PGRI Palembang University as an institution that has sufficient human resources with backgrounds in various disciplines, accompanied by the availability of very adequate supporting facilities, of course has the ability to carry out various activities of the Tridharma of Higher Education (education and teaching, research, and community service), so that it can contribute to the development of the nation through inter-institutional cooperation. Therefore, the advantages and strengths possessed by the University of PGRI Palembang need to be utilized as much as possible to capture the opportunities that exist in its external environment. For this reason, in order to facilitate various collaborative activities, it is deemed necessary to make a Cooperation Guide. The collaboration referred to in this Cooperation Guide is an agreement between PGRI Palembang University and its partners, which is stated in a collective agreement or cooperation agreement signed by the parties involved in the cooperation activity.
Following up on the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between PGRI Palembang University and the Jejawi District Government, the Faculty of Engineering, PGRI Palembang University continues to expand its cooperation with various institutions. On Monday, September 27, 2021, at the Jejawi Village Head’s Office, a collaboration was established between the Study Program within the Faculty of Engineering, Universitas PGRI Palembang and the Jejawi Village Head by signing a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA).
On the occasion attended by the Dean of FT. PGRI Palembang Adiguna University, S.T., M.Sc., Deputy Dean of FT. Aan Sefentry, S.T., M.T., Lecturer of FT. Herri Purwanto, S.T., M.T and Jejawi Village Head Zulkarnain, SE. Through the signing of this Memorandum of Understanding, we hope that we can apply it through real activities such as joint research, not just a signature, and we hope that both parties can improve quality and competence as well as cooperation in all fields.
After the signing of the MoA, the activity was continued with a field survey to find out what potentials are owned and can be developed in Jejawi Village, including the fields of research, service and education as well as entrepreneurship.