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Alif Muhammad Gultom Won the Best Student Competition at Yogyakarta’s Regional Level

Student at International Program, Undergraduate of Law Study Program, Faculty of Law, Universitas Islam Indonesia just won the first place for the Outstanding Student Selection (Pemilihan Mahasiswa Berprestasi) at Higher Education Unit Service Region 5 Yogyakarta (Lembaga Layanan Pendidikan Tinggi). After going through several assessments from the Jury/Panel such as Interview which was conducted in English and also Presented the paper that has been made by each competitor. He successfully presented his paper with the topic of The Obligation of Ecolabel Certification and Innovation in the Voluntary Ecolabel Policy as Alternative to create Responsible Consumption and Production. Previously, Alif also won the first place for the same competition at the university level (in the scope of Universitas Islam Indonesia Students). During the competition, he supervised by Dodik Setiawan Nur Heriyanto, S.H., M.H., L.LM., Ph.D. The paper talks upon the Ideas on how to achieve Responsible Consumption and Production one of the Sustainable Development Goals. The competition was held at LLDIKTI building on Tuesday, 19th of March 2019.

This event was attended by 14 Private University in the scope of Higher Education Unit Service Region 5 Yogyakarta. Each student has their own ideas in order to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals. “Alhamdulillah, today the selection process and the announcement of the Outstanding Student Selection has been conducted, which was attended by great students from these 14 universities. This reward becoming a new responsibility for me in order to bring the good name of Universitas Islam Indonesia in the future. I need the support and also prayers from all UII academics in order to face the next level of this Outstanding Student Selection and for sure, hope for the best according to Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta’ala” Alif Said.

After the announcement, Alif immediately met with Ms. Hazhira Qudsyi from the academic affairs to discuss the next strategy in facing the Outstanding Student Selection at the national level.