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Wednesday, September 28, 2011 | Admin

The Sharia Financial Program Organization Department, ICDIF-LPPI, held Sharia Banking Basic Education (PDPS) program for Group 60 last Thursday (9/27).

Taking place in Classroom 105 – the LPPI Earth campus, the training was officially opened by the Head of Sharia Financial Program Organization Department, ICDIF-LPPI, Sartono Nugroho, representing the LPPI Board of Directors.

Through his address in the opening ceremony, Sartono Nugroho greeted the training participants hoping that they might be able to gain benefits from this training maximally and might apply as well as possible in their company.

PDPS itself is aimed at providing basic knowledge and introduction to sharia economic and banking philosophy. The learning process applied in this PDPS program is systematic, integrative, and focused so that participants may maximally absorb all subject matters presented by instructors.

The benefit to gain after completing this training is ability to understand sharia banking basic principle and description of sharia bank operations as well as ability to share as qualified, competent, professional sharia banking SDI.

This education and training was taken by 9 participants of BPRS, Bank Jateng, Bank Sinarmas, Bank Indonesia Solo Office, and some general public willing to know more on sharia banking. It was scheduled to last in four workdays, September 27 – 30, 2011. (adm/tp)

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