In today's around the world, including India, education is considered as a business, and the competition is rising. In this cutthroat environment, managing human resources in universities is equally as difficult as it is in any other sector of business. They are unable to properly manage their own human resources even though practically all universities and related institutes offer courses in human resource management and prepare their students to manage huge enterprises. This is particularly true in India, where the state sector continues to be in charge of higher education. The majority of institutions lack a specialised department that handles HR-related tasks. This essay explores how HRM transitioned from an operational to a strategic role and the vital function that it must play.
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