LANDSCAPE ADMINISTRATION PLANNING IN THE CAMPUS AREA, UNUD DOs BENCHMARKING TO UNNES
Semarang - As a first step in Landscape arrangement in the area of Udayana University Campus, Bukit Jimbaran, the Landscape Team led by the Vice Chancellor for Planning, Collaboration and Information Unud conducted "Benchmarking Landscape Planning and Development Planning", September 6-8 2018 at Semarang State University ( Unnes). The activities carried out by Unud are also aimed at supporting internationalization programs. The selection of Unnes as a benchmarking goal considering Unnes has some similarities with Unud and Unnes is also the best conservation-minded campus after the University of Indonesia.
Vice Chancellor for Planning, Cooperation and Information Unud, Prof. Dr. Ida Bagus Wyasa Putra, SH., M.Hum said that Udayana University as the oldest and largest university in Bali has a very large area and most of them are certified but still have some problems in managing it. In the context of internationalization the challenges faced are developing the campus layout, both in terms of vision, concepts and structures that are of international standard. The campus layout has a very important role in cooperation with the international community. Looking at the current condition and the limited budget and the location in the center of tourism, the concept of the campus block has been changed into a community campus that synergizes with the community.
Related to this, through benchmarking to Unnes, it is expected to obtain references in managing and organizing land at Udayana University. From Unnes is also expected to provide various inputs related to the achievements obtained in the development of a very green campus and has biological resources in the form of diverse and certainly rare trees and management in its management, so as to achieve a conservation-oriented campus ranking.
The Unud team on this visit was received by the Vice Chancellor for Unnes Planning and Cooperation, Prof. YL. Sukestiyarno, MS., Ph.D. On the occasion, the Vice Chancellor of Unnes explained Unnes' development plan as a conservation-oriented campus and an international cooperation strategy. As a conservation-oriented campus the physical conservation strengthening plan at Unnes is carried out through the concept of Green Zoning, management of water management, waste management, controlling emissions or air pollution, the use of renewable energy and the concept of green building. Campus landscape arrangement through the provision of comfortable pedestrian facilities that encourage unmotorized, connects pedestrian facilities to important zones, provides internal modes for green transportation and arranges all channels for water, cable, telephone and FO. (HM)