CPC official urges reform of training of officials

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A senior official of the Communist Party of China (CPC) on Monday urged greater efforts to make the training of officials more pertinent to and effective in raising their skills at governing.

Push forward the reform of the training of officials unswervingly so that the training could better serve the scientific development of the country, said Li Yuanchao, head of the Organization Department of the CPC Central Committee at a conference on the reform in Beijing on Monday.

He added that the training must be both relevant and complementary to officials' jobs and called for the optimization of the systems that educate officials on Party theories, governance and Party spirit.

He stressed the need to create a diverse official training system with more involvement from higher-learning institutions and research institutes besides the current main training channel of Party schools and administration schools.

He also called for better training of officials at grassroots levels.

The general office of the CPC Central Committee issued the text of the reform outlines for the period of 2010 to 2020 on Tuesday. It issued a separate circular, ordering the implementation of the outlines the same day.

The reform aims to build educational and training systems for officials with Chinese characteristics that are more open, dynamic and effective by 2020, read the text.

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