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Title of Thesis

Challenges Of Human Resource Development To Pace With Globalization

Author(s)

MRs. TANVIR KAYANI

Institute/University/Department Details
Faculty Of Advanced Integrated Studies And Research (MS/HRD ) / National University Of Modern Languages, Islamabad
Session
2009
Subject
Human Resource Development
Number of Pages
226
Keywords (Extracted from title, table of contents and abstract of thesis)
Challenges, Human, Resource, Development, Pace, Globalization, teacher, education, demographic, information

Abstract
Purpose of this investigation is to study the Challenges of Human Resource Development to pace with globalization. A study of this kind would highlight the dimensions, which can be manipulated to upgrade the human resource development in teacher educators working in institutes of teacher education to pace with global threats. This may also help in planning the resources to be tapped and utilized in its
optimum level.
The present study aimed at identifying certain variables related to human resource development in teacher educators’ working in institutes of teachers education. Study determines the effect of human resource development climate, performance appraisal, induction in-service education and training needs of teacher educator with impact of gender, experience, age wise difference, organizational difference, working in unisex or co-education, service stature difference. Population of the study was teacher educators working in the eleven institutes of teacher education in the twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi. Two hundred twenty three, male and female teacher educators responded to the researcher’s questionnaire. Instrument used for data collection was HRDC, PERAP, INS and training needs assessment, questionnaire adapted through Noorjahen N, Ganihar. Researcher used it after getting the formal permission.
The demographic portion of the instrument was developed by the researcher to sort out the demographic information. In total thirty one hypotheses were developed. To explore difference between the means of two groups t-test was applied. One way ANOVA and post hoc LSD were used for exploring the difference among more than two groups. Major findings of the study revealed, that gender wise, experience wise, age-wise difference, organizational difference, working in unisex or co-education, service stature difference have a significant impact on the variables HRDC, PERAP, INS and training needs. Furthermore a significant relation among the variables HRDC, PERAP, INS and training needs was determined.

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INTRODUCTION

1.1 Background
1.2 Education And Human Resource Development
1.3 Management And Human Resource Development
1.4 Teachers And Human Resource Development
1.5 HRD Challenges And Issues
1.6 Statement Of The Problem
1.7 Significance Of The Study
1.8 The Objectives
1.9 Hypothesis Of Study
1.10 Limitations Of The Study

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3 2 REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

2.1 Meaning Of Human Resource Development (HRD)
2.2 The Concept Of Human Resource Development (HRD)
2.3 Elements Of Human Resource Development
2.4 Dimensions Of Human Resource Development (HRD)
2.5 Human Resource Development Components
2.6 Human Resource Development Climate
2.7 Human Resource Development Climate And Organizational Climate
2.8 Elements Of Human Resource Development Climate
2.9 Enabling Factors For Human Resource Development Climate
2.10 Performance Appraisal
2.11 Induction And In-Service/post Service Education
2.12 Training Needs Assessment
2.13 Previous Studies

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4 3 PROCEDURE AND METHODOLOGY

3.1 Population Of The Study3.2 Sample Of The Study
3.3 Instrument Used In The Study
3.4 Data Collection
3.5 Analysis Of The Data

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5 4 ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF DATA 103
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6 5 SUMMARY, FINDING, CONCLUSION, DISCUSSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS

5.1 Summary
5.2 Findings
5.3 Conclusions
5.4 Discussion
5.5 Recommendations

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7 6 BIBLIOGRAPHY & APPENDICES

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