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Back COUNTRY SHEET Republic of INDONESIA No. 163, 2013 education. Higher Education. Bandung Institute Of Technology. The Statute. (Additional explanation in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5452)
REGULATION of the GOVERNMENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 65 by 2013 on the STATUTE of the BANDUNG INSTITUTE of TECHNOLOGY with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the PRESIDENT of the Republic of INDONESIA, Considering: that in order to implement the provisions of article 66 paragraph (2) of the Act No. 12 year 2012 about higher education, the need to establish a government regulation on the Statute of the Bandung Institute of technology;
Remember: 1. Article 5 paragraph (2) of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945;
2. Act No. 12 year 2012 of higher education (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 158 in 2012, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5336);
Decide: define: GOVERNMENT REGULATION of the STATUTE of the BANDUNG INSTITUTE of TECHNOLOGY.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this Regulation the definition: 1. the Institut Teknologi Bandung ITB is shortened further universities legal entities.
2. The Statute of the ITB is the basic regulation of the management of THIS INSTITUTION which was used as a foundation for preparing the operational rules and procedures in the ITB.
3. Assembly of Trustees hereinafter abbreviated to MWA is the organ of the ITB composing and set public policy INSTITUTION.
4. The Rector is the lead organization of the ITB organ and the management of THIS INSTITUTION.
5. Academic Senate subsequently abbreviated SA is the organ of the ITB that runs the function compose, formulate, establish policies, give consideration, and conduct surveillance in academics 6. The Audit Committee hereinafter abbreviated KA is an independently functioning MWA to evaluate the results of the internal and external audit over the conduct of the ITB for and on behalf of MWA.
7. The faculty or school is the set of resources which organizes and manages the academic education, students, clump in one profession or discipline of science, technology, and/or art.
8. The course is the unity of educational activities and learning that have the curriculum and learning methods in one type of academic excellence, education, profession and/or education Commissioner.
9. Dean was Chairman of the faculty or school in the neighborhood and authorities in ITB is responsible for conducting education in each Faculty or school.
10. Lecturer of professional educators and scientists is with the main task of transforming, developing, and disseminating science and technology through education, research, and service to the community.
11. The student is a student at the level of higher education in ITB.
12. Not only is Akademika is the academic community composed of professors and students of ITB.
13. Produce educators is a member of the public who are devoted and appointed with the main task of supporting the Organization of higher education in ITB.
14. The Ministry is the Government Affairs wing of Government in education.
15. the Minister is the Minister who organized a Government Affairs in the field of education.
Article 2 (1), ITB has the vision and mission that became the reference the development direction and the ITB.
(2) the vision of the ITB became a superior College, dignified, self-supporting, and recognized the world as well as guiding changes to increase the wealth of Indonesia and the world.
(3) the Mission of the ITB creating, sharing and applying the science, technology, the arts, social sciences, and the Humanities as well as produce a superior human resources to make Indonesia and the world better.
Article 3 (1) of the basic values of organizing activities of the Tridharma ITB covers: a. honesty, truth, and scientific excellence for the development of culture and civilization;
b. kejuangan, pioneering, and sincerity on the pencerdasan and development of the cultural life of the nation the sublime;
c. Justice, democracy, openness, freedom and human rights;
d. sustainable development;
e. partnership and kesederajatan; and f. benefits for the nation, States, and humanity.
(2) the principle of ITB consists of: a. accountability;
d. quality assurance;
e. effectiveness; and f. efficiency.
(3) the purpose of THIS INSTITUTION is to promote, develop, and disseminate science, technology, the arts, social sciences, and Humanities to the intellectual life of the nation in line with the community dynamics of Indonesia as well as the people of the world, while upholding the values of humanity, society, and the environment through the activities of the Tridharma.
Article 4 (1), ITB Tridharma organizes activities and other activities in an integrated, harmonious, and sustainable both inside and outside the domicile, ITB.
(2) the ITB conducts educational activities in the field of quality science, technology, the arts, social sciences, and the humanities in order to yield competent human resources, innovative, creative, trustful, virtuous, and noble character.
(3) the ITB conducts research with the moral and ethical high hold academic and intellectual property to contribute actively to the development of science, technology, the arts, social sciences, and Humanities, constructing new scientific knowledge, as well as serving the needs of national development and the wider community.
(4) THIS INSTITUTION organizes activities community quality and meaningful to dig and build the value and potential of the surrounding environment and community in various aspects of life.
(5) establish cooperation with ITB various parties in accordance with its mandate and identity for the benefit of mankind and the well-being and dignity of peoples notability.
(6) the provisions on the Organization of the Tridharma and autonomous management of the College are governed by rules of MWA.
Article 5 (1), ITB is the University research to develop science, technology, the arts, social sciences, and Humanities and recognised the world to promote and realize the nation is strong, unified, sovereign, dignified and prosperous.
(2) the ITB educate intellectual to build moral strength and wisdom in seeking and finding the truth and being able to lead the nation and actively participate in the Association world.
(3) the existence of THIS INSTITUTION provided an opportunity in a balanced way to prospective students of citizen of Indonesia which has the potential of all regions in Indonesia.
