Dear all,
Greetings
Presently i am working in a consultancy in recruitment process. currently i am doing my mba is distance mode(Madurai kamaraj university).Whether it is useful for my carrer?
In future,whether there is any possiblities for me to move in to core hr in a big organization.
Thanks
Regards
Karthick.M

From India, Madras
smrin
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Hi KArthick, I suggest u to MBA From ICFAI ... which is really help ful.., Even iam planing to Join ICFAI.. Regards Smrin.
From India, Hyderabad
Hi to All

My Name is G.Indira, first of all thanks a lot to one and all, I got so many information through this valuable site, Here I have also one doubt please help me some one, last two years back I am worked as Jr. assistant in HR Dept. Unfortunately Now I am working as assistant to A.G.M- Eng., in another Company. I have more interest to work in HR Dept. Presently I doing MBA in (SCDL) Symbiosis Puni University in Distance. Symbiosis University is good for doing MBA in distance.

Please Guide me any one...................


Thanking you.

Fro"ME"
G.Indira

From India, Hyderabad
Hi, Indira, MBA from (SCDL) Symbiosis Puni University in Distance is a good one , no doubt in that go ahead.. and one more look for oppurtunity's in HR rather then concentrating on assistant to Agm. Engg. ALL the Best. if u need any clarifications mail me to
From India, Mumbai
Dear Karthick,

Always doing an MBA is an added advantage down the line in your career, whether if it is a distance education or a regular.

Also to note that when doing a distance education they do certainly look at the weightage of the institutions as well as the universities.
ICFAI as well as Symbiosis do top the charts to name a few where they are given more weightage in distance education.

When an MBA is done while u r working is always preferred at corporates.

Regarding your career yes it is possible to move into core HR but a direct entry would be very stringent. The reason why being u do not have any experience.
Would suggest you enter into the recruitment division of an organization and gradually move into the core HR as in the opportunity opens so that you do expose yourself to the HR activities as well as policies of that particular organization.



Regards


Dear Karthick
MBA is a professional course. Distance learning doesnt help much as practical things are not taken care off. Imagine a Dr. learning an operation via distance learning. same applies. There are many live projects toi be undertaken and so on.
If your work is a priority then you can choose a one year executive MBA course or a partime one from recognised college.
Thanks
Sonali

From India, Thana
Dear all,
Please note that correspondance MBA is not useful.
I have already joined ICFAI but they are not co-operative in your MBA programe.
after ist sem when I have not received my course material, I contact with local branch office (Sec-18, Noida) but beside of help they reply you have to contact directly with university.
There is only one way to contact with university, that is email only. I email them many times but not receive any reply. Than I stop payment from my bank and confirm to university not to deposit the cheques till the matter shortout.
Without contact me they submit the cheque, result cheque bounce.
Now they want to leagel case against me.
So I want to say to all of you please decide well before join, because you can loss money with time and get unwanted problems.

From India, Delhi
Hi All,
There is another University in Mumbai that provides the facility of part time MBA that is unusually faculty oriented.You can try out Narsee Monjee University.
Undoubtedly you guys will be benefited.

From India
Hi,
I bag to differ from this opinion. MBA is indeed a professional course but there a handful of institues where real practical learnings are taught i.e. XLRI, ISB etc. If one wants to pursue FT MBA than it must be through top 10 Business Schools otherwise there is no significant difference beetween a part time or FT course. I have observed in my 5 years of experience that competencies and acuman get someone a good job rather than a degree only.Even if some one has a great academic qualification he or she may not be able to retain the good position without practical knowledge.
Regards,
Mehul

From India
I agree with Mehul. For working professionals, part time MBA is just the gate-pass. Your job experience will be valued. Rather part time MBA will help you to relate with your job function. So its the best way to learn while working.
From India, Calcutta

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