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Effectiveness of Teachers Training and Development - A Demographical Study

Author Affiliations

  • 1 Institute of Management Studies, DAVV University, Indore, MP, INDIA

Res. J. Management Sci., Volume 3, Issue (1), Pages 6-9, January,6 (2014)

Abstract

Training includes any effort within the organization to teach, instruct, coach, and develop employees in technical skills, knowledge, techniques and attitude towards the organization. Training is also an act of increasing the knowledge and skills for a specified job. Every organization irrespective of their size or nature of operation, need to provide training to its employees at various stages of their career. Training requires to identify the training needs of the individual, designing suitable training programs to eliminate the gaps in knowledge, skills or attitude, conducting training programs and evaluating the effectiveness of the program. The aim of this research is to find out the effectiveness of the training programs conducted the school teachers of Indore. Many workshops and seminars are organized for the teachers but how many are effective for the development of the students and the teachers? The study is conducted to find out the differences in the perception of the teachers towards training effectiveness and to explore the training methods used in the teaching. Data is collected through a questionnaire and descriptive statistics to analyze the data.

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