Regulation Of The Minister Of Education And Culture The Number 73 By 2013

Original Language Title: Peraturan Menteri Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan Nomor 73 Tahun 2013

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Back NEWS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA No. 831, 2013 the MINISTRY of EDUCATION and CULTURE. National Qualifications Framework Of Indonesia. Higher Education. The application of.
REGULATION of the MINISTER of EDUCATION and CULTURE of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 73 2013 ABOUT APPLICATION FRAMEWORK the NATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS HIGHER EDUCATION FIELD with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the MINISTER of EDUCATION and CULTURE of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: that in order to implement the provisions of article 9 of presidential Regulation No. 8 in 2012 National Qualifications Framework of Indonesia needs to set a regulation of the Minister of education and culture on the National Qualifications Framework for Higher Education;
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);
3. 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);
4. Presidential regulation Number 47 in 2009 on the establishment of Ministries and organizations as it has several times changed the last presidential regulation Number 91 in 2011 about the third Change of top presidential regulation Number 47 in 2009 about the formation and organization of the Ministries;
5. Presidential Regulation number 8 in 2012 about National Qualification Framework for Indonesia (the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 24 of 2012);
6. Presidential regulation Number 84/P in 2009 regarding the formation of a United Indonesia Cabinet II as it has several times changed the last presidential Regulation No. 5/P by 2013;
Decide: define: REGULATION of the MINISTER of EDUCATION and CULTURE on the NATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS FRAMEWORK for the APPLICATION of the FIELD of higher education.
Article 1 In regulation of the Minister, that is: 1. the Minister is the Minister who organized a Government Affairs in the field of education.

2. The Director General is the Director General of higher education.

3. the Directorate is the Directorate General of higher education.

Article 2 (1) of the National Qualification Framework for Indonesia (KKNI) the field of higher education is penjenjangan framework qualifications can grouping, menyetarakan, and integrating the learning of educational paths close to colloquial, informal education, and/or work experience into the type and level of higher education.
(2) Penjenjangan the qualifications referred to in subsection (1) is intended to facilitate the education of someone who has work experience or have a close study of the non-formal education or informal education to: a. formal education level/higher level and/or;

b. get the qualifications recognition of certain types of education graduates from college.
(3) non-formal Education referred to in subsection (1) includes a course or training is done in a terstuktur by the institution of a course or training institutions.
(4) the informal education referred to in subsection (1) includes education conducted independently, by the family, or the environment.
Article 3 (1) non-formal education learning Product, informal education, and work experience can be synchronised with a certain level of qualifications in higher education.
(2) A product of learning, non-formal education, informal education, and work experience in higher education referred to in subsection (1) is in effect there is nothing against learning learners who already have a HIGH SCHOOL diploma/MA/SMK/MAK/package/package C C Vocational.
(3) A non-formal education learning product, informal education, and work experience in higher education referred to in subsection (2) goes into effect starting from the qualification level 3 (three) as the lowest level up to level of qualification 9 (nine) as the highest level.
(4) the qualification Level 3 (three) to level 9 (nine) the qualification referred to in paragraph (3) had a level of equality with the formal pandidikan as follows: a. level 3 equivalent to a graduate diploma 1;

b. level of 4 is equivalent to a graduate diploma 2;

c. level 5 is equivalent to a graduate diploma 3;

d. level 6 graduate diploma is equivalent to 4 or applied degree and Bachelor's degree;

e. 7th level equivalent to a graduate education profession;

f. level 8 is equivalent to a graduate master's degree, or master's degree, specialist one;

g. level 9 is equivalent to graduates of applied doctorate, doctor or specialist.
(5) close to learning as referred to in subsection (1) is the ability gained through internalization of knowledge, attitudes, skills, competencies, and the accumulated work experience.
(6) Close the learning generated by the process of higher education refers to a standard of competence of graduates of higher education.
Article 4 (1) the recognition of one's learning is nothing gained from work experience, education, non-formal or informal education into the formal education sector is done through the mechanism of the rekognisi past learning (RPL).
(2) the RPL as referred to in subsection (1) is intended to: a. recognizes individual learning is nothing gained through non-formal education, informal, and/or work experience as a basis to continue formal education within the framework of lifelong learning;
b. recognize the learning product conducted by the College and/or vocational education and training organized by ministries and/or institutions outside the construction Ministry of education and culture and the Ministry of Religion as the basis for the granting of a degree equivalent; and c.  the experts acknowledge the credentials is equivalent to master's degree or doctoral qualification as a lecturer.
Article 5 (1) criteria for authorized providers implement RPL to facilitate lifelong learning, as referred to in article 4 paragraph (2) letter a: a. courses have 2 (two) times in a row and at the time of proposing still accredited national accreditation bodies of the authorities or an equivalent international accreditation bodies; b. graduates are absorbed in the workforce or entrepreneurship based on tracking study for 3 (three) years in a row;
c. obtain a letter of support from the Association of profession or industry associations that have a legal entity in accordance with the regulations and has been in operation for at least 5 (five) years for the appropriate field of expertise with courses; and

d. passes test planning portfolio holding of RPL is done by a team of experts who were commissioned by the Director General.
(2) the procedure for proposing a permit organizers RPL to facilitate lifelong learning, as referred to in article 4 paragraph (2) letter a include: a. the College submits the proposal of organization of RPL by attaching documents: 1. the self-evaluation and college courses;

