pkm day 2

PKM Training : Tips How to Sucess and Get Funding from PKM 2021

Wednesday, December 9, 2020, the IPB Business School held socialization for Student Creativity Week activities with the theme of the activity “Mentoring for Proposal Writing and Tips for Passing PKM Funding in 2021”, this activity aims to provide direction on writing PKM proposals so that they pass the funding and pass PIMNAS. The event was held virtually through Zoom Meetings at 08.30-11.30 WIB and was opened by the Vice Dean for Academic and Student Affairs for the IPB Business School, Dr. Ir. Idqan Fahmi, M.Ec.

The resource person for this activity is Dr. Wachyu Hari Haji, he is a national reviewer of PKM Kemendikbud, developer, reviewer of KBMI, ASMI, and KIBM Kemendikbud. In addition, he is a verifier of the Ministry of Education and Culture’s SMIKATMAWA.
The resource person explained the things that need to be considered based on the reviewer’s point of view. Tips for passing the selection include prioritizing quality. He also explained the reasons for the proposal being rejected, namely wrong format or administration (not according to the guidelines), the topic of the proposal that was frequently submitted, repeated or was very general, and the purpose of the proposal was not in accordance with the program field to be followed. The writing format is the first thing to be checked, the PKM writing format generally includes A4 layout with Left Margin: 4 cm; Top, Right, Bottom 3 cm, font, Times New Roman 12, Space, 1.15 (distance between paragraphs may not be 1.15), Page number, Table of contents: Bottom Right (i, ii, iii), Chapter 1 Introduction sd. Attachment: Top Right (1,2,3,4….), Number of Pages: Chapter 1 Introduction sd. Bibliography: Maximum 10 Pages.

After that, the resource person explained the writing format of 8 fields of Student Creativity Program (PKM) starting from PKM 5 fields (PKM Research, PKM Entrepreneurship, PKM Community Service, PKM Technology, PKM Creative Initiative), PKM Scientific Articles, PKM Written Ideas, and PKM Constructive Futuristic Ideas. Starting from the cover presentation and the validation sheet which is made separately, the writing systematics of each CHAPTER, the attachment of biographical data for applicants and members, the chairman’s statement letter, the team’s organizational structure, and bibliography. The activity was continued with a question and answer session, students asked about which ideas were more relevant to which field, and some students who had participated in PKM asked about their PKM ideas that did not pass PIMNAS and what factors made these ideas not pass.

After that, the activity was continued with a question and answer session and the announcement of the PKM proposal competition for the IPB Business School level.
The hope is that with this PKM socialization, SB IPB students can design proposals according to the latest PKM guidelines and get an understanding of preparing proposals from the perspective of the reviewer. Besides that, this socialization is also SB’s step to prepare proposals and the best teams are ready to take part in PKM and PIMNAS 2021.