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Banks

Public banks
1. BNI
Nothing specifically for the Education sector loan. But loans available for Investment
Credit (at regular rate).
http://www.bni.co.id/en-us/business/businessbanking/lending

2. Bank Rakyat (BRI)

Nothing specific about school loans. Just SMALL COMMERCIAL LOANS.

http://phx.corporate-ir.net/phoenix.zhtml?c=148820&p=irol-homeProfile

3. BTN
Nothing specific about schools.

4. Bank Mandiri

Bank Mandiri provides a micro business loans to SMEs and other small businesses.

http://www.bankmandiri.co.id/english/article/265805761520.asp
http://www.bankmandiri.co.id/english/article/265805761517.asp

But only to the citizen of Indonesia, meeting other criteria.

Private Banks
1. PT Bank Syariah Mega Indonesia

No specific loans for education sector


http://www.megasyariah.co.id/#.funding-content1=product-and-services/funding

2. PT Bank Mega
Only for business/small businesses.
https://www.bankmega.com/en/business_loans.php
Other than Banks

The semiformal institutions are a vast variety of organizations that give loans and sometimes take
deposits with government or NGO support. Each of these institutions serves a different market
segment. Despite the volume of lending and variety of institutions, many Indonesian SMEs do not
have access to financial services for which they would be willing to pay. The finance available is
unevenly spread throughout the country and is concentrated in Java and Bali.

http://unpan1.un.org/intradoc/groups/public/documents/APCITY/UNPAN015693.pdf
(1999)

The number of MFIs on Java Island has reached 41,241 business units or 54.67% out of the total
number of MFIs in Indonesia

No data/info about NBFC or MFIs funding Schools.

Islamic Banks

Islamic banks donations to Schools


Indonesia has 12 sharia-compliant commercial banks, 163 Islamic rural banks and 22 sharia business
units (sometimes referred to as Islamic windows) operated by non-Islamic banks, according to OJK
data for August 2014.

Islamic finance solutions such as waqf-backed investment funds offered to retail and institutional
investors that use their proceeds to upgrade infrastructure or for the operation of schools and
hospitals.

http://www.gulf-times.com/story/558660/Indonesia-takes-big-step-towards-boosting-
Islamic-
Private Equity in Indonesia: Market and Regulatory overview

https://uk.practicallaw.thomsonreuters.com/5-599-
2506?transitionType=Default&contextData=(sc.Default)&firstPage=true&bhcp=1

Donations and CSR:

Exxon Mobil

http://www.exxonmobil.co.id/en-id/community/contribution-and-sponsorship/indonesian-
contribution-guidelines/giving-guidelines-overview

Child Fund is an active participant in the field of education in Indonesia

https://www.childfund.org/indonesia/

Australian Government funding via GRM International

The AusAid program of Australia Govt has pship with the Indonesian govt to fund the education
system.

This is how the funds are spent in different sectors.

http://thepalladiumgroup.com/research-impact/Delivering-an-Australian-aid-program-How-DFAT-
taps-the-private-sector-for-public-good

http://dfat.gov.au/geo/indonesia/development-assistance/pages/development-assistance-in-
indonesia.aspx

http://dfat.gov.au/aid/pages/australias-aid-program.aspx

http://dfat.gov.au/about-us/publications/Documents/ed-partnership-faq-pds.pdf
Muhhamdiyah

AUM in primary and secondary education found 7,651 schools and madrasah, in the field of higher
education 174 universities, colleges, institutes, and academies.

https://nasional.sindonews.com/read/1182783/18/kemandirian-keuangan-muhammadiyah-
1487859314/

Organisation like Muhhamadiyah

Nahdlatul Ulama (NU)

The presence of traditional Islamic boarding schools (pesantren salaf) in Indonesia is part of the
contribution of NU.

