During the "two sessions" 2011, the education field once again attracted the attention of many party members and representatives, whose proposals covered almost all phases from pre-primary to adult education. Burdens in preschool, primary and secondary education, and vocational education, higher education quality were discussed and paid attention to, and personnel training and employment has become the focus of public opinion and the concern of representative and party members.

"On the one hand, college graduates are 'underappreciated' and can not find a job, while on the other hand, some enterprises 'are looking for talents with eagerness' but can not find a suitable graduate." CPPCC member and president of Chongqing Restaurant Association Yan Qi said at the discussion of the government work report. A survey shows that less than 30% of what college students learned at school is put into practical application, and college majors and academic structure are far from social needs.

How to change this irrational situation? How can we train professionals for the market? Recently, our reporter visited Ruijie University. As a leading vendor-class network and technical education research institution, Ruijie University has been committed to personnel training mode research and innovation in network course development. It is believed that Ruijie University President Ms An Shumei is an expert of network practice teaching, and also one of the drafters of the national network training standards. She works as Steering Committee member, Visiting Professor, external lecturer for many universities.

Ruijie has assisted more than 1,300 institutions in the country to establish network training base, and developed more than 80 sets of network teaching materials, conducted nearly 200 backbone teacher trainings for engineer teachers in conjunction with institutions at all levels. NPC member Yan Qi believes that institutions and universities should follow the major construction idea of "relying on the industry, closing to the industry and adapting to the market", and should actively work together with industry enterprises by building training bases, developing training programs and curriculum together and sharing professional teacher resources and internships for comprehensive cooperation. Ms An highly agrees on this point.

When it comes to the difficult employment situation of the network graduates, Ms An thinks there are plenty of network professional employment opportunities, and the demand for network technology talents is also very high. Why is there a dilemma between "underappreciated" talents and "eager-for-talent" businesses? Ruijie University conducted a special market research, and ultimately found out that the market demand for highly skilled network professionals is as high as 40%, followed by the engineering application talents. For the cultivation of such highly skilled personnel, first is the basic skills, second is professional skills, and third is professional soft skills, and these aspects constitute a complete talent model. Restricted by the current university course system, students face a wide and insurmountable gap between the school and social jobs.

Ms An told the author that in 2011, Ruijie University worked with industry veterans, senior education specialist in the launch of "Excellent Engineer Solutions" and "dual solutions for engineer teachers" as well as "CPPI Network training system programs" after careful study and analysis of the professional network education status and actual employment demand. It will collaborate with universities across the country to build the Ruijie University "education project" which will carry out practical and efficient network technology education, and help universities develop first-class "dual force of teachers and engineers", and establish training bases.

 The introduction of highly skilled teachers, characterized materials and the establishment of training bases and cooperation between colleges and business, training institutions will be able to build a bridge on top of the gap between students and market to break the dilemma of talent training and employment.