(4) the ITB was instrumental guiding the development and changes to improve the welfare of the nation and the world as well as responsive to the dynamics and challenges of the times through an innovative Tridharma, certifiable, and useful.
CHAPTER II is considered part of the IDENTITY Status, Position, and So article 6 ITB is universities legal entities that manage the academic field and the nonakademik are autonomous.
Article 7 ITB Bandung-based.
Article 8 on 2 (two) Mar is the anniversary (anniversary), ITB.
The second part of the coat of arms, the flag, the hymn to Mars, and article 9 (1), ITB has the symbol, the flag, mars, and hymns.
(2) the coat of arms, mars, and hymns as referred to in paragraph (1) are listed in the annex which is the part that is an integral part of this Regulation.
(3) further Provisions regarding the coat of arms, the flag and the hymn, mars, as referred to in subsection (1) is set out in the regulation of MWA.
CHAPTER III ORGANIZATION of the TRIDHARMA Considered Part of education article 10 (1) of education held by ITB is a kind of academic education of undergraduate, master's, and doctoral programs.
(2) in addition to organizing academic excellence as referred to in paragraph (1), ITB can organise students in education and education professions.
(3) the provisions on the Organization of the education of students and the education profession as referred to in paragraph (2) is set by Regulation S.
Article 11 (1) education was organized by curriculum that was developed based on the purpose of education in ITB, the goals of the program of study, the scope of academic courses, competencies, the challenge of local, regional and global, as well as of at least fulfill national standards of higher education;
(2) the curriculum is reviewed periodically and comprehensively as required as well as the development of science and keprofesian at the national level, regionally, and internationally.
(3) Provisions regarding the development and review of the curriculum, the academic year as well as graduation requirement of a course is set by Regulation S.
Article 12 the official Indonesian Language is the language of instruction used in the activities of the Organization of the Tridharma and administrative system at ITB with the use of a foreign language as supporting advances in science and technology.
Article 13 (1) of the nation of Indonesia, ITB student receive and/or foreign as learners in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
(2) the provisions concerning the Organization of the admissions selection set by regulation by the Rector after consideration of SA.
Article 14 (1) give a diploma to the ITB graduates from a course organized by THIS INSTITUTION in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
(2) graduates of THIS INSTITUTION are entitled to use the academic degree, the Commissioner, or a profession provided by ITB.
(3) the ITB can revoke a degree and a diploma has been given.
(4) further Provisions concerning the type, shape, as well as the granting and revocation of a degree and a diploma is set by Regulation S.
Article 15 (1), ITB may provide honorary titles and awards to members of the public who is considered to have outstanding merit for progress and development of science, technology, and/or art.
(2) the ITB can revoke an honorary degree and awards that have been given.
(3) further Provisions regarding honorary titles and awards, as well as the procedures for the granting and revocation of honorary degrees and awards are governed by Regulation S.
The second part of the research article 16 (1) of the ITB conducts integrated research with a mission of education and community services mission.
(2) research carried out in the form of an interdisciplinary research program, monodisiplin, and multidisciplinary.
(3) research program Funding comes from ITB and/or other parties as grants or on the basis of a partnership with ITB.
(4) the ITB was instrumental in the development of innovation and entrepreneurship based on research to improve the nation's progress.
(5) the provision of more about research policy is governed by Regulation S.
The third section of the Community article 17 (1) the community is one of the missions of ITB in the form of service and/or the cooperation of the community in accordance with ITB with academic competence.
(2) the orientation of the activities of the community is the application of science and technology and mastery over the art for nation-building, and participate in an empowering and advancing society.
(3) Community Activities implemented are integrated with educational activities and research.
(4) the provisions of the policy on community governed by regulation the Rector after consideration of the SA.
Part four Cooperation Article 18 (1) of the ITB can establish academic cooperation and/or nonakademik institutionally with the relevant parties, both from within the country and abroad.
(2) that support and facilitate ITB Academica to establish working individually or with a group of his colleagues at other institutions both within and outside the country.
(3) cooperation as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) made in responsible with the aim to improve the efficiency, effectiveness, productivity, creativity, innovation, quality, and relevance of the implementation of the Tridharma.
(4) the provisions on cooperation set up with regulation of the Rector.
CHAPTER IV is considered part of the General MANAGEMENT SYSTEM article 19 (1) organs of the ITB consists of: a. MWA;
b. the Rector; and c. SA.
(2) the MWA as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a delegating activities as well as ancillary activities throughout Tridharma and other supporters to the Rector.
(3) the MWA as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a delegate function determination of academic norms and policies, as well as the supervision of its implementation to the ITB SA.
(4) the provisions concerning the structure of the Organization and form of relations between organs of the ITB is governed by rules of MWA.
(5) the leaders of the organs of the INSTITUTION referred to in subsection (1) must not be concurrently the position as leader on the other organs of the ITB.
The second part of the Assembly of Trustees article 20 (1) MWA is an organ set general policy and supervise its implementation, ITB.
(2) a member of MWA must meet the following requirements: a. has the ability to maintain the existence, integrity, and sustainability of the SCHOOL;
b. has a good track record in the civic and academic life;
c. has the ability to maintain and build the relationship between Government, society, and the ITB; and d. have a commitment to maintain and develop their identity and values in ITB.
