The Departments

The Department of Civil Engineering and Planning was opened in 1987 with its Diploma II program in Civil Engineering. In its further development, which was also influenced by the high demand for professional and properly trained engineering personnel, the program was upgraded to Diploma III with the same name of study program. In 2000, the department opened another study program of Architecture Engineering, and changed its name into the Department of Civil Engineering and Planning.

In 2011 the department has three regular courses and two courses of cooperation:

  1. Diploma III in Civil Engineering (regular) which was opened based on the decree   No. 232/DIKTI/Kep/2000 about the opening of Civil Engineering Study Program in Politeknik Negeri Pontianak dated 7 July 2000.
  2. Diploma III in Architecture Engineering (regular) which was opened based on the decree No. 350/DIKTI/Kep/2000 about the opening of Architecture Engineering Study program in Politeknik Negeri Pontianak dated 35 September 2000.
  3. Diploma IV in Housing and Settlement Planning Engineering (regular) which was opened based on decree number 2134/DIKTI/KEP/2008, dated 11 July 2008.
  4. Diploma III in Civil Engineering and Diploma IV in Housing and Settlement Planning Engineering. Those are cooperation programs between The Ministry of Public Works, The department of Human Resources Development Region I Bandung (BPSDM) with The Department of Civil Engineering and Planning of Politeknik Negeri Pontianak.

In November 2011, Architecture Engineering Program Study, based on the decree of Polnep’s Director number 2816/PL 16/OT/2011, was officially become The Department of Civil Engineering and Planning. Meanwhile, for the two study programs of cooperation, the MoU with BPSDM will be updated.

Teaching Staff

Doctor graduates : 1 person
Master graduates  : 30 People
Bachelor graduates : 18 people
Diploma IV graduates : 5 people

 Organizational Structure

The Head of the Department : Helyanto, ST
The Secretary : Indah Rosanti, S.ST
The Head of Civil Engineering Study Program  : Pramudya K, ST
The Head of Housing and Settlement Planning Engineering: Eva Riyanti, ST, MT
The Head of Civil Engineering Workshop    : Sarpawi, ST
The Head of Civil Engineering Laboratory    : Ir. Nernawani

Facilities

In order to support the learning process and to improve the competence of graduates, the Department of Civil Engineering and Planning is equipped with:

  1. Convenient classrooms equipped with AC, LCD projector and white board.
  2. The Laboratory of  Construction Materials Testing
  3. The Soil Testing Laboratory
  4. The Laboratory of Hydraulics
  5.  The Laboratory of  Land Measurement  Science
  6. The Laboratory of Computer Structure
  7. The Manual Drawing Laboratory
  8. The language Laboratory
  9. Workshops
  10. A wide range of scholarships are available for outstanding students such as: PPA Plus, BBM, Supersemar, BRI Bank and Extra- curricular scholarships.

The Types of Cooperation Offered

 The academic staffs at the Department of Civil Engineering and Planning have a range of competencies that can be offered to the stakeholders for various forms of cooperation such as:

  1. SAP 2000 Structure  Analysis Training
  2. The department provides services, such as:
    • Planning (transportation, building, SDA)
    • Supervision (transportation, building, SDA)
    • Measurement/ mapping
    • Technical Assistant to the Quality ManagementTechnical Assistant to Higher Education SPMI
    • Expertise Certificate Assesor
    • Design Job Mix Formula/ Marshall
  3. Researches in areas, such as:
    • Roads
    • Concretes
    • Waterworks
  4. ​Testing:
    • ​​Ground
    • Buidling Materials
    • Road

The Program

 

 

The Department of Mechanical Engineering has two study programs: Diploma III of Mechanical Engineering and Diploma I of Heavy Equipment Operator. Mechanical Engineering study program has been accredited with ‘B’ grade based on the decree of The National Accreditation board of Higher Education of Indonesian Educational and Cultural Department number 024/BAN-PT/AK-VIII/Dpl-III/I/2009 dated 10 January 2009. The program has been operating since 1997 and its operational permit to provide education on the study program is obtained in 2007 based on decree No 35/DIKTI/KEP/2007 dated 22 March 2007. Meanwhile, Diploma I of Heavy Equipment Operator has been operating since 2010 based on decree of Directorate General of Higher Education (DIKTI) No 95/D/O/2010 dated on 9 July 2010. 

