pallavipawar84
Hi Friends,
Right now i am working as HR Executive in S/W firm i have done my B.E. Computer nw my question is that i want better growth in this field for that my boss told that i should do MBA in HR part time,but its not possible for me ,another option is that doing SAP HR Course from siemens but at this stage is it ok because i have only 6 month experience and i dnt have more knowldge abt HR so wt should i do? plese guide me

From India, Mumbai
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akrurs
2

Hi Pallavi,
First of all very congratulations for your graduation and first job in HR Dept.
Its very good for S/W organisation that HR who is having technical knowledge and having knowledge of recent technologies.
See, you are having the knowledge of technical things but as you are working in HR Dept, you should know the HR insights.
Like-
What is HR?
How HR is imp in today's global scenario?
What are the functions of HR?
Like this many more---
You should be aware of these things. Therefore my suggestion would be you must join any Part Time Business School (Part time MBA Course), where they will provide you knowledge of HR.
If you are going to SAP HR module, I think itís too early to go to SAP HR Module.
But itís your career, opt the way/option whichever you think best!
Good luck wishes to you dear.
Thnx!
Akrur......:)

From India, Sangli
pallavipawar84
Thanks Ankur for your reply Actually your suggestion is very gud but i cant do MBA because am married so i cant do this IS THERE ANY SHORT TERM COURSE RELATEDTO HR. please if you knw then telll me
From India, Mumbai
akrurs
2

Hi Pallavi,

First of all My name is 'Akrur' not the 'Ankur'...Ok let it be ....what is in the name?

If you don't want to go Part Time MBA then Distance learning.
Distance learning is the only option ment for working men and women.
So I think, forget the excuses all you have and join distance learning course.

Their are many institutes which provides distance learning. You just need to explore the internet, all the information you will get after one click.

Currently in which city you are working?
I know couple of institutes from Pune.

Regards!
Akrur........:)

From India, Sangli
akrurs
2

No worries where u working? Just take admission to course and study.

Actually Pune's Symbiosis Institute provides distance learning programs, so explore with this istitute. All you have to do is E-learning.

Best Wishes!
Akrur....)

From India, Sangli
dhanusoftin
1

Pallavi,
Take a look at this short term course. www.hrhouse.com.
Hope this helps.

From India, Bangalore
NHiremath
Hi Pallavi,
first you take atleast 2 years exp in core Hr , then you can go ahead with SAP Hr model, beacuse SAP is all related to implemation of all hr things in a well structured manner,for that you should have good knoweldge about all aspects.
Regards
Nhiremath

From India, Bangalore
vicky.kothari
Hi Pallavi, You can opt. for DL Course from Welingkar’s it is one of the best in Mumbai. All the best.

joanneb
1

I have read so many people on this site enquiring about or advising others to complete a SAP HR course. In the global HR world, this is not a qualification or certification that enhances someone's knowledge in the HR field. This is merely a course that instructs a SAP HR Module user on the functions.

While HR software and an HRIS is very important, it doesn't not lead or direct an organisation's strategy. It is just one of many methods of collecting, storing and analysing data. It is by no means a way to advance your career, at least not globally. I have no SAP or other certification for HR software or HRIS systems, yet I have worked for companies managing their HR in Australia, Philippines, India, UK and USA.

If you are serious about developing your HR career and knowledge, I would advise that you ensure you are working in a company that supports your development, with a mentor that you can learn from and then enhance your practical experience with a solid foundations course in HR, with future studies in more specific areas of HR.

Good luck.

JB

From United Kingdom, London
v_varun
Hi Pallavi,
HR is a good dont loose it if u have no time 2 do MBA HR u can use cite HR site and google 2 know about Human Resource but dont quit the job so many companies required MBA HR degree but u have enough knowledge in the HR u can drive ur career urself without any degree most of them are working without degree but with the knowledge in HR.............:) keep going

From India, Hyderabad

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