Regulation Of The Minister Of Education And Culture The Number 42 Year 2014

Original Language Title: Peraturan Menteri Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan Nomor 42 Tahun 2014

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BN 725-2014. doc REPUBLIC INDONESIA No. 725, 2014 KEMENDIKBUD. Shipping State Polytechnic. Surabaya. The Statute. REGULATION of the MINISTER of EDUCATION and CULTURE of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 42 by 2014 ABOUT STATUTE of the POLYTECHNIC of SURABAYA COUNTRY SHIPPING with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the MINISTER of EDUCATION and CULTURE of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: a. that in order to provide a reference in the management and conduct of the Tridharma colleges in Surabaya Country Shipping Polytechnic environment, the need to establish the Statute of the Polytechnic of Surabaya Country Shipping; b. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a, the need to set a regulation of the Minister of education and culture of the Statute of the Polytechnic of Surabaya Country Shipping; Remember: 1. Act No. 20 of 2003 on the national education system (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 78 in 2003, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4301); 2. Act No. 14 of 2005 about the teachers and professors (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 157 in 2005, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4586); 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 725 2 3. The legislation of the Republic of Indonesia number 12 in 2012 of higher education (State Gazette Number 158 in 2012, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5336); 4. Government Regulation number 19 in 2005 about education standards (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 41 in 2005, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4496); 5. Government Regulation number 4 by 2014 about organization of higher education and the management of higher education (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 16 by 2014, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5500); 6. Presidential regulation Number 47 in 2009 about the formation and organization of the Ministries, as it has several times changed the last presidential Regulation No. 13 by 2014; 7. Presidential regulation Number 24 of 2010 about the position, duties, and functions of the Ministries as well as the Organization, duties, and functions of the Echelon I Ministries, as last amended by regulation of the President no. 14 by 2014; 8. Presidential Decree Number 83/P in 2009 regarding the formation of a United Indonesia Cabinet II as it has several times changed with Presidential Decree No. 8/P by 2014; 9. Regulation of the Minister of national education Number 85 in 2008 about the guidelines for drafting the Statute of the College; 10. Regulation of the Minister of education and culture number 6 by 2014 about the Organization and the work of the Polytechnic of Surabaya Country Shipping; 11. Regulation of the Minister of education and culture No. 1 in 2012 about the Organization and the Work of the Ministry of education and culture as amended by regulation of the Minister of education and culture the number 69 in 2012; 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 725 3 decide: define: REGULATION of the MINISTER of EDUCATION and CULTURE of the STATUTE of the STATE SHIPBUILDING POLYTECHNIC of SURABAYA. CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this Statute are: (1) Shipbuilding Polytechnic of Surabaya Country, hereinafter called in 1988, is a college which organizes the education Commissioner in the leading technology and penunjangnya. (2) the Statute in 1988, is a budget base in carrying out Tridharma College used as guidelines to plan, develop, and deliver programs and activities in accordance with its vision and mission in 1988. (3) the Director is a Director in 1988. (4) the Senate in 1988, hereinafter referred to as the Senate is an organ that runs the function considerations and conducting surveillance in the management and organization of academics. (5) Unit Supervisor is an organ that serves to conduct surveillance of non-academic fields. (6) the Board is the organ of the Penyantun function gives the non-academic considerations. (7) students in higher education is a higher education diploma program that prepares students to work with a particular expertise applied to the undergraduate program can be developed and applied by the Government until the Masters program in applied or applied doctoral programs. (8) not only is Akademika is a unit consisting of Lecturers and students in 1988, surroundings. (9) the Chairman of the Department is Professor status of CIVIL SERVANTS who are assigned to manage resources on the Environment Department which oversees several programs of study. (10) the Chairman of the study Program is the lecturer's status as a CIVIL SERVANT assigned to manage the resources in a course specially prepared into the majors. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 725, 4 (11) is a professional educator and Lecturer of scientists with the main task of transforming, developing, and disseminating science, applied technology and shipping areas through education, research, and service to the community. (12) in 1988, Students are learners who are registered as students of the academic education, students, and the profession, the study in 1988. (13) in 1988, the Alumni are those who have graduated from a program of academic excellence, the Commissioner, and the profession from 1988. (2) the Minister is the Minister responsible in the field of education and culture. CHAPTER II the IDENTITY of the article 2 (1) in 1988, the College is in the environment of the Ministry of education and culture, under the construction of the Directorate General of higher education based in Surabaya, East Java province. (2) in 1988, was established in 1987 under the Faculty of Non Degree technology (FNGT) Ten November Institute of technology (ITS) Surabaya and named ITS Shipbuilding Polytechnic FNGT. (3) Shipping Polytechnic FNGT ITS Shipbuilding Polytechnic of Surabaya was turned into based on the decision of the Minister of education and culture of the Republic of Indonesia Number 0313/O/1991 regarding the Structuring of the University and the Polytechnic Institute in the country. (4) the Shipbuilding Polytechnic of Surabaya was changed to Polytechnic of Surabaya Country Shipping based on the decision letter of the Minister of State for Administrative Reform State number B-703/1/1995 1995. (5) the anniversary date set in 1988, seventeen in September based on admission of new students force first. Article 3 (1) in 1988, the symbol-shaped black earth, Sunrise Orange, three blue waves, and below there are the writings of 1988, blue as well as the writings of the POLYTECHNIC of SURABAYA COUNTRY SHIPPING is black. (2) in 1988, the coat of arms referred to in subsection (1) has the following meanings: www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2014, no. 725 5 a. Earth meaningful commitment carried out berorentasi on the results of the grounded (beneficial to humans and the environment) by observing the principle of Sustainability of the Earth (the sustainable earth). b. Sunrise meaningful lives that are essential and gives hope to play an active role in the life of society at a local and global scale. c. the waves meant natural forces belonging to the oceans as the arena implementation science and technology Musée. d. three waves of meaningful responsibilities in 1988, Tridharma College (education, research, community services). (3) the colors on the coat of arms referred to in subsection (1) has the composition and Color code: the color code Blue a. 0% (C:100 M:37 Y:0 K:42); b. 36% (C:100 M:20 Y:0 K:0); c. 76% (C:100 M:0 Y:0 K:0); d. 100% (C:0 M:0 Y:0 Yellow a. K:0) 0% (C:0 M:60 Y:100 K:48); b. 58% (C:0 M:60 Y:100 K:0); c. 100% (C:0 M:0 Y:0 K:0) Black with 0% (C:100 M:100 Y:100 K:100); b. 83% (C:0 M:0 Y:0 K:10); c. 100% (C:0 M:0 Y:0 K:0) source: Calculations with software coreldraw www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2014, no. 725 of 6 (4) in 1988, the coat of arms referred to in subsection (1) as follows: (5) further Provisions concerning the size and the use of the coat of arms is governed by regulations of the Director. Article 4 (1) in 1988, has a rectangular-shaped flag with the comparison of the length and width 3:2 blue tosca with color codes C:40, M:0, Y:0, K:0 and on the top left there is a coat of arms in 1988. (2) Flag as referred to in paragraph (1) as follows: (3) further Provisions regarding the procedures for the use of the flag is regulated by regulation the Director. Article 5 (1) the Department has a rectangular-shaped flag with the comparison of the length and width 3:2 different colored suit www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2014, no. 725 7 with each Department and on the top left there is a coat of arms in 1988. (2) further Provisions regarding color, color code, and how the use of the flag of the Department subject to the regulations of the Director. Article 6 (1) in 1988, has a rectangular-shaped pataka with size 90 cm wide and 60 cm high, blue color code with tosca C:40, M:0, Y:0, K:0 with the edge of the tufted yarn berwana Yellow Gold 7 cm in length, as well as ditengah-tengahnya there is the epitome of middle striped 40 cm in 1988. (2) Pataka as mentioned on paragraph (1) as follows: (3) further Provisions regarding the procedures for the use of Regulatory decisions pataka arranged with the Director. Article 7 (1) in 1988, has the hymns and mars. (2) the hymn in 1988 as follows: www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2014, no. 8 725 (3) Mars 1988, as follows: www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id


