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    Minister of Administrative Reform and Bureaucratic Reform Appealed Tourism Graduates to Increase Capabilities

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    BANDUNG-Minister of Administrative Reform and Bureaucratic Reform (Menpan-RB) Asman Abnur accompanied by Vice Governor of West Java, Deddy Mizwar attended graduation ceremony of graduate, diploma IV and III of Tourism College (STP) NHI Bandung, Monday (6/11 / 2017).

    In his speech Minister of Administrative Reform and Bureaucratic Reform explains the tourism graduates should not feel complacent with the current success of even be able to prepare themselves in the face of work competition in the global world.

    Stocks acquired during college will not be enough to start work. For those who diligently seek knowledge and experience outside college will feel the benefits when later working.

    "We should not feel complacent with the current success because we must be able to prepare ourselves in the face of the real world that we will face later," he said.

    Competition in the world of work will be more stringent. Asman asserted who managed to show the advantages, then he who will excel in the era of global economic society. In addition, university graduates, especially tourism, will face a competitive international competition.

    "Once again I remind you, brothers and sisters will not get a job easily," said Minister of Administrative Reform and Bureaucratic Reform

    The government encourages tourism to become a leading sector. One of them with improving the quality of bureaucracy in order to have a reliable ability in encouraging the growth of tourism sector.

    Minister of Administrative Reform and Bureaucratic Reform revealed that in addition to being encouraged to become an entrepreneur or work based on the ability of tourism science his side also opened the formation to become Civil Servants (PNS). He hopes later Tourism department is filled by graduates who have a background in tourism science.

    "Do not be like now, the Department of Tourism is occupied with graduates of teachers of Religion and Civil engineering, it is not relevant," he concluded (MAT)

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