On the Relationship Between the Specialty Set-Up of Secondary Vocational Education and Regional Industrial Structure in Tibet

Can GUO, Ou PENG

Abstract


The specially set-up of vocational education should meet the demand of regional economic development to adapt the requirement of adjustment, promotion and optimization of regional industrial structure. By investigation of the specially set-up of secondary vocational education and the regional industrial structure, we found that specialty of secondary education does not meet the demand of economic development. And the number of enrollments and the proportion of economic structure is uncoordinated, so it could not fulfil the talent demand for economic development. Therefore, it needs to optimize the structure of specially set-up to adapt the requirement of regional economic development. Therefore, it needs to change their adaptability and promote the development of vocational education and the economy in Tibet.


Keywords


Tibet; Secondary vocational education; Specialty set-up; Industrial structure

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References


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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