Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) has officially submitted the ex-campus building of its Magelang branch located at the compound of Bakorwil II Magelang, measuring 600 meter square, to the Provincial Government of Central Java. The assets worth IDR 121,248,000 is for the purpose of ownership status transfer and use of assets of UGM to the Central Java local government.
The building established in 1962 had functioned as campus of UGM until the 1980s. Afterwards, all lectures were conducted in one place in Yogyakarta.
Vice-Rector for Assets and Human Resource of UGM, Prof. Ir. Budi S Wignyosukarto, DIP., He., said the transfer of assets to the Provincial Government of Central Java was expected to make better use of the UGM campus.
“With this transfer of assets, hopefully, the assets would be more beneficial to all, especially the Central Java government,” he said.
Expert staff to the Central Java Governor, Riena Retnaningrum, S.H., representing the Governor appreciated the transfer. “We hope that this would benefit the state, particularly the Central Java government,” she said.
The building will be utilised by the Provincial Government for various purposes, including to serve as the Museum of Financial Auditing Agency.