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Nonprofit organizations in India represent a significant portion and they make a strong contribution to the economic wellbeing of our country. The human resources are vital for achieving the sustainable growth and development of organization. Firstly, objective is to analyze the workforce perception of NPOs towards the HRD practices of NPO. Secondly, the amount of FCR and FCU by NPOs are analyzed and compared. Thirdly, the efficiency of NPOs is measured based on their HRD practices. Lastly the impact of HRD practices on the efficiency of NPOs are measured. Based on the objective’s hypothesis were formulated and tested. The study found that the NPO’s workforce has positively perceived HRD practices followed in their organization. The respondents have agreed and given a positive opinion towards the HRD practices viz., appraisal system, Training and development, career development and recognition, and organizational environment followed in their organizations. The study found that HRD practices have a significant positive impact on the development of NPOs in Karnataka. Large-sized NPOs are generating larger amount, whereas small-sized NPOs are acquiring lesser number of foreign contributions. NPOs with better HRD practices are efficient in utilizing the foreign contributions received by them. The efficiency of the NPOs increases as they adapt better HRD practices, and the efficiency of NPOs decrease as they ignore HRD practices.
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