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Meet on human resources at Mangalore

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Mangalore, March 15

A two-day national seminar on `Human resource development: New paradigms and directions' will be held at the Mangalore University from March 17. The seminar is being jointly organised by the Department of Studies in Commerce, Mangalore University; Association of Mangalagangothri Commerce Alumni; and the Mangalore University Commerce Teachers' Association.

Addressing presspersons here, Dr P.S. Yadapadithaya, Chairman, Department of Studies in Commerce, Mangalore University, said that Mr Ranjan Acharya, Senior Vice-President, Corporate Human Resource Development, Wipro Ltd, Bangalore, would deliver the keynote address at the seminar on March 17Nearly 400 delegates are expected to participate, he added.

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