Vision

“By 2020, the department will become a qualified, reliable, and knowledgeable vocational education provider in mechanical engineering”

Mission

Carrying out education in mechanical engineering in accordance with the required standards of competences, conducting applied research in mechanical engineering; performing community service and cooperation with government agencies, industry and society”

Teaching staff

Number of teaching staff: 33 people
Doctor graduate : 1 person
Master graduates: 13 People
Bachelor graduates: 18 people
Diploma IV graduates: 1 person

Several teaching staffs are the employees of PT. United Tractor, Tbk who are professional in handling heavy equipments.

Organizational Structure

The Head of department: Rusadi, ST
The Secretary : Hadimi, ST, MT
The Head of Diploma III Study Program : Dwi Handoko, ST, M.Eng 
The Head of Diploma I Study Program: Agus Rohermanto, ST, M.Eng
The Head of Laboratory : Tri Pratomo, ST
The Head of Workshop : Daryono, ST

Types of Cooperation Offered

The academic staffs at the Department of Mechanical Engineering have a range of competencies that can be offered to the stakeholders for various forms of cooperation such as:

  1. Training which includes:
    • Welding Training
    • Tool Machines Training
    • Automotive Training
    • Care and Repair AC training
    • Autodesk Inventor Training
    • Auto CAD Training
    • The minimum number of participants is 10 people and maximum is 30 people per class.
  2. Services include:
    • The development of Agricultural Machinery
    • The development of Plantation Machinery
    • Development of Fishery Machinery
    • Development of Processing Machinery
    • Metal Material Testing Services

The Program

 

 

Vision

By 2020, the Department of Electronic Engineering will become the best and the most reliable vocational education provider which is able to create graduates with high personalities and comparative & competitive advantages in both national and international level.

Mission

Developing and applying science and technology in the field of electricity, electronics and information & communication technologies to support regional and national development through a maximum empowerment of the potential.

Purpose 

  1. Producing graduates who have high personality and competencies in the field of electricity, electronics and information & communication technology.
  2. Producing applied research to support regional development in the field of agricultural industry based on the Pattern of Scientific Principles (PIP) of Politeknkk Negeri Pontianak.
  3. Creating graduates who are able to adapt to the development of science and technology.

Teaching Staff

Total number of teaching staff : 35 People
Doctor graduate: 2 people
Master graduates : 18 People
Bachelor graduates : 15 people

Organizational Structure

The Head of department : H. Irawan Suharto, ST
The Secretary: Wawan Heryawan, ST
The Head of Electrical Engineering Program : Fartha Haryadi, ST
The Head of Electrical Engineering Laboratories : Suparno, ST
The Head of Electrical Engineering Workshops : Dwi Harjono, ST., MT
The Head of Electronics Engineering Program : Medi Yuwono Tharam, ST
The Head of Electronics Engineering Laboratories: Hasan, ST
The Head of Electronics Engineering Workshops: Rianda, ST 
The Head of Informatics Engineering Program: Wendhi Yuniarto, ST., MT
The Head of Informatics Engineering Laboratories : Suheri, ST

Facilities

  1. Classrooms equipped with AC, whiteboard and LCD projector
  2. Electrical Engineering Laboratories
  3. Electrical Engineering Workshops
  4. Electronics Engineering Laboratories
  5. Electronics Engineering Workshops
  6. Computer laboratory
  7. Language Laboratory
  8. The room for students association
  9. Library
  10. Hotspot Free Area
  11. Internet cafe
  12. E-learning
  13. Students’ Dormitory

Graduates Competences

The existence of the department has been recognized as its graduates are always needed by industries. The graduates get not only a diploma but also expertise certification according to their professional preferences to increase their competences in workforce.

