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Ningbo held the first national universal movable cultural relics training course 2013-09-16

 

The first national movable cultural relics training course in Ningbo, the deputy director of Shu Yueming gave a mobilization speech for the training class. Deputy Director He Xiaolei gave a lecture on “Design of Cultural Relics Registration System and Census Index System”. Deputy Director Jin Ping gave a lecture on “One P.” Interpretation of relevant work norms" Cai Xiaohui lectures on "Interpretation of the Standards for the Registration of Mobile Cultural Relics" In order to implement the deployment and requirements of the State Council and the provincial and municipal people's governments for the first national survey of movable cultural relics, it is standardized, orderly and efficient. The city's first national comprehensive survey of movable cultural relics was done with high quality. On September 12-13, 2013, Ningbo organized and organized the first national comprehensive survey of movable cultural relics (hereinafter referred to as “one general”). Liaison member of the "One Pu" leading group member of the city, the heads of the "one general" office and the census backbone of the 11 county (city) districts and the Daxie, Gaoxin District, Dongqian Lake and Hangzhou Bay New District, and the Ningbo Museum A total of 120 census personnel from the municipal units such as Tianyige Museum, Baoguosi Ancient Architecture Museum, Ningbo Wenbao Institute and Ningbo Library participated in the training. Shu Yueming, deputy director of the Ningbo Municipal Bureau of Culture, Radio, Film and Television, made a mobilization speech for the training class. He Xiaolei, deputy director of the Museum of Cultural Relics and Bureau of the State Cultural Relics Bureau, was invited to give lectures on the design of cultural relics registration system and census index system for the training class. Jin Ping, deputy director of Zhejiang Provincial Cultural Relics Bureau, Zhou Jian, deputy director of Zhejiang Provincial Cultural Relics Appraisal and Audit Office, and Cai Xiaohui, Zhejiang Provincial Museum Zhang Yongchun gave lectures on the "Is a General Practitioner Form Filling and Related Work Specification Interpretation", "Removable Cultural Relics Identification", "Removable Cultural Relics Registration Specification Interpretation" and "Information Collection Software Explaining". Through two days of study and training, the census backbone of the training has basically mastered the methods, standards, and technical routes of the “one-up” work, and further clarified the three basic questions of why the census, what to look for, and how to check. Strengthening the sense of responsibility, mission and spirit, they all expressed the need to make the census work fine, practical, and true, thus laying a solid foundation for promoting the city's movable cultural relics survey. (Ningbo City "one general" office)