Student Creativity Program
Student Creativity Program (PKM)
PKM is one form of efforts of the Directorate of Research and Community Service (DP2M), Ditjen Dikti in improving student's quality of higher education, hence they can be society's member with academic skill and/or professional skill as well as implementing, developing, spreading science, technology, and/or arts and enriching national culture. PKM was firstly held in 2001, after restructurization program in Ditjen Dikti. Education, research, and community service which are fully close to student's active participation are integrated into one program named Student Creativity Program.
PKM is developed to deliver students to enligthenment level of creativity and innovation based on science and technology mastery as well as strong faith. In order to prapare themselves to be leaders who are intellectual, entrepreneurs who are independent and wise, students are provided with chances to implement ability, skill, responsibility, team work, and develop independence through creative activities in their disciplines.
In the beginning, there were known 5 (five) kinds of activity offered in PKM, namely Research PKM (PKM-P), Technology-applied PKM (PKM-T), Entrepreneurship PKM (PKM-K), Community Servive PKM (PKM-M), and Scientific Writing PKM (PKM-I).
Since January 2009, DP2M has managed 6 (six) PKMs. Student's Paper Competition (KKTM) which was previously managed by the Directorate of Academic Affairs then transfered to DP2M. Since the characteristic is identical to PKM-I, then KKTM is managed together with PKM-I in Papers PKM (PKM-KT). Therefore, in PKM-KT consists 2 (two) writing program, namely: Scientific Article PKM (PKM-AI) and Written Idea PKM (PKMGT). PKM-I or hereafter it is called PKM-AI which is the result of activity is not presented in PIMNAS anymore, but in Scientific Journal. Meanwhile, PKM-GT which has opportunity to be discussed in an open forum is placed as the subtitute for PKM-AI in PIMNAS.
Source: Directorate of Research and Community Service
PKM 2010 Guideline.rar
PKM 2010 Announcement.pdf