Snapshot Profile

Dr. V Krishnamurthy
Phone: (R) 040-2373 8081, Mobile: 91-96666 98081
E-mail: [email protected]
Snapshot Profile
To work in a challenging and performance oriented senior level position as VP /
Director / Head of Academics and Administration with a reputed organizations.
Director-Academics and Administration, MNR Education trust, Hyderabad.
Medwin Hospital, Chirag Ali Lane, Nampally, Hyderabad, General Manager – HR
& Administration, From 29th April 2013 to March 9, 2014.
Olive Hospital, Mehdipatnam, Hyderabad - Head-HR & Administration,
November 24, 2010 to 20.04.2013
Aware Global Hospitals, Hyderabad - Head-HR, June 18, 2009 to November 22,
Kamineni Group, Hyderabad - Group Head – HR & Academics October 3, 2006 to
June 2009
ICFAI Institute of Management Teachers, Hyderabad 1nd April 2004 to 31st
March 2006
Nizams’ Institute of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad, (A university established
under State Act)- Registrar, April 2001 to July 2003
NIRD, North East Regional Centre, Guwahati - Administrative Officer & DDO,
March 1996 to May 1998
NIRD, Rajendranagar, Hyderabad - Assistant Director/ Assistant Registrar, 17
years from 1984 to 2003 to 2006
M. A. Economics (59.7%) (1980) Sri Venkateswara University (A.P)
Ph.D. “Industrial Dispersal and Regional Development: A Case of Andhra
Pradesh”, S. V. University, Tirupathi (A.P) 1988.
L.L. B (59.39) Osmania University, Hyderabad (1998)
MBA-HR, MIT School of Distance Education, Pune
Professional Summary
Talent Management, Academics and Admin Operations, Organizational Development,
Employee Engagement, Performance Management, Talent Acquisitions & Compensation
Management, Facility Management and Training & Development.
A Doctorate in Economics and Law graduate in Labour Laws with around 27 years of
experience in Academic administration and HR with organizations like National Institute of
Rural Development, Nizams Institute of Medical Sciences, ICFAI University, Kamineni
Group of Institutions, Global Hospitals and Olive Hospital -- Veteran in academics and
administration with nearly 27 years of experience in Government, public and private
organizations in the field of training, General Administration, security management,
Facilities management and Human Resources. Proficient in the Administration and
management of large size facilities, units, utilities etc. Experienced in smooth interfacing
with internal and external departments to ensure day to day administration / business
operations. A smart negotiator with abilities in finalizing cost effective contracts. A strong
planner with exceptional organizational and interpersonal skills. An effective team leader
with extensive experience in Human Resource Systems, Performance management, training
and development, industrial relations, wage and salary administration, payroll
management, establishment and maintenance of HR Information system.
Sound knowledge of Admin process & had hands on exp. in various HR functions &
good exposure and knowledge in Hospital Operations.
Exposure in Academic & Service Industry - a distinct advantage - Knowledge of Best
Personal Credibility & Proven managerial / administration and Liaison skills
Good knowledge of Labor Laws, Statutory Compliances & Industrial Relations
Knowledge in Implementation of the ISO / NABH / NAAC / Quality standards
Proven ability to work in a team or autonomous environment
Quick Learner-Excellent communication & interpersonal skills, seeks and exchanges
ideas; concepts.
Flexibility: Able to work under aggressive, high-pressure job environment
Good analytical ability- Problem-solving skills - Active Listening- Presentation Skills
Relationship Building skills
Ability to Manage Culture - Ability to Manage Change
Having initiative & foresight attitude - Set work schedules individually or as a team
Functional Area: HR / Administration / IR
Role: Head/VP/GM-HR
Detailed Profile
Recruitment & Selection:
 Responsible for maintaining database of all the prospective candidates and
coordinating the recruitment activities with other departments and organizing
 Responsible for the induction training of all the new recruits
Compensation & Benefits:
Responsible for the Total Compensation System
Carrying out Wage revisions
Consolidation of PF Annual Returns & Bonus Calculations.
