Supreme Court Holds Webinar: LPDP Scholarships for Judicial Apparatus
Taking place at the Command Center of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Indonesia, on Friday, November 6th 2020, LPDP Scholarship Webinar for Judicial Apparatus was held. The webinar was held by the Supreme Court of the Republic of Indonesia in collaboration with the Indonesia Endowment Fund for Education.
This event is a follow-up to the results of a recent hearing between the LPDP and the Supreme Court, where it was known that the interest and enthusiasm of the judicial apparatus to continue their studies to a higher level, both Masters and Doctoral degrees are quite high every year, however, there are still very few who take advantage of the LPDP scholarships that the government provides each year.
The webinar opens at 09.00 WIB. By the Deputy Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Indonesia for Non-Judicial Matter, The Hon. Dr. H. Sunarto S.H., M.H . In his remarks, he expressed his support for the implementation of this webinar and expressed the importance of the human resource development process in the judicial reform system. "The Indonesian Supreme Court places improving the quality of human resources as part of one of the Supreme Court's missions as stated in the 2010-2035 Judicial Reform Blueprint." He said.
Acting Secretary of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Indonesia, Dr. Drs. H. Aco Nur, S.H., M.H. In the introduction to the discussion, stated that this Webinar aims to provide information and encouragement for judicial apparatus who wish to continue their studies at the best universities, both domestic and abroad, looking for a possible scheme for permanent and sustainable cooperation between the Supreme Court and the LPDP in an educational scholarship program in order to improve the quality of human resources of judicial staff.
Dwi Larso, PhD, Director of the LPDP Scholarship, attended as a speaker, discussing various things about the LPDP. "I am still confused, why since it was first opened since 2012, only about 20 people have registered from the judiciary, and only 2 have received scholarships," he said opening the discussion.
Dwi Larso explained about the history of the LPDP, the types of scholarships offered, the qualifications of applicants that can be accepted, the scope of the scholarships provided, the universities as well as tips and tricks for winning scholarships.
The enthusiasm of the judicial apparatus to participate in this event was so great, there were 910 participants who participated in this event through the Zoom application in a virtual manner, consisting of leaders, high judges, judges and judicial staff from 4 judicial branches throughout Indonesia. Many questions were raised in the discussion and were answered thoroughly by the speaker. (ahb)