Surabaya, – After two years of online Final Project Competition (FPC), this year the FPC event was successfully held offline for two days starting from Tuesday (27-28/7). The 6th floor auditorium of the Electronic Engineering Polytechnic Institute of Surabaya Postgraduate Building (PENS) became the location for the final project exhibition. The activity, which was attended by 600 EEPIS final year students, aims to give appreciation to the final project work of the participants.

The opening of the FPC started at 08.00 WIB by Suci Rindya Kaswarie and Rayhan Munir Wibowo, followed by singing the song Indonesia Raya and the EEPIS Hymn. Then there was a speech from the chief executive, Devinindya Safitri Anggraeni, a student of the Applied Bachelor of Game Technology study program. On this occasion, the Director of PENS Ali Ridho Barakbah, S.Kom., Ph.D was also present to open the event. This activity was also enlivened by the appearance of Traditional Dance UKM, Modern Dance UKM, Music UKM, and DJ performances.

The participants came from all levels of study consisting of 249 students of D3 level, 324 students of Applied Bachelor's level, and 27 students of Applied Master's level. Of the many participants, the winners were drawn from the three best works in each study program. One of the winners from the D3 Multimedia Technology study program, Annisa Lidya, won First Place in this competition. Annisa admits that she is happy and grateful to receive an award for her hard work so far.

The entire series of FPC activities for two days were enthusiastically attended by students. This enthusiasm was expressed by Farhan Muhammad as a final year student of the Applied Game Technology Study Program. “I am very happy that this year's FPC is held offline, because I can directly interact with visitors and present my final project. Hopefully next year the FPC will continue to be held offline and will be more lively,” said the young man who is familiarly called Farhan. (rif)

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