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Human Resource Planning: Importance and Process

Human resource planning (HRP)  helps the management to anticipate shortages or surpluses of human resources in future and correct these imbalances before they become unmanageable and expensive. Through the HRP tool, management strives to have the right number and the r…

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Strategic role of Human Resource Management

The role of human resource management evolved in the last two decades. In the current context, HR managers are focussing on recruiting and managing the workforce in order to meet the strategic goals of the organisation. It has a key role in fulfilling the visions and …

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Job Analysis: Benefits, Process, Components, Methods

Job analysis is a formal and detailed examination of jobs to understand the tasks that need to be done and the skills required to do these tasks under this job. It is significant HR activity. Job analysis provides the analyst with basic data related to specific jobs i…

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Workforce Diversity: Features and Dimensions

Workforce diversity is the difference between the members of the organisations. It is the characteristic that makes one employee different from other employees. Management of these diversities includes the creation of such organisational climate which encompasses this…

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Organisational Climate: Factors Affecting, Levels and Dimensions

Organisational climate is also referred as an environmental determinant of human behaviour. It is the atmosphere, feeling or sense experienced by employees on daily or general basis in their organisation. Culture gives rise to organisational climate. Organisational cli…

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Types of Organisation Culture

Clan Culture: Here, the working atmosphere is amiable. There are commonalities among the people and the entire organisation is equivalent to a large family. The leaders seem like fatherly figures while loyalty and tradition hold the organisation together. The sense of …

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Ministry of Culture (India)

The Ministry of Culture is the Indian government ministry charged with preservation and promotion of art and culture in India. Lalit Kala Akademi Lalit Kala Akademi was established at New Delhi in 1954 to promote and propagate undertakings of Indian Art within an…

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Aircraft Industry in India

The first aircraft in India was set up at Bangalore in 1940 under the name of Hindustan Aircraft Ltd it was a private company and was taken over by the government in 1942. Later on, it was merged into Aeronautics India Limited in 1964 to form Hindustan Aeronautics L…

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Shipping Industry in India

The first ship building factory in India was established at Visakhapatnam in 1941. It was later, adopted by the Indian Government in 1952 and named as ' Hindustan Shipyard Limited '. The major ship building centers in India are located at Kolkata, Goa, Mumba…

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Religion, Script of Harappans and Decline of Harappan Civilization

Religion of Harappans Pashupati seal has been found from Mohenjodaro in which a Yogi figure has been depicted. The Yogi on the seal is surrounded by buffalo, tiger, elephant, rhinoceros and deer. hence, the Yogi is said to be proto-Shiva. Signs of phallic worship…

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Six Components of Bharat Nirman Programme

Bharat Nirman Programme is four year business plan to develop rural infrastructure. Government of India launched a time bound plan under Bharat Nirman in 2005 for implementation during four year period of 2005-2009. The six components included in Bharat Nirman prog…

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Female Reproductive System

Female reproductive system consists of the two ovaries, two oviducts (fallopian tubes), the uterus, cervix, a vagina, accessory genital glands, mammary glands, etc. In females, paired ovaries are located in the abdominal cavity near the kidney. The ovaries perform …

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Railway Engineering Industries and Institutes in India

Indian Railway is fully independent in the matter of building all its equipment. The industry is based on railway equipment was established as Peninsular Locomotive company at Singhbhum district of Jharkhand in 1921. Later, it was named as "Tata Engineering and L…

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The Peninsular Plateau of India

The Peninsular Plateau is a part of the ancient Gondwanaland and is in triangular shape. This plateau average height is between 600 to 900 m. It extends from alluvial plains of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar towards south and encompasses whole of the peninsula. Importan…

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Coastal Plains of India

To the east and west of the peninsular plateau , two narrow strips of plain lands are found , which are respectively called Eastern Coastal Plain and Western Coastal Plain. Eastern Coastal and Western Coastal Plain are formed by the erosional and depositional & …

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