The activity of FoSSEI XVIII 2019 National Scientific Meeting (TEMILNAS) competition starts from Friday 12 April 2019 until Tuesday 16 April 2019. This activity was held at Airlangga University Surabaya. There were 4 teams from the Faculty of Economics and Business Universitas Brawijaya who participated in this competition, consisting of 2 teams for the branch of the Islamic Economic Olympiad competition and 2 teams for the symposium competition branch. The total number of delegates participating in the TEMILNAS competition were 12 selected students. The following are the names of the delegates who took part in the 2019 TEMILNAS FoSSEI Competition:
TEAM OF 1 OLYMPIC:
TEAM 2 OLYMPICS:
TEAM 1 SYMPOSIUM SCIENTIFIC WRITING:
TEAM 2 SYMPOSIUM SCIENTIFIC WRITING WORKS:
On the first day, exactly Friday, the delegates departed from the Faculty of Economics and Business to the inn. The next activity is the Technical Meeting. Technical Meeting starts at 8:00 p.m. until finished. Then on Saturday, April 13, 2019 the participants were woken up at 3:00 to take part in the qiyamul lail activity and continued with morning prayers in congregation. At 6:00 the participants departed to the race location. Olympiad participants went to the Hajj boarding house to conduct a preliminary round, BP contest participants made presentations and symposium participants attended Blueprint events and regeneration workshops. In the 2nd preliminary round the delegation team from CIES FEB UB qualified for the quarter-finals. In the quarter-final round 2 teams from CIES FEB UB delegates were unable to qualify for the next round. Then the 10 best teams selected will proceed to the semifinalist round and will be chosen again to become the 3 best teams to win 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in the final round. At that time, participants in the bussines plan also presented their respective works. At 5:00 p.m. the participants were returned to the inn to rest.
The second day, precisely on Sunday, April 14 2019, the participants were woken up at 3:00 to do qiyamul lail activities and continued with breakfast. Then at 7:00 a symposium participant is dispatched to the race location to make a presentation according to his commission. On Monday, April 15, 2019 participants participated in an international seminar containing:
HALAL INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT IN INDONESIA THROUGH OPTIMIZATION OF ZISWAF AND SOCIOPRENEUR
In Indonesia, the halal industry has not been fully implemented. Even though Indonesia is the country with the largest consumers of halal food products in the world with an economic value of 197 billion US dollars, followed by Turkey which reached 100 billion US dollars. Ironically, Indonesia itself is still ranked 10th in the world halal industry market. the first rank is held by Malaysia which is currently developing its halal industry massively. Then the next ranking is the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Oman, Kuwait, Qatar, and Jordan. In fact, if it is well driven, Indonesia has the potential to be the first rank in the world halal industry market, considering that Indonesia is one of the countries with the largest Muslim population in the world, with a population of 85.2 percent or 200 million of the total population of 235 million people. This number is equivalent to the number of Muslims in six Islamic countries, namely Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Malaysia and Turkey.
To start a halal industry, there is a need for a small investment. Maybe bigger than other types of industry. Because a lot must be a concern when implementing this industry. Halal products are not only identical to Muslim communities, because halal products are expected to be interpreted by the process of making products with better treatment because the guarantee of a product is halal or not determined by many things, starting from the selection of raw materials, production processes, packaging, to logistics. The development of the halal industrial zone is not only aimed at meeting domestic needs, but also aims to have export-oriented products, especially to countries in the Middle East, which are currently dominated by halal products made in China and Thailand.
Then proceed with the gala diner at night. On Tuesday April 16 2019 participants prepared for the fieldtrip departure and continued with return to their respective residences.