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A PROJECT REPORT
Submitted by SENTHILKUMAR.S (REG NO: 21609631030) in partial fulfillment for the award of the degree Of MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
SAVEETHA ENGINEERING COLLEGE THANDALAM, CHENNAI ANNA UNIVERSITY: CHENNAI 600 025 MAY 2010
I certify that the project report titled “A Study on Employee need analysis in TTK-LIG, Limited virudhunagar.” is the bonafide work of “Senthilkumar.S” (Reg. No: 21609631030) who carried out the project work under my guidance and supervision.
SIGNATURE Dr.C.CHENDROYAPERUMAL HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT Department of Management Studies Saveetha Engineering College Thandalam. Chennai-105
SIGNATURE Mrs R CHITRA Asst Professor Department of Management Studies Saveetha Engineering College Thandalam Chennai-105
I, SENTHILKUMAR.S hereby declare that the project entitled “A Study on Employee training need analysis in TTK-LIG ,Limited virudhunagar.” has been done by me as a partial fulfillment for the award of degree “Master of Business Administration”. The project report is drafted by me and is original to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Place: Chennai Date:
Signature of the Student (SENTHILKUMAR.S) Department of management studies Saveetha engineering college Thandalam
and support for successful completion of the project.M. DR.S TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER TITLE PAGE NO .VENKATASWAMY for having given us spontaneous encouragement in completing the project.I express my deep sense of gratitude to beloved President.D. Assistant Manager-HR and his staffs for their kind permission and encouragement to do the project in their esteemed organization. DR. encouragement. I express my sincere thanks to my internal guide Asst Professor Mrs R CHITRA for her valuable suggestion. Name: SENTHILKUMAR. I wish to record my gratitude to MR. staff for their help to complete the project successfully. I express my gratitude to Principal.VICTOR VIYAS. Finally I thank all the members of the college. I am indebted to the Head of the Department.CHENDROYAPERUMAL for his constant support for this project.C. DR.N.VEERIYAN for his encouragement and guidance.R.
5 1.4 1.NO Abstract List of tables List of Charts 1 1.6 2 3 4 5 6 Introduction Introduction Company Profile Objectives Scope Of Study Need of study Limitations Review of Literature Research Methodology Data Analysis & Interpretation Findings Suggestions Conclusions 8 9 Bibliography Appendix ABSTRACT .2 1.3 1.1 1.
The project consists of objectives. company profile. limitations. LIST OF TABLES .e. The main objective of the project is to study the need of training at TTK-LIG LIMITED.VIRUDHUNAGAR was carried out to analyze the performance of employee training need analysis in the organization. Company Annual report for training . The information needed for the research has been gathered from secondary data i. suggestions and conclusions. research methodology.This project is entitled “EMPLOYEE TRAINING NEED ANALYSIS” in TTK-LIG LIMITED. findings.
Table showing the interested area Table showing the convenient training time Table showing the Desirable time for training PAGE NO .TABLE NO 1 2 3 4. 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 TABLE NAME Table showing the Training for current job Table showing the Awareness of component of the job Table showing the Requirement for training Table showing the key area need to be trained Table showing Type of training Table showing Duration of training. Table showing the Additional training in ET . Table showing Aware of TTK-LIG Training Table showing performance factor Table showing the Provide Protective equipment Table showing the Members cooperate Table showing the Evaluate training program Table showing the Additional training programs Table showing Additional training in Compounding Table showing the Additional training in Dipping .
LIST OF CHARTS .
CHART NO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 CHART NAME Figure showing the Training for current job Figure showing the Awareness of component of the job Figure showing the Requirement for training Figure showing the key area need to be trained Figure showing the Type of training Figure showing the Duration of training. Figure showing the Aware of TTK-LIG Training Figure showing performance factor PAGE NO Figure showing the Provide Protective equipment Figure showing the Figure showing the Figure showing the Figure showing the Figure showing the Figure showing the Figure showing the Figure showing the Figure showing the Figure showing the Members cooperate Evaluate training program Additional training programs Additional training in Compounding Additional training in Dipping Additional training in ET interested area convenient training time work division job level .
I INTRODUCTION CHAPTER . This is mainly because a needs analysis specifically defines the gap between the current . The needs analysis is usually the first step taken to cause a change.I INTRODUCTION 1.CHAPTER . 1INTRODUCTION TO THE TOPIC Training needs analysis process is a series of activities conducted to identify problems or other issues in the workplace. and to determine whether training is an appropriate response.