Key word: NU (for schools)

https://themuslimtimes.info/2012/12/28/residential-schools-nahdlatul-ulama-in-indonesia/
Jakarta Poverty region

Waduk Pluit area


Luar Batang
Menteng Pulo
Menteng Atas
Manggarai

http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/132781468039870805/pdf/650180WP0Box360ange0J
akarta0English.pdf - 2007
Map of number of families in slums in Jakarta

https://www.quora.com/What-are-some-slum-areas-in-Jakarta
Macro Level Indicators

Indonesia Policy Brief

IMPROVING INDONESIAS INVESTMENT CLIMATE

https://www.oecd.org/policy-briefs/indonesia-improving-investment-climate.pdf

Ease of Doing Business

Government efforts to deregulate the economy has caught global investors attention as Indonesias
ranking in the Ease of Doing Business index for 2017 has climbed 15 places to 91, from the previous
rank of 106.

On average, it now took 58 days for a business entity to connect to the power grid, faster than the
previous era when it could take up to 79 days.

http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2016/10/26/indonesia-up-15-places-in-ease-of-doing-
business-index.html

http://www.doingbusiness.org/data/exploreeconomies/indonesia

Hindrance to Investing in Indonesia

The main hindrance to investment lies in the high cost of illegal deductions, which can be as much as
60%. For the procedures of starting a company - the number of formalities to carry out, time limits for
starting up, registration rules and the threshold of the initial capital - a World Bank study has shown
that Indonesia is less efficient than other Asian countries. Legal unpredictability is often denounced
and several levels of justice are said to be ineffective and corrupted. The tax and customs authorities
are still viewed, in the business circles, as generally being corrupted and arbitrary.

https://en.portal.santandertrade.com/establish-overseas/indonesia/foreign-investment

Office and Land Ownership

Possible Temporary Solutions: If the right of ownership (Hak milik) is not granted, foreign investors
can nevertheless have the right to build and to use land for thirty years, renewable, (Hak guna
bangunan), or a right of use (Hak pakai) for 25 years, renewable.

The Possibility of Buying Land and Industrial and Commercial Buildings

Neither non-Indonesian private individuals nor foreign companies have access to property ownership
in Indonesia, but companies of the PMA type have certain restricted rights in this respect. Ownership
of land is not allowed to foreigners but they can use a local entity to use, lease, sell and mortgage land.

https://en.portal.santandertrade.com/establish-overseas/indonesia/foreign-
investment#opportunities
100% FDI in Informal Education

The 2016 revision to the list eased restrictions in a number of previously closed or restricted fields.
Previously closed sectors, including the film industry (including filming, editing, captioning,
production, showing, and distribution of films), on-line marketplaces with a value in excess of IDR
100 billion (USD $7.4 million), restaurants, cold chain storage, informal education, hospital
management services, and manufacturing of raw materials for medicine, are now open for 100 percent
foreign ownership.

https://www.state.gov/e/eb/rls/othr/ics/2017/eap/269817.htm

Investment Climate statement (2017)

https://www.state.gov/e/eb/rls/othr/ics/2017/eap/269817.htm

Business Registration

The Investment Coordination Board, or BKPM, serves as an investment promotion agency, a


regulatory body, and the agency in charge of approving planned investments in Indonesia. As such, it
is the first point of contact for foreign investors, particularly in manufacturing, industrial, and non-
financial services sector. Some industries (e.g., financial services, oil and gas, and mining) require
specific licenses from other relevant ministries or regulatory authorities.

Bilateral Investment Agreements and Taxation Treaties

Indonesia has signed investment agreements with 64 countries, including: Algeria, Argentina,
Australia, Bangladesh, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Chile, China, Croatia, Cuba, Czech Republic,
Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Guyana, Hungary, India, Iran, Italy, Jamaica, Jordan,
Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Libya, Malaysia, Mauritius, Mongolia, Morocco, Mozambique, Netherland, Norway,
Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Qatar, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Serbia, Slovak
Republic, South Korea, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Suriname, Syria, Sweden, Switzerland, Tajikistan,
Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Uzbekistan, Venezuela,
Vietnam, Yemen, and Zimbabwe. Indonesia does not have a bilateral investment treaty (BIT) with the
U. S.

