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PRESENTED BY :-

• JASPREET KAUR SODHI


DEFINITION OF SELECTION
• Selection is the process of choosing the
most suitable persons out of all the
applicants. In this process relevant
information about applicants is collected
through a series of steps so as to evaluate
their suitability for the job requirements.
SELECTION PROCESS:
The selection process can be
successful if the following
conditions are satisfied:

• Some one should have the


authority to select. This authority
comes from the employment
requisition as developed through
an analysis of the workload and
workforce.
SELECTION PROCESS:
• There must be some standard of
human resource with which
applicant can be compared. In
other words, a comprehensive job
description and job specification
should be available beforehand.
• There must be a sufficient
number of applicants from whom
the required number of
employees may be selected.
Steps in Selection Process
• Preliminary Interview
• Application Blank
• Selection Test.
• Employment Interview.
• Medical examination
• Reference checks
• Final approval
SELECTION
TESTING
(PSYCHOLOGICAL
TESTS)
TYPES OF TESTS:

• Aptitude or Potential Ability Tests.

• Mental or Intelligence Tests


• Mechanical Aptitude Tests
• Psycho-motor or Skill Tests
TYPES OF TESTS:

2. Achievement or Proficiency Tests:

a) Job Knowledge Tests.

b) Work sample Test


TYPES OF TESTS:

3. Personality Test:

• Objective Tests

(b) Projective Tests

(c) Situation Tests


TYPES OF TESTS:

4. Interest Tests:
• Deciding the Objectives
• Analysing Jobs
• Choosing tests
• Administering the tests
• Establishing criteria of job success
• Analysing results
Selection
Interviewing
Types of Interview
a) Informal Interview
b) Formal Interview
c) Patterned or Structured Interview
d) Non directed or unstructured interview
Types of Interview
Depth interview

Group interview

Stress interview

Panel or board interview


STEPS IN INTERVIEW
PROCESS:
• Preparation for the interview
• The physical set up
• Conducting the interview
• Closing the interview
• Evaluation of results
SELECTION
PROCEDURE
CLASSIFICATION OF STAFF
In hospital, posts are classified belonging
to one or other of the following three
groups:-
 Group -1
 Group- II
 Group -III
GROUP -I

Appointments are made by the


governing body on the
recommendations of the
director, Internal management
committee or the senior
Academic staff appointment and
promotion committee.
GROUP -II
Appointment are made by the
following employing officers :-
• Personnel officer
• Nursing superintendent
• Medical superintendent
• Principal ,medical college.
• Principal, dental college.
• Principal ,college of nursing.
GROUP-III
• Appointment are made
by the personal officer.
TYPES OF APPOINTMENTS

• Confirmed appointment.
• Term appointment
CONFIRMED APPOINTMENT
All employees are appointed to
confined position shall serve 12
months on the probation .if
satisfactory reports received at the
end of this time ,such staff may be
considered for the confirmation . If
the reports are not satisfactory
,either the probationary period ,may
be terminated as provided by rules
and regualtion of hospital.
TERM APPOINTMENT
• A term appointment is an employment
offered for fixed duration and the
termination date is stated on the
appointment agreement .It ends
automatically on due date and no notice
on either side is necessary.
SELECTION CRITERIA EMPLOYED IN
hospital
• Initially recruitment is done (it may be
either external or internal ).
• No pre made question bank is available.
• Speciality wise ,each member
formulates 20 questions
• Written test is conducted
• Interview of qualifying candidates
• Selection is based on contract basis.