The employment of trainers has given raise to a number of social. Their working conditions are unsatisfactory. where they have to work in ill-ventilated. Shyness and not willing to participate Lack of Interest from Employee Most of them are ill-literate people so they do only their work they are not able to do other technical work Since they are daily laborers they don’t want to lose their daily Income by participating training program Employer shows less interest in employee’s developmental activities trends in their fields. ill-lighted congested and positively dry atmosphere . foot care products . especially in the unregulated factories.and the desired individual and organizational performances.2 COMPANY PROFILE TTK LIG About company: Business Type : Exporter / Manufacturer Products Manufacturing and Exporting : Condoms. It is time consuming and expensive process Lack of awareness of the employee’s towards recent 1. psychological. economic and legal problems. employee unaware about their complete job profile.
Brazil etc.11 crore recorded for the previous year. It is inaugurating its third plant in Pondicherry on Friday. They were the first to introduce variant condoms like ribbed.5 billion condoms a year while the estimated market size in India is 2. . dotted.5 billion condoms in the last 4 years to over 40 countries including the UK. TTK Group of Companies told presspersons that the plant will have a capacity to make 330 million pieces of condoms a year. We export to practically every country. Australia. Germany. and London International Group Plc (LIG). The company hopes to attain a profit after tax of Rs 60 crore this fiscal as against Rs 42. The total investment in the plant is around Rs 20 crore which has been met completely by internal accruals.T. contoured and spermicidal condoms in India. Having pioneered condom advertising in India. France. TTK LIG has two more plants one each in Chennai and Virudhunagar in South Tamil Nadu. The condoms manufactured in the three Indian plants not only meet. TTK LIG Limited. The company markets its products in the brand name Kohinoor. USA.48 crore for the year ended March 2003 of which export income was Rs 111. TTK-LIG is today a reliable sourcing point for global market needs. makes and sells condoms. US FDA 510K . The company has also been accredited to Environmental Management Systems 1SO: 14001 in 2002. The condoms from the Pondicherry facility would be used for both domestic sales and exports." Jagannathan added. and Durex.Kohinoor and Durex. with over 5 billion condoms supplied so far. the international bestseller. their flagship brand Kohinoor continues to be the market leader with over 40% market share.. TTK-LIG is a leader in more ways than one. T T Jagannathan. CHENNAI: India's largest condom maker. Our quality mantra TTK-LIG has always pursued quality as a religion. The company makes 1.5 billion while the world market is slightly less than 8 billion. TTK-LIG is also a leading supplier of condoms to the Government of India's Family welfare programme. is stepping on gas. the EN46001 & ISO 13485 for Medical Devices. Australian TGA & South African SABS. German DLF. "We should be proud because we have 20 per cent of World's capacity with us. Global Calling With exports of over 1. French AFNOR. In India TTK LIG sells two brands -.34 crore. A representative of India in the ISO technical group. TTK-LIG also plays an important role in the development of global standards for condoms. but even exceed the stringent quality standards like the European EN600:1996 and ISO 4074:2002 by a substantial margin. The company recorded revenues of Rs 179. Fiesta and Durex. Krishnamachari and Co. Besides Pondicherry. This focus on being better than the best has resulted in the following international accreditations for Quality Management Systems: BS EN ISO 9001: 2000. Chairman. T. is the first super premium condom brand to be marketed in India.