Expertise Areas:

  1. Designing and installing electrical installations for private, commercial and industrial buildings.
  2. Electric Machinery
  3. Generation, distribution and protection
  4. Microprocessors, control systems and automation
  5. Electronics and instrumenisasi
  6. Network and computer hardware
  7. Software
  8. Telecommunication

Types of Cooperation Offered

The academic staffs at the Department of Electronic Engineering have a range of competencies that can be offered to the stakeholders for various forms of cooperation such as:

1. Various trainings such as:

  • Programmable Logic Control (PLC)
  • Household Electrical Installation
  • Electrical Machinery
  • Computer (Networking and Computer Hardware)
  • Software
  • Java Education National Indonesia (JENI)
  •  Design and Design WEB
  • Robotics
  • Alternative Energy (Solar Energy, Wind Energy, Biomass Energy, Energy micro-hydro)
  • Computer-adided teaching

2. Services such as:

  • Energy Audit
  • Feasibility Study of Alternative Energy

3.  Products such as:

  • Solar Home System (SHS)
  • Off Grid Solar System
  • WEB
  • Control Panels Power Systems
  • Traffic Light

The Program

 

 

Brief History

The Department of Accounting in Pontianak State Polytechnic was opened in the academic year 1997/1998 based on the decree of the Director General of Higher Education of Department of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia Number: 75/DIKTI/Kep/1997. On its initial establishment, the department had only one course, that is, Diploma III program in Financial Accounting. After graduating professionals in financial accounting sector, in the academic year 2008/2009, the Diploma IV program in Public Sector Accounting was opened in accordance with the decree of the Director General of the Higher Education Ministry of National Education Republic of Indonesia Number: 2131/DT/T/2008. Since then, the diploma IV course has received positive response from the society. Accounting Department has obtained accreditation status “B” from the National Accreditation Board (BAN) which is stated in the decision letter Number 025/BAN-PT/Ak-XI/Dpl-III/XII/201. The department nationally obtained a further recognition as, in 2003, it won the grant competition of TPSDP batch III (a grant program developed by the Directorate General of Higher Education and the Asia Development Bank) to strengthen Accounting Study Program year 2004-2007. In 2007, the department obtained a grant of K1 Inherent enabling the department to be one of the colleges which perform information technology-based learning system (e-learning).

Teaching Staff

Total number of teaching staff: 20 People
Doctor graduate:  1 person
Master graduates: 19 People
Bachelor graduates:  5 people

    
    
       
    

Organizational Structure

The Head of department: Arianto, SE, MM
The Secretary : Sari Zawitri, SE, M.Si
The Head of Accounting Study Program: Zulfikar, SE, MPA
The head of Sector Public Accounting Program: Tashadi Tarmizi, SE, M.Si, Ak
The head of Laboratories: Linda Suherma, SE, M.Si

              
            
        
     
             

 

Types of cooperation offered

The academic staffs at the Department of Accounting have a range of competencies that can be offered to the stakeholders for various forms of cooperation such as:

  1. Organizing special clases Trainings, such as: accounting, banking, taxation, accounting computer, taxation computer, MYOB, SPSS, Research Methodology (Certified).
  2. Research, such as: research on and the development of applied economy, research on the development of local potential.
  3. Various services, such as: Accounting system design for business entities, accounting and financial consultation services, management consultation services.

The Program

 

 

Department of   Business   Administration whose I study program was Secretary and Office Administration has been operating   since 1999. Previously, this department was a division   in the Department of Commerce Administration which was opened in 1994 and became Diploma III program in 1997. Its operational permit is based on decree No 35/ DIKTI/ KEP/ 2007, dated   22 March 2007.

Recently, the department has 2 study programs: Diploma III program in Business Administration and Diploma IV Program in  State Administration.

