Vocational education and skills training have been boosted in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region to help locals obtain skills and increase incomes, and to promote economic development. The Nyingchi Technical School, inaugurated in June, is the first city-level technical school in Tibet. With a capacity of 500 students, the school has four majors including road construction and maintenance, railway passenger service and hotel management. It also guarantees job opportunities for students, who can sign employment agreement upon arriving at school. So far, the school has provided technical training for over 750 students in total.