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BLUEPRINT FOR FINAL PLACEMENTS PREPARATION

BUCKET 1- TALENT ACQUISITON AND MANAGEMENT

1. HUMAN RESOURCE PLANNING (HRP)


Reference Book- Human Resource Planning by D.K. Bhattacharya
Chapters and Topics
Chapter 4- Human Resource Planning- Pg 75
 Defining HRP- Pg77
 Activities required for HRP/Manpower planning- Pg 78
 Steps in HRP/Manpower planning – Pg 79
 Objectives of HRP – Pg 82
 Manpower demand forecasting- Pg82
 Macro and micro human resource planning- Pg 84
 Macro level manpower planning models and techniques- Pg 87

Chapter 5- Human Resource Planning Process- Pg 101


 HRP process outline- Pg 103
 Time scale of HRP forecasts- Pg 106
 Analysis of workload factors- Pg 107
 Quantitative tools for Manpower Forecasts- Pg 109
 Manpower planning models- Pg 118
 Replacement theory – Pg 130

Chapter 7- Job Analysis, Job Description and Job Evaluation- Pg 177


 Job analysis-Pg 179
 Job questionnaire – Pg 181
 Job descriptions- Pg 182
 Job specifications- Pg 182
 Job evaluation- Pg 185
 Job design- Pg 187
 Job Assessment- Pg 188
 Work Measurement- Pg 196
2. RECRUITMENT SELECTION AND HIRING (RSH)
Reference Book- Employee Selection in Human Resource Management by Barrick
Gatewood (Cengage Publication)
Chapters and Topics
Chapter 3- Measurement and Theory in Selection- Pg 65
 Standardization of selection measurement- Pg 76
 Interpreting scores on selection measures- Pg 90

Chapter 4- Measurement and Reliability in Selection – Pg 96


 What is reliability- Pg 96
 Interpreting reliability coefficients- Pg 118

Chapter 5- Measurement and Validity in Selection – Pg 134


 An overview of validity- Pg 134
 Content validity strategy- Pg 137
 Criterion related validation strategies- Pg 148
 Construct validation strategy- Pg 156

Chapter 7- Identification of Knowledge, Skills and Abilties- Pg 225


 Job analysis- A definition and Role in HR selection- Pg 225
 Job analysis interviews- Pg 233
 Job analysis questionnaires- Pg 239
 Critical incident technique- pg 246
 Incorporating job analysis results in selection measures – Pg 250
 Identifying employee specifications- 250

Chapter 8- Attracting Applicants- Pg 281


 Recruitment and Selection – Pg 281
 Other factors affecting the attracting of applicants- Pg 299

Chapter 9- The Application Process- Pg 305


 Application form and bio-data assessment- Pg 305
 Evaluating application blanks as predictors
Chapter 10- The Interview Process- Pg 368
 The nature and role of the interview in selection- 369
 Evaluating interviews as predictors- Pg 379
 Discrimination and the interview- Pg 382
 A model of interviewer decision making- Pg 387
 Recommendations for sung the interview- Pg 397

3. COMPETENCY MAPPING AND ASSESSMENT CENTERS (CMAC)


Reference Book- Handouts given by Prof. Andrew Dutta and class notes
Additional Reference- Competency based HRM- A Strategic resource for competency
mapping, ADC by Ganesh Shermon (Single copy available in XUB Library. Book Call
no -973, Access no – 658.3 SHE)
Chapters and Topics
 Definition of Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
 Defining Competency
 Difference between competency and competence
 Components of competency – Hay’s Model
 Components of competency- TVRLS Model
 Competency Classification
 Competency model
 Competency framework
 Competency cluster and cluster competency
 Meta-competency
 The process of competency mapping
 Key Result Areas (KRA), Key Performance Areas (KPA), Key Performance Indicator
 Job Role and Designation
 Critical Success Factors
 Assessment Centre, Development Centre and Assessment Development Centre
 Competency assessment tools
 Tool competency matrix
 The assessment process
 Components of report writing- KPMG model
 Art of giving feedback- BISA model
 Universal competency assessment model (UCAM)
4. PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (PMS)
Reference Book- HBR articles sent by me
Chapters and Topics
 The balanced score card- Measures that drive Performance (HBR article by
Robert.S.Kaplan and David.P.Norton – Jan-Feb 1992 issue)
 Getting 360 Degree Feedback right (HBR article by Mauri Peiperl – Jan 2001 issue)

5. COMPENSATION AND REWARD MANAGEMENT (CRM)


Reference book- Immersion course by Mr.Nishith Mohanty (6 sessions)-All relevant
material and class notes
Chapters and Topics
 Hay’s Method of Job Evaluation
 Executive compensation design
 Taxation of salaries
 Designing a flexible benefit plan (FBP) for tax saving
 Calculation of performance related pay (PRP)
 Concept of reward management (brief outline only)

5. LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT (LND)


Reference book- Effective Training- Systems, Strategies and Practices by
P.Nick.Blanchard (Pearson Publcations).
Slides provided by Prof. Tania Rath
Chapters and Topics
Chapter 4- Need Analysis- Pg 94
 Why conduct a training need analysis- Pg 95
 Why to conduct a TNA?
 The TNA model – Pg 97
 The framework for conducting a TNA- Pg 101
 Output of TNA- Pg 127
 Approaches to TNA- Pg 129
 TNA and design- Pg 137

Chapter 5- Training Design- Pg 150


 Introduction to the design training- Pg 150
 Organisational constraints- Pg 152
 Developing objectives- Pg 158
 Why use training objectives ? – Pg 163
 Facilitation of learning- focus on trainee – Pg 165
 Facilitation of learning- focus on training design – Pg 174
 Facilitation of learning- focus on training – Pg 186

Chapter 6- Traditional Training Methods- Pg 206


 Lectures and demonstrations- Pg 207
 Gamings and simulations- Pg 217
 On the job training- Pg 234
 Summary of methods and when to use them- Pg 244

Chapter 7- Electronic Training Methods – Pg 259


 Electronic training and its component- Pg 260
 ET design and development- Pg 272

Chapter 8- Development and Implementation of Training- Pg284


 Development of training- Pg 286
 Implementation – Pg 300
 Transfer of Training- Pg 312

Chapter 9- Evaluation of Training- Pg 324


 KirkPatrik’s Model (Refer slides)
 Philips Model

Content from Slides


 Gagne Briggs- Nine Events of Instruction (Training design and delivery part 2-
Slide no 16 and 17)
 Experiential learning model (Training Implementation – Slide no 5 and 6)
 Training effectiveness model (Transfer of training- Slide no 19)
BUCKET 2- BEHVIORAL SCIENCES
1. ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR –I
Reference book- Notes given by Prof. F.M. Sahoo and ORGB Book (Cengage
Publication)
Chapters and Topics
Chapter 5- Motivaion at work – Pg 94
 Motivation and work behaviour- Pg 95
 Theory X and Theory Y – Pg 98
 McClelland’s Need Theory- Pg 99
 Herzberg’s two factor theory- Pg 100
 Expectancy Theory- Pg 106
 ERG theory- Pg 98

Chapter 12- Leadership – Pg 230


 Early trait theories- Pg 232
 Behavioral theories- Pg 233
 Contigency Theories- Pg 236
 Recent Leadership Theories- Pg 240
 Transactional leadership- Pg 240
 Transformational leadership (Refer from Google Search)

Content from handouts provided by Prof. F.M. Sahoo


Personality
 MBTI
 Type A and Type B personality
 Various methods of determining personality
 Trait theory
 Big- Five Personality Model (OCEAN)
 Johari Window
Learning
 Classical Learning
 Operant or Conditonal learning
 Social learning
 Pavlov’s experiments
 Bandura’s experiments
 Skinner’s experiments
2. ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR- III
Reference books- HBR Articles sent by me and Google
Chapters and Topics
 Organization Culture- Hofstede’s Dimensions (Refer Google)
 Organization Culture- Edward Hall’s Model (Refer Google)
 Organization Culture- Lewis Model (Refer Google)
 Organization Structure- (Note on organization structure- HBR article by
Prof.Nitin Vohra, Rev June 30 1995)

3. BUCKET 3- LABOUR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS


Reference Books- Industrial Laws by N.D. Kapoor and Labour and Industrial Laws by
P. K. Padhi
Slides given by Prof. Narayan Chandra Sarangi and Handouts given by Prof. V.Nagraj
Chapter and Topics
 Factories Act – Section- wise detailed study (Refer N.D.Kapoor)
 Industrial dispute Act (IDA) – Detailed section wise study with special focus on
Section 9- Notice of Change and Section 33- Regulating powers of employers
regarding action against misconduct and changing of service conditions ( Refer
handouts given by Prof. V. Nagraj
 Contract Labour Regulation and Abolition Act (CLRA) - Detailed study with
focus on Section 10- Abolition of Contract Labour ( Refer slides given by Prof.
Narayan Sarangi)
 Industrial Employment and Standing Order Act (IESO) - Detailed study with
special focus on Model employment standing order and process of domestic enquiry
(Refer handouts given by Prof. V. Nagraj and LLA handouts)
 Social Security Legislations ( Refer slides given by Prof. Narayan Sarangi)
(a) Employee State Insurance Act (ESIC)
(b) Provident Fund, Gratuity and Pension
(c) Employee Compensation Act (ECA)

BUCKET 4- ADVANCED PREPARATION


 Talent Management (Required for organizations coming after Mid November 2017)
 Organization Behavior- II – Team dynamics and Negotiation skills

ALL THE BEST FOR XUBERANCE-2018 !!