An Investigation into Training of Elementary and Secondary Level Teachers Regarding Modern Teaching Skills
There are many functions of Human Resource Management. Human Resource Development works under the supervision of HRM. HRD is a structure that helps the employees to get their skills, enhance their ability, and to get knowledge. It is framework to help the employees. HRD is a set of system which helps the employees to get a better opportunity and to enhance their skills to meet the circumstances of the future. It is a set of systematic activities by HRM. It is a systematic and efficient activity. This research aimed to measure the drawbacks of in-Service training Design for teachers at elementary and secondary levels in Punjab. The main objective of the study was (1) To investigate whether skills for modern teachers were inculcated in the training of Elementary and Secondary Level Teachers. The population of the study consisted of all Trainers and Trainees (Teachers) at Elementary and Secondary level in Punjab. The sample of the study was comprised of 665 trainers and trainees and the sample for supplementary Questioners comprised of 621 trainers and trainees. Data was collected through Questioners. Two separate Questioners were developed for trainees and trainers and a supplementary Questionnaire was also prepared to address the remaining aspects related to disaster management, Computer skills, use of social media, and multigrade teaching. Three-Point scale was used for questionnaires and weightage was given as (1) Mostly (2) To Some Extent (3) Not at All. Chi-Square test was applied for Statistical analysis. The researcher personally visited the schools and distributed questionnaires among respondents. Data collected through research instruments were tabulated, analyzed, and was discussed. Rawalpindi and Gujranwala Divisions were selected for collection of data and the study was delimited to District Attock, Rawalpindi, and Gujranwala. This Research is fruitful for trainees and trainers as well as the administration of the Training Institutes. This study presents satisfactory results, but many aspects were being ignored in training which need attention and concentration accordingly.