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hi everyone
am currently pursuing mba from a mediocre institute, specializing in hr.in this tyme of recession i ve no hopes of getting placed.so rite now i wish to study further.can someone plss suggest some courses dat are in demand n so wud add weight to my cv.
thx in advance

Dear shimona, Plz go for Diploma in Labour Laws if you are planning to join HR. Opinion submitted as requested. Regards, R.N.Khola Sr.Associate Skylarhk associates, Gurgaon
be slow n steady, do one course at a time n absorb it 100%. start with labour laws then competence mapping or psychometric testing compensation n benefits and so on
dear shimona i can understand your problem LLB is not bad idea ,you can take up the job inbetween. tks js malik
thanks a lot
first of all i wanna thank u all for sparing ur valuable time and replying..am really gr8ful..
i wanted to ask..r there some other full time courses too..llb..i v started to look for but other than dat..some courses in training..or anythin dat u can think of dat wud add value..
n for labour laws..which re d good institutes???

Hi shimona,
I understand it is tough to get a job you expected in this time of Recession. Please Change yourself to accept the job whatever you get according to your stream easily and get experience in job with studying Diploma in Labour Laws simultaneously.
Please dont lose hope. The word Recession makes you to be patient like all. Keep trying for Interviews. You will definitely win.
My wishes in advance for you.
Harish Pandey.

+91 96182-20802.

Dear Shimona,
There is no need to change anything. It is just your worries that are creeping inside you.
First of all we should understand that the recessionary time isn't that bad that we wont fetch a job.
Secondly, HR if its specialized we need not look for anything else because as HR we can get job anywhere.
The only thing we need to work is where?????
There are certain tactics to get in direct touch with HR. Send your resume from the sites of the company in Career option.
They will surely get back to you if you are able to satisfy the criterias they need.
Do not think about anything else because you are already pursuing specialization.
And guys please do not demotivate her by suggesting weird options.
I hope this should help us to get the things cleared up.


I will always suggest to learn more and more, go for additional courses as suggested by senior member.

But more and more important thing is Be Positive never say ‘i ve no hopes’. If you are confident u will get job easily. This will help you in your interview as well.

We all know current market condition, and had done a lot of discussion on the same. Still Indian Market is not that bad. Hiring is still on .

Remember One Thing to Success and Sustain in the Market Confidence is key for everyone.

http://indiatimes.com <link updated to site home> Industry/Indian-job-market-showing-signs-of-recovery-Study/articleshow/4565932.cms


Please respect your own institute first then respect yourself then your studies...
No Institute is bigger than human being. Human being itself is an institute. No Qualification is bigger than experience must have faith in your ability.
Do not chase big commercials..Use your mind and try to learn more about HR and your self to become good HR professional.
No institute is midocare.....All are good

thx so much sam, brijesh n pallavi...i am lookin for jobs..have posted my resume also..but side by side i am lookin for some course to add to my qualification also..so pls all if u know of any such good option..which is worth doin..pls let me know
thxx so much!!

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