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Jurnal Vokasi Indonesia
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ISSN : 23555807     EISSN : 24773433     DOI : 10.7454
Jurnal Vokasi Indonesia is a applied and scientific journal which publishes original articles on new knowledge, research or applied research and other development related to vocational issue. The journal is published by Vocational Program universitas Indonesia and provides a broad-based forum for the publication and sharing of ongoing research and development in vocational higher education study.
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Industrial-Based Learning (IBL): Promoting Excellent on Polytechnics and Vocational Higher Education Ilyas, Ismed P.
Jurnal Vokasi Indonesia Vol 5, No 1 (2017): January - June
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (369.264 KB) | DOI: 10.7454/jvi.v5i1.107

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The industrial sector plays an important role in the national and global economy. A significant global change has shaped many industries recently: That is, industrial operation modes have shifted from local to global markets. Digital business and the implementation of extended enterprise are becoming a new playground and have become strategies for survival. Based on this, we find that more practical and business-oriented education (polytechnics and vocational higher education (PVHE), specifically) is actively participating and playing an important role in industrializing the nation. The current and future competitiveness of national industry depends on highly educated and motivated professionals, as their capabilities are critical to future industry viability. and vocational higher education (PVHE) in Indonesia are required to be included as major drivers with important roles in promoting excellence for national industry, leveraging their competitive advantages, and leveling up the national economics in order to cope with global challenges in the years to come[1]. In general, the practice of most PVHE in Indonesia has been carried out separately and independently from industry. It is difficult for industry to comprehend and adapt directly to the technological advances from the PVHE. Therefore, PVHE needs a new collaboration approach in order to prepare industry for innovation and to maintain its competitive advantages.This paper will discuss a specific implementation of manufacturing education in one PVHE in Indonesia, known as Politeknik Manufaktur (POLMAN) Bandung. The discussion emphasizes the way in which POLMAN Bandung carries out manufacturing education by means of an Industrial-Based Learning (IBL) model that embraces collaboration between education and industry. Implemented in the last two decades, POLMAN Bandung’s IBL model has shown its quality as a promising breakthrough for integrating a “real” industry environment with the education concept. With IBL, POLMAN Bandung has been able to establish a new definition and education paradigms within which direct involvement of all stakeholders is carried out through a number of collaborative actions linking needs of both the industrial and education systems. Moreover, IBL brings up a number of important issues in manufacturing education, such as embedding entrepreneurship and innovation within the education system, providing an education model as a means of developing qualified workforces and professionals for new job environments, and promoting an integrated approach of Tri-Dharma Perguruan Tinggi (education and training, research and technology transfers, and community services). POLMAN Bandung IBL is one of promising models in manufacturing education as it is able to address a number of emerging challenges related to industry, academia and society in general (including government); as well as to comprehend the implementation of knowledge transfer to maintain technological excellence in industry. Furthermore, POLMAN Bandung IBL also promotes and develops competency and professionalism that can be used as a strategic framework for promoting productive teaching and active learning at the PVHE in general.
TINJAUAN ATAS ASAS KEADILAN & KEMUDAHAN ADMINISTRASI PAJAK DALAM PENGENAAN PAJAK PENGHASILAN FINAL 1% TERHADAP WAJIB PAJAK UMKM Arianty, Fitria
Jurnal Vokasi Indonesia Vol 5, No 1 (2017): January - June
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Tujuan Penerapan Kebijakan Pajak Penghasilan Final dengan tarif 1% bagi Wajib Pajak pelaku Usaha Mikro, Kecil dan Menengah (UMKM)  adalah untuk meningkatkan penerimaan pajak dari sektor UMKM, yang dikategorikan sebagai kegiatan ekonomi bawah tanah karena aktivitas ekonominya yang tidak terdeteksi oleh sistem pemungutan pajak konvensional. Penerapan PPh Final ini lebih mengedepankan Asas Kemudahan Administrasi Perpajakan dengan mengabaikan Asas Keadilan, agar pelaku UMKM ini masuk dalam database Wajib Pajak Direktorat Jenderal Pajak, untuk kemudian dapat melaksanakan kewajiban perpajakannya. Metode penelitian yang dipakai adalah pendekatan kualitatif yang bersifat deskriptif. Data yang diperoleh merupakan data primer dan sekunder yang dapat dijadikan tinjauan dan landasan peneliti untuk menganalisis permasalahan-permasalahan yang ada. Hasil penelitian dan analisis yang telah peneliti lakukan adalah bahwa pada pelaksanaannya Asas Kemudahan Administasi Pajak yang dikedepankan oleh pembuat kebijakan tidak sepenuhnya tercapai, kebijakan PPh Final ini menimbulkan tambahan beban administrasi pajak bagi Wajib Pajak yang tunduk dengan kebijakan ini.
