Exhausted Not Dissipate Spirit Participant EBK in Yogyakarta

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The heat and the sun did not dampen the spirit of the delegates of EBK race (Economics Free Corruption VIII 2017) which lasted for 4 days in Yogyakarta, precisely in the university, dubbed the populist campus, which is none other than Gadjah Mada University Yogyakrta.

EBK itself is one of the prestigious event which is shaded by Faculty of Economics and Business Universitas Gajah Mada Yogyakarta. Not only settled in the field that they are Melta et al and Liavita et al also expanded into other fields, including the race in economics as they follow this.

In this contest, Melta et al raised a paper entitled “Triangulation System: A Formulation of the Eradication of Money Laundering Crime in Providing Grants for Pondok Pesantren” which focus more on the vague source of grant funding of pesantren boarding schools which resulted in the emergence of money laundering in the gift, that’s what underlies their paper.

In this game, Brawijaya University also competes brain and oral with some other prestigious universities such as Universitas Indonesia (UI), Bogor Agricultural University (IPB), Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (UPI), Jember University Univeristy (UNEJ), Gajah Mada University (UGM) , UNES, Andalas University, Diponegoro University (UNDIP), Airlangga University (UNAIR), and Mulawarman University.

Some obstacles faced by the UB Faculty of Law delegation is more because the jury almost entirely has the field of Economics and Business science certainly difficult enough to be in harmony with the field of science law. But it is actually able to increase the wealth of other UB delegates.

“In this race UB has not won a place as champion. However the recommendation points I propose and the liavita deck apply as a Recommended Points in the General Group Discussion. At least as a student of UB able to remain able to contribute to the recommendation of an essential system to improve corruption, “said Melta Rahayu.

At the end of the interview, Melta’s sister said a few words that could ignite the spirit of colleagues and younger siblings in the race “The opportunity always comes for those who want to try. A student is a learner. Begin to excel by trying and trying. Because then we are trained to be achievers. Fix the flaws and keep improving “, he said. [NBL/Public Relation]