Training of Bank Employees

ISBN Number : 978-93-5097-669-2

Library Price : Rs.578

Library Dollar Price : 23$

Book Edition : First

Year of Publication : 2013

No. Of Pages : 298

Book Weight :0

About The Book

This book is made by adapting the doctoral thesis with similar title. A few excerpts from the reports by the eminent academicians who evaluated the thesis for the doctoral degree are given below:

The study has been carried out methodically. Researcher had put in sizeable time and effort in collecting relevant data. The author`s effort in the area of literature review is admirable. The researcher has efficiently narrated the thesis contents. The objectives have been thoughtfully designed. Survey is done in a systematic References made are supporting to the present study and suggestions are noteworthy. Conclusions drawn at the end are logical. Suggestions made by the researcher will certainly help the planners, administrators, executives and government officials connected with banking industry.

Extremely relevant and useful topic is selected for study. The researcher has set seven objectives, which are well focused to study the problems. The objectives of the study are clearly defined. The analysis is based on the six hypotheses developed for the purpose of study. The methodology adopted for the study is suitable for the established procedures of research. Primary data have been collected through a scientific sample survey and the data have been statistically processed, classified and tabulated by appropriate methods. The reliability of the data has been extensively cross checked. The study is comprehensive and well organised.

Extensive literature processed is one of the highlights. The researcher has done earmarked work in collection and compiling. The objectives are well set and defined which is compatible with the title of the study. Appropriate and advanced statistical tests are used in analysis and interpretation which clearly brings out the differences between the PSBs and NGBs.

Contents :

1. Introduction
2. The Indian Banking System-An Overview
3. Training in Indian Banks
4. Analysis and Findings
5. Summary of the Findings and Suggestions
Bibliography
Appendix

About The Author

Dr. Chackochan Njavallil M.Com., M.Phil., Ph.D. is an Associate Professor at Marian College Kuttikkanam-an aided NAAC Accredited A Grade College, recognized by the UGC as a College with Potential for Excellence (www.mariancollege.org). Earlier, he had worked at S. H. College Thevara, Kochi and Christ College (now Christ University) Bangaluru and is having more than two decades of teaching experience. He is also a Post Graduate Diploma holder in Journalism, a Diploma holder in Theology, and a Certificate holder in TCI from Ruth Cohn International for Theme Centred Interaction. Bassel.

Dr. Njavallil has visited several countries, was the convener of national and international seminars, held various leadership positions in different organizations at the state and national level, and has almost three decades of involvement in the youth ministry. He is the author of several books, written 100s of articles in periodicals. Editor of Acumen-Marian Journal of Commerce and Management and the Chief Editor of Kairos-A popular magazine for teens and youth www.Facebook.com/ReadKairos. He was awarded with Teacher Fellowship and Major Research Project by the UGC and is a SEBI Certified Financial Education Resource Person. The Indian Council of Social Sciences Research (ICSSR) has awarded him with the prestigious Book Publication Grant considering the significant contributions in the area of research. With several years of experience in training and development, Dr. Chackochan is a member of various professional organisations including RCI for TCI, Indian Commerce Association and Indian Society for Training and Development (ISTD). By inclination he is an organiser, innovator and a social activist, by profession a teacher, and by passion a trainer and writer on social issues. You can reach him at [email protected]

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