Polmanbabel Devotion

Community Service (PKM) is a sequence of education and research that is tied to the Tridharma of Higher Education. Philosophically, PKM is a concrete manifestation of the application of knowledge that is cyclical or feedback, so that "if it is implemented properly, correctly, systematically and consistently (according to the roadmap and strategic plan)", then the result is not only empowering and self-reliant the community and strengthening the power of the community. competitiveness of the nation, but will increasingly build (construct) and strengthen education and research. Theoretically and practically, PKM has the potential to be carried out in one field of science (monodisciplinary), between allied disciplines (interdisciplinary), various related fields of science (multidisciplinary) and between different fields of science (transdisciplinary), so that it can integrate and synergize all potential institutions in the field of education. ties (bonding) cooperation between and among scientific actors. Practically, PKM is general, meaning that it can be applied and implemented in various spaces and communities (both in urban areas, on the outskirts of urban areas and in rural areas, both domestically and abroad), can be implemented independently or in collaboration with various parties. related (partners or stakeholders), and can be implemented by lecturers and students.


Appropriate technology

Polmanbabel develops community empowerment programs based on the application of Appropriate Technology that prioritizes science and technology. Issues in the community are selected as program topics and resolved jointly by the Polmanbabel team with the target group.

Polmanbabel has learned to transfer technology, science, and art to the community for the development of human dignity with gender equity and social inclusion as well as the preservation of natural resources, so as to improve the welfare of the community.


Mass Media Publications

Publication of the results of community service includes articles in journals (international, national, or local), articles/news in mass media (newspapers, magazines, tabloids, TV, or online media), and papers presented in scientific forums/seminars (international, national, or regional).