Laws and Regulations on Foreign Direct Investment

FDI in Indonesia is regulated by Law 25/2007 (the Investment Law). Under the law, any form of FDI
in Indonesia must be in the form of a limited liability company, with the foreign investor holding
shares in the company. In addition, the government outlines restrictions on FDI in presidential decree
44/2016, issued in May 2016, commonly referred to as the 2016 Negative Investment List. It aims to
consolidate FDI restrictions in certain sectors from numerous decrees and regulations to create
greater certainty for foreign and domestic investors.

Political and Security Environment

Fighting terrorism remains a top priority for the Indonesian government, and President Jokowi has
demonstrated a continued strong commitment to combating terrorism. Since the 2002 Bali bombings,
which killed over 200 Indonesians and foreigners, Indonesian police have applied sustained pressure
to successfully degrade the capabilities of terrorists and their networks operating within Indonesias
borders. Nonetheless, U.S. designated terrorist organizations Jemaah Islamiyah (JI) and Jemaah
Anshourt Daulah (JAD), as well as other violent extremist groups continue to plot attacks. Indonesia
has effectively pursued counterterrorism efforts through legislation and law enforcement. The
January 14, 2016 terrorist attack in central Jakarta and subsequent small-scale attack linked to JAD
demonstrated that these groups continue to demonstrate a willingness and ability to carry out attacks
with little or no warning (though operational capabilities remain weak).
Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM)
BKPM has launched an online portal for its National Single Window for Investment which
allows foreign investors to apply for and track the status of licenses and other services online.
In an effort to streamline the investment licensing and permitting process, BKPM launched a
national one-stop-service center to coordinate many of the permits issued by more than a
dozen ministries and agencies required for investment approval.
Though Indonesian companies only require one approval at the local level, businesses report
that foreign companies often must obtain both administrative and de facto legislative
approval in order to establish a business.

https://www.export.gov/article?id=Indonesia-openness-to-foreign-investment

Latest Rules
http://eodb.ekon.go.id/

Online based lending regulations

Before the enactment of Regulation No. 77/2016, P2P lending players (platforms) were not required to
obtain a particular business license from the OJK and, in doing their business, relied on the
Indonesian Civil Code (Kitab Undang-undang Hukum Perdata). Now, the stakeholders must comply
with Regulation No. 77/2016 which regulates various key issues on P2P lending, among others,
business licenses, management and reporting requirements, foreign ownership limitation, the format
of agreements, and the imposition of sanctions.

http://hprplawyers.com/the-ojk-has-issued-an-indonesia-marketplace-lending-peer-to-peer-lending-
regulation-ojk-regulation-no-77pojk-012016-concerning-information-technology-based-loan-
services/
Things needed for setting up a school

SERVICE STANDARD PERMISSION OF PRIVATE SCHOOL (Bahasa)

http://cimahikota.go.id/images/pdf/download/fgd2013/PDF/55%20SP%20IZIN%20Sekolah%20Sw
asta-2013.pdf

Guidelines for Pvt school Promotion (Bahasa)

https://www.google.co.in/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=31&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0a
hUKEwji2MDHsoPWAhUDR48KHdyvCYk4HhAWCCYwAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fjdih.tanahdatar.g
o.id%2Ffile%2F2204150956_perbup-pedoman-pendirian-sekolah-
swasta.doc&usg=AFQjCNGH7fG6NSoBAVZtDA-lmhnVF9vnQg

http://kelembagaan.ristekdikti.go.id/wp-
content/uploads/2016/08/Persyaratan_dan_Prosedur_Pendirian_PTS_dan_Prodi_PTS_optimized.
pdf

Guidelines for Establishing Elementary School, Junior High School, Senior High
School, and Vocational School LICENCES REQUIREMENTS

https://hangtuahnews.co.id/pedoman-pendirian-sd-smp-sma-dan-smk/

Standard operating Procedure (SOP) Applying for School Establishment Permit

http://pendidikan.banyuwangikab.go.id/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=51&Itemi
d=170

http://www.kuipperschool.com/2015/04/inilah-pedoman-umum-prosedur-pendirian.html

General Guidelines for establishing a school

http://128.199.253.143:8163/page/informasi-pedoman-umum-pendirian-unit-sekolah-baru

