The Islamic University of Indonesia (UII) again held a graduation ceremony for the period I and II academic year 2021/2022 led by the UII Chancellor and took place offline and online on Saturday (27/11/2021). This time the students participating in the graduation came from the Doctoral, Masters, Bachelor, and Diploma programs.
Dea Fajria Tatarizqa Japal, SE and Hana Nabila, SE are undergraduate graduates of the Islamic Economics Study Program, Faculty of Islamic Studies (FIAI) at the Islamic University of Indonesia (UII) and successfully won a Gold Pin with a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 4.00. The Gold Pin is a form of award that represents alumni and is given to UII students with the best Grade Point Average (GPA) in each graduation ceremony.
Dea Fajria Tatarizqa Japal, SE
“Alhamdulillah, I am very grateful that Allah has bestowed and given this extraordinary opportunity to me. One thing that I am sure from the past until now is that Surah Al-Fatihah is the first surah in the Qur’an which means the opening. In Verses 1 and 2, Bismillahirrahmanirrahim and Alhamdulillahirabbil ‘alamin. This is the motto of my life, when we start everything with Bismillah and surrender all our efforts to Allah and end by saying Hamdalah,” said Dea Fajria Tatarizqa Japal, SE (Friday, 26/11).
Hana Nabila Rizka, SE
Furthermore, Hana Nabila, SE also admitted that she is very grateful for her achievements. “Thank God I got a perfect GPA of 4.00, but again the GPA is just a number, but I’m sure behind that number there is an achievement that is comparable to the effort put in, perseverance, hard work, and all the ups and downs that have been passed. As stated by Mr. Fathul Wahid, ST., M.Sc., Ph.D. as the Chancellor of UII that we are arrows that have been released by the players to go fast through all circumstances to achieve the goal. We have to be players, not just spectators in the world,” he said (Sunday, 28/11).
In addition to winning a Gold Pin and a perfect GPA, Ica and Hana as they are known, are full scholarship recipients of excellent students. During college, the two students were educated at the UII Islamic Boarding School.