Anjana Rai Started The Discussion:
I am a Management Student and want to go for PH.D in Human Resource Management. Some friends of mine told me about the NET JRF exam for it.
I don't know the syllabus of the exam. Can any one help me regarding it?
NET for Lectureship & Junior Research Fellowship exam is conducted twice a year ie, on Jue and December. Syllabus for HRM - There are 3 papers for the NET Exam, 2 objective type papers and one describtive paper. The first paper is common for all subjects, it contains subjects like teaching aptitude, reasoning etc. Second obective paper contains the subject, it contains two part first part is general management and second part is elective paper. The third describive paper aslo contains two part first general management and second part is elective. papers to be concentrated for general mangement part are Principles of management, marketing management, economics etc. and for HR you have to concentrate on Human Resource Management - Job analysis, job specification, Recruitment selection, motivation , performance appraisal, training and development, etc.
I am also planning to appear for NET this year and waiting for the notification. For csir they have already called for, but for mgmt, by oct end or Nov notification might get published. keep in tract with the ugc web site.
For the subjects I would advice you to go for HRM separately because in mgmt the syllabus is very huge and i ve heard that the pass ratio is 1:20. Moreover you are eligible for HRM also. I herewith attach the syllabus for mgmt, HRM as well as the entire syllabus for your reference.
its very good that u are also appearing for HR.... Any ways pls keep me updated about it and i will also check it . since right now placements are going on and i am busy with it.
My Email ID is . u are welcome to join me and we can have discussion also regarding it.
Thanx and Regards
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