Graduation Ceremony of UNSRAT Period IV
Friday, June 02, 2017 3:15 PM 596 Activity
Manado, 02-06-2017 - Graduation Doctor, Masters, PPDSp-1, graduate and graduate period IV of Sam Ratulangi University held on Thursday, 18 May 2017 at Auditorium Unsrat run well.
The graduation ceremony was attended by UNSRAT Professors, Faculty Leaders and Invited Guests consisting of Leaders of government institutions and parents / guardians of prospective graduates and graduates.
In the event the Rector of the University of Sam Ratulangi Prof. Dr. Ir. Ellen Joan Kumaat M.Sc DEA in his speech: The graduation ceremony with the number of participants of 789 various strata is one of the form of accountability of universities in educating the nation's children into a reliable human resource. What makes a person successful is not a piece of certified paper that is gained at the end, but a long way that makes a person more competent, tough and innovative.
The diploma is important, but not only to the administrative domain or social status alone. In need of innovative sensitivity to create new jobs.
Competition of the working world requires more real evidence through relevant competencies, professional behavior and innovation ability ".
Rector also hopes that these graduates are no longer stuck in the conventional paradigm, but must dare to think outside the box by making new breakthroughs according to the needs of the growing world community.
Present also gave a speech, the Governor of North Sulawesi represented by Head of Education Office of North Sulawesi Asiano Gemmy Kawatu said: Human Resources is a very important source in moving the wheel of development.
The governor expects the new graduates and graduates to immediately actualize themselves and optimize the potential they have in the world of work. In the future, it is expected that Unsrat academic community will be able to anticipate changes in curriculum and object of study in implementation, quality improvement and quantity of teaching, simplification and administrative effectiveness and improvement of learning facilities and infrastructure. "