Tibetan-language computer application professionals graduates

2018-10-31 17:02:00 | From:China Tibet Online

According to news on October 25 from the Hainan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture in northwest China's Qinghai Province, China's first class of Tibetan-language computer application technical students have graduated from junior college, which will help improve vocational education in Tibetan-inhabited areas of Qinghai and help cultivate skilled professionals in Tibetan-Chinese bilingual computer technology.

A total of 17 students have graduated from the Tibetan Language Computer Application Technical Training junior college class jointly held by the Qinghai Radio and Television University and the Luo Zang Vocational School. It is the only Tibetan-language computer application technical training class in China. Five students have already accepted positions at Luo Zang Vocational School, and others will choose to start their own businesses elsewhere.

Luo Zang, president of the Qinghai Luo Zang Vocational School, said that this class used special Tibetan-language textbooks for learning about information technology, the first of their kind in China, and completed a C language course all in Tibetan. The course also included practical instruction and implementation.

The Luo Zang Vocational School was established in December 2014. Its campus covers an area of 58 mu (1 mu = 0.165 acres) and has more than 14,000 square meters of buildings. It mainly undertakes short-term trainings on the basis of Tibetan-language information technology, Tibetan and Chinese bilingual business incubation, and professional education in technical Tibetan-language computer application.

Wang Yongwu, deputy governor of Hainan Prefecture, Qinghai Province, said that the Luo Zang Vocational School Tibetan-language computer application technical training program has established a platform for learning and for promoting the re-education of young people in rural areas.

Editor: Tommy Tan.






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