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Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Vol. 6, Special Issue 1 (2017)

Training competencies of trainers and constraints faced by the trainers while organizing training programmes at ICAR-NAARM

Author(s): Dr. P Vijender Reddy, Dr. I Srinivasa Rao, Dr. Bharat S Sontakki and Dr. Laxman M Ahire
Abstract: This study was undertaken by using the ex-post facto research design by surveying of 35 trainers of National Academy of Agricultural Research Management (NAARM). The trainers are the working faculty members of NAARM. This research focuses on trainers profile, their training competencies and constraints faced by them while organizing the trainings. The profile characteristics of trainers revealed that 82.50% of the trainers were in middle age group followed by 91.42% of them had doctorate degree with PG Diploma and 57.14% of the trainers were working in top management positions such as Principal Scientist / Professor. Majority (91.43%) of the trainers were male and almost two-third (68.57%) trainers had 11-20 years of training experience. Majority (57.14%) of the trainers had medium level of role performance, 80% of the trainers were opined that they had optimum level of workload and 65.71% of the trainers had medium level of achievement motivation. Majority (68.57%) of the trainers had medium level of job satisfaction and around three-fourth (74.29%) percent trainers opined that training environment is favourable at NAARM. It was also revealed that majority of the trainers were in medium (68.57%) and followed by high level (28.57%) of training competencies. The trainers were reported pre-training, during training and post training constraints faced by them therefore it is responsibility of the trainee and trainer organizations to ensure about the participation / confirmation of trainees. Trainers also need to take care of availability of guest faculty/outside experts and small group to be avoided and large group to be restricted (30-40) participants.
Pages: 838-843  |  530 Views  7 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. P Vijender Reddy, Dr. I Srinivasa Rao, Dr. Bharat S Sontakki and Dr. Laxman M Ahire. Training competencies of trainers and constraints faced by the trainers while organizing training programmes at ICAR-NAARM. 2017; 6(6S): 838-843.
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