UNAIR NEWS – Amid the pandemic which has yet to end, Universitas Airlangga (UNAIR) has inaugurated its best students who are ready to serve in the community. This time, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, UNAIR has inaugurated new veterinarians through Veterinarian Oath-Taking ceremony.
Conducted online on Thursday, January 7, 2021, the 165th Veterinary Oath-taking ceremony, was attended by UNAIR leaderships, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine (FKH) leaderships, and various colleagues. On that occasion, Dean of UNAIR Faculty of Veterinary Medicine (FKH) Prof. Dr. Mirni Lamid, MP., drh., encouraged all participants to remain grateful for the healthy blessings. In front of 176 new veterinarians, Prof. Mirni also congratulated them on the achievements and their process carried out to achieve the degree.
“Even though it is done online, of course we can still feel this event’s sacredness. To all new veterinarians, we congratulate you and remember, this is the beginning of your dedication,” she said.
Furthermore, Prof. Mirni also emphasized that their struggle is not over, the real struggle is about to begin. For this reason, her party never stops supporting the vets to keep fighting and working in the veterinary world.
“Hopefully in the future the new veterinarians can uphold professionalism and bring the alma mater’s good reputation,” she said.
Before closing her remarks, Prof. Mirni also advised the graduates to uphold professional ethics and human values in carrying out their profession as veterinarians.
“Thank you for the cooperation and support of all parties so that this sacred process can run well,” she concluded.
Meanwhile, on behalf of UNAIR Rector, Vice Rector for Academic, Student, and Alumni Affairs Prof. Dr. Ni Nyoman Tri Puspaningsih said that in this very difficult era, she invited all parties to be grateful that they were still given the strength to be able to get through the pandemic well.
“In this very difficult condition, we all have to be grateful so we can go through it very well,” she explained.
Furthermore, Prof. Nyoman also said that in carrying out the role in the future, we should not forget the main messages that have been conveyed, to provide veterinary service throughout Indonesia. Prof. Nyoman also emphasized that the need for veterinarians is still very high. Therefore, carrying out dedication throughout Indonesia is a shared responsibility.
“Therefore, in doing your service, remember that on your shoulders you bear the name of the alma mater and you should uphold humanity values,” she concluded.
Author: Nuri Hermawan