face. affect the shopping experience and retailers take advantage of these factors to push brands that give them higher margins. And they're willing to add to it by delivering the products bought online “in well-concealed packaging. The 49:51 joint venture SSL-TTK Ltd. Test marketing in Bangalore and leading towns in Tamil Nadu in the last six months have been very encouraging.5 lakh a month. The facility will also service the strong demand for the products that presently exists in the AsiaPacific region comprising Australia. he explains. Removal. Mr Brian Buchan. Embarrassment. Comfort and Care. They include the ‘Play' range of lubricants and stimulators. Thailand. Presently. Depending on the place.” says TTK-LIG. UK will soon manufacture the entire range of Dr Scholl’s foot care products in India. UK said that Indians were spending lot of money to take care of their hair. the company's mass market brand. TTK-LIG promises delivery within 2-5 days. SSL International plc. ‘Huge potential' “We believe there's huge potential. Mumbai. is valued by The Nielsen Company at Rs 75 crore. The packaging is kept . Group Product Manager. Speaking on the occasion. adding that the online store gets around all these problems. Higher production costs in the UK was making these products costly as well as uncompetitive. Europe and other developed markets. will eventually become the hub for catering to the entire Asia-Pacific market. according to information provided by the company. lack of privacy and not enough space to stock the entire range in retail outlets. Dr Scholl’s products are close to 100 year old and have a large following in the US. New Zealand. TTK-LIG.000 two years ago. First export consignment is expected to be shipped from December this year. will introduce nearly 50 foot care products in India under four broad category viz. but continue to ignore their feet ‘which is a mirror of general health’. TTK-LIG sees much potential online The anonymity that the Internet affords is proving a big advantage for condom makers. but there are customers from smaller places too.” he added. Malaysia. over a period of time. The Rs 7.5-crore brand. Kohinoor.TTK-LIG Ltd and SSL International plc. In India.” says Mr Vishal Vyas. Durex is a Rs 15.50-crore facility is coming up at Irrungattukkotai near Chennai and is set to become operational by mid-October. etc. this market is fed either by outsourcing or from the UK factory. SSL-TTK. Sales through the online store for Durex. apart from catering to the requirements of the nascent Indian market. Relief. marketed by the company. Most of the sales come from Bangalore. SSL had originally tied up with the Nicholas-Piramal group (which had 49 per cent) and the latter’s stake was picked up by the TTK group a few years ago. CEO. The complete range of Durex products available in the country is offered in the online store. have touched Rs 3. compared to Rs 15. The company has tied up with Bata India to market the foot care products through latter’s 100 outlets. Dr Scholl’s products will be available in all metros and across the country soon. Delhi and Pune. etc. According to Mr Srinivasan. This will get corrected with the commencement of the Indian manufacturing facility which will conform to international quality standards. “We want to ignite the passion for the feet whose health is vital for the health of the body.000-20. SSL-TTK Ltd will have a turnover of Rs 15 crore in the first full year of operation and is expected to grow by 25 per cent thereon for the next couple of years. TTK-LIG managing director and director of SSL-TTK J Srinivasan said.
Kama Sutra (Rs 59. Durex (Rs 15. says Mr Vyas.5 billion pieces (Rs 443. However. Most of the stuff bought online comprises lubricants and stimulators. The average purchase value is Rs 600. Moods (Rs 35. and it's increasing everyday. estimated at Rs 349 crore. of the 1. adding that the company's online store has only recently begun operations.3 crore) produced every year. IMFC/imported (Rs 106.7 crore). There are about 300-350 transactions a month. Manforce (Rs 50.6 crore). a result it attributes to its sustained marketing activity online (including social networks) as well as on its packs.5 crore). a total of 814 million (valued at Rs 94. a result it attributes to its sustained marketing activity online (including social networks) as well as on its packs. says Mr Vyas. The non-subsidised portion.discreet and nondescript (though the company name is mentioned) to ensure privacy. he said. is split between various brands such as Kohinoor (Rs 75 crore). TTK-LIG has seen a spike in sales since July-August a year ago. an executive in another company that sells similar products says that while there has been an increase in sales online compared to last year. According to The Nielsen Company's statistics. TTK-LIG has seen a spike in sales since July-August a year ago. and others. The products are priced at MRP and delivery charges apply only if the total value is below Rs 100.9 crore).8 crore). he says. So it can't be considered a big jump.3 crore) are dispensed free through the Government's Primary Health Centres and sold at a subsidised price of Rs 5 for three through NGOs. RELATED PRODUCTS Dotted Condoms Coloured Condoms . it should be remembered that the growth comes on a small base.
1.3OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY .
To identify the future requirement in training. ToDevelop a greater Safety awareness. To Inspire more effective team work. 5. 3. To Identify the Initial Training of employees at TTK-LIG. To identify the gaps that exist between the current training situation. To finding the problems about the training at TTK-LIG. 6.Primary objective: 1. . 4. Secondary objective: 2.
1. The organization will know in the what state it is now after conducting so many training programs. It is necessary to prepare existing employees for high level jobs(promotion).employee can change jobs quickly .improve his performance levels and achieve career goals comfortably.after training .4 SCOPE OF THE STUDY • • • It helps the organization to plan the training and their needs for productive results. Its necessary when a person moves from one job to another (transfer). • .
