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A STUDY ON TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT
With Reference to

TIRUMALA MILK PRODUCTS PVT LTD Submitted to JAWAHARLAL NEHURU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, ANANTAPUR
In partial fulfillment for the award of the degree of MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BY

T.RAMEEJA
H.NO: 085P1E0079 Under the Guidance of

Mr.S.M.D.AZASH, Asst. Prof
Department Of Business Administration

DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ANNAMACHARYA P.G.COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES
(Affiliated to J.N.T.U, Anantapur New Boyanapalli, Rajampet-516126 (2008-2010)

TIRUMALA MILK PRODUCTS PVT.LTD

INTRODUCTION

´ ± EDWIN B FLIPPO. Importance of training ‡Reduction in wastage leading to improved profitability ‡Improves the morale of the workforce ‡Improve the job knowledge and skills at the levels of the organization ‡Improves quality ‡Improves labor management relations ‡Creates an appropriate climate for growth and communication ‡Aid in improving organizational communication ‡Helps the individual in making better decisions and effective problem solving ‡Improves production rate ‡Aids in encouraging and achieving self development and self-confidence ‡Helps a person handle stress. it is an attempt. which improves the current and future performance of an employee through learning or by increasing his skills and knowledge. Training and development refers to the imparting of specified skills. abilities and knowledge to an employee. [Training and development need = Standard Performance ± Actual Performance] Definition: ³Training is the act of increasing the knowledge and skills of an employee for doing a particular job.1. frustration and conflict . tension. abilities and knowledge to an employee.1 INTRODUCTION TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT In simple terms. Training and development means. training and development refer to the imparting of specific skills.

Training process Organizational objectives and strategies Assessment of training needs Establishment of training goals Designing training programme Implementation of training programme Evaluation of results .

STEPS IN TRAINING PROGRAMME Who are the trainees? Who are the trainers? What methods and techniques? What should be the level of training? What principles of learning? Where to conduct the programme? Methods of training and techniques On The Job Training a) Job rotation b) Coaching c) Job instruction d) Training through step by step e) Committee assignments Off the Job Training a) Vestibule Training b) Role Playing c) Lecture Method d) Conference or Discussion e) Programmed instruction .

Significant investment has to be made in milk procurement equipment and chilling and refrigeration facilities. the dairy industry needs to focus on quality and productivity. Economic factors 5. 6. Research and scientific investigation. Due to low labor cost. 4. 1. Transportation.1. The modern dairy emerged in the middle of the 19 the century.positioning distribution channels etc. . Improved machinery. the following may be mentioned. Among the many factors. The factory system. to satisfy the needs. 3. the cost of milk production is significantly low here to boost exports.2 INDUSTRY PROFILE INTRODUCTION: The first and foremost requirement of modern marketing is to understand the customer needs. and create need develop strategies to bring the customers right elements of the that. which have played important roles in the evaluation of the modern dairy industry. 2. Improved live stock. product offering . India has the potential to become a leading exporter of milk and milk products..

Andhra Pradesh. Karnataka and Tamil nadu. The main reason for developing of this industry is above to increase in population of urban areas and more consumption of milk in the areas of soft drinks. Rajasthan. In Andhra Pradesh the leading companies are A. It is said that it is one of the bounded sectors of agriculture. Cream lines. Heritage. . Gujarat. Revile. Doddle. Maharashtra. In 1946 the first company was established in kava District co-operative milk produces known as ³AMUL´ throughout the Nation wide and their different companies were developed throughout country form Govt. It has been the important of the National Economic Development Process all these years. side and also private side. Haryana.Importance of dairy industries: Data collected by bureau of human nutrition and home economics for the year 1944 and 1945 showed that dairy products contained 75% of the calcium and 45%of riboflavin in the total food supply as well as 24% of the total protein. Jerry. A cattle farming is one of the important aspects of the overall development process in India. Milk industry in India: Today India is the largest milk producing country in the world. and Mother Dairy etc Dairy is developed as a separate industry. dairy development under the brand names TIRUMALA.P. Nearly 5% of the Indian population of the country directly or indirectly depends on milk production and it`s sales for their livelihood. The milk producing state in are Punjab.17% of the vitamins and 17% calories.

