ITS Campus, ITS News – Because it is still in a pandemic period, the 123rd Graduation Ceremony of Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS) was again held hybrid (online and offline) for two consecutive days, starting Saturday (10/4). A total of 1,290 graduates were legally declared to have graduated by ITS Rector Prof. Dr. Ir Mochamad Ashari MEng.
In his speech, the Rector, who is usually called Ashari, revealed that this year’s graduation consisted of 1,026 people from Diploma (D3 and D4), Bachelor (S-1), Masters (S-2), and Doctor (S-3) levels. as well as 264 people from the Professional Engineer Program (PPI). “A total of 208 participants from the total graduates successfully graduated cum-laude,” explained the ITS Rector for the 2019-2024 period.
The 123rd graduation ceremony was divided into two sessions over two days. The first session of graduation was attended by 560 graduates from three faculties. Namely the Faculty of Industrial Technology and Systems Engineering (INDYS); Faculty of Civil, Planning, and Geo-Engineering (CIVPLAN); and the Faculty of Electrical and Intelligent Information Technology (ELECTICS). Meanwhile, 730 graduates from four other faculties will attend the second session, Sunday (11/4) tomorrow.
On this occasion, the Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy of the Republic of Indonesia Sandiaga Salahuddin Uno also gave his speech to the ITS graduates. Sandi congratulated on the 123rd ITS Graduation and advised that graduates can participate in advancing the nation’s economy by applying the knowledge they have obtained. “Be a graduate with a character that is smart, trustworthy, and creative,” said Sandi giving his online speech from Sanur, Bali.
Several graduates were noted to be the best graduates from this 123rd Graduation. From the doctoral program, the best graduate was Bramantyo Airlangga from the Chemical Engineering Department with a GPA of 4 or perfect. A perfect GPA was also achieved by Nur Fajar Aprilia Sari from the Civil Engineering Department, who is the best graduate of the master’s program.
Furthermore, from the undergraduate level, the best graduate was assigned to Komang Yogananda Mahaputra Wisna with an almost perfect GPA of 3.93. “This predicate is the result of my hard work during my 3.5 years of study at ITS,” said Komang while giving a short speech at this 123rd graduation ceremony.
Furthermore, appreciation is also given to the youngest to the oldest graduates. The youngest graduate is Brilian Putra Amiruddin from the undergraduate level of the Electrical Engineering study program with the age of 20 years and 1 month and with a GPA of 3.75. While the oldest graduate was Wahju Herijanto from the doctoral level in Civil Engineering study program with an age of 58 years 7 months and obtaining a perfect GPA.
Finally, Vice Secretary-General of ITS Alumni Association (PP IKA) Central Executive Ir Made Suryadana MM advised graduates to be able to distinguish good and bad actions in society later. “Congratulations to the graduates who have completed their studies well and welcome to the real dynamics of life,” he concluded. (pan/ITS Public Relations)
Reporter: Frecia Elrivia Mardianto
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