Business Administration Study Program has been accredited and awarded B Grade by National Accreditation Board of Education and Culture Department of Republic of Indonesia, based on its decree Number 016/BAN-PT/Ak-XI/Dp I– III/ IX/ 2011.

Teaching Staff

Total number of teaching staff : 25 people
Doctor graduates: 2 people
Master graduates: 20 people
Bachelor graduates: 3 people

 

Organizational Structure

The Head of department : Ismail Umar, SE.MM
The Secretary   : Marsela Diaz, SE.M.SA, Ak
The Head of program of Business Administration: Liliyana, SE.MM
The head of State Administration: Ade M Yuardhani, S.Sos, M.Si
The head of Laboratories: Januardi M. Diah, SE, M.AB

Teaching and Learning System

The duraton of Diploma III program is 6 semester (3 years), while Diploma IV program is completed in 8 semester (4 years). The composition of the lessons is 60% practical work and 40% theoretical lesson.

Menggunakan “Dual Sistem” yaitu pembelajaran di kelas/laboratorium dan di lapangan dalam bentuk pratikum kerja lapangan pada setiap semester. Hal ini dilakukan agar teori yang disampaikan di kelas atau di laboratorium langsung sesuai dengan praktek kerja di lapangan atau di kantor pemerintahan.

Using dual system that integrates  lessons delivery in classrooms, laboratories and workshops with field work practice (PKL) in each semester. It is done to match the lessons delivered with work practices in goverment offices

Facilities

All classrooms and Laboratories have been equipped with Air Conditioner and various equipments to support teaching and learning process.  The room and facilities mentioned above are:

  1. A complete and modern office laboratory equipped with internet connection for leadership practices and for government administration study by using e-government program.
  2. Manual Typing Laboratory that is used for speed typing / manuscript & administrative document writing practices by using ten fingers of blind systems.
  3. Two computer laboratories which are equipped with internet connection to support e-government program.
  4. An E-government laboratory for electronic government subject.
  5. A Modern and soundproof seminar room, that can also be used for teleconference, for public relation and state protocol practices.
  6. A library equipped with internet access holding an extensive collection of references related to administration.
  7. Table Manner room for table manner practice eauipped with hotspot access.
  8. Language laboratory
  9. Lecturers’ room equipped with internet access.
  10. Free – internet – access room for students for teaching materials and teaching information access.

Types of Cooperation Offered

The academic staffs at the Department of Business Administration have a range of competencies that can be offered to the stakeholders for various forms of cooperation such as:

  1. Trainings, Such as:
    1. Office Computer Application
    2. SPSS Statistic Application
    3. Filing
    4. Entrepreneurship
    5. Marketing
    6. Financial Management
    7. Secretaryship
    8. Basic Accounting
    9. Tax Brevet A and B
  2. Services, such as:
    1. ISO Auditor
    2. Master of competence assessors of office administration
    3. Competence Assessors of Office Administration
    4. Financial Audito

The Program

 

 

Diploma III program in plantation product processing technology

The department of Agricultural Technology with its study program of plantation product processing technology (TPHP) was established based on decree of Directorate General of Higher Education (DIKTI) number 412/DIKTI/Kep 1999. It has been accredited with B grade based on the decree of National Accreditation Board of Higher Education of Educational and Cultural Department of Republic Indonesia number 015/BAN-PT/Ak-V/Dpl-III/2005 dated 27 December 2005.

Teaching Staff

Total number of teaching staff : 24 People
Doctor graduate: 1 person
Master graduates: 14 People
Bachelor graduates: 9 people

Organizational Structure

The Head of department  : Donor Utomo Muhammad Susilo, STP.,MP
The Secretary: Abdi Redha, SP., MP
The Head of TPHP: Lamria Mangunsong, STP., M.Sc
The head of Chemistry-Biochemistry: Kuswartini, STP., M. Sc
The head of Process Enginering Laboratory:  Agato, ST., M. Eng

Vision

”Being professional in providing higher education and becoming the leading partner for the society  in developing efficient and high-yielding agricultural technology ”.

