BANDUNG-Minister of Technology Research and Higher Education (Menristekdikti) RI, Mohamad Nasir conveys the presence of a new campus which is built by Muhammadiyah on Soekarno-Hatta Street, Bandung can provide better inspiration.
"Hopefully this campus will inspire, especially with modern architectural design," said M. Nasir, in his speech at the first stone laying of integrated campus construction of University of Muhammadiyah Bandung (UMB) on Soekarno-Hatta Street Bandung, Sunday (15/10).
M. Nasir believes that Muhammadiyah will become a qualified college and print quality graduates and able to compete in the increasingly tight job market, along with the enactment of free market.
"With the implementation of a good lecture process, I believe Muhammadiyah able to produce quality human resources accompanied by faith and taqwa," he said.
M. Nasir also asks campuses throughout Indonesia to create new entrepreneurs, in order to become an economic driver of Indonesian society in the future.
"This is what is needed by us and becomes very important in the World Economic Forum," he said. (Parno)