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A Study of the Impact of HRD Practices and Measures to Resolve Pertinent Challenging Issues of HRD in Commercial Banks in India


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Agrawal, Vinitaa H. (2005) A Study of the Impact of HRD Practices and Measures to Resolve Pertinent Challenging Issues of HRD in Commercial Banks in India. PhD thesis, Saurashtra University.

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Abstract

A well groomed, updated and awarded employee is an organization is just like a close circuit hidden camera. This sentence speaks a lot about the importance of human resource development and its increasing popularity and widely practised character in industrial and business world. Indian commercial banking scenario is not an exception to this. Many challenging issues are being experienced in the process of HRD. Prominent among them are to include: (i) whether the expenses incurred on HRD practices and measures are to be treated as revenue expenditure or capital expenditure; (ii) how to retain the human resources once they are developed in the organization, and (iii) how to overcome the resistance shown by the employees for undergoing HRD process. Against these challenges, there is a belief among bank employees that they extend full co-operation to the HRD efforts and are ready to accept the change. Therefore, a research work entitled "ASTUDY OF THE IMPACT OF HRD PRACTICES AND MEASURES TO RESOLVE PERTINENT CHALLENGING ISSUES OF HRD IN COMMERCIAL BANKS IN INDIA" has been undertaken to know the perceptions of the bank employees in this field.

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Item Type Thesis (PhD)
Item ID 201
Creators Agrawal, Vinitaa H.
Guide Parmar, Sahilesh J.
Keywords Impact, HRD Practices, Measures, Pertinent
Dewey Decimal Subjects 300 Social sciences > 380 Commerce, communications & transportation > 381 Commerce
Library of Congress Subjects H Social Sciences > HF Commerce
Department Faculties > Commerce > Department of Commerce
Affiliation with Saurashtra University
Qualification Level Doctoral
Language English
Number of Pages 255
Date September 2005
Unique ID Not Available
Registration No Not Available
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Date Deposited 14 Mar 2012 06:31
Last Modified 14 Mar 2012 06:31
URI: http://etheses.saurashtrauniversity.edu/id/eprint/201

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