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Hi, Can someone help me with the concept of HRD & the principles of designing HRD system in any organisation. thanks...Sharon
11th October 2009 From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
Hi actually hrd is a deep topic how any o ecan explain it in two or three lines you have do a course in hr then bye regards sayali s
11th October 2009 From India, Pune
Hi Sharon,
I fully agree with Sayali that HRD and its principles cannot be explained in a few lines, and to design HRD System one needs in depth knowledge. i would suggest you to take an H.R. full time course.
Uflex Corporate H.R
13th October 2009 From India, Delhi
Dear Friend,
HRD is an abbreviated form of "Human Resource Development"
The concept implies Development of Human Resources to meet certain Organization's Objectives.
In a nutshell one can say the HRD is a defined roadmap to enable an organization to translate the same into an Action Plan to achieve pre-determined and pre defined Organizational Objectives.
The underlying theme of HRD is to train & develop the Human Resource in a manner that they become equipped to perform at an improved level to meet these defined Organizational Objectives.
Defining the Organizational Objectives is only the start of the journey and meeting the Objectives is the Goal. What happens in between are various processes and strategies to facilitate and power the journey.
Yes the term HRD encompasses a vast canvass....each organization, dpending upon the objectives it plans to achieve...will paint a picuture
in accordance with its own specific game plan.
Vasant Nair
13th October 2009 From India, Mumbai
Dear Mr. Vasant Awesome!!! really wonderfull desciption u have elaborated in a very simplified and comprehensive language.... Outstanding... Keep doing such extraordinary work always..
13th October 2009 From India, Delhi
HRD is based on HR functions.... Development can be looked in — -recruitment, PMS, E-SAT, Employee relations, MIS, Labour welfare...etc
13th October 2009 From India, Nasik
Dear Mr VR
Here I am looking for some guidance.
Sir I am working in accounts but sincerely looking for career change in HR and just looking for some good
practical / quality / short-term HR training. My key concern is practical / hands on training of all HR aspects
so that I can have exposure of this field and can switch to HR.
My Brief Details are as:-
- 15 Years ( Accounts - Key Role Employes Bills, Execution of various HR Policies )
Academic & Professional
PGDHRM, 2010, IGNOU, New Delhi
MBA (HR) 2009, PTU Jalandhar
PGJMC. 2005 AAIDU, Allahabad
M. Com. 1998, Purvanchal University, Jaunpur

27th November 2010 From India
Dear Friends I am carrying out a research work in HR . I need some inputs in connection with the synopsis and thesis formats. Pls OBLIGE Regards Ravindra Rao 9819731732.
29th November 2010 From India, Mumbai
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