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Research on the Coordinated Development of University Discipline Construction and Regional Industry in Guizhou Province

Xing Wu


Discipline construction is the basic work of professional personnel training in colleges and universities, which directly determines the construction and service ability of local colleges and universities in regional economy. With the reform and opening up to a new stage, regional development has become the focus of modern social construction. It is of practical and theoretical significance to do a good job in regional university education reform. Based on this, this paper takes Guizhou Province as the research object, analyzes the situation and relationship between the discipline construction of colleges and universities and the coordinated development of regional industries in Guizhou Province. It provides countermeasures for the coordination between the optimization and upgrading of industrial structure and the construction of disciplines in colleges and universities in Guizhou province.


Guizhou Province; Discipline Construction; Regional Industry; Coordinated Development

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v4i11.3032