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Examining the Influence of Learning Style and Demographics on Instructional Method Preference

Journal of Strategic Human Resource Management

Volume 4 Issue 1

Published: 2015
Author(s) Name: Rizwana Khatun | Author(s) Affiliation: Assistant Professor, Department of Business Administration, AMU Centre, Kishanganj, Bihar, India.
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Abstract

The emerging demographic dividend offers India a latent potential for attaining economic prosperity. With the rise of globalization and the rampant use of technology in our everyday lives, learning has become an indispensable part of our society as well. Albert Einstein aptly said that Intellectual growth should commence at birth and cease only at death. Consistent with this thought, it is widely accepted that in the contemporary age, any individual, organization or a country would cease to progress, if it fails to acknowledge lifelong learning. Individuals are the foundation of any society and country, and an understanding of how they learn plays a crucial role in their growth and development. Since learning is a vital ingredient of organizational growth that provides momentum to a countrys economic development. So this study is an attempt to provide better insight in the field of adult learning. With India boasting of the largest youth proportion of the world, it is evidently important for us to cater to the needs of this young populace to facilitate global competitiveness and achieve the power of demographic dividend. The aim of this paper is to identify potential factors that may help trainers to adopt the most suitable method for training adult learners.

Keywords: Training Method, Learning Style, Learning, India, Demographic

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