Human resource development , Other Management

HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT  OBJECTIVES


Human resources constitute the most important of all resources of any organization. Attention to managing and modulating this resource would greatly improve the quality of the products and services of the organisation.

• appreciate and grasp the value and pertinancy of one of the important management techniques - Human Resources Development (HRD); • explain strategic and operational planning . for HRD;

• describe HRD mechanism. and instruments;

• perceive the advantages of applying HRD principles to Indian libraries and
information centres.

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