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Use of non-cognitive instruments in personnel selection and appraisal by T. V. Rao (Working Paper, No. 1974/50)

By: Rao, T. V.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Ahmedabad Indian Institute of Management 1974Description: 17 p.Subject(s): Personnel managementDDC classification: WP 1974 (50) Summary: This paper discusses the scope for using non-cognitive instruments. The instruments have been dealt with at three levels: self, social interaction, and person-organization interaction. Examples have been cited where scope for using a non-cognitive instrument in selection procedures is possible. The person environment (need press discrepancies) as a potential tool for selection of personnel is stressed. A review of the non-cognitive instruments available in India that are likely to be useful in personnel selection has been presented.
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This paper discusses the scope for using non-cognitive instruments. The instruments have been dealt with at three levels: self, social interaction, and person-organization interaction. Examples have been cited where scope for using a non-cognitive instrument in selection procedures is possible. The person environment (need press discrepancies) as a potential tool for selection of personnel is stressed. A review of the non-cognitive instruments available in India that are likely to be useful in personnel selection has been presented.

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