In the Indian financial sectors, banking which is intertwined with the growth of real sector, occupies unique position. Human resources as a champion of competitive advantage are proving to be a winning strategy in this service dominant sector. To sustain organizational rootlessness they make intangible tangibles by building on banking capabilities. This study attempts to evaluate the human development climate from the champions’ perspective in banking industry. It also investigates the impact of variables namely bank type, area of activity, work experience, qualification, gross income, age and gender differences of champions’ towards human resource development climate. The result shows that income, gender and age of champions’ are the most important variables in the study while experience, type of bank and qualification of champions’ contribute moderately towards the human resource development climate in overall banking industry in India. It is also identified from the study that human resource development climate are perceived as highly remarkable by human resource champions’ in nationalized banks followed by private sector banks, foreign banks and State bank and its associates however it was found to be merely lacking in cooperative banks in India . Experience of champions’ is an important variable in nationalized, private, State bank of India and associates, cooperative and foreign banks under study for perception of human resource development climate .
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