Dozens of Students Participate in the Release of Candidates for FP UNUD Graduates

Denpasar, April 19, 2022 – The Faculty of Agriculture, Udayana University held the Release of Candidate Graduates for the April 2022 period which was held at the Auditorium of the Postgraduate Building of Udayana University, Sudirman Campus. The procession of releasing prospective graduates of the Faculty of Agriculture, Udayana University, began with the Sekar Jagat Dance and continued with remarks from Dr. Ir. Ni Luh Kartini, M.S. as Deputy Dean I for Academic Affairs. In his remarks, he said the number of prospective graduates in this period was 38 people. "The quality of graduates from the Faculty of Agriculture UNUD is increasing, marked by an increase in the average GPA of graduates every time," added Dr. Kartini.

Nyoman Bintang Kartika Sari, S.P. as representatives of prospective graduates from the Agroecotechnology Study Program conveyed their messages and impressions while attending lectures at the Faculty of Agriculture, Unud. “During my studies, I gained a lot of experience, both soft skills and hard skills, and we as graduates can open our hearts and follow our inner voices for the purpose of pursuing the next life. The hope is that the Faculty of Agriculture Unud will receive many awards and establish cooperation at home and abroad, and hopefully all graduates of the Faculty of Agriculture, wherever they are, will get the best jobs," he said.

Alumnus of the Faculty of Agriculture, Unud, I Putu Yudhi Arta Wijayakusuma, S.P. also motivate prospective graduates, that graduates of the Faculty of Agriculture must be ready to face life in the transition period between lectures and work, and prepare themselves to enter the world of entrepreneurship and continue to the next level of education.

On this occasion, the Dean of the Faculty of Agriculture, Prof. Dr. Ir. I Nyoman Gede Ustriyana, M.M. Congratulations to all students who are designated as prospective graduates of the Faculty of Agriculture. The release of prospective graduates this time is the first time an offline graduation event has been held since the emergence of Covid-19. “Hopefully graduates of the Faculty of Agriculture will be able to make their alma mater proud, both in the world of education and in the world of work and be able to apply the theory gained during their lectures to the community. Successful graduates are graduates who are able to help and motivate the community," concluded Prof. Ustriyana.