Ministry for Agrarian and Spatial Affairs/National Agrarian Agency expressed readiness to carry out the mandate to realise justice on land use for the benefit of the Indonesian people, and infrastructure availability for land registration through strategic programme. One of the keys to do this is acceleration of performance by five times.
"This was started from internal improvement to make projects synchronised under enough funding. We also need the support from the professionals and academics to achieve this goal,” said,” Ir. R.M. Adi Darmawan, M.Eng., Sc, Director General of Agrarian Infrastructure on the summit of 71th anniversary of Engineering Education Day at Faculty of Engineering UGM, on Tuesday (21/2).
Delivering a scientific speech themed acceleration of Agrarian Infrastructure Development to Indonesia on Maps, Adi Darmawan hoped to carry out all their programmes systematically, measured, whilst orientating to the outcome. So, the planning approach strategy has to be holistic, Integrated, thematic and spatial, which are in synergy between one another.
"The acceleration that has been done covers four areas: human resource enhancement, provision of facilities and infrastructure, simplification of measurement methods, and increasing societys’s participation in land mapping and funding,” he said.
Dean of Faculty of Engineering UGM, Prof. Ir. Panut Mulyono, M.Eng., D.Eng., said the anniversary of the Faculty this time had the theme Acceleration towards Nation Independence, which was to inspire the academic community members of the Faculty to work harder to achieve nation independence in many areas.
"Presently, Indonesia is overflowed with imported products, which is predicted to increase along with the open market era. Thus, the most effective safeguarding to do is making innovation, working hard, while having government support that can increase our competitive power,” he said.