The Training, Community Services and Cooperation Program (PATH-LINK) Department of Agro-industrial Technology UGM will held a Training Series : Optimization in Agroindustry on 14-15 March 2017. This training is open for public, academic, and practitioners. Detail information related to training courses, registry information and fee can be seen in brochures attached on this page.
On August 12, 2014, Agro-industrial Technology Department received a visit from the Indonesian Institute of Technology (ITI), Faculty of Agricultural Technology as a benchmarking study. This event was organized by the External Affairs Department of HIMATIPA and attended by students and lecturers. The welcoming speech and opening season was delivered by Department Secretary – Mr. Henry Yuliando. Some issues such as collaboration, student study club and etc was then discussed. At the end, there was a tour to TIP laboratories and facilities accompanied by HIMATIPA and laboratory staffs. It is expected that this visit will able to establish a good relationship and promote a good mutual benefit in the future for both institutions.
In welcoming the holy month of Ramadan 1435 Hijr, HIMATIPA held a fast breaking party on July 6, 2014, took place at Faculty of Agricultural Technology – Plaza started from 16.00 to finish. The visitors were HIMATIPA members both from students or alumni elements. This party also filled by musical performances of students, and spiritual lectures by ustadz. All participants could enjoy fully the event because it was also in the holiday season. Joy and fun, combined with various interesting and tasty food, all participants looked feel happy.
HIMATIPA held a talk show program on May 8, 2014 with a theme of “TIP Competency”. The objective was to gain insight about the job prospects of TIP alumni in the future. The speaker was Ms. Wida, alumni 2007 – an employe at PT Bentoel and Mr. Iqbal, alumni 2005, an entrepreneur – the owner of Kiken Soup. As the representative from TIP Department was the Department Secretary – Mr. Henry Yuliando. Many questions from participants were discussed among the speakers. The interesting issues including teaching methods, facilities, and the other things. This event has gave a better understanding for TIP students about its competencies. In addition, tips and strategies how to survive and finish the study successfully also explained well in the event. From the testimony of the invited alumni, it could be understood how TIP competencies could significantly influence the working skill. Even, most of knowledge gained during study in TIP are also applicable to be implemented in the non agro-industrial sectors.