IPB University Students Won 2nd Place in National Achievement Students


IPB University student, R Imam Nuryaman, was successfully selected to become the 2nd Winner of the National Achievement Student in the Undergraduate category. The determination of outstanding students is carried out by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology, Thursday night (9/9).

As a young man who has been named a national outstanding student, Imam has many achievements. Imam's long journey in achieving achievements began with entering IPB University through the OSIS Chair in 2018.

In his journey of making achievements, Imam has won the Honorable Mention Awards at the Geneva International Model United Nations (GIMUN) 2021. The GIMUN which was held by the University of Geneva and the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations based in Geneva was attended by more than 150 delegates from various world country.

Not only that, the IPB University student from Tasikmalaya also won Best Delegated in the 2021 Urios-Utrecht Model United Nations. Imam managed to beat 80 delegates in an event organized by the Study Association for International and European Law and Utrecht University. In fact, the delegates who were successfully removed by Imam were pursuing master's degrees in Europe, such as Cambridge of Sustainability Leadership and Global Sustainability Science at Utrecht University.

“For me, achievement is the best form of gratitude for the potential that God has given. With achievements, I learned to be a leader who inspires and shows my best attitude," said R Imam Nuryaman, a student of IPB University from the Department of Communication Science and Community Development.

Apart from his achievements, Imam is also known as an organizer and has leadership talents. He is active in various student organizations such as the Vice President of IPB Debating Community, President of the Kembang Desa Foundation, Coordinator of the East Priangan Young Circle Center and Project Director of IAAS Asia Pacific.

Meanwhile, Cindy Nur Octaviani, a student of the Diploma Program - IPB University Vocational School entered as a finalist in this event. Cindy is a very active figure in building the Millennial Farmers Movement. Through the Baroedak Tatanen community he founded, he is engaged in educating young Indonesians to be motivated to become young farmers based on agro-socio-preneurs. This movement encourages young people to be sensitive to sustainable agricultural business opportunities.

Minister of Education, Culture, Research and Technology, Nadiem Anwar Makarim also appreciated the achievements of the participants and finalists of nationally outstanding students. He also invited students to re-interpret the meaning of outstanding students.

"The outstanding students are students who have had a lot of academic and non-academic achievements, but there is one thing that is no less important than all of these personal achievements, namely contributions to others," said Nadiem Makarim, Minister of Education, Culture, Research and Technology. RI.

He gave an example, during the COVID-19 pandemic, there were many students who had contributed to helping the government deal with COVID-19. The student contributions are in the form of volunteering, the Thematic Real Work Lecture program (KKN-T) and other programs that support the handling of the COVID-19 pandemic. (RA) (IAAS/SYA)



Published Date : 10-Sep-2021

Resource Person : R Imam Nuryaman

Keyword : outstanding students, student achievements, IPB students

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