trade in any goods which are usually needed in any of the above business or any other business associated with the fore going or other interests of the company ‡To serve the milk producers of villagers by providing loans for purchasing cattle. and Guntur.1.000 lit. Further it has increased its capacity and now is operating with 2. and all other dairy products of all kinds and to buy .Initially it was started with an operating capacity of 70. Per day. Nellore District was started in the month of September 1999. Gudur. Chillakuru Mandela. cheese. butter milk. ‡Build customer confidence through quality and reliable service . butter milk. Main objectives of the company To carry on the business of producers. Tirupati and towns in A. capacity. vendors of milk. vendors of milk cream. Tirumala Milk Products Private Limited is selling its milk and milk products in Chennai. 00.P. Bangalore.3 COMPANY PROFILE Introduction Tirumala Milk Product Private Limited was incorporated in the month of 13 th day November 1998. Nellore. and all other dairy products of all kinds and to buy sell trade in any goods which are usually needed in any of the above business or any other business associated with the fore going or other interests of the company. Recently the company has started production in Palamaneru in Chittoor District. cheese. ‡To provide quality and safe products ‡To carry on the business with producers. cream. 000 Lts. Hyderabad. sell. Ongole. The plant at Kadivedu village. TIRUMALA wade.

Courtesy and Humility: 6. Contribution to society: 2. Adaptability: 7. Co-operation and Team Spirit: 4. Fairness and Honesty: 3. Gratitude: TYPES OF PRODUCTS: Tirumala Gold Milk Tirumala Toned Milk Tirumala Milk Tirumala Butter Milk Tirumala Curd Tirumala Butter Tirumala Cheese Tirumala Ghee Tirumala FCM Floured milk Powder .SEVEN PRINCIPLES OF THE COMPANY: 1. Untiring Effort for Improvement: 5.

This organization is well known for the best performance throughout the nation.2. to lend a comprehensive to this research work TIRUMALA MILK PRODUCTS PVT. the most important resources to any organization.LTD was chosen. Organization become dynamic and grows only through the efforts of their human resource. .To analyze the satisfaction level of employees with regard Training and Development 4. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY Need for the study HRD is essential for any organization that wants to be dynamic and growth oriented or to success in a fast changing environment. Scope of the study The research covers a major organization.To study the factors considered for Training 3.To suggest measures and recommendations for improvement of Training programme of employees. Objectives of the study 1.To study the present Training and Development procedure 2. Therefore.

3. of Respondents x 100 Total Respondents ‡ 1. 2.LTd.‡ ± ± ± ± Sources of Data Collection Primary Data Secondary Data Questionnaire Research Design ‡ Percentage Analysis Percentage = No. In the process of data collection some of the respondents have expressed difficulty in answering the schedule. . Limitations Certain terms used for the purpose of the study are new to the respondents as they are not in general use. The present study is confined to a sample of employes in Tirumala Milk Products PVT.

ANALYSIS & INTERPRETATION .

28%) belong to the 30-39 age groups and no respondent belong to the remaining age group. 72%) are in 2029 age groups.3.1 Age of the respondents Age 20-29 30-39 Above 40 Total Respondents 70 27 97 Percentage (%) 72 28 100 Graph 3.e.e.1 Age of the respondents Table no:3. . 27 respondents (i.1 Age of the respondents Interpretation: From the above table it is observed that out of 97 respondents. 70 respondents (i.

71 respondents (i.2 Gender of the respondents Interpretation: From the above table it is observed that out of 97 respondents. 73%) are males.e. 27%) are female group.2 Gender of the respondents Table no:3. .2 Gender of the respondents Gender No of respondents Male 71 Female 26 Total 97 Percentage (%) 73 27 100 Graph 3.e. remaining 26 respondents (i.3.

