Rector of Unud Receives Audience of Leaders and Deputy Leaders of the Division of Institutional Relations-2 and Head of Regional BNI Bali Nusra Regional Office
Rector of Unud Prof. I Nyoman Gde Antara accompanied by the Vice Rector for Academic Affairs received an audience of Leaders and Deputy Leaders of the Division of Institutional Relations-2 as well as the Head of Regional BNI for Bali, NTB and NTT Regional Offices and their ranks at the Jimbaran Campus Rectorate Building, Thursday (30/9/2021).
The Head of the Division of Institutional Relations-2, Arya Prajaka, through this opportunity congratulated the 59th Anniversary, and expressed his appreciation for the support of Unud and BNI ready to accommodate Unud's needs. In the future, BNI will begin to focus on the campus ecosystem, so that there are many things that can be collaborated with both employee management and student programs. BNI also has digital ambassadors to support programs from the Ministry of Education and Culture. In addition, BNI is also ready to accept internship students from Unud by following the current SOP. This excellent synergy is expected if there is input to be submitted directly to the leadership of BNI.
Rector of Unud Prof. I Nyoman Gde Antara in the meeting expressed his appreciation to BNI for the cooperation that has been established so far. Furthermore, the Rector said that he had a desire to change the appearance of the campus into an integrated education ecosystem, where so far the locations of the faculties are still scattered, so it cannot be optimal. All undergraduate courses will be withdrawn to the hill campus and will be prepared by the Dean for the Faculties who were previously in Denpasar. To support this, there will also be a dormitory with a capacity of 6000 rooms, a lecture building and a campus restaurant to liven up the campus atmosphere. BNI is expected to support one of these implementations. In addition, in the MBKM program, BNI leaders can participate in teaching on campus and this will become a point for the campus, namely that there are other industries/institutions that come to campus to share knowledge. In the future, it is hoped that the recruitment process for BNI staff can be carried out through Udayana University as well as cooperation in improving the educational competence of BNI staff.