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  1. Conceptual framework
    1. Introduction
    2. Concept and nature of human resources management
    3. Objectives of human resources management
  2. Importance of HRM
  3. Features of Human Resources Management
    1. A part of management discipline
    2. As a process
    3. As a continuous process
    4. Concerned with people
    5. Directed towards achievement of objectives
  4. Training
    1. Definition
    2. Need for training
    3. Distinction between training and development
    4. Importance of training
    5. Training methods and techniques
  5. Training process
    1. Assesssing of training needs
    2. Analyze job skill
    3. Specify aims and objectives
    4. Presentation of operation and knowledge
    5. Evaluation of training program
    6. Purpose of evaluating a training program
  6. Bibliography

Human resource is the most important determinant of success, efficiency and effectiveness of an organization. Dynamic, component and motivated human resources build dynamic organization and enable an organization to achieve its goals. Therefore, to make human and non-human factors efficient and effective, human resources management is needed.

Every organization wants to become dynamic and growth oriented or to succeed in a fast-changing environment. Human resource management is the management of employee skills, knowledge, abilities, talents, aptitudes, creative abilities, etc. Employee in human resources management is treated not only as an economic man but also as a social and psychological man.

Human Resource Management is concerned with employing people, developing their resources, utilizing, maintaining and compensating their services in tune with the job and organizational requirements. Human resources management may be defined as a set of policies, practices and programs designed to maximize both personal and organizational goals. It is the process of binding people and organizations together so that the objectives of each are achieved. According to Flippo, personal management or human resources management is ?the planning, organizing, directing and controlling of the procurement, development, compensation, integration, maintenance and reproduction of human resources to the end that individual, organizational and societal objectives are accomplished?.

[...] All types of jobs require some type of training for their efficient performance and therefore all employees, whether new or old, should be trained in terms of job security and greater opportunity for advancement; skill thus acquired by the employee through training is an asset to the organization and employer. Thus, establishing a sound training program is a necessity for every organization for the development of the personnel. ?Training is a process of learning a sequence of programmed behavior.? NEED FOR TRAINING: The need for training of employees would be clear from the observations made from different sources. [...]

[...] them in the organization To help maintain ethical policies and behavior inside and outside the organization. IMPORTANCE OF HRM The significance of HRM can be discussed at four levels corporate, personal, social and national. HRM is the central sub-system of an organization as can be seen in the chart. As the Central sub-system, HRM interacts closely and continuously with all the others sub-systems of an organization. The quality of people in all sub-systems depends largely upon the policies, programs and practices of the HRM sub-system. [...]

[...] Presentation of operation and knowledge This is the most important step in the training program. The trainer should clearly tell, show interest, illustrate and question in order to put over the knowledge and operations. The learner should be told of the sequence of the entire job, and why each step in its performance is necessary. Instructions should be given clearly, completely and patiently. Conduct training The trainee is asked to go through the job several times slowly, explaining to him each step. [...]

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