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Presenting the First Drive-Thru Graduation, ITS Inaugurates 3,343 Graduates

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Lukman Ali, wisudawan dari Departemen Manajemen Bisnis yang hadir secara drive thru dengan mengendarai motor listrik ITS GESITS pada Wisuda ke-124 ITS

Lukman Ali, a graduate from the Department of Business Management who attended the drive-thru graduation with ITS GESITS electric motorcycle at the 124th ITS Graduation

ITS Campus, ITS News –  Although the number of Covid-19 in Indonesia has decreased, the Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS) will continue to hold the 124th Graduation procession hybrid (online and offline) for four days in the next two weeks, starting Saturday (2 /10). Unlike the previous hybrid graduations, this time, ITS also presented an offline graduation drive-thru for the first time with strict health protocols (prokes) and took place in the courtyard of the ITS Rectorate Building.

In his remarks, ITS Rector Prof. Dr. Ir Mochamad Ashari MEng revealed that the 124th Graduation ceremony was quite different from the previous hybrid graduations because the certificates were handed over online and by a drive-thru for qualified candidates graduates. “The graduation procession this time felt special because it was the first time the drive-thru graduation was held at ITS,” he said.

Graduates who can take part in the drive-thru graduation must live in the Gerbangkertosusila area (Gresik, Bangkalan, Mojokerto, Surabaya, Sidoarjo, and Lamongan). Graduates must also fill out a registration form in advance to get a sequence code pasted on the vehicle’s front.

Penyerahan ijazah langsung dari Rektor ITS Prof Dr Ir Mochamad Ashari MEng kepada Johanes Randy dari Departemen Desain Komunikasi Visual pada Wisuda ke-124 ITS secara drive thru

Handing over of diplomas directly from ITS Chancellor Prof. Dr. Ir Mochamad Ashari MEng to Johanes Randy from the Visual Communication Design Department at the ITS 124th Graduation by the drive-thru

The vehicle will run according to the specified route and enter the diploma submission area in the ITS Rectorate building yard according to the serial number of the call. When handing over the diploma directly, only graduates are allowed to get off the vehicle. “Graduates who have completed the drive-thru graduation procession are expected to return to their respective homes,” the ITS Chancellor for the 2019-2024 period appealed.

At the 124th ITS Graduation, a total of 3,343 graduates were inaugurated by the ITS Chancellor consisting of Diploma (D3 and D4 or Applied Bachelor), Bachelor (S-1), Master (S-2), and Doctoral (S-3) levels. . “A total of 949 of them graduated with cum laude predicate,” said the rector who is familiarly called Ashari proudly.

Because there is quite a lot of graduates, the 124th Graduation procession is divided into four days. The first day of graduation was attended by 839 graduates from the Faculty of Civil, Planning, and Earth Engineering (FTSPK) and the Faculty of Creative Design and Digital Business (FDKBD). “231 graduates attended the first day of the drive-thru graduation,” said the ITS Professor of Electrical Engineering.

Wisudawan dari Departemen Perencanaan Wilayah dan Kota ITS R Aj Mutia Arih Maharani Ridwan yang mengikuti Wisuda ITS ke-124 secara daring

A graduate of the ITS Urban and Regional Planning Department R Aj Mutia Arih Maharani Ridwan who attended the 124th ITS Graduation online

Continued on Sunday (3/10) tomorrow, the second graduation session will be attended by 872 graduates from the Faculty of Electrical Technology and Intelligent Information Technology (FTEIC) and the Faculty of Science and Data Analytics (FSAD). The third day of graduation will be held on Saturday (9/10) next week and will be attended by 919 graduates from the Vocational Faculty (FV) and the Faculty of Marine Technology (FTK). For 713 graduates from two other faculties, the Faculty of Industrial Technology and Systems Engineering (FTIRS), held on Sunday (10/10).

Several graduates were noted to have succeeded in becoming the best graduates at this 124th Graduation. The best graduate from the Doctoral program was Yang Ratri Savitri from the Civil Engineering Department with a GPA of 3.97. Rizki Hari Kurniawan from the Department of Geomatics Engineering has also attained the same GPA of 3.97 as the best graduate of the Master’s program. Davin Atmaja Lookman achieved the best graduate from the Bachelor program from the Civil Engineering Department with a GPA of 3.88.

Appreciation was also given to the 124th Graduation participants from the youngest to the oldest. The youngest graduate was Recha Fryza Nur Anjani from the Bachelor’s degree in the Architecture study program at 20 years and four months with a 3.58 GPA. At the same time, the oldest graduate was achieved by Hendrata Wibisana from the Doctoral level of the Civil Engineering study program, who graduated at the age of 55 years and ten months with a GPA of 3.88.

Wisudawati yang turun dari kendaraan saat akan melakukan prosesi wisuda drive thru pada Wisuda ke-124 ITS

A graduate that got off of a car to hold the drive-thru graduation procession at the 124th Graduation of ITS

At the end of his presentation, Ashari delivered three particular messages to all participants of the 124th Graduation. The first message is that graduation is not the final step in life’s goals. “It’s the beginning of life in the real world of the community, so use the competencies obtained from campus as well as possible,” he said.

Secondly, build a reputation with four main characters: honest, trustworthy, good communication, and intelligent. “Have ethics in living a social and professional life,” Ashari continued.

The last message is that graduates are always expected to update their knowledge, learn to think creatively, and act innovatively. “This achievement should bring blessings to the graduates themselves and the entire Indonesian community,” he finished encouraging all the graduates. (FR/ITS Public Relations)

Reporter: Frecia Elrivia Mardianto

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