Admissions for the Academy of Military Sciences in 2020
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I. Overview of the Academy of Military Sciences
On March 15, 1958, under the decision of Chairman Mao Zedong, the Military Academy of the Chinese People's Liberation Army was established, and Marshal Ye Jianying served as the first president and political commissar. On July 19, 2017, President Xi Jinping personally gave the flag and delivered a training speech to the newly adjusted military academy of sciences.
The Academy of Military Sciences is the fist force of military scientific research in the entire army. It is responsible for strengthening military theoretical innovation, strengthening national defense science and technology innovation, and strengthening military scientific research work organization model innovation. It is responsible for accelerating the development of modern military science and striving to build high-level military scientific research institutions. mission. As the first batch of national high-end think tank pilot units, it conducts decision-making consultation and research on major issues such as military affairs and science and technology, and plays the role of the think tank and think tank of the Party Central Committee and the Central Military Commission. The Academy of Military Sciences now has a group of top scientists and innovative leaders who have a good reputation both inside and outside the military. They include commanders and staff officers with rich practical experience from combat units, and backbones of scientific research who have graduated from well-known universities at home and abroad. These include more than 20 academicians of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Chinese Academy of Engineering, and more than 300 national talents including the He Liang Heli Award and the Qiushi Award.
The Academy of Military Sciences has established relatively stable academic links with defense and security research institutions, scientific research institutions, and colleges in dozens of countries. Responsible for guiding the work of organizations such as the Chinese Academy of Military Sciences, the Chinese Sun Tzu Research Society, and the Chinese Military Tact Society, and regularly holding international conferences such as the "Beijing Xiangshan Forum" and "Sun Tzu International Symposium"; receiving foreign defense department leaders and military delegations , Government and parliamentary delegations and scholars visit; send delegations to visit abroad, send scientific researchers to study abroad, participate in international conferences, engage in guest research and lectures, and exchange more than 600 scientific researchers each year.
Second, the military civilian personnel system
(I) Functional positioning
1. Positioning of civilian personnel
Civilian personnel refer to non-active personnel engaged in management and professional technical work in military establishment positions that are commonly used by the military and civilians, are not directly involved in combat, and social security is not appropriate. They are a component of military personnel. In the military and social life, civilian personnel enjoy the corresponding rights and perform their duties in accordance with the law.
2. Characteristics of civilian personnel system
The military has established a comparatively advantageous management and guarantee system and mechanism for civilian personnel that is connected with the national civil servants and the staff system of public institutions. The state and the military protect the legitimate rights and interests of civilian personnel in accordance with law, and encourage civilian personnel to serve the army in a long-term and stable manner. People's governments at all levels, their relevant departments, and relevant military organs should cooperate with each other in accordance with the division of responsibilities, and do a good job in the education and training of civilian personnel, household registration, social security, human resource management, and preferential treatment, and provide public services and convenience for civilian personnel . Civilians who have made outstanding contributions shall be commended and rewarded in accordance with relevant state and military regulations, and awarded corresponding honours. Civilian personnel who violate military discipline shall be punished in accordance with relevant military regulations.
(2) Obligations and rights
3. Duties of civilian personnel
Loyal to the motherland, the Chinese Communist Party, and strive to serve the army; observe the Constitution, laws, regulations, and relevant military rules and regulations; obey orders, obey orders, observe discipline, and keep secrets; earnestly perform duties, and strive to improve the quality and efficiency of work; unite and cooperate , Diligent and dedicated, abide by professional ethics, exemplary social ethics; learn and master the scientific culture and professional knowledge required to perform their duties, improve professional ability; participate in military training and non-war military operations, and undertake corresponding combat support and support tasks as needed , In active service according to law; other obligations provided by laws and regulations.
4. Rights of civilian personnel
Obtain political honors, commendations, and rewards; receive salary and remuneration, enjoy corresponding benefits, pensions and social security; obtain working conditions and labor protection that should be performed in performing duties; participate in training; not for legal reasons or without legal procedures, do not Dismissed, lowered in rank, dismissed, terminated, or terminated employment contract, disposition, etc .; applications for resignation or termination of employment contract, the applicant to handle disputes, file appeals and complaints; other rights provided by laws and regulations.
(Three) post settings
5. Post settings
Civilian positions are divided into two categories: management positions and professional and technical positions. A management position is a position that assumes leadership responsibilities or management tasks. Professional and technical posts refer to those who are engaged in professional technical and professional skills jobs and have corresponding professional technical, professional skill levels, and ability requirements.
6. Post level setting
Management positions are divided into nine levels from high to low, that is, deputy posts at the ministerial level, deputy posts at the bureau level, deputy posts at the bureau level, deputy posts at the division level, deputy posts at the division level, deputy positions at the division level, deputies at the division level, clerks, and clerks. For senior, intermediate, and junior posts, there are levels from one to thirteen.
7. Recruitment system
The military implements a system of recruiting and hiring civilian personnel that is open to the society, directly introduced, and combined with the transfer of active-duty military personnel. The public recruitment of civil servants for the public is applicable to newly recruited civilians who are employed at the managerial level or below, as well as civilian staff at the intermediate and professional level. The direct introduction of civilian personnel is suitable for the selection of high-level talents and special professionals. The transfer of active duty military personnel to civilian personnel is applicable to the selection of active duty military personnel who meet the conditions for retirement and are intended to be placed in retirement.
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