Outlook of Work for Study of Chinese College Student from Perspective of Times

Xiao-ming SHI


The poverty-stricken student work is an important part of college harmonious campus construction. How to make the work for study play a more positive role in the work needs us to think about with a modern sight; The article, through the analysis of the history, current situation and future, elaborates the change and development of the connotation, object and subject of the work for study. And the “Poverty Reduction, Education and Talent Growth" is a main theme that is in line with the development of times.

Key Words: work for study, epochal character, education and outlook

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.ccc.1923670020090502.008

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