Sunday, July 25, 2004

No Labouring Over This Pact

From the pages of The Hindu Business Line dated July 25, 2001

A Special Feature on XLRI's Technology Leadership. 
This piece marks the launch of a new column that will take readers down memory lane. 
IT was set up 51 years ago to shape professionals who would manage institutions serving organised industry, labour, education, healthcare, rural development and those that serve the public. The mission statement was laudable: to help create a more prosperous, just and humane society.
Today, while the Jamshedpur-based Xavier Labour Relations Institute (XLRI) still stands by the objective of its founding fathers, it has taken to information technology to facilitate the process. What was earlier perceived to be an institute specialising in studies veering round labour management and its welfare, today XLRI is an example of an institute that seeks to go modern without losing touch with ground realities.
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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Sometimes, these gambles pay off, but there are occasions when they fail miserably,