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SYNOPSIS ON

TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT AT BL


AGRO OIL LTD
NAME

HARPREET KAUR

COURSE

MBA

SEMESTER -

4-B

SESSION

2014-2015

INSTITUTE ROLL NO.

UTRAKHAND OPEN UNIVERSITY

COMPANY -

INDIAN RAILWAY

PROPOSE PROJECT TOPIC


PERFORMANCE OF INDIAN RAILWAYS.

PROJECT GUIDE
DR. ARVIND KUMAR SHUKLA

TO STUDY THE

SUBMITTED TOMS. RUCHI RASTOGI


(ASST. PROF.)

INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION OF TRAINING &
DEVELOPMENT
subsystemofanorganization.It ensures that randomness is reduced
andlearning or behavioral change takes place in structured format.
TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT DEFINED :It is concerned with
the structure and delivery of acquisition of knowledge to improve the
efficiency and effectiveness of organization. It is concerned w
improving the existing skills and exploring the potential skills of the
individual i.e. upgrading the employees skills and extending their
knowledge. Therefore, training is a key to optimizing utilization human
intellectual technological and entrepreneurial skills.
Training and Development referred to as:
Acquisition and sharpening of employees capabilities that is required to
perform various obligations, tasks and functions.
Developing the employees capabilities so that they may be able to
discover their potential and exploit them to full their own and
organizational development purpose.
Developing an organizational culture where superior-subordinate
relationship, teamwork, and collaboration among different sub units are

strong and contribute to organizational wealth, dynamism and pride to


the employees.
Development defined
It helps the individual handle future responsibilities, with less emphasis
on present job duties.
Introduction of training
It is a learning process that involves the acquisition of knowledge,
sharpening of skills ,concepts, rules, or changing of attitudes and
behaviors to enhance the performance of employees.

OBJECTIVES
1.To study the Importance of Training and Development.
2. To study the inputs of Training and development programe.
3. To study the objectives of training and development.
4. To explore the methodology and types of training provided to the
employees in an organization.
5. To study the efficiency of employees after training and development.
6. To study the level of evaluation.
7. To study the relevance of the post training evaluation/feedback for the
employee as well as for an organization.

RESEARCH METHOLODGY
Gathering a multitude of information for analysis so that the researcher
can come to a conclusion. This process is used in all research and
evaluation projects, regardless of the research method (scientific method
of inquiry, evaluation research, or action research). The process focuses
on testing hunches or ideas in a park and recreation setting through a
systematic Scientific research involves a systematic process that focuses
on being objective and process. In this process, the study is documented
in such a way that another individual can conduct the same study again.
This is referred to as replicating the study. Any research done without
documenting the study so that others can review the process and results
is not an investigation using the scientific research process. The
scientific research process is a multiple-step process where the steps are
interlinked with the other steps in the process. If changes are made in
one step of the process, the researcher must review all the other steps to
ensure that the changes are reflected throughout the process. Parks and
recreation professionals are often involved in conducting research or
evaluation projects within the agency. These professionals need to
understand the eight steps of the research process as they apply to
conducting a study.

Type or Research is:


Descriptive Research
The type of research adopted for study is descriptive. Descriptive studies
are undertaken in many circumstances when the research is interested to
know the characteristics of certain group such as age , sex , education
level occupation or income. A descriptive study may be necessary in
case when a researcher is interested in knowing the proportion of people
in a given population who have in particular manner, making survey
reapportions of a certain thing, or determining the relationship between
two or more variables. The objective of such study is to answer the
who, what, when, where and how of the subject under investigation.
There is a general feeling that descriptive studies are factual and very
simple. This is not necessarily true. Descriptive study can be complex,
demanding a high degree of scientific skill on part of the researcher.
Descriptive studies are well structured. An exploratory study needs to be
flexible in its approach, but a descriptive study in contrast tends to be
rigid and its approach cannot be very now and then. It is therefore
necessary, the researcher give sufficient thought to framing research.

INTRODUCTION OF DATA COLLECTION


The marketing research department may collect data from various,
which may be either primary or secondary.
The primary data source of data refers to the first hand original data
collected by investigators through observation, interview, questionnaire
and field survey. Primary data may be collected directly from the
customer, calling and salesman or institutions.
Secondary data source include the internal company records,
government publication, report and journals, trade professional and
business association advertising media, and libraries etc.
Secondary Data was collected from books, the internet companys
profile, and journals.

Sampling
Research Instrument
Data analysis and Interpretation
Questionnaires
Pie chart

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