The Indian Journal of Industrial Relations is an official publication of Shri Ram cantre for IR & HR, launched in year 1964. The journal has been published uninterruptedly since then. It is subscribed by prominent research organisations and important universities in various countries in South East Asia, the West and the American Continent.
The Indian Journal of Industrial Relations: A Review of Economic & Social Development is devoted to dissemination of knowledge for effective management of human resources and harmonious industrial relations. A quarterly in English, the Journal enjoys high academic reputation in India and elsewhere and iswidelysubscribed by government institutions, universities and private sector organizations. A refereed journal covering such areas as industrial relations and human resources including labor relations, personnel management and related social and economic issues, its readership consists of academic scholars, policy makers, practicing managers and student community.
- In to its 44th year of uninterrupted publication and up to date.
- Publishes research based articles, communications from policy makers, social scientists, economic thinkers, managers and union leaders
- Reviews of latest titles on areas of specialization from India and elsewhere
- Quarterly Index of Articles from worldwide prominent academic journals
- Ongoing special issue program on themes of contemporary significance with eminent persons as Guest Editors
- Recognized for credits (promotions, publications) by a large number of universities around the world
About Shri Ram centre for IR & HR
Established in 1963 Shri Ram Centre for Industrial Relations & Human Resources (SRC) is a society under the Society’s Registration Act 1860. A non-profit institution devoted to scientific research and dissemination of the results for public good, SRC is recognized by the Government of India as a Scientific & Industrial Research Organization. It is also registered with the Ministry of Home Affairs under Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, 1976.
The Centre's efforts through research, training, seminars and publications in the last four and a half decades have generously helped bridge the gap between social scientists and practicing managers/ policy makers. It has completed over 200 research projects, organized over 3000 seminars/ workshops/conferences/training programs and published more than 75 titles based on its own research studies. These projects/programs were sponsored by various ministries of the Government of India, public and private sector organizations and international bodies like the ILO, World Bank, Ford Foundation, UNDP, FES (Germany) and IDRC (Canada).
With the objective of preparing young men and women to accept managerial challenges in organizations, SRC set up in 2003 Shri Ram Institute of Management (SRIM) which offers a quality Post Graduate Program in management (PGPM) and also acts as a study centre of a University. SRIM has arrangements whereby its students can study some of the specialized papers offered by IIT Delhi. They get a certificate upon successful completion of the papers. It also has collaboration with the University of Central Lancashire, UK in which SRIM students can study one semester in the university as part of the two year programme.