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A conversation with Suyatno

A conversation with Suyatno, a forward-looking student of Nalanda School of Buddhist Teachers Training, Jakarta.

Background:

Set up about 40 years ago, the college is the oldest Buddhist religious teachers training institution in the country. \

      A smart-looking boy of 24 from Kebumen, Central Java, Suyatno has three sisters. He graduated from Public Senior High School I at Gombong, Central Java.

      Excerpts from a conversation we held with him on March 2, 2019 in the campus building and Lumbini garden, Pulo Gebang Permai Housing Estate, East Jakarta:

•        Q: Why are you studying at Nalanda now?

•        A: Because about 20 years ago I had the ideals of becoming a Buddhist religious teacher.

•        Q. What are your personal vision and missions?

•        A: I want to be successful in both my religious and worldly life.

•        Q. What’s the biggest challenge to your vision and missions?

      A: I think It’s all about how to control my mind.

     

•        Q. Where do you see yourself in ten years from today?

•        A: I think  I will be preaching the Buddha's teachings.

•        Q: What do you think you will you do after college?

•        A: I hope I will continue my study at Oxford University for my Master's and Ph.D degrees.

•        Q: What do you think about Nalanda School of Buddhist Teachers Training?

•        A: I think today it is good. It will be the best Buddhist teachers training college in the country in the next five years or so.

•        Q. Why?

•         A: Because it will keep improving itself by introducing more innovative teaching methods. For example, online Buddhist religious training, so that many more people can study under the School. 

Q    Q: Any recommendation to the School?       

M    A: Yes, just one: move the college  into a place somewhere in the city center. For example, West Jakarta where lots of Buddhists live now.

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For more info about Nalanda School of Buddhist Religious Teachers Training (or STAB Nalanda) and

Nalanda School of Traditional Medicine (or Nalanda Dharma Usada), click here, or

their website stabnalanda.ac.id https://www.google.com/search?q=stabnalanda&rlz=1C1CHBD_enID767ID767&oq=stabnalanda&aqs=chrome.0.69i59j69i60l2j0l2.6639j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8