Employees Perception for Training and Development Practices in Banking Sector

Ms. Jaspreet Kaur .


Human resource is the backbone of any organization. Properly trained and highly developed human resource is perceived as the greatest asset of an organization. Trained personnel contribute to the efficiency, growth, increased productivity and market reputation of an enterprise. Organizations need to realize and strategically train and manage the resource for a sustainable growth in the present uncertain environment. Past research studies on training and development programmes indicate that appropriate training delivery and methodology is crucial decision, the trainers have to make to yield optimum result. This has been realized by industrial, commercial, research establishments and even government institutions. In this context present paper is an endeavour to look into the functioning of training delivery and methodology as perceived by the employees in the public sector banks as well as private sector .This paper also makes an attempt to outline the various objectives of bank training, methods and sources used in banks for identifying training needs, aspects which are emphasized more by banks while imparting training to employees and benefits of bank training to employees. Moreover the level of satisfaction of bank officials over the training and development programmes are also measured.


Efficiency, Private Sector Banks, Productivity, Public Sector Banks, Satisfaction, Sustainable growth, Training and Development.

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