Human Resources

Human Resource Management is a strategic and coherent approach to the management of an organization's most valued assets which are the people working there who individually and collectively contribute to the achievement of the objectives of the business and with the growing importance of human capital as a success factor for today’s organizations the role of HR has become more critical for corporate India as it offers a way to vault into the global league.

For human resource to be viciously productive, innovative and delivering on the challenges, it would need to be given prime focus for its nourishment, emergence and amelioration.

The future turf is harder as issues affecting HRD such as corporate governance, gender equity, redundancy of human labour, measures of contribution and accountability of HRD may become more significant and need innovative objectives and applications in research and executive contrivance.

Indias core strength lies in its demographics with total population of about 1,2 Billion people and about 50% of its population is under the age of 25 years and the world had recognised our country as an emerging economy with a global hub of talented pool of human resources and India produces about 2,7 million university students who graduate every year and this human capital is driving India’s industrialization and quick dispersal of knowledge across the globe.

India’s labour force is the world's second largest, with 516 million people. Agriculture is the predominant occupation in India, accounting for about 60% of employment mainly in the rural areas. The service sector makes up a further 28%, and industrial sector around 12%.

Economic liberalization has created a hyper competitive environment and India should focus especially on the bottom of the pyramid as a source of innovation for the world and India can emerge as a world leader in industry and commerce accounting for 10% of the global trade by 2022 and it can become the world's largest pool of trained manpower and a source of global innovation.

The University of Cologne has huge potential for qualified Human Resources as about 80000 students are accredited and the corporate sector can use these resources for their deligence and applications.

We can also arrange to provide support about the complex counselling questions and arrange staying & working permits for the employees of Indian companies in the Cologne region within a period of one month after all relevant documents are completed.