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    ITB Holds 89th Anniversary Ceremony of Mother's Day


    BANDUNG-Today, Friday (22/12) is commemorated Mother's Day nationally. In commemoration of Mother's Day, Bandung Institute of Technology held a ceremony at the ITB Rectorate's yard, Jalan Tamansari, Bandung.

    There is something interesting about this ceremony where all the ceremony officers are women. Vice Rector for ITB Resources and Organization, Prof. Dr. Irawati, MS., Acts as the builder of the ceremony.

    In his speech, Prof. Irawati, read the opening speech of the Minister of Women Empowerment and Child Protection of the Republic of Indonesia. The Anniversary of Mother's Day is held annually to commemorate and appreciate the struggle of Indonesian women, who have fought together with men in winning independence and striving to improve the quality of life of the people.

    The ceremony leader on this Mother's Day by Lani Marlani, from the Technical Implementation Unit of Safety, Health, Safety and Environment (UPT K3L). The flag raising troops of the Security Unit are all women.

    The readers of the Pancasila text, the text of the 1945 Constitution, and consecutive hosts are Dedes Permatha, Siti Sari Purnama, and Ralina Sudrajat. Ceremony participants consisting of leaders, officials, staff, and educational staff ITB seemed to attend the field of ceremony.

    Rector of ITB, Prof. Kadarsah Suryadi congratulated Mother's Day to all women ceremony participants accompanied by Vice Rector for Academic and Student Affairs (WRAM), Bermawi Priyatna Iskandar, and Vice Rector for General Administration, Alumni and Communications (WRAAK), Miming Mihardja.

    "Happy Mother's Day, a day that reminds us of the struggle of Indonesian women 89 years ago about the importance of women's role in building the nation. Also reminded how noble the role of a mother who had given birth and raised all of us. May the Mothers always be given health and strength in preparing the nation's future generation, "said Prof. Kadarsah. jo

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