VIEWING THE CORRUPTION ERADICATION PROCESS, PGSD STUDENTS VISIT THE KPK (ANTI- CORRUPTION COMMISSION)
KARAWANG, TVBERITA.CO.ID- A total of 110 students of the Primary Teacher Education Study Program (PGSD) University of Buana Perjuangan (UBP) Karawang paid a visit to Anti-Corruption Commission (KPK) recently.
The speaker was Rommy Iman Sulaiman as the representative of the Deputy for Prevention. The student visit to the KPK was accompanied by five accompanying lecturers, the Head of Primary Teacher Education Study Program (PGSD), and the Dean of the Teacher Training and Education Faculty (FKIP).
Dean of the Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Tarpan Suparman, S.Pd., M.Pd said, PGSD students on campus do not only learn teacher training, but are provided with Anti-Corruption Education courses. According to him, corruption in this country is not only the task of the KPK. But the duty of all parties.
"There are several attitudes that will foster an attitude of corruption. The student version of corruption can be in the form of cheating, plagiarism / copy-paste, leaving college absences, being late, gratification to lecturers, proposals with mark-up for activity funds, making fake receipts about organizing an activity," he said. Tarpan when interviewed at his campus, Thursday (17/1) morning.
To solve the above problems, said Tarpan, everyone must instill integrity in each individual. He also hopes that PGSD students or prospective elementary school teachers have an attitude of integrity and this is applied to their students later.
"What attitude of integrity should you have? Honest, caring, independent, disciplined, responsible, hard work, simple, brave and fair," he said.
He further emphasized that the campus itself also wanted this visit to provide understanding and inculcation of anti-corruption attitudes for students, so that in the future, they could prevent themselves from committing acts of corruption, and be able to detect corruption and report it.
"In accordance with the KPK's tagline See-Prohibit-Report. Now there is an application on Android for complaints to the KPK, namely the guard application," he said.
He admitted, the resource person from the KPK gave the highest appreciation to UBP Karawang for pouring anti-corruption education into a course.
"Whereas the results of the National Coordination Meeting last December were formulated to require anti-corruption education to be taught in universities until July 2019. However, on our campus, anti-corruption courses have been taught to students since the previous year," he said.
source : tvberita.co.id