Indian Journal of Education and Information Management
Year: 2012, Volume: 1, Issue: 4, Pages: 148-151
Management studies, ponjesly college of Engineering, Parvathipuram, Nagercoil-629 003, Kanyakumari District, Tamil Nadu, India
Received Date:04 April 2012, Accepted Date:04 April 2012, Published Date:04 April 2012
As we enter into the new millennium and move to become a fully industrialized nation and to achieve the aspirations of Vision 2020, human resource development (HRD) will continue to be the most crucial ingredient to ensure its success. Thus the development of the human capacity and their capabilities to meet the challenges of the new millennium and the needs of Vision 2020 will continue to be emphasized for now and the future. Taking cognizance of the importance of human resource development, in 1994, public Administrative Improvements and had recommended the established of the human resource development. The HRD is usually established along the concept incorporated where its members are from both the public and private sectors. As we enter the new millennium of the 21st century, it is timely, etc. The government has spent billions of rupees in the provision of educational that we take stock of the environment and its impact on human resource development from various perspectives such as economic, social, political, financial, legal, technological, demographic facilities and services to the society. It has also invested heavily in providing various types of training and development programmers’ for public sector employees in order to upgrade their knowledge and skill, and to bring a change to the work culture and attitude. Likewise, the private sector organizations and training institutes have been playing supportive and symbiotic role to supplements the efforts of the government. The HRD aims to bring together policy makers and human resource practitioners from the government sector and the private sector, to discuss the current situation and the future challenges of human resource development, and to chart a course of action for the new millennium.
Keywords: Human resource development; HRD challenges; Human resource management; HRD in millennium.
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