English, Article edition: Effectiveness of the Training and Development Programme in improving the HRD: A CPCL Experience Velmurugan P. S.; Senthamil Raja A.; Palanichamy P.

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  • Effectiveness of the Training and Development Programme in improving the HRD: A CPCL Experience
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  • Velmurugan P. S.
  • Senthamil Raja A.
  • Palanichamy P.
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  • Training is the periscope to see the future. It is intended to identify the future of the organization to develop and steer them to where they belong. Development creates generalists and helps people to think strategically, even when their present jobs do not call for such thinking. It pushes and stretches people beyond their present function. Hence this paper attempts to study the effectiveness of training and development programme taking the Chennai Petroleum Corporation Limited, Chennai as sample. The perceptions of the employees’ performance before the training programmes and after the training programmes were measured. Apart from it, whether the company was really interested in providing training programmes to the employee’s equip the trainers with latest technologies were also measured. The results depicted that due importance was given to the training and also the employees said that the trainers were well equipped. The majority of the employees suggested that the training programmes had helped them to do the job in a better way. Thus it had been concluded that the programmes had increased the level of satisfaction of the employees in discharging their duties, even though a small section of the employees differing with the majority. By and large, it had been effective in developing the human resources in Chennai petroleum corporation limited (CPCL), Chennai.
  • RePEc:mgn:journl:v:2:y:2009:i:7:a:8
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