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Publication Type : Journal Article
Publisher : South Asian Journal of Management
Source : South Asian Journal of Management, Volume 12, Number 3, p.52-66 (2005)
Keywords : 1120:Economic policy & planning, 1220:Social trends & culture, 2320:Organizational structure, 6100:Human resource planning, 8100:Financial services industry, 9130:Experiment/theoretical treatment, 9179:Asia & the Pacific, Banks, Business And Economics–Management, economic development, Effectiveness, Human Resources, India, Organizational structure, Socioeconomic Factors, Studies
Campus : Coimbatore
School : Department of Management, School of Business
Department : Department of Management
Year : 2005
Abstract : Human Resource is considered to be very crucial in the organization's well-being. Presently organizations have started realizing that Human Resources are the most important of all assets based on the emerging values of humanization. Development is considered to be the soul of the Human Resource Management function, which reflects on the organization's effectiveness. Human Resource Development in a growing economy like India is the need of the time and undoubtedly, banking sector is the most effective instrument for India's economic development, for which developing Human Resources for this sector has become essential to achieve the national objectives. In spite of the rapid technological reformations, Human Resource remains the backbone of the organizational structure of Indian banks - which undertake the crucial responsibility of transforming its operational system into the modern one that suits to the present requirements. Since there is a dearth of studies in this area and recognizing the pivotal position of Indian banks in developing the nation's socio-economic structure, it was found necessary to empirically test the relationship or difference among the various categories of banks. This paper aims to study the extent of HRD practices in the Banking Industry pertaining to differences in Ownership and Performance.
Cite this Research Publication : G. P. R. Rani, Venkatapathy, R., and Dr. R. G. Priyaadharshini, “Performance and HRD: A Study Among Various Types of Banks”, South Asian Journal of Management, vol. 12, pp. 52-66, 2005.