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Asih Priyati – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Analisa Kinerja Pengelolaan Irigasi Di Daerah Irigasi Lemor, Kabupaten Lombok Timur, Nusa Tenggara Barat
    , 2015
    Co-Authors: Jannata Jannata, Sirajuddin Haji Abdullah, Asih Priyati

    Abstract:

    The purpose of this study were to analyze technical aspect on irrigation Asset Inventory, sufficient levels of irrigation water, farmers’ satisfaction level on manager irrigation performance and the irrigation management. This research was conducted directly in the field by collecting data that further analyzed using qualitative data tables (descriptive) by simple statistical analysis. The analysis results showed that: (1) Based on technical aspect, the irrigation Asset Inventory at Lemor area was categorized at ‘properly well condition’ as the damage only had been found in the form of seepage; (2) The available irrigation water was not sufficient to supply the rice field on Lemor area, showed by average water discharge per two-weeks in 2012, 2013, and 2014 respectively were 72-105.575 litre/second, 72-99.485 litre/second, 72-105.115 litre/second whereas required water for irrigation were 156.09-344.097 liter/second, 133-344.097 liter/second, 110.418-338.025 litre/second respectively; (3) Total difference on correction factor in 2012 showed 0.003-0.568, which means rotation was necessary despite the sixth of two-weeks, MT II and the seventh and eight of two-weeks showed value of correlation factor higher than 0.75. As well as in 2013 and 2014, from soil preparation until growth phase of the sixth of two-weeks, the correlation factor were less than 0.75, yet at growth phase the seventh and eight of two weeks the correlation factor were above 0.75; (4) Simultaneous planting and monoculture planting were not able to meet the required irrigation water; (5) Farmers satisfaction level on the irrigation network management by service indicator, water demand condition, maintenance of irrigation channels, and the discharge channel (drainage) were 97.25, 96.25, 92.60, and 70.25 respectively. The average result showed that the irrigation management was effective; (6) The effectiveness of irrigation management in Lemor area was due to high participation of farmers either in financial process or in channel maintenance phase.Keywords: Irrigation, Asset Inventory, Irrigation Management

  • ANALISA KINERJA PENGELOLAAN IRIGASI DI DAERAH IRIGASI LEMOR, KABUPATEN LOMBOK TIMUR, NUSA TENGGARA BARAT Performance Analysis On Irrigation Management At Lemor Irrigation Area, East Lombok, West
    , 2015
    Co-Authors: Nusa Tenggara, Sirajuddin Haji Abdullah, Asih Priyati

    Abstract:

    The purpose of this study were to analyze technical aspect on irrigation Asset Inventory, sufficient levels of irrigation water, farmers’ satisfaction level on manager irrigation performance and the irrigation management. This research was conducted directly in the field by collecting data that further analyzed using qualitative data tables (descriptive) by simple statistical analysis. The analysis results showed that: (1) Based on technical aspect, the irrigation Asset Inventory at Lemor area was categorized at ‘properly well condition’ as the damage only had been found in the form of seepage; (2) The available irrigation water was not sufficient to supply the rice field on Lemor area, showed by average water discharge per two-weeks in 2012, 2013, and 2014 respectively were 72-105.575 litre/second, 72-99.485 litre/second, 72-105.115 litre/second whereas required water for irrigation were 156.09-344.097 liter/second, 133-344.097 liter/second, 110.418-338.025 litre/second respectively; (3) Total difference on correction factor in 2012 showed 0.003-0.568, which means rotation was necessary despite the sixth of two-weeks, MT II and the seventh and eight of two-weeks showed value of correlation factor higher than 0.75. As well as in 2013 and 2014, from soil preparation until growth phase of the sixth of two-weeks, the correlation factor were less than 0.75, yet at growth phase the seventh and eight of two weeks the correlation factor were above 0.75; (4) Simultaneous planting and monoculture planting were not able to meet the required irrigation water; (5) Farmers satisfaction level on the irrigation network management by service indicator, water demand condition, maintenance of irrigation channels, and the discharge channel (drainage) were 97.25, 96.25, 92.60, and 70.25 respectively. The average result showed that the irrigation management was effective; (6) The effectiveness of irrigation management in Lemor area was due to high participation of farmers either in financial process or in channel maintenance phase.

