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The college held a symposium for non-party personages

[Time]:2022-06-30 [Views]:

  On June 29, the symposium for non-party people in the first half of 2022 was held in the 313 Electrical Building, attended by Ding Shihong, member of the United Front Work Committee of the Party Committee of the School of Electrical Engineering and dean of the Institute of High-efficiency Motor Systems and Intelligent Control, Xu Leijun, deputy dean of the School of Electrical Engineering, Xiao Yichen, deputy director of the Party Affairs Office, and representatives of teachers from the democratic parties of the School of Electrical Engineering. The meeting was chaired by Ding Shihong.

  At the meeting, everyone focused on studying the spirit of General Secretary Xi Jinping's important speech to non-party figures on January 29 and exchanged learning experiences. Subsequently, the teachers took turns to speak, and put forward their views and suggestions on the implementation of the college's policies, the linkage of tutors in the teaching process of students, the guidance of graduate students, and the activities of trade unions. The participating leaders also solicited suggestions and opinions from the participating teachers on bureaucracy and formalism, and replied and recorded. Finally, Ding Shihong said that the democratic parties and non-party personages are an important force for the development of the college, and the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China will be held this year, only when everyone always maintains a high degree of consistency with the CPC Central Committee in ideology, politics, and action, actively offers suggestions and suggestions, and guides the people around them to stand firm and transmit positive energy, can we better give play to the organizational advantages of the united front and continue to promote the various undertakings of the college and school.

  This forum further promoted the united front work and better played the positive role of democratic parties and non-party personages in participating in the reform and development of the college and making suggestions and suggestions.