Tibet Vocational and Technical College is the only comprehensive higher vocational college in Tibet, approved by the People's Government of the Autonomous Region in July 2005, and formed on the basis of the former Tibet Autonomous Region Agriculture and Animal Husbandry School and the Tibet Autonomous Region Comprehensive Technical Secondary School. Since the establishment of the school, with the great attention of the party committee and government of the autonomous region, the care and support of the party group and the education department of the autonomous region, under the correct leadership of the party committee of the college, and the joint efforts of teachers, students and staff, the college has undergone tremendous changes. , The party’s leadership has been strengthened in an all-round way, the strength of running schools has been gradually enhanced, and the quality of personnel training has been significantly improved, which has cultivated a large number of high-quality skilled personnel for the economic and social development of Tibet. The leadership team of the college currently consists of 9 members: Comrade Yang Hua, Secretary of the Party Committee and Vice Dean of the College, Comrade Cai Shoukuan, Deputy Secretary and Dean of the Party Committee, Comrade Xue Linhu, Deputy Secretary of the Party Committee and Executive Vice Dean, and Comrade Zhuang Shihong, Member of the Party Committee and Vice Dean , Comrade Suo Lang Ouzhu, Member of the Party Committee and Vice President, Comrade Tashi Bazhu, Member of the Party Committee and Vice President, Comrade Deng Zhengzhou, Member of the Party Committee and Vice President, Comrade Wang Yong, Member of the Party Committee and Vice President, Member of the Party Committee and Vice President Comrade Cheng Xiaoying.
The college has two campuses in the west and north, one teaching site (Education City), one practical teaching demonstration base and one special education base, covering a total area of 493.5 acres (including 160 acres in the west campus, 133 acres in the north campus, and development zone B District training base is 177 acres, development zone special education base is 23.5 acres), the school building area is 151,200 square meters. The collection of paper books is more than 432,000 volumes. There are 8 on-campus training and teaching bases (including 80 experimental training rooms), and 59 off-campus practice (training) bases.
The college now has 7 deputy county-level administrative teaching group management departments: the Party and Government Office, the Personnel Office, the Academic Affairs Office, the Student Work Office, the Admissions and Employment Guidance Office, the Logistics Service Center, and the Youth League Committee. There are Department of Propaganda and Traditional Warfare (Department of Ideological and Political Work), Discipline Inspection and Supervision Office, Teaching Supervision Office, Finance Department, Scientific Research Management Section, Modern Education Technology Center, Strong Foundation Office (Poverty Alleviation Office), Security Section (Maintenance Office) , Labor Union (Retired Cadre Management Section), Library, Innovation and Entrepreneurship College, etc. 11 directly affiliated department-level institutions. There are 9 secondary colleges (departments), including the College of Agricultural Science and Technology, the College of Animal Science and Technology, the College of Tourism and Culture, the College of Economics and Management, the College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, the College of Construction Engineering, the College of Information Engineering, the Ministry of Basic Education, and the Ministry of Continuing Education. The Marxist-Leninist teaching and research section directly under the college.
The college currently has 42 party organizations, including 9 general party branches and 32 party branches under the party committee of the college (25 teaching and labor party branches and 7 student party branches). There are currently 455 party members (251 in-service teaching and labor party members, accounting for 66.23% of the in-service employees; 81 retired party members; 44 student party members (0.89% of the total number of students); 4 volunteer party members; no transfer of organizational relations yet 75 student party members).
The college currently offers 30 specialized majors, covering eight major categories including agriculture and forestry, animal husbandry, electric power, and construction. Among them, 3 majors with breakthrough construction characteristics (e-commerce technology, accounting, clothing and apparel design), and 4 major national key construction majors (Crop production technology, tourism management, power plant and power system, animal husbandry and veterinary), 4 autonomous region-level key construction majors (horticulture technology, marketing, construction engineering technology, computer network technology), 2 autonomous region talent training model reform pilot majors (Automobile inspection and maintenance, tourism management), 2 central financial support service industry majors (computer network technology, facility agriculture and equipment) and 1 autonomous region-level characteristic major (crop production technology).
The college has 380 faculty members, and currently has 379 faculty members (including 161 ethnic minority employees, accounting for 42.5% of the total faculty and staff), including 315 specialized technical positions (297 full-time teachers, 18 teaching assistants and other professional technical personnel) People), 46 management staff (4 of whom are shoulder-to-shoulder), and 18 workers. Among the specialized technical positions, there are 87 senior titles, 114 intermediate titles, 105 junior titles, 9 ungraded, 23 political counselors; 5 doctoral candidates, 114 master candidates, and 230 undergraduates. There are 136 teachers (accounting for 45.7% of the total number of full-time teachers) who meet the school-level "dual teacher quality" teacher requirements. Three teachers have been rated as national outstanding teachers, one teacher has been rated as a model worker in the autonomous region, 16 teachers have been rated as an outstanding teacher and teaching expert in the autonomous region, one teacher has been rated as an outstanding educator in the autonomous region, and two teachers have been rated as an entire district Excellent ideological and political educator; won 1 state-level and 1 autonomous region advanced collective.
There are 5,160 full-time students (including 4,857 in the West and North campuses, and 303 in the Education City teaching site). There are 133 classes in the school; 1,235 full-time teaching staff. As of August 2019, the college has trained 19,703 skilled talents at all levels and various types for the entire district, and the "dual certificate" acquisition rate has reached over 85%. Students have accumulated in various national skill competitions, entrepreneurship competitions and other competitions. Won more than 70 awards at or above the provincial and ministerial level. The college has carried out various vocational skills training, practical technical training, and vocational skills appraisal for more than 2500 people. Teachers have undertaken a total of more than 500 national, provincial and academic research projects, and published more than 1,500 papers above the provincial level.
Since its establishment 13 years ago, Tibet Vocational and Technical College has faced the opportunities and challenges of the reform and development of vocational education, followed the pace of Tibet’s economic and social development, adhering to the school motto of “Strengthening skills by virtue, learning and innovation”, and focusing on “rejuvenating Tibet through science, education and talents”. The strategy of "Strengthening District" is based on the development idea of "3721" ("3" means focusing on three major industries, "7" means serving the seven pillar industries of the autonomous region, and "2" means grasping the quality of talent training and enhancing social contribution. The key point, "1" is to achieve professional construction as a breakthrough), with the construction of "five-type" vocational colleges (i.e. red, bright morals, rule of law, scholarly, and ingenuity vocational colleges) as the starting point to achieve the "136" development strategic goal (ie : "One year for improvement, three years for one breakthrough, six years for one leap"). Launch the "3+10" action plan in an all-round way, strive to improve the level and efficiency of the school, and strive to achieve the development goal of "123" (that is, to build the college into "one base, two centers, and three demonstrations"), and strive to build It has a leading role in the field of vocational education in Tibet, and has an influential modern higher vocational education school with high-quality characteristics throughout the country, especially in ethnic areas.
In October 2009, the college successfully passed the evaluation of the national talent training work; in June 2011, it passed the national-level acceptance of the demonstration school construction project and became one of the 100 exemplary higher vocational colleges nationwide. The Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Finance Network Education Digital Learning Resource Center's typical application demonstration sites, the Autonomous Region National Vocational Skills Appraisal Institute, and the region's key construction vocational teacher training base are also located in the college. The college has been successively rated as the National Agricultural College Demonstration Base, the National Construction Industry Skilled Talent Training and Training Base, the National Advanced Unit for Employment Guidance, and the National Advanced Unit for Vocational Education.