Authorization of Full & Final Settlement for the relieving employees.
Payroll Management
Performance based incentives
Performance Management:
 Independently handling the total performance appraisals for both
Trainees/Probationers and for confirmed employees including calculating the
quantum of increments based on the performance ratings and employees
 Preparation of Executive brief of all the employees for promotion. Organizing
the various promotion interview committees and conducting the interviews in
this regard.
Training & Development:
 Planning organizing of internal and external training programs as per the ISO,
NABH specifications.
 Analyzing the Employee Training needs in coordination with other
departments. Preparation of Annual Training Calendar and Annual Training
 Suggesting modifications in the Quality of Training based on the Feedback
reports and sending the ratings on the feedback to the concerned trainers as a
measure of motivation.
Miscellaneous Activities:
 Drafting of policies and laying down procedures in the related field of work
 Educational activities including introduction of New Courses, maintenance of
quality education, etc.
 Preparation and submission of proposals for new courses, Institutions.
 Proposal of Deemed University status for Kamineni Institute of Medical
 Preparation of self study report for NAAC accreditation for both Kamineni
Institute of Medical Sciences and Kamineni Institute of Dental Sciences.
Successfully done NABH documentation process of HR manual, NABH Guidelines,
Employee Hand Book etc., & implemented the systems all the Hospitals worked.
Successfully done ISO documentation process of HR manual, ISO Guidelines, Employee
Hand Book etc., & implemented the systems & got ISO accreditation for KLS.
Designed and implemented all HR programs such as Induction Cum Orientation,
Performance Management, and Rewards & Recognition Schemes etc. for all
Evolved HR manual, HR Hand Book & Designed and implemented sound Personnel
Policies Viz: Training & Development, Grievance redressal policy, Vaccination Policy,
Uniform/Dress code Policy, Best employee Reward Program and adopted corporate
HR practices.
Developed Job-Descriptions & Job-Specifications for all Meidcal & Non Medical
Standing Order Formulation i.e., – Service, Conduct & Disciplinary Rules.
Made recommendations for effective internal controls after careful examination of
current system
Performance Management - Key Result Areas for Individual Employees, Departments,
Driving them to Organisation Goals.
Cost Reduction Measures/Service Improvements by outsourcing activities. [Canteen
Services, House Keeping Services and Security Services]
Training - Needs Analysis- Organizing Training Internally - Acting as Trainer Building up Internal Trainers - Training Evaluation.
Professional Experience
 Registrar – Nizams Institute of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad, India
Job Summary:
As Registrar in NIMS (a University established by State Act) the duties and
responsibilities includes conduct of examinations, admissions of students to various
courses of the Institute, keeping the registrars of degrees etc. in safe custody. I was
responsible for personnel matters of all staff (nearly 2000) including faculty and
paramedical staff. Assisted Director/Vice Chancellor of the Institute in all matters
relating to administration, day to running of the Hospital and conducting the
proceedings of Executive Board, General Council, Finance Committee, Academic
council and Ethics Committee. Implement all Administrative and procedural
instructions within the Institutes’ provisions and Act.
 Assistant Registrar / A O & DDO – National Institute of Rural Development,
Hyderabad, India
Job Summary:
As Assistant Registrar and also as Administrative Officer (Addl. Charge) and
Drawing and Disbursing Officer (DDO) at NIRD, Regional Centre, Guwahati, I was
responsible for: Assist and Advise on all matters concerning personnel, Finance,
Purchase and general Administration of the Regional Centre, Guwahati. Implement
all Administrative and procedural instructions within the Institutes’ Bye-laws. Assist
in preparing Annual Plan of action and Budget for the Regional Centre. Ensure all
facilities and necessary support services for carrying out Training and Research
activities of the Regional Centre. As DDO control and manage the Finance and
expenditure in accordance with the budgetary provisions. Authorize all payments.
