A total of 3,038 people were declared to have passed the Joint Entrance Test for State Universities (SBMPTN) 2019 at the Lambung Mangkurat University (ULM). The SBMPTN was announced simultaneously national on Tuesday (9/7) at 16.00.
As a form of firmness and commitment of the largest state university in South Kalimantan, ULM will immediately cross out prospective students who are positive for using drugs.
"Later there will be a health and drug test, if anyone proven positive for drugs, we are very forced to renounce his right as a prospective student," said Deputy Chancellor I for Academic Affairs Aminuddin Prahatama Putra in Banjarmasin on Tuesday.
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One of ULM commitments to be clean from drugs is clearly visible from the Rector Prof. Dr. H. Sutarto Hadi who is the Chairperson of the South Kalimantan College Leadership Council Alliance for Anti-narcotics Abuse (Artipena). ULM hosted the last 2018 Artipena National Conference.