Initiation of Student and Lecturer Service Cooperation, LPPM Udayana University Accepts LPPM IPB University
The Research and Community Service Institute (LPPM) of Udayana University (Unud) received a visit from LPPM IPB University in order to initiate a community service scheme (students serve and lecturers serve) and discussion of KKN activities, located in the LPPM Meeting Room, Lt. 4, LPPM Building, Jimbaran Campus, Thursday (25/11/2021).
The LPPM IPB University delegation was attended by 5 people, consisting of Assistant for Community Service and KKN-T, Dr. Ninuk Purnaningdih, MSi., and 4 people from the KKN Commission, Anna Vipta Resti MAuludyani, SP., Dr. Jakaria, SPt., MSi., Muhammad Syukur, S.K.Pm, and Daryanto, SE. The group was received by the Head of LPPM Unud, Prof. Dr. drh. I Nyoman Suarsana, M.Si, Secretary of LPPM, Ir. Ni Made Ary Esta Dewi Wirastuti, ST., MSc., PhD., IPM, as well as the Coordinator and Sub-Coordinator within the LPPM Unud.
Dr. Ninuk Purnaningsih, in this meeting conveyed the aims and objectives of the visit to Unud (1) to establish cooperation with LPPM Unud in the Domisi Thematic KKN-IPB Goes To Field activities; 2) Designing service activities involving Unud within the final framework of MBKM; and (3) Establish a joint KKN host between LPPM IPB Universitu and LPPM Unud based on service, participatory and sustainable innovation.
Meanwhile, the Head of LPPM Unud on the occasion conveyed the profile of LPPM Unud's KKN activities and the achievements of the activities that have been carried out, especially in the implementation of KKN. In a short discussion, it was explained how the implementation of KKN and MBKM as well as conversion courses.
At the end of the meeting, Dr. Ninuk Purnaningsih expressed his appreciation because he has gained a lot of experience regarding KKN activities and areas in Bali as a location for KKN collaboration, and he hopes that LPPM Unud can facilitate IPB University's KKN program in 2022. Bali is one of the KKN locations that will be offered to foreign students (in the Student Learning Program) students come from, as well as local IPB University students. Closing the meeting, the Chairperson of LPPM Unud hoped that what had been initiated could be carried out well and benefit both parties in supporting LPPM's performance.