A Study on Effectiveness of Skill Development Programme for the Operators at Manufacturing Industries in Chennai
Keywords:skill development, manufacturing industries, organization
The main objective of this project is to determine the effectiveness of the Skill Development Training Programme provided at manufacturing industries in Chennai. The purpose of the research process is to provide guidelines and suggestions for improving and enhancing the existing training programme in the organization. The research design adopted for this study is Descriptive research. Primary data is used for the study. The primary data was collected through questionnaire with close ended questions. Analysis is done using Percentage analysis, Weighted Average method, Chi-square test and Weighted Rank method to derive the appropriate statistics on opinion of the employees. This study helps the management to improve the current training programme of the company.
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