Jakarta Governor, Anies Baswedan immediately responded to public complaints regarding technical problems at PPDB yesterday, Monday (7/6). So far, the system has been running normally again, so people can access it again.
This morning we prepared various steps in responding to problems are
On Tuesday (6/9), he and his rank once again held a meeting together with PT Telkom Director, Ririek Adriansyah, Jakarta Education Agency (Disdik), Jakarta Communication, Informatics and Statistic (Kominfotik) Agency, and Population and Civil Registration (Dukcapil) Agency, to conduct an evaluation.
"This morning we prepared various steps in responding to problems are. Alhamdulillah, now the system is working again. We're going to make adjustments, just make sure it goes well. We prioritize the element of equality of justice, a matter of time, there is extra time," he expressed, as quoted by Jakarta PPID's press release.
After the problem of submitting a registration account was resolved, he also had time to face the data synchronization process, despite it had also been successfully resolved.
"Yesterday's problem is part of the ongoing development. There is an update, thus people can fill out registrations, revisions, but there is a consequence (on the application). And now our team has resolved it," he explained.
He added that the anticipated registrants to take part in PPDB in Jakarta were around 300,000. Until 1:43 PM, it had touched 208,959, with details SD (45,276 submissions), SMP (74,012 submissions), and SMA/SMK (89,671 submissions).
He also instructed all ranks to support and monitor it in order to prevent similar case. He also called on residents not to worry as its registration had been extended to June 11.
"In essence, more than half have managed to get a registration account, and it is still open until June 11 at 2 PM," he uttered.