Field Work Lectures (KKL) are intracurricular activities carried out by PGRI Palembang University students directly in the field to study administration and other fields relevant to the study program and to contribute skills and knowledge possessed by students. While the Real Work Lecture (KKN) is a form of community service carried out by students in interdisciplinary, institutional, and partnership ways as a manifestation of the tridharma of higher education. KKN is a form of education through learning experiences to students directly in the midst of society.
In connection with the implementation of Field Work Lectures (KKL) and or Real Work Lectures (KKN) students of PGRI Palembang University TA. 2021/2022, which is planned to be held on October 11 to November 22, 2021. For this reason, Universitas PGRI Palembang will hold a Perception Meeting of the KKN/KKL Supervising Lecturers on Monday, October 4, 2021 at the Drs Hall. H. Aidil Fitrisyah, M.M. Lt. V Business and Science Center Building, PGRI University Palembang. This activity was opened directly by the Chancellor of the University of PGRI Palembang, Dr. H. Bukman Lian, M.M., M.Sc., CIQaR and attended by Vice Chancellor I/II, Vice Chancellor III. Director and Deputy Director of Postgraduate, Dean, Deputy Dean, Head of Bureau, Chair and Members of GPM as well as all assigned KKN/KKL supervisors. In this meeting the engineering faculty was represented by: Adiguna, S.T., M.Sc., Herri Purwanto, S.T., M.T., Nita Nurdiana, S.T., M.T and Nurlela, S.T., M.T
Appearing as a speaker at the event, the Head of LPPKM, Universitas PGRI Palembang, Dr. Rohana, M.Pd. who on this occasion delivered material about KKL/KKN which includes: regarding the meaning, procedures for implementation, aims and objectives, schedule of activities, stages of KKL/KKN and work programs.
With this common perception, it is hoped that the KKL/KKN supervisors can have the same direction in terms of implementation in accordance with the guidelines set by the university, both in terms of guiding and monitoring. The benefits for students with the existence of this KKL/KKN include: fostering students to contribute to building the world of education, giving students the ability to develop, plan and implement work programs, train students to empower all available potential, both human resources and natural resources, provide experience learn to students about real work and provide solutions needed by the community, preparing students to become competent members of the community.