INTRODUCTION OF THE ACADEMIC CULTURE OF IAIN PALU RAN WELL

Palu, 31/8 (IAIN Palu Public Relations) - Introduction to Campus Academic Culture (PBAK) State Islamic Institute (IAIN) Palu, Central Sulawesi, took place in an orderly manner without any disturbances between participants or the committee.

"The academic community appreciates the performance of the committee along with all the new students participating in PBAK, without chaos, unrest, and violence," said the Chancellor of IAIN Palu Prof. Sagaf S Pettalongi, M.Pd, in Palu, Friday.

PBAK IAIN Palu was attended by around 1,720 new students from August 24-30, 2018. PBAK was interspersed with various academic activities as well as the introduction of faculty and student activity units including the student senate and student council.

Prof. said Sagaf, PBAK is one of the instruments and conditions for introducing the academic culture of higher education to the community, especially the young generation who have just finished their education at senior secondary level.

Therefore, the 2018 PBAK is purely academic, which can have implications for the planting of new student characters.

"Aside from being an introduction to the academic and cultural institutions of the university, PBAK is also an initial introduction to the values of character so that students can know and follow carefully the academic processes that take place in the strata one level," said Prof. Sagaf.

Prof. said Sagaf, PBAK is one of the instruments and conditions for introducing the academic culture of higher education to the community, especially the young generation who have just finished their education at senior secondary level.

Therefore, the 2018 PBAK is purely academic, which can have implications for the planting of new student characters.

"PBAK is also an initial introduction to character values so that students can follow the academic process well," said Prof. Sagaf.

Character and academic values, he said, must be the basis of students in undergoing academic processes.

The Professor of Education Management stated that the learning activities passed by students while still in high school were different from the college level.

"Therefore we expect PBAK to be a media to transfer knowledge to new students, so they know the learning process at the college level," he said.

Approximately 1,730 participants will take part in pre-PBAK starting on Friday 24 - Saturday 25 August. Then PBAK runs from August 27-30.

The committee involved a variety of resource persons, especially the IAIN Palu leadership elements who would present the material to the new students in the PBAK.

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