HR Club Meeting

HR Club meeting was held at National Banking Institute, Narayanchour on August 27, 2015. Altogether 24 participants attended the meeting run for 2 hours. This time the club saw some new faces of HR personnel from Insurance companies.

The meeting discussed on the following agendas.

ICICI Bank On the job training experience sharing: Ms. KarunaTuladhar, Executive Program shared her experience learned from the training. She explained ICICI bank culture, their service standard, ICICI bank DNA amongst others.  She has had an opportunity to learn the transformation process ICICI bank was undergoing to reach to this stage. During her assignment, she was placed in the Learning and development (L & D) of the bank for a week allowing her to have good opportunity to learn how this department functions which is very relevant to the entire banking industry. 

She emphasised that the success of ICICI Bank is mainly attributed to effective Human Capital Management and leveraging on Technology platform.

Provision of BFI's staff recruitment/outsourcing as set by the recent Unified Directive 2072: The floor was open to everyone to share their view on this topic. Some participants shared their experience and the current practice they have in their banks. The discussion on this agenda concluded with a suggestion to put up such issues on our forthcoming Unified Directive workshop scheduled to be held on 4th Sep, 2015.

HR Workshop : NBI has been regularly organizing HR workshop every year. This is a residential workshop which is open for HR people from different organizations. HR related issues including paper presentations are made in the workshop. This workshop is due now and discussion on the modality of the workshop was one of the major agendas. Some of the topics of discussion for the workshop as advised include: 'Competency Mapping', 'HR role in Merger', 'Succession Planning', 'Learning and Development' etc. This agenda concluded assigning the responsibility to NBI to coordinate and finalize the program.

Annual Training plan for banks : In order to align NBI training programs with the training need of the industry, they were requested to advise us the training areas they have identified. If need be, we have also proposed to sit one-on-one for discussion/ planning.