Can "recruitment not limited to graduate colleges" bring the spring of vocational education

  Recently, the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security issued the "Notice on Issues Concerning Vocational College Graduates Participating in Public Recruitment by Public Institutions."

The notice requires that public institutions should establish a correct selection and employment concept, break the employment orientation of only prestigious schools and academic qualifications, and establish a talent utilization mechanism that is oriented by virtue and ability and targeted at job requirements.

It is not allowed to use graduated institutions, foreign (overseas) learning experiences, and learning methods as restrictive conditions, and effectively safeguard and protect the legal rights and equal opportunities of equal competition for graduates of vocational colleges to participate in public recruitment by public institutions.

  This notice triggered a enthusiastic interpretation.

Many people believe that this move will release a clear signal to support the development of vocational education, will effectively broaden the employment path of vocational school students, and help them open the door to public institutions.

This also reflects the eclectic and talented selection criteria.

  To be true, the emphasis on vocational education should take practical measures, gnaw hard bones, open up the export and pass on to the front end with a beautiful vision.

Otherwise, if the importance of vocational education is always verbally emphasized, but vocational school students are blocked head-on on the most important job search and employment issue, it is hard to say that "the spring of vocational education is here."

  This time, the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security clearly requires all localities to eliminate the employment orientation of prestigious schools and only academic qualifications in the recruitment of public institutions, to give vocational school students opportunities, encourage and guide vocational school students to participate in rural revitalization, and equally enjoy the preferential policy of open recruitment of grass-roots institutions in difficult and remote areas , Is undoubtedly a major reform of the employment policy.

  However, we should also realize that "recruitment is not limited to graduate colleges" is only the first step in achieving fair employment.

From a realistic point of view, there is still a long way to go before vocational education is truly treated equally and eclectically.

  First, whether the notice of the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security can be implemented in various regions and departments takes time and requires a change in the concept of the principal.

Judging from the practice of many reforms in the past, sometimes a piece of notice does not open the door.

With the relevant policies, or the policies opened up for vocational school students, what is needed next is to transform into the conscious and rigid rules of the employer as soon as possible, and reflect it in the actual action of recruiting and employing people.

And this is obviously much more difficult.

It requires courage and courage.

  Furthermore, why are government agencies, institutions and even enterprises keen on prestigious schools and high education?

Of course, the problem of face is not ruled out here. The unit's ability to recruit many highly educated talents is also a manifestation of its strength and attractiveness.

But in addition, it should also be admitted that highly educated talents still have their own advantages.

Judging from the current subject setting, training goals, evaluation standards and many other aspects, the vocational school students who aim to develop "professional talents" still have a gap with the graduates of prestigious universities and even ordinary colleges in terms of overall competitiveness. A basic reality.

  Ignoring these, ignoring the improvement of abilities, just shouting for equality in a vague way, is meaningless.

In other words, prestigious school students and highly educated talents are favored in the workplace, and it does not seem to violate the moral and ability-oriented talent utilization mechanism that targets job needs.

  In addition, judging from the current effects of education management, the quality of education and talent training models of vocational colleges need to be further improved.

How to make vocational education keep up with the policy and benevolence, keep up with the expectations of the society, and keep up with the pace of the times, I am afraid that the relevant practitioners and competent departments will still need to make great efforts.

Let parents, students and society understand: Everyone chooses a vocational school, not helpless, but an initiative.

  Social justice is the cornerstone and prerequisite of social progress, and the eclectic use of talents is an important manifestation.

Only in this way can a surge of talents and a prosperous career be realized.

  Hu Yinbin Source: China Youth Daily