Assessment of Training Effectiveness at Govt. Schools in Nilgris District
Assistant Professor, PG & Research Department of Commerce (CA)
Hindusthan College of Arts & Science, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India
PG and Research Department of Commerce with Computer Applications,
Hindusthan College of Arts and Science (A), Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India
Volume 6, Special Issue 1, December 2017, ISSN: 2320-4168, Pages: 56-60
Now-a-days, training is a logical and scheduled process of instructing and providing learning practice in order to bring enhancement in employees presentation and enable them to make their contribution in superior portion in meeting the objectives and goals of an organization. Patel (1946) has rightly recognized in his studies training as a means of refining human prospective and increasing the efficiency of personnel. Further, Mello (2001) came with somewhat similar conclusion stating that if an organization has invested in training its workforce, it then makes a sense to develop them in such a way so as to put to use their skills and talents.
Few organizations think training suitably fundamental to their business, the great majorities do not see it as an issue of major importance but as an overhead which can be cut when revenues are under pressure (Cooper & Lybrand, 1985). In India, though the government, trade unions and political parties exhort organizations to put training high on schema for a greater economic advantage, evidence that the organizations are increasingly investing in human resource by way of training is deficient.
Teaching, Trainees, Assessment etc.