Equality of competencies for diploma 3 mechanical engineering study program graduates of Bali State Polytechnic (BSP) with the competencies needed by the world of work in Bali
Keywords:competence, curriculum, equality, mechanical engineering, world of work
This study aims to: 1) determine the level of competency equality in the curriculum of the Diploma 3 Mechanical Engineering Study Program at the State Polytechnic with the competencies needed by the world of work. 2) find out the level of competency gap in the D3 Mechanical Engineering BSP study program curriculum with the competencies needed by the world of work in Bali. The research was conducted at the Bali State Polytechnic, using a mixed quantitative and qualitative descriptive method. The subjects are alumni who have worked, industry leaders where alumni work, and teaching lecturers in the Mechanical Engineering department. Samples were taken using Snowball Sampling. Data were collected through a survey using a questionnaire and analyzed descriptively. The results of the analysis show that the level of equality of the D3 Mechanical Engineering study program curriculum in PNB with the competencies required by the world of work in Bali reaches 78.24% in the high category, and 2) the competency gap level in the D3 Mechanical Engineering BSP study program curriculum with the competencies required by the working world in Bali ranges from 8.94%.
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