3.3 Department of the respondents Interpretation: From the above table it is observed that out of 97 respondents.e...e. 11%) are in production and the remaining 36% of the respondents are in different departments. 53%) and the 10 respondents (i. the major of respondents are in packing they are 51 (i.3 Department of the respondents Table no:3.3 Department of the respondents Department HR Production Process Packing Pre-Pack Butter & Ghee Curd Weighing Ice Cream Lab Quality Control Lab Dispatch Total No of respondents 2 10 5 51 3 2 5 2 3 4 6 4 97 Percentage (%) 2 11 5 53 3 2 5 2 3 4 6 4 100 Graph 3. .

e.80 %) are having less than 5 years experience... .5-10 years experienced respondents are 16 (i. 16%) .1115 years experienced respondents are 3 (i.4 Experience of the respondents Interpretation: From the above table it is observed that out of 97 respondents.4 Experience of the respondents Experience (Years) No of respondents Less than 5 5-10 11-15 Above 15 Total 78 16 3 97 Percentage (%) 80 17 3 100 Graph 3. 3 %) and above 15 years experienced respondents are not at all in any department..4 Experience of the respondents Table no:3.e.e.78 respondents (i.3.

C having qualification.S. .3.5 Qualification of the respondents Interpretation: From the above table it is observed that out of 97 respondents.S.e.C 31 Total 97 Percentage (%) 15 35 18 32 100 Graph 3. 35%) and 17 respondents (i.5 Qualification of the respondents Qualification No of respondents Post graduate 15 Graduate 34 Intermediate 17 S.e.e.. 18%) belong to the intermediate and remaining 31 respondents (i. 34 respondents are graduation (i.e. 15%) are post graduates.5 Qualification of the respondents Table no:3. 32%) are S. 15 respondents (i..

47respondents (i.6 Salary of the respondents Salary Rs2500-Rs5000 Rs5000-Rs10000 Above Rs10000 Total No of respondents 47 38 12 97 Percentage (%) 48 39 13 100 Graph 3.e.6 Salary of the respondents Table no:3.e.6 Salary of the respondents 60 50 Percentage 40 30 20 10 0 2500_5000 5000_10000 Salary Above 10000 13 48 39 Interpretation: From the above table it is observed that out of 97 respondents. 13%) are earning above Rs10000 salary. . 38 respondents (i.48%) earning Rs2500-Rs5000 salary.e.3.. 39%) are earning Rs5000-Rs10000 salary and remaining 12 respondents (i.

91 %) have been given training in the organization and the remaining 8 respondents (i..3. 89 respondents (i.7 Undergo any Training in the organization Table no:3.7 Training in the organization Interpretation: From the above table it is observed that out of 97 respondents.e.e.7 Undergo any Training in the organization Response Yes No Total No of respondents 89 8 97 Percentage (%) 91 9 100 Graph 3.9%) did not undergone any training in the organization. .

8 Need assessment of Training and Development program Table no:3. 89 %) are undergone the training and development program designed according to the needs and the remaining 10 respondents (i.8 Need assessment of T &D program Interpretation: From the above table it is observed that out of 97 respondents. . 87 respondents (i.e.8 Need assessment of Training and Development program Response Yes No Total No of respondents 87 10 97 Percentage (%) 89 10 100 Graph 3.. 10%) did not undergone any training and development program..3.e.

e.e.. 11 respondents (i.9 Extent of Training Parameter No of respondents To great extent 78 To some extent 11 To little extent 8 No extent 0 Total 97 Percentage (%) 80 12 8 100 Graph 3. 78 respondents (i. 12%) to some extent and little extent 8% are improved the training.9 Extent of Training Table no:3.9 Extent of Training Interpretation: From the above table it is observed that out of 97 respondents. (80%) are improved to a great extent. .3.

