The text Book of “Public Health Administration and Practice” covers all issues that arise when dealing with the most important of all public health problems. This includes issues that are related to their growth and development as a tool in the workplace (e.g. skill training and proficiency enhancement) and in managing them effectively as a resource. The workplace is defined very broadly - it could be in a manufacturing setting or in a service setting in a changing and dynamic global environment. The Book also provides a refereed and authoritative source of information on aspects of human resources development and management, in manufacturing and services enterprises in a changing and dynamic global environment.HRD is intended to be a resource to those interested in the growth and management of human resources. This includes, but is not limited to, managers, engineers, policy makers and planners, legal experts, union leaders, researchers, practitioners, consultants, business leaders and employers, educators, and recruiters in manufacturing and service enterprises. The nature of the topic is such that readership will be global.