Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference on Education Technology, Management and Humanities Science

Reflections and Constructions on the Forming of New Party Construction Mode of College Student Associations in the New Era

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Yan Cheng
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Available Online March 2015.
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colleges and universities student associations party construction mode innovation
Abstract
The scale expanding of colleges and universities brings enlarged enrollments and strengthened student associations. To solve problems exit in the present party construction of college student associations such as insufficient ideological cognition, imperfect system construction and the lack of guiding strength, this essay proposes methods to the new mode construction of the party construction of college associations in the new era. This means that we need to accelerate the pace of the combination of the party construction and student associations, construct a long-term guarantee mechanism, promote the work of party construction with social activities and strengthen the cultivation and education on party members. All of these methods would help strengthen the party construction work in college student associations, perfect the student party construction system, optimize the management mechanism in the college associations, cultivate advanced community culture and enhance the effectiveness of ideological and political education on college students to continuously promote the development of the party construction work and student associations.
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PB  - Atlantis Press
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