priyankasthul Started The Discussion:
Hello HR Members

This is my 1st posting and i m asking for a help from u..
so plz help me to solve my query.
I have completed my MBA in HR and presently working with small company from november 2006 as a HR executive, now i want to do some course related to HR so i can get good job and good profile in a big company.
so please guide me which course should i join?..

Priyanka :P :P
Posted 21st September 2007 From India, Pune

you have not mention in HR whare you want to go ,chose your carrer i.e. Recruitment
Training & Development
Performanse Appraisal
so you have to decide whare you want to go or whare is your Intrest (area).

Posted 21st September 2007 From India, New Delhi

First you need to choose your role in HR. i.e. Recruitment, Training and Development, Generalist profile, Industrial Relations, Payroll, Performance Management, Corporate Communication (Corporate HR).

Once you choose any one or more, you may look for some small courses in the respective subjects, IFCAI and some other reputed institutions are offering various post graduate certificate course in various subjects in HR.

Alternatively, to increase your qualification you may also do M.Phil and later on PhD. (if you feel like to continue studies for some more time).

warm regards,

Umesh Chaudhary
Posted 21st September 2007 From India, Delhi

You may try the following links:- <link updated to site home>

warm regards,

Umesh Chaudhary
Posted 21st September 2007 From India, Delhi

Visit the following website,

it is National Institute of Labor Education and Management.

You will get infor on Courses, related to HR

I my self have done DLL from it during my MBA (HR)


Posted 21st September 2007 From India, Mumbai
Dear Umesh,

Thank u very much for ur valuable suggestions.
i m very much interested in generalist profile of HR so is their any courses that includes everything.
Becoz my current job profile includes everything i.e. recruitment,induction,making policies,performance appraisal,pay roll as I am the only HR of the company.
According to you which option is good to go for a specialization or go for other option that includes everything

Priyanka :P :P
Posted 21st September 2007 From India, Pune
Thank u Romy, i have visited that site.. i have posted one more query so plz give me suggestion on that.. Regards Priyanka :P :P
Posted 21st September 2007 From India, Pune

I would suggest .. if you been in Hyderabad , "Corporate Mission HR(TM)" Run by Husys(TM). is the best available in the market to understand the needs of the HR. its a 5 Week End classes program that will be very usefull.

I am enlcosing the details for your reference.

You can contact Chetana on 9948078937 or 040-65195632 for more details.

Posted 21st September 2007 From India, Hyderabad
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Hi priyanka,

Its Romy here

You are already an MBA HR so what else best could be than this generalist PG Degree.I don't think you should do any other generalist Course

You can go for Specialised courses on SAP HR

Recruitment & Selection will be best option as I think it is evergreen process.

Posted 22nd September 2007 From India, Mumbai
Dear All

One can do many Things.

To begin one needs to have 'Self Knowledge' and discover
what one loves to do. This is the starting point.

Rest will follow automatically

With Love and care

+91 98338 90250
Posted 22nd September 2007


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