Minister for Public Housing Urged UMM Graduates to Improve Infrastructures to Make Indonesia Better

Author : Humas | Saturday, August 25, 2018 15:39 WIB

Rector of UMM handed over a photo painting of the Minister for Public Housing the REpublic of Indonesia, Basuki Hadimuljono

 

University of Muhammadiyah Malang (UMM) held the 89th Graduation Ceremony batch III in 2018 on Saturday (25/8). There were 2.153 graduates from Diploma, Undergraduate, Post graduate, Doctoral, and Professional program. The Ministry for Public Housing, Mochamad Basuki Hadimuljono delivered his scientific speech related to the infrastructure development fot the advanced Indonesia. In his speech, Basuki revealed that the government is working very hard to build the country. There are many infrastructure programs designed by the government in order to strengthen the foundation of the development in economics and other fields.

Basuki urged the graduates to take a part in building the country. “I believe that counting on the foundation that we have been building for years, Indonesia will be developed. It depends on our struggles, creativities, and dedication from the youths like you all”.

Basuki said that youth’s duty is not only to make Indonesia better, but also Islam too. “As the biggest Muslim populated country, prove that we can do much for our nations and religion, and we can inspire other Muslim countries. We are qualified to be the leader of Muslim countries and I believe we can”.

Not only sharing motivation, Basuki also revealed some corporate culture of public works and public housing that can inspire the graduates, such as having good attitudes and faith, professionalism, gaining knowledge and having an artistic soul to foster courage. By having these things, the graduates will care about their environment. “37 years ago, I was in your position now. So, 30 years later, you must be here (podium.red) to substitute me, Mr. Malik Fadjar or The Ministry of Education and Culture Muhadjir Effendy. The future of Indonesia is in your hands. This is the time for you to kneel down to the Mother Earth, promise that you will give the best of yours for our Indonesia”.

After delivering his speech, Basuki and Muhadjir Effendy, the Head of UMM Daily Executive Board Malik Fadjar, and the Head of Housing Development Work Unit of the Directorate General of Housing Supply, Bisma Staniarto took a look the location of Student Simple Flat construction in UMM Hospital accompanied by Djoni Dhunaedi as the Director of UMM Hospital.

The construction is fully supported by all parties and is planned to be done on December which three weeks faster than what has been expected. Basuki put the first stone as a symbol that the construction will officially start. In his speech, Basuki said that the quality of education has to be continuously improved along with the sustainable development. UMM has implemented that. “We have to support this because this is our achievement. The quality of educational infrastructure is good including this that is going to be built”.

This is the third (3rd) flats owned by UMM which the type 24 consisting of four floors for 196 students. Meanwhile, Rector of UMM Fauzan conveyed that the graduates of this batch III have been trained both skills and non-skills. They are able to take a role in society and compete with others. “This is a start to compete in the global world”. (UMM Public Relations)

University of Muhammadiyah Malang (UMM) held the 89th Graduation Ceremony batch III in 2018 on Saturday (25/8). There were 2.153 graduates from Diploma, Undergraduate, Post graduate, Doctoral, and Professional program. The Ministry for Public Housing, Mochamad Basuki Hadimuljono delivered his scientific speech related to the infrastructure development fot the advanced Indonesia. In his speech, Basuki revealed that the government is working very hard to build the country. There are many infrastructure programs designed by the government in order to strengthen the foundation of the development in economics and other fields.

Basuki urged the graduates to take a part in building the country. “I believe that counting on the foundation that we have been building for years, Indonesia will be developed. It depends on our struggles, creativities, and dedication from the youths like you all”.

Basuki said that youth’s duty is not only to make Indonesia better, but also Islam too. “As the biggest Muslim populated country, prove that we can do much for our nations and religion, and we can inspire other Muslim countries. We are qualified to be the leader of Muslim countries and I believe we can”.

Not only sharing motivation, Basuki also revealed some corporate culture of public works and public housing that can inspire the graduates, such as having good attitudes and faith, professionalism, gaining knowledge and having an artistic soul to foster courage. By having these things, the graduates will care about their environment. “37 years ago, I was in your position now. So, 30 years later, you must be here (podium.red) to substitute me, Mr. Malik Fadjar or The Ministry of Education and Culture Muhadjir Effendy. The future of Indonesia is in your hands. This is the time for you to kneel down to the Mother Earth, promise that you will give the best of yours for our Indonesia”.

After delivering his speech, Basuki and Muhadjir Effendy, the Head of UMM Daily Executive Board Malik Fadjar, and the Head of Housing Development Work Unit of the Directorate General of Housing Supply, Bisma Staniarto took a look the location of Student Simple Flat construction in UMM Hospital accompanied by Djoni Dhunaedi as the Director of UMM Hospital.

The construction is fully supported by all parties and is planned to be done on December which three weeks faster than what has been expected. Basuki put the first stone as a symbol that the construction will officially start. In his speech, Basuki said that the quality of education has to be continuously improved along with the sustainable development. UMM has implemented that. “We have to support this because this is our achievement. The quality of educational infrastructure is good including this that is going to be built”.

This is the third (3rd) flats owned by UMM which the type 24 consisting of four floors for 196 students. Meanwhile, Rector of UMM Fauzan conveyed that the graduates of this batch III have been trained both skills and non-skills. They are able to take a role in society and compete with others. “This is a start to compete in the global world”. (UMM Public Relations)

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