Regional Office of the Directorate General of Treasury in Central Java Appreciates the Contributing Young Researcher Program
[unsoed.ac.id, Thu, 01/09/22] The Contributing Young Researcher Program (PMB) of Faculty of Economics and Business (FEB) Unsoed students is one of the partnership realizations with the Regional Office of the Directorate General of Treasury in Central Java and is one of the programs designated as MBKM activities. In connection with the program, on Monday (29/8) the Regional Office of the Directorate General of Treasury in Central Java held a program entitled "Giving Appreciation to Contributing Young Researcher Program Students", which took place at the 3rd Floor of Roedhiro Building, FEB Unsoed. The Vice Dean of Academic Affairs, the Chairperson of PPA II along with the Regional Office Team of the Directorate General of Treasury in Central Java, Heads of Departments, Study Program Coordinators, and Students of FEB Unsoed Campus were present in the event.
The Vice Dean of Academic Affairs, Yudha Aryo Sudibyo, SE, M.Sc, Ak, Ph.D, CA in his remarks conveyed to the students that the PMB program is designed to be equivalent to a Final Project and can be completed in less than one semester. This will be an investment in the future. He hopes that students who have done this program can provide an objective testimony to their juniors related to the conditions in the field and the way to communicate with village officials which, in this case, require uneasy art and approach.
The chairperson of PPA II Division, Regional Office of the Directorate General of Treasury in Central Java, Ahmad Heryawan, S.E., M.Si said that as a form of this partnership, we are required to present topics regarding State Finance, for example Village Fund and MBKM students’ thesis defense. "It is hoped that students can understand the work field, so this knowledge can be used immediately after graduating from a bachelor's degree," he said.
The event continued with giving awards to students participating in PMB by the Regional Office Team of the Directorate General of Treasury in Central Java accompanied by the Vice Dean of Academic Affairs. The first best award was given to Rizqy Tirta Hidayatulloh (Accounting), the second-best award was given to Nandya Indah Hapsari (IESP International), and the third-best award was given to Qory Dwi Masitoh (Accounting).
The event was closed by expressing impressions and messages from students. Rahma Dika Dafarelda Ardhoni (Accounting) thanked the related lecturers. "In this activity, we can go directly to the village, we can see the dynamics in the village government in managing village fund so that we can get very broad insights, discuss, and chat with the village community related to the programs. These activities allow us to find out the potential in each village,” he said.