Private school

http://attaufiqiyah.blogspot.in/2013/09/cara-mendirikan-sekolah-swasta.html

https://blog.urbanindo.com/2016/05/ini-yang-harus-diperhatikan-apabila-akan-membangun-
sekolah-swasta/

Private elementary school

http://uptdkudu.blogspot.in/2012/10/syarat-syarat-pendirian-sekolah-dasar.html
ESTABLISHMENT REQUIREMENTS NEW SCHOOL SCHOOLS (SD) (Primary)
PRIVATE

LEGAL BASIS
1. Decree of the Minister of National Education no. 060 / U / 2002 on Guidelines for
Establishment of Schools

REQUIREMENTS
1. It is the result of a feasibility study which describes the purpose of establishing a
school, the form and name of the school, community support, the source of learners,
teachers and learners, funding sources, environmental facilities and education patterns
2. Developing a School Development Master Plan (RIPS) is a basic guideline for school
development for a period of at least five years and is prepared on the basis of a
feasibility study
3. Infrastructure facilities in accordance with the SPM: Has a building / classroom at least
3 rooms, KM / WC teachers, KM / WC students, library space and land area of at least
3,000 m2
4. Minimum requirements of learners, education personnel and non-teaching personnel
as follows. :
a. The source of the learners is at least 10 students
b. Teachers: 1 headmaster, 1 DGT-2 PGSD graduate teacher for each class, 1 religious
teacher and one teacher
c. Non-educational personnel: 1 school guard, 1 TU officer

5. Curriculum / Program Learning activities use nationally accepted curriculum and


curriculum / local learning activities program. The curriculum / program of learning
activities related to the typical characteristics developed by the school organizers
concerned in accordance with the development of learners.
6. The Operator is obliged to provide a source of financing that can ensure the continuity
and smoothness of school education for at least five years
7. The organizer of a legal school / foundation deed and proof of registration from the
Ministry of Justice and Human Rights
GUIDELINES ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW SCHOOL UNIT (ESTABLISHMENT OF
NEW SCHOOL UNITS) SMP (Junior High School) PRIVATE SCHOOL

LEGAL BASIS
Decree of the Minister of National Education no. 060 / U / 2002 on Guidelines for
Establishment of Schools

GENERAL REQUIREMENT
1. The results of feasibility studies which describe the objectives of school establishment,
form and name of schools, community support, student resources, teachers and
learners, financial resources, environmental facilities and education patterns
2. Developing a School Development Master Plan (RIPS) is a basic guideline for school
development for a period of at least five years and is prepared on the basis of a
feasibility study
3. Provide Land (Grant / WAQF or buy) on behalf of the foundation / school organizer or
land tenure and school building infrastructure within a period of at least 5 years and proof
of ownership of educational facilities
4. Availability of prospective students based on a feasibility study of at least 20 children
5. Provision of educational staff: 1. 1 principal, 2. 1 teacher at least D-3 graduate in
accordance with the field for each subject 3. 1 person guidance / counselling teachers in
accordance with educational background
6. Provision of non-education personnel: 1 school guard and 1 administrative staff
7. Curriculum / Program Learning activities use nationally accepted curriculum and
curriculum / program of learning local content
8. Provision of financing shall be included in the Bank's reference with respect to the
availability of financing sources for at least 5 years
9. The organizer of a legal school / deeds of foundation and proof of registration from the
Ministry of Justice and Human Rights
GUIDELINES
ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW SCHOOL UNIT (USB)
SMA (Senior High School) PRIVATE SCHOOL

LEGAL BASIS
1. Decree of the Minister of National Education no. 060 / U / 2002 on Guidelines for
Establishment of Schools