(3) the MWA has the duties and authorities: a. to approve proposed changes to the Statute of the INSTITUTION;
b. public policy INSTITUTION;
c. specifying the norm ITB and benchmarks the performance of ITB along SA;
d. Endorses the medium-and long-term plans, as well as the work plan and the annual budget proposed by the Rector;
e. supervises the management of the INSTITUTION;
f. appoint and dismiss the Rector;
g. approve proposed appointment of Vice Rector of academic affairs which handles presented by the Rector;
h. perform an annual evaluation of the top performance of the Rector and SA;
i. establish and build the network with individuals as well as external institutions;
j. appoint and dismiss the Chairman as well as KA members;
k. do endeavor to develop assets and wealth as well as maintain the financial health of the ITB-ITB; and l. handle or take the decision to the highest settlement of existing problems in the ITB.
(4) in the event of a final decision on the settlement of the issues referred to in paragraph (3) the letter l is not reached, the resolution submitted to the Minister.
(5) the completion by the Minister referred to in subsection (4) is carried out within a period of not longer than 6 (six) months.
Article 21 (1) a member of MWA amounted to 15 (fifteen) consisting of: a. the Minister;
b. the Governor of West Java province;
c. the Chairman of the SA;
e. the representative from the public as much as the 4 (four);
f. representatives of SA 4 (four);
g. the representative of as many alumni of 1 (one) person;
h. a representative of produce educators as much as 1 (one) person; and i. a representative of the students as much as 1 (one) person.
(2) the Minister and the Governor of West Java province as a member of MWA can appoint representatives in the performance of duties as a member of MWA.
(3) a member of MWA proposed by SA and authorized by the Minister.
(4) a member of MWA was appointed to a term of 5 (five) years and can be proposed again by the terms not exceeding two (2) consecutive service times.
(5) a member of MWA originating from student representatives are appointed for a term of 1 (one) year.
(6) further Provisions regarding the procedures for proposing and voting member of MWA MWA Regulations regulated.
Section 22 (1) Trustees MWA consists of: a. one (1) Chairman;
b. one (1) Vice Chairman; and c. one (1) Executive Secretary; selected from and by the members of MWA.
(2) the Executive Board of the nation of Indonesia should MWA.
(3) assuming the post of Superintendent of forbidden MWA stanzas as: a. leadership or officials on the structural position at the College;
b. leadership or officials on the structural position in the institution or institutions of the Central Government and regions; and/or c. officials at another position that could pose a conflict of interest.
(4) the Superintendent is MWA term of 5 (five) years and can be re-elected for one term.
(5) further Provisions regarding the procedures for the election of Trustees MWA MWA Regulations regulated.
Article 23 (1) a member of MWA has the same voting rights except in the election and dismissal of the Rector.
(2) in the election and dismissal of the Rector, Member of MWA Minister had 35% (thirty-five percent) voting rights.
(3) the Chairman of the SA and the Rector did not have voting rights in the election and dismissal of the Rector.
(4) further Provisions regarding the procedures for hearing and voting subject to the regulations of the MWA.
Article 24 (1) Honorary Member of MWA consists of at most 10 (ten) people.
(2) Honorary Member of MWA is the Government figures, public figures, figures of the business world, as well as other community members who have a high concern against ITB.
(3) honorary members are appointed and dismissed by the MWA taking into account input from SA and Rector.
(4) further Provisions regarding the honorary member of MWA MWA Regulations regulated.
The third Rector of article 25 (1) Rector of ITB run autonomy ITB in academics, governance, finance, and resources.
(2) the Rector of THIS INSTITUTION organizes activities all activities as well as ancillary Tridharma and other advocates to assure academic quality improvement LEARNING on an ongoing basis.
(3) in the exercise of autonomy as referred to in paragraph (1), the Rector is assisted by the following elements: a. at most 6 (six) the Vice-chancellor;
b. internal watchdog unit;
c. quality assurance unit;
d. implementing academic;
e. academic support;
f. implementing administration;
g. property management efforts and sustainable funding; and h. other elements are needed.
(4) the President is responsible to the MWA.
(5) the Rector is assisted at least by the Vice-Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Vice-Chancellor who is handling the Financial Affairs and resources.
(6) the requirements of the Vice-Chancellor and the leadership element of the Provost established by the Rector.
(7) the provisions concerning the quantity, nomenclature, as well as details of the duties and authorities of the Deputy Rector of the regulated by regulation by the Rector.
(8) the Vice-chancellor is appointed and dismissed by the President.
(9) the appointment of the Deputy Rector of the academic field dealing with mandatory approval MWA.
(10) the term of the Rector and Vice Rector is 5 (five) years and can be re-elected for one term.
(11) further Provisions regarding nomenclature, forming, organizing, changing, and closing element under Rules set by the Rector of the Rector.
