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HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT-INTRODUCTION

Of all the resources of any organisation, the most valuable and important resource is quality manpower. This is the force that activates and facilitates optimal utilisation all other resources and helps the organisation achieve the best results possible in terms of its products and user services.

In this we shall understand what HRD is and why is it given a central place in modem management practice. The ways and measures of building this resource to ensure quality include strategic and operational planning. Plans so made are executed through well thought out executive mechanisms and instruments.

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