KATHMANDU, March 16: Growth Sellers is organizing the 10th edition of ‘HR Meet 2017’ with the theme ‘HR for all, all for HR’ in Kathmandu on March 29 and 30.
Organizing a press meet in Kathmandu on Wednesday, the organizers said that the main aim of the meet is to nurture, empower and strengthen the human capital.
Growth Seller has been organizing the meet since 2008.
According to the organizers, the event helps the participants to know more about the value of human resources in the organization and expand their knowledge about global trends and practices under a same roof. Mohan Ojha, managing director of Growth Sellers, said that there are very few organizations in Nepal which know the real value of human resource.
“Human resource is the backbone of every organization. The proper utilization of human resources in the organization can bring huge profit and capital. In Nepal, very few organizations have well managed and systematic human resource system. Nepal government should seriously change the education system to teach the management students about their responsibility towards the organization,” he said, adding that the country needs to train and develop skilled manpower for the development of the country.
The two-day event will have two sessions -- The Power of 360 Degree Feedback and ‘Reflection: Emerging Role and Response of HR over Decades. TV Rao, chairman of TVRLS, and ISF Raj, faculty of Xavier Labor Relations Institute from India, are the key speakers for the sessions, according to the organizers.
“The main highlights of the event are panel discussion of CEOs and HR experts, parallel sessions, panel interview, individual sessions on leadership, capacity building and talent management, amongst others. The event will have 250 participants from corporate, banking, manufacturing, IT, corporations, institutions, NGO/INGOs and other sectors across the country,” Ojha said, adding that the event gives a great platform for professionals to create network.
Likewise, Anil Kedia, chairman of DAV College of Management, said that the meet will help the management students to know the value of HR in the organization and also enhance their ability to become more responsible toward the organization they have been working with.
Meanwhile, the organizers are providing Rs 25,000 to Society of Economic Journalists Nepal (SEJON) for the development of its members.