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IF HR HAS SOME BODY AS FATHER THEN IT MUST HAD SOME GRAND FATHER AND THEN ............
WHO IS THEN GREAT GRAND FATHER OF HR?
I THINK MR. RAJSAWSTER HAS RIGHTLY SAID....ARISTOTLE, PLUTO, SOCRETICE ETC MAY BE GREAT GRANDFATHER FOLLOWED BY LIST OF ILLICITE FATHERS... AS SUGGESTED MOST OF RESPONDENTS,.,.,.,.,.,.,.Ha Ha Ha
This is comic question..........

Hi parthasarthi..
I was looking for an answer to same question and came across this link.. This cannot be a comic questions right.. reason being in last year's NTPC All India Test for Executive Trainee (HR) this was the first question which was asked.. and i am sure a Navratana Company would not ask any such question(s) that do not have any answer or for that matter more than one answer.
John Patterson is the answer.

Dear All
I thank all the members for their valuable contributions,it was really very informative and keep posting such information's which is very much helpful for us
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Vadivelu A.P.
JSW Steel

I think you people are forgotten about the great "Chanakya". Why we Indians do not think away from west and contemporary. Go back and peek. There are lot the west has learned from the ancient India.
The Hindu civilization is almost 5000 old. The Holy Vedas and Upanishads contain all the wisdom that is required to organize the human activity. so there is nothing older than this on the earth. But it is "we" who have forgotten the path shown to us by our forefathers.
I am of firm belief that "Sanskrit" must be taught at school and college level, if we want to achieve the old wisdom of organization of human activity.

All that is written above are true and undisputed.
During Late Smt. Indira Gandhi's tenure as Prime Minister, she introduced a cabinet rank for Human Resource with Late. P V Narasimha Rao being the first cabinet Minister.
When we look the practice part of it, till the mid 1990's most of the corporates had a PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT and not a HR department. Correct me if wrong. Then corporates discarded the tag Personnel Department and started having HR Managers and departments whence the concept of worker participation in management also started having roots in decision making.
Sriram B

All that is written above are true and undisputed.
During Late Smt. Indira Gandhi's tenure as Prime Minister, she introduced a cabinet rank for Human Resource with Late. P V Narasimha Rao being the first cabinet Minister.
When we look the practice part of it, till the mid 1990's most of the corporates had a PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT and not a HR department. Correct me if wrong. Then corporates discarded the tag Personnel Department and started having HR Managers and departments whence the concept of worker participation in management also started having roots in decision making.
Sriram B


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