Make proposal for Investments at the Regional Centre.
 Deputy Registrar – ICFAI Institute of Management Teachers, Hyderabad, India
The IIMT, Hyderabad conducts PhD program which has 5 phases, namely- Doctoral
Coursework, Pedagogy, Qualifying Examination, Preparation of Research Proposal
and Thesis Work and can be completed in four years.
As Dy. Registrar at IIMT, I was responsible for whole administration of the Institute
apart from organizing class room programs for the Research Scholars, conducting
examinations and preparation and issue of grade certificates. Also involved in
helping the students in preparation of Research proposals and also in arranging
foreign visits during their last phase of studies.
Academic Activities
1. Actively involved all the academic and developmental activities of VIDYA DAYINI
GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS, Santhoshnagar, Hyderabad.
2. As Group Head – HR and Academics, Kamineni Group of Institutions got additional
courses and also NAAC Accreditation for both Kamineni Institute of Medical
Sciences and Kamineni Institute of Dental Sciences.
3. Submitted proposal for integrated campus to AICTE, New Delhi.
4. Submitted application for Deemed to be University status for Medical College.
5. Providing consultancy services in re-establishing closed KUGLAR Hospital, Guntur
and Medical College at Vikarabad and in preparation of proposals for establishment
of Medical College in Tirupathi.
Personal Information
Date of Birth
Marital Status
1Wife (Mrs. V V Bharani) 53 Years
2.Son (Mr. V V Hitheswar) 26 Years
3.Daughter (Ms. V.V Bhanusree) 21Years
Flat No. 201, E – 56 & 57
HYDERABAD – 500 038
Phone. 91 40 2373 8081 ®
Mobile: 96666 98081
1. Professor C Subba Rao
Ex-Chairman, A P State Council of Higher
House No. 33, Vasant Vally, Kondapur
Mobile Ph: 9849091678
2. K. Ramamurthy Naidu
Member, UGC
No 506, Dwarakamai Apartment
Krishan Block
Navodaya Colony
Hyderabad - 500073
040 - 23541771(O)
Mobile Ph: 9440429176
A. Papers Published:
Annexure: I
1. Clean Milk Production – The need of the hour, Andhra Pradesh Veterinarian, January
- March, 2002.
2. Retailing - The Sunrise Industry, The Indian Journal of Commerce, Vol. 52, No. 1,
January - March, 1999.
3. Unemployment: Conflicts between policies and Strategies, Indian Economic
Panorama, Vol., 9, No. 4, January, 1999
4. Reflections on Rural Employment and Poverty, North East Daily, 23 rd April, 1998.
5. Non- Farm Activities for North East, North East Daily, 2 nd May, 1998.
6. Conflicts between Policies and Strategies, North East Daily, 16 th May, 1998.
7. Free Market Economy: Reflections on Rural Unemployment and Poverty, Rozgar
(Hindi), NIRD, Rajendranagar, Hyderabad, 1996.
8. Trends in Industrial Diversification and Spatial variations in Industrial Development
in Andhra Pradesh, Indian Journal of Regional Science, Vol. XXV, No. I, 1993.
9. Revival of sick units in small and tiny sectors, in THE ECONOMIC TIMES, April 23,
10. Preparing Ex-servicemen for Self-Employment (PEXSEM) in North Arcot: an
Evaluation, Journal of Rural Development, Vol. 5, No. 2, March 1986.
11. Industrial Development and Regional Development: A Case of Andhra Pradesh,
SEDME, December 1983, NISIET, Hyderabad.
12. Role of Financial and Promotional Institutions in Regional Development of Andhra
Pradesh, IPE Journal, Vol. 7, No. 2, 1984, Institute of Public Enterprise, Hyderabad.
