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BIT Celebrates the 65th Anniversary

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In the fall of 2005, Beijing Institute of Technology joyously sees the 65th anniversary of its founding.

In the past 65 years, in high spirits of aggregation, dedication and vitality and with unremitting efforts to improve and innovate, BIT people have contributed to the nation’s construction and development by successfully turning out large quantities of qualified professionals and making great achievements in creative research projects.

Today more than 4,000 alumni both abroad and at home gather at their old school to celebrate her 65th birthday, together with 40,000 students and teachers on the campus. Among them, there are not only the older generation of state leaders and scientists, but also many youth entrepreneurs, engineers graduating in the 1990’s or even in the new millennium. They are deeply concerned with their old school’s future construction and development. The poem written by Zeng Qinghong, Vice President of the PRC to celebrate his old school’s birthday is presented in front of the Yifu Building, along with the exhibitions on BIT’s “five-year’s achievements in development and innovation” and the latest major achievements in science and technology.

With the spirit of promoting academic development and communications, many academic forums, seminars and workshops are held in BIT from September 22 to 30, including the Doctoral Forum of China and the International Conference on Life Science etc. More than 20 overseas partner institutions of higher learning of BIT have representatives attend the celebration on September 25.

On the occasion of the 65th anniversary, BIT signs overall cooperation agreement with such big corporations as Microsoft, China Merchants Bank, which marks more extensive and further cooperation between BIT and the enterprises.



 

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