HRD


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AcronymDefinition
HRDHuman Resource Development
HRDHuman Resources Department
HRDHurricane Research Division
HRDhypothetical reference decoder (digital TV)
HRDHwa Rang Do (martial arts)
HRDHuman Rights Defender
HRDHoge Raad Voor Diamant (Diamond High Council, Belgium)
HRDHuman Resources Directorate
HRDHuman Resource Division
HRDHertzsprung-Russell Diagram (astronomy)
HRDHigh Rate Data
HRDHannaford Bros. Co.
HRDHypoparathyroidism-Retardation-Dysmorphism Syndrome
HRDHonda Racing Development Ltd (UK)
HRDHigh Resolution Display
HRDHuman Rights Desk (Pakistan)
HRDHealth and Retirement Study
HRDHome Retention Division (finance industry)
HRDHigh Rate Demultiplexer
HRDHardware Requirements Document
HRDHigh-Rate Decorrelator
HRDHigh-Rate Dischargeability
HRDHardware Release Document (Ciena)
HRDHarm Reduction Development Program
HRDHawaii Renewable Development
HRDHigh Rate Pregnancy
HRDHorizontal Refractivity Depiction
HRDHeat-Related Death (mortality)
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Kwak Sung-Kyu, the Ambassador in his address appreciated the cooperation between the Ministry of OP and HRD and Ministry of Employment and Labour, Korea for employment of skilled and dedicated labour from Pakistan.
New Delhi: The HRD Ministry has identified around 80,000 "ghost" teachers in various colleges and universities across the country after the introduction of Aadhaar.
However, "a comparative analysis of the earlier study leads to the conclusion that overall HRD climate in India has improved marginally over a period of time and that the organizations in manufacturing sector could provide better HRD climate than service sector organizations" (Srimannarayana, 2008, p.
In India, the Integrated HRD systems approach of Pareek and Rao (1975) has the following elements: (i) a separate and differentiated HRD department with full time HRD staff.
Today's top HR teams are showing their dedication and willingness to innovate, and in a way that is gaining them management respect," said Iain Hopkins, editor of HRD.
Thus, this book represents a truly comprehensive compendium of HRD issues, activities, and practices in modern organizations.
Earlier, Opposition members, including TMC's Sugata Bose and Saugata Roy and Congress MPs Shashi Tharoor and Sushmita Dev questioned the Centre's move to slash the budget of various schemes under the HRD ministry and also alleged that the government was interfering with the functioning of premier institutions like the IITs.
The firms also unveiled new findings showing that Myriad's myChoice HRD score is predictive of niraparib sensitivity in patient-derived xenograft models of ovarian cancer.
As a strategic organizational priority it is important that HRD is assessed and, where necessary, improved and that this be a continuing cyclical activity.
Union Government's HRD (Human Resource Development) department is reportedly planning to end ties with the tablet manufacturer for repeated delays in the supply of Aakash-2 tablet PCs.
Further to the positive results noticed following the European Commission's audit mission held from January 29 to February 1, 2013, EU representatives have agreed to unlock SOP HRD and resume payments to Romania.
The text aims to bridge theory and practice and discuss the meaning of training, education, development, and learning, and the nature of HRD and international HRD; the strategic organizational context; the process of learning from different perspectives; change management, organization development, and knowledge management; national systems of education; vocational education and training in various countries and through the European Training Foundation and a United Nations Development Programme; the training cycle and its components, including coaching and mentoring, assessing and evaluating the intervention, and working in multicultural and multilingual environments; and leadership and management and their application to the HRD function.