UNIVERSITAS PENDIDIKAN INDONESIA

DIRECTORATE OF STUDENT AFFAIRS

The Directorate of Student Affairs is an executive assistant unit which is responsible for organizing and coordinating the activities of student organizations, student achievement and welfare programs, and cooperation and alumni relations programs.
Organization and Service Duties

 


Director
Division Head

Dr. Mupid Hidayat, MA

Head of Student Affairs and Student Welfare Program Development Division                       

Ani Herjani, S.Sos., M.AP.

Head of Student Organization Development Division   

Dr. Joni Rahmat Pramudia, M.Si

Head of Cooperation and Alumni Relations Division

Dr. Sandey Tantra Paramitha, M.Pd

The Directorate of Student Affairs is headed by a director and assisted by three division heads. In general, the Directorate of Student Affairs is responsible for organizing and coordinating the activities of student organizations, student achievement and welfare development program, and cooperation and alumni relations program.
The main duties of each division are elaborated as follow:

  1. The Student Organization Development Division’s main duties are to organize and monitor student organization development activities in order to:
    1. Collect, process, and analyze the data of student organizations at UPI.
    2. Draft rules and regulations regarding student organization activities, the facilities and infrastructure needs for student organization activities, as well as to prepare the monitoring instruments of its implementation.
    3. Carry out some affairs to grant licenses or recommendations reagrding the student organization activities as well as monitoring, collection, processing, and evaluation of student activity implementation.
    4. Manage to organize scientific meetings and to organize student organization developments.
  2. The Student Affairs and Student Welfare Program Development Division is responsible for implementing the activities of Student Affairs and Student Welfare Program Development in order to:
    1. Collect, process, analyze the data of student affairs and student welfare programs.
    2. Draft the rules and regulations of student affairs and student welfare program and prepare the monitoring instruments of the student affairs and student welfare program implementation.
    3. Manage the implementation of the selection of outstanding students, student research proposals and other scientific activity proposals, scholarship offers and all kinds of assistance for students.
  3. The Cooperation and Alumni Relations Division is responsible for carrying out cooperation and alumni relations activities in order to:
    1. Prepare the plans and work programs of the Cooperation and Alumni Relations Division.
    2. Formulate policies and guidelines for cooperation and alumni relations.
    3. Implement and coordinate cooperation and alumni relations activity programs.
    4. Pioneer and develop domestic cooperation with government, non-government institutions, entrepreneurship sectors, and alumni.
    5. Carrying out the monitoring and evaluation of the cooperation and alumni relations programs.
    6. Report the activities of Cooperation and Alumni Relations Division to the Director of Directorate of Student Affairs.

 

Directorate Of Planning and Development

Director: Dr. H. Danny Meirawan, M.Pd.

Head of the Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation, and Report Division: Dr. H. Ade Budhi Salira, S.Pd., M.Si.

Head of the Institutional Development and Strengthening Division: Dra. Henny Sumartini M

 

With the institutional transformation of Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (UPI) into a State-Owned Legal Entity University, which started in 2008, there have been a number of transformations and arrangements focused on the autonomy, accountability, and transparency at UPI towards Good University Governance. The basis of the transformation is given in the Government Policy No. 6 of 2004 concerning the Appointment of Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia as A State Owned Legal Entity (Article of Association), and the Decree of the Board of Trustees No. 15/MWA UPI/2006 concerning the Rules of Household of UPI, the Decree of the Board of Trustees No. 21/MWAUPI/2007 concerning the Organization Structure of UPI.
The implementation of the aforementioned two Decrees of the Board of Trustees of UPI is the establishment of the Directorate of Planning and Development through the Decree of Rector No. 2772/H40/KL/2008, 5 May 2008, which consists of:

  1. Division of Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation, and Reporting;
  2. Division of Organization and Campus Development; and
  3. Household Section.

With this institutional status change based on the Government Regulation No. 15 of 2014 concerning the UPI Organization Structures and Work Procedures, the Directorate of Planning and Development is also divided into two divisions:

  1. Division of Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation, and Report
  2. Division of Institutional Development and Strengthening

Currently, the Directorate of Planning and Development has 14 staff, consisting of one director, two divisional heads, and 11 staff.

VISION

The vision is to promote quality planning and development in supporting UPI as a Leading and Outstanding University.

MISSION:

  1. To undertake appropriate and comprehensive planning in accordance with strategic planning as set by UPI;
  2. To coordinate, integrate, and synchronize the planning and development of UPI;
  3. To optimize, evaluate, and control implementation programs;
  4. To improve statistic data processing and report results used to have a quality planning;
  5. To improve planning and development capacity of UPI.

Main Duties of the Planning and Development Directorate

The main duty of the Directorate of Planning and Development is to organize and coordinate planning program developments and organizational and management developments.

Functions of of the Planning and Development Directorate

  1. Setting work plans and programs of the Directorate of Planning and Development;
  2. Analyzing UPI Policies in the fields of planning and development, and provisions of the legislations;
  3. Collecting, processing, and analyzing data in the fields of planning and development;
  4. Planning and implementing developmental program activities in planning and development managements;
  5. Implementing and coordinating planning programs and activities;
  6. Setting the reports of UPI performance in the middle and end of the year.
  7. Developing and improving the quality assurance in the field of organization and management planning and development;
  8. Carrying out monitoring and evaluation regarding the implementation of activity programs in the field of planning and development; and
  9. Reporting the activities of the Directorate of Planning and Development to the Rector coordinated by the Vice Rector for Planning, Development, and Information System on a regular basis.

