MA’HAD ALZAYTUN (2)

The Center of Education, Peace and Tolerance Culture Development

Summary – 2

Ma’had Alzaytun has satisfied because the result of the program was  met the need of  Food supply goal, having reduced the budget for rice purchase even the harvest can be sold to the out side market including supply to Badan Urusan Logistik or the National Logistics Agency  ( Bulog ) . The small measure of the program’s successful , is the self sufficient of rice needs.

The participatory program between Ma’had Alzaytun and the local farmers sets out for the agricultural development based on food and nutrition security, and the development and creation of new industries based on agriculture, all within the context of a green and sustainable sector.

The Rice Palace of Alzaytun

Agriculture plays an important role for Ma’had Alzaytun development, contributing almost 40% , while accounting for 60% is financial participation of the Community members. The future of the sector is profitable, because of the on going infrastructure development, especially the water for irrigation, At the Campus land there is no extreme impacts of climate change, which will affecting a decrease in yields due to flooding or drought at the area of the campus.

Alkaustar Dam at Ma’had Alzaytun

Recognising the importance of agriculture to finance the educational development and food and nutrition security, The Grand Chancellor has developed, and is currently implementing, a number of plans and strategies aimed at the enhancement and security of the sector.

Ma’had Alzaytun sent its employees and teachers to undertake the Agricultural studies from the Master to the Doctoral level, including the Grand Chancellor who take A Master degree in agronomy,

Educational Facilities

The Grand Chancellor aware how necessary to create attractive Campus with the educational facilities that meet the needs of society. Also, it has become an urgent matter to carry out rebuilding or maintaining the completed educational facilities such as Learning and dormitory buildings as well as another facilities at the Campus.

The engineers have a wealth of experiences in the constructions and carry out total management covering the development of the basic concept and the basic plan, and also design, procurement, construction and relocation.

In addition, Ma’had Alzaytun has engineers who are specialists in auxiliary facilities such as Audio and Visual equipment, data communication equipment, and furniture and fixtures to cope with the evolving educational environment, and Earth quake. All focused to contributes their expertise to the achievement of Alzaytun objectives to provide modern and attractive educational facilities.

Regarding new construction or renovation of educational facilities, Alzaytun developed the basic concept and the basic plan for facilities that conform to the concept and the education policies as directed by the Grand Chancellor, who support the start up of Ma’had Alzaytun since 1994,  by arranging the planning conditions, and formulating the development outline, consisting mainly of the development schedule, the budget and the procurement policy.

Regarding such auxiliary facilities above, they carry out total management, from clarifying of the requirements to selection of the various vendors, coordinating the specifications, tendering, and delivery and transfer work. In addition, they unitarily manage the wide variety of items to be used under direct supervision of the Grand Chancellor, thus greatly contributing to cost reduction and also significantly reducing the burden of the Financial Department.

The completed College Buildings:

The are 5 completed College buildings to facilitate teaching and learning program from the primary, Secondary to the tertiary level  at Ma’had Alzaytun :

  • Abu Bakar Al-Siddiq Building, built in 1996 completed in 1999. This is the first College building completed a months before the official opening ceremony by President Prof. Dr. BJ Habibie, the size of the building is 10,000 m, consisting of 4 floors, the building divided by 42 of 8 x 12 m local classes, each local serve 36 students.
Abu Bakar Building
  • Umar Ibn Khathab Building, This is the second building was built in late 1996 and completed in 2000. The size of the building is 12,500 m, consisting of 5 floors, with 58  (8 x 12 m) local classes, accommodate 36 students per local.
Umar Ibn Khathab Building
  • Othman Ibn Affan Building. The third college building was built on May 20, 2000, completed on June 30, 2001. The building size is 16,000 m, consisting of 5 floors, with 100 (8×12) local classes, accommodate 36 students per local.
  • Ali bin Abi Talib building, the forth building built on May 11, 2001, completed in July 2002. The building size is 18,800 m, consisting of 5 floors of buildings, with 100 (8x12M) local classes, equipped with 2 halls on the 5th floor and guest accommodations as many as 26 rooms in the basement.
  • General H.M.Soeharto with the same size as Gedung Ali bin Abi Talib. Officially opened on June 7, 2002 by Hj. Siti Hardiyanti Rukmana and General R. Hartono represented the extended family of the General H.M. Suharto. This building is specifically designed for Tertiary level college  buildings.