Ginanjar Saputra: From Campus Activists, Seed Traders, To Civil Servants

Ginanjar Saputra: From Campus Activists, Seed Traders, To Civil Servants
Ginanjar Saputra: From Campus Activists, Seed Traders, To Civil Servants

Ginanjar Saputra, who is familiarly called Anjar, began studying at the University of Lampung in 2008, he chose to enter the Teaching and Education Faculty (FKIP) Department of History Education, it was due to his love for the material in history learning.

In addition to liking history learning, this man who was born in Metro City is known as an activist figure on his campus, he is consistent in placing extra and intra organizations in his movements on campus, starting from the Islamic Student Association (HMI), Institute for Educational Studies (LKiP), Student Representative Council (DPM) and the Social Sciences Education Student Association (HIMAPIS).

He graduated in 2015 with satisfactory predicate, then made him realize the real start of life, with the minimum salary of honorary teachers, made him start a business selling fruit plant seeds, the business was named “Tabulampot Lampung”.

According to Anjar, the business, which is located on Jalan Darussalam, Langkapura Sub-district, is what led him to become a state civil servant (ASN), “consumers who need seeds are quite high, so thank God their business is successful. Thus said this single man.

From the seed income obtained, it attracted his interest to take part in the Guidance for Prospective State Civil Apparatus located in the Sukarame area of ​​Bandar Lampung, and attracted his interest in buying quite a lot of books, while selling seeds he took the time to read books and learn about tips and tricks. the trick to become an ASN.

“Alhamdulillah, with hard work and high spirits, and don’t forget to pray to Allah SWT, since the beginning of 2019 I have officially served as an ASN in Tulang Bawang Barat Regency, to be precise as a teacher of History subjects at SMP Negeri 3 Tumijajar, and a seed business. on Jalan Darussalam continues to be developed with a total of 8 employees,” he concluded.