The corporate industry as well non-corporate fraternity, both have changed the methods of recruitment with time. The institutions and the organizations have identified the recruitment process as one of the most important processes and are found to utilize considerable amount of scarce resources to develop, design and implement a robust method of recruitment and selection.
In order to recruit the best of the talents available in the industry, the institution or the organization (as the case may be) should be able to identify the organizational objectives at the first place. As Margaret Dale observes that the requirement of the organization and the definition of the job hold the fundamental importance for effective performance. Dale further maintains that there are few initial questions that are to be answered at the outset which are as follows:
In this particular case of recruitment of assistant teachers too, due emphasis should be laid to chalk out the exact objectives that the assistant teachers would be expected to accomplish. Such emphasis would help to identify the candidates with the right traits.
As the particular objectives are identified for which the recruitment and selection is to take place, the next step is about designing such methods of recruitment. But prior to that, there lies another important aspect. The recruitment process should essentially be fair and should be free from all sorts of discriminations. Discriminations can be of various types. As Gareth Roberts opined, discrimination can be direct, indirect and victimized. The direct discrimination is such a situation where the particular person is outwardly rejected because of their certain activity or belief or any other reason. The indirect discrimination is not so expressive. Rather, it is basically targeted towards a group of people and is often not personal. The third method i.e. the