BANDUNG-Telkomsel announced the 10 best participants of IndonesiaNEXT 2017, Alexander Alexander, Angela Belinda Cecilia, Aulia Dewi, Azmil Ihsan, Cosmas Sakristiandio, Fathia Nisa, Fatimah Sirin, Nur Awalia Syahri Ramadhani, Rahmat Hidayat Syahputra and Rahmat Ramdhani. These ten students were selected to be the best national participants after going through various stages of selection involving approximately 3,700 participants from all over Indonesia. The winners had the opportunity to get short courses at colleges and some prominent technology companies in San Francisco, United States.
Human Capital Management Director of Telkomsel, Irfan A. Tachrir, hopes that these young Indonesians will be able to inspire the environment, and improve the skills and millennial generation to compete globally.
The best national participants of IndonesiaNEXT have previously been through several selections, ranging from training and testing ability using presentation applications and certified design, public communication skills, to soft training and other hard skills.
"The qualifying round which took place from October to November 2017 in the six cities resulted in the top 30 national participants," Irfan told reporters in Bandung on Thursday (1/18/2010)
Irfan explained at the final stage of the ongoing national qualification in January 2018 in Jakarta, participants attending training courses in front of the judges, Adita Irawati (VP of Corporate Communications Telkomsel), Doni Andriansyah (VP of Telkomsel's Financial Analysis & Planning) , Handry Satriago (CEO of General Electric Indonesia), Kemal Effendi Gani (Group Chief Editor of SWA Magazine), Erwien Parengkuan (Fouder TALKinc), and Rika Indra Oktaviani (VP Marketing Go-Jek).
"In addition to the ten best national participants who will visit San Francisco, 20 other participants also have the opportunity to gain knowledge about the professional world in several companies in Singapore," said Irfan.
One of the best national participants from Makassar State University who presented material about the use of technology to improve education in remote islands in indonesia to give appreciation to Telkomsel who has given a chance with him
to be able to improve competence in the face of increasingly intense professional world competition.
In line with the other complementary of the University of Indonesia who convey the idea of ??the use of technology for electrical energy in the home of Fatimah Sirin. He hopes Telkomsel continues to provide wider opportunities for all students in Indonesia
"We hope Telkomsel continues to provide wider opportunities to more and more students throughout Indonesia," he said (MAT)