|Seizing the dream together, five of judge candidates graduate from UMM. (from left to right) Risky Fajar Sani interns in Religious Court of Sukamara, Ari Ferdinansyah (Religious Court of OKUT South Sulawesi0, Mi’rajun Nashihin (Religious Court of Talu, West Sumatra), Rendra Widyakso (Gorontalo Religious Court), Zulkarnaini (Sharia Court of Southeast Aceh)|
Program Studi (Prodi) Syariah Fakultas Agama Islam Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang (FAI UMM) berhasil meloloskan 7 alumninya jadi calon hakim pada Penerimaan Calon Hakim (Cakim) yang digelar Kementrian Pendayagunaan Aparatur Negara dan Reformasi Birokrasi (Kemenpan BR) bekerjasama dengan Badan Kepegawaian Negara (BKN) dan Mahkamah Agung. Kabar baik itu disampaikan Ketua Prodi Syariah, Idaul Hasanah, S.Ag, M.HI, Kamis (24/5).
Sharia study program Faculty of Islamic Studies University of Muhammadiyah Malang (FAI UMM) passed its 7 graduates to be judge candidates held by the Ministry of Ministry of Administrative Reform and Bureaucracy Reform (Kemenpan BR) in cooperation with State Personnel Board (BKN) ) and the Supreme Court. This good news was confirmed by the Head of Sharia study program, Idaul Hasanah, S.Ag, M.HI on Thursday (24/5). Ida said, “Judges are civil servants as well as the state officials according to the regulation of Supreme Court number 2 of 2011 about the Acceptance of Judges”.
They are Mi'rajun Nashihin, Zulkarnaini, Risky Fajar Sani, M. Khusnul Khuluq, Ari Ferdinansyah, Khoirunnisa' Putri and Rendra Widyakso who passed the selection process. Since last February, they followed the pre-service training with other 1.577 candidates in Supreme Court Center, Megamendung, Bogor.
One of the candidates, Rendra Widyakso revealed that all candidates have passed the selection processes in two stages, which are basic skill test by using Computer Assisted Test (CAT) and Field ability test according to what field they are interested in. At the first stage, they were lso tested the knowledge about nationality. Rendra explained, “The materials are civil code, civil law procedures, criminal code, criminal law procedures, psychology test, interview, and reading yellow book”. Rendra who was the best graduate of UMM got summa cumlaude by taking two study programs (Sharia and Law) with GPA 3.96 for Sharia and 3.91 for Law. “Once, my mother said that if I cannot be the best graduate, my parents would not come to my graduation ceremony”. Rendra who was born 25 years ago in Jember knew for sure that her mom was just joking, but her words motivated him to do the best he could. By being the best graduate, Rendra currently is doing his internship in Gorontalo Religious Court Class 2. He wanted to prove that he can be active both in non-academic and academic. He said, “I want to dispel the assumption that an activist usually takes more time to graduate or never be the best. I want to be a role model for my juniors”. (lus)