|Prof. Dr. Ishomuddin, M.Sc. is showing the MURI charter that he received recently. (Photo: Mirza / PR)|
The academic community of the University of Muhammadiyah Malang (UMM) should be proud because one of the professors, Prof. Dr. Ishomuddin, M.Sc., received a prestigious award from the Indonesian World Record Museum (MURI) as the owner of the most Intellectual Property Rights (HKI) in Indonesia which was 100 IPRs. He recorded a record far surpassing the acquisition of MURI with a similar category which was only 35 IPRs.
Actually, the man who was also crowned as an outstanding lecturer in 2017 has 120 lists of IPRs. But he chose to round it into 100 when registering his acquisition. "The result of those thoughts must be disseminated so that their usefulness extends. I dedicate this record entirely to the University of Muhammadiyah Malang, "he said.
Books and journals according to him were not the only things that should always be proud of. An educator must be able to do more than ordinary ones. When asked about the process of producing a lot of IPR, Ishomuddin recounted his routine activities. "Since finished ashar time until twelve o'clock at night, I am in front of the laptop while reading and exploring various things," he said.
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That sincerity drove him to the door of success. For Ishomuddin, the things he did were habits. In addition, patients in processing that were not short was key. For him, educators not only teach but more than that. "Equipping yourself with reading and research is an obligation for me so that when delivering knowledge it is truly objective," he said.
According to Ishomuddin, when choosing a profession in the field of education to be done, he considered it necessary to be accompanied by a serious and focused attitude. This is what will bring blessings because they carry out sincerely every task. So, the material will follow behind seriousness. "Success is not because it's smart, it's a good routine that determines. You just want to run or not," he said.
Ishomuddinhad the principle that sustenance and knowledge were so closely united. Knowledge will glorify whoever gets it. They were the glory of life, social glory and glory in the benefit of others. Sustenance was material abundance will follow after knowledge was obtained. "Educators must continue to work and be useful," said the lecturer who studied the sociology of Islamic society. (Win)