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Great!, IP UMY Signs Cooperation Agreements with Several Partners of Research-Based Student Service and Internship Programs

Yogyakarta (6/10) – In the context of implementing the Program Kompetisi Kampus Merdeka (PK-KM) with a student service scheme and research-based internship, the Government of Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta University (IP UMY) signed a cooperation agreement with several program partners in an activity entitled “Debriefing and Signing a Cooperation Agreement with the Partners of the Research-Based Student Service and Internship Program for the UMY Government Science Study Program”.
Coordinator of PK-KM IP UMY, Sakir Ridho Wijaya explained that the signing of this cooperation agreement agreed on several research and village development activities involving students in research-based internships and students serving.

“The signing of this cooperation agreement agrees on several student activities through research-based internships and student services, such as the period of implementation of activities, the rights, and obligations of both parties that must be carried out during the implementation of the activities,” said Sakir, who was met at the Amphitheater Lt. 4 UMY Postgraduate Buildings, Tuesday (4/10)
The signing of the cooperation agreement was attended by the Chancellor of the Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, Prof. Dr. Ir. Gunawan Budiyanto, M.P., IPM, Head of Government Science Study Program, Dr. Tunjung Sulaksono, S.IP., M.Si, the head of the service and his representatives and each of the village heads and their representatives.

Several partners involved in the signing of this cooperation agreement include district government agencies including the Office of Community Empowerment and Village Headquarters of Sleman Regency, the General Election Commission of Sleman Regency, the Regional Disaster Management Agency of Bantul Regency, and three subdistricts in Sleman Regency including Kalurahan Margo Katon, Kalurahan Banyurejo and Wirokerten Village.

The alumnus of Master of Government Science added that this cooperation agreement agreed on several student activities such as research-based internships carried out in several government agencies in Bantul and Sleman Regencies. The students serve to carry out activities in the form of community service in three village heads in Sleman Regency.

 

“This PKS has agreed on the form of student activities such as research-based internships at partner agencies with the output of scientific articles to policy briefs. Meanwhile, students serve to carry out community service activities in the form of strengthening BUMDes institutions to digitizing BUMDes,” added Sakir.


This PK-KM activity with a research-based internship scheme and dedicated students can be a substitute for courses that must be taken. The equivalent of Semester Credit Units (SKS) of this activity is calculated based on the implementation time as well as the contributions and roles of students as evidenced in activities under the coordination of the accompanying lecturer. The range of credits that students can get in this whole activity is 20 credits. (SIP)

 

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