Bantul – For the graduates to be alumni who are creative and innovative to be able to create solutions to solve the problems faced by the Nation, especially in health aspect, to implement and to apply the knowledge you got from the academic years to help and serve the society, as it was said by the Chairman of Stikes ‘Aisyiyah Yogyakarta, Warsiti, in a graduation celebration over 835 graduates, which was help in Sportorium UMY Yogyakarta, also for a celebration of Stikes ‘Aisyiyah for B accreditation acquired from BadanAkreditasiNasionalPerguruanTinggi (BAN-PT) on Tuesday (8/19).
The alumni, Warsiti continued, were also expected to be the leader and the cadre of Muhammadiyah/’Aisyiyah Institution who would always firmly hold the teaching of amarma’rufnahimunkar through the profession in midwifery and nursing. “Be alumni who will always be the ambassador of Stikes in each of your area, firmly hold and strengthen Stikes ‘Aisyiyah,” Warsiti said.
STIKES 'Aisyiyah Yogyakarta Accredited B
SekolahTinggiIlmuKesehatan 'Aisyiyah Yogyakarta acquired B for accreditation from BadanAkreditasiNasionalPerguruanTinggi (BAN PT). This was as decided by BAN PT through document number 245/SK/BAN-PT/Akred/PT/VII/2014.
Based on a source from BAN PT for the Higher Education Institution on Medicine in Yogyakarta or KOPERTIS Wilayah V, Stikes ‘Aisyiyah was the only institution that applied for accreditation of Higher Education Institution (institusiperguruantinggi (AIPT) and acquired B for its accreditation. Furthermore, in national level, out of nine university of medicine, which applied for AIPT, Stikes ‘Aisyiyah Yogyakarta was the only one that held rank B (Baik/Good)?
According to the Chairman of Stikes 'Aisyiyah Yogyakarta, Warsiti, this B rank was acquired through the cooperation from all parties such as the higher-ups, lecturers, faculty members, students, alumni, and the employers. Furthermore, Warsiti said that this achievement became the real proof that Stikes ‘Aisyiyah Yogyakarta whole-heartedly worked hard in the management of this higher education institution and were willing to produce graduates who were expert and professional in health care and who were able to survive in the global competence, but still firmly held on the values of Qur’an. (dzar)