FKIP – Students of the Indonesian Language and Literature Education Study Program (PBSI) Faculty of Teacher Training and Education (FKIP) Universitas Sebelas Maret (UNS) Surakarta won second place in the Ramadan Poster Competition at the Faculty of Agriculture UGM 2022.
The competition was organized by the Faculty of Agriculture, Gajah Mada University with the theme “Educating the Muslim Generation in the Digital Era”.
In the competition, Nuri Puji Hastuti, a student of the Indonesian Language and Literature Education Study Program, brought up the idea of how to invite millennials to have good morals. This was conveyed by Nuri when interviewed by the fkip.uns.ac.id team.
“Broadly speaking, the poster focuses on how to invite millennials to have good morals. The poster explains the reasons and procedures for having good morals that are by millennial characteristics,” explained Nuri on Thursday (28/7/2022).
The reason given by Nuri was referring to HR Tirmidhi who explained that the Prophet SAW once said, “The most perfect believer is the one with the best morals.”
While the procedure described is to uphold monotheism and be kind to all humans (rahmatan lil alamin). This utilizes digital media as a basis to match the interests of the millennial generation.
From the idea that was brought forward, Nuri explained the background she brought the idea.
“The idea was motivated by concerns over the young generation who are prone to losing character values in the digital era. The most visible impact when this happens is that they will lose their identity and be easily swayed by the times. Therefore, an idea emerged in the form of inculcating character values in the form of akhlakul karimah based on digital media as described, “explained Nuri.
Next, Nuri shared the impression she got from participating in this competition. According to him, this activity is very useful and should be imitated.
“Ramadan activities at the Faculty of Agriculture (RDFPN) UGM are very useful and need to be imitated. For students, this activity can be a place to develop their talents and interests. More than that, RDFPN can be a means of preaching for students, especially in the digital realm. Therefore, it can be said that it needs to be carried out regularly and imitated by other student organizations,” said Nuri.
In the end, Nuri conveyed a message to keep fighting spirit and straightening intentions.
“For friends, keep fighting spirit. There were many failures that I experienced before and after winning this competition, and maybe you too. Keep the spirit, straighten the intention to do everything lillaahita’ala, “concluded Nuri.
Reporter: Dwinanda Wuri Harsanti
Editor: Aulia Anjani