UDINUS COMMUNITY SERVICE PROGRAM (KKN) IN GUBUG GROBOGAN
University of Dian Nuswantoro (Udinus) implemented the Community Service Program (KKN) in Gubug, Grobogan District, Purwodadi. Thursday, March 2nd 2017, the Training of Management Skills for Intermediate Student (LKMM-TM) took place in the Rector’s meeting room, Building G 1st floor. Then, in District Office, KKN was opened on Friday morning.
The five villages, Tambakan, Ringin Kidul, Ringin Harjo, Tlogo Mulyo and Teak Pecaron, were to be the places for KKN Program for three days. "Each village has its own needs, we just adjusted with our programs," said Rindra Yusianto, Kom., M.T as Head of Student Affairs Bureau.
The Head of District, Ahmad Basuki Mulyono, S. Sos., MM. was exciting to welcome 106 KKN participants. "I hope this program is useful to improve environment and health," he said. The activists and the Bidikmisi (Scholarship) students will provide contribution to five villages, such as placing the trash cans, IT and website training, Family Welfare Guidance (PKK) training, blogging training, herb planting, brushing teeth counseling, Religion Education (TPQ) training, tree planting, manufacturing of toilet facilities, and spreading of catfish seeds.
“Several villages in Grobogan is already use Rural Financial System (Siskeudes Pro) in financial report and the five villages have been connected to Wi-Fi network. Udinus is well known as IT Campus, so I hope this program also improve the computer skills as well," he said.
Vice Rector III for Student Affairs, Dr. Kusni Ingsih, MM. said that this program was to develop the student soft skill. "The KKN program is the continuation of LKMM-TM day before," she said. The opening has closed with a symbolic handover seed of ‘Glodokan’ from Vice Rector III to Head of Gubug District. Glodokan has chosen because the plant is absorbing pollution. (* PR)
SEED: Vice Rector III of Udinus, Dr. Kusni Ingsih, MM. handed over a seed to the Head of Gubug Distric, Ahmad Basuki Mulyono, S. Sos., MM. in opening Udinus KKN Program in Gubug District. Picture: Meyta Adelianah.