2014, no. 709.9 (4) the provisions of the Ordinance regarding the use of hymns and mars governed by regulations of the Director. Article 8 (1) in 1988, has the academic dress and dress alma mater. (2) Academic Dress as referred to in subsection (1) consists of fashion, the Senate leader, and wisudawan Polytechnic. (3) Academic Dress as mentioned in (2) the form of toga and Black Hat, necklace and other attributes. (4) Clothing in 1988, Alma Mater as referred to in paragraph (1) in the form of a blue jacket tosca with color codes C:40, M:0, Y:0, K:0 and on the left there is a chest emblem of 1988, as well as the songkok alma mater blue tosca with color codes C:40, M:0, Y:0, K:0. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 10 743 (5) further Provisions regarding the procedures for the use of academic dress and dress alma mater is set by regulation the Director. CHAPTER III the VISION, mission, goals, and DIRECTION of DEVELOPMENT of article 9 in 1988, Vision is "to become the Polytechnic Superior Reputable Global" article 10 Mission in 1988: a. students in higher education programs and applied research in the field of technology leading, supporting, and leading safety and occupational health (professionalism-sustainability); b. role in civic activities actively and productively, to develop technology leading, supporting, and leading safety and occupational health (good governance-professionalism); c. academic communities build quality that is able to compete globally (sustainability-professionalism); d. network working with the leading industrial sectors as well as the various institutions related to the realization of a comprehensive education system (good governance-sustainability); and e. integrate the development of personality in the process of learning and extra-curricular activities to increase faith and devotion to God Almighty and the glory of the moral (moral value). Article 11 purpose of 1988: a. produce graduates with the national standard of competence and/or international maritime industrial needs and/or supporting the leading industria; b. develop and disseminate science and technology Musée and penunjangnya through research activities and community services to support construction of the nacional; c. expand the learning opportunities for the community based on the principle of equity and fairness; and d. embodies the institutional sustainability of programmes by developing partnerships with industry, community and related agencies. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 725 11 article 12 (1) in 1988, have values that are shortened to the word SUCCESS, namely: S-Striving for Excellent (try to be the best) U-Uncompromised Integrity (integrity without compromise) C-Conquering Problem with Innovation (solve the problem with innovation) C-Consistently Discipline (consistent in disciplined) E-Exceeding Customer Expectation (providing the best for kostumer) S-Synergistic Teamwork (working together in synergy) S-Setting Down to Earth Result (focus on results that are beneficial to society and industry) (2) values the morale in the realization of its vision and mission. Article 13 (1) of the plan the direction of development in 1988, includes the following: a. a long-term development plan timed 25 (twenty-five) years which was poured in a development master plan (RIP), with target achievement in 1988, became a center of technology development of the reputable global shipping; b. medium-term development plan timed 5 (five) years poured in the strategic plan (Renstra); (2) the development plan under subsection (1) is subject to the rule of the Director. CHAPTER IV ORGAN COLLEGE Part One General Article 2 Organs in 1988, consists of: a. a Director as an organ of the Manager; b. the Senate as an organ which gives consideration and scrutiny of academic field; c. Supervisory Unit as an organ of surveillance in the field of non-academic; and 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 725 12 d. Penyantun Council as an organ that give consideration in the field of non-academic and development in 1988. The second part of article 15 Director Director as an organ of Manager in 1988, consists of: a. the Director and Deputy Director; b. Parts; c. for courses; d. Centre for research and community services; and e. the Unit Technical Implementers. Article 16 (1) a Director referred to in Article 2 letter a has the task of leading the Organization of education, research and community services as well as fostering educational personnel, educators, students, and their relationship with the environment. (2) to perform the functions referred to in subsection (1), the Director has the duty and authority to: a. drafting of the Statute with changes to be proposed to the Minister; b. develop and/or academic policy; c. drafting of academic norms for proposed to Senate; d. Drawing up a code of conduct not only is akademika for proposed to Senate; e. compile and/or change the long-term development plan of 25 (twenty-five) years in 1988; f. develop and/or change the strategic plan 5 (five) years in 1988; g. develop and/or modify the work plan and the annual budget (operational plans) in 1988; h. managing education, research and community services in accordance with the work plan and the annual budget in 1988; i. lifting and/or dismiss the Deputy Director and the head of the unit under the Director based on the provisions of the legislation; 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 725 13 j. dropping sanctions to not only academic who did the breach of norms, ethics, and/or academic regulations on the recommendation of the Senate; k. dropping sanctions to lecturer and produce educators who commit offences in accordance with the provisions of the legislation; b. fostering and developing educators and educational personnel; d. receive, dismiss, foster, and expand the learners; n. manage budget in 1988, in accordance with the provisions of the legislation; o. organized a management information systems technology-based information and communication that supports the management of the Tridharma College, accounting and finance, Student Affairs, kepersonaliaan, and kealumnian; p. prepare and submit a report to the Minister in 1988, conducting of accountability; q. the nurture and develop a relationship in 1988 with alumni, Government, local government, the users of the results of the activities of the Tridharma College, and the community; and r. maintain campus order and security as well as the convenience of work to ensure the smooth running of the activities of the Tridharma College; Article 17 (1) Organization, duties, and functions of the organs of the Director referred to in Article 15 use the provisions as set forth in the regulation of the Minister of education and culture number 6 by 2014 about the Organization and the work of the Polytechnic of Surabaya Country Shipping. (2) in 1988, can propose changes to organizational units of the organs of the Director referred to in subsection (1) in accordance with the requirements to the Minister. (3) change the organizational unit referred to in subsection (2) is designated by the Minister after obtaining approval from the Minister responsible in the field of utilization of State apparatus and reform the bureaucracy. