Semarang – Yes, that is what  Minister of Research, Technology and Higher Education (Menristekdikti), Mohamad Nasir do when observing the 2016 Joint Selection for State Universities Admission  (SBMPTN)  in  Faculty of Languages ​​and Literature, Universitas Negeri Semarang (UNNES),  Tuesday (31/5). Minister Nasir was accompanied by the Chairman for Indonesian State University Rector Council (Majelis Rektor Perguruan Tinggi Negeri Indonesia/MRPTNI), Heri Suhardiyanto; Chairman for the Committee of SNMPTN/SBMPTN, Rochmat Wahab; Rector for UNNES, Faturrochman; Rector for UNDIP, Yos Johan; Director General for Education and Student Affairs, Intan Ahmad as well as the Head for Cooperation and Public Communication Kemristekdikti, Nada Marsudi.

In contrast with his visit to Universitas Diponegoro (UNDIP) earlier,  Nasir distributed the test  papers directly to the examinees in UNNES. “I am a lecturer, it is  my job  to distribute the test papers,” said Nasir, then the examinees smiled and laughed.

“I wish all of you good luck for the tests, hopefully  all of you pass the tests.” said Nasir to the examinees.

Nasir also took his time to give a lecture to the 2016 UNNES freshmen from both of the regular and non-regular track. “You are the chosen UNNES Unnes students, you have to maintain your academic achievement, be a useful human being for this country in the future,” said Nasir towards about 300 students.

Safe and Report

After observing, Nasir highlighted  the test sheet security and confidentiality.  “We take an extra care of the test sheet security, to avoid the leak of test sheet.” He added. Nasir explained that there are no reports yet about the leak of the test sheet until now. That meansthe test standard could be classified as safe for now.

Furthermore, Nasir also advised that if there is a cheat in this selection test, it has to be reported. “Please report to us immediately, it can be sued for criminal act, to make a deterrent effect.” said Nasir. (dzi,rh,wn/bkkp)