Academy of Human Resources Development, Ahmedabad is India’s premier institution specializing in human resources development for all organizational forms. Academy was founded in 1990 by National HRD Network with the active support of some of the professors of Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, including Dr. T.V.Rao, Dr. Udai Pareek, Dr. D. M. Pestonjee and a number of HRD professionals and people-management oriented corporations. It was later registered as a trust and society. It started functioning with institution building supports from Ravi Matthai Center of Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIM-A), Bank of Baroda Staff College, Ahmedabad and Ahmedabad Management Association (AMA). This objective has assumed tremendous importance in the context of competitive challenges facing industry and the opportunities that globalization has opened up.
Stimulate positive forces for humanizing systems and organizations and enable people in contributing their best to organizations and society as a whole.
Generate, acquire and continuously develop new knowledge and skills related to development and management of Human Resource through R&D.
Build a storehouse of knowledge and skills for HRD by imbibing the professional rigour of science and philosophy.
Disseminate HRD knowledge and skills among HRD professionals and practitioners and share information and experiences of mutual interest.
Strengthen the HRD movement in India.
Pioneer HRD research and applications into innovative new areas in keeping with national and social priorities.
Maintain standards of professional excellence in HRD and act as a clearing house for information related to HRD activities in India.
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