UNJ Existing Enrollment and Facilities
Written by Jaya martha
4.2.1. Existing Academic Programs and Enrollment
Currently, UNJ has 70 study programs (Diploma and S1) and 15 post-graduate programs (S2 and S3). The existing enrollment for the present academic year is 16,575 students. It is expected that this number will increase in the next coming academic years due to this university offering new study programs.
Table 4.1 shows the number of students enrolled by faculties and study programs as of the 2004/2005 academic year.
Number of Enrolled Students in 2004/2005 Academic Year
Source: BAAK, 2005
4.2.2. Teaching Staff
At present, UNJ has 911 academic staff members in 2005. Table 4.2 shows distribution of the academic staff by their qualifications. The ratio between teacher and student for technique program is 1 : 15 and for social program is 1 :19
Number of Teaching Staff by Their Qualifications as of December 2005
Source: BAUK, 2005
UNJ campuses reside on an 16.9008-hectare land area total. The existing campus building are located in 5 separate places having 53 outdated building units inside the capital city of Jakarta where the average population density already reached almost 12,000 people per square kilometer. The Main University Buildings are located on Jl Rawamangun Muka, Jakarta Timur (Campus A) covering an area of 11 hectares (certificated shown at Annex - 1), where are located, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Social Sciences, Faculty of Literatures and Arts, and Post Graduate Program while on Jl Pemuda (Campus B) that covers an area of 3.3 hectares (certified), are Faculty of Sports Sciences and Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, and; several campus buildings respectively on Jl Halimun (Campus D) covered 3,829 square meter (in the process of land certification), Jl Setiabudi (Campus E) laid on 8,726 square meter (in the process of land certification) and Jl Achmad Dahlan (Campus F) with an area of 13,453 square meter (in the process of land certification ) in South Jakarta.
The teachers have to travel quite a distance before reaching classes while anything could happen in the streets within the densely populated town area. Altogether the total building area in the five Campus at Jl. Rawamangun and others is about 40,935 square meters or 25% from total area space (169,008 square-meters) and now accommodating 16,575 students which appear rather full for an academic activity of the size. The annual enrollment keeps increasing which is dramatically so in the year 1999 experiencing an increase in triple compared to the previous year from 6,000 to 18,000 and currently stays at that level and increase rate. Due to limited space capacity, only maximum 30% or increasing 5% for faculty facilities of them are accepted with considering environment requirement.
UNJ buildings can be classified into several categories. Table 4.3 shows data on buildings owned by the University at several campuses. It describes by category, open space area and actual building for existing faculties and supporting units. For building and utilities at the others campuses is shown in Annex - 2. The ratio of student and space areas is shown in table 4.4. The data justifies the priority of development and upgrading university buildings.
Buildings Owned by UNJ
The three buildings proposed to be constructed at the project location where five old buildings would be demolished. Those five buildings demolished are;
1. Sarwahita Building ( 1,156 square meter)
2. Theater Building (1,076 square meter)
3. Building A ( 661 square meter)
4. Building AB (378 square meter)
5. Finance building (210 square meter)
Total size of the five outdated building is 3,481 Square meters, while the three new buildings will result additional space of 29,400 square meters. It means that through the project UNJ will totally have 83,735 square meters.
Revenues generated by UNJ can be classified into 4 categories;
1. DIK (routine budget)
The DIK is mostly allocated for operational and fixed costs (employees’ salary, honoraria and allowances). The DIK is fully subsidized by Government of Indonesia and expected to increasing approximately 7% annually.
2. DIKS/ PNBP (Supplementary budget)
The DIKS/PNBP is generated from student tuition fees, academic supporting fees (DPP), and Study Program Development Fund (DPPS). The DIKS/ PNBP are assumed to gradually increase 7% per year.
3. DIP (Development Budget)
The Development budget is fully received from the Government of Indonesia. The DIP for next seventeen years is estimated increasing 7% per year. This percentage is calculated to cover inflation rate.
4. Research and Laboratories
The research and laboratory activities are estimated 1.5% (2005) from total operational cost and expected to increase 0.025% per year.
Other sources of UNJ revenues is taken from a number of income generating activities, such as foundation, training, parking services, university lodging, and building and space rental.
Detail for existing revenues of UNJ can be shown in Table 4.5 and the estimated of revenues of UNJ for the next projection data based of table 4.5 at the fifteen years installment sale (includes 4-years project period start at 2008) is shown in table 4.6.
UNJ Revenue Estimation for the Next Seventeen Years (in Rupiah)
For detail UNJ Revenues presented at the Annex - 15