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Human Resources play key role in success of org :Telangana govt's CS

Hyderabad, Dec 22 (UNI) Special Chief Secretary, TR& B, Government of Telangana Sunil Sharma, on Wednesday said Human Resource plays a key role in the success of an organization and an employee can perform well under a positive atmosphere.

Speaking after presenting the Human Resource Achievers Awards 2021 organised by The Federation of Telangana Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FTCCI) in association with SarvHR here Mr Sharma said, “I have been lucky to have good boss and I was able to perform well, thanks to Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao and Chief Secretary for the support”.
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