Article 26 the Rector must meet the following requirements: a. academic education doctorate degree (S3) of College accredited domestic or foreign universities that recognized its quality by the Ministry;
b. hasn't aged sixty (60) years of age at the time appointed Rector on the schedule that has been established;
c. physical and spiritually healthy to perform tasks as Rector according to doctors and psychologists;
d. never are convicted on the basis of a court decision that has the force of law remains for committing acts that threatened imprisonment;
e. have a good self integrity;
f. have the vision, insight, and interest in the development of THIS INSTITUTION;
g. understand the education system ITB and national;
h. have the managerial and entrepreneurial competences; and i. has a track record of academic excellence and leadership.
Article 27 (1) the Rector is elected, appointed, and dismissed by the MWA.
(2) the Rector appointed by the MWA through the selection process of candidates proposed by the Rector of the SA.
(3) the selection process was conducted in consultation with acclamation or by voting.
(4) the election of the Rector was implemented by MWA at least 3 (three) months before the term of Office of the previous President expires.
(5) establish and appoint the Rector of MWA at least 3 (three) months after the selection process is completed.
(6) the Office of Rector of the ends if: a. the ending of his term or age 65 (sixty-five) years;
c. unable to stay: d. resigned;
e. dismissed; or f. breaking the code of ethics of ITB.
(7) the Rector is also prohibited: a. position on legal education and higher education;
b. position on government agencies or local governments; or c. the Office may give rise to conflict with the interests of the ITB.
(8) further Provisions regarding the procedures for networking, selection, appointment, and termination of Rector is set by regulation MWA.
Article 28 (1) in the event of a President unable to not remain, tasks and authorities of the Rector is executed while the Vice-Chancellor by which handle the academics.
(2) in the case of Rector was unable to keep and the rest of his time in Office the longest one (1) year, the Vice-Chancellor which handle academic field was appointed the new Rector by MWA up to end the term of the President who was unable to keep.
(3) in the case of Rector was unable to keep and the rest of his term more than 1 (one) year, then conducted the election of the new President.
Article 29 (1) authorized the Rector to act out for and on behalf of ITB.
(2) the Rector not authorized is acting out represent ITB if: a. the matter occurred in front of the Court between ITB and the Rector;
b. Rector have interests that conflict with the ITB;
c. do any act in violation of the provisions of the legislation; or d. do deeds harmful ITB and banned by the MWA.
(3) in the case of a State referred to in paragraph (2) MWA appoints to represent the interests of THIS INSTITUTION.
Article 30 the Rector has the duty and authority to: a. develop and/or set a policy of Tridharma venue;
b. compose the academic policies in accordance with the direction set by the the SA;
c. academic policy proposes to SA;
d. Drawing up a code of conduct for ITB produce educators;
e. Drawing up the code of conduct for student LEARNING;
f. drafting strategic plans ITB to proposed and enacted by the MWA;
g. develop and/or modify the work plan and budget of the ITB strategic plan, based on the ITB, to proposed and enacted by the MWA;
h. Organization of the Tridharma manage in accordance with the work plan and budget of ITB;
i. lifting and/or dismiss the Vice Rector, head of the unit under the ITB Rector, and employees based on the Statute and in accordance with the provisions of the legislation;
j. dropping sanctions to not only academic who did the breach of norms, ethics, and/or academic rules, in accordance with the statutes, Rules, regulations, Rector of MWA, as well as in accordance with the provisions of the legislation;
k. dropping sanctions to employees and students who commit offences in accordance with the Statute, regulation, rule, Rector of MWA and the provisions and regulations;
b. acting out for and on behalf of THIS INSTITUTION in accordance with the provisions of the Statute;
d. manage the entire wealth of the ITB and optimally make use of them for the benefit of ITB;
n. lift, transfer, lay off, build, and develop employees ITB;
o. accept, dismiss, foster, and expand student;
p. organizes accounting and financial reporting transparent and accountable INSTITUTION in accordance with the applicable accounting standards;
q. organises a reliable management information system which supports the Organization of the Tridharma, Student Affairs, kealumnian, accounting and finance, kepersonaliaan, as well as infrastructure and facilities;
r. deliver and guarantee his ITB annual report to MWA;
s. proposed the appointment of a great teacher to the Minister in accordance with the provisions of regulation perundangan-undangan;
t. foster and develop a good relationship with the alumni of ITB, Government, local government, businesses, and communities as well as developing national and international networking;
the u.s. may file a proposal for drafting the Regulation or changes to MWA MWA; and v. business unit and managing sustainable funds ITB.
The fourth part of the academic Senate of article 31 (1) SA functioning organ is set the norm and academic policy and oversees implementation of ITB.
