About NIPM

About NIPM

National President
Mr. Vishwesh P. Kulkarni

The National Institute of Personnel of Personnel Management (NIPM) came into existence in March 1980, as a result of merger of two professional Institutes, viz. the National Institute of LabourManagement and the Indian Institute of Personnel Management. The NIPM is now the only all India body of professional managers dealing with Personnel Management, Industrial Relations, Human Resource Development and Labour Welfare in the Country. The total membership of NIPM is about 10,000 spread over 50 Chapters all over the Country. These Chapters are under the territorial jurisdiction of Five Regiond, viz. western, Eastern, Southern, Northern and Central.

NIPM is a non-profit making body and its main objectives are to encourage and assist the development of Professional Management to achieve high standards of knowledge and performance. NIPM is continously engaged in spreading knowledge and informaion about its practices by promotion research, training and extending other services in the field of Personnel Management. With a view to fulfilling these objectives, NIPM arranges conferences, Seminars, Training Programmes, Study Courses and Meetings. It also awards Post Graduate Dipoma in Personnel Management. Constant interaction with Government Departments, employers and tade union organizations helps the NIPM to obtain and disseminate information on Personnel Management, Industrial Relations and allied functions.

NIPM is recognized as the leading Human Resource Management Institute in India supporting standards of excellence in every phase of the profession and represents practitioners in business, government and academic community. It is the premier forum in the Country devoted to furthering the cause of professionalism in the Personnel and Industrial Relations field through an exchange of knowledge and experience of experts from all parts of the world.

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National Institute of Personnel Management (NIPM), is the all India body of professional managers engaged in the profession of personnel management, industrial relations, labour welfare, training and HRD in the country.

NIPM was established in the year 1980, with the amalgamation of the erstwhile IIPM, founded in 1948 at Calcutta, and NILM, established in 1950 at Mumbai .

Today, NIPM has a nation wide membership of over 12,000 Individual Members and over 250 institutional members spread across 52 chapters. The headquarters of NIPM is situated at Kolkata.

Mailing Address :
National Institute of Personnel Management 303, Mantri Terrace, Thube Park, Shivajinagar, Near Sancheti Hospital, Pune – 411005. India.
For more information on the National office, kindly log on to the website at http://www.nipm.in/ or send a mail to info@nipm.in

Vision & Mission

We strive towards

  • Creating and sharing new knowledge and insights for business & people management
  • Espousingglobal quality standards for people practices
  • Promoting people development agenda
  • Providingcritical support & solutions to business, government and other stakeholders
  • by leveraging own Expertise, through Collaborations and by Networking

Objective

The main objectives of the Institute, as enshrined in its Constitution are : To spread the knowledge on the approach, principles, practices, techniques and methods regarding personnel management, industrial management, industrial relations labour and social welfare and industrial jurisprudence in all their bearings.

To serve as a forum for exchange of ideas and experiences and collection and dissemination of information on management in general ,and personnel management, industrial relations, human resources development and labour and social welfare, in particular.

Code of Ethics

As a member of the National Institute of Personnel Management, I declare that I shall:

  • Subscribe to the aims and objects of the National Institute of Personnel Management and be bound by its Constitution.
  • Recognise and accept the dignity of an individual as human being, irrespective of religion, language, caste or creed.
  • Maintain high standard of integrity and behaviour demanded by the profession.
  • Conduct myself as a responsible member of the management team committed to the achievement of the organisational goals.
  • Take keen interest in the establishment of healthy personnel practices and development of the profession.
  • Try to win confidence and gain respect of the employers and employees and make myself available to them to provide formal and informal intervention to resolve industrial conflicts.
  • Endeavor to enhance the good name of my professional in dealing with other professional bodies, government departments, and employers’ and employees’ organisation.
  • Cooperative in maximising the effectiveness of the profession by exchanging freely information and experience with other members.
  • Not allow any interest other than professional to interfere with the right of association of the employees.
  • Not interfere with the right of association of the employees.
  • Not disclose any information of a confidential nature that I may acquire in the course of my professional work without obtaining the consent of those concerned and shall not use confidential information for personal gains.
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