Training refers to the teaching/learning activities done for the primary purpose of helping members of an organization to acquire and apply the knowledge skills, abilities, and attitude needed by that organization to acquire and apply the same. Broadly speaking training is the act of increasing the knowledge and skill of an employee for doing a particular job.
Training and development play vital and important role in any given organization in the modern day. Considering it, my study on training and development in Bharthi Associates gives me a scope to know in detail about the different techniques and method adopted by Bharthi Associates to train their employees very effectively and efficiently.
The problem statement included various factors such as knowing the training and development facilities to the employees and also to know what best effort has been put in by the firm to improvise it so that it can be utilized effectively and efficiently by the employees in the organization.
Bharthi Associates being a firm with very little number like 500 should give more concentration on its employees with regard to train them. Some amount of concentration has been given to the training of employees, however the consistency needs to be maintained in order to make sure all the employees are well knowledge and are in a better position to carry on their work with much more effectiveness in case of any unexpected issues or obstacles.
India is the world second largest producer of food next to China, and has the potential of being the biggest with the food and agricultural sector. In this respect, the country is endowed with a large production base for a variety of raw materials covering food crops, commercial crops and fibers due to its varied agro-climatic conditions.
India is world‟s largest producer of cereals and milk; second largest producer of rice, wheat sugar, fruits, and vegetables; third in cotton; and seventh largest producer of fish. Also, India has the highest number of plants approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) outside the USA.
Processed food market is the most important segment of the food industry according for over 32 percent of the total food market. While India has on abundant supply of food, the food processing industry is still nascent: only two percent of fruit and vegetables; and 15 percent of milk are processed.
Despite this, the processed food industry ranks fifth in the country, representing 6.3 percent of GDP. It accounts for 13 percent of the country‟s exports and 6 percent of total industrial investment. The industry size is estimated at US $70 billion, including US $22 billion of value added products. This sector has been attracting FDI across different categories.
Foreign direct investment (FDI) in the country's food sector is poised to hit the US $-billion mark by 2010. In the last one year (2006) alone. FDI approvals in food processing have doubled. The cumulative FDI inflow in food processing has reached US $1.276 billion in March 2007, in which is 2.68 percent of total FDI inflows into the country.
Many major multi-national companies like Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Britannia, Danone, Nestle, Cadbury, Lever‟s Kelloggs, Heinz, International Best Food, Walls, Perfetti, Van Melle, etc have made their presence in India. At the same time many others are drawing their plans to enter or expand their presence in the country:
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