Beijing, 3rd November, 2020 (BISTU)— Wang Ning, a member of Standing Committee of CCP Beijing Municipal Committee and Secretary of CCP Beijing Municipal Educational Committee, visits BISTU New Campus. The visit is accompanied by Zheng Jichun, Executive Deputy Secretary of CCP Beijing Municipal Educational Committee, Liu Xiaoming, Director of General Administration Office of CCP Beijing Municipal Educational Committee, Zhang Long, Director of Construction of Beijing Municipal Education Commission, Secretary Wang Chuanliang of CCP BISTU Committee, President Wang Yongsheng, Vice President Chen Gang, Vice President Ma Qinghong, and Vice President Yu Shijie.
Following the inspection on the construction sites and enquiries on progress of construction as well as difficulties with which the New Campus faces currently, Wang Ning speaks positively of achievements that BISTU has made in New Campus construction and in serving the social and economic development of Beijing. Wang Ning points out that BISTU New Campus construction is a key strategic project of the Municipal Government. It is hoped that the University seizes the opportunity to establish new orientations and promote reform of internal quality. In near future, the University shall continue to conduct feasibility researches, coordinate with Changping District, and invest efforts in filing for approval of doctoral programs.
On behalf of the University, Wang Chuanliang extends sincere thanks to CCP Beijing Municipal Committee and Beijing Municipal Government for their support and care with construction of the New Campus. He says that the University will steadily push forward issues on resettlement and will try to move the whole university into the New Campus. Construction of the New Campus will be a previous opportunity for the University to strengthen top design and promote reform and development. Says Wang Chuanliang.
Wang Yongsheng delivers a report on construction of the New Campus and approval of doctoral programs in respect of history and status quo of BISTU, educational orientations and objectives, development and features of academic disciplines, and planning of resettlement in the New Campus.