IPB University Held UTBK SBMPTN 2022, Check Out this Terms!


IPB University is one of the Computer-Based Test (UTBK) organizers for the 2022 State University Entrance Joint Selection (SBMPTN). This year, UTBK at IPB University lasted for 14 days, located on the Dramaga and Cilibende Campuses.

The UTBK divide into two waves. SBMPTN will hold the first batch on 17-23 May 2022, and the second batch will be held from 28 May to 3 June 2022.

"In this year IPB University facilitates 19,711 UTBK participants, the details are 19,132 participants for the Science/Social Sciences and Humanities (Soshum) and 579 mixed participants," said Vice Rector for Education and Student Affairs, Prof Drajat Martianto.

Prof. Drajat said the UTBK in 2022 will be held with implemented health protocols. IPB University has prepared a QR Code for Care to Protect at each test location. There are 28 rooms in each exam session. Participants are required to install the Care Protect application on their respective smartphones.

Prof. Drajat also explained the term and conditioned the UTBK at IPB University. For participants who have complete vaccines (vaccine 1 and vaccine 2) and boosters, there is no need to attach the antigen/PCR swab results.

"Those who have had the first and second vaccines, but have not done the booster vaccine, are required to attach the results of the antigen swab, which are valid for 1×24 hours," he explained.

He continued that the terms and conditions differed for participants who had not been fully vaccinated or had not been vaccinated. There are the participants who have just received the first dose of the vaccine must attach PCR results that are valid for 3 × 24 hours. Participants who have not been vaccinated at all must attach the PCR results that are valid for 3 × 24 hours and a doctor's letter from a government hospital stating why they were not vaccinated.

Prof. Drajat also appealed to the participants to comply with the 5M rules. This is an effort to anticipate prevention during the current pandemic conditions.

"We hope the participants will comply health protocols and follow all the rules applied during the UTBK at IPB University. All of these steps are a form of IPB University's commitment and efforts to protect each other, the participants and the organizing committee from COVID-19 transmission," he explained. (IAAS/INT).



Published Date : 17-May-2022

Resource Person : Prof Drajat Martianto

Keyword : UTBK, IPB University, SBMPTN

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