Human Resource Management and Public Services provides a comprehensive and topical analysis of the current realities of management in Educational sector and regration of themes in by sound analysis of the principal of Human Resource Management and their applicability to Public sector in general and Educational sector in particular. In the light of the findings, a number of suggestions have been considered. The study concludes with the recognition that the style and the quality of HRM in Public Service in India leaves much to be desired and has an adverse affect on organisational effectiveness. As the book provides a timely and useful analysis it will benefit students of Public Administration, Public Sector Management, Teacher Activists, Policy makers and administrators alike in Public Services and Education.
Santrup Misra had brilliant academic he passed M.A. in Political Science from Utkal University in first class first, winning the University Medal. In 1984, he joined the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), Bombay for a second Post Graduation in Personnel Management and Industrial Relations and topped his batch in 1986. After a brief stint as the Industrial Relations Officer with Straw Products Ltd., he joined TISS as a Lecturer in the Department of Personnel Management and Industrial Relation where currently heholds the position of a Reader. He was awarded Ph.D. degree from the Utkal University in 1990. He was elected as Vice President of World University Service (WUS) India in 1989. Dr. Misra is now on a Commonwealth scholarship doing research on Employee Participation at the Aston Business School in U.K.
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