FPP Synergizing with Industrial World to Develop Professional Poultry Curriculum

Author : Humas | Thursday, October 03, 2019 14:27 WIB
UMM Rector Dr. Fauzan, M.Pd giving the awards before the workshop. (Photo: Mirza/PR UMM)

Animal Husbandry Study Program (Prodi) Faculty of Agriculture and Animal Husbandry (FPP) University of Muhammadiyah Malang (UMM) began to formulate curriculum for students to become Poultry Professionals, Wednesday (2/10). Held with workshop method, UMM Animal Husbandry Study Program with PT. Jatinom Agri and PT. Charoen Pokphand discussed the terms of the semester learning plan (RPS) for 5 lecture materials.

It is planned that these courses will be given to 6th semester students of Animal Husbandry Study Program. In going through college, students will take 5 lecture material. Namely Management of House Maintenance System, Poultry Ration Technology and Formulation, Management of Poultry Disease Control, Breeding and Hatchery Management, and Poultry Company Management.

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When the course material is ready, not only lecturers from UMM Animal Husbandry Study Program who will teach. Representatives from the two companies will take part in teaching. This is intended so that students gain direct experience from industrial perpetrators, as well as anticipating any failures that might be faced if these students want to be poultry professionals in the future.

Hidayatturrahman, Owner of PT. JATINOM AGRI revealed that UMM is a strategic partner of universities (PT). Ina university, a lot of human resources with good quality. Mainly students who are ready and able to become a poultry professional. "UMM is different from others, they running to the ball andhave a will to learn, we are happy about it," he said when giving a speech.

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"In the future, the development will demanding professionalism," said Dr. Fauzan, M.Pd, UMM Rector during the speech. Since going to college, he continued, students must be forged to become professionals. According to him, theoretical teaching is outdated. Moreover, the current era of digital information continues to hit. Lecturers are no longer the only source of information. Learning can be done anywhere and anytime.

For Dr., Ir. David Hermawan, M.P., IPM, The Dean of FPP UMM, in the future, cooperation between the government, industry and universities must be developed. It is emphasized by David to create superior human resources. UMM itself has done a lot of synergies with strategic parties, especially industry and government actors. Namely in the development of regional potential. (joh)



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