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CHAPTER - 1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1.1 TOPIC IN BRIEF:

Topic of the Project is Training and Development in Workforce India. 1.2 REASON FOR SELECTION OF TOPIC: The Main reason of selecting the topic is for the fulfillment of the course. The second reason is to analyze the effectiveness of training and development programme of Workforce India. This study also gives a detailed overview on the concept of Training and Development. 1.3 IMPORTANCE OF TOPIC TO THE COMPANY: This project is important for the company to improve its training and development policy. This study will also help the company to improve and make changes in its training and development strategy. 1.4 LEARNINGS FROM THE STUDY:

I have understood the benefits of good training programme. I learned ways to provide more effective training. I have also analyzed the training an development process of Workforce India.

CHAPTER - 2 ORGANIZATION PROFILE

ORGANIZATION PROFILE
2.1 PROFILE

2.2 VISION 2.3 MISSION


2.4 SERVICES OFFERED: 2.5 ACHIEVEMENTS:

CHAPTER 3 LITERATURE REVIEW

LITERATURE REVIEW

CHAPTER - 4 RESEARCH OBJECTIVIES & SCOPE OF RESEARCH PROJECT

4.1 OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY 4.2 SCOPE OF THE RESEARCH PROJECT


This study will help the researcher & company to analyze the effectiveness of training and development policy of the company. This study is also helpful for the company to improve its training and development process.

CHAPTER - 5 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY & LIMITATIONS

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY & LIMITATIONS


5.1 RESEARCH DESIGN: The Research is Descriptive Research. In the present Research I have collected data through Survey of 30 employees. 5.2 HYPOTHESIS: Null Hypothesis Alternate HypothesisTraining and Development Programme of Workforce India is not effective. Training and Development Programme of Workforce India is effective. 5.3 SAMPLING PLAN Convenient Sampling Method is used because the list of the customers was provided by the company. 5.4 SAMPLE SIZE: 30 employees. 5.5 DATA COLLECTION: Both Primary & Secondary Data was used. Primary data is collected through survey with the help of questionnaire. Secondary data is collected through websites & published sources. 5.6 RESEARCH LIMITATIONS The respondents were limited and cannot be treated as the whole population. The respondents may be biased. The accuracy of indications given by the respondents may not be consider adequate
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CHAPTER - 6 DATA ANLYSIS, INTERPRETATION AND PRESENTATION

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CHAPTER - 7 CONCLUSION & SUGGESTIONS

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CHAPTER - 8 LIMITATIONS

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LIMITATIONS
The respondents were limited and cannot be treated as the whole population. The respondents may be biased. The accuracy of indications given by the respondents may not be consider adequate

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

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ANNEXURE

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