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Feedback on Training Conduted by CDB at CST

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Posted on 29th January, 2016

Training on “QUALITY & PROFESSIONALISM IN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY” for the Contractors was conducted at College of Science & Technology (CST), Phuentsholing with effect from 14th to 20th January, 2016. The course content of the training was mainly focused on the procurement norms and procedures involved in the tendering.

 

No. of Contractors present during the training :

 

  • Large and Medium         : 23 Nos.
  • Small                             : 206 Nos.

 

Team from Research Division was also present during the training as an observer. After every sessions of the day, feedback from the participants were collected and the evaluation is done as follows :

 

Sl. No.

 

Descriptions

 

Strongly agree

 

Agree

 

Disagree

 

Strongly disagree

 

Don’t know

1

Training was very useful

55.00%

44.00%

1.00%

 

Nil

Nil

2

Training was easy to understand

40.40%

58.60%

1.00%

Nil

Nil

3

Training has enabled the participants to understand the procedures involved in tendering

 

38.78%

 

60.22%

 

1.00%

 

Nil

 

Nil

4

The training enabled the participants to understand the ethical roles and responsibilities of the Contractor.

 

54.00%

 

42.00%

 

4.00%

 

Nil

 

Nil

5

Facilitators showed adequate expertise and techniques during the presentation

 

53.00%

 

45.00%

 

2.00%

 

Nil

 

Nil

6

Time provided for the presentation was sufficient for understanding

 

50.00%

 

43.00%

 

7.00%

 

Nil

 

Nil

7

Adequate time was provided for questions/answers and discussions

 

22.45%

 

73.47%

 

4.08%

 

Nil

 

Nil

 

8

Facilitators was able to respond the queries adequately

 

32.65%

 

59.18%

 

5.11%

 

Nil

 

3.06%

9

Logistics and facilities for the training were good

 

43.43%

 

52.53%

 

3.03%

 

Nil

 

1.01%

10

Did the training meet your expectations

 

98.00%

 

Nil

 

2.00%

 

Nil

 

Nil

 

Overall ratings of training by the participants:

1.       Excellent     : 29%

2.       Good           : 68%

3.       Fair             : 3%

4        Poor            : 0%