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Harni Kusniyati, Muhammad Fadhiil Rachman
International Journal of Scientific Research in Computer Science, Engineering and Information Technology, Volume 8, pp 171-179; https://doi.org/10.32628/cseit22818

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There are enough facilities to support teaching and learning activities provided by schools in Indonesia. However, facilities damage can disturb the learning activities at school. To maintain the eligibility of school facilities, it is necessary to report facilities damage by submitting complaint to the school administration staff. However, there is a new problem during the process of the damage reporting, namely slow response to the report that has been submitted by students. Therefore, it is important to have a reporting application that is accessible for both students and school administration staff. It is expected that the school be able to respond to students’ complaints quickly in order to ensure the continuity of learning activities at school. Simple Additive Weighting (SAW) algorithm is able to provide accurate decision by prioritizing based on the criteria for the severity of school facilities damage. The report can be responded immediately by supporting the best report of all school facilities damage reports that is submitted by students through web application, which is selected by SAW algorithm decision.
H M Naveen
International Journal of Scientific Research in Computer Science, Engineering and Information Technology, Volume 8, pp 180-186; https://doi.org/10.32628/cseit122818

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With the sole objective of making the fresh graduates to be ready for employment with the necessary knowledge, competencies and the attitude, the UGC has framed the guidelines for higher educational institutions to offer apprenticeship and/or internship integrated degree programme at the under-graduate level. The scheme will focus on outcome-based learning and will equip the students to demonstrate workforce abilities for potential employment. The Apprenticeship/Internship degree programme will be embedded in the general stream with cooperation between industry and academia. This will bring a close relationship between education and industry/service sectors on a sustainable basis apart from helping the industry in securing good quality manpower. Across the global, Apprenticeship/Internship is considered as the most efficient and effective structured training programme for exposure to the real working environment. This strategy has an enormous scope to combine work-based learning with theoretical knowledge of respective disciplines. Amendments made in Apprenticeship Act/Rules during 2014-19 have given scope to link Apprenticeship programme to Education. Further, the UGC taking into consideration the present situation has framed new guidelines to improve the employability of students in the general stream ; to focus on outcome-based learning ; and to promote linkage between the degree programmes and industry. In this regard, the present article will introduce the readers with regard to the programme objectives, scope, duration, credit mechanism, assessment, learning outcome, role of HEIs, roles of Industry Associations, Sector Skill Councils and Board of Apprenticeship Training and lastly, monitoring by UGC. These guidelines have been designed keeping in view the visionary goal set by the NEP, 2020 for holistic development of the students.
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