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Some thoughts on hrd education
Some thoughts on hrd education
Some thoughts on hrd education
Some thoughts on hrd education
Some thoughts on hrd education
Some thoughts on hrd education
Some thoughts on hrd education
Some thoughts on hrd education
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Some thoughts on hrd education

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  • 1. Some thoughts on HRD education Sooraj R
  • 2. • Education aims at development of human resources.• Effectiveness depends upon how well they perform their roles.• The competencies are also changing due to time as the environment is changing.• Developing continuously the capabilities of the people involved in education. Sooraj R
  • 3. • Effectiveness of the education systems becomes essential to ensure the4 continuous development of human resources occupying their roles.• Training has been used most often as the only mechanism for developing human resources in the education sector. Sooraj R
  • 4. • Experience from the other sectors indicates the HRD can be effected through performance appraisal systems.• Potential development systems can also be planned to prepare for future roles likely to be performed by the employees.• OD exercises could be undertaken to create self-renewal capabilities in educational institutions. Sooraj R
  • 5. Local level initiatives• Considerable degree of freedom• Initiated through training• Special attention to be given in budgetary allocations for developing the human resources in training. Sooraj R
  • 6. HRD needs in Education for making it Employment Oriented• Planners and policy makers• Apex level education admins• Institutional heads and• Faculty. Sooraj R
  • 7. Sibal briefs MPs about pending HRD BillsThe Bills that were discussed include• the Foreign Universities Regulatory Bill,• the Education Malpractices Bill,• the National Commission of Higher Education and Research Bill and• the Accreditation Bill. Sooraj R
  • 8. Sources• http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2 011-10-21/india/30305853_1_higher- education-mps-education-malpractices-bill.• Readings in Human Resource Development By T. V. Rao• Human Resource Development - By Jennifer Joy-Matthews, David Megginson, Mark Surtee Sooraj R

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