13. Economic Analysis of Changing Structure of Khadi and Village Industries in Andhra
Pradesh, Indian Agriculture Economic Review, Conference Number, a paper
presented at the Agriculture Economic Conference at Kanpur, in December, 1983.
14. Role of Village and small units: Retrospect and Prospect, ECONOSCOPE, January 3,
15. Industrial Location and Regional Planning in India, ECONOSCOPE, dt. June 1, 1982.
B. Books:
1. “Regional Development and Industrial Disparities in India”, CHUGH PUBLISHERS,
Allahabad, 1990.
2. Planning and Implementation of IRDP in Mizoram: A State Report on IRDP
Concurrent Evaluation (Fifth Round).
3. Rural Industries Programme: An Evaluation, Discovery Publishing House, New
4. Self-Employment Projects – Group Approaches, NIRD Research reports Series, NIRD.
5. Rural Infrastructure and welfare of the poor, NIRD Research reports Series, NIRD.
C. Book Chapters:
1. Role of financial and promotional Institutions in Regional Development: a study on
the contribution of promotional corporations of Andhra Pradesh in a Book entitled
“State Level Enterprises in India” by IPE, Hyderabad.
D. Papers Presented At Conferences/ Seminars/ Workshops:
1. Free Market Economy: Reflections on Rural Unemployment and Poverty, National
Debate on Nation Building Process and Communication (Mar.25 –28, 1995) at CRRID,
2. Transplantation of Science and Technology and its impact on Rural Industry: A Critical
Analysis, Seminar organized by Regional Science Association of India at Gurunanak Dev
University, Amrutsar (1996).
E. Reports
Kamineni Institute of Medical Sciences, Self study Report, submitted to NAAC, for
accreditation. 2008
Kamineni Institute of Dental sciences, Self study Reprt, submitted to NAAC for
accreditation, 2008
Detailed project report submitted to AICTE for starting “Integrated Campus”, 2008
Detailed Project report submitted to AICTE for starting Pharmacy College, 2007
Proposal for “Deemed to be University”, Kamineni Institute of Medical Sciences. 2006
Employee hand Books, SOPs, JDs etc. NABH accreditation.
Annexure: II
E. Research Reports (Submitted):
Rural Infrastructure: Welfare of the Poor - A Study
Self - Employment Projects: Group Approaches
Rural Industries Programme (RIP) : An Evaluation (Sponsored by SIDBI, India)
IRDP: An Assessment
Rural Development Planning in Bihar: A Study of Implementation of IRDP in
Deogarh District (A DLO Report)
6. Rural Development Planning in Tamil Nadu: A Study of Implementation of IRDP in
Virudhunagar District (A DLO Report)
7. Planning and Implementation of IRDP in Mizoram: A Report on IRDP Concurrent
Evaluation (Fifth Round).
8. Rural Development Planning in Assam: A Study of Implementation of IRDP in
Kamarup District (A DLO Report)
9. A study of Rural Non farm Economy of a Village in Tamil Nadu
(Kumaraswamypalayam Re-visited).
10. Revival of Sick units in small and tiny sectors.
11. Preparing Ex-servicemen for self-employment (PEXSEM): An evaluation study in
North Arcot District of Tamil Nadu, Sponsored by Ministry of Defence, Government
of India.
12. Pottery in Khanapur – A case study.
13. Krishi Lens and Prism Grinding Society for Women at Machulipatnam : A case study.
14. Rural Electronics: A case of Deflection Components (P) Ltd.
15. Project Profiles for self-employment (A compendium of more than 350 project ideas
covering 12 broad areas).
16. Khandasari Sector in Andhra Pradesh (Project sponsored by Bureau of Industrial
Costs and Prices, Government of India).
17. Evaluation of Rural Industry Schemes (DIC, RIP, KVI, ISB and TRYSEM)
18. Evaluation of Longui Vally Project North Tripura Dist., Tripura) Sponsored by the
Ministry of RA & E, Govt. of India, Under Innovative JRY).
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