History of CKNet

History in 2002

1.Parahyangan Catholic University, Bandung. First meeting with representatives of 9 universities, brainstorm ideas on knowledge networking between learning institutes in Indonesia

2.Decided to increase the number to 10 universities as follow; University of Indonesia, Jakarta; Bina Nusantara University, Jakarta; Institut Teknologi Bandung, Bandung; Parahyangan Catholic University, Bandung; Diponegoro University, Semarang; Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta; Institute of Technology Sepuluh Nopember, Surabaya; Merdeka Malang University, Malang; Hasanuddin University, Makassar; Andalas University, Padang

3.Prepare a proposal for funding the development of a Collaborative Knowledge Network in the field of Infrastructure, Water and Environment.

History in 2003

1. Workshop on Networking in the water sector financed by the World Bank and carried out by UNESCO-IHE at Parahyangan Catholic University – Bandung

2. Participants from Ministry of Kimpraswil, Provinces, river basin authorities, other Indonesian networks: KAI - INACapNet, World Bank, CapNet, UNESCO-IHE, Dutch Ministry of Public Works, other interested parties;

3. The idea of setting up a network on Infrastructure, Water and Environment (WE was) launched during Bandung Declaration with action plan to follow up by Parahyangan Catholic University  and Andalas University

History in 2004

1.April 2004: call for tender issued

2.June 2004: Proposal submitted

3.July 2004: IHE Delft in association with IHE Indonesia awarded the contract

4.August 2004: Start the programme


History 2005

Ten universities rectors signed the Charter of Collaborative Knowledge Network Indonesia/CKNet-INA. The signing of the Charter of CKNet-INA was witnessed and attended by Ministery of Public Work Department, Bapak Ir.Djoko Kirmanto, Dipl.HE, and former minister Bapak Suyono Sosrodarsono, General Secretary Bapak. Roestam Sjarief, Bapak. Iwan Nusyirwan, Head of BPKSDM of Public Work Department and others.

The minister of Public Works, Djoko Kirmanto Lauched CKNet-INA as a knowledge network


The signing of the CKNet-INA charter

History 2006

January 2006:

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