Human Resource Development Photo Album

N G Nair IndiaMy experiments with Job satisfaction and personality development. Job satisfaction is in regard to one's feelings or state-of-mind regarding the nature of their work. Job satisfaction can be influenced by a variety of factors, eg, the quality of one's relationship with their supervisor, the quality of the physical environment in which they work, degree of fulfillment in their work, etc. Attitudes and Job Satisfaction. Training Programme on Motivation, Time Management, Business English.
Human Resource Development Photo album, Training Centre, Malanjkhand Copper Project, Hindustan Copper limited.    
"happy person is not a person in a certain set of circumstances, but rather a person with a certain set of attitudes."  View the profile of  Mining engineer

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Development of Human Resources shall be given highest priority by the Government. The objective of the Government shall be to adopt strategies to enable its residents to take full advantage of tremendous employment and self-employment opportunities that will be unleashed through the implementation of various economic development policies. Efforts will therefore be made to reorient technical education being imparted in the state with the twin objectives of meeting the requirements of enterprises from local resources and to improve the skill sets of trained manpower to improve their earning capacity.
Mines Vocational Training Centre (MVTR - 1966) Malanjkhand Copper Project, Hindustan Copper Limited
When children are born, they are like blank slates on which their parents' help to script the beginnings of the stories of their lives. Every child grows up and ultimately charts his own destiny, but his parents lay the foundation. Human Resource Development  & Managerial Skill. Effective Supervision and Attitude BuildingHuman Resource Development & Managerial SkillAttitudes and Job Satisfaction,

Development of human resource is crucial for the industrial development of any nation. Upgradation of skills is an important component of HRD. Training imparted in Institutions alone is not sufficient for acquisition of skills and needs to be supplemented by training in the actual work place. Apprentices Act, 1961.


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