UPA ICT Undiksha Holds Programmer and Network Infrastructure Selection Test, 6 Participants Compete for 3 Key Positions

Singaraja – Undiksha’s Information and Communication Technology (UPA ICT) Academic Support Unit held a Programmer and Network Infrastructure selection test as a step to meet the human resource (HR) needs needed to advance information technology services at the Ganesha University of Education (Undiksha). Of the nine people who registered, six participants took the selection test which took place in the UPA ICT Undiksha basic lab room, on Wednesday (11/10/2023).

This selection is an in-depth effort to select individuals who will play a role in the development of information technology at Undiksha. Of the total participants who registered, 6 people attended to take the selection test. Head of Network Infrastructure and Security Division, Gede Arna Jude Saskara, S.T., M.T., opened the selection test directly and was accompanied by several programmer staff from UPA ICT.

Unfortunately, 3 previous applicants decided to withdraw from this selection process. Meanwhile, 6 other participants enthusiastically took part in the selection test today.

UPA ICT Undiksha has initiated this selection to fill positions in the Information Systems Division and Infrastructure Division. With the need for two programmer staff (front-end and back-end) and one Network Security and Server Management staff, UPA ICT Undiksha hopes to recruit candidates who have the appropriate abilities and competencies to support the success of their mission in supporting academic and academic activities. information technology at Undiksha.

This selection is a follow-up to Undiksha’s UPA ICT needs to improve information and communication technology services in the Undiksha environment. Undiksha hopes that the results of this selection will help strengthen the information technology infrastructure and support the educational vision and mission at Ganesha University of Education.