GENERAL REQUIREMENT
1. The results of feasibility studies which describe the objectives of school establishment,
form and name of schools, community support, student resources, teachers and
learners, financial resources, environmental facilities and education patterns
2. Developing a School Development Master Plan (RIPS) is a basic guideline for school
development for a period of at least five years and is prepared on the basis of a
feasibility study
3. Provide Land (Grant / WAQF or buy) on behalf of the foundation / school organizer or
land tenure and school building infrastructure within a period of at least 5 years and proof
of ownership of educational facilities
4. Availability of prospective students based on a feasibility study of at least 20 children
5. Provision of educational staff: 1 principal, 1 teacher minimum graduate of S-1 in
accordance with the field for each subject and 1 person counseling / counseling teacher
in accordance with educational background
6. Provision of non-education personnel: 1 school guard and 1 administrative staff
7. Curriculum / Program Learning activities use a nationally accepted curriculum and
curriculum / program of learning activities of local content
8. Provision of financing shall be included in the Bank's reference with respect to the
availability of funding sources for at least 5 years
9. The organizer of a legal school / deeds of foundation and proof of registration from the
Ministry of Justice and Human Rights
BLOCK GRANT ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW SCHOOL UNITS SMP (Junior High
School) PRIVATE RECEIVER

1. The Foundation must have been established for at least 5 years with notaries
2. The foundation has conducted formal education activities for at least 5 years with a
minimum recognized operational status / C value
3. The cost of education at the institution is in accordance with the circumstances of the
local community
4. Gain support from the community around a statement about the existence of
foundations, performance and benefits for the poor
5. Provide a minimum self-built land area of 6,000 m2, ownership is evidenced by
certificates of land ownership by authorized institutions, land located in poor and rural
areas. To avoid the possibility of future problems the land is not from the grant.
6. Availability of teachers, principals and administrative staff with qualifications in
accordance with the minimum qualifications set by the government
7. Ensure the smooth operation of the ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW SCHOOL UNITS
through the provision of books, materials and operational costs of the school (reference
of SPM) by making ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW SCHOOL UNITS operational plan
including the draft RAPBS (School Revenue and Expenditure Budget Plan) first year
along with clear funding sources (source of funds from parents adjusted to the economic
capacity of local communities / poor and rural)
8. Ensure to recruit new students minimum of 30 students for type E and 60 students for
type D every year
9. Have a special policy that can ensure justice for poor families to get educational
opportunities
10. Ensure that schools can operate within 20 years in accordance with SPM (Govts
Minimum Qualification) from MoNE, this guarantee is stated in the agreement between
the foundation and the district government authorized by notaries.
11. Prepare ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW SCHOOL UNITS management plan over the
next 20 years (future reference of SPM) assessed and verified by the Provincial
Education Office.
12. Got written support of the needs of the establishment of schools of at least 3
community members, 3 community leaders, 3 youth leaders, 3 village heads, 1 school
supervisor and head of district education office
RECIPIENT REQUIREMENTS BLOCK GRANT ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW SCHOOL
UNIT (USB) SMA NEGERI (Public)

LEGAL BASIS
1. Decree of the Minister of National Education no. 060 / U / 2002 on Guidelines for
Establishment of Schools
2. Block Grant Implementation Guidelines 2006 Establishment of New School Unit (USB)
SMA 2006 Directorate General Dikdasmen Depdiknas