2. Decree permit courses;

3. Decree on the accreditation of courses;

4. the document tracking studies graduates; and 5. Letter of support from the Association of profession or industry associations that have a legal entity in accordance with the rules of perundangan-undangan and has been in operation for at least 5 (five) years for the appropriate field of expertise with courses. b. the Director General to Commission a team of experts to conduct a test of the feasibility of the proposal.

c. the Director-General designate colleges that have escaped assessment service/test the feasibility as the organizer of the RPL. (3) the Minister may assign certain colleges that meet the requirements to host the RPL.

(4) conducting of RPL is evaluated periodically every 3 (three) years by the Director General.

(5) based on the results of the evaluation as referred to in paragraph (4), the Minister may revoke the holding of RPL.

Article 6 (1) College and/or vocational education and training as referred to in article 4 paragraph (2) letter b mandatory criteria: a. learners that was inaugurated in the Ministry/agency that oversees higher education and/or vocational education and training and have a bond;
b. educational program has 2 (two) times in a row and at the time of proposing still accredited or certified from an accrediting agencies or national or international certification agencies that are equivalent;
c. the organizers could prove that there is nothing appropriate qualifying graduates study at higher education level, certain areas of KKNI based on competence and performance evaluation of graduates;
d. the organizers have academic information system that can be accessed by the Directorate-General for the purposes of the academic evaluation;
e. already have the resources to organise education in accordance with the ratio of lecturers and students of 1:12 (one of twelve appellate) qualified master's degree or equivalent from a relevant course of study;
f. passes test planning portfolio holding of RPL is done by a team of experts who were commissioned by the Director General.
(2) the procedure for proposing a permit holding of RPL for the high education providers outside the Ministry of education and culture and the Ministry of Religion as a basis for providing the title referred to in subsection (1) includes the following: a. the College and/or vocational education and training as referred to in article 4 paragraph (2) letter b proposed organizing the RPL for test eligibility.
b. the proposal referred to in paragraph (2) letter a compulsory contain: 1. the self-evaluation and college courses;
2. The document close to learning graduates in accordance with standards of competence of graduates in higher education standards;
3. The analysis of the test product against the equality of learning equivalent graduate level qualification in the field of higher education KKNI.
4. minimal Attachment consists of: a) data record learners are prospective employees/employees in the agency that oversees the College and have a bond;
b) document stating that the educational program has 2 (two) times in a row and at the time of proposing still accredited or certified from an accrediting agencies or national or international certification agencies that are equivalent;
c) access to academic information system that can be accessed by the Directorate-General for the purposes of the academic evaluation;
d) qualified lecturer in master data document or equivalent of the relevant courses with faculty and students of the ratio of 1:12 (one of twelve appeals). c. the Director General to Commission a team of experts to conduct a test of the feasibility of the proposal;
d. Director General designate colleges and/or vocational education and training as referred to in article 4 paragraph (2) letter b that has survived the test of eligibility as the organizer of the College and/or vocational education and training can provide a certain degree and diploma.
(3) the College and/or vocational education and training can provide a certain degree and diploma as referred to in paragraph (2) letter d is evaluated periodically every 2 (two) years by the Director General.
(4) on the basis of the evaluation referred to in paragraph (3), the Minister may revoke a permit colleges and/or vocational education and training to deliver the title.
Article 7 (1) A product of learning experts as a lecturer as referred to in article 4 paragraph (2) Letter c may only be proposed by the College that: a. require educators with the skills of a particular rare;

b. require the expertise of educators cannot be generated by existing courses;
c. requires educators with practical experience which is necessary for the development of student competence; and d. the planning portfolio holding of trials to qualify for RPL is done by a team of experts who were commissioned by the Director General.
(2) the procedure for proposing a permit holding of RPL to admit experts as a lecturer as referred to in article 4 paragraph (2) Letter c covers: a. the College proposed organizing the RPL in accordance with the technical instructions set by the Directorate General for feasibility tests;
b. the proposal referred to in letter a compulsory contain: 1. the self-evaluation and college courses;

2. The analysis of the needs of lecturers in accordance with the College's strategic plan and legislation;

3. plan the development of lecturers;
4. The analysis of the test of equality against the prospective professors conducted by Academic Senate related learning there is nothing equivalent to the qualification level 8 or 9 in the high education with KKNI attach: a) diploma candidate lecturer on education;
b) proof of the credibility of the institisi that issued the diploma of higher education in the form of a statement of accreditation of a course or college education providers;
c) certificates of competence of the working of the association profession or industry associations that have a legal entity in accordance with the prevailing regulations and has been in operation for at least 5 (five) years, for the appropriate field of expertise with courses;

