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Dear Seniors,
I am doing MBA HR from Symbi Pune through Distance Learning , Previously I was working into recruitments So I have the expereince for 2 years, Now I want to do some additional Regular course so that i can get Into Corporate Hr , