Berry Sastrawan
Universitas Djuanda

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IMPLEMENTASI PROGRAM MERDEKA BELAJAR KAMPUS MERDEKA Neng Virly Apriliyani; Denny Hernawan; Irma Purnamasari; Gotfridus Goris Seran; Berry Sastrawan
Jurnal Governansi Vol 8 No 1 (2022): Jurnal Governansi Volume 8 Nomor 1, April 2022
Publisher : LPPM Universitas Djuanda Bogor

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30997/jgs.v8i1.5045


The aim of this research is to find out the impact of implementation of Freedom to Learn Independent Campus Program (MBKM Program) on the Study Program of Public Administration. The main aim of MBKM Program is basically intended to give freedom for higher education institutions to be more autonomous, independent, less bureaucratic, and innovative in producing highly qualified graduates. To achieve the main aim, the implementation of MBKM Program includes eight learning activities, namely student exchange, internship/work practice, teaching assistant in the education unit, research, humanitarian project, entrepreneurship, independent study/project, and thematic field work. The Study Program of Public Administration has implemented two learning activities, namely student exchange and internship/work practice. Results of this research indicate that the implementation of MBKM Program impacts on some aspects, namely improvement of experiential learning to build hard and soft skills of students, fulfilment of learning achievement of graduate, and improvement of lecturer capacity. Moreover, this research identifies the presence of constraints on the implementation of MBKM Program in the cases of curriculum revision, redesign of academic information system, and fund problem for student.
Jurnal Sosial Humaniora Vol. 11 No. 1 (2020): APRIL
Publisher : Universitas Djuanda Bogor

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Leadership is the most important factor in the management of groups and organizations, so that appropriate leadership is needed in achieving organizational goals. The Sundanese Indigenous Peoples (Kasepuhan) are unique communities to be investigated because the indigenous leaders in their leadership have success in managing their local food so that they rarely experience food shortages. One contributing factor is informal leadership based on community participation carried out by indigenous leaders. Therefore, this study aims to analyze the informal leadership of indigenous leaders based on community participation in maintaining local food security using descriptive analysis methods. Data were collected using literature study and observation techniques by distributing questionnaires and in-depth interviews, then the data were analyzed using analysis techniques Weight Mean Score (WMS). The results showed that the informal leadership of indigenous leaders based on community participation had a value of 3.22 on a scale of 4. this value is interpreted well. Based on observations and interviews with indigenous Kasepuhan Sinar Resmi Chiefs, two-way communication in conducting deliberations on each issue, because these indigenous communities focus on the culture of planting Sawah and Huma only once a year and starting from planting to harvest are carried out simultaneously, so that what is unique’s the indigenous head as the authority in making decisions when to plant to harvest, its members have high obedience, members Kasepuhan do not dare to plant first if the indigenous head has not started planting. This participation’s the strength of indigenous peoples so that they can maintain local food security in the region until now.