K.S Shetty took Director HR charge at HPCL

Mr. K S Shetty has been appointed as Director (Human Resources) of the Company effective May 01 , 2023.

K.S Shetty took Director HR charge at HPCL

New Delhi: Shri K. S. Shetty takes charge as Director-Human Resources of HPCL w.e.f. May 01, 2023. Prior to this, Shetty was Executive Director- HR with Additional charge of ED-ER.

As indicated in the MOP&NG letter the term of appointment of Shri K S Shetty is for a period of five years with effect from the date of his assumption of charge of the post, or till the date of his superannuation, or until further orders, whichever is the earliest. 

Mr. K S Shetty has been appointed as Director (Human Resources) of the Company effective May 01 , 2023. Prior to his appointment as Director, Shri K S Shetty was an Executive Director - Human Resources with additional charge of Employee Relations Department.

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Mr. K S Shetty is a Gold Medalist in Human Resource Management from Andhra University and also a distinguished alumnus of the Swedish Institute, Stockholm from where he completed his Diploma in Sustainable Development in 2012. He has also completed his Advanced Management Program from MDI, Gurgaon / ESCP Europe Business School, Paris. (2016).

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He is an SHRM, USA- Senior Certified Professional and is currently on the AIMA Core Committee on HR and also on the National Council of the Indian Society for Training and Development (ISTD). He is also on the Board of HPCL's Wholly Owned Subsidiary Company effective October 10, 2022.

He has over 25 years of experience in HR in various capacities at HPCL. In his current role at HPCL, he is responsible for the entire gamut of HR/ER functions ranging from Talent Acquisition, Capability Building, Career and Succession Planning, Performance and Rewards Management, Discipline Management etc. He also has in-depth knowledge of various Statutory/ Regulatory requirements under various Labour Laws

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