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Recently I had the good fortune to attend an event where the internationally eminent philosopher and spiritual guide, Swami Parthasarathy shared his thoughts on the role of education in shaping the mind-body-intellect. I will like to use this platform to share with you my humble takeaways from this session. In the present era, we are witnessing the fall of the human intellect. The lineage in regards to history of human development commenced from age of perception to age of observation, then, from age of scientific inquiry to age of contemplation and finally to the present era. An individual comprises of the mind-body-intellect. We, as human-beings, have the ability to rebuild the intellect. In the present age, humanity has ceased to think, reason and judge. While educational institutions solely provide intelligence from outside source, the human intellect remains emaciated. This is because human intellect

Author: Dr. Debaprasad Chattopadhyay, Faculty, HR School of Excellence, Globsyn Business School   Abstract: Personnel Management was rechristened as Human Resource Management (HRM). It was in 1969 that Prof. Leonard Nadler of University of Washington, D.C., in the annual conference of American Society for Training & Development held at Miami, USA, articulated the acronym, Human Resource Development (HRD). It was precisely five years down the line, namely, in 1974, that Human Resource Development was first implemented in India at Larsen & Toubro, thanks to the initiative and pioneering work undertaken by the Late Dr. (Prof.) Udai Pareekh and Dr. (Prof.) T.V. Rao, both then of Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad. Since then, the fields of HRM and HRD have progressed further transcending into values, ethics, spirituality and work-life integration. The purpose of this paper is to delve into some of the modern practices

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