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 732 of 14 Senate third part of article 18 (1) of the Senate as stipulated in article 2 letter b is the organ in 1988, running functions give consideration and academic supervision. (2) the Senate has a duty to give consideration to and conduct surveillance in: a. establish supervisory policies in academics; b. giving consideration towards academic norms proposed by the Director; c. giving consideration towards academic guidelines proposed by the Director; d. give consideration against that code of conduct proposed by the Director of Academica; e. supervises the application of the norms of the code of ethics not only academic and academic; f. give consideration toward academic provision formulated and proposed by the directors, on matters as follows: 1. the establishment of the new Department/program of study; 2. determination of curriculum study program; 3. determination of the academic requirements for the granting of academic degree; and 4. determination of the academic requirements for the granting of academic awards. g. supervise the application of academic guidelines; h. overseeing quality assurance policies and implementation of College, at least equal to the national standards of education; i. overseeing and implementing the evaluation of the achievement of the learning process, research and community services with reference to the benchmarks set out in the strategic plan j. give consideration and suggested improvements to the process of learning, research and community services to the Director; www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id


2014, no. 725 15 k. oversaw the implementation of academic freedom, academic freedom of the pulpit, and scientific autonomy; b. give consideration against the granting or revocation of academic honours; m. oversees the implementation of policy performance assessment of lecturers; and n. recommends sanctions against violations of the norms, ethics and academic guidelines by the lecturer to the Director. (3) in carrying out the duties and powers referred to in subsection (2), the Senate report surveillance results to the Director to follow up. Article 19 (1) the Senate is led by a Chairperson and assisted by a Secretary. (2) members of the Senate consists of: a. a Director; b. Deputy Director; c. the Chairman of the Department; d. the head of the Centre for research and community services; and e. the representative professors of each Department. (3) members of the Senate who come from Deputy lecturer of any Department as referred to in paragraph (2) be selected among professors with provisions: a. ≤ 35 (thirty five) lecturer is represented by one (1) Member; and b. 36 (thirty-six) up to 70 (seventy) is represented by 2 (two) members. (4) the procedures for the election of members of the Senate who come from Deputy lecturer as referred to in paragraph (3) is set in the rules of the Senate. (5) the Senate Membership referred to in paragraph (2) are assigned by the Director. (6) the Senate consists of: a. Chairman and members; b. the Secretary and members; and c. members. (7) the Chairman of a Senate as referred to in paragraph (2) letter a, ruled by members of the Senate are not derived from elements of the leadership organs of the Manager. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 725 16 (8) the term of the membership of the Senate for Deputy lecturer 4 (four) years and may be reappointed. (9) in carrying out its task of Senate may form commissions. (10) the Commission referred to in paragraph (9) was formed in accordance with the requirements set out by the Chairman and the Senate. The supervisory unit of the fourth part of article 20 (1) unit of the supervision referred to in Article 2 letter c is the organ in 1988, who runs the function of supervision of non-academic field for and on behalf of the Director. (2) in carrying out the functions referred to in subsection (1), a unit of supervision has the following duties and authority to: a. establish internal oversight program policies of non-academic field; b. to conduct surveillance against internal management education for non-academic field; c. compiling reports results of internal oversight; d. take the conclusion of the results of supervision; e. internal oversight reporting the results to the Director; and f. provide advice and/or considerations regarding the improvement of the management of non-academic activities on the Director on the basis of the results of internal oversight. Article 21 (1) the membership of the oversight Units amounted to 5 (five) persons who have expertise in the following: a. one (1) person in the areas of accounting/finance; b. one (1) person in the field of human resources management; c. one (1) person in the field of asset management; d. one (1) person in law; and e. 1 (one) person in the field of ketatalaksanaan. (2) the supervisory Unit consists of: a. Chairman and members; b. the Secretary and members; and c. members. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 725 (3) Surveillance Unit Member Requirements: a. the faithful and devoted to God Almighty; b. loyal to Pancasila and the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945; c. has a great sense of responsibility towards the future of the nation and State; d. have good moral, high integrity, and high commitment; e. have experience in accordance with their fields; and f. a healthier physical and spiritual. (4) members of the Supervisory Unit chosen and assigned by the Director. (5) further Provisions regarding the procedures for the election of the members of the surveillance unit set with Regulatory Oversight Units. The fifth section of Council Penyantun of article 22 (1) of the Board of Penyantun as stipulated in article 14 the letter d is the organ in 1988, who runs the function in non-academic areas of consideration and help the development in 1988. (2) a non-academic Fields referred to in subsection (1) include the Organization, human resources, administration, finance, public relations, cooperation, facilities and infrastructure, as well as planning and development (3) in carrying out the functions referred to in subsection (1) the Council of Penyantun has the following duties and authority to: a. provide consideration against the policy Director in the field of non-academic; b. formulate advice/opinion against the policy Director in the field of non-academic; c. give consideration to the Director in managing in 1988; and d. provide considerations in the development in 1988, associated with an increase in the competitiveness of the graduates in the industrialized world. Article 23 (1) the membership of the Board of Penyantun, consisting of: a. ordinary Members; and 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 725 18 b. Honorary Member. (2) regular member as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a consists of: a. one (1) person representing each Faculty Department; and b. one (1) person who represents the power of education. (3) honorary members as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b consists of: a. one (1) representative of the provincial government or the Government of East Java City of Surabaya; b. one (1) person's status as a former Director of the CIVIL SERVANTS; c. one (1) people representative of alumni; d. one (1) people representative of the student's parents Bond; e. 1 (one) person community leaders; and f. 6 (six) persons industrialist. Article 24 (1) the Council consists of: Penyantun a. Chairman and members; b. the Secretary and members; and c. members. (2) the requirements of an ordinary member of the Board of Penyantun as follows: a. Lecturer Vice Department proposed by the Chairman of the Department, and not currently serving as members of the Senate; b. representatives of produce educators proposed by the Director; and c. Has the competence in the fields of organization, human resources, finance, public relations, collaboration and infrastructure as well as planning and development. (3) the term of Office of a Board Member Penyantun is 4 (four) years. (4) further Provisions on the requirements of the Ordinance and honorary member of the selection board members Penyantun arranged with the Council Regulation Penyantun. