Minggu, 28 Oktober 2012

Sunan Gunung Djati State Islamic University of Bandung

 

 UNIVERSITAS ISLAM NEGERI
Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung


Makna Lambang
Berpedoman kepada Visi, Misi, dan Tujuan UIN SGD Bandung
 sebagai implementasi dari QS Ali Imran : 190-191 yaitu seorang Ulul Albab 
yang memiliki karakteristik keseimbangan antara dzikir dan pikir;
Bintang Bersegi Lima Warna Emas merupakan titik poros utama melambangkan Allah SWT sebagai sumber dari segala sumber seluruh kehidupan manusia,
 termasuk ilmu pengetahuan yang tercermin dalam Ayat-ayat Qur’aniyah, 
dan sekaligus melambangkan 
“Rukun Islam” dan “Pancasila” sebagai Dasar Negara Kesatuan Republik Indonesia;
Bintang Bersegi Enam Warna Putih melambangkan “Ayat-ayat Kauniyah” 
yang harus digali, dikelola, dan dikembangkan oleh manusia, serta dibimbing oleh wahyu untuk mewujudkan manusia sebagai khalifah di muka bumi yang bertugas untuk 
memakmurkan alam, dan sekaligus melambangkan “Rukun Iman”;
Buku-buku Terbuka Warna Hijau Muda yang melingkar melambangkan 
dinamika pengembangan rumpun keilmuan yang beranekaragam, luas, dan mendalam 
berdasarkan paradigma Wahyu Memandu Ilmu, 
merupakan tekad seluruh sivitas akademika UIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung
 sebagai icon peradaban untuk siap menyambung kembali zaman keemasan 
peradaban Islam abad ke 9-13 Masehi;
Berlian Berjumlah Dua Belas Warna Biru yang membingkai melambangkan 
perpaduan Iman, Ilmu, dan Amal, 
serta menggambarkan jumlah 
huruf “Laa Ilaaha Illallah” 
sebagai simbol “Sains Tauhidullah”.




HISTORY OF UIN SGD ESTABLISHMENT
HISTORY OF UIN SGD BANDUNG ESTABLISHMENT

The history of Sunan Gunung Djati State Islamic University of Bandung cannot be separated from the history of IAIN (State Institute for Islamic Studies) SGD Bandung. Sunan Gunung Djati State Islamic University of Bandung was formally established based on the Decree of the President of Republic of Indonesia Number 57/ 2005. Meanwhile, IAIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung was established on April 18th 1968/ 10 Muharram 1388 Hijriyah based on the Ministry of Religious Affairs (MORA) Regulation Number 56/1968.
IAIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung existed as a result of the demand of Muslims prominent figures in West Java. The process began in 1967 when a number of respected figures, like Ulama and Muslim intellectuals such as K.H.A. Muiz, K.H.R. Sudja’i, and Arthata along with the consent of the Governor of West Java, took the initiative to form the Preparation Committee for IAIN. This committee was approved by the MORA Regulation Number 128/1967.
Furthermore, under the MORA Regulation Number 56/1968, at the time of the establishment, IAIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung had only four faculties: (1) The Faculty of Islamic Laws; (2) The Faculty of Islamic Education; (3) The Faculty of Theology in Bandung, and (4) The Faculty of Islamic Education in Garut. The Faculties were located at Jalan Lengkong Kecil Number 5 Bandung.In 1973, IAIN moved to Jalan Tangkuban Perahu Number 14 Bandung. Since 1974, IAIN has been located on Jalan Cipadung 105 Bandung. Due to changes on the district division in 1970, The Faculty of Islamic Education in Bogor and The Faculty of Islamic Laws in Sukabumi which were initially branches of the IAIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta, were integrated into IAIN Bandung. The same was true for the Faculty of Islamic Education in Cirebon which became a branch of the IAIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung on March 5th 1976.
Until 2009, UIN Bandung which has seven faculties of Undergraduate Studies and one faculty of Postgraduate Studies has been led by seven rectors: Prof. K.H. Anwar Musaddad (1968-1972), Letkol H. Abjan  Soelaeman (1972-1973), Drs. H. Solahuddin Sanusi (1973-1977), Drs. H. Djauharuddin AR (1977-1986), Prof. DR. H. Rachmat Djatnika  (1986-1995), Prof. Dr. H. Endang Soetari Ad., M.Si. (1995-2003), and Prof. Dr. H. Nanat Fatah Natsir, MS. (2003-2011).In 2005, based on The Decree of the President of Republic of Indonesia Number 57/ 2005, 10 October 2005/ 6 Ramadhan 1426 H, the status of IAIN Bandung was changed into UIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung.  Then, in 2006, based on the rule of Religion Minister of the Republic of  Indonesia Number 6/2006 on organization and Work Management, two additional faculties were established: Faculty of Science and Technology and Faculty of Psychology.   