TRADITIONAL MEDICINAL PLANTS AS AN ELEMENT OF THEMATIC GARDEN LANDSCAPE AT SMAN 1 PONDIDAHA, KONAWE SELATAN, SULAWESI TENGGARA Faslih, Arman
Jurnal Vokasi Indonesia Vol 5, No 1 (2017): January - June
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Knowledge of traditional medicinal plants among teenagers are quite low, that caused by the information is very limited as well as the difficulty of obtaining real-life examples of traditional medicinal plants. Those inspired us to cooperate with SMAN 1 Pondidaha District Konawe (Sulawesi Tenggara) in an effort to provide solutions to these problems. SMAN 1 Pondidaha has vacant land large enough. Through IbM program (Ipteks bagi Masyarakat, science and technology for the People) Ministry or Research and Technology and Higher Education, we made thematic landscape in SMAN 1 Pondidaha locations using traditional medicinal plants as fillers garden or park. The method was conducted on the survey and measurement, search species of plants data that suitable with the design, preparation  of location and soil for planting of medicinal plants, labeling and maintenance. The results showed there are 6 types of medicinal plants are required for the design, namely 1) medicinal plants such as jarak (Jatropha curcas), jarak merah (J. gossypifolia), jarak tintir (J. multifida) and bougainvillea (Bougenvillea spectabilis), 2) medicinal plants and aesthetics, for example kembang sepatu (Hisbiscus rosasinensis), kembang nusa endah (Mussaenda philippia), tapak dara (Catharanthus roseus), 3) Barrier crops include gandaruso (Justisia gandarusso), Ashoka (Saraca asoca), teh-tehan (Duranti erecta), kroton (Codiacum variegatum), mangkokan (Notophanax scutellarium), 4) Vertical garden Plants  include lavender (Lavendula angustifolia), selasih (Ocium sp.), pancawarna (Hydrongea macrophylla), cabe hias (Solanum pseudo-capsicum), 5) Shade plants, for example pule (Alstonia scholaris), ketapang (Terminalia catappa), kelapa (Cocus nucifera), kamboja (Plumeria sp.), beringin (Ficus benjamina) and 6) Cover crops such as bunga kriminil (Althenantera amoena), rumput gajah (Pennisetum purpureum), rumput jepang (Zoysia japonica). These plants are used by the people as a remedy for various diseases.Keywords: Traditional medicinal plants, landscape, thematic, SMAN 1 Pondidaha
ANALYSIS OF IODINE CONTENT IN TABLE SALT Wulandari, Eka Ratri Noor
Jurnal Vokasi Indonesia Vol 5, No 1 (2017): January - June
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Iodine is essential nutrients for human body. It is needed by thyroid gland to produce thyroxine hormone. Human body cannot produce iodine by itself. There are some sources of iodine in food such as seafood, milk, egg, fruit and vegetable that can be consumed to fulfill the daily needs. Table salt is one of iodine’s source that routinely consumed, based on SNI No. 3556:2010, it has to be fortified by potassium iodate of 30-80 ppm. Lack of iodine intake will lead a disorder called Iodine Deficiency Disorders (IDD) which generally manifested as mumps. In this research, the analysis of iodate content in table salt was done by formation of blue I2-starch complex. The several optimum conditions showed for this measurement such as maximum wavelength, type and concentration of acid, and complex stability time. Based on commercial table salt sample analysis, showed that only 50% of our sample contain suitable amount of iodine while the others contains lower or almost no iodine. Keyword; table salt, iodine, iodate, I2-starch complex
Kecurangan dan Perlindungan Konsumen Asuransi Sendra, Ketut
Jurnal Vokasi Indonesia Vol 5, No 1 (2017): January - June
