NCL To Hold Grand HR Conference In Mid-November

SHRAM 2021 to witness the gathering of HR professionals across the nation

Northern Coalfields Limited (NCL), one of the flagship Coal companies of GOI, is organizing an HR Conference – SHRAM (Singrauli Human Resource Annual Meet) from 17th to 18th November 2021 on the theme ‘Industrial Revolution 4.0: ‘Competing Through People Matrix’ i.e. one of the most discussed over the topic on the Global Business Diaspora and extremely relevant for the Industries, Academia, and HR Discipline.

This HR Conference is open to all the working professionals from all streams, Industries and Academia, Management, etc to be organized at NCL’s Headquarters, Singrauli (MP) , The Candidates can register free of cost on Link: and can also contact on for any updates.

The HR Conference will throw light upon organization work in the digital era, working for well-being & happiness, Evolving Employee and Customer Experience, Engaging the Workforce, Business Sustainability, and vital aspects of human and business. The Conference will witness Motivational Lectures, Speeches, Dialogs, Interactive sessions, round table discussions, and post-event publications.

This event will usher new insights on the theme & provide a platform in the post COVID era to the world-renowned HR personas, Confluence of great minds, and motivational speakers for exchanging ideas. The endeavor will give new impetus to the current HR practices in consonance with the rapid shifting of the Global Business Scenario.

NCL being an organization with rich and diversified human capital in different domain knowledge is playing a vital role in the energy security of the nation.

The company is undergoing a business transformation and the conference will imbibe the inline changes in human resources of the company and the participants in accordance with rapid changes of the external environment, especially technological advancement, digital competitiveness, environmental challenges, and global demographic shift.

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