GOALS
The goals of Sunan Gunung Djati State Islamic University of Bandung are:
  1. To prepare students who possess the characteristic of akhlak al-karimah, spiritual wisdom, knowledgeable, and professional.
  2. To develop research into the development, the process and product of science and technology on Islamic values and social responsibility.
  3. To spread Islamic sciences and other Islamic based-sciences to strive to the social welfare and enrich national culture.
Vision
The vision of Sunan Gunung Djati State Islamic University of Bandung is to make an excellent and competitive university in integrating and developing Islamic studies with the contemporary sciences based on the paradigm: revelations guide science.

Mission
The mission of Sunan Gunung Djati State Islamic University of Bandung is to prepare the Ulul Albab generation that has the capability of:
  1. Combining and practicing zikr and fikr in their entire life;
  2. Possessing spiritual, emotional, and intelligent quotient;
  3. Finding, developing, and applying science, technology, social, culture, and art.

Sumber : http://www.uinsgd.ac.id



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Minggu, 28 Oktober 2012

Sunan Gunung Djati State Islamic University of Bandung

 

 UNIVERSITAS ISLAM NEGERI
Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung


Makna Lambang
Berpedoman kepada Visi, Misi, dan Tujuan UIN SGD Bandung
 sebagai implementasi dari QS Ali Imran : 190-191 yaitu seorang Ulul Albab 
yang memiliki karakteristik keseimbangan antara dzikir dan pikir;
Bintang Bersegi Lima Warna Emas merupakan titik poros utama melambangkan Allah SWT sebagai sumber dari segala sumber seluruh kehidupan manusia,
 termasuk ilmu pengetahuan yang tercermin dalam Ayat-ayat Qur’aniyah, 
dan sekaligus melambangkan 
“Rukun Islam” dan “Pancasila” sebagai Dasar Negara Kesatuan Republik Indonesia;
Bintang Bersegi Enam Warna Putih melambangkan “Ayat-ayat Kauniyah” 
yang harus digali, dikelola, dan dikembangkan oleh manusia, serta dibimbing oleh wahyu untuk mewujudkan manusia sebagai khalifah di muka bumi yang bertugas untuk 
memakmurkan alam, dan sekaligus melambangkan “Rukun Iman”;
Buku-buku Terbuka Warna Hijau Muda yang melingkar melambangkan 
dinamika pengembangan rumpun keilmuan yang beranekaragam, luas, dan mendalam 
berdasarkan paradigma Wahyu Memandu Ilmu, 
merupakan tekad seluruh sivitas akademika UIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung
 sebagai icon peradaban untuk siap menyambung kembali zaman keemasan 
peradaban Islam abad ke 9-13 Masehi;
Berlian Berjumlah Dua Belas Warna Biru yang membingkai melambangkan 
perpaduan Iman, Ilmu, dan Amal, 
serta menggambarkan jumlah 
huruf “Laa Ilaaha Illallah” 
sebagai simbol “Sains Tauhidullah”.




