Welcoming New Students, FEB Launches “Zero Plastic, Zero Garbage”
FEB Unila | The dean, leadership, along with educators and education faculty of Lampung university of economics and business welcomed the presence of 2019 new students in the campus life introduction program for new students (PKKMB) at the faculty level at the feb unila student center (15/08). Unila’s PKKMB FEB activity was symbolically opened by the beating of gongs by Unila’s FEB dean, Prof. Dr. Satria Bangsawan, S.E., M.Sc. accompanied by Dr. Ambya, S.E., M.Sc. as the vice dean of student affairs and alumni, as well as the governor of BEM FEB Unila Agra Wijaya Hardi, which marked the start of the PKKMB activities which will take place over two days from 15-16 August 2019.
Unila PKKMB FEB participants amounted to 528 people consisting of S1 and Diploma students. On the first day the participants took part in the introductory activities of the faculty leaders and the material delivered by the representatives of the FEB Unila dean and continued at the Department level and the Study Program introduction to lectures with the Head of Study Program and lecturers.
After the midday prayer, the PKKMB participants together with the dean and vice dean for student affairs had lunch together at the Fila Unila field. Prof. Dr. Satria Bangsawan, S.E., M.Sc. and Dr. Ambya, S.E., M.Sc. giving first feeds to new student representatives as a form of parental love and a form of acceptance of new students for the class of 2019 as part of the FEB Unila family.
In this activity, the Faculty of Economics and Business of Lampung University also launched the “zero plastic zero garbage” program at the opening of PKKMB FEB Unila. This program is a form of Unila’s concern for the environment, especially as Indonesia currently ranks second as the largest plastic waste producing country in the world. As a follow up to the instructions of the Ministry of Technology Research and Higher Education Number 1 / M / INS / 2019 concerning the prohibition of drinking water packaging made of disposable plastic in the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education. This also made FEB the first faculty in Lampung University to start this program. The declaration of this program was marked by the giving of drinking bottles or Tumblers to new students, the governor of the FEB bem, the ranks of the leadership and the FEB education staff who would continue to be used in the future. To make this program a success as well, during the PKKMB activities the Unila faculty of economics and business prepared a dispenser in the faculty hall that could be used to refill the tumbler for Unila’s FEB community. (Ning/Jaya)