Mission

  1. Producing professional and qualified graduates in agricultural technology.
  2. Carrying out and developing applied research to support both local and national development.
  3. Promoting mutual and suitanable cooperation with society.
  4. Encouraging and developing agricultural-based entrepreneurial spirit.

Educational Program

The department of Agricultural Technology is a diploma III program which has total credits of 120 to be completed in 6 semesters. This department also organizes training programs such as tubers-based processing technology, palm oil-based processing technology, coconut-based processing technology, rubber-based processing technology, fruit and vegetable chip processing technology, coffee-based processing technology, and essential oil extraction, production of instant products, renewable energy, proximate acid, water treatment, water analysis, waste utilization and microbiology test.  

Graduate Competences

  1. Mastering basic theories of and the application of plantation/ agricultural product processing technology.
  2. Mastering the theories of and the techniques of testing and controlling the quality of industrial product of agricultural/ plantaton product
  3. Mastering the theories  and techniques of environment –friendly waste processing of agricultural and plantation products. 
  4. Agricultural / plantation product processing technology-based entrepreneur

Facilities

  1. Convenient classrooms equipped with Air Conditioner, LCD Projector and computer.
  2. Laboratory of plantation product processing technology which concists of: chemistry/biochemistry laboratory; biology/microbiology laboratory; quality/ sensory test laboratory.
  3. Process engineering laboratory/ pilot plant which consists of: Process engineering laboratory and waste laboratory.
  4. Mini palm factory with capacity of 0.5 ton/ hour.
  5.  The department’s library which holds various books and scientific journal related to agricultural technology and equipped with reading room, internet connection and air conditioner.
  6. Pilot plantation of oil palm and rubber covering an area of 13 hectare.
  7. Rubber Processing Factory.

Graduate Prospects

  1.  Industries of plantation product processing such as PTPN, PT Sandika Nata Palma, PT Bumi Pratama Khatulistiwa,  PT Syngenta,   PT Sumber Warih Sejahtera (Top Qua), PT Bintang Harapan Desa, PT Mitra Jeruk Lestari.
  2. Goverment agencies such as: Polnep, Untan, Local goverment and other related goverment agencies).
  3. Banking such as Bank Kalbar and Bank Panin.
  4. Industrial Entrepreneurship in products sucg as Alo Aloe Vera, Nata de Coco, instant ginger, Nira sugar, coffee bean/ powder.

Industrial Cooperation

The departmen of Agricultural Technology has had mutual cooperation with other parties, such as:

  1. Sucofindo – Product quality testing
  2. PTPN XIII- Palm oil processing
  3. BPK (Bumi Pratama Khatulistiwa) – Palm oil processing
  4. PT. Hok Tong- Rubber processing
  5. UPSMB- Product quality testing
  6.  Aloevera Centre- Aloevera processing centre 
  7. PT SIA – Palm oil processing
  8. PT. Bintang Harapan Desa – Coconut oil processing

Types of Cooperation Offered

The academic staffs at the Department of Agricultural Technology have a range of competencies that can be offered to the stakeholders for various forms of cooperation such as:

  1. Research on and development/training of plantation and agriculture-based technology and products.
  2. Consulting and analytical laboratory preparation detasering.
  3. Training of palm-oil waste processing technology

West Kalimantan whose coastline stretches for 821 Km, has enormous fishery and marines resources which need technology and human resource development. In relation to the fact, Pontianak State Polytechnic as a professional education institution established the department of Fisheries and Marines Science with 3 (three) study programs : Technology of Fish Farming, Technology of Fish Processing, and Technology of Fishing. The department aims at developing applied technology and providing professional and job-ready human resources to meet the demand of industrial fishery markets especially those in west Kalimantan which, in turn, promote the development of national fishery.

