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Gujarathi, Dr. Rajashree; Wankhede,, Manik M (2012)
Publisher: Journal Of Business Management & Social Sciences Research
Journal: Journal Of Business Management & Social Sciences Research
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: management; Human Resource Management, Evaluation, Assessment, Objectives, Training Program, Monitoring
Training is one of the important or we can say that most pervasive method for enhancing the ability of individuals and communicating organizational goals to new personnel, given importance and impact of training on organization and expenditure associated either the development or implementation of training.This is also important that training is used as continuously run process, further modern technology and its related charges, automation, require updating the skill and knowledge, but it is also important to justify the financial investment in the training and development programs.The paper attempts to study the variety of sources on evaluation of training and its subsystems in the municipal councils by using statically methods. The study is based on literature on the subject. The paper also analyze the evaluation of training
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