Research

Thank you, we pray to Allah SWT for the opportunity given, so that the Research Guidelines book for the DPP / SPP funds of the FMIPA Budget Year 2019 can be resolved. In general, this book is a revision of the previous fiscal year guidebook. Revisions are adjusted to the development of needs. The fundamental revision of this edition is’ that the topic of each proposed DPP / SPP grant research should be part of the field in the 2017-2019 ‘National Research Master Plan (RIRN)’.

As one of the compulsory components of the Tri Dharma College, research must be carried out by all lecturers at least once a year. Therefore, it is expected that DPP / SPP funds can meet the needs of all lecturers to conduct research activities. It is hoped that this activity will help build the track record of the lecturers’ research, so that they can encourage lecturers to take part in national and international competition grants, and conduct partnership research with various institutions and institutions.

Intensive monitoring and evaluation (MONEV) from each department and reviewer is needed so that the quality of research can be accounted for. Freedom is given to the department to carry out the selection process and determine the proposals received, but must be accompanied by good MONEV.

Thank you to all those who contributed to the completion of this manual. Critics and suggestions are highly expected to improve this manual. Hopefully this guidebook can be a guide and useful.

Malang, January 30, 2019
Head of Research and Community Service

 

Dr. Sunaryo, S.Si.,M.Si
NIP. 196712281994121001

Community Service

Thank you, we pray for the blessing of Allah SWT for the opportunity given, so that the Community Service Guidelines for FMIPA DPP / SPP funds for the 2019 Budget Year can be resolved. In general, this book is a guidebook for the previous fiscal year which has undergone revisions according to the needs of the 2018 Budget Year with several additions in accordance with the development of needs. The basic thing about this edition is the hope that the Community Service Output of DPP / SPP funds can make a real contribution to UB’s ranking. Thus it is expected that with a limited number of budgets but still produce output that can contribute to the form of ranking of Community Service activities in UB. In general, Community Service activities aim to:

1). Dissemination and application of research results,
2). Education, service, and empowerment to the community and regional development and Real Work Lectures, and
3). Promotion and introduction of Study Programs / Departments / Faculties / Universities to the Community.

As one of the mandatory components of the Tri Dharma College, Community Service must be carried out by all Lecturers at least once a year. Therefore, it is expected that the DPP / SPP funds can meet the needs of all Lecturers to carry out Community Service activities even though it does not rule out the possibility of Community Service independently or using other competitive budgetary resources.

Intensive monitoring and evaluation (MONEV) from each department and reviewer is needed so that the quality of research and community service can be accounted for. Thus, the flexibility given to the department to carry out the selection process and determine the proposals received must also be accompanied by strict M & E, so that the output of Community Service activities can contribute to UB’s competitiveness and provide empowerment and tangible benefits to all stakeholders and the public .

Malang, January 30, 2019
Head of Research and Community Service

 

Dr. Sunaryo, S.Si.,M.Si
NIP. 196712281994121001

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