Adnan Started The Discussion:
Hello HR professionals!

The All India Management Association - Centre for Management Education (AIMA-CME), which is the largest correspondence business school in the autonomous sector in India in terms of student enrolments, offers PhD in Business Administration with Functional Specialisation (FS) in 5 different management field:

FS-1: Human Resource Management

FS-2: Financial Management

FS-3: Marketing Management

FS-4: Enterprise Management

FS-5: Operations Management

This innovative research programme is entirely conducted through distance learning mode, in collaboration with Aligarh Muslim University, India, which is ranked 27th among Business Management institutions of the country. This program is useful for practicing managers as well as management teachers. For further details contact:

Moreover, all programmes offered at AIMA-CME are approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), Ministry of HRD, Government of India. For an MBA, PG-Diploma and other distance learning short courses, please visit my previously written post at <link outdated-removed> ( Search On Cite | Search On Google ) .

I hope this information will be helpful to all those HR professionals who desire to seek a PhD in Business Administration with specialization in HRM. Wish you best of luck for your future intentions.

Regards,

Adnan
13th April 2006 From Pakistan, Karachi

hi
thanks for ur information.i want to do doctorate in HR ...i completed my MBA HR...and want to go further..I am staying in banglore...can i do distance from here...shud i attend the college...plz be clear reg the course, fee,exam module,where shud i attend to write my exams....plz reply me as soon as possible
thanku
vamsi
29th January 2007 From India, Madras
PLEASE I STILL NEED INFORMATION ON THE EXECUTIVE DBA
HOW DO I REGISTER, WHAT DOES IT ENTAIL
I AM THROUGH WITH MY MBA AND WANTS TO FURTHER AND SPECIALIZE IN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT.
LOLA

30th January 2007 From Nigeria, Ibadan
Hi Adnan Thanks for the information.I am not able to find your previous post on MBA and PG Diploma...Could you pls let me know the url... Thanks Smita
30th January 2007 From India, Bangalore
Sir,
Thanking you for this very helpful information to one who really interested in doing something more in HRM, rather having interest to know more about HRM and it different aspect in details.
Keep posting such an excellent information which will flourish ones career..........................
Anand
30th January 2007 From United States, Brockton
Hi, Please give me more information on DBA, like how to apply, or may be an web link where i can get all other details like exam patterns etc. Thanks Payal Gade
14th June 2007 From India, Pune
Hi Adnan, I would like to know what is the value addition of PHD for a HR professional. Also are correspondence and regular PHD degrees of the same value? Awaiting your reply, Regards, Punam
6th August 2009 From India, Mumbai
Hey Adnan,
Thank you so much for the information. Looks like the link is inactive. However we have AIMA-CME on LinkedIn. The link is attached here. AIMA-CME Alumni group | LinkedIn.
I am also planning to start PHD in HRM. I have just started thinking about the program. so still at the prelimiary stage. Trying to figure out the process etc. Can anybody help me in this regards.
All the best guys. Keep in touch.
Suresh
21st January 2010 From United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi
First we should do a self analysis that why we need to do a Phd in HR
U can do Phd From IBS..and moreover You will get paid for this,but definetly with some stipulations..
let me know frnds..if thers is any more queries..
Regards
Sarkar
14th June 2010 From India, Bangalore
If you go to AIMA's site, we will receive following message since long time.
PhD in Business Administration
Admissions in AIMA-AMU PhD Programme is being kept in abeyance till further order, in view of UGC Notification NO.28 July 11-17, 2009
Please suggest what to do??? admissions are happening or not???
Regards,
Gaurav
23rd July 2010 From India, Mumbai

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