HELD CONFERENCE TO COOPERATE WITH 3 UNIVERSITY INDIA, SOME PRODI UNUD INISIASI PARTNER COOPERATION
Denpasar - Monday, (21/05/2018) at Nusantara Building Agrokompleks Building, Campus Sudirman Denpasar, held Multidisciplinary International Conference on "Innovative Ideas in The Field of Science, Social Sciences and Management". The conference is a collaboration between Udayana University and Shri Jagdishprasad Jhabarmal Tibrewala University in collaboration with J Watumull Sadhubella Girls College and Ulhasnagar (M.S) India and Cultural Forum, Mauritius. Representing the Rector of Unud, the event was opened by Vice Rector for Planning, Cooperation and Information (Vice Rector IV) of Udayana University.
Vice Rector IV of Udayana University, Prof. Dr. I.B. Wyasa Putra, SH., M.Hum said that this event is an initiation from Center for International Programs (CIP) of Unud which aims to share experiences in implementing multidisciplinary as a study material in facing the problems faced by society. One of the problems that came to the fore is the digital industry revolution or the 4.0 industry revolution that is troubling some people because it will be all digital.
It certainly has consequences in the life of a society that has a community life order or a strict social order. Because this digital technology will turn people into individualistic so that the cultural and multidisciplinary approach in the assessment of a problem becomes very important. Through this Conference is expected to be a medium for researchers to present their findings and exchange ideas, ideas and experiences in various fields of science through a collaborative research that led to new ideas.
Chancelor of Shri Jagdishprasad Jhabarmal Tibrewala University, Dr. Vinod Tibrewala said that in the future his side will cooperate further with Udayana University in the field of research. In addition, there is also cooperation in terms of exchange of lecturers and students between the two universities. At the same time the signing of the Memorandum of Initiation (MoI) was signed by various Udayana University Studies Programs. (HM)