ITS Campus, ITS News – To improve the quality of human resources (HR) while carrying out national health insurance studies, the Health Social Security Administration (BPJS Kesehatan) opens career opportunities for students of Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS). In order to support this aim, ITS signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with BPJS Health on Friday (9/9) at the Main Meeting Room, ITS Rectorate Building Floor 1.
This collaboration, signed directly by ITS Chancellor Prof Dr Ir Mochamad Ashari MEng IPU AEng and BPJS Health Director of Human Resources and General Dr Andi Afdal, focuses on developing the resources of the two institutions, particularly in the fields of innovation research and national health insurance studies. “Studies can include seminars, symposia, workshops, comparative studies, and field studies conducted by both parties,” Dr. Andi Afdal explained.
Andi also added that improving the competence of human resources is one of them by introducing the world of work through internship programs for both students and alumni of ITS. “We open recruitment and selection of HR for ITS students as BPJS Health employees,” he said.
On the same occasion, BPJS Kesehatan Director of Technology and Information, Ir Edwin Aristiawan explained that there are two apprenticeship lines, type A and type B. Internship type A is specifically for ITS students in their final year and alumni with a one-year internship period. Meanwhile, type B internships are internships in collaboration between BPJS Health and Ministries/Institutions such as Certified Independent Studies and Internships (MSIB) in the Merdeka Learning Campus Merdeka (MBKM) program.
Edwin revealed that although BPJS Kesehatan focuses on public health, the role of students from this engineering study program is also very much needed in the field of health technology research and innovation. “One of the departments at ITS, Health Technology, is a study program that is also needed at this time,” said this ITS Electrical Engineering alumnus.
Finally, ITS Chancellor Prof. Dr. Ir Mochamad Ashari MEng IPU AEng welcomed the collaboration between these two institutions. The Chancellor, usually called Ashari, hopes this collaboration will create synergy between the two parties in developing human resources nationally. “Hopefully, this synergy can bring better changes for both parties and Indonesia,” he hoped. (ITS PR)
Reporter: Frecia Elrivia Mardianto
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