Human Resource Development For Industrial Workers
The book on ?Human Resource Development for Industrial Workers? unravels the condition of work and working condition of the labourers of tea industries in Assam. It focuses on the migration pattern, socio, economic, cultural profile, role of trade unions and implication of labour legislation on the tea garden labourers and the problems of the different target group in the tea estates of Barak valley. Finally the author suggests suitable HRD mechanisms for improving the quality of working life of the labourers. It is the only book of its kind on HRD for industrial workers where an effort has been made to initiate HRD as a means for strategic management in the already ailing tea industries. The book is useful for planners, managers of tea estates, researchers, educators and students interested in the field of tea industries.
B.P. Sahu (b. 1965) obtained his Engineering degree from Regional Engineering College, Kurukshetra, followed by masters in social work and Ph.D. in HRD from Kurukshetra University. He had a brief stint as Engineer in Orissa State Housing Board and Minor Irrigation in Orissa. He started his career in the Department of Social Work in Kurukshetra University. He is the founder faculty of Social Work in B.P.R. College Kurukshetra, and Assam University, Silchar. In his capacity he has served as NSS Programme Coordinator in Assam University. At present he is serving as a faculty member in the Centre for Adult & Continuing Education in North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong. His area of interest includes HRD and Social Engineering.
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