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Dear All,
I have completed MBA with HR specialization in 2006 and have 2 and half years of work experience as a Functional / General HR person... I want to get into one of the sub areas of specialization. My interests lie in SAP, HRMS and Compensation & Benefits. Please suggest if you know of any good universities / colleges offering Masters in any of these... in India or abroad..
PS: I have already considered the option of SAP certification from Siemens but was not sure if its a good time (recession) to invest so much without a guaranteed placement.....

From India, Bangalore
If you have already done MBA with HR specialization in 2006 what's the fun in repeating same HR cources or certifications...You could have requested your same college to fail you in annuaal examination in order to continue your studies in HR in same class for years as many years as you want by paying fees. I think your institute would not mind your hobby to do repeated study in HR for years....
If you believe that this MBA-HR is not enough that means you did not have confidence in this qualification or this qualification seems to be fake.....Some one who did MBA -HR ask for further studies means HE/SHE has no knowledge of HR and they manipulated their education for adding one degree qualification...Now they want serious study once again...
People like you make education farce and comic stories, if you yourself did not respect your own qualification Masters in Business Administration who else will respect this scavengers?
Funny lady

From Saudi Arabia
Dear Prathibha,
avoid him, well i would recommend u to go for LLB (Labour Law) now.
Becoz, it will make u law friendly. It will give u edge in ur career for sure.
It will increase ur chances of getting Promotion.
Go get it.

From India, New Delhi
Parthasarthi - If you did not get my question right, i said a SUB AREA of specialization.. MBA teaches you an overview... It does not teach you SAP, HRMS etc in detail... I do not want to be a jack of all.... i posted this question for sensible people around here who understand the importance of a specialized sub area and maybe have a capacity to guide...
Vipin - Thanks for the advice but Law is not my area of interest. Do you know of any universtities that can really give an edge in the area of HR?

From India, Bangalore
Dear Pratibha,
You can check out www.shrm.com
It offers lots of courses which are recognized by US.

From India, Hyderabad
Rashid,,, f...k u... bastard... i wanna kick ur ass. u son of a bitch!! do not say it again!!
From India, New Delhi
Hi Prathiba,
I have gone through your mail and notd the same, your interest in SAP HRMS you have sought for, in my opinion SAP should be better, because it teaches you various modules and makes you perfect individual.
There lot of private Instituions which has accredation of 9000-2001 Institutions and which is recognised globallly, you can choose any of such institutions which suits your needs, requirements and your budget.
May God bless you

From India, Bangalore
HI Pratibha
You can join any big organisatin where each profile in human resource department is alloted to individual team member where you can learn more about particular profile and gain the experiance and experitise
Sunil , @ cms

From India, Pune
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From India, Madras
dear Pratiba Dikshit
it is great that you want to get some expertise in a part of HR ....... if you have a great interest for SAP i sinciarly tell you to do it..... but before that understand that if you wanna do your SAP you need to be good with your functional knowledge else it is absolutely useless...
so what i mean is ..... firstly decide which is the the area you wanna to concentrate then work on it for an year or two ..... then go for SAP .... this will help you excell both in the area of specialization as well as in your SAP ... or Any ERP package....
Lakshman Kumar Grandhi

From India, Hyderabad
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