VILLAGE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (KKN-T) ACTIVITIES IN PECATU VILLAGE, MBKM PROGRAM 2022 University General
Village Development Program or KKN-T is a village building program which is one of the Merdeka Belajar – Kampus Merdeka (MBKM) programs. In this program initiated by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology, students get various knowledge from outside the lectures that can be useful when entering the industry. Based on the predetermined timeframe, students who take part in the KKN-T program will receive an award in the form of converting 20 credits of relevant courses determined by the Study Program with reference to the Course Learning Outcomes (CPMK) to be converted. In the 2022/2023 period, LPPM of Udayana University was holding Real Thematic Work Lectures (KKN-T). One of them is KKN-T team stationed in Pecatu Village, South Kuta District, Badung Regency, Bali Province for four months, 26 August 2022 - 15 January 2023. The architecture students involved in this activity consisted of nine students, both class of 2019 and 2020.
KKN-T activities in Pecatu Village, based on the results of discussions that have been carried out together with the Field Supervisor and Perbekel Desa Pecatu, there are 4 location points that became the focus in designing public spaces that will be carried out, including the design public space at Nyang-Nyang Beach, design of public facilities at Labuhan Sait Beach, design of the pemlukatan area at Beji Song Bintang Temple, design of public space at Pecatu Village Park, and design of corridors at the protocol road of Pecatu Village. The purpose of this research is to design a public space that can improve the quality of life and welfare of the Pecatu Village community, as well as a forum for improving the community's economy. The final product compiled by students were in the form of digital 3D, animated videos, posters, brochures and final reports which will be evaluated together with related parties and followed up as a form of final product which will be given to the village.
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