NIPM organises ‘Stuna 2019’ at CoEP

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Saturday, 2 March 2019

Kulkarni said, “When we entered the profession, things were slow. But now, what happens today may not be relevant tomorrow. Hence, it is important for HR professionals to adapt to the constantly changing and dynamic environment.”

Pune: The National Institute of Personnel Management (NIPM) had recently organised a national conference called ‘Stuna 2019’ which was held at College of Engineering, Pune (CoEP). The theme for the conference was ‘New Vistas of Opportunities - Growth Ladder for Millennials’. Over 1000 students of MBA (HR) had participated in the conference. 

‘Stuna 2019’ Chairperson Capt CM Chitale, Convenor SV Bhave and NIPM National President Vishwesh Kulkarni, NMS HR Solutions Bangalore Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and former NIPM president DR Nagraj and Vice President of NIPM, Goa Chapter, Anant Desai were present.

Kulkarni said, “When we entered the profession, things were slow. But now, what happens today may not be relevant tomorrow. Hence, it is important for HR professionals to adapt to the constantly changing and dynamic environment.”

Bhave said that the changing business dynamics, people and employee engagement are bringing a new perspective and this paradigm shift is creating new challenges to future HR managers and the society at large. 

“New business approaches will be the foundation of future businesses. Corporates would like men and women not only to work continuously but also to work as a catalyst for future business and therefore, they will be at the centre or core of future businesses,” Bhave said.

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