Student Community Service Program
In front of the East Nusa Tenggara Governor’s Office in Kupang City, every weekend on Sunday, there is a Car Free Day that attracts visitors for exercise, relaxation, or strolling around.
UGM students conducting community service in Sleman and Kulon Progo are aiding the Yogyakarta Provincial Government in tackling poverty and reducing childhood stunting.
UGM students conducting community service in North Halmahera held a Spice Festival, “Togamaloka Culture Festival,” for two days, from August 3rd to 4th, 2023, at Tobelo Town Square, North Halmahera Regency.
UGM students, through the Community Service (KKN-PPM) program, are helping the community create nutmeg processing innovations in North Halmahera Regency, North Maluku Province.
Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) has organized a collaborative Community Service (KKN) program in North Halmahera, North Maluku, to revive the glory of Indonesian spices. The collaboration involves empowering local communities for economic strengthening, food security, and promoting local culture to support the global promotion of spices.
The Rector of Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM), Professor Ova Emilia, MD, inspected the Community Service (KKN-PPM) activities in Banyuwangi Regency, East Java Province, on Friday (28/7). The activities were located around the coastal area of Pulau Merah, precisely in Pesanggaran Village, Pesanggaran District, Banyuwangi.
In response to many childhood stunting cases in Banyuwangi, community service students in Siliragung came up with the idea of dragon fruit pudding. According to the Student Coordinator of the Siliragung Unit, Andini Lestari, dragon fruit pudding is a processed food innovation to fulfill the local fruit intake for children in the area.
Muhammad Irsyad (23) looked delighted as he welcomed the delegation of Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM), led by Vice-Rector for Education and Learning, Professor Wening Udasmoro, during their visit to the Community Service (KKN-PPM) site in Bontitan Hamlet, Sendangagung Village, Minggir, Sleman, last weekend on Friday (21/7). After greeting each guest, his colleague guided Irsyad into […].
In Lumbungrejo Village, Tempel District, Sleman, 28 UGM students from several faculties are working on programs to lessen poverty and prevent childhood stunting as part of the Community Service (KKN-PPM).
The Governor of Gorontalo, Ismail Pakaya, requested UGM’s students who take community service (KKN) in his area to assist the provincial government in alleviating poverty.
Every year, UGM sends students to engage in community service in various regions of Indonesia through the KKN-PPM program. The KKN program aims to help address various issues within society.
Collaborative Community Service is an annual program initiated by Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) in 2019.
UGM students taking community service (KKN) in Bacan, South Halmahera, added excitement to the celebration of Eid al-Adha this year in Bibinoi and Songa Villages, East Bacan District. Together with the villagers, the students participated in a torch parade and takbiran (chanting of “Allahu Akbar”) around the village on Wednesday evening (28/6).
Thirty UGM students are carrying out the Student Community Services-Community Empowerment Learning (KKN-PPM) in Kemloko and Klepu Villages, Kranggan District, Temanggung Regency. Accompanied by Field Supervising Lecturer Dr. Sartini, these students will engage in community service activities until mid-August.
Minister of Cooperatives and Small and Medium Enterprises Teten Masduki hopes that students participating in Student Community Service–Community Empowerment Learning (KKN-PPM) this year can help develop micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) in their respective locations.
Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) has deployed 7,079 students from 19 faculties to carry out Student Community Service–Community Empowerment Learning (in Indonesian, it is abbreviated to KKN-PPM) in 31 provinces, 97 regencies, 204 districts, and more than 400 villages across Indonesia.
As part of the community service and empowerment program, UGM students held organic farming training in Gerbosari and Ngargosari, Samigaluh, Kulon Progo, Sunday (30/1).
Sixteen UGM students teamed up with UIN Raden Fatah students in a joint Community Service and Empowerment program to design and build a water filtration system and ecobricks in the estuarine fishing village of Sungsang II and III, Banyuasin, South Sumatra. Over the years, the Sungsang community has faced chronic clean water, sanitation, and hygiene […].
Universitas Gadjah Mada provided humanitarian aid to people affected by the early April flash flood in East Nusa Tenggara (NTT).
Ganjar Pranowo, as the Governor of Central Java, encouraged UGM SCS-CEL students to help people in particular regions recover from the impact of the pandemic, especially in the financial sector.
The Kalimantan Institute of Technology (ITK) also intends to implement students’ community services activities.
Village-Owned Enterprises (BUMDes) in Brubuh Village in Ngawi Regency, as one of the locations for the UGM SCS CEL implementation in the June-August 2020 Period, has successfully won the ITS 2020 BUMDes Award from the Ngawi Regional Government.
The volunteer group of health in RW 4 Kadipaten Subdistrict, Kraton District, organized a toddler nutrition kitchen official launching on Thursday (12/11).
The third period of UGM SCS-CEL 2020 has repeatedly assigned students to serve the community with the theme entitled “Recovery from the Impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic” since last Monday (12/10).
The occurrence of Students Community Service had been UGM’s character as a “Kerakyatan” University.
The three provinces remain to feel very open to UGM students who will conduct Students Community Service (SCS).
For 51 days, one of the UGM SCS-CEL groups served at Biak Numfor.
UGM welcomed back 4,504 SCS-CEL of Covid-19 Care in this second period of 2020, who have completed their online service program for about two months.
UGM SCS-CEL was held online during the pandemic in order to prevent the potential transmission of Covid-19.
Universitas Gadjah Mada has deployed as many as 78 SCS-CEL students to help students who have difficulty learning online during a pandemic.