Learning refers to a process that enhances the knowledge, skill and attitude (KSA) of individuals, to increase person‟s willingness to adopt those newly acquired KSA and to implement them at the workplace. Such learning should be sustainable and comparatively stable for people and for the institutions that serves people. Learning definitely includes academic studies and occupational training through high school and beyond. But it also encompasses the physical, cognitive, emotional and social development of children in the earliest years of their lives.
Munn N.L – "Learning is the process of having one's behavior modified, more or less permanently, by what he does and the consequences of his action, or by what he observes." (1955)
Learning can be defined as “any relatively permanent change in behavior that occurs as a result of experience” (Robbins, 2003).
Following are the characteristics of learning:
1. First, learning involves change.
2. Second, the change must be relatively permanent.
3. Third, learning is concerned with behavior.
4. Finally, some form of experience is necessary for learning