The study may suffer from analysis of statistical tool. • .1.5 LIMITATION OF THE STUDY • • The study is undertaken only at TTK-LIG in virudhunagar. The major shortcoming faced by the researcher is lack of time . because of which the analysis was confounded to a limited area of study.
CHAPTER .2 REVIEW OF LITERATURE CHAPTER .II .
.REVIEW OF LITERATURE Gould D. delivery and evaluation. White I. or even that there is a break down of relationships. (2009). Gaps can include discrepancies/differences between: • What the organization expects to happen and what actually happens. training delivery and evaluation of the training. if they put their mind to it. Chidgey J (2005). The assessment begins with a "need" which can be identified in several ways but is generally described as a gap between what is currently in place and what is needed. This study was an evaluation of the tribes training program . It could reveal that there is poor communication within or between departments or teams. The cycle commences with a systematic consultation to identify the learning needs of the population considered. (2004). Andrew Knowles. All it requires is a clear understanding of what is to be achieved. The first step in designing a training and development program is to conduct a needs assessment. followed by course planning. this was a pilot that attempted to assess “Tribes” ability to enhance educator and student positive attitudes toward student with learning difficulties as well as attitudes toward mainstreaming /inclusion. Kelly D. Bill Cochrane. A (2005). some knowledge of the organization itself. Analysing training need often forms part of an ongoing cycle of needs assessment. Analysis can pin-point problems with staff morale or systemic weaknesses within the organization. Janice A. Tara Lynne. Training needs analysis is the initial step in a cyclical process which contributes to the overall training and educational strategy of staff in an organisation or a professional group. perform a training needs analysis on staff within their organization in order to identify learning needs. Most people can. which leads back to needs assessment. It may lead to the conclusion that training alone will not resolve a particular problem. a program aimed at providing educators with strategies and methods for creating an inclusive classroom environment . and a consistent. February 1996. It is possible that the process of analysing learning needs leads to the identification of other issues. now and in the future. Miller. methodical approach.
• Current and desired job performance. • Existing and desired competencies and skills. M. Osinski, SPHR, July 2002 There are three levels of needs assessment: organizational analysis, task analysis and individual analysis. Organizational analysis looks at the effectiveness of the organization and determines where training is needed and under what conditions it will be conducted. The organizational analysis should identify: • Environmental impacts (new laws such as ADA, FMLA, OSHA, etc.). • State of the economy and the impact on operating costs. • Changing work force demographics and the need to address cultural or language barriers. • Changing technology and automation. • Increasing global/world market places. • Political trends such as sexual harassment and workplace violence. • Organizational goals (how effective is the organization in meetings its goals), resources available (money, facilities; materials on hand and current, available expertise within the organization). • Climate and support for training (top management support, employee willingness to participate, responsibility for outcomes).
Chapter 3 Research Methodology
Aim of the study: The main aim of study is to employees training need analysis in TTK-LIG . 3.2Research design: This study used the analytical research design. This is typically concerned with determining frequency with something occurs or how two variables vary together. Analytical study is a system of procedures and techniques of analysis applied to quantitative data. It may consist of a system of mathematical models or statistical techniques applicable to numerical data. 3.3Sampling design: Sampling unit: Respondents have been selected from all the level of TTL-LIG employees. Sampling size: Respondents are mostly selected form one level. So the sample size is limited to 125 due to availability and the busy schedule of the employees. 3.4Sampling procedure: The sampling method used was simple random sampling. This sampling method was used because of lack of time and lack of thorough knowledge about the Universe. The sample size was fixed to 125 respondents. Data required: The information required for the study was directly collected from the employees through questionnaire.
These are fresh data which are collected for the first time such as observation, personal interview, and questionnaire.
if not it will give misleading result.Secondary data: To supplement the primary data. This is obtained from the company profile. It is calculated by using the formula: ¥2=∑(Oi-Ei)2/∑Ei Where. secondary data is required. Validity must be one of the objectives of measurement. The data must properly valued. Simple percentage analysis: It was initially done to edit and tabulated one data collected through questionnaire Percentage of respondents = Number of respondents *100 Total respondents 2.7Statistical tools used: 1.6Data preparation and processing: The data has to be processed and analyzed in accordance with the outline laid down for the purpose at the time of developing the research plan. coding.3…….2. Chi-square test: Chi-square test is used to find out whether there is relationship among various groups. 3. Processing implies editing. so that they are amenable to analysis. validity exist when data actually measure what they are supposed to measure. tabulation of collected data. internet and various other hand books on the subject matter. 3..n Hypothesis . O i=observed frequency E i =Expected frequency= (row total*column total)/grand total I=1.
