Comparative Study on Training Policies of Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited and Gas Authority of India Limited

Comparative Study on Training Policies of Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited and Gas Authority of India Limited

ABSTRACT

This paper aims to present a study based on the employee training and development program and its advantages. This paper inspects the structure and elements of employee training and development programs and focuses on positive outcomes for employees and organizations. Employees are an esteemed resource of the organization and the success or failure of the organization relies on the performance of employees. In order to have a distinct edge over other rival companies, organizations are now giving much more emphasis on incorporation of various personnel development programs by infusing large investments in the training and development of its employees.  This research reviews the policies of various firms which have implemented personnel training and development programs with the purpose of assessing its benefits to the company and its personnel. Furthermore, a comparative analysis has been done between the training and development practices of PSUs namely GAIL and ONGC. This has been possible through the data collected from the employees of these companies regarding the effectiveness of these training and development programs. Various parameters such as duration of induction training, minimum annual training days, mode of training, mode of evaluation, and effectiveness of training program are taken into account during this research. The paper will attempt to establish several alterations and perspectives to develop more effective policies.

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