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University of Lampung
University of Lampung
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+62 721 701609


Brojonegoro No. 1
Bandar Lampung
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Unila has determined to build both Unila and the Nation all together. With this determination, in the Long Term Development Plan (RPJP) Unila 2005-2025 Unila has defined its vision:

Unila aspires to be among the Top Ten University in Indonesia by 2025”

In line with the mission of National Education Development and the policy of the Ministry of Education and Culture, Unila has set its missions in RPJP years 2005-2025, as follows:

Missions of the University of Lampung:

As stated in RPJP 2005-2015 and Strategic Plan 2007-2011, Unila’s mission statements are:

  1. To organize a relevant and good quality of Tri Dharma (University’s Three Obligations) which includes Education, Research and Community Service
  2. To administer a good university governance
  3. To guarantee accessibility and equity of higher education
  4. To develop cooperation with various parties inside and outside the country

To realize its vision and missions, Unila is committed to the following purposes.

Purposes of the University of Lampung:

  1. a. To actualize qualified and highly competitive graduates with immediate acceptance by labor market and capability to create jobs for themselves and others;
    b. To produce new/excellent science and technology published in accredited journals inside and outside the country as well as patented research ;
    c. To increase society’s competitiveness and welfare through innovative and qualified community service based on new/excellent science and technology.
  2. To improve organizational management in academic, finance and human resources toward good governance university;
  3. To expand people’s accessibility to gain higher education from Unila;
  4. To increase cooperation with central government, provinces, regencies, municipalities, industries, non-governmental organizations, and other stake-holders inside and outside the country.

Having the optimism to deliver benefits to the Nation, the entire family of Unila unites to realize the vision and missions.



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Development and Rainfed Paddy Soils Potency Derived from Lacustrine Material in Paguyaman, Gorontalo

Journal Articles & Books
Août, 2011

Rainfed paddy soils that are derived from lacustrine and include of E4 agroclimatic zone have many unique properties and potentially for paddy and corn plantations. This sreseach was aimed to: (1) study the soil development of rainfed paddy soils derived from lacustrine and (2) evaluate rainfed paddy soils potency for paddy and corn in Paguyaman. Soil samples were taken from three profiles according to toposequent, and they were analyzed in laboratory. Data were analyzed with descriptive-quantitative analysis.

Land Use Planning of Way Betung Watershed for Sustainable Water Resources Development of Bandar Lampung City

Journal Articles & Books
Décembre, 2010

Way Betung watershed is one of the important water resources in Lampung Province and it provides a clean water for Bandar Lampung City through a regional water supply company (PDAM). By the increase of population and economical activities of Bandar Lampung City, the need of clean water also increase, however by the time, the conditions of Way Betung watershed as water resources are declining. Therefore, to improve or to restore Way Betung watershed, a high cost is needed.

Land Suitability for Developing Soybean Crops in Bumi Nabung and Rumbia Districts, Central Lampung

Journal Articles & Books
Décembre, 2010

Bumi Nabung district consists of 6 villages with a total area of 7,810 ha which are divided into 251 ha of rain fed rice lands, 4,908 ha of dry land, 1,317 ha of lowland, 1,158 ha of yards and 176 ha of others. Rumbia district consists of 14 villages which has a total area of 22,696 ha of land consisting of 2,728 ha of yards, 17,358 ha of dry land, 326 rainfed paddy field, 839 ha of swamp land, 1,470 ha of lowland and 4,232 ha of others.

Land Suitability and Purposed Land Use of Selaru Island, West-Southeast Moluccas Regency

Journal Articles & Books
Avril, 2010

Research was conducted in Selaru Island, West Southeast Moluccas Regency which hasareal 32,217 ha. The purpose of the research was to study land suitability class and directive of land use for developingfood crop and estate plant. The results indicated that Selaru Island was suitable land (S) for upland rice, corn,peanuts, mungbean, sweet potato, calladium, and coconut which had areal of 28,312 ha, 19,330 ha, 19,330 ha, 19,330ha, 19,330 ha, 28,312 ha, and 12,886 ha, respectively.

Land Suitability Criteria for Intensively Managed Cavendish Banana Crop in Way Kambas East Lampung, Indonesia

Journal Articles & Books
Avril, 2010

Banana as one of the pre-eminent products ofhorticultural crop has a very important role in the growth of agricultural sector. The research aimed to study the landcharacteristics which influence the Cavendish banana crop yield and proposing the land suitability classificationcriteria for the land utilization type of Cavendish banana crop with intensive management which has been testedbased on the production rate in the field.