In short it deals certain assumptions made in the study. it is applied in the problems in which data cannot be measured quantitatively but qualitatively assessment is possible such as beauty . It is a statement of universe and it is of two types Null Hypothesis A hypothesis which assumes that there is no significant difference between sample statistic and population parameter is called null hypothesis. . It is denoted by H1.∑x ∑y √N∑x2 – (∑x)2 √N∑y2 – (∑y)2 Where.r measures the degree of relation that exist between the variables. 3. 4. Spearman’s Rank correlation The coefficient of rank correlation is based on the various values of the variates is denoted by r. r= N ∑x y. It is denoted by H0. Alternative hypothesis A hypothesis which assumes that there is significant difference between sample statistic and population parameter is called alternative hypothesis. Correlation analysis Correlation is defined as the association or relationship that exist between two or more variables. honesty etc.Definition It means tentative generalization the validity of which remains to be tested..
.Formulae: When the ranks are equal. r= 1 – 6(∑D2 ) N(N2-1) N = Number of valuesin a group. M = number of times a value is repeated.
CHAPTER IV DATA ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION CHAPTER IV DATA ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION PERCENAGE ANALYSIS 1.Training for current job Training for current job No of respondents percentage .
Awareness of component of the job wareness of component of the job Yes No total No of respondents 100 25 125 percentage 70 30 100 .Yes No Total 125 0 125 100 0 100 INFERENCE: The collected data shows that 100% of the employees said that they are given training for the job undertaken by them 2.
3.INFERENCE: the collected data shows that 70% of the employees said that they are well aware of their job components and 30% said that they are unaware of that.Requirement for training Requirement for training Yes No Total No of respondents 113 12 125 percentage 90 10 100 INFERENCE: the collected data shows that 90% of the employees feel that they need training and 10% of employees said they do not feel the need of training .
Training analysis 4. 30% said practically and 20% said others.6 20. Type of training Type of training On the job Class Room Group Discussion No of respondents 38 12 26 Percentage 30. key area need to be trained key area need to be trained Technically Subjectively/systematically Practically Others total No of respondents 38 25 38 24 125 Percentage 30 20 30 20 100 INFERENCE: The collected data shows that 30% of the employees said that they need to train technically.4 9.8 . 5. 20% said subjectively/ systematically.
6% prefer class room training.Lab /Factory Visits total 49 125 38.2 100 INFERENCE: The collected data shows that 30.8% prefer group discussion and 39. 6. Duration of training Duration of training Less then a week Week 1 month 1 Month to 2 Month 2 Month to 3 Month Total No of respondents 12 13 50 50 125 Percentage 10 10 40 40 100 .2% prefer lab/factory visits.4% of the employees prefer on the job training. 9. 20.
performance factor . 10% said week to ! Month.INFERENCE: The collected data shows that 10% of the employees said that the duration of the training should be less than a week. 40% said 1 month to 2 months and 40% said 2 months to 3 months 7. Aware of TTK-LIG Training Aware of TTK-LIG Training Yes No total No of respondents 125 0 125 percentage 100 0 100 INFERENCE: The collected data shows that 100% of the employees are aware of the training program followed in TTK-LIG Ltd 8.
Provide Protective equipment Aware of TTK-LIG Training Yes No total No of respondents 125 0 125 percentage 100 0 100 . 9.Aware of TTK-LIG Training Yes No Total No of respondents 113 12 125 percentage 90 10 100 INFERENCE: The collected data shows 90% of the employees believe that training makes a positive change in performance factor and 10% do not believe that.
INFERENCE: The collected data shows that 100% of the employees said that the company provide sufficient first-aid boxes and protective equipments 10. Members cooperate Aware of TTK-LIG Training Yes No Total No of respondents 113 12 125 percentage 90 10 100 INFERENCE: The collected data shows 90% of the employees said their team members cooperate with them and 10% said that their team members are not cooperating .
Additional training programs Additional training programs Compounding Dipping ET Foiling total No of respondents 25 25 25 50 125 Percentage 20 20 20 40 100 .Evaluate training program Evaluate training program Written Exam Practical Presentation On the Job performance Total No of respondents 13 6 6 100 125 Percentage 10 5 5 80 100 INFERENCE: The collected data shows that 10% of the employees want to evaluate their training programs through written exams.Training Evaluation 11. 5% want presentations and 80% want to evaluate training through on the job performance 12. 5% want through practical exams.