(2) SA has the duty and authority to: a. develop and establish norms, academic policies, academic development and direction;
b. oversee the policies and implementation of academic activities by ITB based on norms and directions set out SA;
c. Drawing up a code of conduct not only academic INSTITUTION;
d. establish academic policies regarding: 1) the curriculum of courses;
2) academic requirements for opening and closing programs of study;
3) academic requirements for awarding academic degrees; and 4) academic requirements for the granting of academic awards;
e. supervises the implementation of academic policy as mentioned in d;
f. oversee quality assurance policies and implementation of the higher education INSTITUTION;
g. supervise and evaluate the achievement of the process of education, research and community services with reference to the benchmarks set out in the strategic plan, and suggest improvements to the proposal of the Rector;
h. supervise the implementation of academic freedom, academic freedom of the pulpit, and scientific autonomy;
i. recommends the granting or revocation of honorary degrees;
j. supervise the implementation of the academic code of conduct;
k. oversees the implementation of policy performance assessment of lecturers;
b. give consideration to the Rector in proposing a great teacher;
m. recommends sanctions against violations of the norms, ethics and academic rules by not only academic INSTITUTION to the Rector;
n. Drawing up long-term plans ITB Rector together, then proposed to MWA;
o. give consideration to MWA about the strategic plan, as well as the work plan and proposed budget by the Rector;
p. giving consideration to the academic performance of MWA Rector;
q. give consideration to MWA MWA Regulations or proposals about changes proposed by the Rector;
r. proactively capture and pay attention to the views of the academic community and the general public;
s. devised and proposed regulations in the field of academic policy MWA; and t. annual activity report of the SA to MWA.
Article 32 (1) the composition of the members of the SA consists of: a. a lecturer was elected representing the fields and is seen being able to carry out its functions and duties as a member of the SA in accordance with the criteria set out in this Regulation; and b. The Rector, the Vice-Chancellor, and the Dean.
(2) the Commission may establish SA, and a Special Committee/limited for a variety of interests policy and academic oversight.
(3) SA can form a forum that included all the great teachers great teacher with duties and authorities: a. developing academic thinking for the resolution of the problems of the nation;
b. develop concepts and scientific thoughts about the future; and c. maintaining and developing the tradition of the great value of ITB.
(4) the provisions concerning the fittings SA, voting, and procedures for decision making by voting is regulated in the regulations S.
Article 33 (1) a member of the SA must fulfil the following requirements: a. has the vision, insight, interest and academic development;
b. understand the education system ITB and national education;
c. have a track record and a good academic wisdom; and d. have experience developing institution.
(2) the membership of the SA terminates if: a. the ending of his term;
c. unable to remain;
d. resigned; or e. breaking the code of ethics of ITB.
(3) the appointment and dismissal of the members of the SA passed by MWA upon proposal of SA.
(4) further Provisions concerning the composition of the members, election, appointment, termination, reimbursement, obligations and rights of the members of the SA is governed by rules of MWA.
Article 34 (1) SA is led by a Chairperson and a Secretary of the remaining members, elected from and by the members.
(2) a member of the SA are derived from the elements referred to in Article 32 paragraph (1) letter b can not be chosen as the Chairman.
(3) the term of Office of the Chairman, the Secretary, and a member of the SA is 5 (five) years and can be re-elected for one term.
(4) the Confirmation of appointment and dismissal of the Chairman and the Secretary of the SA was done by MWA.
(5) the provisions on the selection, appointment, dismissal, and the replacement of the Chairman and the Secretary of the SA is governed by Regulation S.
(6) the proceedings and decision-making of the SA in carrying out the duties and functions assigned by Regulation S.
The fifth part of the Audit Committee of article 35 (1) MWA form KA.
(2) KA is the completeness of the MWA independently and periodically monitor and/or mensupervisi internal and external audit process over the conduct of the INSTITUTION, as well as carry out the function of risk management.
(3) a RAILWAY led by a member of MWA and liable to MWA.
(4) the number of members including the Chairman RAILWAY is 5 (five) persons, which consists of experts in accounting, financial experts, legal experts, and academics.
(5) the members and leadership of the KA is appointed and dismissed by the MWA.
(6) the auditor of a public RAILWAY can point to carry out the auditing organization of the ITB.
(7) submit annual reports to the KA MWA.
(8) further Provisions regarding the Regulation of RAILWAY arranged with MWA.
The sixth section of the Workforce Article 36
(1) employees of the ITB is composed of Professors and Educational Personnel.
(2) an employee referred to in subsection (1) consists of: a. the civil servants are employed;
b. permanent employees; and c. an employee is not fixed.
(3) civil servant employed as referred to in paragraph (2) letter a are civil servants who are eligible have been determined to be hired as an employee of ITB.
(4) the salary of the civil servants employed as referred to in paragraph (2) letter a, paid in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
(5) the Officers and employees does not remain fixed as referred to in paragraph (2) letter b and the letter c is regulated by regulation of the President.
(6) Officers and employees does not remain fixed as referred to in paragraph (2) letter b and c letters must make a work agreement with the Rector of ITB.
(7) the agreement referred to in subsection (4) is based on the provisions of the legislation, at least contain: a. the position of the parties;
b. rights and obligations of the parties; and c. the procedures for the appointment and dismissal of employees.
Article 37 (1), ITB should build and develop a staffing system that includes: a. a staffing management include: 1. the type and amount of work;
2. performance measures for each type of work;
3. performance assessment procedures; and 4. admission procedure, adoption, fostering, penjenjangan and career, as well as the dismissal of employees.
b. institutional personnel in the form of units or any other name that runs the management of staffing.
(2) the staffing System as referred to in paragraph (1) are open, no tribe, religion, race and class, and based on performance.
(3) required to provide employee earnings ITB-ITB in accordance with qualifications, competence, and performance based on financial capabilities of ITB.