d) letters of support from the Association of profession or industry associations that have a legal entity in accordance with the prevailing regulations and has been in operation for at least 5 (five) years, for the appropriate field of expertise with courses. e) affidavits being of good character from prospective lecturers;
f) for prospective lecturers berkeahlian rare and there is no association of profession statement should include expertise from colleagues in the relevant profession. c. the Director General to Commission a team of experts to conduct a test of the feasibility of the proposal;

d. Director General designate college that has survived the test of eligibility as the organizer of the RPL for experts.
(3) the College referred to in paragraph (2) letter e is evaluated periodically every 3 (three) years by the Director General.
(4) the Director-General on the basis of the results of the evaluation as referred to in paragraph (3) may revoke the consent of the College as organizers of the RPL for experts.
Article 8 (1) Prospective students with formal education, non-formal or informal education from a foreign country and will continue studying in higher education in Indonesia can menyetarakan close to the learning acquired in College who have obtained permission to convene the RPL.
(2) Prospective lecturers with formal education, non-formal or informal education from a foreign country and will become a lecturer at universities in Indonesia can be a lecturer at the College after the College obtain permission of organizing a RPL experts as lecturers.
Article 9 the provisions on the implementation of the Ministerial Regulation was enacted by the Director General.

Article 10 (1) in ensuring the quality of high education KKNI, Directorate General has the duty and function of: a. evaluate the suitability of the device includes high education KKNI regulations, diskriptor, guidelines, mechanisms of socialization, implementation standards documents and other supporting aspects, and make adjustments, alteration or development;
b. regularly review the descriptors for the 9 (nine) level qualifications contained in the higher education field KKNI with attention to and anticipate developments in the field of employment both inside and outside the country;
c. examine the equivalence of qualifications international system with high education KKNI and pass on the results of the study to the Director General for the presented in the parties concerned;
d. doing process references the position qualification frameworks with other countries or regional qualifications framework against KKNI field of higher education;
e. the reference to the qualification of human resources in various sectors against both national and international qualifications in higher education field KKNI;
f. coordinate with technical ministries, the national accreditation agency for higher education (BAN-PT) or other accrediting agencies recognized by the Government at both the national and international levels, the State education standards (BSNP), or other agencies that make up the standard of education or competency standards and recognized by the Government at both the national and international level, certifying the competence, professional certification, the association profession, industry associations , both at the national and international levels as well as the bodies or other institutions at the national level related to the quality assurance human resources qualification at level 3 up to 9.
(2) In the application of high education KKNI by stakeholders, the Directorate General has the duty and function of: a. perform socialization KKNI fields of higher education and its implementation strategy to the stakeholders and decision makers in the field of human resources development;
b. require the College to publish the certificate accompanying diploma that explains kualififikasi graduates in accordance with the level of high education KKNI;
c. push the technical ministries and stakeholders to give awards at the college graduates based on qualifications;
d. compiling and disseminating the Indonesian higher education profiles include information of the course graduates qualification in accordance with the level of qualification in the field of higher education KKNI; e. coordinate with the Ministry of empowerment of State apparatus, technical ministries and other State institutions.
(3) in applying KKNI in the field of curriculum of higher education, Directorate General has the duty and function of: a. provide input, consultation, coaching/mentoring, encourage and facilitate the application of process occurrence KKNI field of higher education in colleges of higher education;
b. drafting policies, regulations, and guidelines on the preparation of the curriculum of the course refers to the higher education field KKNI;
c. evaluate the implementation of the curriculum by the course towards the achievement of the level of qualification in the field of higher education KKNI;
d. evaluate the minimum learning product description proposed by the program of study as the basis for the determination of the standard of competence of graduate studies by the Minister;
e. periodically evaluating the learning product description minimum proposed by the program of study as the basis for the determination of the standard of competence of graduate studies by the Minister;
f. evaluate periodically description product learning courses has been established as the standard of competence of graduates of higher education on higher education Data Base for use as a national reference for related education programs;
g. with the team of experts as referred to in article 5 paragraph (2) letter b, article 6 paragraph (2) Letter c, and article 7 paragraph (2) Letter c, ensure accountability and the compatibility of the substance of the proposal and the proposed product RPL inaugural study of the course of study; and h. coordinating with BAN-PT or other accrediting agencies recognized by the Government at both the national and international levels, other institutions, or BSNP composing educational standards or competency standards and recognized by the Government at both the national and international level, certifying the competence, professional certification, the association profession, industry associations, both at the national and international levels as well as the bodies or other institutions at the national level related to the quality assurance human resources qualification at level 3 up to 9.
(4) in applying KKNI field of higher education, the College has the duties and functions: a. mandatory courses each compose a minimal learning product description refers to the higher education field KKNI in accordance with rank.

b. any compulsory course curriculum, implement, and evaluate the implementation of the curriculum refers to the higher education field KKNI in compliance with policies, regulations, and guidelines on the preparation of the curriculum a course referred to in subsection (3) the letter b.
c. any mandatory courses develop internal quality assurance system to ensure the correct fulfillment of learning product courses.
Article 11 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 June 10, 2013 the MINISTRY of EDUCATION and CULTURE of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, MOHAMMAD NUH Enacted in Jakarta on June 13, 2013 the MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, AMIR SYAMSUDDIN fnFooter ();