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Satisfaction and Constraints Perceived by Respondents of Beauty Culture Trainings as under Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY)


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Beauty culture techniques are very common in almost every Indian household and girls learn this art from their elders and beauty specialists. PMKVYis on generating job possibilities and entrepreneurship especially grey collar (knowledge workers), pink collar (waiters, retail clerks, salespersons) and rust belt workers (construction) besides white and blue collars. Training is effort initiated by an organization to foster learning among its workers, and development is effort that is oriented more towards broadening an individual's skills for the future responsibility. It provides a systematic improvement of knowledge and skills which in turn helps the trainees to function effectively and efficiently in their given task on completion of the training. The study was conducted in Hisar district in Haryana state purposively. Atotal of 120 respondents were selected from four training centres, i.e., 30 respondents from each training centre. Satisfaction of trainees in terms of subject matter, physical facility and quality of the trainer towards trainings was measured. The constraints faced by the respondents were observed. Results showed that majority of the respondents were satisfied with coverage of subject matter, methodology used, working environment, usefulness of training material whereas, practical sessions of the training programme were reported to be somewhat satisfactory. Further, it was also found that the economic constraints were perceived as major constraint followed by marketing, and technical constraints for all the beauty culture trainings.

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satisfaction, constraints, beauty culture, training, PMKVY.
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  • Satisfaction and Constraints Perceived by Respondents of Beauty Culture Trainings as under Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY)

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Authors

Shikha Bhukal
Department of Extension Education and Management, CCSHAU, Hisar, Haryana, India
Ella Rani
Department of Extension Education and Management, CCSHAU, Hisar, Haryana, India
Vandana Verma
Department of Extension Education and Management, CCSHAU, Hisar, Haryana, India
Diksha Rani
Department of Extension Education and Management, CCSHAU, Hisar, Haryana, India

Abstract


Beauty culture techniques are very common in almost every Indian household and girls learn this art from their elders and beauty specialists. PMKVYis on generating job possibilities and entrepreneurship especially grey collar (knowledge workers), pink collar (waiters, retail clerks, salespersons) and rust belt workers (construction) besides white and blue collars. Training is effort initiated by an organization to foster learning among its workers, and development is effort that is oriented more towards broadening an individual's skills for the future responsibility. It provides a systematic improvement of knowledge and skills which in turn helps the trainees to function effectively and efficiently in their given task on completion of the training. The study was conducted in Hisar district in Haryana state purposively. Atotal of 120 respondents were selected from four training centres, i.e., 30 respondents from each training centre. Satisfaction of trainees in terms of subject matter, physical facility and quality of the trainer towards trainings was measured. The constraints faced by the respondents were observed. Results showed that majority of the respondents were satisfied with coverage of subject matter, methodology used, working environment, usefulness of training material whereas, practical sessions of the training programme were reported to be somewhat satisfactory. Further, it was also found that the economic constraints were perceived as major constraint followed by marketing, and technical constraints for all the beauty culture trainings.

Keywords


satisfaction, constraints, beauty culture, training, PMKVY.

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