‘Xi Jinping’s corruption campaign’, students will now take masters degree from this subject in Chinese universities – न्यूज़लीड India

‘Xi Jinping’s corruption campaign’, students will now take masters degree from this subject in Chinese universities

‘Xi Jinping’s corruption campaign’, students will now take masters degree from this subject in Chinese universities


students can do masters

Sixteen Chinese universities have agreed to include the subject ‘Discipline Inspection and Supervision for Undergraduates’ for undergraduate studies, said a report in the Hong Kong-run South China Morning Post. Tan Zongze, dean of Southwest University’s Political Science and Law’s Discipline Inspection and Supervision School, said students with this subject will earn a law degree and then work with national agencies for discipline inspection. According to the report, this subject has been listed as a major subject in Chinese universities this year and from next year, students with this subject will be able to take admission in masters and doctoral degree programs.

Xi Jinping's campaign

Xi Jinping’s campaign

Let us tell you that after coming to power in the year 2012, Xi Jinping brought a major change in the anti-corruption system in China after the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party and launched a nationwide campaign against corruption. Xi Jinping established the National Supervisory Commission in the year 2018 to curb corruption. Established in China, this agency looks after members of the Communist Party of China as well as civil servants. However, there are allegations that Xi Jinping eliminated his political opponents through this commission. Dozens of big leaders of the Communist Party of China were arrested by this commission and then in court they were sentenced to life imprisonment to death.

Xi Jinping explains the achievement

Xi Jinping explains the achievement

At the same time, Xi Jinping describes this program as his big achievement. Xi Jinping last month described his campaign against corruption at the Communist Party Congress as a “massive victory” over the past 10 years. Just last month, former Communist Party Politburo Stingink Committee members Zhou Yongkang and former Central Military Commission vice-presidents Xu Caihou and Guo Boxiong were sacked and sentenced. There are many big names in Chinese politics.

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