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KKM XLI: Race against Weather, Third Day Project Completed 92%

Quite similar with the second day, on the third day of the 41st Student Work Camp (KKM) the students continued the project from the previous day. In the male students project, until the third day (16/1/2019), the Public Street Lighting (PJU) installation on the 300-meter road, 100% was completed and paving the road until this afternoon, it was completed 41 meters from the 50-meter target, which hopefully tomorrow can be finished. For bridge railing, from 20 points it has been completed 100%. While the drainage project, from 150 meters of drainage on the first day has been completed almost 50% are forced to be repeated again due to weather constraints. Until this afternoon there are still 50 meters that have not been completed yet, and will be completed by the committee, it is hoped that tomorrow can be done. "It was a pity that it was raining yesterday afternoon, so that the cement in the drainage channel which had not yet dried up, it was eroded by the rain. Today we are repairing it, hopefully, tomorrow can be finished," said Erwin, one of the XLI KKM organizers when met at the location.

KKM XLI: Residents Participate in Project Activities

As scheduled, on the second day of the 41st Student Work Camp (KKM) in Ketindan Village, new students (maba) are directed to the land where they will continue the project and community service on Tuesday, Jan 15, 2019.As usual, after the morning routine, freshmen were first collected for project preparation discussions followed by hiking towards the project area. On this second day, male students work on road rebates, installation of PJU, rehabilitation of drainage, and preparation of bridge railings.

The Rector Prof. Dr. Ir. Nuhfil Hanani Released About 800 New Students From The KKM XLI Participants

The 41st Student Work Camp (KKM XLI), Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Brawijaya (FTUB) officially began. Located in the rectorate square of Universitas Brawijaya (UB), the Rector, Prof. Dr. Ir. Nuhfil Hanani officially released about 800 new students from the KKM XLI participants on Monday, January 14, 2019. Not only the Rector and his staff, the Dean of FT, the Vice Deans of Student Affairs in UB, the Heads of Departments in the FT, BEM FT, the Chairperson of the Department of Student Association, and the committee from the FT administrative staff also present in sending the participants of this community service off. Before the Rector releases the participants, the Vice Dean of Student Affairs of FT-UB, Dr.Eng. Denny Widhiyanuriyawan as the person in charge of the activity reported that the KKM participants consisted of 468 male and 303 female students. These freshmen will be accompanied by 250 senior students and about 30 committees from lecturers and employees.

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