HISTORY OF UIN SGD ESTABLISHMENT
HISTORY OF UIN SGD BANDUNG ESTABLISHMENT

The history of Sunan Gunung Djati State Islamic University of Bandung cannot be separated from the history of IAIN (State Institute for Islamic Studies) SGD Bandung. Sunan Gunung Djati State Islamic University of Bandung was formally established based on the Decree of the President of Republic of Indonesia Number 57/ 2005. Meanwhile, IAIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung was established on April 18th 1968/ 10 Muharram 1388 Hijriyah based on the Ministry of Religious Affairs (MORA) Regulation Number 56/1968.
IAIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung existed as a result of the demand of Muslims prominent figures in West Java. The process began in 1967 when a number of respected figures, like Ulama and Muslim intellectuals such as K.H.A. Muiz, K.H.R. Sudja’i, and Arthata along with the consent of the Governor of West Java, took the initiative to form the Preparation Committee for IAIN. This committee was approved by the MORA Regulation Number 128/1967.
Furthermore, under the MORA Regulation Number 56/1968, at the time of the establishment, IAIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung had only four faculties: (1) The Faculty of Islamic Laws; (2) The Faculty of Islamic Education; (3) The Faculty of Theology in Bandung, and (4) The Faculty of Islamic Education in Garut. The Faculties were located at Jalan Lengkong Kecil Number 5 Bandung.In 1973, IAIN moved to Jalan Tangkuban Perahu Number 14 Bandung. Since 1974, IAIN has been located on Jalan Cipadung 105 Bandung. Due to changes on the district division in 1970, The Faculty of Islamic Education in Bogor and The Faculty of Islamic Laws in Sukabumi which were initially branches of the IAIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta, were integrated into IAIN Bandung. The same was true for the Faculty of Islamic Education in Cirebon which became a branch of the IAIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung on March 5th 1976.
Until 2009, UIN Bandung which has seven faculties of Undergraduate Studies and one faculty of Postgraduate Studies has been led by seven rectors: Prof. K.H. Anwar Musaddad (1968-1972), Letkol H. Abjan  Soelaeman (1972-1973), Drs. H. Solahuddin Sanusi (1973-1977), Drs. H. Djauharuddin AR (1977-1986), Prof. DR. H. Rachmat Djatnika  (1986-1995), Prof. Dr. H. Endang Soetari Ad., M.Si. (1995-2003), and Prof. Dr. H. Nanat Fatah Natsir, MS. (2003-2011).In 2005, based on The Decree of the President of Republic of Indonesia Number 57/ 2005, 10 October 2005/ 6 Ramadhan 1426 H, the status of IAIN Bandung was changed into UIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung.  Then, in 2006, based on the rule of Religion Minister of the Republic of  Indonesia Number 6/2006 on organization and Work Management, two additional faculties were established: Faculty of Science and Technology and Faculty of Psychology.   

GOALS
The goals of Sunan Gunung Djati State Islamic University of Bandung are:
  1. To prepare students who possess the characteristic of akhlak al-karimah, spiritual wisdom, knowledgeable, and professional.
  2. To develop research into the development, the process and product of science and technology on Islamic values and social responsibility.
  3. To spread Islamic sciences and other Islamic based-sciences to strive to the social welfare and enrich national culture.
Vision
The vision of Sunan Gunung Djati State Islamic University of Bandung is to make an excellent and competitive university in integrating and developing Islamic studies with the contemporary sciences based on the paradigm: revelations guide science.

Mission
The mission of Sunan Gunung Djati State Islamic University of Bandung is to prepare the Ulul Albab generation that has the capability of:
  1. Combining and practicing zikr and fikr in their entire life;
  2. Possessing spiritual, emotional, and intelligent quotient;
  3. Finding, developing, and applying science, technology, social, culture, and art.

Sumber : http://www.uinsgd.ac.id



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