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Training and Development Procedures

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Introduction:
Training of personnel consists in providing them with the necessary facilities and opportunities to acquire knowledge develop skills and cultivate attitudes and behavior for the efficient and effective discharge of their duties and responsibilities. Administrative skills can be grouped into technical skills, human skills and conceptual skills. Training should enable people to perform their present duties effectively and at the same time prepare them to shoulder higher responsibilities in the future. The ultimate objective of training for personnel is the improvement in the effectiveness of achievement of organizational objectives.

Each and every position in an organization calls for a certain amount of expertise in terms of knowledge, skills and attitudes. The person occupying the position may not have all the elements. Of expertise required for effectively performing new technology or procedure or law. The need for training arises in account of the requirement of filling the gap between the skills and competences required for the performance of a job and the expertise actually possessed by the job holder. This gap can be filled either by institutional training or on-the-job training.

The common method is to mount a course on the basis of the experimental wisdom. Hence, a training course conducted kin a training institution is generally looked upon as some kind of an isolated event. This is one of the reasons why it has not been possible to derive the maximum benefit from a training course. Institutional training is regarded as a break from the monotony of the job. No wonder ‘sabbatical’ was one of the objectives of some of the courses.

It is time that training is looked upon as a system. A system may be defined as a group of inter-related and inter-development parts or processes operating in a sequence, according to a predetermined plan in order to achieve a goal or series of goals.

For understanding a system or for setting up a system, one should start by determining the objectives of the system i.e. what the system seeks to accomplish. The inputs are to be identified and the outputs specified. In the light of the relationship between the inputs and outputs the different processes can be worked out. Suitable feedback must be obtained at the various stages, to ensure appropriate corrective steps at the necessary stages.

Number of Pages of Project Report: 56
Package Includes: Synopsis + Project Report
Project Format: Document (.doc)

Table of Contents of Project Report:
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Literature Review
Chapter 3: Research Methodology
3.1 Rationale Of The Study
3.2 Need Of The Study
3.3 Statememnt Of The Problem
3.4 Objectives Of The Study
3.5 Scope Of The Study
Research Paradigm
Research Design.
Data Source
Tools Of Analysis
Chapter 4: Data Analysis And Interpretation
Conclusion
Recommendation
Contribution From The Study
Limitations Of The Study
Future Directions For Further Research
Questionnaire
References


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