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Dear Shivani,
If you would like to continue your study in HR might be you can either persue your M.Phil/ Phd or you can explore the world of technology by SAP HR / People soft now oracle HR. If you would like to diversify then it depends on the interest on the subject.
Wishes & Regards
Sushma Uday

Tame ek kam karo ne..... knowledge lewa mate tame TV reporter mafik badhha HR managers and Personnel Managers na interview lo. Pachi eni ek record VCD banwilo ane sale karo market ma tame Gyan malshe ane business pan thai jashe.
Tame mari vat samaz ma ayi ne ben.
Tamato nano bhai.

First of all decide which arena of HR are you planning to focus?Accordingly you can choose.For instance,if you are interested in a HR Generalist role may be you can do something related to Labour law/Company Law etc.Hence it depends.:idea:

You have two options, more studies or work experience. You may find it interesting to note that many people who have succeeded in HR field are not exactly theoretical masters in HR. They all "grew" up as HR people along with the organisations.
My suggestion is get yourself 2-3 years of experience, then go in for a programme. By then you will be in a better position to decide.
Alternately, you can go in for profiling yourself - understand what you are and then decide to take the track - more studies >academics>teaching & training profession OR HR function in an organisation.
The Programme

dear shivani
i am 70 and am a serious parent grand parent and a profesor of mgt
1. if u are not yet married get married
2. if u are married raise a family
3. pl study industrial laws in depth and if u can do a law hons course 3 years.
4. pl study industrial psychology.
5. learn computer packages and and systems dealing with pay roll , career docu etc
6. take on personal mgt from institute of hr delhi/cal
dr ram


You may consider doing this Practical HR Course.

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Hi Shivani,
if you have some interest in training & development programs than you should go for ISTD i.e. Indian Socity for training & development.It is a 1 year diploma course.It will help you to become corporate trainer.Wishing you very all the best for your future.take care.
Suresh sahu

hey guys plzz tell me how do u find human resource development centre(HRDC)...i have read that it also offers some courses in ?HR activities...is it gud to go for it...plzzzzzzz do reply...
Hi Shivani Grover, As commented above you have to decide in HR what interests and suites you.But i feel now you should put on real time experience.
hi am new to this site. Am 11 years in the HR field specialising in compensation mgt, tds on salaries, n retirement benefits. currently doing 2nd year PGDHRM from SCDL, Pune.
I want to know its validity and how it can help me for further growth.
warm regards

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