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Need for HRD Interventions in Higher Education System - An Empirical Study

Indian Journal of Industrial Relations

Volume 54 Issue 2

Published: 2018
Author(s) Name: F. A. Gurkoo and S. A. Mufeed | Author(s) Affiliation: Deputy Registrar, University of Kashmir, Jammu & Kashmir.
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Being run by the aid of the state most of the Indian universities’ work culture seems to suffer from the government sector syndrome, their systems of working do not allow them to keep pace with the changing global scenario and respond positively to the changes that happen within and outside. These institutions need to review their HRD policy in regard to the development of their academic and non-academic staff. The mechanisms that are usually tapped to develop the human resources of an institution make a significant contribution to its working efficiency. This paper attempts to make an assessment of the prevailing status of the HRD mechanisms in a sample of universities.

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