REQUIREMENTS
1. Availability of Land (Grant / Endowment or purchase) on behalf of the Regional
Government / District Education Office with the status of land certificate or in the process
of obtaining certificates proven by a letter from the local BPN at least 10,000 m2
2. It is a feasibility study which describes the objectives of establishing schools, forms
and names of schools, community support, sources of learners, teachers and learners,
funding sources, environmental facilities and educational patterns
3. Developing a School Development Master Plan (RIPS) is a basic guideline for school
development for a period of at least five years and is prepared on the basis of a
feasibility study
4. Support District Government by providing fund sharing / companion at least 25% of
funds received. Fund sharing can be funds, buildings that have been done, materials or
and energy. In the provision of funds sharing must have been allocated in the budget
year.
5. The existence of community support
6. In accordance with education mapping
7. Preferably for areas with low APKs, remote areas or areas within border areas
between countries requiring high school education services
8. The availability of educational staff: principals, subject teachers and counselors,
administrative staff and furniture procurement, educational support tools, books and
provision of operational costs in accordance with the SPM by the district government and
must be processed simultaneously along with the process of building new building units,
so that when the building is completed the school can function 100%.
9. Provide input to the planning consultant appointed by the Provincial Education Office
in drawing the development planning drawings
10. Development is carried out on a self-managed basis for both block grant and sharing
funds
LAND SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS
1. In accordance with the criteria of standardization determined by the Directorate
General of Primary Education Dikdasmen, Land include: Land area of at least 10,000 m2
(not separated)
2. Soil conditions must be ready to wake up:
1. Land status is relatively flat (not hilly)
2. There are no steep cliffs that may cause landslide hazards
3. Not in the river basin (DAS)
4. Not water catchment and flood-free
5. Not a protected forest and archaeological area
6. Land is not a former cemetery or waste pile / chemical waste
7. Fertile easily overgrown plant for experiment garden and for comfort and beauty of
environment
8. The location of the land is not adjacent to the localization area / place of deeds
9. Ease of obtaining clean water sources (including drinking water from PDAMs or water
or surface water or rain water
10. Ease of drainage for drainage sewerage sewer / sewage capacity is sufficient
11. Locations should be easily accessible with 4-wheel vehicles
12. Ease of network / supply of electricity network
13. Ease of connection of telecommunication network

HELP PROCESSING PROCESS IMBAL SWADAYA DEVELOPMENT


NEW SCHOOL UNIT (USB) SMA NEGERI (Public)

LEGAL BASIS
1. Decree of the Minister of National Education no. 060 / U / 2002 on Guidelines for
Establishment of School Operational Guidelines
2. Block Grant Implementation Guidelines 2006 Establishment of New School Unit (USB)
SMA 2006 Directorate General Dikdasmen Depdiknas IMBAL PROCESS OF SWUDAY
ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW SCHOOL UNITS High School
1. Administration Proposal of ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW SCHOOL UNITS High School
Establishment which has been approved by the Head of District Education Office
completed with result of feasibility Study and RIPS
2. Letter of Statement of Capacity Assistance Fund from Regent / DASK proved at least
25% with self-supporting fund will be received
3. Letters of Operational Procurement Cost Plan from the Bupati
4. Decision Appointment Team of ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW SCHOOL UNITS High
School establishment
5. Decree of appointment of High School Building Construction Committee
6. Copy of Government Bank Account Number and Education Service
7. Copy of school institution (Opening of New School Unit)
8. Photocopy of Appointment / appointment of a definitive Headmaster
9. Statements are able to provide subject teachers and administrative staff
10. Procurement Statement
11. Land certificate / land certificate
12. Picture situation location / location ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW SCHOOL UNITS
SMA
13. Siteplan image / Block plan made by the Consultant of the designated by the Dinas
14. RAB

GUIDELINES
ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW SCHOOL UNIT (USB) SMK NEGERI

LEGAL BASIS
1. Decree of the Minister of National Education no. 060 / U / 2002 on Guidelines for
Establishment of Schools
2. Guidelines for Preparation of ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW SCHOOL UNITS
Vocational Direction Establishment Proposal Dikmenjur Dirjen Dikdasmen Depdiknas
2005
3. Guideline for Establishment of New School Unit (USB) SMK

REQUIREMENTS
1. Provide Land for building location of ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW SCHOOL UNITS
building.
2. The provision may be made through: Grant, purchase or use of land already available
by the Local Government with valid proof of ownership on behalf of the Education Office
or the Local Government with a land area of 1.5 ha (15,000 m2)
3. Carry out a feasibility study which outlines the objectives of school establishment, form
and school anama, community support, student resources, teachers and learners,
funding sources, environmental facilities and education patterns
4. Developing a School Development Master Plan (RIPS) is a basic guideline for school
development for a period of at least five years and is based on the results of a feasibility
study
5. In accordance with education mapping
6. Opening / selection of programs is conducted on the basis of suitability of labor needs
of the area and potential to support economic growth and regional development at least
2 programs
7. Expertise Program that will be opened refers to the potential of natural resources that
will be developed with leading sectors (is the result of Re-engineering)
8. The existence of community support including the World Business and Industrial
World and production units that will be developed schools to help smooth implementation
of Dual System Education
9. Support of District Government; explaining the things that have been developed by the
local government both physical and non-physical as well as funding support for the
construction of ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW SCHOOL UNITS vocational / companion
funds for 3 consecutive years with details: first year of Rp. 500 million second Rp.500
million and third year Rp. 500 million or at least equal to the aid received
10. Create a ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW SCHOOL UNITS proposal

