A commemorative postage stamp on the World Conference on Human Resource Development, New Delhi :
Issued on Nov 8, 1994
Issued for : The Department of Posts is privileged to issue a special commemorative postage stamp to mark this momentous occasion when world attention was focussed on the Conference on Human Resource Development being held in India.
Stamp design, FDC, Information Brochure – Indian Society for Training & Development, New Delhi.
Cancellation – Smt. Alka Sharma, Artist, Dept. of Posts.
Type : Stamp, Postal Used
Colour : Two Colours
Denomination : 600 Paise
Overall size : 3.91 x 2.90 cms.
Printing size : 3.55 x 2.54 cms.
Perforation : 13 x 13
Paper : Imported Un W/M adhesive Gravure Coated Stamp Paper in reels of 47 cms width
Number of stamps Printed : 1 Million
Number of per issue sheet : 35
Printing Process : Photogravure
Printer : India Security Press, Nasik Road
- A World Conference on Human Resource Development being held in New Delhi from November 8-11, 1994, under the aegis of the International Federation of Training and Development Organisations whose major aim is to encourage education, cross-cultural exchange and cooperation in the field of HRD. The Indian Society for Training and Development, which is affiliated to IFTDO, is hosting the Conference.
- The Conference, which will be the twenty-third in the series of World Conferences of IFTDO, has chosen ‘Global Changes and Stability in 2000 AD – Strategic Issues‘ as its theme to reflect on major economic, social and political changes, to which we are witness, and attempt a delineation of the strategic role for the HRD profession at the international, national, organisational and the individual levels.
- Human Resource Development is, today, one of the most important issues that is basic to the development of the country. The Conference will bring together academics, managers, HRD practitioners and consultants worldwide to pool their experiences, insights and theoretical expositions in identifying and discussing global changes, challenges and strategies by the advent of the twenty-first century.
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