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Association of Graduates "INSAN NAUKA"
Establishment date: June 9, 2001
Total number of graduates in the country: around 4,000
Number of the graduates who are members of the Association: over 300
Structure of governing bodies: central bureau (steering body), consulting council and supervisory committee elected by the general meeting
Mailing address: Jl. Keruing, No.12 Komplex AL Pangkalan Jati, Jakarta 12450. Indonesia.
Phone: (62-21) 751 30 64; (62-21) 741 63 07
Fax: (62-21) 751 30 64; (62-21) 741 63 07
E-mail: email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
Newsletter: Insan Nauka
Khasian Siregar: president, graduated from Odessa Supreme Military Engineering School in 1969, M. S., junior marshal (one-star general) of Indonesian Air Force, retired in 2003 (phone (62-21) 7990323);
Razali Nazir: vice- president, graduated from Odessa Supreme Military Engineering School in 1968, M. S., businessman (phone (62-21) 7666407, fax (62-21) 7668305, e-mail: email@example.com);
Suranto Basuki: general secretary, graduated from Leningrad Supreme Military Engineering School in 1967, engineer, sub-colonel of the Indonesian Navy. Retired in 1985. Currently he is a lecturer with Jakarta National Development University (phone/fax (62-21) 7513064, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org);
Maria Lukhantara: treasurer (daughter of a Moscow State University graduate of 1967), graduated from Indonesian State University. B. S., secretary with a private company (phone/fax (62-21) 7353360);
Kh. Ummurti: deputy treasurer, graduated from Leningrad State University in 1967, M. S., lecturer with Jakarta National Development University (phone (62-21) 7501290);
Gatot Suraji: director for organizational issues, graduated from F. Engels Institute of Soviet Trade (Leningrad) in 1966, M. S.; rector of Supreme Pedagogic Institution "Purnama" (Jakarta) (phone (62-21) 8301846, e-mail: email@example.com);
Aleksandra Ivanovna Kermite: director of the department of international relations, graduated from Moscow Institute of Vehicles and Highway Construction (MADI) in 1969, mechanical engineer, senior lecturer with Indonesian Technological Institute (phone/fax (62-21) 7416307, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org);
A. S. Rafli: director of the department for economy and development, graduated from Leningrad Institute of Construction Engineering in 1969, M. S., businessman (phone (62-21) 8642519, fax (62-21) 8644981);
Godlif Robert Kermite: director of the department of science, technology, and research, graduated from Moscow Institute of Vehicles and Highway Construction (MADI) in 1969, M. S., senior lecturer with Indonesian Technological Institute (phone/fax (62-21) 7416307, e-mail: email@example.com);
Supomo: director of the department of education, art, and sports, graduated from Leningrad Institute of Construction Engineering in 1968, M. S., lecturer with the Supreme Technological Institute (Jakarta) (phone 0812.9503723);
Kasim Arif: director of the department of social and cultural issues and social support, graduated from Leningrad Polytechnic Institute in 1973, M. S., trainer with "Tirta Yasa" University (phone (62-21) 6501445, fax (62-21) 6500152, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Activities of the Association
The INSAN NAUKA alumni Association was created on June 9, 2001. Not all 3,000 Indonesian alumni are its members as it is impossible to make a full list of them. With many currently residing in other countries, the Association is trying to get in touch with them.
Most alumni are not retired yet and continue to work both at government organizations and the private sector. Those in the public sector hold high positions: there are deputy ministers - the MADI and the Kiev Polytechnic Institute's alumni, top leaders in education, for example, university and institute rectors, faculty members with some of them about to get the titles of full professors. There are also members of Parliament. The alumni who opted for the private sector are successful businessmen now. The organization is registered with the Embassy of Indonesia in Moscow and the Embassy of Russia in Indonesia.
A Foundation to organize events in the field of education and address some social issues was set up with G. Suradji, a Leningrad alumnus, as its head. It plans to engage some Russian HE institutions in the joint efforts to raise the standard of higher education in Indonesia.
The Association was instrumental in setting up the Indonesia-Russia Friendship Society officially recognized by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Indonesia. It made a significant contribution to the creation of the Russia Section under the Chamber of Commerce of Indonesia.
President, the INSAN NAUKA Association
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