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Professor Xu Tongmo, President of Xi'an Jiaotong University
Reflections on Shaping Distinguished Features of Universities and Development Strategies

1. The managing characteristic is the key to the sustained development of universities, and the core is managing idea.

2. The managing characteristic would have formed during the long process for managing a university.

(1) The formation of the managing characteristic is influenced by the conditions of history and times, it changes with the changes of times, meanwhile universities promote history and times through fostering talents and providing research findings.

(2) The formation of the managing characteristic is influenced not only by geographical environment greatly, but by social environment.

(3) Presidents of universities also influence the formation of the managing characteristic greatly.

3.The process for forming the managing characteristic in Xi'an Jiaotong University

(1) The managing characteristic of "emphasizing practical science"

(2) Establishing discipline structure capable of meeting the social development

(3) The teaching characteristic of "high start, solid foundation, strict demand, and emphasizing practice"

(4) The university style of diligence, practice, loving the country and the school and doing pioneering work with full efforts

4. Defining the managing characteristic and developing goal

5.The primary thinking on developing strategy of Chinese universities

(1) The strategic position of Chinese higher education is gradually going up while the universities go from the edge of the society to the center.

(2) The higher education would develop from elite education to mass education.

(3) The tendency of the universities opening more to the world and combining deeper with the society

(4) The position and role of human culture quality education in Chinese university education in the 21 century

(5) The Chinese universities would gradually transfer from university society to university of society.

(6) The variety of the managing modes and the multiplicity of the schooling grade.

(7) There would be a number of top-grade universities in the world and world noted universities at high grade.

(china.org.cn, July 30, 2002)

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