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Back COUNTRY SHEET Republic of INDONESIA No. 41, 1981 (Additional explanation in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number to the 3202) GOVERNMENT REGULATION of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 27 in 1981 ABOUT the ARRANGEMENT of the FACULTY on the UNIVERSITY/INSTITUTE of STATE PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: a. that with Government Regulation No. 5 of 1980 has been assigned Organizational trees Univesitas/Institute;
b. that the higher education system in Indonesia that multistrata can provide more flexibility, diversification goals, and pemindahalihan the results of education to procure the energy expert and skilled for purposes of nation and State of Indonesia;
c. that in the interest of education and pengaj aran and in accordance with the demands of national development and the development of science and technology, as well as in accordance with article 7 paragraph (6) of Act No. 22 of the 1961, viewed the need to reorganize the faculty on the University/Institute;
Remember: 1. Article 5 paragraph (2) of the Constitution of 1945;
2. Act No. 10 of 1961 College (State Gazette 1961 Number 302, additional State Gazette Number 2446);
3. Government Regulation number 5 in 1980 about the fine points of the Organization of the University/Institute (State Gazette No. 10 of 1980, State Gazette Supplementary Number 3157);
Decide: define: GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS ABOUT the STRUCTURING of the FACULTY on the UNIVERSITY/INSTITUTE.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 the system of higher education in Indonesia is a multistrata system consisting of: a. ana Sarj Program including Program Sarj ana M uda for one branch of the science, technology and the arts;
b. Postgraduate Sarj ana and Doctoral Program which includes a specialist for a branch or group of branches of science, technology and the arts;
c. the Program Nongelar which includes a Diploma and Certificate Programs in disciplines, skills, technology, and the arts.
Article 2 of education and teaching in the higher education system was organized by the faculty, composed of departments implementing elements as faculty and laboratory/studio as a means of supporting j affair.
CHAPTER II ORGANIZATION of EDUCATION article 3 (1) Undergraduate Program organizes education in one branch of the science, technology and art in particular that produce graduates with the following capability characteristics;
a. has the ability to apply knowledge relating to his profession, to productive activities and providing service to the community;
b. have the ability to follow the development of the profession or field of science through the study of literature.
(2) Graduate Program organizes education in one branch or group of science, technology and art in particular that produce graduates with the following capability characteristics: a. has the ability to improve the professions with the development research; b. have the ability to participate in knowledge fields development data;
c. has the ability to develop a professional appearance to a wider spectrum of data, with the potential fields of science or similar profession;
d. has the ability to formulate an approach to solve the various problems of society by means of scientific reasoning.
(3) the Doctoral Program organizes education in one branch or group of science, technology and art in particular that produce graduates with the following capability characteristics: a. has the ability to implement new concepts in the field of science or profession, through research;
b. has the ability to carry out, organize, and lead a research programme;
c. has the capability to interdisciplinary approaches to the application of professional.
(4) Graduate and doctorate programs of the operations carried out on the basis of multidisciplinary and not liniair is a continuation of the Undergraduate Program.
(5) Program Specialist I, level with the postgraduate Program and Program Specialist II level with Program hosts program nongelar in particular koprofesian that produces graduates with special abilities.
(6) characteristics such as ability in subsection (5) are defined by the Ministry of education and culture.
(7) the Program Specialist I and Specialist II Program organized by the graduate faculty.
(8) diplomas and Certificate Programs which is distinguished in the Nongelar Program: a. Educational Programs;
b. Program Nonkependidikan.
(9) Nongelar Educational Program is part of the Bachelor of Education Program, while Nongelar Nonkependidikan is not a part of the Undergraduate Program Nonkependidikan. (10) Diploma and Certificate Programs as those in paragraph (8) organizes education in a branch of science, skills, technology, and the arts that produce graduates with the following capability characteristics: a. has the ability to apply knowledge and skills which have technology into production and service to the community;
b. have the ability to follow the development of knowledge and technology skills.
