Governor hails vocational school’s extensive international connections

Jember, Jawa Timur (ANTARA) – The Governor of East Java, Khofifah Indar Parawansa, has commended the Puger Sea Fishing Vocational School in Jember District for its close ties to business and labor industry, both at home and abroad.

“I encourage maintaining and improving on this success story because connection and correspondence are important in the work industry. Moreover, I see that the connectivity of vocational training alumni is already extensive,” noted Parawansa during his visit to Jember District Vocational School. In Monday.

The governor was proud to witness the progress of vocational high school, as graduates of vocational sea fishing school were widely accepted to work overseas, such as in Japan and South Korea.

“Indeed, this achievement has gone through a long process. I am sure that there must be measurable milestones prepared by Islamic schools and boarding schools, especially since the vocational high school is a reference for the construction of the profile of character of Pancasila’s students,” she noted.

Parawansa expressed his optimism that the cadet students, who have entered the world of work and industry, will continue to uphold the character of Pancasila and always keep the spirit of upholding the integrity and unity of the Republic of Indonesia.

“I’m sure that wherever you work, you won’t forget your character. Professionalism and Pancasila’s characteristics must go hand in hand,” Parawansa remarked.

Addressing hundreds of students attending there, the governor said that the provincial education department in East Java has worked with state universities to provide a special quota for graduates of vocational schools for the faculty of vocational training to improve academic success.

“There is vocational training faculty at Airlangga University and 10 November Institute of Technology (ITS) which provide quotas for vocational training graduates. connectivity for vocational students wishing to continue their studies, particularly in vocational training,” she said. noticed.

Meanwhile, the Principal of Puger Fisheries and Marine Vocational School, Kuntjoro Basuki, explained that currently the school has five excellent expertise skills and focuses on the maritime field.

The top five expertise skills are Fishing Vessel Nautical, Fish Processing Agrotechnology, Fishing Vessel Engineering, Fishing Agro-Industry, and Construction Engineering naval.

“This vocational school is the only best practice to imbibe the character of Pancasila among the students by the General Director of Vocational Studies. We traveled for four months to several vocational schools in Indonesia with the General Director of Vocational Education to lead by example,” he added.

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