Volume 18, No. 6, 2021

Economy And Benefits Of Training & Development Process At Public Sector In India

Dr. Mayanka Sharma


Training now a days is an integral part of an organisation. The organisation may be commercial or non-commercial one. It is equally important and essential not only for employers but also for employees because individual goals and organisational goals cannot be achieved without desirable employees’ performance. Training is essential in the present time due to technological, social, business, economical and other changes. Employees as well as organisations have to cope with these changes. Imparting training to the employees and deriving benefits is the primary objective of employer so that the organisation can achieve at least standard performance from the employees if not additional output. Also satisfying the needs of the employees with ease, timeliness, convenience, service etc. is most important for the success and growth of any business. Employer is concerned not only for providing training to the employees for skill development and improved performance but he is more concerned about the cost of training. The economy involved in a implementing a training program is the prime concern of an organisation. Scientific tools, software, management tools, methods, models are being used by the organisations to impart training at a controllable cost. Training is intended to understand where the organisation is at present and where it wants to reach through improved performance of its employees. The present paper focuses on how Rajasthan state electric board of India Limited imparts training to its employees economically through need based training and thereafter draws benefits from the trainings provided. The findings of the study reveal that Rajasthan state electric board of India Limited is imparting need based training to its employees with good economy.

Pages: 4092-4107

Keywords: Training, need based training, benefits, controllable cost, economy.

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