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Training has become a major growth industry in recent years. Every organization needs to have well trained and experienced people to perform the activities that have to be done. In rapidly changing society employee training is not only an activity that is desirable but also an activity that an organization must commit resources to if it is to maintain a viable and !nowledge wor!force. "lanned development training programme will return values to the organization in terms of increased productivity heightened morale reduced costs and greater organizational stability and flexibility to adapt to changing external re#uirements. Such programmes and assignments that can add up to lifelong careers. Training is a learning experience which see!s a relatively permanent change in an individual that will improve his or her ability to perform the job. $e typically say training can involve the changing of s!ills !nowledge attitudes or social behavior. It may mean changing what employees !now how they wor! or their interactions with their co%wor!ers or their supervisors. Training is the systematic development of the !nowledge s!ills and attitudes re#uired by an individual to perform ade#uately a given tas! or jobs. Training can involve learning of various !inds and in various situations i.e. on the job off the job in the company or outside the company. It can involve the use of many techni#ues li!e demonstration practice coaching guided reading lectures discussions case studies role playing assignments projects group exercises programmed learning seminars

wor!shops games #uizzes etc.

These techni#ues can be deployed by many people

specially by company Trainers &anagers Supervisors colleagues or External Trainers and Educationists.


The study covers '(( respondents. The study covers whether the training programmes conducted by the organistion is useful for its overall development i.e. Individual development and organizational development. The study benefits for the employees and management for further changes in the programmes for their improvement.


To measure the impact of training programmes and their effectiveness in State Ban! of India To find out the improvement of the employees wor! s!ills based upon the training programmes. To find out whether the employee is benefited from the training programmes. To get feed bac! on the Training "rogrammes of State Ban! of India To !now about the evaluation process of training programme.

In any study of research a proper reason of analysis is essential for reaching the goal or an effective solution to the problem. This reasoning can be done in a research study with the help of research methodology. )esearch methodology is a way to systematically solve the problem. It may be understood as a science of studying how research is done scientifically. The present study is on *E++E,TI-E.ESS /+ T)0I.I.1 ")/1)0& $IT2 S"E,I03 )E+E)E.,E T/ ST0TE B0.4 /+ I.5I0 ,/I&B0T/)E6. The research was done to find out the training program provided in the company is effective and useful to set the goals to achieve their objectives. Sample Size The Sample constituted of '(( Employees form State Ban! of India S!"#e$ De%i&' The survey is based on the primary source of data. Three methods of primary data were selected to conduct the study i.e. 7uestionnaire /bservation and "ersonal Interviews methods. Since the statements in the 7uestionnaire and Schedule were #ualitative they are #uantified on a three%point to Six%point Scale. )espondents are as!ed to tic! mar! the appropriate scope on a four%point or six%point continuum. Me()*+ *, Sampli'& There are many sample methods to collect data. The sampling method used is convenient sampling. S*!"-e% *, +a(a

The data has been collected from both "rimary and Secondary sources for the research wor!. P"ima"$ Da(a The primary data is collected with the help of #uestions which consists of closed ended #uestions. The #uestionnaire is chosen for of its simplicity and reliability. )esearchers can expect a straight answer which is directly related to the #uestions as!ed. Interpretation of data under this can also be done correctly. It helps the responded to understand the significance and answer reliability. In this method response rate and reliability is higher. In addition to this the data is collected through observation method and personal interview. Se-*'+a"$ Da(a Secondary data is collected through the document provided by "ersonnel 5epartment such as training schedules personnel manuals reports regarding scheme etc. relevant boo!s from various authors on 2)5 magazines journals and other reports. S(a(i%(i-al (**l% !%e+ The design tool used to analyze the data is "ercentage method. The method is very simple to analyze the data Da(a A'al$%i% The data which was collected from the respondents through a structured #uestionnaire was organized processed and tabulated on a data sheet. Separate tables were furnished under specific headings. They were analyzed with the help of statistical analysis techni#ues in order to interpret the data and draw conclusions.