Human Resource Development is the  use of training, organization, and career developments  to improve individuals, groups and organizational s effectiveness.!!!!!!!!!
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Types or Classification of Resources On the basis of origin:1.Biotic: Those resources which has life are called biotic resources e.g. plants, trees, animals etc.2.Abiotic: Those resources which do not have life are called as abiotic resources e.g. land, water, minerals etc. On the basis of exhaustibility:a) Renewable [Forest, Wildlife, Water]b) Non-Renewable [Metals, Fossils Fuels] On the basis of ownership:a) Individual [land, plot, well, pond]b) Community [Grazing land, burial ground, park]c) National [Minerals, Forest, Rivers]d) International [EEZ – Ocean up to 200 km]On the basis of development:1.Potential Resources: Resources which are found in an area but not have been utilized. For example, Rajasthan and Gujurat has enough potential to produce solar energy due to cloudless sky and more temperature.2.Developed Resources: When resources found in a region are surveyed by engineer and their quality and quantity are determine for utilization, it is called developed resource. Technology and capital help in development of resources.3.Stock Resources: Material found in our environment can satisfy many of our need but they are not used because of lack of appropriate technology. For example, water has hydrogen, a good source of energy, but due appropriate technology water is not being used as fuel.4.Reserve Resources: Reserve is those parts of stock which can be utilized using existing technology. But these resources are not being used and they have been left for future generation. They are called reserve. Sustainable Development: Development without damaging the environment is called as sustainable development. This development meets the demands of present generation as well as future generations. Earth Summit and Agenda 21: Earth Summit is an international conference on environment. It was held in Rio de Jeniro [Brazil] in 1992. In the conference leaders of the words discussed about sustainable development and they adopted 21 points policy which is called ‘Agenda 21’. Resource Planning and Its Steps Resource planning is method to use the resources in optimum way so that maximum benefit should reach to maximum people. Resource planning also means avoiding wastage, misuse and overuse of resources. There are three steps for resource planning.a)Identification and inventory of resources by surveying and mappingb)Evolving a planning structure to use the resources with appropriate technologyc)Matching resource development plan with national development plan
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