The ministry of research, technology and higher education concluded January 4 its working meeting held at Diponegoro University in Semarang, producing seven recommendations aimed at supporting Indonesia’s preparation to face the disruption era.

Nasir said: “What have been proposed by rectors, agency heads and education attaché would serve as a blue print” to support Indonesia’s bid facing the 4.0 industrial revolution.

At the end of the event, Nasir presented Diponegoro University rector Yos Johan Utama with an award for supporting the working meeting which was smoothly done.

The seven recommendations were issued to support these sectors:

  • Learning and student affairs
  • Agencies for technology, science and higher education
  • Science, technology and higher education resources
  • Research and development
  • Innovation
  • Bureaucratic reform
  • Internal monitoring

The 2019 working meeting was joined by 350 participants from various agencies.