Additional training in Compounding Additional training in Compounding Lab testing No total No of respondents 100 12 125 percentage 80 10 100 . 20% like in Dipping. 20% like in ET and 40% like to have training in Foiling 13.INFERENCE: The collected data shows that 20% of the employees like to have additional training programs in Compounding.
Additional training in Dipping Additional training in Dipping Quality testing GT total No of respondents 75 50 125 Percentage 60 40 100 INFERENCE: The collected data shows that 60% of the employees like to see additional training in Quality testing and 40% like to see in GT 15. Additional training in ET .INFERENCE: The collected data shows that 80% of the employees like to see additional training in lab testing and 20% like to see in GT 14.
Additional training in ET Water testing Air testing Total No of respondents 75 50 125 Percentage 60 40 100 INFERENCE: The collected data shows that 60% of the employees like to see additional training in Water testing and 40% like to see in Air testing 16.interested area interested area Compounding Dipping ET Foiling Total No of respondents 25 25 25 50 125 Percentage 20 20 20 40 100 .
convenient training time convenient training time 8.00pm Morning Afternoon Total No of respondents 12 0 0 25 0 88 0 0 125 Percentage 10 0 0 20 0 70 0 0 100 INFERENCE: . 20% in ET and 40% like in Foiling 17.00pm 3.00am 10.00pm 1.INFERENCE: The collected data shows that 20% of the employees interested in Compounding.00am 10.00am-12.00pm-5. 20% in Dipping.00pm 3.
20% said 1pm and 70% said 3pm-5pm 18.Desirable time for training Desirable time for training Working days Leave days Total No of respondents 75 50 125 Percentage 60 40 100 INFERENCE: The collected data shows that 60% of the employees said that the most desirable day to attend training is Week days and 40% said leave days 19.work division work division Compounding Dipping No of respondents 31 31 Percentage 25 25 .The collected data shows that 10% of the employees said the most convenient time for them to attend training programs is 8am .
25% in Et and 25% in foiling 20.ET Foiling Total 31 32 125 25 25 100 INFERENCE: The collected data shows that 25% of the employees are working in compounding. 25% in dipping. job level Job level Operator Supervisor Lab testing LQC Total No of respondents 31 31 32 31 125 Percentage 25 25 25 25 100 .
Null hypothesis (H0): There is no significant different between addition training program and production area interested to you want.2 CHI-SQUARE ANALYSIS: 4. Compounding Dipping Additional training program Production are want Total to you 20 40 20 40 20 40 40 80 100 200 20 20 20 40 100 ET Foiling Total FORMULA: . Table showing the additional training program and production area interested to you want. 25% at supervisor level. Alternative hypothesis (H1): There is significant different between addition training program and production area interested to you want. 25% at Lab testing level and 25% at LQC 4.INFERENCE: The collected data shows that 25% of the employees are working at operator level.2.1Analysis between additional training program and production area interested to you want.
∑ (Oi -Ei )2 / Ei O = Observed Frequency E = Expected Frequency = Row Total x Column Total Grand Total i = 1. 2.χ2 = Where.1) (c -1) = (2-1) (2-1) =1 χ2 Table value at 5% Level of significance = 3. Oi 20 20 20 40 20 20 20 20 40 Ei 20 20 20 40 20 20 20 20 40 Total Degree of freedom: = (r .841 (Oi – Ei) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 (Oi – Ei)2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 (Oi – Ei)2/ Ei 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 . 3………n Table showing the analysis between additional training program and production area interested to you want.
There is no significant different between addition training program and production area interested to you want. 4. H1 is rejected.3Analysis between require training and positive changes in training . 3………n ∑ (Oi -Ei )2 / Ei 180 No 10 10 20 Total 100 100 200 . Alternative hypothesis (H1): There is a significant different between require training and positive changes in training .χ2 Calculated value = 0 χ2 CV < χ2 TV So. H0 is accepted. 2. INFERENCE: Hence. Yes Number Of Respondents 90 90 Total FORMULA: χ2 = Where. 4. O = Observed Frequency E = Expected Frequency = Row Total x Column Total Grand Total i = 1.3. Table showing the require training and positive changes in training .1Null hypothesis (H0): There is no significant different between require training and positive changes in training .