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Establishing a national economy that can grow suatainably and stable, requires the financial service sectors conducting its business in a well organized, fair, transparent and accountable manner, and be able to protect the consumer’s and public’s interests.Transparency, fairness, reliability, confidentiality, security of consumer’s data and/or information, fast, simple complaint handling and affordable dispute resolution cost become the principles of consumers  protection in the  financial services sector.The common motive to conduct an insurance fraud is economical reason, that is for obtaining a financial benefit/advantage. Broadly, a fraud in insurance can be classified into 3 (three) main dimensions: dimension of the subject i.e the fraudsters; dimension of time, ie. the time during the process of underwriting and the process of claim; dimension of behaviour that is opportunistic act (soft fraud) or planned fraud (hard fraud). The insurance consumer’s awareness concerning the financial services sector activities is needed, so that the insurance financial services sector can be conducted in a well organized, fair, transparent and accountable manner. Keywords: Insurance Fraud, Insurance Consumer’s Protection
KEPUASAN PENGGUNA PELAYANAN PARK AND RIDE DI DKI JAKARTA (STUDI PERBANDINGAN ANTARA PARK AND RIDE TERMINAL RAGUNAN DAN TERMINAL KAMPUNG RAMBUTAN) Mohammad, Rizky
Jurnal Vokasi Indonesia Vol 5, No 1 (2017): January - June
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Park and ride merupakan sarana parkir yang menunjang bus Transjakarta dan dibuat untuk tujuan menarik minat pengguna kendaraan pribadi agar beralih ke transportasi masal sehingga dapat mengurangi penggunaan kendaraan pribadi di dalam kota. Kepuasan para pengguna merupakan ukuran dari kelayakan dan keberhasilan park and ride yang dibuat serta dijalankan oleh pemerintah DKI Jakarta. Tujuan dari penelitian ini adalah untuk menjelaskan kepuasan konsumen terhadap fasilitas park and ride yang disediakan oleh pemerintah DKI Jakarta sebagai penunjang sarana transportasi umum di Jakarta. Pendekatan penelitian ini menggunakan metode kuantitatif dengan metode pengumpulan data dengan menyebar kuesioner ke pengguna park and ride dan wawancara singkat. Hasil dari penelitian menunjukkan para pengguna telah puas dengan fasilitas dan pelayanan yang diberikan meskipun masih terdapat beberapa fasilitas penunjang yang perlu ditingkatkan. Kata kunci; Park and Ride
Derive Program Implementation in Mathematics (The Math Learning of State Polytechnic Malang Dewi, Mutia Lina
Jurnal Vokasi Indonesia Vol 5, No 1 (2017): January - June
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a lot of students have difficulty in Math. Every semester there are always students who get D or E for Math. It makes low average score and the students who get E or IP<2,00 are dropped out. The lecturer must have many methods to help them. The Derive Program of Window software can help the students to increase their motivation. The functions of Derive Program are like a calculator. The subjects depend on the needs of the Department. For Civil Engineering needs the subject of Matrix, Determinant, Equation, Graphs, Derivative, and Integral. The result of average Math score of Derive Program is better than the Theory.  The motivation of students has increased and students have enjoyed, have fun and spirit, and are more interested to solve problems in Math.Keywords: learning; motivation;  derive program
Investigation of Intercalation of Sodium-Montmorillonite with Octadecyl Trimethyl Ammonium Bromide Surfactant Soegijono, Chanra J.B
Jurnal Vokasi Indonesia Vol 5, No 1 (2017): January - June
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Sodium-montmorillonite (Na+-MMT) was intercalation modified with octadecyl trimethyl ammonium bromide (OTAB) in aqueous suspension via an ion exchange mechanism. Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) study indicates that OTAB is successfully intercalated into Na+-MMT layers and/or adsorbed on the surface of Na+-MMT. X-ray diffraction (XRD) analysis revealed that the interlayer spacing of the Na+-MMT was extended with the content of OTAB increasing, and the maximum spacing can reach about 3.80 nm. Results of scanning electron microscopy (SEM) analysis reveals the morphologies change from spherical-like particles to high-aspect ratio flakes after modification. Different configurations of OTA+ chains within MMT interlayer are proposed based on the above analysis. The results of contact angle and the dispersion analysis show that the surface wettability of Na+-MMT is converted from hydrophilic to organophilic.

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