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Research Paper | Environmental Science Studies | India | Volume 8 Issue 9, September 2019
Environmental Impact on Human Resources Development in Rayalaseema Region of Andhra Pradesh: A Scenario
Dr. V. Veerannachari | Dr. T. Damodharam
Abstract: Development of human resources is essential for any organization that would like to be dynamic and growth-oriented. Unlike other resources, human resources development have rather unlimited potential capabilities. The potential can be used only by creating a climate and rainfall that can continuously identify, bring to surface, nurture and use the capabilities of people. The process of development in Andhra Pradesh as in any other region created imbalances. The Rayalaseema region has consisting of Kurnool, Kadapa, Anantapur and Chittoor districts in low developed. The development of human resources within the region and among different areas within the region is poor and drought prone area. The present paper looks at the status of human resources in the Rayalaseema region Andhra Pradesh by considering Sex ratio, Rainfall, literacy, health and employment as they determine the quality of human resources and identifies some possible causes for low human resource development in the region. It also suggests the solutions for the development of the human resources in the region.
Keywords: Region, development, human resources, Sex ratio, literacy, rainfall, Education, Employment
Edition: Volume 8 Issue 9, September 2019,
Pages: 1503 - 1509
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