The students of II MSW (HR) participated in the Management Development Programme (MDP) on “HR Analytics: A future of HR” - on 31st May 2022 (Tuesday) along with the Faculty Co ordinator Dr. Sebastin KV and Asst. Professor Ms. Jinsa Joseph, at St Joseph Engineering College, Mangaluru. The MDP was organised in association with National Institute of Personnel Management (NIPM), Mangalore Chapter. The delegates included HR Professionals, Line Managers, Data Analysts, Entrepreneurs and Academicians.

The programme began by invoking God’s blessings and thereafter eminent guests addressed the gathering highlighting the significance of learning and using the HR Analytics for better decision making and planning the strategies for the Human Resource Management.



Dr. Manamohan R (CEO-Kronax Engineering & Pressure Vessels LLP,Bengaluru) was the resource person. He stressed on the need to equip the skill to be HR Analytic in the organisations. He shared that HR analytics aim to provide insight into how best to manage employees and reach business goals. Because so much data is available, it is important for HR teams to first identify which data is most relevant, along with how to use it for maximum return on investment (ROI). Dr.Manamohan pointed out that many organizations are starting to realize that the HR analyst role is crucial to running the most important part of the business — its people. As one of the most vital positions in the human resources world, HR analysts are given the duty of ensuring that all employees and managers are informed for data-driven decisions. They’re responsible for researching and presenting data, developing reports and metrics, conducting meetings to address staffing issues, writing detailed presentations for management, troubleshooting data, assisting in the implementation of HR programs, coaching new team members, designing continuous improvement initiatives, and ensuring compliance and adherence to policies and guidelines. HR analysts can also work with HR directors to design an efficient department budget by ensuring job responsibilities are assigned to appropriate employees through performance evaluation. The session included a theory as well as a basic practicum on “Orange Data Mining”. The day ended with vote of thanks and sharing of feedback. An e certificate was awarded to the participants.



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