Education forms the fundamental roots of any society and plays a very important role in the building of the nation. As per a ranking report released by Quacquarelli Symonds, 17 Indian universities have made it to the list of top 300 universities in the Asian continent. The education industry in India is at a critical stage of its growth. At present, the higher education system consists of about 700 universities and over 35,500 colleges. It is expected that in order to meet the growing requirements of students opting for higher education, India needs about 800 more universities and another 35,000 colleges (according to the Ministry of Human Resource Development (HRD)).
The educational institutions have multiple grade levels of employees, temporary and auxiliary staff, varying remuneration levels for the teachers, vast and varying scope of work of employees, frequent recruitment needs at various levels, etc. These present considerable challenges in the efficient HR structuring and management of the institutions.
The experts at SarvHR have a good understanding of the dynamics of the education sector and the institutions, and hence, are adept in providing tailor-made solutions for the client establishments. SarvHR forms a single source for a comprehensive set of diverse solutions which is backed up by considerable industry experience and expertise. As clientele, SarvHR has had the opportunity to provide services to some of the top names in the educational sector of the city of Hyderabad.