Changing role of HR vis-à-vis Make in India Initiative
Shweta Choudhary, Gauri Farah
The progress of any economy is considered by its employment growth. India has well educated youths and cheapest manpower as compared to the western countries. There are many revolutionary amendments in the labour laws and this has given a boost to the new start ups as well as the existing one in India. Make in India was launched by the Government of India in 2014 to encourage companies to manufacture their products in India. The main objective of Make in India is of job creation & skill enhancement in 25 sectors of the economy by improving the quality standards and minimising the impact on the environment and also to attract capital & technological investment in India. Thus to make this initiative a success, the most important resource i.e. the human resource should be efficient and effective and here comes the role of HR managers. The aim of this research paper is to study and evaluate changing role of HR can drive the Make in India initiative. The research is basically of descriptive type and data collection is done through secondary sources like government and different websites, journals for reviewing the literature for understanding how the role of HR is changing all around the world and the data is also collected through various books specially book written by Dave Ulrich the management Guru who has coined the term HR as a Business Partner.