Alma Ata University (UAA) held the Great Plan II and RKAT proceeding the Pre-Great Plan II which had been held in September 2018. This Great Plan II is the reflection of each unit, directorate, faculty and study program commitment to realize the UAA Vision in 2040. Presented by the UAA President, Prof. Dr. H. Hamam Hadi. Ms., Sc.D., Sp.GK in his speech, the University, as a very young university, is currently in its golden age. For this reason, the university’s construction must be on its path according to the university development roadmap.
The implementation of the University 2040 Vision toward A Well-Grounded Research University realized in the forms of 5-Yearly University Development Plan (Renstra) must be implemented and guaranteed. In accordance with the development plan for 2016-2020, UAA is working to achieve the Great Teaching University stage. At this stage, it is important to pay attention to the university learning outcomes as the development basis.
The learning outcomes include the students ability to read Al Qur’an, master prayer readings, possess sufficient English proficiency, become IT literacy and possess team work ability. The University Development Roadmap toward a superior, independent and globally competitive university as its contribution toward the development of the nation welfare and world civilization based on Islamic values and Indonesian nationalities can be seen as follow; 1. Teaching University (Renstra 2016-2020), 2. Teaching-Research University (Renstra 2021-2025), 3. Research-Established University (Renstra 2026-2030), 4. Research-Based Entrepreneur University (Renstra 2031-2035) and 5. Research-Established University (Renstra 2036-2040)
Through this Great Plan II and RKAT, the President also invites the entire academic community to change negative habits that could potentially disrupt the development of the university. He urges everyone to have the soul of a good learner who will always able work in a more passion, more patient, more creative, more civilized, one-step ahead habit and more customer oriented in order to be more success in the future.
Furthermore, the President also underlined the ‘more customer-oriented’ point which at least has some important elements of excellent service as follow; easier, faster, clearer, more accurate, more secure, friendlier, more pleasant, more heart-full and more efficient service. Only by implementing those service standards, UAA can become more and more competitive.