Inner Mongolia rolls out preferential policies for talent introduction
North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region has achieved breakthroughs in the cultivation, recruitment and support of scientific innovation talents in recent years.
Authorities took measures to improve policy systems, strengthen the cultivation of local talents, introduce outside talents and strengthen talent cooperation among industries, universities and research institutes.
Over the past few years, Inner Mongolia has issued a series of documents such as the "Implementation Plan on Deepening the Reform of Project Review, Talent Evaluation and Institutional Evaluation" and "Opinions on the Implementation of the Distribution Policy Oriented to Increase the Value of Knowledge." These have created a good policy environment for cultivating and introducing scientific and technological talents.
During the 13th Five-Year Plan period (2016-20), Inner Mongolia cultivated a total of 38 national high-level talents.
From 2016 to 2019, a total of 163 high-level innovative scientific and technological talents were recommended for the autonomous region's "Prairie Talents" project.
Meanwhile, Inner Mongolia has introduced 51 scientific research teams and hired 17 academicians over the past five years.
Through signing an "intelligence introduction agreement" with the Baotou Rare Earth R&D Center of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Inner Mongolia has attracted more than 30 talents and nine teams.
Inner Mongolia also attracted more than 120 talents due to the commercialization of scientific and technological achievements.
Through the talent cooperation mechanism, Inner Mongolia’s emerging industries have received 135 technology consultations from foreign experts.