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New Interactive Web portal for spreading HR knowledge launched

New Delhi, March 19: National HRD Network (NHRDN), the apex body of HR professionals in India launched its web2.0 portals ( The new NHRDN's portal will help today's HRprofessional by leveraging the power of web2.0 & digital media and provide them with more and more opportunities for learning, knowledge sharing and professional networking.

The New portal, launched by Dr. Bhalchandra Mungekar, Member Planning Commission - Government of India in the capital on Wednesday, will bridge the gap between professionals from across the country and maximize their opportunities to learn, share knowledge and network with less time and money.

The new NHRDN portal is based on the Web 2.0 technology. Its most unique feature is developing User Generated Content (UGC). The portal has some unique and interesting features like Thought Leadership blog - a blog of a selected few HR Heads of India and Leader's Speak - a series of webinars that will connect the professionals from across the country with the few senior most HR leaders from the industry and academia.

"The new NHRDN's web2.0 portal is an important step towards building a cohesive and interactive platform for Indian professionals to satisfy their learning and networking needs. Not only this will help in promoting human resource development in the country but will also provide an online gateway for knowledge dissemination for the Indian professionals." said Dr. Bhalchandra Mungekar, at the launch ceremony attended by a large number of HR professionals.

"In today's context every organization needs to become more and more competitive in order to sustain. We need to constantly keep innovating. The NHRDN's web2.0 portal clearly displays the focus of NHRDN towards creating innovative tools for promoting human resource development" said Mr. B Santhanam, Chairman, Saint Gobain Glass and Chairman, CII National Committee on HR, IR & Skills 

The Launch of the web portal was followed by a panel discussion on the theme "HR Compass"-A Professional framework of key HR competencies. "HR has come of age in this country and there is a huge requirement from CEOs and Business Leaders to look towards the HR professionals for effective implementation of their plans and programs for realizing competitive advantage through people strategies." said Mr. Aquil Busrai, Executive Director - HR, IBM India and National President, National HRD Network. 

To experience NHRDN's web2.0 portal please visit

About National HRD Network:

The National HRD Network is an association of professionals committed to promoting the HRD movement in the country and enhancing the capability of human resource professionals in order to enable them make an impactful contribution to enhancing competitiveness and creating value for society. Towards this end, National HRD Network is committed to the development of human resources through education, training, research and experience sharing. NHRDN functions through its chapters all over the country. Currently, there are about 30 chapters, which together have over 8,000 members.

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