Sirajuddin Haji Abdullah – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Analisa Kinerja Pengelolaan Irigasi Di Daerah Irigasi Lemor, Kabupaten Lombok Timur, Nusa Tenggara Barat
    , 2015
    Co-Authors: Jannata Jannata, Sirajuddin Haji Abdullah, Asih Priyati

    Abstract:

    The purpose of this study were to analyze technical aspect on irrigation Asset Inventory, sufficient levels of irrigation water, farmers’ satisfaction level on manager irrigation performance and the irrigation management. This research was conducted directly in the field by collecting data that further analyzed using qualitative data tables (descriptive) by simple statistical analysis. The analysis results showed that: (1) Based on technical aspect, the irrigation Asset Inventory at Lemor area was categorized at ‘properly well condition’ as the damage only had been found in the form of seepage; (2) The available irrigation water was not sufficient to supply the rice field on Lemor area, showed by average water discharge per two-weeks in 2012, 2013, and 2014 respectively were 72-105.575 litre/second, 72-99.485 litre/second, 72-105.115 litre/second whereas required water for irrigation were 156.09-344.097 liter/second, 133-344.097 liter/second, 110.418-338.025 litre/second respectively; (3) Total difference on correction factor in 2012 showed 0.003-0.568, which means rotation was necessary despite the sixth of two-weeks, MT II and the seventh and eight of two-weeks showed value of correlation factor higher than 0.75. As well as in 2013 and 2014, from soil preparation until growth phase of the sixth of two-weeks, the correlation factor were less than 0.75, yet at growth phase the seventh and eight of two weeks the correlation factor were above 0.75; (4) Simultaneous planting and monoculture planting were not able to meet the required irrigation water; (5) Farmers satisfaction level on the irrigation network management by service indicator, water demand condition, maintenance of irrigation channels, and the discharge channel (drainage) were 97.25, 96.25, 92.60, and 70.25 respectively. The average result showed that the irrigation management was effective; (6) The effectiveness of irrigation management in Lemor area was due to high participation of farmers either in financial process or in channel maintenance phase.Keywords: Irrigation, Asset Inventory, Irrigation Management

  • ANALISA KINERJA PENGELOLAAN IRIGASI DI DAERAH IRIGASI LEMOR, KABUPATEN LOMBOK TIMUR, NUSA TENGGARA BARAT Performance Analysis On Irrigation Management At Lemor Irrigation Area, East Lombok, West
    , 2015
    Co-Authors: Nusa Tenggara, Sirajuddin Haji Abdullah, Asih Priyati

    Abstract:

    The purpose of this study were to analyze technical aspect on irrigation Asset Inventory, sufficient levels of irrigation water, farmers’ satisfaction level on manager irrigation performance and the irrigation management. This research was conducted directly in the field by collecting data that further analyzed using qualitative data tables (descriptive) by simple statistical analysis. The analysis results showed that: (1) Based on technical aspect, the irrigation Asset Inventory at Lemor area was categorized at ‘properly well condition’ as the damage only had been found in the form of seepage; (2) The available irrigation water was not sufficient to supply the rice field on Lemor area, showed by average water discharge per two-weeks in 2012, 2013, and 2014 respectively were 72-105.575 litre/second, 72-99.485 litre/second, 72-105.115 litre/second whereas required water for irrigation were 156.09-344.097 liter/second, 133-344.097 liter/second, 110.418-338.025 litre/second respectively; (3) Total difference on correction factor in 2012 showed 0.003-0.568, which means rotation was necessary despite the sixth of two-weeks, MT II and the seventh and eight of two-weeks showed value of correlation factor higher than 0.75. As well as in 2013 and 2014, from soil preparation until growth phase of the sixth of two-weeks, the correlation factor were less than 0.75, yet at growth phase the seventh and eight of two weeks the correlation factor were above 0.75; (4) Simultaneous planting and monoculture planting were not able to meet the required irrigation water; (5) Farmers satisfaction level on the irrigation network management by service indicator, water demand condition, maintenance of irrigation channels, and the discharge channel (drainage) were 97.25, 96.25, 92.60, and 70.25 respectively. The average result showed that the irrigation management was effective; (6) The effectiveness of irrigation management in Lemor area was due to high participation of farmers either in financial process or in channel maintenance phase.