Only 13 respondents i.3..10 The Training and Development to gain competitive advantage Response No of respondents Percentage (%) Yes No Not at all Total 84 13 0 97 86 14 100 Graph 3.10 The T&D to gain competitive advantage Interpretation: From the above table it is observed that out of 97 respondents. (86%) of employees expressed their satisfaction with regard to the training and development seeks to gain competitive advantage through a highly skilled and flexible workforce. .e. (14%) of employees expressed their dissatisfaction. 84 respondents i.10 The Training and Development to gain competitive advantage Table no:3.e..

11 Benefits derived from Training and Development program Table no:3. by the T&D program the respondents are gained the more benefits like better understanding of the job 68 respondents (i.e.11 Benefits derived from T& D program Interpretation: From the above table it is observed that out of 97 respondents.3.Renewed Confidence27 (i.11 Benefits derived from Training and Development program Parameter Better understanding of the job Renewed Confidence Better management No benefit Total No of respondents 68 27 2 0 97 Percentage (%) 71 29 100 Graph 3. .2%) are gained more benefits from the management.e.e.71 %) .29%)and remaining respondents 2(i.

11%) by the facilities.e.12 Facilities provided for conducting T&D program Interpretation: From the above table it is observed that out of 97 respondents. 32%) are partially equipped and not equipped are 10 respondents (i. 55 respondents (i. .3.12 Facilities provided for conducting training and development program Table no:3.e. 32 respondents (i. 56%) are fully equipped by the facilities.12 Facilities provided for conducting training and development program Parameter Fully Employed Partially Not equipped Total No of respondents 55 32 10 97 Percentage (%) 56 32 11 100 Graph 3..e...

13 Duration of T& D program was good Interpretation: From the above table it is observed that out of 97 respondents. 47respondents (i. ..13 Duration of Training and Development program was good Table no:3. 48%) of the respondents expressed good with the duration of Training and Development program. 5 respondents (i.13 Duration of Training and Development program was good Parameter Good Satisfactory Poor Total No of respondents 47 45 5 97 Percentage (%) 48 46 6 100 Graph 3. 46%) are satisfactory and poor 5 respondents (i.e.e.6%) with the duration of Training and Development program.3..e.

14 Emphases on Training and Development programme Table no:3.15%) have skill and knowledge in the T&D program. 33%)have speedup. 29 respondents (i.22%) of the employees have emphases their accuracy. 32 respondents (i.3.14 Emphases on Training and Development programme Parameter Accuracy Speedup Appropriateness Have skill & knowledge Total No of respondents 21 32 29 15 97 Percentage (%) 22 33 30 15 100 Graph 3.30%) emphasized appropriateness and 15 respondents(i. .e.e.14 Emphases on T&D programme Interpretation: From the above table it is observed that out of 97 respondents.e. 21 respondents (i.e.

e.5 respondents(i.3%) are disagree and 2 respondents (i.15 Nomination procedure to the T&D Interpretation: From the above table it is observed that out of 97 respondents.e. . 54 respondents(i.e. 3 respondents(i.e.15 Nomination procedure to the Training and Development Table no:3.3.55%) are agree.e.2%) are strongly disagreed.34%) of the employees are strongly agree with regard to the nomination procedure to the T&D programme. 33 respondents (i.15 Nomination procedure to the Training and Development Parameter Strongly agree Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly Disagree Total No of respondents 33 54 5 3 2 97 Percentage (%) 34 55 6 3 2 100 Graph 3.6%) are neutral.

e.16 Adequate methodology on T&D Interpretation: From the above table it is observed that out of 97 respondents.48%) of the employees are strongly agree with regard to the methodology adopted to the T&D programme. 54 respondents(i.4%) are disagree and 3 respondents (i. 47 respondents (i.e.3.e. .7%) are neutral.6 respondents(i.55%) are agree.16 Adequate methodology on Training and Development Table no:3.e.3%) are strongly disagreed.e.16 Adequate methodology on Training and Development Parameter Strongly agree Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly Disagree Total No of respondents 47 37 6 4 3 97 Percentage (%) 48 38 7 4 3 100 Graph 3. 4 respondents(i.

