Hiten Parekh
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Dear Friends:-P
Actually I am working as a Sr. HR Executive in a MNC & also doing MBA(HR) through distance learning concurrently thinking of doing Company Secretarial course from ICSI therefore just wanted to know if doing CS alongwith MBA(HR) would help in building my career best in HR in near future.
I am keen to do CS as my goal is to become a COO or HR Director of the company and I also have looked up to an advetisement for the position of a HR Director in newspaper few days back where it was mentioned that CS degree would be an added advantage so guys what do u think whether I should go for this course or not?:confused:
Also do let me know the scope of CS & MBA in coming years.
Awaitig for your earliest reply!!:!:
Thanks in advance
4th May 2009 From India, Delhi
Dear Anu,
MBA & CS is the good combination.
but, by the end of the day it all depends upon how u take your skills to work or to produce outputs. means proper organization of skills & used them at the right time is more important.
4th May 2009 From India, Gurgaon
Hello everyone!:)
Even after so many views no body tried to answer my query briefly but i do have one more query on same subject as I am planning to do one more course alongwith MBA-HR which cud help me in builiding my career in HR so just want to ask if CS or LLB would be beneficial therefore you all are requested to clear my doubts on this topic at the earliest.
Would really appreciate if anyone cud tell me abt. LLB programme descripitively like eligibility to get enrolled for it (I am a science graduate so am i eligible for LLB?), Universities offering LLB Programme through distance mode, duration of course, fee structure etc.
Awaiting for earliest reply!!:?::confused:
Thanks with regards
11th May 2009 From India, Delhi
Hi Anu:
Let me first suggest you the following:
1) If you want to do CS alongwith MBA (HR) that is a very nice option.
2) If you want to LLB there are humpteen universities offering LLB courses through distance mode.
3) No matter a science graduate, lots of universities are offering LLB courses through distance mode.
4) But CS/LLB/MBA(HR) just think about the mix once again.

11th May 2009 From India, Madras
Hi Balaji
Really thanks for your prompt reply but cud u plz. tell me the indian universities providing correspondence course in LLB bcoz i have done extensive search but cud not find relevant info. I am in confused state becoz i have taken the guidance of some of my seniors few of them r saying CS is gud while some r saying LLB wud b a gr8 option so unable 2 decide therefore posting here 2 have more suggestions on same topic.
Kindly help me in deciding that which one is better CS+MBA or LLB+MBA.
Hope to have a clear resolution from your end.
Thanks a lot
11th May 2009 From India, Delhi
hello guys Should i consider that there is nobody 2 help me in deciding my career studies??????????????????????????:no: Please do reply! Anu
12th May 2009 From India, Delhi
There are unversities such as University of Madras, Annamalai University (in Chennai, Tamilnadu) who offers LLB courses on distance mode.
But if you want to do CS, the distance option would also be best, as for CS also many institute offers CS course. Institute of CS of India has regional offices all over metros and you can search on it.
I think i have given a bit of guidance or suggestion. Go ahead after careful consideration of views of seniors.

12th May 2009 From India, Madras
Dear Friends
Please resolve my query by voting on same subject that which one is better CS+MBA or LLB+MBA to build my career well in HR. I need more suggestions on same to decide properly. I do not want to feel regret afterwards so pleaseeeeeeee do respond! I need ur guidance.
Still hoping something positive!!!!!!!
13th May 2009 From India, Delhi
where r all hr members should i stop alarming u to suggest me a good career option? I never expected such behaviour from any one. 86 persons viewed this quey but nobody is ready to answer. Whyyyyyyyyy?????????
14th May 2009 From India, Delhi
It would be better if you go for MBA +LLB.
Because you should feel proud once you become and HR Director, as you are rich with HR Management concepts which all have a strong bond with Indian labour laws.
Go ahead with serious study of LLB +MBA
Good luck
14th May 2009 From India, Kochi
HI Anu,
I can understand ur mind set in doing a course , so that u can enchance ur career.
I really appreciate your idea. But it also depends on so many factors like ur exp in work & which area ur in spec in & ur typr of industry etc. Pls let me know I will try to help out.
Regards-Santhosh -HR Consultant.
U can mail me at
14th May 2009 From India, Madras
Dear Soju
THanks lot 4 ur guidance.
Dear Santosh
As u have asked would like to say that I have approx. 3 years of experience in entire gamut of HR functions. I believe that I do have sound knowledge of Statutoy concepts, Payroll mgmt, Compensation & benefits, REcruitment & selection, T& D, Exit procedures, PMS, Salary fixation, HRIS etc. recently joined a telecom company & now i am keen to become a HR Director/COO of cmpany therefore unable to decide which one wud b better as some r saying to go 4 CS WHILE some 4 LLB alongwith MBA (PURSUING mba from ignou, delhi) so kindly suggest me which one wud b much bette 4 career prospects & of course in salary packages.
Waiting 4 ur valuable suggestion!!!
Thanks with regards
14th May 2009 From India, Delhi
Dear Anu, As per my knowledge and current scenario of the industries its better do CS+MBA. Regards Kirti PAtel
14th May 2009 From India, Ahmadabad
Hi Anu,

First - You should have patience after posting your question / querry. You can request for opinions, views but cant insist. One would be prompted to answer queries specific to legal aspect, HR Systems etc. but it advising / opining on someone career aspiration is a little difficult.

Second - I hope you have considered to fact that 'becoming Director HR' means fulfilling the requirements and discharging the responsibilities of Director HR. Becoming Director HR will not be a destination, it will be a journey. Hope you have considered aspects of your career aspirations:

What it requires (may be you have figured out - MBA, CS / LLB)
How to reach there (mere qualifications will not take you there. How part needs to be thought out in advance. Proactiveness is required in terms understanding the role of Director HR, competencies required to be a successful Director (other than qualification). You have to make strong will that societal requirements donot come in way of your ambition / aspirations.

Third - MBA + CS is better option than MBA + LLB - my personal opinion based on fact that CS will be a better course to do through correspondance as compared to LLB. ISCS holds contact classes and discussions as well.

Here, I must appreciate your ambition and wish you good luck. The enthusiasm with which you have started this post may continue.
14th May 2009 From India, New Delhi
Dear Anupatiyal It is better to go for LLB , because there is tremendous scope for MBA HR + LLB. Once you get command on laws it is so useful for your career growth. Regards Gangadhar
7th November 2010 From India, Eluru
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