Deputy Chairman of BPIP Shares Experiences and Tips for Success of the Bureaucratic Profession


Deputy Head of the Pancasila Ideology Development Agency (BPIP) Karjono provides briefing to graduates and graduates of undergraduate and postgraduate students at the Faculty of Law, Sebelas Maret State University, Surakarta, Central Java, Friday (26/8/2022).

In the briefing entitled “Young Bureaucrat Success Strategy, As The Main Agent of Bureaucratic Reform”, Karjono shared his experiences and tips for the success of the bureaucratic profession to prospective graduates and graduates.

This briefing was initiated by introducing the Pancasila Salam which was initiated by the Chairperson of the BPIP Steering Committee Megawati Soekarnoputri, which was adopted from the cry “Merdeka” which was set by Bung Karno through the Declaration of August 31, 1945. Karjono conveyed that in fact the Pancasila greeting has the spirit of national greeting that unites Indonesia, namely Salam Merdeka. .

In the briefing held at the Sahid Jaya Hotel Surakarta, Karjono emphasized the very strategic role of bureaucrats in determining the direction of the institution, Karjono also emphasized that bureaucrats must uphold the Pancasila ideology and not only be smart or clever, but also must be right and behave and well-behaved, he conveyed this through the proverb of KH Maimoen Zubair entitled ” Wong Benar-Wong Pinter “.

He advised that there are three aspects that must be possessed and controlled by young bureaucrats, namely the ability to defend the country, mental revolution, and understanding the four pillars of national insight.

UNS College is a Pancasila Fortress which is a place to strengthen and/or defend the ideology, state foundation and philosophy of the nation and the Unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia, namely Pancasila. “So the brothers and sisters must understand the true meaning of Pancasila or the True Pancasila,” said Karjono, in his press release, Sunday (28/8/2022).

On the other hand, Karjono explained the current condition of society towards obedience and defending the country. Based on a survey by the National Counterterrorism Agency (BNPT), 12.1 percent of men have the potential to be exposed to radicalism, while 12.3 percent of women are. The Minister of State Apparatus Empowerment some time ago also mentioned, every month there are 10 ASN fired because of exposure to radicalism and terrorism.

“They don’t hold the oath of office, want to change the basis of the state, and are against the Constitution and the state ideology (Pancasila),” said Karjono.

Karjono conveyed to the graduates and the graduates the pearls of wisdom from the proclaimer Ir. Soekarno Jas Merah should never forget the history and services of a hero, because it was his services that made Indonesia independent.

“We must also remember the Green Jacket, never forget the services of clerics or religious leaders because they also mobilized the community to fight against the invaders, on the other hand the younger generation must be optimistic, Soekarno once said ” Give me 1,000 parents, I will pull Semeru from its roots, give me 10 youths I will shake the world.” This indicates the enormous potential contained within the youth.

Finally, Karjono advised graduates not to join in spreading hoaxes and hate speech. Tolerate life, preserve culture, use Indonesian products, excel in making the nation proud, both nationally and internationally, and maintain the good name of the nation and state.

“Young brothers and sisters as youth, as holders of the nation’s leadership relay, agents of change, must play an active role in being the pioneers of Indonesia’s ideals, then the younger students who have graduated from the university on March 11 do not only rely on their intelligence and intelligence, but What is more important and important is the development of character, personality, obedience and piety,” said Karjono.

This public lecture was also attended by the Dean of the Faculty of Law, Universitas Negeri Sebelas Maret Surakarta, the Alumni Association of the Faculty of Law UNS, Lecturers and the Academic Community.

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