Monday afternoon December 6, 2010 become an interesting day, when editors Website fpips.upi.edu get a chance to talk with Prof.Dr. H. Afandi Idrus, S.H. He is a Second Vice Rector for Finance and Resources Education University of Indonesia for the term of office 2010-2015. There are two topics that presented from his strong male character, the first is his experience when visiting the country and its cooperation in Japan, and the second are about the implications of changes in UPI status from BHMN to BLU ahead of 2014.
Efforts to develop the UPI as a world class university has done consistently and seriously by UPI with various countries in Asia including Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Korea and Japan. One incision achievement was his work to realize Studies Sociology Sociology with a concentration of Japanese. The next collaboration was with Osaka In The World Committee produced a joint activity of which is coming into FPIPS UPI as quest lecture.
As a pioneer UPI as a world class university did with Dr. Malihah Elly (Chairman Prodi FPIPS Department of Sociology), and Dr. Dahidi Ahmad (Department of Japanese Language) visit to Osaka. Visits were made to the Japan Foundation, Kansai and several universities in Osaka. The aim is to explore cooperation UPI (FPIPS) and Japanese institutions, especially the opening of the succession of Sociology of Education Programs. OIW also supports the Department of Sociology, and succession plans Cultural Summit 2014. The next step is the OIW invited to campus to fill UPI seminars and workshops organized by the Department of Sociology of Education. On this occasion, there are four Japanese people present, the three Board OIW (Mr. Yamanishi Ippei as Chairman of the OIW, Mr. Masami Nakahashi as Vice Chairman, and Mrs.. Minamino as Treasurer OIW), and Mr. Nabeshima. OIW birthday wish is perfected in the UPI, the representatives of 25 countries will attend, namely: Japan, Sri Lanka, New Zealand, Indonesia, Mexico, Thailand, Korea, Chinese (Mongol), Turkey, Malaysia, Peru, Ireland, Vietnam, Bulgaria, Philippines, Russia, Italy, Nepal, Georgia, India, Argentina, and Ukraine.
Men who had served as dean FPIPS has specific ideas for finance and resources by building a strong management system based on performance. The approach is a performance perspective, the first learning and development perspective. Second internal process perspective. Third perspectives of consumers. Fourth financial perspective. Under this approach, the vision, mission and objectives UPI expected to be revealed in the map of strategic programs, the annual operational programs with outcome indicators and measurable performance targets. According to first determine the success of a university development, namely a commitment on the job, always emphasizing the advantages of each program of study and majors, develop coordination, and the last is the same perception of assertiveness in accordance with the realism of public policy.
This also be a concern during a visit to Japan Country, where the process of education in this country are very professional in managing the college management. They have a principle in law enforcement. Enforcement of rules is normative college either in public life and in performance. So that the impact of work patterns in college tend to work performance-oriented. The problem in our internal regulations is the absence of specificity, giving rise to anxiety, because the mentality and mindset are unprepared to change. Chronology of Japanese people think through the rules, norms are always against things that are agreed upon and will be consistently adhered to.”
"I learned about the development of public and private colleges ranging from Osaka Japan to Tokyo, and in each college has its own characteristics and advantages. Since tahun 2004 fundamental changes which universities are subsidized by the government, developed in accordance with the potentials and capacities of each. Like for example the famous Osaka university with expertise in the medical field. Reforms in these years is the shift of higher education in BHMN status by the University of Central Japan which manages 78 central universities, 567 private universities, and 75 public universities in each province. While in Indonesia in our country seven public universities with the status BHMN expected to return to BLU in 2014. "
At the end of the interview to the editor he also explained that there are some things a dilemma in his mind. "What will happen when changes occur to the transitional status of BLU? Or a lawsuit would arise again from the people who will submit PMK to college? In my opinion the most important in the management of universities must be of legal certainty. Therefore, in the study of law and hopefully the decision of the Constitutional Court could be sharper than me. Especially the attention of the philosophical aspects, sociological and juridical have contributed to regional, national and international? In my view a decision will be meaningful if it gives meaning and globally positive impact, and does not cause doubt. Keep in mind that the Constitutional Court ruling is final and can not be contested. The most important thing for us that the college should be addressed in its management needs to have wisdom and policies that are very deep. "
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