rupali0211 Started The Discussion:
Hi all,
As i said earlier I am working in a pvt ltd co in Bombay and forcefully transferred in HR dept from admin dept. Now its very much difficult for me to work without less knowledge. I have studied few rules of leaves by reading books or on net.. Also, i refer shops & establishment book for other requirements related to staff. But this is not updo the mark. I would like to have full knowledge in HR systems. But major problem is my office timings are not allowing me to do any part time diploma. Being a married woman it is very difficult also to attend the classes in weekend.
Can anybody suggest me any online courses with certificate or any correspondence courses/diploma in HR or any other course related to labour management based in bombay? Pls inform
Thanks & Regards
Rupali
18th July 2006 From India, Mumbai

Hi vinod, I am a graduate with B.Tech in IT, am looking for 1 year course in HRM,whether it be regular or part time.Can you plz provide me links to institutes offering such course. Thanks
15th May 2007 From India, Madras
Hi all ,
I have done Hotel Management. Now, I am Working in HRD-Aamby Valley City,Pune. So,I have to face a lot of problems here.
So, I am resquesting for an diploma certificate in Human Resouces.
Purna Chandra Dutta
HRD-Aamby Valley City.
2nd June 2007
hi all,
My name is sneha.I am a student and I have just given my T.Y exams. I have done ma TY in psychology and planning to do MA but at the same time also planning to do dimploma in HR from wellingkar university. But the fact that it does not feature in the top 5 universities of mumbai for doing HR,makes me vary about applying to this university. Can anyone advice me on the same.
9th June 2007
C,
Its all about stratergies.....
Let me be practical and explain...
doing a MBA through corrospondence will not provide more weightage on ur resume...so the best tradeoff would be doing a executive MBA...i guess Welingkar offers the course and its pretty good.
S.O,
Dont worry much about college....if u r worryin so much then Symbi @pune would be better option any time.
Vinod Vijapur
15th June 2007 From India, Mumbai
I would advise to go to go through Symbiosis College if going through Correspondence and at the same time plz do some job parallely bcoz in today's market if u have experience, then it's fair enough to go through correspondence but if no experience and u go to hunt jobs via ur correspondenc MBA, then either u have to compromise wid salary or the designation.
Regards,
Vidisha
1st March 2008
hi,
As i said earlier I am working in a pvt ltd co in Coimbatore and forcefully transferred in HR dept from admin dept. Now its very much difficult for me to work without less knowledge. I have studied few rules of leaves by reading books or on net.. Also, i refer shops & establishment book for other requirements related to staff. But this is not updo the mark. I would like to have full knowledge in HR systems.
Can anybody suggest me any online courses with certificate or any correspondence courses/diploma in HR or any other course related to labour management based in Coimbatore? Pls inform
Thanks & Regards
Henry Moses . A
7th August 2008 From India, Madras
m an undergraduate having 1.5 years of experience in a recruitment firm, and 8months of experience as an HR in BPO industry, so plz suggest me to do some Diploma course in HR
17th September 2008 From India, Mumbai
Thank you Vidi, m already working in Belapur, And my shift timing is 2.30 to 10.00P.M, and m planning to go to abroad within 5 to six months so i wanna have some good knowledge along with me
17th September 2008 From India, Mumbai
You can go throuh:- (www.welingkar.org/) at http://www.welingkar.org/ Here many cources related to HR are available and also a Mumbai based institute. Thanks N Regards, Nishi Kant
20th September 2008 From India, Jharsuguda

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