GORONTALO - Students majoring in Accounting S1 UNG presented his research results at the Indonesian National Multiparadigm Accounting Forum (MAMI). In a forum consisting of experts and professionals in the field of accounting, 2 students majoring in Accounting S1 UNG presented the results of research linking Gorontalo culture and accounting.
In the forum held on 20-22 July 2017, UNG Accounting students, namely Marlin Padjili who presented research on the Meaning of Liability Based on Molonthalo. And Sri Nurma Ningsih Djailani with the title of research reveals social and environmental accounting on walimah tradition, became the only student representative who appeared at the National forum.
"From the many participants from the experts and professors who appeared in the forum, Alhamdulillah we became the youngest participants who participated in presenting our research," said Marlin Padjili when interviewed, Friday (27/7).
In the research topic presented, Marlin and Sri discuss about the cultural linkage and local wisdom of Gorontalo society with Accounting.
"Some people think that Accounting only deals with numbers and calculations, but in this study we are packing Gorontalo culture and associated with Accounting to produce a unique research," he explained.
The opportunity to present the scientific work became a pride for Marlin and Sri, especially the results of his research presented in front of the professors and accounting experts throughout Indonesia.
"Alhamdulillah as the youngest participant in the forum, our presentation received appreciation from the participants," he said.
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