Rector of Unud Inaugurates Head of General Bureau and Head of BPKU Udayana University

The Rector of Udayana University (Unud), Prof.Dr.Ir. I Nyoman Gde Antara, M.Eng.,IPU., officially inaugurated two Bureau Heads at Udayana University, which were centered in Nusantara Room, Unud Agrocomplex Building, Sudirman Campus, Denpasar. This inauguration was held in a hybrid manner, namely online and offline by implementing strict health protocols, Tuesday (31/8/2021).

The inauguration ceremony began with the reading of the Decree of the Minister of Education, Culture, Research and Technology regarding the appointment of the Head of the Unud Planning and Finance Bureau (BPKU) and the Head of the Unud General Bureau. Two Bureau officials who were appointed, namely Drs. I Komang Signen as the Head of the Planning and Finance Bureau of Unud and Ni Made Pertami Susilawati SE., MM as the Head of the General Bureau of Unud.

Rector of Unud Prof.Dr.Ir. I Nyoman Gde Antara, M.Eng.,IPU., said that the inauguration of these two officials was to fill the vacant positions of the two vacant bureau heads that were previously filled by the Acting Officer.

With the inauguration of these two Bureau Heads, the Rector hopes that both of them can carry out their duties and work more optimally in accordance with the tasks of the bureaus they occupy, both related to the handling and management of facilities and infrastructure, Human Resources, implementation procedures and also related to planning. "In addition, it is also related to changes in the budget and the implementation of financial management," he said.

With the existence of these two definitive officials, the Rector hopes that the services in Unud, both to lecturers and students, will take place better. With the inauguration of these two officials, there are currently 4 Bureau Heads at Udayana University who are definitively inaugurated and able to carry out their duties. "In the future, we hope that there will be improvements internally, not only for educators, but also for education staff. We will continue to improve, so that HR career development can be sustainable with the hope that there will be no more Acting Officers serving in the Bureau," he hoped.