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Let’s go back, where it all began

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Another year commences, another race, another look at all our plans, another cycle has just begun.

Let’s see what 2013 has in store for the world of human resources. It turns out, the same it did for 2012, 2011 and all the years before. It’s evident that Christmas stockings put up near the mantle of the house of HR is going to contain the same presents with a different wrapper. Every year the HR pros’ gather around and contemplate and churn up complex models combating a plethora of problems. We take into account countless variables and synthesize formulas as an attempt in vain to bring about equilibrium. The more we rattle our heads in combating higher order problems the more we drift away form the core values HR was initially built upon.


Empowering Skills: Developing the Indian Youth

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jan 2-1Skill is the ability and capacity acquired through systematic effort for smoothly carrying out complex activities in an organized environment for overall profit. Strong technical skills help to understand the technological complexities which enhance efficiency in work and helps in saving money as well as time. Moreover, it takes less time for correcting the mistakes of people with organizational skills and helps in reducing frustration and stress during work which is very important for managing businesses. With the help of skills it becomes easier to win trust of the client and associate with them more prominently from the organization’s point of view.



Skills required for achieving career goals

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Blog Jan 2

Skill is an ability to accomplish complex activities by incorporating knowledge based ideas. The skillset possessed by an employee is an essential prerequisite before grasping a responsible position in an organization. However, the skills necessary for success are often not included in academic curriculums but are required to be nurtured through individual practical implementations.



Need to Bridge the Skill Gaps in India

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Skill gap can be defined as, lack of employee skills for a particular job. If an organization, a society and a nation has to prosper they should have a good number of skilled people. However, any nation would undergo through a big trouble due to these increasing skill gaps if this concern is not addressed. The major reason for this is the lack of essential educational training which should be fueled by practical aspects of the rapidly industrializing global culture. Moreover, India is a nation that is rapidly growing as an economic power and to meet its future ambitions it is a high priority to concentrate more on skill development.


Accessibility of skill development programs is a major challenge

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India_Skill1Skill development is the process of developing skills of the employees according to the current industrial requirements through different organized programs. As a nation India’s economic transformation is accelerating in the existing competitive global market scenario. Additionally, skill development provides better opportunities for enhancing the scopes for employment and increasing organizational productivity. Moreover, with the increasing population of India, skill development has become a necessity for making the young generation capable of handling multiple responsibilities during the massive inflow of industrial investments.

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