115 Decree Letter of the New Lecturers of UNP Were Given by the Rector

115 Decree Letter of the New Lecturers of UNP Were Given by the Rector
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Padang- A total of 115 lectures or educational staff of Universitas Negeri Padang receives a Power of Attorney for civil servant candidates (CPNS). The Rector of UNP, Prof. Ganefri given the SK CPNS in the 4th floor of Rectorate and Senate Research Center Building Meeting Room UNP on Monday (June 10, 2019).

The Rector of UNP, Prof. Ganefri officially given decree letter of CPNS to 115 lectures or educational staff of Universitas Negeri Padang. All civil servant candidates feels happy when they receive the SK CPNS from the rector and also witnessed by the Vice Rector, Dean and some officials of Universitas Negeri Padang.

The 115 civil servant candidates (CPNS) consist of (10) Faculty of Languages and Arts (FBS), (6) Faculty of Economics (FE), (12) Faculty of Education (FIP), (16) Faculty of Social Sciences (FIS), (17) Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Science (FMIPA), (9) Faculty of Tourism and Hospitality (FPP) and (24) Faculty of Engineering (FT).

Head of Bureau of General and Finance (BUK), Afdalisma, SH.M. Pd explained that the procurement formation of CPNS 2018 had been started since September 2018. Universitas Negeri Padang acquires 162 formations of CPNS from 1170 applicants. There are 162 who passed the selection and currently have 115 NIPs and 19 other CPNS will overtake.

Meanwhile, the Head of BUK added that CPNS who had carried out the assigned from March 1, 2019, with debriefing or orientation, CPNS requires attending the preposition Training. Prof. Ganefri also suggested that the lectures or educational staff should have a new paradigm.

“I hope the civil servant candidates who receive the SK have the opportunity to become a Civil Servant, and I hope the CPNS are able to show the best performance. The paradigm change must be continued, We cannot avoid and before becoming a lecture we ever feel like a student must be guided,” said Prof. Ganefri, Ph.D explicitly. (Public Relations of UNP)