Dozens of Marind children next year will go to college to LN

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PAPUADAILY –A total of 64 Marind children are undergoing guidance in Jayapura by the Papua Language Institute (PLI), in collaboration with the Merauke Regency Government (Pemkab) to prepare for study abroad.

Of that number, 51 are for studying at the S1 level, while 13 others are at the S2 level. Meanwhile, there are several study destinations, such as Russia, America, and several other countries.

Director of PLI, Samuel Tabuni, when contacted via his cell phone, Tuesday (6/7/2021), explained that the dozens of Marind-Papuan children had been in Jayapura for the past two weeks.

It is said, they will follow coaching starting from characters such as leadership, courage to lead, their relationship with God, and building self-confidence.

In addition, according to him, there are also several languages ​​that are the target of studying abroad. Also science and math guidance.

Currently, PLI is guiding and assisting 64 children. Initially when registering in Merauke and participating in the selection, the number reached 150 people. It’s just that after a medical examination was carried out at the Merauke Regional General Hospital (RSUD), many did not pass the selection. “In addition, there are also those who did not pass the academic selection,” said Tabuni.

A total of 64 Marind children are undergoing guidance in Jayapura by the Papua Language Institute (PLI), in collaboration with the Merauke Regency Government (Pemkab) to prepare for study abroad.

Of that number, 51 are for studying at the S1 level, while 13 others are at the S2 level. Meanwhile, there are several study destinations, such as Russia, America, and several other countries.

Director of PLI, Samuel Tabuni, when contacted via his cell phone, Tuesday (6/7/2021), explained that the dozens of Marind-Papuan children had been in Jayapura for the past two weeks.

It is said, they will follow coaching starting from characters such as leadership, courage to lead, their relationship with God, and building self-confidence.

In addition, according to him, there are also several languages ​​that are the target of studying abroad. Also science and math guidance.

Currently, PLI is guiding and assisting 64 children. Initially when registering in Merauke and participating in the selection, the number reached 150 people. It’s just that after a medical examination was carried out at the Merauke Regional General Hospital (RSUD), many did not pass the selection. “In addition, there are also those who did not pass the academic selection,” said Tabuni.