H1 is rejected.Table showing the analysis between require training and positive changes in training .841 χ2 Calculated value = 0 χ2 CV < χ2 TV So.1) (c -1) = (2-1) (2-1) =1 χ2 Table value at 5% Level of significance = 3. Oi 90 10 90 10 Ei 90 10 90 10 Total Degree of freedom: = (r . There is no significant different between require training and positive changes in training. INFERENCE: Hence. (Oi – Ei) 0 0 0 0 (Oi – Ei)2 0 0 0 0 (Oi – Ei)2/ Ei 0 0 0 0 0 . H0 is accepted.
813 Y 60 40 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100 X2 100 0 0 400 0 0 4900 0 0 5300 Y2 3600 1600 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5200 XY 600 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 600 INFERENCE: .∑x ∑y) √ (N ∑x2 – (∑x) 2) √ (N ∑y2 – (∑y) 2) 11(600) – (100) (100) / √ (9 (5300) – (100)^2) √ (2 (5200) – (100)^2) 0.4. Table showing the analysis between the Convenient time and Desirable day for training . X – Convenient time.4. X 10 0 0 20 0 0 70 0 0 100 FORMULA: r= = = (N ∑xy .4CORRELATION ANALYSIS: 4.1Analysis between the Convenient time and Desirable day for training . Y – Desirable day.
5)[ (23 – 2) /12 +(23 – 2) /12 + (23 – 2) /12) 4 (42 – 1) = 1 – 0.Correlation for the Convenient time and Desirable day for training .5SPEARMAN’S RANK CORRELATION: 4.5 TOTAL FORMULAE: When the ranks are equal.5 1. VALUE RESULT R2 4 1.5 1. Therefore.975 = 0.5 0 2 -1. Y – Evaluate training program. m = Number of times a value is repeated. Table showing the analysis between the Training need area and Evaluate training program X 30 20 30 20 Y 10 5 5 8 R1 3.25 0 4 2.5 D2 0.5 1. .1Analysis between the Training need area and Evaluate training program.5 .025 INFERENCE: Training need area and Evaluate training program. r = 1 – 6 (6.5 3 D = R1 – R2 -0.813 RESULT GOOD 4.5.25 6. X – Training need area. VALUE 0.5 3. r = 1 – 6 (∑D2 + 1/12(m3 – m) +……) N (N2 – 1) N = Number of values in a group.
there is a high degree of positive relationship that exists between the maintenance of machines and the accidents happened.0. Correlation: Since the correlation value is 0.025 GOOD Statistical Analysis: Chi .Square Analysis: 1) There is a relationship between the awareness of workers and the Health and safety training. Spearman’s Rank Correlation: Since the correlation value is 0.875.813. the relationship that exists between the health checkup provided and stress towards work is good. . 2) There is no relationship existing between the effective disciplinary procedures and safe working environment.
3.CHAPTER V FINDINGS 5. The collected data shows 90% of the employees believe that training makes a positive change in performance factor and 10% do not believe that. the collected data shows that 90% of the employees feel that they need training and 10% of employees said they do not feel the need of training 4. 40% said 1 month to 2 months and 40% said 2 months to 3 months 7. 10% said week to ! Month. The collected data shows that 10% of the employees said that the duration of the training should be less than a week.1 PERCENTAGE ANALYSIS 1. The collected data shows that 100% of the employees said that they are given training for the job undertaken by them 2. 6. The collected data shows that 100% of the employees are aware of the training program followed in TTK-LIG Ltd 8. The collected data shows that 30. 9. 5% want presentations and 80% want to evaluate training through on the job performance 12. 20. the collected data shows that 70% of the employees said that they are well aware of their job components and 30% said that they are unaware of that. 30% said practically and 20% said others 5. 20% like in ET and 40% like to have training in Foiling .8% prefer group discussion and 39. 20% like in Dipping. The collected data shows that 30% of the employees said that they need to train technically. 9. The collected data shows that 20% of the employees like to have additional training programs in Compounding.2% prefer lab/factory visits. The collected data shows that 100% of the employees said that the company provide sufficient first-aid boxes and protective equipments 10. 20% said subjectively/ systematically.4% of the employees prefer on the job training. The collected data shows 90% of the employees said their team members cooperate with them and 10% said that their team members are not cooperating 11. 5% want through practical exams. The collected data shows that 10% of the employees want to evaluate their training programs through written exams.6% prefer class room training.
