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Socialization, Assistance, and Monev PKM ahead of the upcoming National Student Scientific Week (PIMNAS) 2018.
Socialization, Assistance, and Monev PKM ahead of the upcoming National Student Scientific Week (PIMNAS) 2018.
After holding a Pre-Monitoring and Evaluation (Monev) Student Creativity Program (PKM) on Thursday, April 26, 2018, the Student Affairs unit of Faculty of Engineering Universitas Brawijaya (FTUB) gathered the 19 PKM groups that funded by DIKTI 2018 at Auditorium Prof. Ir. Suryono today (15/May). Hundreds of students of class 2017 were gathered to have Socialization, Assistance, and Monev PKM ahead of the upcoming National Student Scientific Week (PIMNAS) 2018.

In his speech when opening Pre Monev, Vice Dean for Student Affairs, Dr.Eng Denny Widhiyanuriyawan, ST MT has said that to face PIMNAS 31 FTUB will hold a boot camp for participants. This was again expressed by his representative, Redi Bintarto ST, M. Eng, Pract in his speech today.

"In order for the participants to be more focused and ready for the upcoming PIMNAS, FTUB's Student Affairs will hold a boot camp that will be held on June 26-28 in Lawang. The hope is that the students just strolled to PIMNAS well prepared," said Redi who is also a Jury Lecturer on this activity

He also added, in this boot camp students who pass the funding will be nurtured in their improvement of scientific work, motivation, also character and spiritual development. Participants will also be given a checklist that contains the points that must be met and coordinated by the supervisor before the implementation of PIMNAS 31.

This activity is divided into several activities such as giving materials about tips & tricks for making PIMNAS posters, sharing sessions, and presentation practice with three jury lecturers namely Eko Andi Suryo ST. MT. Ph.D., Eka Maulana ST, MT, M. Eng, and Redi Bintarto.

Also attending this event, Dean of FTUB Dr. Ir. Pitojo Tri Juwono, MT, Vices Dean for Student Affairs in UB, Executive Student Board (BEM) FTUB, and all staff of FTUB Student Affairs unit. In his opening remarks, Dr. Pitojo expressed his support for any preparation for the upcoming PIMNAS 31.

"With our achievements in the past Rector Cup, FT through Student Affairs and BEM will give full support. This year, out of the 65 proposals submitted there are 19 proposals that are successfully funded by DIKTI. We expect that at least five to seven proposals passes to PIMNAS," he hoped.

He also added, although rivals also do not remain silent in facing the upcoming PIMNAS, we must remain optimistic to give the best we have. With careful preparation, having good confidence and motivation is expected to be the starting point to contribute achievement for UB.

"I think the dream is the key, then there will be creativity arisen there, and confidence, I think with a little touch, coaching, motivation, and carefulness in taking the theme then the chances to win PIMNAS will open," he said before opening the event.

After the briefing and materials giving, the 19 teams were divided into two groups. Alternately they held discussions as well as sharing sessions in the Auditorium, and the present practice in front of the three jury lecturers in the 5th-floor classrooms of FTUB Building. (mic)

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