FKIP – Academic, Research, and Student Affairs Faculty of Teacher Training and Education (FKIP) Sebelas Maret University (UNS) Surakarta held a Poster Competition for the Merdeka Learning Program Merdeka Campus (MBKM) which was followed by every study program at FKIP UNS. Announced on Tuesday (10/5/2022), the S-1 Early Childhood Education Teacher Education Study Program (PG-PAUD) was declared the 1st place winner with a score of 94.66.
Following the PG-PAUD S-1 Study Program, the Counseling Guidance (BK) S-1 Study Program managed to get 2nd place with a score of 85.46. Meanwhile, the 3rd place winner in this competition was obtained by the Surakarta Elementary School Teacher Education Study Program (PGSD) with a score of 85.32.
Met by a team of journalists from fkip.uns.ac.id after attending the Grand Final Selection of Outstanding Students (Pilmapres) FKIP UNS 2022, Wednesday (11/5/2022) night, Prof. Slamet Subiyantoro, M.Pd. as the Deputy Dean for Academic, Research, and Student Affairs FKIP UNS congratulated the winners.
“We, on behalf of the leadership of FKIP UNS, would like to congratulate you on the recognition and awards received by the study program in this competition. Congratulations on your hard work in preparing to take part in the competition process. We also express our gratitude for the enthusiasm of all study programs in the MBKM Program Poster Competition. Hopefully, the results received will be a benchmark for the preparation of the MBKM Program in the future,” said Prof. Slamet.
On that occasion, Prof. Slamet also explained the purpose of the MBKM Program Poster Competition. Meanwhile, the goal is to encourage study programs at FKIP UNS to participate in and succeed in the MBKM program.
“This competition is held to give the enthusiasm to study programs at FKIP in preparing the MBKM program. In addition, this competition also aims to encourage study programs to participate in and succeed in the MBKM program. They can collaborate with outside parties and invite their students to participate in the MBKM program because this is one way to improve the main performance indicators to support UNS towards a World Class University,” explained Prof. Slamet.
At the end of the interview session, Prof. Slamet advised each study program at FKIP UNS to be responsive to their students regarding the MBKM program. He also asked each study program to prepare and participate in the program as well as possible.
“In the future, the study program must be responsive to complaints and questions related to the MBKM program submitted by students. Study Programs must prepare and participate in this program as best they can. Considering that each study program has a recognition team formed, they must make a clear program design. Also, improve coordination in study programs,” said Prof. Slamet.
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