Authorities of the Planning and Development Directorate

  1. Creating  internal work team to undertake the duties and functions:
  2. Making decisions and policies in accordance with the duties, functions, and work areas;
  3. Executing policies related to planning and development in accordance with the provisions of laws and regulations; and
  4. Controlling, monitoring, coordinating, and training internal human resources.

Main Duties of the Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation, and Report Division

The main duties of Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation, and Report Division are to organize the development of planning, monitoring, evaluation, and report programs.

Functions of the Division of Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation, and Report, the Directorate of Planning and Development

  1. Setting up work plans and programs of the Division of Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation, and Report;
  2. Compiling UPI policy documents in the field of planning, monitoring, evaluation, and report, and the provisions of the legislation;
  3. Compiling and setting up work plans and programs, monitoring, evaluation, and report in each work unit;
  4. Setting up work plans and programs, monitoring, evaluation, and report of UPI performance;
  5. Carrying out monitoring and evaluation of program implementation activities for each work unit;
  6. Collecting data, processing, and making UPI Reports;
  7. Making administration on the activities in the field of planning, monitoring, evaluation, and report;
  8. Setting up the activity reports of the Division of Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation, and Report;
  9. Documenting the implementation of planning, monitoring, evaluation, and report activities; and
  10. Reporting the Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation, and Report Division activities to the Directorate of Planning and Development on a regular basis.

The mandate of the Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting Division of the Directorate of Planning and Development is to make technical decisions in the implementation of planning, monitoring, evaluation and reporting development in accordance with its duties, functions, and working areas.

Main Duty of Institutional Development and Strengthening Division

The main duty of Institutional Development and Strengthening Division is to implement UPI strategic policies in developing and strengthening UPI institutions.

Functions of Institutional Development and Strengthening Division of Directorate of Planning and Development

  1. Setting up work plans and programs of the Division of Institutional Development and Strengthening of the Directorate of Planning and Development;
  2. Compiling the UPI policy documents in the field of institutional development and strengthening, and the provisions of the legislation;
  3. Collecting, processing, analyzing data in the filed of institutional development and strengthening;
  4. Setting up the master plan of UPI development;
  5. Reviewing the proposals for opening, renaming, and closing work units at UPI;
  6. Setting up the instruments of work unit effectiveness at UPI; 
  7. Reporting the activities of the Division of Institutional Development and Strengthening, the Directorate of Planning and Development on a regular basis.

The mandate of Institutional Development and Strengthening Division of the Directorate of Planning and Development is to make technical decisions in the implementation of institutional development and strengthening in accordance with its duties, functions, and working areas.

CORRESPONDENCE

Address           : Jln Dr. Setiabudhi No 229 Bandung 40154 Gedung BAAK UPI Lantai II
e-mail              : dit-renbang@upi.edu
website            : http://dit-renbang.upi.edu

 
 

 

The Institute of Research and Community Service

The Institute of Research and Community Service is an integration of the two institutions, the Research Center and the Community Service Center. Based on the history, this Research Center had undergone some changes in terms of the institution names. In 1954, this institute was named as the Institute of Educational Investigation. Then, it was again changed into the Education and Research Training Center in October 1, 1963. In 1984, it was changed into the Research Institute. The Community Service Center was officially established in 1976 based on the Decree of IKIP Bandung Rector No. 262/Sp. Pst/AK/1976.

In 2009, the Decree of the Rector No. 1051/H.40/KL/2009 concerning the integration of the Research Center and Community Service Center into the Institute of Research Center and Community Service had been issued. The integration of these two institutions was intended to effectively implement the two university dharma in the forms of research and community service, and to support the dharma of education.

The integration of the Research Center and the Community Service Center can improve effectively the roles of UPI to become more responsive in terms of academic quality and public service to the community. Thus, it represents the functions and roles of UPI as an organizer and public service in the field of education.

The integrity of the Research Center and the Community Service Center into the Institute of Research and Community Service is expected to enhance the role of the supporting institutions, researchers, and institutions that develop and apply the results of research and community services. The roles of UPI in facing the challenge of change in society can help the Institute of Research and Community Service develop profit center through networking among experts at UPI as a source of knowledge with the professionals in the field as a source of experience.

Vision: a pioneering and outstanding institute in research and community service

Mission:


1.

To develop and stabilize the position and function of the Institute of Research and Community Service as a University supporting unit in order to actualize the vision, missions, and objectives of UPI in the fields of research, community service, as well as in regards to national and international publication;

2.

To develop and actualize research and community service management as a support to improve the productivity of research and community service results;

3.

To equip the lecturers with skills in the fields of research and community service, to conduct research, to produce intellectual property, and to disseminate research results to society;

4.

To realize the University Tridarma in an integrated way and mutually strengthen education, research, and community service;

5.

To produce research in order to create and develop educational theories and practices, and other innovative sciences which have roots in local wisdom;

6.

To realize the independence of the Institute of Research and Community Service of UPI as profit center in the field of research and community service through networking with all stakeholders both domestically and abroad;

7.

To encourage the establishment of the culture of research and community service among the UPI academic community;

8.

To run community services by utilizing and applying the results of research and education to empower and enhance community welfare.

The Institute of Research and Community Service, as a university supporting unit, has a strategic role to generate a positive image of UPI within the community. This Institute, as an integral part of UPI’s structure, is expected to be able to develop, disseminate, and enhance the service quality of research and community service in its efforts to establish and develop community development and learning activities.

In addition, the Institute of Research and Community Service is assigned to plan, administer, develop, and evaluate research and community service activities. In its implementation, these activities should be optimized with the support of all units and of the policy from the University chairs in a synergistic and sustainable manner.

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