The collected data shows that 25% of the employees are working in compounding. The collected data shows that 60% of the employees like to see additional training in Water testing and 40% like to see in Air testing. 25% in dipping. 25% at supervisor level. 20% in ET and 40% like in Foiling 17. 16. 25% in Et and 25% in foiling.20% said 1pm and 70% said 3pm-5pm 18. The collected data shows that 20% of the employees interested in Compounding. The collected data shows that 60% of the employees like to see additional training in Quality testing and 40% like to see in GT. 20. The collected data shows that 60% of the employees said that the most desirable day to attend training is Week days and 40% said leave days 19. The collected data shows that 80% of the employees like to see additional training in lab testing and 20% like to see in GT 14. 20% in Dipping. 25% at Lab testing level and 25% at LQC . The collected data shows that 10% of the employees said the most convenient time for them to attend training programs is 8am . The collected data shows that 25% of the employees are working at operator level. 15.13.
SUGGESIONS CHAPTER-VI .CHAPTER-6 6.
presentation by the lecturers should be improved . CHAPTER-7 .the training bring out the true training need of the employees. 9. 11. 4.6. 2.Action plans should be shared with the training department so analysis can be made with respect to every training programme. 10.from the outcome of the survey the researcher would suggest the management of TTK-LIG to conduct regular training for the employees to execute the work more effectively.the training modules can also have according to work description in order to have full attention of the employee in the training to have a effective and efficient work.improve the visual aids presentation during the training programmes. good communication skills . 12. job analysis should be made clear to the employees.performance of the employees before the training and after the training should be compared.presence of handout material through insignificant can result for better reproduction of training. 7.SUGGESIONS 1.conduct the training program weekly or more.it is suggested that job description.the presenter must possess a.pre-course material will make the training programmers more effective. 15. 3.to enhance the training skills. 8. 14.training programmers can be organized to all employees to improve their knowledge and skills.training programmer is necessary to all levels of employees to improve their knowledge and traits. 5. 13. 6.
was conducted to identify the post employee training need analysis programme. years of experience is not a factor but .CONCLUSION “THE STUDY ON THE EMPLOYEE TRAINING NEED ANALYSIS AT TTK-LIG VIRUDHUNAGAR”.CHAPTER-VII 7. The study done with 125 respondent showed clearly that to be effective .
• • • • Frequency of schedule Use of visual aids Presentation skills Coaching Can play a vital in improving the overall employee training need analysis. CHAPTER-8 .
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ANNEXURE Employee Training Need Analysis Personal Information: Name : Designation: Age: Sex: .CHAPTER-XI 9.
What type of Training you prefer? On the Job Class Room Group Discussion Lab / Factory Visits 6. Please Continue Training Analysis: 4.Have you given any training for the job currently you are undertaking? Yes No If yes what type of Training ____________________________ 2.Do you feel that do you require training? Yes No If yes. Specify ______________ 5.Are you well aware all the components of your job? Yes No 3.Duration of the Training? Less than a Week Week to 1 Month 1 Month to 2Months 2 Months to 3 Months 7.Experience: Training Need Analysis: Shift: 1.Are you aware that training program is followed in TTK-LIG Ltd? Yes No .What is the key area you need to be trained? Technically Practically Subjectively / Systematically Others.
what areas listed below would you like to see additional training in ET? Water testing b.ET d. Foiling . Dipping c. what areas listed below would you like to see additional training in compounding? a. Dipping c. What type of production areas interested to you? Compounding b.8. What areas listed below would you like to see additional training programs? Compounding b. Air testing 16. Foiling 13. what areas listed below would you like to see additional training in Dipping? Quality testing b.ET d. lap testing b.Do your team members cooperate with you? Yes No Training Evaluation 11. GT 15.Do you believe training really makes a positive change in the performance factor ? Yes No 9. GT 14. How do you want to evaluate your training program? Written Exams Presentations Practical Exams On the Job Performance 12.Does your company provide sufficient first-aid boxes and protective equipments? Yes No 10.
Which division do you work in? Compounding Dipping ET Foiling 20. Please select the most desirable day for you to attend training programs: Working Days Leave Days 19.17. operator supervisor Lab testing LQC THANK YOU .12:00pm Morning Afternoon 1:00pm 18. Please select the most convenient time for you to attend training programs: 8:00am 3:00pm 10:00am 3:00 pm . Please indicate your job level.5:00pm 10:00am .
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