GUIDELINES ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW SCHOOL UNIT (USB)


BLOCK GRANT SMP PUBLIC

LEGAL BASIS
1. Decree of the Minister of National Education no. 060 / U / 2002 on Guidelines for
Establishment of Schools
2. Directive of Construction of ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW SCHOOL UNITS SMP Dirjen
Dikdasmen Depdiknas 2002

GENERAL REQUIREMENT
1. It is the result of a feasibility study which describes the purpose of establishing a
school, the form and name of the school, community support, the source of learners,
teachers and learners, funding sources, environmental facilities and education patterns
2. Developing a School Development Master Plan (RIPS) is a basic guideline for school
development for a period of at least five years and is prepared on the basis of a
feasibility study
3. Provide Land (Grant / Wakaf or buy) on behalf of the local Government / District
Education Office with certificate of land status or in the process of obtaining a certificate
proven by a letter from the local BPN at least 6,000 m2 for type C, 9,000 m2 type B and
type A
4. The existence of District Government Support through the guarantee of the smooth
operation of ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW SCHOOL UNITS through the provision of
Principals, Teachers and Administrative staff in accordance with the minimum
government applied qualification (SPM) and allocate funds in the budget of the
Department of Education Education starting next academic year.
5. The existence of District Government Support in the smooth operation of
ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW SCHOOL UNITS through the provision of books, tools,
materials and school operating costs are adequate (reference SPM) starting next year
6. Support of District Government for the construction of ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW
SCHOOL UNITS SMP / co-fund at least 30% of fund received
7. The existence of the guarantee will not give permission to build new SMP / MTs within
a radius of 5 Km from the location of ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW SCHOOL UNITS
8. Written support from community members at least 3 persons, community leaders 3
persons, 3 youth leaders, 3 Village Heads, 1 school supervisor and Head of Education
Office / Education Board
9. Plotting School locations on the map District / District
10. District APK data per sub-district
11. Data Analysis of student availability
12. State / private SMP / MTs data within a radius of 5 Km from US location

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS ABOUT THE LOCATION RECIPER BLOCK GRANT


ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW SCHOOL UNITS SMP PUBLIC

1. The priority of building a ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW SCHOOL UNITS building is


given to poor, rural and remote areas
2. Being in the districts with APK or transition rates from primary to low secondary level
(<80%)
3. Be in the area in accordance with the general plan of sub-district spatial planning
4. In accordance with the priority in the annual plan of the construction of the SLTP
ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW SCHOOL UNITS based on the mapping of schools at the
District level
5. There are no public SLTP / MTs within a radius of 5 km from the proposed
ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW SCHOOL UNITS location and the district government will
not build any other SLTP / MTs within a 5 km radius unless the prospective student is at
least 30% more than the available capacity of ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW SCHOOL
UNITS
6. The land / site plan must meet the following criteria
1. The slope of the soil is less 15%
2. Easy to reach by students
3. Free floods, puddles, swamps and landslide potential
4. Available sources of clean water
5. Adequate entrance is available
6. Located around residential areas
7. Free from sound, noise and crowd noise such as market, entertainment center and
others
8. Free from high voltage power lines
9. Fertile easily overgrown plants for experimental gardens as well as for the comfort and
beauty of the environment

7. The agency request for each ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW SCHOOL UNITS is


accompanied by a piloting of the school location on the map in the District by including
the following drawings. ;
1. The existence of the boundaries of each regency and every sub-district
2. River, bridge and main road
3. Central districts, sub-districts and other cities and surrounding villages
4. Elementary School / MI either public / private that exists
5. Junior and Junior High Schools both public and private
6. Location of public / private junior / MTs to be built