Chemistry Student Association
UNIVERSITAS ISLAM INDONESIA
The HMK logo is the work of a 2003 student majoring in chemistry on behalf of Dewi Kumudaningsih who has won the HMK logo making competition. The following is an explanation of each part of the HMK logo he made. In the symbol there are three main parts, namely:
First Part In the first part there is a picture of a chemical bond which shows that this picture is closely related to chemistry students. In the picture there are three blue circles arranged in a triangle, with all three connected to a white circle located at the center of the triangle. This describes the three main parts of the department, namely: 1. Students 2. Teaching Staff (Lecturers) 3. Academic Section which makes a balance with each other. The picture is connected in one part, namely the chemistry department, FMIPA, Islamic University of Indonesia.
Part Two The picture of the chemical bond in the first part is on a square that is rotated 450. In the square there is also the letter HMK which is between the three blue circles, which stands for HIMPUNAN MAHASISWA CHEMICAL. This means that HMK as an institution can be used as a liaison between the three main sections in the chemistry department. This is the main objective of a student association institution, namely as a liaison facilitator between students and other parts of the university, especially the teaching and academic sections.
Third Part The third part consists of four small rectangles which are written beside the CHEMISTRY STUDENTS’ Association, FMIPA UII. Rectangles mean four main characteristics of students, namely:
1. Faithful and pious to Allah SWT
2. Devoted to religion, homeland, nation and family
4. Creative and forward-looking.
These four characteristics are contained in students who are members of the CHEMISTRY STUDENTS’ Association, FMIPA UII. The reason for choosing only two colors is the nature of simplicity that exists in the CHEMICAL STUDENTS’ ASSOCIATION, but simplicity does not leave beauty.
Making the UII Chemistry Student Association have the potential to work, be polite in attitude, and prepare themselves for the development of quality human resources.
1. Increase activities that can build the potential of chemistry students.
2. Develop and implement programs that are beneficial to students and the community.
3. Increase religious activities.
4. Developing student potential in academic, non-academic and organizational fields.