IPB holds a MODI for non-PNS permanent lecturers

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Prof. Agus Purwito, Vice-Chancellor for Resources, Planning, and Finance at IPB, non-PNS lecturers are assets on the campus.(photo: Prive. Doc)

IO, Bogor – Directorate of Human Resources at IPB (Bogor Institute of Agriculture) held the Orientation Period of IPB Lecturers (MODI) or the Orientation Period for Non-Civil Servants (PNS) IPB Batch II until 11 October 2019 at the Baranangsiang Campus in Bogor.

MODI at IPB was joined by 48 non-PNS participants consisting of 13 lecturers from the Business School and 35 from the Vocational School. This activity was attended by the Vice-Chancellor for Resources, Planning, and Finance, Prof. Agus Purwito; Dean of the Vocational School, Dr. Arief Daryanto; Dean of the School of Business, Prof. Noer Azam Achsani; Director of Human Resources, Dr. Titik Sumarti; and Deputy Dean of Resources, Cooperation and Development of Vocational Schools, Dr. Wawan Oktariza.

The Vice-Chancellor for Resources, Planning, and Finance, Prof. Agus Purwito, said that the purpose of this MODI was to train prospective non-PNS lecturers about their rights and obligations as permanent non-PNS IPB lecturers and also to know what IPB was doing in the future.

“IPB is proud to accept non-PNS permanent lecturers. After this orientation, many things will still have to be done including having to go to school, take care of promotions, and do research. “Information and knowledge from various parties involved at IPB are needed,” said Prof. Agus when opening the event.

Prof. Agus added, non-PNS permanent lecturers must pay attention to their rights and obligations as educators, instructors, researchers, and community service providers, to carry out the tasks under the spirit of IPB.

On the occasion, Prof. Noer Azam Achsani expressed his gratitude to IPB for approving the appointment process of non-PNS lecturers at IPB Business School. “We view that non-PNS lecturers are assets to IPB and especially for IPB Business School,” he said.

Meanwhile, Dr. Arief Daryanto said that non-PNS lecturers must have a new spirit and continue to plan their careers in the future to build a balance between teaching and learning.

“In the future, the presence of new staff from non-PNS lecturers in the Vocational School can continue to grow and progress. The Vocational School will continue to make good curricula by producing skilled, tough and quality graduates. With the help and support from non-PNS lecturers, the Vocational School at IPB is expected to develop better,” he said. (*/est)