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 725 19 chapter V of the ORDINANCE APPOINTING the LEADERSHIP ORGANS of the MANAGER, the Senate, the unit surveillance, and is considered part of the Public PENYANTUN COUNCIL of article 25 (1) Lecturer in 1988, ITS environment can be given additional duties as Director and Deputy Director, (2) Lecturer in 1988, ITS environment can be appointed Chair of the Department, the Secretary of the Department, head of the Center, and Technical Implementers head units. (3) the appointment of the Director, Deputy Director, head of Department, the Secretary of the Department, head of the Center, and Technical Implementers head units do if: a. the mutation; and b. organizational changes. (4) Mutations as referred to in paragraph (2) letter a, caused by: a. quit civil servant over the application itself; b. retirement; c. term of office expires; d. in his other; e. dismissed from CIVIL SERVANTS before the term ends for a variety of reasons; f. is undergoing study or other tasks more 6 (six) months; g. on leave outside the country dependent; and h. was unable to keep. (5) was unable to remain as referred to in paragraph (4) the letter h include the following: a. death b. sick that cannot be healed is evidenced by the Event Checker Assembly News Health civil servant; and/or c. are convicted on the basis of a court decision that has the force of law anyway because doing that is liable for criminal confinement. (6) change the Organization as referred to in paragraph (3) the letter b include: www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2014, no. 725 20 a. additions, changes, and/or reduction of the work unit; and b. a change form in 1988. (7) to be appointed as a Director, Deputy Director, head of Department, the Secretary of the Department, head of the Centre, or head Unit, a Professor of Technical Implementers must meet: a. General requirements; and b. specific requirements. (8) the General requirements for the Director referred to in subsection (7) letter a, in accordance with the legislation. (9) General requirements for Deputy Director, head of Department, the Secretary of the Department, head of the Centre, and the head of the Technical Unit of the Executor as referred to in paragraph (2) letter a, comprising: a. Professor of civil servants; b. faith and piety to God Almighty; c. physical and spiritually healthy as evidenced by the certificate of the doctor; d. the highest age sixty (60) years of age; e. have the managerial experience; f. not currently undergoing study for more than 6 (six) months or a study permit who leave College Tridharma duty expressed in writing; g. never are convicted on the basis of a court decision that has the force of law anyway because doing acts that threatened the lowest criminal criminal confinement; h. functional reinstated: 1) Associate for the Office of the Deputy Director; and 2) expert for the Office of the Assistant Chair of the Department, the Secretary of the Department, head of the Center, and Technical Implementers head units. i. willing was nominated as a Director, Deputy Director, head of Department, the Secretary of the Department, head of the Center, and Technical Implementers head units stated in writing. (10) the Special Requirements referred to in paragraph (7) letter b, set by regulation the Director in accordance with the legislation. Article 26 the Director, Deputy Director, head of Department, the Secretary of the Department, head of the Centre, and the head of the Unit Executing concurrently banned Technical Office www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id


2014, no. 725 21: a. other colleges; b. Government agencies; c. the company's State-owned enterprises or private; and d. any other term that may pose a conflict of interest with the interest in 1988. Article 27 (1) of produce educators in 1988, ITS environment can be appointed as acting structural or technical executing unit leader; (2) the appointment of officials and the head of the structural unit technical implementers do if: a. the mutation; and b. organizational change (3) Mutation as referred to in paragraph (2) letter a, caused by: a. quit civil servant over the application itself; b. retirement; c. term of office expires; d. in his other; e. dismissed from SCHOOL due to various reasons; f. is undergoing study or other tasks more 6 (six) months; g. on leave outside the country dependent; and h. was unable to keep. (4) was unable to remain as referred to in paragraph (3) the letter h include the following: a. death b. sick that cannot be healed is evidenced by the Event Checker Assembly News Health civil servant; and/or c. are convicted on the basis of a court decision that has the force of law anyway because doing that is liable for criminal confinement. (5) organizational changes as referred to in paragraph (2) letter b include: a. additions, changes, and/or reduction of the work unit; and b. a change form in 1988. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 732 22 (6) to be appointed as Acting Chairman for structural or technical implementers, units of produce educators must meet: a. General requirements; and b. specific requirements. (7) General requirements as referred to in paragraph (2) letter a include: a. produce educators civil servant; b. faith and piety to God Almighty; c. physical and spiritually healthy as evidenced by the certificate of the doctor; d. age of most high 53 (fifty-three) years; e. not currently undergoing study or study permit that leave more than 6 (six) months expressed in writing; f. never are convicted on the basis of a court decision that has the force of law anyway because doing acts that threatened the lowest criminal criminal confinement g. have managerial experience; h. educated Undergraduate perfect humility; (8) the Special Requirements referred to in paragraph (6) letter b set by regulation the Director in accordance with the legislation. The second part Director Article 28 (1) the Director is Professor of civil servants who were given additional duties as leader in 1988. (2) a Director appointed and dismissed by the Minister. (3) the Director is responsible to the Minister. (4) the term of Office of Directors is four (4) years and may be reappointed for one term; (5) the appointment and dismissal of the Director referred to in subsection (2) is conducted in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Article 29 (1) the appointment of a Director was done through stages: www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2014, no. 725 23 a. networking prospective candidates; b. screening of candidates; c. selection of candidates; and d. the appointment. (2) the networking phase of prospective candidates of Directors referred to in subsection (1) letter a is done by means of: a. shaping Senate Election Committee Director who came from members of the Senate; b. Election Committee identifying the lecturer to be eligible for appointment as directors and announce the results; c. qualified lecturers as stated on the letter b and are willing to enroll mandatory nominated Election Committee Director; d. Election Committee conducts the selection of appropriate administrative requirements and announces the names of prospective candidates that meet the requirements of the Director; e. when prospective candidates of Directors less than 4 (four), the Election Committee do the extension of registration of prospective candidates of Directors during 5 (five) working days; and f. when after the renewal term as stated on the letter e, the prospective candidates of Directors less than 4 (four), Chairman of the Senate with the approval of the Senate appoint professors who are qualified to be registered as prospective candidates of Directors. (3) the candidate screening Stage Director as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b is carried out by means of: a. the Senate set a list of four (4) candidates of Directors; b. the prospective Director as referred to in letter a convey the vision, mission, work programs, and the development of the upcoming Polytechnic before the Senate; c. the Senate do filtering by way of vote to determine three (3) candidates of Directors; d. In the filtering stage performs as stated on the letter c, any one (1) member of the Senate has one (1) vote; and e. the Senate delivered a three (3) name of candidate screening results to the Minister who comes to life history data and prospective work programme Director. