Monthly Archives: Agustus 2018

IAIN Salatiga Leaders Establishes Gathering with New Student Parents

August 7, 2018

SALAIGA – All leaders in State Institute for Islamic Studies (IAIN) Salatiga establish a relationship with the parents of new students in the 2018/2019 academic year, at the K. H. Hasyim Asy’ari Building, Campus 3, Monday (06/08/2018).

This activity is routinely carried out by IAIN Salatiga in welcoming new students. From various registration channels that have been opened, this year the total admission of new students at IAIN Salatiga reached 3,059.

Vice Chancellor I for Academic Affairs and Institutional Development, Dr. Agus Waluyo, M.Ag. said that the number who registered at the IAIN Salatiga in 2018/2019 academic year reached 12,000. Then the number that has passed the selection is 3,059 students.

The same thing was said by the Rector of IAIN Salatiga, Dr. Rahmat Hariyadi, M.Pd., that 3,059 students who were accepted had gone through various registration channels at New Student Admissions (PMB) at IAIN Salatiga. Of course each student is a mandate for us to educate and provide knowledge so that it can be useful in the community.

“We cannot alone in carrying out the mandate, the role of parents is also very helpful in educating and providing knowledge that is beneficial to the person and in society,” he explained.

Meanwhile, Basuki, S.PdI representing the parents/guardians of students said, with sincere sincere intentions as parents or guardians of students, wanting their children to be a person who can be useful in the community or themselves. On the other hand, we give to the Chancellor and all the leaders at the IAIN Salatiga to be able to study according to the existing ways on this campus.

“We as parents/guardians of students give to the institution to be able to study and provide provisions in order to be more useful later,” he said. (zid/mfl)

IAIN Salatiga New Students Invade Traditional Markets

August 7, 2018
SALATIGA – A total of 3,059 new students of the State Institute for Islamic Studies (IAIN) Salatiga for 2018/2019 academic year were busily shopping at 17 traditional markets in Salatiga, Sunday (05/08/2018). This activity was held in a series of 2018 Academic and Students Introduction programs.
According to Moh. Khusen, M.Ag., M.A., the Vice Chancellor III of Student Affairs and Cooperation, the activity has become an annual agenda in PBAK or orientation of new students. Through shopping in traditional markets can be a means for new students to get to know the City of Salatiga.
“The aim of the activity is students can always be passionate about developing traditional markets in Salatiga City and in other cities. “Let us continue our good intentions towards the traditional traders and the people around us,” said the Vice Chancellor III in his remarks to the release of new students in the yard of K.H Hasyim Asy’ari Building, Campus 3.
While the Head of Salatiga Trade Office, represented by the Head of Market, Dian Korina, S.E., M.M., said that we would support this beneficial activity and appreciate this from the IAIN Salatiga committee. Besides being beneficial for students to be able to interact directly with the community through activities in traditional markets, the community also benefits from these activities.
“Through this activity students are expected to be responsive and careful in dealing with social life in line with technological developments and global industrial developments,” he said. (zid/MFL)

IAIN Salatiga Committed to Increase Scientific Publications

SALATIGA – The State Institute for Islamic Studies of (IAIN) Salatiga is committed to improve scientific publications. This is preceded by holding Acceleration Workshop of Scientific Publication 2018, on Wednesday (25/07/2018).

The Rector of IAIN Salatiga, Dr. Rahmat Hariyadi, M. Pd. in his speech encouraged the entire academic community to actively write scientific papers. “We present 2019 as the year of publication,” he said in front of around 140 lecturers.

As a form of commitment, the Rector continued, the institute will support with good management and finance. “Besides, it is important to collaborate, both fellow lecturers and students,” said the rector.

The workshop held by Institute of Research and Community Service (LP2M) of IAIN Salatiga presents Prof. Dr. Muhammmad Ali Ramdhani, S. TP., M. T. Vice Rector IV and Dr. Wahyudin Darmalaksana, M. Ag., as the Head of the Research and Publishing Center of LP2M UIN Sunan Gunung Jati Bandung.

In the workshop, the speaker explained the steps that have been taken by UIN Sunan Gunung Jati to boost scientific publications to get awards from the government. In addition, tips were given to write scientific papers. At the end of the workshop, the committee guides participants to create Google Scholar and SINTA Ristekdikti accounts. (cka/mfl/io)

Workshop Publikasi Ilmiah IAIN salatiga

PSGA IAIN Salatiga Focuses on PPRG in Gender Mainstreaming

July 23, 2018

SALATIGA – Center for Gender and Child Studies (PSGA) of State Institute for Islamic Studies (IAIN) Salatiga has begun to focus on Gender Responsive Planning and Budgeting (PPRG) in aligning academic systems and pre-facility facilities with Gender Mainstreaming (PUG).

