Diponegoro University again graduated its best students at the 7th stage of the 167th Graduation at the Prof. Building. Soedarto SH, Undip Tembalang campus, Friday (29/07). A graduate of S1 Agroecotechnology, Faculty of Animal Husbandry and Agriculture (FPP), Lifta Nuraini shared her interesting experience when she first got to know Undip until she became the best graduate / cum laude today.

“Studying at Undip gave me a lot of experience and learning. Living far from home is certainly a challenge to adapt, but the comfortable campus atmosphere makes it easy. I was able to get to know friends with different cultural backgrounds, learn to socialize with the community better and learn new things in the world of agriculture that I certainly haven’t had before. Agriculture is a very crucial field for the nation, but there are still many people who are not interested in this field, because it is synonymous with hoeing and working in the fields. Being an agricultural student, it is a challenge for me to change the stigma of people who still look down on agriculture.” he said.

A great interest in agriculture since high school, made him persistent in studying at university even though he came from a remote village in the South Lampung area. The student with a 3.99 GPA also expressed his gratitude for the opportunity to get the Bidikmisi scholarship, so that he could continue his education at one of the best universities in the country. In addition, he also added his good impression of being a student of the Faculty of Animal Husbandry and Agriculture (FPP).

“Undip’s agro-ecotechnology introduced me further to the importance of agriculture for this life, the prospects of agriculture in the future so that it made me believe that entering the agricultural sector was the right path that God gave me to continue the process going forward.” he said.

Lifta realizes the importance of education at this time, but he also feels that the organization supports him in training and preparing himself to be part of a forum in the future or even preparing the souls of future leaders to support their quality in college. Therefore, the Bidikmisi scholarship recipient is active in participating in organizations such as the UPK Minerva Research Club, Head of the UPK IDEA Department KM An-Nahl, RnB (Research and Bussiness) UKM Public Relations Staff, Undip Chess UKM Treasurer, Al-Fatih Study Division Staff. Undip Mask. In addition, he also participated in several committees within the faculty and became a volunteer for the Ayo Nandur project which focuses on introducing agriculture in urban areas, as well as the Mount Panjilaras Tourism development project with the RnB UKM External Project team. In addition to participating in organizations and committees, Lifta is a competitive student, as evidenced by his participation in the PMW ALPHA HYDRONIC team and successfully passing to the funding stage.

Lifta conveyed a message about the importance of education for the younger generation, especially for Undip students who are currently struggling to complete their college education. “Education is the foundation for advancing a nation. As a young generation, of course, we must become pillars of the progress of a nation, through simple things that we can do, one of which is learning and continuing to study in certain fields according to our interests and interests. Become an educated generation so that they can strive for a better life. Education is not just a theoretical science, but must be applied in life, not only about science in college but how we apply the knowledge we receive to our society and environment. Educated not only scientifically, but also educated to be a person who is honest, brave, caring, fair and with integrity.” he said when interviewed by the Undip Public Relations team. (Afifah-Humas)

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