LP2M UNP Holds Socialization and Coaching Clinic Research proposal for DPRM 2020

LP2M UNP Holds Socialization and Coaching Clinic Research proposal for DPRM 2020
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Padang— A total of 400 Universitas Negeri Padang lecturer's took part in socialization, and the coaching clinic research proposal in 2020 by the Institute for Research and Community Service (LP2M). The socialization and coaching clinic aim to strengthen the UNP as Higher Education Institution (PT) in 2018 towards PT. Mandiri Group in 2020.

“Meanwhile, our experience in improving the lecture research is not enough by allocating 15% of PNBP funds of research and community service. We hope the support of kemeristekdikti to really help us.” For this reason, the lecturers must race to get DRPM funding in 2020. Furthermore, though socialize and coaching clinic we can increase the achievement of DRPM research funds," said the Rector of UNP, Prof. Ganefri, Ph.D. on Friday (July 5, 2019).

LP3M UNP holds socialization and coaching clinic proposal research in 2020 lasts two days from Friday to Saturday (July 5-6, 2019) at Hospitality Ballroom UNP, these activities presented Director of Research and Community Service of the Republic of the Indonesia Ministry of Research and Technology Prof. Dr. Ocky Karna Rajasa, M.Sc and national reviewer, Prof. Dr. Saryono, M.Si. Prof. Dr. Ocky Karna Rajasa, M. Sc, said that the role of the UNP in the past two years has become more stables as PT. Riset Kelompok Utama in Indonesia. In 2018 UNP received special attention from Menristekdikti, and we hope UNP toward PT. Mandiri group in 2020.

“The successfully of UNP marked by the Success of researchers as the first winner of Indonesian LPTK's group and became the second national ranking group”, said Prof. Ocky as quoted by Dr. Nofrion, M.Pd as the master ceremony. Furthermore, Prof. Ocky said that the greatest contribution of Universitas Negeri Padang in 2020 affected the amount Indonesian research. In 2018, Indonesia ranked as the 2nd in ASEAN with 31,009 publications under Malaysia. Indonesia has been superior compared to Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. (Public Relations of UNP)