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Research and Practice on The Training Mode of Scientific and Technological Innovation Ability of Agricultural Engineering College Students under the Background of New Engineering Construction

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DOI: 10.23977/aduhe.2022.040403 | Downloads: 10 | Views: 663


Xiuying Xu 1, Zheng Zhou 1, Changxin Ning 1, Baofu Huai 1, Chao Liu 1


1 College of Engineering, Heilongjiang Bayi Agricultural University, Daqing, China 163319

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Xiuying Xu


In view of the requirements of new engineering construction, the goal of talent training is to adapt to the strategic, innovative, systematic, open and diversified modern agricultural new engineering innovation excellence under the connotation of new engineering. Start, carry out the exploration of innovation and entrepreneurship ability training mode, put forward the reform measures of student association management and competition management that are goal-oriented, plan-based, and detail-determined A good dual-innovation teaching cycle system that promotes research and competition , and forms a mature, stable, stable development, and efficient management model under the condition of multi-disciplinary cross-integration, which effectively improves students' practical innovation ability and scientific and technological competition competitiveness. To provide more feasible scientific and technological innovation mechanism and management experience for undergraduates and colleges for local colleges and universities and related educational institutions and competent departments.


Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Science and technology competition, New engineering, Agricultural engineering


Xiuying Xu, Zheng Zhou, Changxin Ning, Baofu Huai, Chao Liu, Research and Practice on The Training Mode of Scientific and Technological Innovation Ability of Agricultural Engineering College Students under the Background of New Engineering Construction. Adult and Higher Education (2022) Vol. 4: 10-20. DOI:


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