CHAPTER III TYPES of FACULTY articles 4 to hold the higher education system as such in article 1, section 2, and article 3, the Faculty has existed at the University/Institute reconstituted so that it becomes as such in section 5.
Article 5 (1) Undergraduate Program organized by the Faculty of the type as follows: a. The Faculty of science of religion/spirituality;
b. The Faculty culture consist of type 1. Faculty Of Literature.
2. Faculty of teacher training and education science (only found in the University).
3. The Faculty of an educational institution, which can develop into: 1) Faculty of education;
2) Faculty of Arts;
3) Faculty of Mathematics and natural sciences;
4) Faculty of social sciences;
5) Vocational and Technology Education Faculty;
6) Faculty of sports and Health Education. 4. Faculty of philosophy.
5. Faculty of arts.
6. Faculty of fine arts and design. c. The Faculty of social sciences, consisting of: 1. The Faculty of law.
2. Faculty of Economics, which can develop into: 1) Faculty of Economics;
2) Faculty of management. 3. Faculty of social and political sciences, which can develop into: 1) Faculty of social and political sciences;
2) Faculty of Administration;
3) Faculty of science communication.
4) Faculty of psychology. d. The eksata Faculty of science and engineering which consists of: 1. The Faculty of medicine, which can develop into: 1) Faculty of medicine;
2) Faculty of public health;
3) Faculty of nursing. 2. Faculty of pharmacy.
3. Faculty of dentistry.
4. Faculty of veterinary medicine.
5. The Faculty of agriculture, which can develop into: 1) Faculty of agriculture;
2) Faculty of forestry;
3) Faculty of animal husbandry;
4) Faculty of agricultural technology. 6. Faculty of fisheries.
7. Faculty of mathematics and natural sciences, can develop into: 1) Faculty of mathematics and natural sciences;
2) Faculty of mathematics, 3) Faculty of biology;
4) Faculty of Physics;
5) Faculty of geography. 8. Faculty of engineering, which can develop into: 1) Faculty of engineering;
2) Faculty of industrial technology;
3) Faculty of Mineral Technology;
4) Faculty of civil engineering and planning;
5) Faculty of Marine Technology.
(2) Graduate and doctorate Programs organized by the Faculty of the graduate, which can develop into: a. the graduate faculty of Educational Sciences;
b. graduate faculty of science of art;
c. the graduate faculty of social science and culture;
d. the graduate faculty of Health Sciences;
e. graduate faculty of Technology and natural sciences;
f. Faculty of Agricultural Sciences Postgraduate Sadana.
(3) Nongelar Programme that concerns the Diploma Program organized by the Faculty of nongelar consisting of: a. Nongelar Arts Faculty;
b. Social Sciences Nongelar Faculty;
c. Faculty of Economic Nongelar;
d. Faculty of Health Nongelar;
e. Nongelar Faculty of technology.
CHAPTER IV miscellaneous PROVISIONS article 6 faculties have been established at the time of entry into force of this Regulation and does not constitute a development of the Faculty, as in article 5 paragraph (1) letter b, letter c number 3 number 2 and number 3, as well as the letter d foster 1, number 5, number 7 and number 8 is considered compliant as a faculty.
Article 7 (1) the establishment of a new faculty at a University/Institute established by presidential decree upon the proposal of the Minister/consideration of culture and education.
(2) the Department and laboratory/Studio that already exist or that would be assigned by the Minister of education and culture after the written approval of the responsible Minister in the areas of reform and consummation of the State apparatus.
Chapter V CLOSING PROVISIONS article 8 implementation of this Regulation will be governed more by laws and regulations.
Article 9 this Regulation comes into force on the date of promulgation.
So that every one knows it, ordered the enactment of this regulation with its placement in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia.
Established in Jakarta on August 14, 1981, PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA SOEHARTO Promulgated in Jakarta on August 14, 1981, MINISTER/STATE SECRETARY, SUDHARMONO, sh. fnFooter ();
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