UGM Geodesy Engineering department has just made cooperation with Timor Leste Government. In this cooperation, the two sides agreed to make serious effort in creating staff ready for work on cadastral survey by preparing professionals for land certification.
Dedi Atunggal S.P., S.T., M.Sc., a teaching staff of Geodesy Engineering explained that this cooperation was one of the efforts that will be continued in International Cooperation development. Geodesy Engineering held Course of Cadastral Survey for a number of Timor Leste Government employees.
â€œSpecially, in this course the materials of land measurement principle and practice, computer based processing of cadastral data, land border re- measurement, and other important materials are taught to the participants,â€ He explained on Thursday (27/8).
Dedi explained that this cadastral survey special program went on for ten months and was completed by 20 August 2009. This was marked with the handover ceremony. The graduates all received course certificates equal to those of Diploma I level.
The official ceremony was attended by General Director of Ministry of Justice from Timor Leste, Crisogno da Costa Neto; Executive Secretary, Drs. Djoko Moerdiyanto, M.A., Deputy Dean II Faculty of Engineering, Prof. Ir. Panut Mulyono M.Eng. D. Eng. , Secretary of DAA UGM, Drs. Agus Wiranta, along with the teaching staff from Geodesy Engineering and Faculty of Engineering. Previously, the signing of official report was held between Timor Leste General Director of Ministry of Justice and Deputy Dean II Faculty of Engineering UGM. In the same occasion, the Certificate conferment to the best three cum laude students was also held.