New Student Orientation for Campus Life UMPR Followed by A Thousand Freshmen

Universitas Muhammadiyah Palangka Raya (UMPR) held a new student orientation program to navigate campus life (P2KK) and Sports and Arts Orientation Week (POTS) on Monday (05/09). The orientation was conducted offline by inviting various special guests. One of them is the Deputy Chief of Provincial Police (Wakapolda) Central Kalimantan, Irjen Pol Ida Oetari Poernamasasi, S.A.P., M.A.

Located in the Main Hall of UMPR, she was accompanied by Vice-Rector II, Ika Safitri Windiarti, ST, M.Eng, Ph.D. She also delivered the material about “Be a Superwoman” in front of over 1,000 freshmen.

Furthermore, the Wakapolda Central Kalimantan mentioned that to be a superwoman, a woman needs to know what is the priority in their life. It means that a woman should understand what they do and will do. One of the ways is to comprehend the consequences of every decision. “Branding yourself. Find your true ability, whatever it is,” said Irjen Pol Ida Oetari Poernamasasi, S.A.P., M.A.

She also mentioned her hope for the new students to be an inspiration for others, especially for their families and surroundings.

Furthermore, it continued by rewarding souvenirs to the active participants. To appreciate the Deputy Chief of Provincial Police (Wakapolda), Vice Rector II gave a plaque to her before taking photographs.

New Student Orientation UMPR Followed by A Thousand Freshmen

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