Two student proposals for the PKM program Funded by the Vocational Higher Education in 2022

Lhokseumawe - Through the successful passage of two proposals as prize winners for the Student Creativity Program (PKM) in 2022, Lhokseumawe State Polytechnic (PNL) students once again made national strides. The proposals for the Creativity Program for the Student Category for Scientific Articles (PKM-AI) and the category of Written Futuristic Ideas (PKM-GFT) will be funded by the Academic Directorate of Vocational Higher Education.

One of the two proposals that were approved was submitted by a group of students majoring in information and computer technology from the informatics technology study program, and it was titled "Empowerment and Economic Improvement of the Lancok Village Community through Processing Shells as Souvenir Raw Materials." Annisa Rizka Aulia serves as the group's chair, and members Irwansyah and Mesti. Muhammad Arhami, S.Si., M.Kom, is a supervisor for this group.

Another group of students who passed the PKM program came from the applied undergraduate study program in road and bridge construction engineering, majoring in civil engineering with the title "The Effect of the Use of Coal Fly Ash Filters on Marshall Parameter Values and Geoporous Asphalt Permeability Values." Farah Akifah is the chairperson, and Achmad Syuhada and Muhammad Daffa are members. This griyp is supervised by Zairipan Jaya, S.T., M.T. 

Meanwhile, when asked about their next plans, the two teams said they would continue to improve their creativity through various means, with the hope that these innovative ideas will continue to emerge from among us and other students in proposing PKM the following year.