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Set 1

Q. Training and Development leads to improve and more


positive attitudes towards profit orientation.
(a) Decision
(b) Attitude
(c) Profitability
(d) None of these

Q. Training and Development helps in improving the health and
safety of the organization thus preventing obsolescence.
(a) Quality
(b) Morale
(c) Image
(d) obsolescence

Q. ..helps in inculcating the sense of team work, team spirit,
and inter-team collaborations.
(a) Productivity
(b) Team spirit
(c) Development
(d) Training

Q. Training and Development helps in optimizing the utilization of
human resource
(a) True
(b) All of the above
(c) False
(d) None of the above





Q. ..contributes to the organizations competitive position
by ensuring that the employees have the necessary competencies
to meet strategic performance demands and assisting in the
removal of barriers to desired performance.
(a) Training strategy
(b) Organization
(c) Role play
(d) All of these

Q. Classroom Instruction , Self-Directed Learning , Simulated/Real
Work Settings are aids of:
(a) Development
(b) Training
(c) Reinforcement
(d) Vestibule Training

Q. Classical Training system consists of:
(a) Person analysis
(b) Development
(c) Training objectives
(d) None of these

Q. .. refers to the content, methods, material etc. used for
purpose of imparting training.
(a) Needs analysis
(b) Learning objectives
(c) Learning environment
(d) Training design

Q. Skill enhancement processes and activities designed to provide
learners with the knowledge and skills needed for their present
jobs is called:
(a) Training
(b) Development
(c) Reinforcement
(d) Assessment

Set 2
Q. A .. is a trainers detailed description of the course of
instruction for an individual lesson.
(a) Lesson plan
(b) Trainee
(c) performer
(d) All of these

Q. The situation in which new models of behavior are explored and
tested.
(a) Unfreezing
(b) Refreezing
(c) Freezing
(d) Changing

Q. is inquiry or research in the context of focused efforts to
improve the quality of an organization and its performance.
(a) Data gathering
(b) Forming hypotheses
(c) Collaborative inquiry
(d) Action Research

Q. The team approach is called :
(a) Data gathering
(b) Forming hypotheses
(c) Collaborative inquiry
(d) Action Research

Q. It is the art and science of helping adults to learn.
(a) Pedagogy
(b) Learning curve
(c) Andragogy
(d) Training

Q. Learning Styles are
(a) Listening learners
(b) Seeing learners
(c) Touch / experience learners
(d) All of these

Q. A theory that argues that behavior follows stimuli in a
realatively unthinking manner.
(a) Classical conditioning
(b) Operant conditioning
(c) Behaviourism
(d) Shaping behavior



Q. A type of conditioning in which an individual responds to some
stimulus that would not ordinarily produce such a response.
(a) Classical conditioning
(b) Operant conditioning
(c) Social Learning Theory
(d) Shaping behavior

Q. Permanent change in behaviour as a result of experience is
called:
(a) Development
(b) learning
(c) Skill
(d) Environment

Q. Successful workers and managers usually display:
(a) Leadership skills
(b) Motivation
(c) Loyalty
(d) All of these

Set 3
Q. . mean infrastructure required for training programs.
(a) Aids
(b) Facilities
(c) Simulation
(d) Classroom

Q. The AV aids can be grouped under:
(a) Static
(b) Dynamic
(c) a & b both
(d) Projectors

Q. .. Electronically carries both a picture and a sound
track.
(a) Videotapes
(b) Overhead projectors
(c) Posters
(d) Flipcharts

Q. Flip Charts are useful as they:
(a) Help the speaker proceed through the material
(b) Convey information
(c) Provide the audience with something to look at in addition to the
speaker
(d) All of these

Q. ROI stands for
(a) Return on investment
(b) Record of investment
(c) Recess on investment
(d) None of these

Q. Main purposes of training evaluation are:
(a) Feedback
(b) Research
(c) Control
(d) All of these

Q. MDP refers to:
(a) Management Development Programmes
(b) Managerial Development Programmes
(c) Managers Development Programmes
(d) All of these

Q. Vocational schools, institutions,Export promotion councils,
commodity boards, community polytechnics, extension,
universities, NGOs, professional bodies and associations, Chambers
of commerce and Industries, are:
(a) Training institutions
(b) Centers
(c) Schools
(d) Management schools

Q. In the modern era as..and competition increase
training systems have to change focus.
(a) Industrialization
(b) Commercialization
(c) Globalization
(d) None of these

Q. Human resource management is a process of bringing people
and organizations together so that the goals of each other are met
(a) True
(b) none of the above
(c) False
(d) all of the above
Q. The term.. refers to people in the organization who can
be counted on to champion the change to their departments and
peers.
(a) Trainer
(b) Change Agent
(c) People
(d) Trainee

Q. ..is the art or science of being a teacher or trainer.
(a) Pedagogy
(b) Andragogy
(c) Association
(d) Development

Q. Transference is most likely to occur in the following situations:
(a) Association
(b) Similarity
(c) Degree of original learning
(d) All of these

Q. Knowledge of learning results is called:
(a) Reward
(b) Reinforcement
(c) Feedback
(d) Extinction

Q. Elements of learning are:
(a) motivation
(b) reinforcement
(c) retention
(d) All of these