FUN GAMES is a means of exploring the creativity of accounting students
Accounting students don't always seem stiff, serious and nerdy. At STIE Perbanas Surabaya, they are facilitated to explore their creativity and explore all their potential. This has been realized by the Bachelor of Accountancy study program through the FUN GAMES activities which are attended by Bachelor of Accounting students. Located on campus 2, one of the 2nd Perbanas Accounting Festival 2017 activities is part of what students have been waiting for to show their most muted talents.
The FUN GAMES event consists of 3 competitions, including: Accounting Got Talent, Prince and Princes, and Rank 1. In the Accounting Got Talent competition, students display a variety of creativity, including: acoustic singing, traditional dancing (Saman Dance and Pecut Dance ), Poetry Reading, Stand Up Comedy, Modern Dance, and so on.
The Chief Executive of the 2nd Perbanas Accounting Festival, Dr. Rovila El Maghfiroh, M.Sc., said that FUN GAMES is an event that is packaged in the form of entertainment by combining accounting knowledge and student talent. "We invite them to show hidden talents to be performed in the Accouting Got Talent and Prince and Princes events. Meanwhile, for students participating in the Rank 1 competition, they must be smart, agile, and responsive in answering accounting questions. Later the competition winners will become talents for the Bachelor of Accountancy Study Program, "said Rovila on the sidelines of the FUN GAMES activity.
One of the Accounting Got Talent participants, Shandi Wiratmoko, felt proud to be able to participate in the event organized by the Accounting Study Program. By presenting the Pecut Dance from Madura, his party is agile and skilled in building a stage atmosphere so that it becomes even more festive. "I hope to win in this FUN GAMES event. I am motivated to take part in these three competitions to hone my mental and competitive spirit in achieving achievements, "said Shandi.
While Champion 1 in the Rank 1 competition, Muhammad Sahrul did not expect to be the winner. "I answered the Forensic Audit question and it turned out that I immediately won 1st place. Of the dozens who passed the final round, only I answered that question," said Sahrul.