National HR Summit Concludes

A two-day National HR Summit 2008, organized by the Asia-Pacific Institute of Management (AIM), which largely discussed the important issues being faced by the contemporary business world, concluded in New Delhi on Monday.

More than 100 experts in the Human Resource field which include HR Managers, Professionals, Corporate Practitioners, Research Scholars, Academicians and Management Graduates, participated in the mega event to discuss matters relating to contemporary practices, challenges and opportunities for the sector through debates and presentation of papers.

Inaugurating the Summit, Col. S.P. Wahi (Retd.) said that ‘’In the existing environment, for greater competitive advantages as also to overcome hurdles of severe competition, planned attempts could be made to improve and develop the quality of human resource and set up strong linkage between strategic business needs and strategic human resource management practices.’’

In his keynote address, Dr. C.S. Venkata Ratnam said ‘’The contemporary business world, especially since the last quarter of twentieth century, has witnessed a dramatic change and shift in respect of form and size of enterprises, management strategy and policy, organizational structure, decision making process, information system, employer employee relations, work style and work place conditions.’’

Dr. S.R. Mohnot delivered the valedictory at the conclusion of the Summit.

The Summit mainly focused on HR Trends towards Development and Growth, Linking HR Investment to Business Results, HR Challenges in Indian and Global Context, Utilizing the HR through Sustainable Development.

Asia-Pacific Institute of Management [AIM] was established under the aegis of All India Asian Education Foundation with the primary goal to offer the world’s best business leadership education and to have a faculty of thought leaders that can give AIM students transformational academic experience. AIM is also a member of Association for Management Development Institutions in South Asia besides FICCI, ASSOCHAM and PHDCCI. AIM is ranked as an A+ Category Business School and rated as the Best in “Program Delivery” among the super league of Top 20 Business Schools in India.

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