Sempro or seminar proposals become an inseparable part of the process of preparing theses, theses, and dissertations. The scientific work is a mandatory requirement for completing lectures, so it must be prepared properly and correctly. What is meant by sempro is the submission of a research plan that is presented to the supervisor and examiner for evaluation. The aim is to assist students in preparing thesis so that the research direction is correct, identify research topics, formulate hypotheses, understand research background, develop or adjust appropriate methods. While practical work is an activity carried out by final year students as part of the curriculum that must be carried out by civil engineering students, the purpose of this practical work is to learn and add insight into the world of work, and as a form of application of the theory that has been obtained in lectures. In addition, practical work is one of the requirements for academic administration to complete the undergraduate/S1 level.
The Faculty of Engineering, Civil Engineering Study Program, Universitas PGRI Palembang, on Friday (15/07/2022) even semester of the academic year 2021/2022 held a Thesis Proposal Seminar and Job Training Seminar which was held in the Hall of the Faculty of Engineering, Building D, 1st Floor, Universitas PGRI Palembang.
The thesis proposal seminar was attended by 5 (five) participants, namely: 1. Ahmad Sofuan, 2. Tobias Tamba Siagian, 3. Elsa Septiana, 4.M. Sutri Romzi, 5. Young Taufik. While the practical work seminar was attended by 2 (two) participants, namely: 1. Maulana Aziz, 2. Muhammad Haikal Amamy. Both seminars were conducted with a team of examiners consisting of: 1. Amiwarti, S.T., M.T., 2. Herri Purwanto, S.T., M.T., 3. Reffanda Kurniawan, S.T., M.M.