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An Impact of Human Resource Development Practices on Technological Changes and Working Environment of Telecom Sector


Neetu Singh Yadav


    Faculty of Management MakhanLal Chaturvedi National University of journalism and Communication, Bhopal


Human Resource development Practices is the art of procuring, developing and maintain competent work force to achieve the goal of an organization in an effective & efficient manner. HRM plays a central role in creating organization and helping them survive. This research base study is focus on current challenges and prospects of Technological changes, working environment and its impact on HRD practices in Indian industry. This paper evaluated the relationship with the help of regression analysis.


H.R.D. Practices, Technological Changes, Working Environment, Telecom Sector

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