PT Wika Encourages Engineering Students to Become Indonesia’s Golden Generation

Ratusan mahasiswa Teknik Sipil UB mengikuti Kuliah Tamu WIKA Goes To Campus

In commemoration of its 63rd birthday, PT Wijaya Karya (Wika) Tbk., held a public lecture titled Wika Goes to Campus at the Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Brawijaya (FTUB). This activity, which was attended by hundreds of students, took place in the 6th floor Hall of Civil Engineering Building B on Tuesday, 27 February 2023.

Sambutan WD 1 FTUB, Dr.Eng. Indradi Wijatmiko pada Kuliah Tamu PT WIKAThis public lecture was attended and opened by Dr. Eng. Ir. Indradi Wijatmiko as The Vice Dean for Academic Affairs FTUB. Also present were Ir. Ismu Rini Dwi Ari, Ph.D. (Vice Dean for General Affairs and Finance), Ir. Eko Andi Suryo, Ph.D. (Head of the Department of Civil Engineering), and all the lecturers and educational staff in Civil Engineering FTUB.

In his remarks, Dr. Indradi encouraged all participants to be able to use this opportunity to gain as much knowledge as possible from PT Wika.

“PT Wika has handled many projects, take advantage of today’s guest lecture to explore new technologies from various experiences that resource persons have made,” said this Lecturer of Civil Engineering.

Representatives of PT Wika who attended the activity were Harum Akhmad Zuhdi, Director of Operations II at PT Wika and Mahendra Vijaya as Corporate Secretary of PT Wika.

Harum, who was lined up as the speaker that afternoon, said that WIKA needs a tough next generation that doesn’t talk much but can become an intelligent and impressive executor.

“I see the golden generation is in your hands. Don’t feel that learning is just so-so. Later when we enter the global world, we shouldn’t talk too much, we must be able to make decisions quickly and accurately to execute the problems given,” said Harum.

To make this happen, students must have four competencies: academic skills, critical thinking, management skills, communication skills, and critical thinking.

Finally, before closing the session, Harum also shared motivations with all participants who wanted to enter the world of work.

“Continue to develop competence by participating in training, apprenticeships, workshops, or seminars before entering the world of work. Then, practice social skills, management skills, strong mentality, and self-awareness by reflecting on one’s capacity or competence and making the best decisions,” he concluded.