Evaluation of Training Practices: A Study on Exim Bank Ltd

The focus of this study is to propose a conceptual framework to measure the success of training. This paper also focuses on whether training has any impact on promotion and what types of training are provided to the newly recruited employees. The research design used in the study is descriptive. The methodology adopted for this study was random sampling where 50 employees were selected for the study. The study is a combination of primary and secondary data. The primary data includes a total number of 50 respondents (employees of EXIM Bank Ltd.) and the secondary data was collected through various sources like books, journals, annual reports etc. The limitation of the study is that the sample size selected for the study comprised of different branches of EXIM Bank Ltd. Based only in Dhaka city. The major findings of the study indicated that 60% respondents are satisfied with the training facilities of EXIM Bank Ltd. The results also showed that training has a positive impact on promotion and EXIM Bank Ltd. provides the foundation or induction training to their employees’ when they were newly recruited.  The contribution of this paper is that it will help to measure the success of training and also help to reduce the training and recruitment costs.   

Title Evaluation of Training Practices: A Study on Exim Bank Ltd
Pages 46-67
Sponsors Universiti Kebangsaan MalaysiaUniversiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
Publisher Canadian Arena of Applied Scientific Research Ltd | Canada
ISBN 978-0-9948937-0-3
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.18797/CAASR/ICCMP/2015/11/27/05
Conference CAASR International Conference on Contemporary Management Practices

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