The department has 3 study programs:

  1. Technology of Fish Farming
  2. Technology of Fish Processing
  3. Technology of Fishing

Vision

By 2020, The Department of Marine and Fisheries Science will become the best and the most reliable vocational education in marine and fisheries sector in both national and international level.

Mission

By considering its function, role, duties & vision that set the professional education as the priority and applied research & continuous quality performance, the Department of Marine and Fisheries Science states its mission as follows:

  1. Carrying out professional education and applied research for the improvement of public welfare in order to support national development efforts which are in line and commensurate with the society’s need by  prioritizing the development of entrepreneurial spirit and Quality Management System (QMS).
  2. Developing and maintaining healthy and dynamic professionalism through Evaluation and Monitoring System, autonomy, and accountability & accreditation for ISO standardization. 
  3. Developing and utilizing science and technology to improve society’s welfare by extensively utilizing the Department’s resources through the development of creativity, integrity and productivity of its academic personels.

Teaching Staff

Total number of teaching staff : 40 People
Master graduates  : 4 People
Bachelor graduates: 36 people

Organizational Structure

The Head of department : Belvi Vatria, A.Pi, M.Si
The Secretary : Jumadi Sudarso, S.St.Pi., M.Si
The Head of Technology of Fish Farming program: Yusuf Tatang Johari, S.St. Pi., M.Si
The head of Technology of Fishing program: Sadri, S.St.Pi., MT
The head of Technology of Fish processing program: Aloysius Masi, S.St.Pi
The head of Fish Farming Laboratory: Susilawati, S.Pi., M.Si 
The head of Fish Farming Workshop: Suparmin, S.Pi
The head of sardat of fishing:  La Baharudin, S.St.Pi., MT
The head of sardat of fishing:  Rasidi, S.St.Pi., MT
The head of Fish processing  workshop:  Lukas Wibowo, S.St.Pi
The head of Fish processing  Laboratory:  Evi F, S.St.Pi., M.Si

 The Program

 

 

Diploma III Program in Architecture Engineering

Brief History

In 1987, Politeknk Negeri Pontianak was established which was followed by the opening of several departments to support the teaching and learning process such as the Department of Civil Engineering, the Department of Mechanical Engineering and the Department of Electrical Engineering. In its further development, the Department of Civil Engineering had two study programs: Civil Engineering and Architecture Engineering. Subsequently, the department was renamed as the Department of Civil Engineering and Planning.

Architecture engineering program was opened for the first time in 2000 based on decree No 232/DIKTI/KEP/2000 dated 17 July 2007. As an effort to improve its service quality and for the sake of the development of the study program to fulfill the demand of professional, well-trained and job-ready engineers to be used in regional, national and international levels, a new department of Architecture Engineering was opened to accommodate Architecture engineering program based on the director’s decree number 2816/PL16/OT/ 2011 dated 1 November 2011.

Vision

By 2020, Architecture engineering  Study Program as the integral part of Polnep will become an active and successful educational  and applied-research insitution in both national and international level which creates graduates who are competent in carrying out construction and art works, have self confidence and independence, responsible, polite, responsive to changes and  uphold ethics, morality, cultural and humanitarian values.

Mission

Carrying out education and architectural research on planning and designing buildings healthily and dynamically   by extensively utilizing science, technology & art and other existing sources to support the national development, particularly in West Kalimantan Province to improve public welfare.  

Purpose

Creating graduates who are competent in planning and designing buildings with the abilities to plan and design works of architecture, analyze the cost estimation and supervise building construction works.