Su. Dra. Christiana Suparmi – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • PENGARUH MANAJEMEN ASET TERHADAP OPTIMALISASI ASET TETAP (TANAH DAN BANGUNAN) PEMERINTAH DAERAH (Studi di Kabupaten Manokwari)
    , 2014
    Co-Authors: Emma Seroja Ayomi, Su. Dra. Christiana Suparmi

    Abstract:

    This research aims to analyze the influence of Asset management towards
    optimization of fixed Asset (land and buildings) of Local Government in
    Manokwari Regency. By using purposive sampling method the number of
    research samples was taken as much as 72 respondents. The variables used are
    Assets Inventory, legal audit of Assets, Assets assessment, Assets utilization, as well
    as supervision and Asset control.
    Based on the analysis result using Multiple Linier Regression analyze
    indicated that the Asset Inventory are not proven have positive and significant
    influence toward optimization of fixed Assets (land and buildings) that means not
    consistent with the hypothesis, an individual the legal audit of Assets and Assets
    utilization are proven have a positif and significant influence toward optimization
    of fixed Assets (land and buildings) that means consistent with the hypothesis,
    Assets assessment and supervison and Asset control has indicate a positive slope
    but an individually has not been proven to have significant influence on the
    optimization of fixed Assets (land and buildings). While the analysis result
    together/simultaneously indicated that all five variables, namely the Asset
    Inventory, legal audit of Assets, Assets assessment, Assets utilization, as well as
    supervision and Assets control are proved to have significant and positive
    influence to optimization of fixed Assets (land and buildings) this is proved by the
    value of F-count > F-table.
    Keywords: Asset Inventory, legal audit of Assets, Asset assessment, Asset
    utilization, supervision and Asset control, optimization of fixed Assets
    (land and buildings)

  • ANALISIS MANAJEMEN ASET TANAH DAN BANGUNAN PADA DINAS PENDIDIKAN, PEMUDA DAN OLAHRAGA PROVINSI PAPUA TAHUN 2012
    , 2014
    Co-Authors: Hans Luther Manam, Su. Dra. Christiana Suparmi

    Abstract:

    This research aims to analyze land and building Asset management in
    Department of Education, Youth and Sports, Province of Papua by 2012 The
    primary data were obtained using purposive sampling technique with sample in
    amount of 40 respondents in Department of Education, Youth and Sports,
    Province of Papua.
    Five variables were used in this research includes: Assets Inventory, legal
    auditing, Asset assessment, Asset utilization, as well as monitoring and
    controlling, which was then measured perceptions upon these variables using
    Likert Scale questionnaire. The method used was descriptive analysis.
    The results indicated that land and building Asset management in
    Department of Education, Youth and Sports, Province of Papua, has just been
    implemented partially or included in medium category. Land and building Asset
    Inventory were not all complete. The land and buildings legality from 17 plot
    with total area 511 360M2 which already has land certificate were 76.765M2 (15
    percent). Land and building Assets assessment was taken using market/fair value
    based on acquisition price by 2007. Realization of land and building Assets
    utilization has decreased from 2009-2010 at Rp19.779.980,-, in 2010-2011 at
    Rp114.360.991 and in 2011-2012 at Rp85.454.846,-. Monitoring and controlling
    were not optimal due to the lack of human resources who manage the Asset and
    registering the land and building Asset. Department of Education, Youth and
    Sport, Province of Papua was still using manual because has not applied the
    Information Systems of District�s Property Management (SIM-BMD)
    Keywords: Asset management, Asset Inventory, legal audit, Asset assessment,
    Asset utilization, monitoring and controlling