DSPP Held Protocol Workshop

Head of DSPP UB, Sri Sunarmi, S.Sos., M.M

Universitas Brawijaya Leadership and Protocol Secretariat Division (DSPP UB) held a Workshop and Socialization regarding Chancellor’s Regulation (Pertor) No. 98 of 2023 regarding protocols. This activity was held on the 8th floor of the Rectorate Building, Wednesday (22/05/2024), and was attended by 80 student participants representing faculties and Student Activity Units (UKM) in UB.

Head of DSPP UB, Sri Sunarmi, S.Sos., M.M., conveyed that this activity was carried out since she still found that formal activities carried out by students had not implemented definite guidelines. So, there was some confusion when the event was taking place.

“We need to align and provide guidelines because students are not familiar with the current (protocol),” she said.

She explained that the purpose of holding this workshop and socialization was to disseminate information regarding protocol procedures so that students could understand the rules for holding formal events.

“We want to show students that protocol guidelines exist, so please read them and ensure that there are no more errors in events run by students,” she explained.

Yona Dayaningsih A.Md

The speaker of socialization, Yona Dayaningsih A.Md., explained the contents of Chanchellor’s Regulation No. 98 of 2023, which is an amendment to Chanchellor’s Regulation No. 57 of 2022. Several articles were added to the Chanchellor’s Regulation, such as ceremonial activities required by the government, sequence of ceremonies, placement of symbols, and so on.

“The protocol regulates the ceremony, location and respect. Its function is to pay respect to officials, serve as a guide for organizing official events, as well as foster good relationships in social settings,” she explained.

She said protocols needed to be arranged for the smooth running of ceremonies and activities within UB. Because the protocol is not only an event organizer, but also a representation of UB.

“With this guideline, it is hoped that it can become a reference so that activities are carried out in an orderly, smooth and orderly manner,” she said. [Farhan/Irene/ UB PR/ Trans. Iir]