Attitudes and Discipline Strengthening Training for Civil Servants Officially Closed
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Yuni Nurbayati, Head of Human Resources, concluding the attitude and discipline strengthening training for Civil Servants (PNS and PPPK) within the Registrar's Office and the Secretariat General of the Constitutional Court (MK) on Saturday (6/7/2024). Photo by MKRI/Panji


BOGOR (MKRI) —- Yuni Nurbayati, Head of Human Resources (HR), concluded the attitude and discipline strengthening training for Civil Servants (PNS and PPPK) within the Registrar's Office and the Secretariat General of the Constitutional Court (MK) on Saturday, July 6, 2024. In her closing remarks, Yuni congratulated the participants for successfully completing the training without significant obstacles.

"As known, the enforcement of discipline is expected to encourage the Court’s civil servants to be more productive and uphold moral integrity, which is crucial for career development. In carrying out their duties, the Court’s civil servants are obligated to adhere to principles of good governance and exhibit discipline, honesty, fairness, transparency, and accountability," stated Yuni as she concluded the event.

Earlier in the training's closing ceremony of the Attitudes and Discipline Strengthening Training for Civil Servants (PNS and PPPK), Yuni Nurhayati, Head of HR, also took a participant’s card, represented by one of the attendees.

The training, attended by 33 Court civil servants, commenced from Monday to Saturday, July 1st to 6th, 2024. The participants were equipped with various knowledge, including drill command (PBB), military honor regulations (PPM), internal affairs regulations (PUDD), civilian ceremony procedures, guidance and counseling (binsuh), knowledge of radicalism and latent dangers, as well as basic mountaineering principles.

Author              : Panji Erawan
Editor               : Lulu Anjarsari P.
Translators       : Naomi Andrea Zebua/Rizky Kurnia Chaesario (NL)

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