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Volume & Issue no: Volume 5, Issue 2, February 2016

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Title:
An Empirical Study of Training & Development (at BEML LIMITED, K.G.F. Complex with Special Emphasis on Training Needs)
Author Name:
Mr. Syed Afroz Ahmed
Abstract:
ABSTRACT In an ever changing and fast paced corporate world, training and development is an indispensable function, as such, the turn of the century has seen increased focus on Training & Development complementing Philip Kotler (Marketing Management Author) view that “In today’s competitive world one must run faster to stay in the same place”. Training & Development comes handy to acquire new skills, sharpen existing ones, perform better, increase productivity and be better leaders. Since an Organization is the sum total of what employees achieve individually, organizations should do everything in their power to ensure that employees perform at their best / peak for Organization Success. Yes, my topic is also connected to Training & Development only. I have sincerely attempted to offer a brief introduction on Training & Development in BEML LIMITED, a Public Sector Undertaking, how the Training need is identified, have illustrated the Training System, briefed the preamble of Training requirement in general and EM Division in particular,. With my limited knowledge, I have evaluated the Training & Development needs of viz. 1) Executives 2) Workmen 3) Diploma/ITI Trainees 4) Casual Labours and have also illustrated how each of this category Training needs are met. Keywords: Training, Development, Requirements, Officers, Workmen.
Cite this article:
Mr. Syed Afroz Ahmed , " An Empirical Study of Training & Development (at BEML LIMITED, K.G.F. Complex with Special Emphasis on Training Needs)" , International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering & Management (IJAIEM) , Volume 5, Issue 2, February 2016 , pp. 143-147 , ISSN 2319 - 4847.
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