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LLDIKTI XVI Holds Coordination Meeting, PTS Leaders in Gorontalo Gather at UBM

Humas UBM Gorontalo

Campus.UBMG - Higher Education Service Institution (LLDIKTI) region XVI, held a coordination meeting with the Association of Private Universities (APTISI) and the Head of Private Universities (PTS) in Gorontalo Province, Monday, April 10, 2023.

The activity which was opened directly by the Head of LLDIKTI XVI, Munawir Sadjali Razak S.IP, MA was held at the Bina Mandiri Gorontalo Foundation Hall.

Vice Rector 1 for Academic Affairs of Bina Mandiri University (UBM) Gorontalo, William Indra S. Mooduto SE, M.SA, Ak. CA explained, the activity discussed the first quarter performance evaluation of LLDIkti.

"There are several important points conveyed by the Head of LLDIKTI XVI, including the Policy Directions and Strategies of the Directorate General of Higher Education in the form of Increasing the Participation Rate of Higher Education, Strengthening the Quality and Higher Education Participation Rate, Strengthening the Quality and Relevance of Higher Education, Strengthening the Quality of Lecturers and Tendik, Strengthening the Governance System of the Directorate General of Higher Education to Strengthening Research, Innovation and Community Service, "he said.

Not only that, William Indra, who is also Deputy Secretary of APTISI Gorontalo Province, revealed that the coordination meeting also presented an overview of the condition of PTS LLDIKTI Region XVI, LLDIKTI Region XVI Programs and Activities, Ministry of Research and Technology Programs and Activities to the presentation of the Higher Education Transformation Program.

"According to the presentation, 11 PTS in Gorontalo have good performance and are categorized as healthy PTS," he concluded.