A Comparative Study of the Recruitment and Selection Process at Ut Bank and Nib Bank

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TOPIC: COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE OF RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION PROCESS AT UT BANK AND NIB BANK.

INTRODUCTION
This chapter talks about the background of the study, problem statement, research aim, research questions, scope of the study, significance of the study, organization of the study and limitation of the study.

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
As it is a pre-requisite for the students to carryout project report at the end of their Degree about any organization of their choice for bridging the gap between theory and practice. The project is documented and written in form of a report, based on theoretical and practical learning of the student. The undertaking concern of this report is to study and analyze employee recruitment and selection process at UT bank and NIB bank. The researcher wants to add suggestions and recommendations through this study in the final phase of the research report to improve the current recruitment and selection process at UT bank and NIB bank. Among the most crucial functions of an Industrial and Organizational psychologist is the issue of recruitment and selection. This stems from the fact that every employer or organization seeking to hire people has a basic interest of getting the most competent and suitable individual, who has the characteristics that meet the demands of the particular job or position to be filled. It is therefore crucial for the right approach to be adopted in order to meet the employer’s requirement. The process of recruitment and selection are closely linked. Both activities are directed towards obtaining suitably qualified employees and recruitment activities lay the groundwork for the selection process by providing the pool of applicants from whom the selectors may choose. Although HR managers may be responsible for designing employee recruitment and selection systems in many firms, all managers need to understand and use these systems. After all, attracting...
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