In support of the PUG, PSGA of IAIN Salatiga organized a Socialization of Islamic Education on Gender Responsive Planning and Budgeting (PPRG) held in the meeting room of K.H Ahmad Dahlan building, Campus III, on Wednesday (18/07). The socialization was attended by 80 participants consisting of all officials in IAIN Salatiga.

According to the Chairman of Institute for Research and Community Service (LP2M), Dr. Adang Kuswaya, M.Ag., says that in fact this socialization activity was one of the series of activities that had been carried out previously. “Because this activity actually started in June and started from making modules, socializing, then sharing with several PTKIN in Central Java, there will be a workshop as a follow-up to recommend to the Ministry of Religion so that in October the results of the report can be completed, “He said.

More clearly, Vice Chancellor I for Academic and Institutional Development, Dr. Agus Waluyo, M.Ag. in his speech, open the socialization said Prof.’s presence. Dr. Moh. Isom Yusqi, M.Ag. is expected to provide guidance on gender-responsive PPRG. Gender responsive has become a special program in several ministries including Indonesian Ministry of Religious Affairs.

The Vice Chancellor I also added, that in the context of PTKIN had been given a special mandate to develop PPRG by the Ministry of Religion. “While according to the existing data there are 12 PTKIN including 3 in Central Java in 2016. While at IAIN Salatiga in 2017 they have not been intense with PPRG, but they have designed the program and this year IAIN Salatiga hopes to concentrate on PPRG,” he added.

Meanwhile, Prof. Dr. Moh. Isom Yusqi, M.Ag., in his presentation said that there were several things in the PPRG process to be gender responsive. Among of them, the Gender Analysis Pathway (GAP), Gender Budget Statement (GBS) which then began Gender Responsive Budgeting and Planning (PPRG) supported by instruments and planning.

“In the PPRG process, instruments are needed to overcome the differences or access gaps, then planning that considers four aspects, such as: roles, access, benefits and controls carried out equally between women and men, and finally planning that needs to consider aspirations, needs and problems of women and men, both in the process of preparation and in the implementation of activities, “he explained. (zid/MFL/IO)

IAIN Salatiga Postgraduate Program Holds ICONIS 2018

August 2, 2018

SALATIGA-Graduate School of State Institute of Islamic Studies (IAIN) Salatiga holds the International Conference on Islam and Muslim Societies (ICONIS) from August 1-2 at the Ballroom of Merapi in Laras Asri Hotel, Salatiga. The ICONIS participants come from various state/private universities in Indonesia as well as representatives from abroad.

Prof. Dr. Zakiyudin Badawi, M.Ag., Graduate School Director of IAIN Salatiga in his speech at the same time opened the event said that this first ICONIS was held as a solemn form of Postgraduate Program of IAIN Salatiga to implement the vision as one of “Islamic Reference Center” in Central Java and Indonesia. “We continue to work hard according to the road map to achieve the milestones of the vision,” said Prof. Zaki, on Wednesday (01/08).

Thanks to God’s grace and systematic work this journal has been indexed Scopus since August 13, 2017, and indexed Scimago Journal Ranking (SJR) in the next nine months, exactly June 2019. The theme of this conference is “Being Muslim in a Disrupted Millenial Age”.

The conference was motivated by the reality of the real challenges of the generation and the millennial era. It is suspected that 2020-2030, Indonesia will feel a demographic bonus. Of course, demographic bonuses have an impact on increasing the number of young people, or more specifically, millennial generations. With such great potential, Indonesian Muslim youth are given a choice: To let the hate narration expand its space, or to present a counter-narrative, through viralization of millennial-style virtues.

“We hope that in the coming years this conference can be accessed and attended by more scholars from abroad so that it has a strong resonance on the issues being discussed,” explained the Director of Postgraduate.

Meanwhile, Prof. Dr. M. Din Syamsuddin, M.A. in his presentation became a keynote speaker guided by Noor Maliha, M.Hum., Ph.D. said with the 4th industrial revolution, in this millennial era there were many challenges. The thing that must be done by millennial generation is how to turn the challenge into an opportunity.

Prof. Din also said, as a Muslim (religious community), then in this era of disruption, religion must be a tool to achieve a better life. One of them is the existence of interfaith dialogue in which the aim is not to equate beliefs, but to produce ethical values ​​among religious communities.

“For this reason, communication is needed with vertical spiral motion. There needs to be collaboration and cooperation between civilizations, communities, religions, or even between non-believers, intellectuals or anyone. In essence, there must be a  grand coalition with all people especially in Indonesia, and throughout the world in general, “he explained. (zid/MFL/IO)