The Bali Tourism Institute (STP) Nusa Dua Bali held a graduation ceremony XX and graduated 767 students from various departments, Friday (Sep 26). The highest grade point average (GPA) was 3.77 and this served as evidence if the quality of the STP Nusa Dua graduates continued to increase.
Director of the STP Nusa Dua Bali, Dewa Gede Ngurah Byomantara, said the graduation of this year showed an increase compared to the previous years. In 2013, the institution could graduate 490 people, while this year amounted to 767 people. “Since the establishment in 1978, this year the STP Nusa Dua Bali can pass the most graduates and it is the first achievement,” he said.
Beraban village is a coastal area becoming a tourist destination frequented by travelers. In particular, it is intended for the surfing hobbyists or the admirers of the beautiful sunset. In the effort to provide security and comfort for tourists making a visit to the destination, the Tabanan Regional Disaster Mitigation Agency (BPBD) held a simulation of victim rescue, Thursday (Oct 2). The simulation was expected to reduce the number of victims due to the coastal village is prone to tsunami hazards.
The simulation involved the National SAR Agency, the Indonesian Red Cross (PMI), the National Weather Service (BMKG), lifeguard, community and other volunteer teams. Scenario of the simulation at this time was the rescue of 3 drowning victims on Tanah Lot Beach. By using 3 rubber boats, a team of volunteers made every effort to save all of the victims by bringing the victims to the mainland, giving first aid to bringing the victims to the nearest hospital by ambulance.
Tourism Awareness Group (Pokdarwis) was required in developing the customary village-based cultural tourism because many benefits were gained in the tourism village. Among others, it could increase people’s income, rural infrastructure, housing quality, human resources, community insights as well as the decline of urbanization.
The Denpasar National and Political Unity (Kesbangpol) performed an inspection against foreign citizens. The inspection on Wednesday (Oct 1) involving the Denpasar Immigration Office, Indonesian Military and the Indonesian National Police targeted foreigners living at Sanur Kauh village, South Denpasar. From the inspection, the team found one of the foreigners, Robert Glenn Allen, from Australia who in fact had not administered his residential administration at local village.
In order to commemorate the 48th anniversary of the Inna Grand Bali Beach (IGBB) Sanur, the management with the committee of the 48th anniversary made cooperation with the Red Cross of Indonesia and Bali Province held a blood donation activity, Monday (Sep 29). With the theme ‘Clean is My Soul’ the blood donation activity posed the concern of the IGBB to humanitarian issues. “This activity is carried out every year. Hopefully, the participation with a drop of blood can be useful for the sake of humanity in need,” said Chairperson of the Organizing Committee, IA Dewi Apriyanti.
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