Palangkaraya Christian University Visit to the Faculty of Engineering, Udayana University:
The visit of Palangkaraya Christian University to the Faculty of Engineering, Udayana University, Bukit Jimbaran Campus On July 29, 2022, the Faculty of Engineering, Udayana University, Bukit Jimbaran Campus received a visit from Palangkaraya Christian University. The purpose of visiting Palangkaraya Christian University itself is to open up so that students can see what tourism potentials can be adopted. Palangkaraya Christian University itself is said to consist of 4 faculties, including the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences (FISIP), the Faculty of Animal Husbandry, the Faculty of Fisheries, and the Faculty of Engineering.
During his visit, Palangkaraya Christian University held discussions on several things, including the plan to move the capital city to East Kalimantan, about cultural customs in Bali and technological advances. From the Faculty of Engineering, Udayana University also added that "we can survive from foreign influences, between religion and culture must be united. How culture supports how religion takes place and religion is also related to religion, such as how to dress, customs of gotong royong”. On the sidelines of the discussion, the Faculty of Engineering, Udayana University also added that in improving an area it is necessary to promote that needs to be improved and highlight the special side of the area. So that it can be seen more and it is also necessary to arrange the construction as found in the construction of Besakih Temple which is the largest temple in Bali, Karangasem.
The Deputy Dean III of the Faculty of Engineering, Udayana University also gave several responses regarding several questions that were asked to the Faculty of Engineering, Udayana University, one of which was tips so that students of the Faculty of Engineering could graduate on time "to graduate on time it should be very possible because there is MBKM, we respond regarding internship activities which will be converted to 20 credits. In the internship report, there will be 1 chapter that discusses the final project. In addition, many activities carried out by students can be recognized, for example, the Ormawa PPK can be converted into 20 credits”.