A Study on Effectiveness of Training and Development

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INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION

Every organization needs to have well-trained and experienced people for performing the activities that have to be done. As the jobs become more complex, the importance of employee development also increases in a rapidly changing society. Employees’ training is not only an activity that is desirable but also an activity that an organization must commit its resources to if it is maintaining a viable and knowledgeable workforce.

Training plays an important role in improving organizational effectiveness. It is much needed in the private sector in today’s competitive environment, especially after liberalization and globalization. In order to make the training more effective in improving organizational as well
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2 Billion, has an installed capacity of 47,000 MTPA for permanent Mould Grey Iron and high pressure moulded Ductile and Grey iron sand castings.
● An impressive list of Customers adds testimony to the capabilities of Brakes India.

Brakes India limited's success lies in management philosophy matched by its commitment to total quality by identifying and meeting customer needs, which would include the expectation on quality, delivery, price, etc.,

Manufacturing locations of Brakes India limited:
 Padi (Chennai)
 Sholinghur (About 110 km from Chennai)
 Polambakkam (About 90 km from Chennai)
 Gurgoan (About 25 km from NewDelhi)
 Waki (Pune)
 Halol (Baroda)
 Nanjangud (About 25 km from Mysore)

MILESTONES ACHIEVED BY THE COMPANY:
1962 - Incorporated as public limited company.
1964 - Commenced manufacturing of brakes at Padi factory.
1966 - Introduced 'S'cam brakes for heavy commercial vehicles for first time in India.
1967 - Introduced indigenously designed drum brakes for light commercial vehicles.
1968 - First export of rubber seals to U.K.
1972 - 1. First export of tractor brakes as original equipment to Yugoslavia. 2. First export of Hydraulic brakes.
1975 - R&D activities recognized by ministry of Science and Technology.
1979 - Commenced manufacturing operations at Brakes Division, Sholinghur.
1981 - 1. Set up Foundry Division at Sholinghur. 2. Commenced production of
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