DTTL ITS new students when listening to the explanation from the crew of KM Logistik Nusantara 4 regarding the parts of the ship in VSOB on Wednesday (30/9)
ITS Campus, Seatrans News — Department of Marine Transportation Engineering (DTTL) ITS through the DTTL Student Association (Himaseatrans) in collaboration with PT PELNI invites new students to travel around the ship virtually. Taking place through an online conference on Wednesday (30/9), the crew of KM Logistik Nusantara 4 greeted DTTL students through the Virtual Study On Board (VSOB) program.
VSOB title which is specifically for students from the department nicknamed Seatrans is the first time. “I am grateful to PT PELNI for organizing VSOB, for supporting us to provide a study experience on board even though it has to be done online,” welcomed the Head of DTTL, Dr.-Ing. Ir. Setyo Nugroho started the online meeting.
Field trip activities both to the ship and to the company at the beginning of the semester has become an annual activity for DTTL new students. “Himaseatrans itself usually conducts company visit activities directly to the field at the beginning of the semester through cooperation with certain companies,” said Rudi Haryanto, Chairman of Himaseatrans. However, the occurrence of the Covid-19 pandemic requires a change of concept into an online activity.
The crew of KM Logistik Nusantara 4 explained each part of the ship directly to its DTTL New Students
In this event, added Rudi, students were introduced to the parts of the ship complete with everything in it, ranging from the bow, deck, cabin, engine room, to the bridge. Guided directly by PT PELNI Management Trainee, Muhammad Yasir, the ship’s captain and the nauseous gave a detailed explanation in each section and discussed directly with the students.
Seeing the enthusiasm of the new students in VSOB this time, Rudi hopes to provide broader insights, not only about the ship itself, but also the world of maritime and marine technology. “Hopefully, the new students get new knowledge and get an injection of spirit to start their studies,” concluded Rudi. (ifr/Public Relations Seatrans)
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