(4) provision of more about the staffing system is governed by the regulation of the Rector.
Article 38 (1) of produce educators consisting of researchers, library personnel, laboratory personnel, technicians, administrative personnel, personnel of the profession, as well as power as other works on the ITB as needed.
(2) further Provisions concerning adoption, penjenjangan, management, and enforcement of discipline of produce educators are set by regulation by the Rector.
Article 39 (1) foreign citizens can be employed as a teacher or an educational institution based on the requirements of the education, expertise, and ability after fulfilled the requirements in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
(2) the provisions concerning adoption, penjenjangan, management, and enforcement of the discipline of foreign nationals employed as a lecturer or produce educators set by regulation by the Rector.
The seventh section of the students and Alumni of article 40 (1) the student is an adult employee who has academic freedom to develop themselves through a process of education and social interaction in the academic community, ITB.
(2) Students to be part of the academic community along with other components of the ITB implement Tridharma.
(3) Students participated maintaining academic values, moving his changes in the life of society, and the continued struggles of the nation.
Article 41 (1) every student has equal rights to obtain educational services and facilities to ensure a smooth process of learning.
(2) every student is obliged to comply with all the norms of education, regulations, and applicable provisions in ITB.
(3) further Provisions on the rights, obligations and responsibilities of Students are set by regulation by the Rector.
Article 42 (1) in the framework of the development of talents, interests, skills, and personality, ITB provides facilities to students, to make extra activities and kokurikuler.
(2) Students can form a student organization that is of, by, and for the students who are part of the academic community in ITB.
(3) Student Organization referred to in subsection (2) is required to register and follow the entire regulations in ITB.
(4) provision of more about student organizations set up with ITB Rector Regulations.
Article 43 (1) of ITB Alumni are those who never live educational programs held by ITB with the minimum period of education is governed by the regulation of the Rector.
(2) citizens are part of the Alumni of ITB who were responsible for maintaining the good name of ITB and actively participate in advancing the ITB.
(3) the relationship between ITB and the alumni are organized based on the principle of mutual respect, partnership, and as a family.
(4) further Provisions concerning kealumnian set by regulation by the Rector.
Chapter V INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE SYSTEM of Part One General Article 44 (1) of the guaranteeing system of applying ITB internal quality enhancement efforts as ITB on an ongoing basis.
(2) internal quality assurance System is implemented through the setting of quality standards, implementation of quality standards, product quality, evaluation and improvement of quality standards.
(3) the application of the internal quality assurance system coordinated by a quality assurance unit.
(4) provision of more on the internal quality assurance systems and quality assurance unit organization governed by regulation by the Rector.
The second part of the Internal control and Supervision System of article 45 internal control and supervision system of the ITB is an integral process in actions and activities performed continuously by the leadership and all employees of the INSTITUTION to provide adequate confidence over the goal of the Organization through effective and efficient activities, the reliability of financial reporting, safeguarding the assets of the State, and adherence to the provisions of the legislation.
Article 46 (1) the purpose of the system of internal control and supervision of the ITB is: a. ensure financial management and accountable assets;
b. ensure the efficiency of the utilization of resources; and c. ensure the accuracy of the data and information resources for decision making.
(2) the system of internal control and supervision of the ITB executed based on the principle of abiding principle, accountability, transparency, objectivity, honestly, and coaching.
(3) the scope of the system of internal control includes academics and ITB nonakademik.
(4) the scope of the internal oversight system ITB consists of fields: a. financial;
b. asset; and c. staffing.
(5) the system of internal control and supervision of the ITB is meant to help the leadership of THIS INSTITUTION in conducting surveillance activities process independent of ITB, as well as providing consultation, recommendations, and proposals for sustainable improvement.
(6) the system of control and supervision of the internal audit implementation coordination include ITB conducted by other auditors.
(7) the application of the system of internal control and supervision of the ITB coordinated by the internal oversight unit of ITB.
(8) Provisions on control systems and the internal oversight mechanism and its application of ITB is governed by regulations of the Rector.
The third part of the Accountability and oversight of article 47 (1) public accountability ITB consists of academic accountability and accountability nonakademik.
(2) compulsory public accountability is realized at least by: a. providing educational services that at least meets the national standard of higher education;
b. organise the governance of colleges based on best practices and can be accounted for;
c. drafting of financial statements timely ITB, according to applicable accounting standards, as well as in audits by public accountants; and d. do other reporting in a transparent, timely, and accountable.
Article 48 (1) the annual financial statement audited by public accounting ITB.
(2) the annual financial report referred to in subsection (1) is part of the annual report are an integral part of ITB.
(3) the annual financial report referred to in paragraph (1) was announced to the public.
(4) the Administration and management of the audit referred to in subsection (1) is the responsibility of the Rector.
CHAPTER VI CODE of CONDUCT Article 49 (1) of the code of ethics applicable in ITB consists of: a. a code of conduct ITB;
b. code of ethics Lecturer in ITB;
c. code of ethics of produce educators ITB; and d. ITB Student Code of conduct.
(2) the code of conduct contains a binding norm ITB all those who take shelter under the name ITB or acting on behalf of ITB.
