Introduction/ Background

The human factor has now been recognized  as one of the key elements for the organisational success. The growing importance of the human factor and of human resource management (HRM) due to its pervasive nature have tended to change the role of today’s managers-line and specialist, in terms of handling human resource issues. In this context, NASC has been regularly organising a series of HRM related training programs for the officials working in public organizations. This training program has been designed to enhance the knowledge and capabilities in key human resource management issues necessary for the class II officers of the Government of Nepal.


The main aim of this program is to help participants in improving their knowledge, understandings and skills relating to the management of human resources in government organisations.


Upon completion of this training program, participants will be able to:

  • Explain the dimensions and recent trends in human resource  management;
  • Explain the importance and steps of human resource planning;
  • Identify system and practices of performance management;
  • Analyse contemporary issues of HR; and
  • Demonstrate basic HR skills at work.


The Course has been structured into fine  Modules for Classroom sessions containing altogether 47 Sessions of 1hour 40 minutes for each.  Besides, the course covers the following important approaches of learning: like Case Study, Home Assignment, Organization Visit, and Field Study

Module I : Human Resource Management (HRM) and Development (HRD)

  • Understanding Human Resource Management
  • Strategic Human Resource Management
  • HR policies and practices in Nepal
  • Human Resource Development
  • Socialization Process of Employees
  • Human Resource Information System

Module II:Human Resource Planning (HRP)

  • Understanding Human Resource Planning
  • Implementation Strategy of HR Planning
  • HR Planning Practices In Nepal
  • Succession Planning
  • Career Planning

Module III: Performance Management and Effectiveness

  • Understanding Performance Management
  • Job Analysis
  • Job Design
  • Performance Goal Setting
  • Performance Monitoring and Feedback
  • Performance Improvement Plan
  • Performance Appraisal
  • Staff Development
  • Coaching and Mentoring Skills
  • Counseling Skills
  • Motivation Skills
  • Grievance Handling Skills

Module IV: Contemporary HR issues

  • Organization Citizenship Behavior
  • Quality of Work Life
  • Knowledge Management
  • Diversity Management
  • Performance Based Incentive System
  • Staff Productivity and Quality Management
  • Balancing Work and Family Demands
  • Late Career Management

Eligibility (Qualification) : Class II Officers of GoN

Total Number of Prticipants : 25