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 725 24 (4) stages of selection and appointment of a Director referred to in subsection (1) the letter c and the letter d is carried out in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. The third section Deputy Director of article 30 (1) the Deputy Director is Professor of civil servants who were given additional duties as leader in 1988. (2) the Deputy Director was appointed, and dismissed by the Director. (3) the term of Office Deputy Director referred to in subsection (1) for 4 (four) years and may be reappointed for one (1) term, either for the same Office and/or the Office of the Deputy Director of another. (4) Deputy Director is responsible to the Director. The fourth part of the Chairman and the Secretary of the Department of Department of article 31 (1) the Chairman of the Department and Secretary of the Department appointed and dismissed by the Director. (2) the Senate form the Election Committee Chairman direction you come from members of the Senate. (3) the election of the Chairman of the Department referred to in subsection (1) consists of: a. the networking phase; b. stage filtering; and c. the stage of selection and appointment. (4) networking Stage as referred to in paragraph (2) letter a include: a. Election Committee identifying the lecturer to be eligible for appointment as Chairman of the Department and announce the results; b. a qualified lecturer as referred to in paragraph (4) had been nominated and willing to enroll mandatory Election Committee Chair of the Department; c. Election Committee conducts the selection of appropriate administrative requirements and announces the names of prospective candidates that meet the requirements of the Department's Chairman; and 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 725 25 d. when prospective candidates Chairman Department of less than 2 (two), the Election Committee do the extension of registration of prospective candidates for the Department Chair for 5 (five) working days to get at least 2 (two) candidate for the Chair of the Department. (5) the stage of the Screening referred to in paragraph (3) the letter b include the following: a. If the prospective candidates who register two (2) or more persons, then the Election Committee carry out the screening process conducted by the lecturers in the Department; b. filtering is done through a voting process by the concerned Department lecturers with stipulation of 1 (one) person has one (1) vote; c. filtering is done to obtain two (2) candidates Chairman courses earn the most votes; and d. the Election Committee proposed the 2 (two) candidates, along with the acquisition of voice Department Chair results filtering for submitted to the Director. (6) If after a period of extension referred to in paragraph (4) the letter d, Chairman of the Department of prospective candidates remain less than 2 (two), the Election Committee handed over a list of professors qualified as a candidate for the Chair of the Department to the Director to be selected and assigned as head of the Department. (7) the Director raised the prospective Chairman of the Majors who gained the most votes for the filtered set as Chair of the Department. (8) the prospective Chairman of the Department elected to appoint one of the lecturers in the Department to become a candidate for Secretary of the Department; (9) the term of Office of the Chairman and the Secretary of the Department, the Department referred to in subsection (1) for 4 (four) years and may be reappointed for one (1) term. Article 32 (1) the head of a laboratory/Workshop/Studio is appointed and dismissed by the Director. (2) the provisions on specific requirements and procedures for the appointment of the head of the laboratory/Workshop/Studio set up with regulation of the Director. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 725 Fifth head of Section 26 of article 33 (1) the head of the Centre is appointed and dismissed by the Director. (2) the term of the Head referred to in subsection (2) for 4 (four) years and may be reappointed for one (1) term. (3) further Provisions regarding technical requirements and procedures for the appointment and dismissal of the head of Centre is set in the regulations the Director in accordance with the provisions of the laws-invitation. The sixth section of the leadership element of the implementing Administration Article 34 implementing elements of the Us-led administration consists of: a. Chief; and b. the head of Subsections. Article 35 (1) implementing elements of the Us-led administration as stipulated in article 34 is a structural position. (2) implementing elements of the Us-led administration is appointed and dismissed by the Director based on the results of consideration of the Agency's consideration of the position and Line in 1988. (3) the terms of appointment, transfer, and dismissal from Office and in the direction of implementing elements of administration in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Section seven heads Technical Implementing (UPT) Article 36 (1) the head of the UPT appointed and dismissed by the Director. (2) further Provisions regarding technical requirements and procedures for the appointment and dismissal of the head of the UPT provided for in Regulations the Director according to the provisions of legislation. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id


2014, no. 725 Eighth Senate Section 27 of article 37 (1) the Chairman of the Senate are elected from and by the members of the Senate. (2) the Chairman of the Senate elected to appoint one of the members of the Senate as Secretary of the Senate. (3) further Provisions regarding the procedures for the election of the Chairman of the Senate is controlled by the rules of the Senate. Part the ninth unit of Supervision Article 38 (1) the Chairman and the Secretary of the Supervisory unit of appointed and dismissed by the Director (2) the term of Office of the Chairman and Secretary for the past four (4) years. The tenth section of the Board of Penyantun of article 39 (1) the Chairman and the Secretary of the Board of Penyantun elected from and by the members. (2) the Chairman and the Secretary of the Board of Penyantun set by the Director. (3) the term of Office of the Chairman and the Secretary of the Board of Penyantun for 4 (four) years. (4) further Provisions regarding the procedures for the election of the Chairman and the Secretary of the Board of Penyantun Board Rule set with Penyantun. The eleventh part of Organ-led dismissal of the Manager, the Senate, the unit of supervision, and the Board of Penyantun of article 40 (1) the Director, Deputy Director, head of Department, the Secretary of the Department, head of the Center, the head of the laboratory/Workshop/Studio, and UPT Head be removed from Office because his term ends. (2) the dismissal of the Director referred to in subsection (1), carried out in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 725 28 (3) Deputy Director, head of Department, the Secretary of the Department, head of the Center, the head of the laboratory/Workshop/Studio, and head of the UPT dismissed before his term ended because: a. unable to remain; b. the application itself; c. in his country to another; d. are convicted on the basis of a court decision that has the force of law anyway because doing that is liable for criminal confinement; e. temporary dismissed from civil servant; f. dismissed from the post of Lecturer; g. learning duties or other duties for more than 6 (six) months or a study permit in order to further study that leaves the task of Tridharma College; h. underwent a study permit outside the domicile in 1988, more than 6 (six) months i. on leave outside the country dependent; and/or other thing j. in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Article 41 (1) in the event of the dismissal of the Director before his term ends, the Minister designate one of the Vice-presidents as Director, to forward the remainder of the term of Office of the Director. (2) in addition to the duties and the powers referred to in subsection (1), the Director still perform the duties as the Deputy Director. Article 42 (1) in the event that the Director was unable to keep it, then to fill the vacancy the post of Deputy Director of the academic wing was designated as Acting Director. (2) unable to keep as mentioned in subsection (1) include the following: a. dies; b. sick that cannot be healed is evidenced by the Event Checker Assembly News Health civil servant; and/or are convicted on the basis of a court decision that has the force of law anyway because doing that is liable for criminal confinement; c. stop of the civil servant's own solicitation; d. in his other; 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 29 725 e. freed of the academic term; or f. dismissed from civil servant before his term expires due to various reasons. (3) the determination referred to in subsection (1) done by the Director General of higher education on behalf of the Minister. (4) the Senate at least 1 (one) months since the Director was declared unable to keep