6 respondents(i.e.17 Course structure on Training and Development well organized Parameter Strongly agree Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly Disagree Total No of respondents 49 37 6 3 2 97 Percentage (%) 50 39 6 3 2 100 Graph 3.17 Course structure on Training and Development well organized Table no:3.50%) of the employees are strongly agree with the course structure of the T&D programme.3%) are disagree and 2 respondents (i.e. .6%) are neutral.39%) are agree.e.e.e. 37 respondents(i. 49respondents (i.2%) are strongly disagreed.17 Course structure on T&D 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 50 39 Percentage 6 Strongly agree Agree Neutral Parameter 3 Disagree 2 Strongly Disagree Interpretation: From the above table it is observed that out of 97 respondents. 3 respondents(i.3.

4 respondents(i.18 The Training and Development imparted considering the change in job factor Parameter Strongly agree Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly Disagree Total No of respondents 64 22 5 4 2 97 Percentage (%) 66 23 5 4 2 100 Graph 3.18 The Training and Development imparted considering the change in job factor.3. .e.e. Table no:3.4%) are disagree and 2 respondents (i.e.e.e.66%) of the employees are strongly agree with T&D programme imparted considering the change in job factor. Interpretation: From the above table it is observed that out of 97 respondents.22%) are agree.18 The T&D imparted considering the change in job factor.5 respondents(i. 64respondents (i.2%) are strongly disagreed.5%) are neutral.22respondents(i.

.19 Considering the change in individuals¶ responsibility Interpretation: From the above table it is observed that out of 97 respondents.19 Considering the change in individuals¶ responsibility Parameter No of respondents Percentage (%) Strongly agree 31 32 Agree 56 58 Neutral 5 5 Disagree 3 3 Strongly Disagree 2 2 Total 97 100 Graph 3.3%) are disagree and 2 respondents (i.3.32%) of the employees are strongly agree with T&D programme imparted considering the change in individuals responsibility . 31respondents (i.e.5 respondents(i.5%) are neutral.58%) are agree.2%) are strongly disagreed.19 Considering the change in individuals¶ responsibility. Table no:3.e.e.e. 3respondents(i.e.56 respondents(i.

42 respondents(i.2%) are strongly disagreed.3%) are disagree and 2 respondents (i.e. .e.20 Duration of Training and Development Table no:3.3.20 Duration of Training and Development Parameter Strongly agree Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly Disagree Total No of respondents 43 42 5 4 3 97 Percentage (%) 44 43 6 4 3 100 Graph 3.5 respondents(i.e.20 Duration of Training and Development Interpretation: From the above table it is observed that out of 97 respondents.44%) of the employees are strongly agree with the duration of T&D program .43%) are agree. 3respondents(i.e. 43 respondents (i.6%) are neutral.e.

39 respondents(i.e.21 Quality of the course material was good Interpretation: From the above table it is observed that out of 97 respondents. 52 respondents (i.21 Quality of the course material was good Parameter Strongly agree Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly Disagree Total No of respondents 51 39 4 2 1 97 Percentage (%) 53 40 4 2 1 100 Graph 3.e.e.53%) of the employees are strongly agree with the quality material of T&D program . Quality of the course material was good Table no:3.2%) are disagree and 1 respondents (i. .3.1%) are strongly disagreed.40%) are agree.e. 2respondents(i.e.21.4 respondents(i.4%) are neutral.

e.22 Training and Development program was sufficient Table no:3.2%) are disagree and 1 respondents (i.41 respondents(i. .1%) are strongly disagreed. 2respondents(i.22 Training and Development program was sufficient Parameter Strongly agree Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly Disagree Total No of respondents 62 29 3 2 1 97 Percentage (%) 64 30 4 2 1 100 Graph 3.53%) of the employees are strongly agree with the quality material of T&D program.42%) are agree.4 respondents(i. 52 respondents (i.4%) are neutral.3.21 T&D was sufficient Interpretation: From the above table it is observed that out of 97 respondents.e.e.e.e.

