Agnes Retno Larasati
Patricia Narulita Prajogo
Dilla Mahartina Pertiwi
Martiana Kusuma Rahayu
Rico Tamara Sitompul
Muhammad Hafidh Al Mukmin
Matthias Pamoso Diwangkoro
M. Haekal Pratista
The final selection was held on April 12-14 2019 at Pondok Pemuda Ambarbinangun. Finalists have shown their talent and motivation to join PPAN, they can put aside their egos and worked together in a group, although there are only four people who can represent DIY in PPAN.
Hopefully the finalists will get unforgetable experience in PPAN 2019 selection, get more new friends, and most importantly, find themselves because they have been processed and selected from more than 300 registrants.
"PPAN is not the only way to achieve success, there are many ways. This selection is one of the processes they have undergone," explained Irwan Harjanto Project Officer PPAN in 2020.
PPAN Jogja 2019 Semifinal Selection was held last Saturday, April 6, 2019 at the DIY Youth and Sports Hall followed by 26 participants from 34 participants. "Just like administration and interviews selection phase, there are many participants who cannot continue the selection process because they were late," Dyah Ayu Pratiwi said.
But indeed the complexity of the assignment at the semifinal stage is much heavier. Gradually the challenges in selection are getting heavier with fewer participants. In the Semifinals they got analytical work assignments according to their fields and expertise. In less than 5 days they have to complete the task and then present it. "The works of the participants vary, that is because the details of the assignments were adjusted to their fields." Tiwi added.
Going forward, in the Final stage selection participants will participate in quarantine for 3 days 2 nights and will have the opportunity to show their best potential to become DIY representatives at PPAN 2019. "So far, the participants have done their best. The selection process is coming to a close soon, hopefully it will be a valuable experience for all participants."
The selection of the PPAN 2019 interview phase was held yesterday (Saturday, March 30, 2019) from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. attended by 65 participants from originally 80 participants. "There are participants who attempted to register after the deadline and were disappointed because they were not allowed to take part in the selection by the committee. No matter how good participant's quality is, they have to follow the selection rules. Hopefully, in the next stage, the participants will be aware of that and we will not see the same problem again.'' Dyah Ayu Pratiwi Project Officer of PPAN 2019 selection explained.
Before the interview selection, PCMI Jogja held a ceremony for their 4 new members namely Muhammad Hanzala AISEP 2017, Fadilah Nur Rahma SSEAYP 2018, Irwan Harjanto AISEP 2018, and Rizki Ramadhanisa AIYEP 2018. This ceremony was also attended by Drs Eka Heru Prasetya Head of Balai Pemuda dan Olahraga Disdikpora DIY, Drs Latanggang Head of bidang Kepemudaan Disdikpora DIY, Banu Setiawan Chairperson of Purna Paskibraka Indonesia, and a pledge read by the Chairperson of Purna Caraka Muda Indonesia Jogja Happy Hartana.
There are two interview posts that assess several aspects within DIY candidates for PPAN 2019. One of them is to assess the competency and motivation of participants. Now there are 34 participants who will take part in the next selection in the semifinal on April 6, 2019 at Balai Pemuda dan Olahraga.
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