(3) code of ethics Lecturer in ITB contains norms that bind individually Lecturer in academic activities.
(4) the code of ethics of produce educators ITB contains a binding norm of produce educators individually in support of organizing ITB.
(5) the student code of conduct contains a binding norm ITB Students individually in carrying out activities of academic and Student Affairs at ITB.
(6) the code of conduct drawn up by the the SA and ITB are set by regulation MWA.
(7) code of ethics lecturer in ITB compiled by SA and set with Regulation MWA.
(8) the code of ethics of produce educators ITB Rector and composed by fixed rules of MWA.
(9) the code of conduct drawn up by the Rector of ITB students and established with the regulation of MWA.
CHAPTER VII FORMS and PROCEDURES for the DETERMINATION of the regulation, article 50 (1) in addition to the applicable laws and regulations, applicable internal regulations, ITB.
(2) the internal regulations of the INSTITUTION referred to in subsection (1), include: a. the regulation of MWA;
b. Regulation of Rector; and c. Regulation Of SA.
(3) the provisions concerning the procedures for the establishment of internal regulations ITB as mentioned on paragraph (2) subject to the regulations of the MWA.
CHAPTER VIII FUNDING and WEALTH is considered part of the Funding Paragraph 1 funding source of article 51 (1) the Government provides funds for the Organization of higher education by the ITB is allocated in the budget of the State expenditures and revenues.
(2) in addition to the allocated in the budget of the State expenditures and revenues referred to in subsection (1), ITB's funding can come from: a. the community;
b. the costs of education;
c. cooperation Tridharma;
d. the Fund management business and timeless;
e. country wealth management provided by the Government and local authorities for the benefit of the development of higher education; and/or f. another legitimate source.
(3) the receipt of funds from the INSTITUTION as referred to in paragraph (2) is earning a managed autonomously ITB.
(4) acceptance of THIS INSTITUTION as referred to in subsection (2) does not constitute the acceptance of the State is not a tax.
(5) in addition to the funding referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2), ITB may receive funding through the budget revenue and shopping area.
Article 52 (1) funding for research activities and community services can be provided to the Government INSTITUTION through the assignment and/or competitions.
(2) the working relationship between the Government and the INSTITUTION for the implementation of research activities and community services as referred to in subsection (1) done with the implementation of performance-based contracts.
Article 53 (1), ITB provides and manages the assistance: a. tuition fees for students who are less able to economically; and/or b. scholarships for high achieving students.
(2) the source of funds to help with the cost of education and scholarship as referred to in paragraph (1) may come from the Government, local governments, industry, communities, and/or from ITB.
(3) the provisions concerning aid tuition fees and scholarships as well as the requirements for students who can receive it regulated in the regulations by the Rector.
Paragraph 2 of article 54 Planning System (1) Planning System ITB is one unified development planning Ordinances ITB development plan which shows the ITB forward, both of which are long-term, medium-term and short term.
(2) the Planning System ITB became the basis for every organ ITB and the rest not only academic program in making long-term, medium-term and short term.
(3) the planning period are as follows: a. 25 (twenty-five) years for the long term;
b. during the term of Rector for the medium term; and c. for the short term.
(4) the Planning System ITB is poured in the form of planning documents, ITB.
(5) planning documents, ITB covers: a. master plan development (Renip), is a long-term planning document;
b. strategic plan (Renstra), is a medium-term plan document; and c. Work plan and budget (RKA), is a short term plan document.
(6) the documents referred to in subsection (5) is a reference for the planning and can be used to assess product performance in carrying out its duties the Rector.
Article 55 (1) Renip ITB is the plan with a period of 25 (twenty-five) years compiled by SA and passed by the MWA and referrals as well as being a reference to the organs of the ITB in the achievement of the long-term goal of ITB.
(2) the elaboration is the lTB Renstra Renip ITB in the form of medium-term plans made by each Rector early in his term and thoroughly outlines plans to achieve the medium-term goal of ITB.
(3) the RKA, ITB is the work plan and the annual budget for implementing the annual work programme is the elaboration of the ITB Renstra ITB.
(4) provision of more about the planning system is governed by the regulation of MWA.
The second part of the management of facilities and infrastructure of article 56 (1), ITB has autonomy in the management of facilities and infrastructure.
(2) the management of the infrastructure and facilities referred to in subsection (1) includes planning, procurement, recording, utilization, control, and elimination.
(3) All owned facilities and infrastructure ITB, both located on campus as well as in other places, are under the responsibility and supervision of the Rector.
(4) a student, lecturer, Educational Personnel, and others can benefit from the infrastructure ITB are responsible by following the conditions and regulations on utilization and infrastructure ITB.
(5) further Provisions concerning the management system, the procedures for administrative, accounting and reporting system for facilities and infrastructure is regulated by rules of the Rector.
The third part of the richness of article 57 (1) initial Wealth wealth comes from the ITB countries separated, except the ground.
(2) the value of the initial wealth as mentioned in subsection (1) is designated by the Minister of the organizing Affairs of the Government in the field of finance based on calculations performed together with the Minister.
(3) the ground referred to in subsection (1) is the State-owned goods that its use is left to the ITB and is non-transferable and is pledged to another party.