15respondents (i. 20%) are through simulation exercise of T&D program.e. 16%) are through case study and 19 respondents (i.23 Training techniques used by the trainer Parameter Lecture method Case study Simulation exercise Total No of respondents 63 15 19 97 Percentage (%) 64 16 20 100 Rank 1 3 2 Graph 3.e. 63 respondents (i. .23 Training techniques used by the trainer Interpretation: From the above table it is observed that out of 97 respondents. 64%) of the employees are trained through lecture method.3.23 Training techniques used by the trainer Table no:3.e.

4%) are disagree and 2 respondents (i.e.5 respondents(i. .e.e.24 The T & D program increase the productivity Interpretation: From the above table it is observed that out of 97 respondents.5%) are neutral.24 The Training and Development program increase the productivity Table no:3. 45 respondents (i.2%) are strongly disagreed.41 respondents(i.43%) are agree.e.e.24 The Training and Development program increase the productivity Parameter Strongly agree Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly Disagree Total No of respondents 45 41 5 4 2 97 Percentage (%) 46 43 5 4 2 100 Graph 3.46%) of the employees are strongly agree with the increase of T&D program .3. 4respondents(i.

FINIDINGS .

3% of respondents are in 11-15 years of experience and above 15 years experienced respondents are not at all in any department. 91% of respondents have been given training in the organization and the remaining 9% of respondents did not undergo any training in the organization. and remaining 28% of respondents are in 30-39 years of age.S. ‡It is found that out of 97 respondents. 80 % of respondents are having less than 5 years experience. 10%) did not undergone any training and development program.C having qualification. the 11% of respondents are in production and the remaining 36% of the respondents are in different departments. ‡It is found that out of 97 respondents.‡It is found that out of 97 respondents. ‡It is found that out of 97 respondents. ‡It is found that out of 97 respondents. ‡It is found that out of 97 respondents. 72% of respondents are in 20-29 years of age. 39% of respondents are earning Rs5000-Rs10000 salary and remaining 13% of respondents are earning above Rs10000 salary. ‡It is found that out of 97 respondents. 89% of respondents are undergone the training and development program designed according to the needs and the remaining 10 % of respondents (i.e. 48% of respondents are earning Rs2500-Rs5000 salary. ‡It is found that out of 97 respondents. 35% of respondents are graduates and 18% of respondents belong to the intermediate and remaining 32% respondents are S. Only 14% of respondents of employees expressed their dissatisfaction. ‡It is found that out of 97 respondents. 16% of respondents are in 5-10 years of experience. ‡It is found that out of 97 respondents. 15% of respondents are post graduates. 86% of respondents of employees expressed their satisfaction with regard to the training and development seeks to gain competitive advantage through a highly skilled and flexible workforce. 53% of respondents are in packing.. . 80% of respondents are improved to a great extent. 73% of respondents are males and remaining 27% of respondents are female group. 12% of respondents to some extent and little extent 8% are improved the training.