delivering the Helpers names Director to the Minister. (5) the Minister establishes one of the Helpers of the Director as the definitive Director with the longest term of 1 (one) year. (6) a Director referred to in subsection (4) in addition to running errands, Director in charge of preparing the election of the new Director. Article 43 (1) if the Director's term expires and a new Director has not yet been appointed, the Minister establish the extension of the term of Office of the Director until a new Director appointed over. (2) in the event that the Director ended his tenure and has entered the age limit pension civil servants as well as a new Director has not yet been appointed, the Minister designate one of the Vice-presidents as Director until a new Director appointed over. Article 44 (1) in the event of the dismissal of Vice President before his term ends as stipulated in article 40 paragraph (3), the Director of lift and set the Deputy Director. (2) Adoption and Vice-Director of the assignment referred to in subsection (1) is carried out in accordance with the provisions referred to in article 30. (3) a Deputy Director who continued the remainder of a term of more than 2 (two) years, counted as one (1) term of Office. Article 45 (1) in the event of the dismissal of the head of the Center before his term ends as stipulated in article 40 paragraph (3), the Director of the lifting and setting a Lecturer who meet the requirements as the head of the Centre to continue the remainder of the term of Office of the head of the Center. (2) the appointment and determination of the Head referred to in subsection (1) is carried out in accordance with the provisions referred to in Article 33. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 725 30 (3) the appointment and determination of the Head referred to in subsection (1) is carried out by the Director. (4) in this case the remainder of the term of Office referred to in subsection (1) more than 2 (two) years counted as one (1) term of Office. Article 46 (1) in the event of the dismissal of the Chairman of the Majors before his term ends as stipulated in article 40 paragraph (3), the Secretary of the Department is designated as the Chair of the Department to continue the rest of the previous term. (2) the determination referred to in subsection (1) is carried out by the Director. (3) in case the remainder of the term of Office referred to in subsection (1) more than 2 (two) years counted as one (1) term of Office. Article 47 (1) in the event of the dismissal of Secretary Majors before his term ends as stipulated in article 40 paragraph (3), the Chair of the Department proposes a lecturer from the Department concerned to be appointed as Secretary of the Department to proceed with the remainder of the term of Office of Secretary Majors before. (2) the determination of the appointment of the Secretary of the Department referred to in subsection (1) is carried out by the Director. (3) in case the remainder of the term of Office referred to in subsection (1) more than 2 (two) years counted as one (1) term of Office. Article 48 in the event of the dismissal of the head of the laboratory/Workshop/Studio as stipulated in article 40 paragraph (3), the Director of lifting a lecturer or a qualified local personnel as head of the laboratory/Workshop/Studio. Article 49 in the event of the dismissal of the head of the UPT as stipulated in article 40 paragraph (3), the Director of lifting a lecturer or a qualified local personnel as head of the UPT. Article 50 in the event of dismissal of a structural Officials as referred to in article 35 paragraph (2), the Director of produce educators appoint an eligible as Structural Officials according to the provisions of legislation. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 725 of 31 Article 51 (1) the Chairman and the Secretary of the Senate, and the Board's Oversight Unit Penyantun be removed from Office because his term ends. (2) the Chairman and the Secretary of the Senate, and the Board of supervision, Unit Penyantun, dismissed before his term ended because: a. the application itself; b. heavy levels of discipline penalties in accordance with the regulations; c. unable to remain; d. is undergoing study or other tasks more than 6 (six) months; e. leave outside the country dependent for civil servants; and f. other matters in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Article 52 determination of dismissal of the Chairman and the Secretary of the Senate, and the Board of supervisors, Unit Penyantun, as stipulated in article 51 is carried out by the Director in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. CHAPTER VI SUPERVISION and INTERNAL CONTROL SYSTEMS of article 53 (1) of the control systems and the internal oversight is carried out continuously through: a. activities are effective and efficient; b. the reliability of financial reporting; c. safeguarding of assets; and d. adherence to legislation. (2) internal oversight and control systems implemented in 1988, based on the principle of abiding principle, accountability, transparency, obyektifitas, and honest. (3) the provisions concerning internal oversight and control systems in 1988, referred to in subsection (1) and the mechanism of its implementation is governed by the regulations of the Director in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id


2014, no. 725 32 CHAPTER VII INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE SYSTEM of article 54 (1) internal quality assurance Systems directed to embody in 1988 to become world class students in higher education. (2) internal quality assurance System referred to in subsection (1), include: a. drafting standards and signs of internal quality assurance system in 1988; b. implementation of the monitoring and evaluation of the internal (monevin) against the process of education, research and service and devotion in the society, including the academic development programme in 1988; c. implementation of evaluation and internal audit against academic quality gradually and sustainably; d. implementation of coaching against quality assurance units in 1988, relating to the implementation of quality assurance. e. quality assurance unit helps educational institutions outside of 1988. f. as a work unit that is developing the quality management system of organization of college-level Polytechnic (education, research, and community empowerment, administration and management), including models of systems and instruments that are needed in quality assurance. g. as a work unit that set and enforce application of the quality standard of organizing in 1988, as well as performing evaluation periodically be level. h. as a work unit that monitors and evaluates the implementation of the quality management and quality assurance, as well as the guarantee mechanism of re-organization of quality management systems and quality assurance. i. as a work unit that develops quality management capacity in 1988, Manager, lecturer and produce educators. CHAPTER VIII ORGANIZATION of the TRI DHARMA Article 55 (1) Providence College Tridharma, among others: a. higher education Commissioner put emphasis on the establishment of the competence to handle the work practices – recognized by good practices, in particular field. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 725 33 b. applied research aimed at developing the knowledge, experience and the power of reason, and participate in solving the problems in the industry/community and generate innovation. c. community aimed at establishing relationships between the Polytechnic with the industry/community through mutually beneficial cooperation and is an effective vehicle of learning for faculty and students. (2) activities carried out proportionally Tridharma, integrated, monitored, accountability, and sustainable. (3) the sustainability of the activities carried out by the Director of Tridharma, with empowerment unit and assets in 1988, as well as the empowerment potential of society. (4) Organizing activities of the Tridharma based on strategic plans and the activity plan and budget. (5) In organizing activities in the fields of education, research and community service, the Polytechnics can hold of good cooperation with the domestic and overseas. Education is considered part of article 56 (1) in 1988, hosted the students in higher education based on the National Qualification Framework for Indonesia (KKNI). (2) provision of education can be held lectures, internships, seminars, symposia, panel discussions, workshops, and other scientific activities. (3) education in 1988, consists of Diploma, Bachelor, master of Applied Applied Doctorates and Applied. Article 57 the learning process can be organized by one of the course and/or integrated between Majors/programs of study in 1988, ITS environment and outside in 1988, with reference to legislation. Article 58 (1) education in 1988, organized by the learning weights expressed in units of credit. (2) the academic year is divided in two (2) semesters, semester i.e. the semester gasal and even. