Training is the process to gain new knowledge and skill for handing tools without mistake and wastage. Banking training research often considers the provision of training at individual level with staff/employee education and training receiving attention over management training and development.The implementations of the training programmes at the banks usually expect high effectiveness on the part of the trainees and organization. Then only the validity of the training programmes will be justified. The paper focus, an attempt has been made to measure the effectiveness of the training programmes at their banks. One of the important methods to evaluate the effectiveness of training programmes is the trainees’ attitude towards the effectiveness of training programmes.The main objective of the study is to measure the various effectiveness of the training programmes given to bank employees in kanniyakumari district. The determined sample size of employees in private sector banks is 152 respondents. The determined sample size of employees in public sector banks is 366 respondents. “T” test and One way analysis would be used to analysis the data and derived the results. The effectiveness of training programmes are measured with the help of seven significant variables namely leaning capability, knowledge acquisition, organizational commitment , performance, personal ability, skill development and attitude development. The highly viewed the effectiveness of training programmes among the employees in public sector banks are personal ability and skill development. The highly viewed the effects of training programmes among the employees in private sector banks are performance and skill development. Regarding the views the significant difference among the private sector banks and public sector banks have been noticed in case of learning capability, knowledge acquisition, organizational commitment, performance, skill development and attitude development.
Key words: Effectiveness of Training Programmes, Personal Ability, Skill Development, Performance, Knowledge Acquisition.