33% of respondents have speedup. 55% respondents are agree. 4% of respondents are disagree and 3% of respondents are strongly disagreed. ‡It is found that out of 97 respondents.6% of respondents are neutral. 3% of respondents are disagree and 2% of respondents are strongly disagreed. 34% of respondents of the employees are strongly agree with regard to the nomination procedure to the T&D program me.5% of respondents are neutral.‡It is found that out of 97 respondents. Renewed Confidence29% and remaining 2% of respondents are gained more benefits from the management. 22% of respondents of the employees have emphases their accuracy. . by the T&D program the respondents are gained the more benefits like better understanding of the job 71% of respondents.22% of respondents are agree. 3% of respondents are disagree and 2% of respondents are strongly disagreed. and 32% of respondents are partially equipped and not equipped are 11% of respondents by the facilities. 4% of respondents are disagree and 2% of respondents are strongly disagreed. emphasized appropriateness and 15% of respondents have skill and knowledge in the T&D program. 48% of respondents of the respondents expressed good with the duration of Training and Development program. ‡It is found that out of 97 respondents. 56% of respondents are fully equipped by the facilities. ‡It is found that out of 97 respondents. ‡It is found that out of 97 respondents.7% of respondents are neutral. 39% of respondents are agree. ‡It is found that out of 97 respondents. 55% of respondents are agree. 46% of respondents are satisfactory and poor 6% of respondents with the duration of Training and Development program.6 % of respondents are neutral. 66% of respondents of the employees are strongly agree with T&D programme imparted considering the change in job factor. 30% of respondents. ‡It is found that out of 97 respondents. ‡It is found that out of 97 respondents. 48% of respondents of the employees are strongly agree with regard to the methodology adopted to the T&D programmed. 50% of respondents of the employees are strongly agree with the course structure of the T&D programme.

16% of respondents are through case study and 20% of respondents are through simulation exercise of T&D program. 53% of respondents of the employees are strongly agree with the quality material of T&D program .6% of respondents are neutral.5% of respondents are neutral. ‡It is found that out of 97 respondents.58% of respondents are agree. 2% of respondents are disagree and 1 % of respondents are strongly disagreed.4% of respondents are neutral. .43% of respondents are agree.5% of respondents are neutral.5% of respondents are neutral.42% of respondents are agree. 3% of respondents are disagree and 2% of respondents are strongly disagreed. ‡It is found that out of 97 respondents. 4% of respondents are disagree and 2% of respondents are strongly disagreed. ‡It is found that out of 97 respondents.‡It is found that out of 97 respondents. 64% of the employees are trained through lecture method.43% of respondents are agree.43% of respondents are agree. ‡It is found that out of 97 respondents. 46% of the employees are strongly agree with the increase of T&D program . 2% of respondents are disagree and 1% of respondents are strongly disagreed. 46% of respondents of the employees are strongly agree with the increase of T&D program.4% of respondents are neutral. ‡It is found that out of 97 respondents.40% of respondents are agree. 3% of respondents are disagree and 2% of respondents are strongly disagreed. 44% of respondents of the employees are strongly agree with the duration of T&D program . ‡It is found that out of 97 respondents. 32% of respondents of the employees are strongly agree with T&D programme imparted considering the change in individuals responsibility . 53% of respondents of the employees are strongly agree with the quality material of T&D program . 4% of respondents are disagree and 2% of respondents are strongly disagreed.

5. Training programmes may be imported a manner in which it can be practically implemented in the organization. policies. present and future plans of the company may be job oriented. 3. In view of the response to the nomination procedure. 4. 2. This will give a feeling of importance to the employee and also enable the organization to cover the training programmers' based on their need and requirements. Contents of the training may include more about the products. . Organization should try to deal with resistance to change exhibited by employees.SUGGESTIONS 1. it will be ideal to contact the employees before they are selected. Employees should be train how to learn. Training programmes may be conducted frequently and for longer period stressing on job skills and interpersonal skills. More training programmes may be conducted in the field of computers due to increase technological changes. 6.

I learnt the practical implications of a training programme. it should try to concentrate not just on technical skills but also on personality development. . Employees at TMPPL are satisfied with the training program at TMPPL but if organization desires to have improved response from employees. Employees should learn how to survive in the present competitive environment. While doing the project.CONCLUSION It was good learning session for me during my tenure with the company. I got practical exposure to study the effectiveness of the changes brought in the training program at TIRUMALA MILK PRODUCTS PVT LTD.

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