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HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Subject Code

11IP651

Credits

3 hrs. (Theory)

Total

: 03
Hours/Week
Hours : 42
C.E.E. : 50 Marks
Duration

S.E.E. : 50 Marks

S.E.E : 03 Hrs.

Course Description:
This course examines basic Human Resource Management principles; methods of selecting,
evaluating, motivating and training personnel. It also addresses labour management
relations, principles, and remuneration.
Course Objectives:
- to provide an understanding of Human Resource Management, its development, purpose
and organization;
- to provide understanding of the frameworks within which an organization operates, and
how it affects the management of people.
- to distinguish the how organizations establish reward, motivational and developmental
schemes.
Learning Outcomes:
- Understand Human Resource Management, its development, purpose and organization.
-Understand the Operational and strategic purpose and approaches to the management of
HRM
-Understand and can evaluate the different types of employment contracts and ways of
measuring and monitoring peoples performance.
-Critical Thinking: Students will be able to understand, analyze, test and evaluate
arguments and evidences.
-Effective Communication Skills and Interpersonal Skills: Students will develop effective
teamwork, ethical consciousness, conflict resolution, and workplace skills.
PART A
Introduction: Overview, objectives, Functions, Skills required. H.R. Policies, Human
resources planning (HRP), Process of HRP.
Relationship of Job Requirements and HRM
functions, Job Analysis, Job Description, Job Specification, Job Design
04hrs

Recruitment: Sources and techniques of recruitment (internal, external) assessment of


recruitment program.
02hrs
Selection, Placement and Induction: Meaning, Selection procedure: Application form,,
concept of testing: Types, Graphology, Interviews: Types, Procedure, Guidelines, Placement
and induction process.
06Hrs
Motivation- Human factors in managing, Motivation and Motivators (Financial and
Nonfinanacial), The hierarchy of needs theory, Theory X and Theory Y, The MotivationHygiene theory,
03hrs
Leadership- Defining leadership, Ingredients of leadership, Leadership behavior and styles,
02Hrs
Communication-Communication function,Communication process, Communication in
enterprise, Barriers and break-downs in communication, Effective communication. Electronic
media in communication.
04Hrs
PART B
Training : Need for training, training methods, training by supervisors, Evaluating,
benchmarking HR training.
03Hrs
Performance Appraisal: Meaning, need, purpose content, legalities of performance
appraisal. Methods of performance appraisal- Traditional: graphic rating scales, ranking,
paired comparison, forced distribution, checklist, critical incidence, essay or free form, group
confidential reports. Modern- Behaviorally Anchored Rating Scales (BARS) and related
Modern Scales, Assessment Center, Problems of performance Appraisal,
06Hrs
International HRM : Managing across borders, International staffing, Skills of a global
manager, content of training program, Non-verbal communications, developing local
resources, compensation of host-country employees
06Hrs
Career development and Appraisal : identifying career opportunity and requirements,
carrier development programs, gauging employee potential, Mentoring, career development
for women and minorities, dual career couples, personal career development
06Hrs
TEXT BOOKS:
1
P.Subba Rao, Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations. Himalaya
Publishing House.

2
3

Human Resource Management by K.Aswathappa.


C.B.Memoria, Personnel Management Himalaya Publishing House.