Graduates Competencies

 

  • Theoretical competencies
    1. Having coherent and consistent architectural logic in accordance with the competencies required in architectural education as a basis to a standard level of the architectural profession.
    2. Being able to plan and design low-floor story building (up to 4 floors), both for single building or multimass in the Mezo-scale.
    3. Having ability in expressing the idea in both manual and digital architectural pictures.
    4. Being able to prepare budget plan, make the job offer and work schedule.
    5. Having capability to be architects’ assistants, in professional careers, in designing architectural buildings.
    6. Being skillfully able to do architectural works by using a simple-to medium-level technology.
  • Manual Drawing Competencies
    1. Being able to use the manual drawing equipment, according to the depth of picture information required.
    2. Being able to organize the architectural information in the image sheet and undergo the process of coherent and continuous designing process as the requirement of working drawings for construction.
    3. Having Capability in expressing the ideas in developing the synthesis of architectural design through free hand skills.
    4. Being skillful in delivering architectural information in accordance with standardization provisions in the field of construction services.
  • Digital Drawing Competencies
    1. Being able to use digital drawing equipment, according to the depth of picture information required both in two dimensional pictures by using CAD program and three-dimensional images by using 3DMax program and other softwares which are able to deliver architectural information.
    2. Being able to organize the architectural information in the image sheet and undergo the process of coherent and continuous designing process as the requirement of working drawings for construction.
    3. Having capability to transform ideas from hand sketches into digital format, without losing the substance of the ideas, as well as to develop a synthesis of architectural by using the existing digital drawing equipment.
    4. Being skillful in delivering architectural information, particularly in digital format, in accordance with standardization provisions in the field of construction services.

 

Academic Staff

The department has 25 academic staffs consisting of 21 teaching staffs of Architecture Engineering Program and 4 administrative staffs and technicians. Out of the 21 teaching staffs, 10 people are master graduates, 7 people are in progress of completing master and doctoral degrees and 5 people are bachelor graduates.

Organizational Structure

The head of the department: Chandra Bayu, ST, MT
The secretary: Achmad Eko Yanuar, ST, MT
The head of Architecture Engineering Program: Yudithya Ratih, ST, MT
The head of Digital Laboratory: Palupi Ikayanti, ST
The head of Graphic Studio: Agus Susanto, ST

Curriculum

Total number of credits in Architectural Studies Program is 115 credits with credits composition of theory and practice courses 46.98%: 53.02% which is in line the decree of National Education Minister Number: 232/U/2000. Curriculum competencies are formulated along with the involvement of stake holders.

Facilities

Classrooms, Seminar room, Graphic laboratory, Computer laboratory, Workshops, Library and Display room

The Types of Cooperation Offered

The academic staffs at the Department of Civil Engineering and Planning have a range of competencies that can be offered to the stakeholders for various forms of cooperation such as:

  1. Programming services, such as: planning & designing and the conception of planning & designing.
  2. Schematic design services which include: idea sketches, pre-design image, designing & planning report and Cost estimation report.
  3. Design and Image Development Services which include: Development images, Outline of the Technical Specifications, Pre Budget Plan.
  4. Construction documents which include: auction pictures, Work Plans and requirements,a nd Budget Plan
  5. Performing periodic monitoring in the name of service users in matters related to construction techniques that include providing additional explanation to clarify the intent and definition that have been specified in construction documents, drawings pictures and or make additional terms to make an adjustment to the real work situation when it is necessary, checking and, if necessary, repairing workshop drawings prepared by a contractor or third party.

Research, publication, community service and other results.

Research culture in Architecture Engineering Program has been developed. Many research, either independent or DIKTI and DIPA- funded research, have been conducted. Among the research, some of them have been published in internationally accredited journals and the others are published in academic journal in Politeknik Negeri Pontianak. Community services, which are conducted in group of 3-6 people, also have been done although they are still in a small scale. 

To encourage the lecturers to conduct research, do community services, and write in academic journals of Politeknik Negeri Pontianak, they have been required to do the three things above mentioned individually or in group as the promotion requirements. 

Students’ extracurricular Activities

In general, students’ extra-curricular activities are led to academic and reasoning activities which include sports such as: football, volleyball, basketball, badminton, table tennis and taekwondo, art such as music, interests such as English club, and religious organizations such as Islamic student association (Himsah) and the Christian Student Association. Those activities are organized by the Unit of Student Activities of Politeknik Negeri pontianak.