(4) the goods State-owned land in the mastery of THIS INSTITUTION as referred to in paragraph (1) may be utilized by ITB and the result became the revenue to support the implementation of the ITB tasks and functions of THIS INSTITUTION.
(5) the utilization of the wealth of the country is land referred to in subsection (1) may be exercised by ITB after the approval of the Minister of the organizing Affairs of the Government in the field of finances and reported to the Minister.
(6) the ground referred to in subsection (3) is entered as a wealth in the balance sheet ITB with adequate disclosure in the notes to financial statements.
(7) the administering of the separation of the country's wealth to be placed as initial ITB wealth held by Ministers who held a government financial affairs.
Article 58 (1) Wealth ITB consists of: a. the fixed objects, except for land which is sourced from the budget of the State expenditures and revenues and/or budget revenues and shopping areas and is derived from other legitimate earnings in accordance with the provisions of the legislation;
b. moving objects; and c. intellectual property; that proved to be legitimate as belonging to THIS INSTITUTION.
(2) intellectual property referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c consists of patents, copyrights, and other intellectual property rights, either whole or in part owned by ITB.
(3) land acquired and owned by the ITB in addition to soil as referred to in article 57 can be redirected to another party after getting approval of MWA.
(4) the ITB can dress it and gain wealth from the Government or local governments, communities, or other legitimate sources.
(5) further Provisions regarding the procedures for the acquisition and use of wealth is governed by rules of MWA.
Article 59 (1) wealth and revenue of ITB is managed independently and integrated by the Rector having regard to the principle of effectiveness, efficiency, transparency, and accountability in a system, procedures, and management procedures refer to the planning and wealth management system ITB.
(2) planning and wealth management System ITB as referred to in subsection (1) is required in support of the academic quality improvement and achievement.
(3) the wealth and income of the ITB is used directly or indirectly for: a. activities Tridharma ITB; and b. other uses are valid.
(4) other uses as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b should not be in contradiction with the vision and mission of the INSTITUTION as the institution of higher education and the rest of the results of its activities is used to support the activities referred to in paragraph (2) letter a.
(5) the Rector may bestow wealth management authority ITB is meant in paragraph (3) to the leaders of work units taking into account aspects of LEARNING effectiveness and efficiency of the management of THIS INSTITUTION.
(6) further Provisions regarding the planning and wealth management system ITB is governed by rules of MWA.
Article 60 (1) business management and sustainable funding is supporting THIS INSTITUTION that manages funds and sustainable business unit owned by ITB.
(2) the direction of the property management business and sustainable funds appointed and dismissed by the President.
(3) the management of the property management business and sustainable funding is done separately and do not interfere with academic activities as well as nonakademik ITB.
(4) Business Unit-body business unit may take the form of legal or other type of business that are fully or partly owned by ITB.
(5) the richness of the ITB can be invested in the business unit at most 25% (twenty five percent) of the wealth of ITB.
(6) sustainable Fund referred to in subsection (1) is the wholly-owned and controlled INSTITUTION that comes from donations is not bound or tied to its use, either from the Government, local authorities, institutions or individuals, national or international, as well as originating from the ITB itself.
(7) further Provisions regarding the property management business and sustainable funds governed by regulation by the Rector.
CHAPTER IX TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS Article 61 (1) SA which has existed before government regulations this set still run its functions until the formation of the new SA based on government regulations.
(2) the Rector who served at a time when government regulation was enacted, still run Office up to the new Rector appointed over.
Article 62 (1) of the new SA Member based on the Government regulation it should already be selected at least 3 (three) months since this Regulation came into force.
(2) for the first time on the basis of this Regulation, a member of the SA as referred to in paragraph (1) established by the Rector.
(3) the new SA as referred to in paragraph (1) proposed a member of MWA in accordance with this Regulation to the Minister at least 3 (three) months from the newly-formed SA.
(4) the MWA as referred to in paragraph (3) for a period of at least 6 (six) months must organise the election of the Rector.
CHAPTER X PROVISIONS COVER Article 63 at the time this Regulation comes into force:
a. all units of the Organization and the existing provisions in the INSTITUTION still remains valid along does not conflict with the provisions of this Regulation; and b. all the regulations and ordinances in your existing environment, ITB remain valid and have legal force throughout has not been regulated and does not conflict with this Regulation.
Article 64 at the time this Regulation comes into force, the Government Regulation Number 155 in 2000 about the determination of the Bandung Institute of technology College as a State-owned legal entity and presidential regulation Number 44 in 2012 about Bandung Institute of technology as the PerguruanTinggi organized by the Government revoked and declared inapplicable.
Article 65 of the regulation of the implementation of this Regulation should set the longest one (1) year as of since the Government regulation is applicable.
Article 66 of this Regulation comes into force on the date of promulgation.
In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of this Regulation with its placement in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia.
Established in Jakarta on October 14, 2013 PRESIDENT REPUBLIC of INDONESIA Dr. h. SUSILO BAMBANG YUDHOYONO Enacted in Jakarta on October 14, 1995 the MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, AMIR SYAMSUDDIN fnFooter ();
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