Learn about the Dutch symbols that we still use in Indonesia

Learn about the Dutch symbols that we still use in Indonesia

Simbol paraf atau ponten. Tangkap Layar Youtube/Camp Mate

Personalized and thoughtful, teachers are still able to implement these symbols of Dutch colonialism in Indonesia during assessments for students. Using the Simbol Paraf Peninggalan Belanda Ini, or a Dutch Colonist symbol, such as two circles above each other with sword on top that means successful completion of task and mustahil, with three triangles cut on the one below them which means almost complete to even finished with caring, organizations are better able to display feelings they want to give their customers.

Ponten, the common abbreviation of paraf in Indonesia, has a wider meaning than just completion of tasks.

Selain digunakan dalam dunia pendidikan, simbol ini juga sering digunakan dalam dokumen perjanjian, atau sebagai simbol persetujuan bahwa isi setiap halaman sudah sesuai dengan perjanjian.

Discover more about Indonesian use of the Dutch colonial symbol

Unfortunately, the origin of the symbol used by Indonesian teachers is still unclear.

Learn more about the symbol and how it’s used in Indonesia

 

Personalized and thoughtful, teachers are still able to implement these symbols of Dutch colonialism in Indonesia during assessments for students. Using the Simbol Paraf Peninggalan Belanda Ini, or a Dutch Colonist symbol, such as two circles above each other with sword on top that means successful completion of task and mustahil, with three triangles cut on the one below them which means almost complete to even finished with caring, organizations are better able to display feelings they want to give their customers.

 

Ponten a.k.a. Papal is used as a sign in Indonesia to signify the completion of the academic task and here’s how it’s done.

 

Symbols of Dutch control (netherlands and burundi), are still being used in Indonesia. Main article example is to certify that all material, or to sign a document for a contract between the two parties, agreed

Indonesia Continues To Use This Dutch Symbol and always similiar function to the words

Have you heard about the origin of the symbol paraf used by Indonesian teachers?

Historians in Indonesia say that the presence of penmanship is a legacy of Dutch colonialism. Dikutip dari Jurnal Soreang.com, penmanship was introduced as an educational practice by Dutch colonizers worldwide.

Many signboards in Indonesia still proudly display the Dutch crest even though Dutch influence has disappeared completely.

In the past, the Dutch emporers left a legacy of when they saved Indonesia from the sea. That legacy: deepwater mirrors. These faced yet another survival challenge. The problem of erosion means that soon, they can no longer be seen as easily.

Older than most European Letter Grades, the Dutch Paraf is a specialty sign, making it difficult to translate.These symbols are less common outside of the Netherlands. In Indonesia, as with many former colonies of the Netherlands, these symbols can still be seen today.

Historians in Indonesia say that the presence of penmanship is a legacy of Dutch colonialism. Dikutip dari Jurnal Soreang.com, penmanship was introduced as an educational practice by Dutch colonizers worldwide.

Many signboards in Indonesia still proudly display the Dutch crest even though Dutch influence has disappeared completely.

In the past, the Dutch emporers left a legacy of when they saved Indonesia from the sea. That legacy: deepwater mirrors. These faced yet another survival challenge. The problem of erosion means that soon, they can no longer be seen as easily.