ATMI Polytechnic Surakarta symbols
ATMI Polytechnic Surakarta has the symbol and flag as the basic spirit in realizing the vision and
mission. The ATMI Surakarta Polytechnic symbol consists of:
- A strand of rice on the left, a strand of cotton on the right.
- A book with a picture of three wheels and the right hand holds a
- Half a gear and half a globe so that it forms a circle.
- ATMI writing and numbers 1968.
The symbol has the following meanings:
- The symbol of the open ATMI Polytechnic Surakarta, without the circle
border that covers the openness of the ATMI Polytechnic on progress, progress to a better, and
openness to jointly build the world.
- A gear with 6 teeth displayed as 6K symbols; Work Comfort, Morality
(Integrity) Moral, Cooperation (community), Justice, Flexibility and Excellence.
- A more dynamic globe as a symbol of development and movement towards a
better / not stationary (static) place.
- Half the globe and half gear, as a symbol: ATMI Polytechnic Surakarta
participated together as a mover (gear) in the development, movement and progress of the world
(globe). Aside from being a mobilizer in science and technology, it is also a mobilizer in
environmental care and love for nature.
- The right hand holds the calipers / caliper, which function as a
measuring device, is a symbol of precision work. The book is a symbol of education, a source of
knowledge and technology.
- The book that was put together together and the calipers meant that
education at the ATMI Polytechnic in Surakarta consisted of theory and practice. It can also mean a
combination of education and production, Production Based Education Training (PBET).
- 3C as the core vision and mission of the ATMI Polytechnic is displayed in
the form of three wheels in the book as a symbol of 3C.
- 29 grains of rice and 9 cotton flowers mark the day of St. Michael as
ATMI Polytechnic protector, 29 September. Rice and Cotton as a symbol of prosperity; enough food and
enough clothing. The green color strengthens that ATMI Polytechnic will always play a role in the
spirit of environmental care.
- 1968 as a reminder of the history of the establishment of the ATMI
Polytechnic Surakarta and as a reinforcement of the next ATMI step, that what has been built so far is
not in vain.
The entire ATMI symbol embodies the understanding that: ATMI Surakarta aspires to educate technical
personnel who can advance the world, which in turn is able to bring / realize world welfare through
intensive education both theory and practice.
The ATMI Surakarta Polytechnic Flag is a grayish blue color with the symbol of the ATMI Surakarta
Polytechnic in the middle with white, green and blue colors.