Volume : 4, Issue : 5, MAY 2018
ADMINISTRATIVE TRAINING INSTITUTE: ITS STRUCTURE AND ROLE IN PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATIVE REFORMS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO NAGALAND
MS FAHMIDA S. BORA, MS SASHIMENLA LONGCHAR
Training is a systematic and planned attempt to increase knowledge and skill or to change choice behavior via formal instruction and learning. Training describes the formal, ongoing efforts that are made within organizations to improve the performance and self-fulfillment of their employees through a variety of educational methods and programmes. In recent years, training and development has emerged as a formal business function, an integral element of strategy, and a recognized profession with distinct theories and methodologies. Embracing "continual learning" and other aspects of training and as a means of promoting effective personnel management and acquiring a highly skilled work force has gained much importance and are now widely recognized as vital factors in ensuring long-term success.. The endeavour of the Government is to impart need based training to employees so as to develop the right attitude, necessary skills, duty consciousness, competence and self-motivation to take on challenges in their work and adopt innovative approaches for excellent delivery and promotion of the public welfare.
Administrative Training Institute, Personnel Management, Structure, Role, Reform.
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