Faculty of Engineering, Udayana University Degree Extortion After the Renovation of the DE and DG Buildings
The Faculty of Engineering, Udayana University, held a funeral ceremony after the renovation of the DE and DG lecture buildings on Monday, 20 February 2023 to coincide with Tilem Sasih Day Kaulu. This ceremony is part of a series of quests for Rsi Gana carried out by University in a new building that has been completed or post-renovation centered at the Dental and Oral Hospital of Udayana University. The activities coordinated by each faculty are aimed at purifying and cleaning post-graduate buildings development in a noetic way according to the beliefs of Hindus, especially in Bali.
The existence of this renovation makes the existing facilities in the DE and DG Buildings to be better. The funds disbursed were used to carry out scale renovations minor namely painting and replacing windows and doors so that when used on this academic year the building is in good condition and makes the learning process comfortable. "Once in a while, it is certainly expected that students will be comfortable in doing learning, the environment becomes neatly arranged and abstractly the vibrations of the abstraction get better and will affect students' minds in conducting learning.”, Said Dr. Ir. I Ketut Gede Sugita, MT. as deputy dean II of the Faculty of Engineering, Udayana University in Her interview (20/7/23).
The DG building is one of the buildings currently receiving funds for renovations has 4 small-scale lecture halls for a maximum of 30 people and a large-scale lecture hall which can accommodate up to 50 people under the auspices of the industrial engineering study program. Coordinator of the Industrial Engineering Study Program, Faculty of Engineering, Udayana University, Dr. Child Agung Istri Agung Sri Komaladewi, ST, MT was very happy because he had been facilitated under renovation of DG Building. “Personally I am happy because this building has facilitated has been renovated by the Faculty. Of course, it is hoped that in the future learning activities will be carried out become better and more comfortable”, he said when interviewed (20/7/23).