NTB Manpower and Transmigration Office releases 80 apprentices to Japan :Indonesia

UI is concerned about the violence experienced by Ade Armando  Depok (ANTARA) - The University of Indonesia (UI) regrets and is concerned about the violence experienced by a lecturer at the UI Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Ade Armando, during a student protest in front of the MPR/DPR Building on Monday, April 11, 2022.  " We hope that the violence experienced by Ade Armando can be immediately handled by the authorities. We completely leave the settlement of this case to the applicable legal mechanism, "said Head of the UI Public Relations and Public Information Openness Bureau (KIP), Dra. Amelita Lucia, M.Sc. CPR in a written statement in Depok, Tuesday.   Amelita said UI respects differences of opinion and upholds freedom of expression. Expressing aspirations through demonstrations is something that is allowed and regulated by the laws of the Republic of Indonesia.  "Protests must be carried out in compliance with applicable laws and regulations," he said.  Meanwhile, the Dean of the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, University of Indonesia (FISIP UI) Semiarto Aji Purwanto, said he was concerned and gave his full attention to the case of beating Dr Ade Armando.  "As a permanent lecturer at the Department of Communication Science, FISIP UI, his benefit is our concern," said Semiarto Aji Purwanto from the official Instagram account @fisip_ui.  According to him, even though his presence and statements are in the personal realm concerned.  "We as the leaders of FISIP UI expect the attention and efforts of law enforcement to handle this beating case properly," he said.  Previously, a lecturer at the University of Indonesia, Ade Armando, was persecuted by a mob during a demonstration in front of the Indonesian Parliament building, Monday.  Ade was persecuted by a group of people who allegedly were not from the student group. He was abused until he fell to the asphalt and even the trousers he was wearing were missing.  Ade also tried to protect his head and body while falling to the ground when he received the crowd's fury.  Ade was then evacuated to a safer place. Until now, the condition of the masses in front of the DPR RI building is still not conducive.  The Head of the Public Relations Division of the National Police Inspector General Pol Dedi Prasetyo confirmed that the case of the beating of social media activist Ade Armando during the April 11 demonstration at the Indonesian Parliament Building, Jakarta, Monday, will be investigated, while anyone involved will be prosecuted.  He said the case would be handled by Polda Metro Jaya as the regional police who secure the demonstration road. "It will be handled by Polda Metro Jaya. Anyone proven to have committed a criminal act will be processed," said Dedi.

Mataram (ANTARA) - The Head of the West Nusa Tenggara Manpower and Transmigration Service (Disnakertrans) Gde Putu Aryadi released the departure of 80 participants of the internship program to Japan.

Gde Putu Aryadi reminded the interns to imitate or imitate the alumni of the internship program to Japan who on average had become successful people upon their return from Japan.

"Japanese apprentice alumni are now a lot of success, because from an early age they were forged with a disciplined attitude and diligent in working. Discipline and honesty are the basic capital for success," he said in a written statement received in Mataram, Tuesday.

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He said the internship program in Japan has a number of advantages over other internship programs. In addition to gaining knowledge and work experience to form professional competent human resources, also during the internship process, the Japanese government provides pocket money and also business capital, so it is very helpful in terms of costs.

Therefore, he hopes that all participants will always maintain a good name by showing discipline.

"Keep your attitude, keep your character, and keep your faith," he said.
Aryadi also said that the purpose of going to Japan was not only to gain knowledge, seek experience and add insight or just learn to communicate and interact with the outside world. But more than that, being an ambassador for the nation brings good news about Indonesia and the charm of NTB in the international community.

He appreciated BNI for facilitating in the form of providing KUR related to financing. This KUR relieves the cost of departure.

"They leave with KUR, I hope they really work. Once they leave, they must pray and be optimistic. Believe you will succeed. Don't waste this opportunity," he said .

The NTB Information and Statistics Communications (Kominfotik) asked the district and city governments to continue to oversee the apprenticeship process, so that unwanted things do not happen.

"Departures abroad regardless of the form, whether you want an internship or become a CPMI must follow the procedure," he said.

Chairman of the Bali Private Job Training Institute (LPKS) Tosha Lombok Kochi Abdurahman said this activity could set an example for other LPKS-LPKS in the future.

"Thank God, 'job orders' continue to come in. Hopefully in the future this LPKS will be more popular at the national level and more popular in Japan," said Abdurahman.

He hopes that the apprentices to Japan will be able to maintain a good name by showing their work ethic.

UI is concerned about the violence experienced by Ade Armando

Depok (ANTARA) - The University of Indonesia (UI) regrets and is concerned about the violence experienced by a lecturer at the UI Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Ade Armando, during a student protest in front of the MPR/DPR Building on Monday, April 11, 2022.

" We hope that the violence experienced by Ade Armando can be immediately handled by the authorities. We completely leave the settlement of this case to the applicable legal mechanism, "said Head of the UI Public Relations and Public Information Openness Bureau (KIP), Dra. Amelita Lucia, M.Sc. CPR in a written statement in Depok, Tuesday.


Amelita said UI respects differences of opinion and upholds freedom of expression. Expressing aspirations through demonstrations is something that is allowed and regulated by the laws of the Republic of Indonesia.

"Protests must be carried out in compliance with applicable laws and regulations," he said.

Meanwhile, the Dean of the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, University of Indonesia (FISIP UI) Semiarto Aji Purwanto, said he was concerned and gave his full attention to the case of beating Dr Ade Armando.

"As a permanent lecturer at the Department of Communication Science, FISIP UI, his benefit is our concern," said Semiarto Aji Purwanto from the official Instagram account @fisip_ui.

According to him, even though his presence and statements are in the personal realm concerned.

"We as the leaders of FISIP UI expect the attention and efforts of law enforcement to handle this beating case properly," he said.

Previously, a lecturer at the University of Indonesia, Ade Armando, was persecuted by a mob during a demonstration in front of the Indonesian Parliament building, Monday.

Ade was persecuted by a group of people who allegedly were not from the student group. He was abused until he fell to the asphalt and even the trousers he was wearing were missing.

Ade also tried to protect his head and body while falling to the ground when he received the crowd's fury.

Ade was then evacuated to a safer place. Until now, the condition of the masses in front of the DPR RI building is still not conducive.

The Head of the Public Relations Division of the National Police Inspector General Pol Dedi Prasetyo confirmed that the case of the beating of social media activist Ade Armando during the April 11 demonstration at the Indonesian Parliament Building, Jakarta, Monday, will be investigated, while anyone involved will be prosecuted.

He said the case would be handled by Polda Metro Jaya as the regional police who secure the demonstration road. "It will be handled by Polda Metro Jaya. Anyone proven to have committed a criminal act will be processed," said Dedi.

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