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 732 34 (3) the provisions referred to in subsection (1) and (2) are implemented in accordance with the legislation. Article 59 (1) 1988, implementing a PPL program (recognition of past learning). (2) further Provisions regarding a PPL program referred to in subsection (1) is subject to the decision of the Director in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Article 60 (1) 1988, implementing a distance learning (DISTANCE EDUCATION). (2) the provisions on the DISTANCE EDUCATION program referred to in subsection (1) is subject to the decision of the Director in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Article 61 (1) 1988 Curriculum developed and implemented competency-based/KKNI. (2) the curriculum referred to subsection (1) is designated by the Director with reference to legislation. (3) the competence referred to in paragraph (1) of at least fulfill the curriculum elements are as follows: a. the grounding personality; b. mastery of the science, technology, and the arts; c. the ability and skill work; d. attitudes and behaviours in the work according to skill levels based on knowledge and skills possessed; and e. the mastery of ones social rules in accordance with the options expertise in work. (4) the evaluation of the curriculum is conducted at least one (1) time a year and change the curriculum of at least one (1) times within 4 (four) years. Article 62 Conducting education on every academic year is done based on the academic calendar set out by the Director in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Article 63 (1) student learning outcomes Assessment is carried out to monitor the process, progress, and the improvement of student learning outcomes on an ongoing basis. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 725 35 (2) the provisions regarding the assessment of student learning outcomes as mentioned in subsection (1) is subject to the decision of the Director in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Article 64 (1) the language of instruction in conducting education in 1988, is the language of Indonesia. (2) a foreign language may be used as the language of instruction in conducting education in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. The second part of the research Article 65 (1) the implementation of the research activities in all areas is coordinated by the Centre for research and Community service. (2) the research referred to in subsection (1) to apply and develop the principles, procedures, methods, and/or models that have become the content of science, technology, and/or art. (3) the research activities referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) was carried out by not obeying the rules with Academica/academic norms and ethics in accordance with the principle of academic autonomy. (4) the results of the research done by not only academic to meet mandatory research dideseminasikan dharma through seminars. (5) the results of the research conducted by not mandatory written as Academica Report research results are stored in the UPT library. (6) research results can be published in the periodical scientific domestic or international scientific periodical quality and recognised Ministry. (7) type and publication procedures and the protection of research results is governed in accordance with the legislation in force. (8) research results 1988, recognized as a new invention after obtaining the recognition of intellectual property rights of the relevant authorities. (9) the provisions concerning the implementation of the research subject to the decision of the Director after gaining Senate consideration. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 732 36 part three Community Article 66 (1) Polytechnic community organizes activities in accordance with the educational objectives-oriented to national and regional development. (2) the implementation of the activities of the community as referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out by an individual or group which is coordinated by the Centre for research and public service institutionally. (3) the scope, type, and nature of the procedures for implementation of the community is governed in accordance with the laws applicable invitation. CHAPTER IX of the ACADEMIC FREEDOM and AUTONOMY of SCIENCE Article 67 (1) Academic Freedom, academic autonomy and freedom of the pulpit is the academic freedom that member owned Academica to be responsible and independently carry out academic activities related to the education and development of science, technology, and/or the arts; (2) in the exercise of academic freedom as referred to in paragraph (1) that each Member should be sought so that academic activities as well as the results can improve the implementation of academic activities of the Institute. (3) the Director ensures that each Member of the academic freedom and carry out academic freedom academic pulpit responsibly in accordance with the provisions of laws-invitations, and grounded by ethics and norms/rules of scholarship. Article 68 (1) the academic pulpit Freedom applies as part of academic freedom that allows not only is akademika convey in disseminating research results and deliver academic views through lectures, exams session, seminars, discussions, symposia, lectures, scientific publications, and other scientific meetings in accordance with the rules of scholarship in the field of science that is relevant. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id


2014, no. 732 37 (2) implementation of the academic freedom and the freedom of the pulpit are directed to establish the academic attainment of self development that academic science and/or technology. (3) not only is akademika can invite experts from outside to convey your thoughts and opinions in accordance with the norms and rules of scholarship after gaining the approval of the Director. Article 69 (1) Academic Autonomy is a scientific activity that is based on scientific norms and rules that must be adhered to by not only academic. (2) in order to develop the science and/or technology Polytechnic and not based on academic autonomy Academica. Article 70 of the embodiment of academic freedom, academic freedom of the pulpit, and academic autonomy in Polytechnics arranged with the decision of the Director pursuant to applicable legislation. CHAPTER X graduates, degrees, and AWARDS Article 71 (1) the students declared pass after the meet the requirements of appropriate conditions. (2) recognition and proof of graduation in 1988, gave a diploma. (3) a diploma in 1988, the shape of a rectangle with the size A4 (21 cm x 29.7 cm) with a white base color, with the coat of arms in 1988. (4) in 1988, Diploma students in degree, majors are listed and/or program of study and level of the program, in addition to the names of graduates who are written in full. (5) the detailed Shape of the polytechnic diploma referred to in subsection (2) and paragraph (3) subject to the decision of the Director. (6) the title given to a graduate Diploma of education consists of: a. Expert Pratama to graduate diploma program one, written on the back of a name with cite abbreviations A.P. b. Young Experts for a graduate diploma program two, written behind the name that has the right lists abbreviations a. Ma.; and 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 732 38 c. Associate Experts for a graduate diploma program, which is written on the back of a name with an abbreviation for A.Md lists. (7) the title given to graduates of applied undergraduate education is Bachelor of applied. (8) the degree master of education and doctor of Applied Applied adjusted to the legislation in force. (9) in 1988, can give the award to a person or institution that has seen its achievements in the field of very prominent academic and non-academic. (10) the procedures of awarding diplomas and awards as mentioned in subsection (2), (5), (6), (7) and (8) subject to the decision of the Director in accordance with the regulations of CHAPTER XI LECTURER and lecturer of PRODUCE EDUCATORS Considered Part of article 72 (1) consist of Lecturers lecturers and adjunct. (2) permanent Professors is a lecturer who is a civil servant working full time in 1988. (3) adjunct as referred to in subsection (1) is a lecturer who is not a civil servant in 1988. (4) the appointment, termination of Office, rank, career coaching, promotion, and rewards and sanctions based on the provisions implemented permanent lecturer legislation. (5) the provisions regarding adjunct as referred to in paragraph (3) subject to the decision of the Director. The second section of produce educators Article 73 (1) of produce educators consisting of produce educators representing civil servants and non-civil servants. (2) the appointment, termination of Office, rank, coaching careers, promotions and rewards and sanctions produce educators civil servants implemented based on the provisions of the legislation. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 732 39 (3) Provisions regarding the educational power of non civil servant referred to in subsection (1) is governed by the decision of the Director. CHAPTER XII the STUDENTS and ALUMNI of the Student Union Article 74 Section (1) admission of new students is done with regard for the capacity and do not distinguish gender, religion, tribe, race, social standing and economic ability level and implemented based on the provisions of the legislation. (2) admission of new students is done through acceptance and searches nationwide interest and talent, or other similar forms, hosted by 1988, in accordance with the applicable legislation. (3) a foreign citizen can become a student after fulfilling the requirements. (4) the provisions concerning the admission of new students as referred to in paragraph (2) and paragraph (3) subject to the decision of the Director in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Article 75 (1) Students have equal rights to obtain educational services and facilities to ensure a smooth process of learning. (2) the student is obligated to comply with the regulations and provisions in force in 1988. (3) the provisions concerning students ' rights and obligations are regulated by a decision of the Director. Article 76 Students can form a student organization. Provisions on the Organization of Student Affairs are regulated by a decision of the Director. The second part Alumni Article 77 (1) Alumni is those who have been declared one of the secondary education/program at the Polytechnic. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 725 40 (2) 1988, Alumni can form alumni organization called Alumni Association in 1988, abbreviated IKA in 1988. (3) in 1988, is part of the Alumni who are responsible for maintaining the good name in 1988. (4) the relationship between 1988 and alumni are organized based on the principle of mutual respect, partnership, and as a family. (5) other matters related to the decision of the Director based on regulated Alumni. CHAPTER XIII COOPERATION Article 78 (1) to improve the quality of the activities of the Tridharma College, 1988, can do work in the same field of academic and non-academic colleges, industry and/or other parties, both domestically and abroad. (2) the cooperation referred to in paragraph (1) is based on the principle of: a. national development interests; b. appreciate the quality of equality; c. mutual respect; d. result in increased quality of education; e. sustainable; and f. consider the variety of cultures that is cross-regional, national and/or international. (3) the provisions concerning the implementation of the cooperation referred to in paragraph (1) are regulated by a decision of the Director. CHAPTER XIV Article 79 FACILITIES and INFRASTRUCTURE facilities and infrastructure in 1988, includes all the goodies in the form of State-owned land for the campus and buildings and their contents, either hardware or software, which is used to support the smooth conduct of the Tridharma. Article 80 (1) management of facilities and infrastructure are implemented centrally and integrated. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 41 709 (2) infrastructure underutilized for the 56th education, research, and service to the community. (3) management of facilities and infrastructure are reported in accordance with the provisions on accounting and reporting system of the State-owned goods. (4) the use of facilities and infrastructure as mentioned in subsection (2) subject to the decision of the Director and in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Article 81 That academic and educational personnel have a duty to maintain and use the facilities and infrastructure responsibly, Sepik, and managed to. CHAPTER XV FINANCING Article 82 (1) Polytechnic Financing obtained from: a. the Government; b. community and other parties. (2) the use of the funds come from Government sources are managed in accordance with the provisions of the applicable legislation. (3) Costs obtained from the community and other parties comes from: a. tuition fees; b. the cost of entrance exams Polytechnic; c. results of the employment contract between the Polytechnic with the other party in accordance with its role and its function; d. donations and grants from individuals, government agencies or non-government agencies, or other parties; and e. acceptance of other people that are not contrary to legislation in force. (4) the use of the funds obtained from the community are organized and managed in accordance with the legislation in force. Article 83 (1) fiscal year 1988, following the Government's fiscal year. (2) Ordinance 1988, financial management is done by sticking to the principle of efficient, effective, transparent, and accountable. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 725 42 (3) of the Ordinance the financial management and accountability of government budgets and the State income tax is not done on the basis of the provisions of the legislation. CHAPTER XVI ACCREDITATION Article 84 (1) mandatory in 1988 following the accreditation is done by the National Accreditation Agency for higher education (BAN-PT). (2) the Chairman of the Department to facilitate the implementation of Accreditation Program of study. (3) the Director is responsible for implementation of the accreditation. (4) the accreditation referred to in subsection (1) is carried out in accordance with the provisions of legislation (5) to improve the quality of the activities of the College in 1988, Tridharma can follow accreditation carried out by independent accreditation bodies in addition to TIRE-PT. CHAPTER XVII TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS of article 85 (1) of all the Organization of academic and non-academic as implementation in 1988, is still held up by the Organization of the academic and non-academic adapted to the regulation of the Minister. (2) the adjustments referred to in paragraph (1) will be conducted at the latest within a period of 1 (one) year since the establishment of this Ministerial Regulation. CHAPTER XVIII miscellaneous PROVISIONS Article 86 (1) change the Statute in 1988, made in a meeting attended by representatives of all the organs in 1988. (2) the representative of an entire organ in 1988, referred to in subsection (1) consists of: a. the Director and the head of the organizational unit under the Director, as follows: 1) Deputy Director; 2) the Chairman and the Secretary of the Department; www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id


2014, no. 725 43 b. Chairperson, Secretary, and at least 2/3 of all members of the Senate; Chairman, Secretary, and one (1) member of Internal Oversight Units; and d. the Chair, Secretary, and one (1) member of the Board of Penyantun. (3) decision making changes to the Statute in 1988, based on deliberation for consensus and deliberation for consensus cannot be reached, decisions made through voting. (4) change the Statute in 1988, already approved in the meeting referred to in subsection (1) is submitted to the Minister to set. CHAPTER XIX PROVISIONS COVER Article 87 of this Ministerial Regulation comes into force on the date of promulgation. In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of this Ministerial Regulation with its placement in the news of the Republic of Indonesia. Established in Jakarta on May 30, 2014, MINISTER of EDUCATION and CULTURE of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, MOHAMMAD NUH Enacted in Jakarta on June 4, 2001 MINISTER OF JUSTICE and HUMAN RIGHTS of REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, AMIR SYAMSUDDIN www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id