The company is a leading developer, owner, and operator of premium residential properties in India. It has built a strong presence in Mumbai, Pune, and Delhi. The company has a portfolio of over 7 million square feet across Mumbai, Pune, and Delhi. Landmark is one of the fastest-growing real estate developers in India with sales growth of over 30% per annum since inception.
Landmark Group, a leading construction, and real estate company, has appointed Harsh Aparanji as its new Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO). Aparanji will be responsible for the growth and development of the company’s people strategy. He will also oversee the recruitment, selection, and deployment of people across all business functions.
The company said that Mr. Aparanji will be responsible for leading the HR function of the group, including managing talent acquisition and development, employee relations, and employee engagement. He will also be responsible for developing and implementing the strategic human resources plan for the group.
Landmark Group has recently announced the appointment of Harsh Aparanji as its new Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) effective immediately. Aparanji will replace the current CHRO, Bijal Patel, who has been with the company for over eight years.
Aparanji has more than 15 years of experience in the human resources industry, including working as a senior consultant with Bain & Company and as an HR leader at GE Healthcare. He holds an MBA from Stanford University, where he also earned his undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering.
“Harsh is an excellent addition to our team,” said Landmark Group CEO Jay Patel. “His vast knowledge of both the business and people side of HR will be extremely valuable to us as we continue to grow our operations.”
Landmark Group engages in the design, construction, ownership, and operation of hospitals, medical centers, and other healthcare facilities in India. The company’s operations encompass medical tourism, education, research, and innovation. Its products include medical suites, rooms and wards, consulting room services, testing laboratories, and diagnostic imaging facilities. Landmark Group operates in six segments: Diagnostic Imaging; Patient Care Services; Medical Suites/Facilities; Medical Education; Research & Innovation; Other Operations.
It also offers a range of healthcare services including diagnosis and treatment of diseases for patients with special needs such as infants and children in its diagnostic imaging segment; providing rehabilitation services for patients with various types of disabilities such as cerebral palsy in its patient care services segment; providing high-end medical treatment to patients who have been diagnosed with cancer or are suffering from blood-related disorders at its medical suites/facilities segment; educating new generation doctors at all levels through its educational programs (including post-graduate courses); conducting research activities towards finding solutions to challenges faced.
Aparanji will be responsible for driving the company’s human resources agenda, including strategy, operations, and talent development. He will report to CEO Sajid Dhanoa.
“Harsh has been a trusted advisor to Landmark since the beginning of his career in HR,” said Dhanoa. “We are thrilled to have him on our team and know that he will bring a wealth of experience to our business.”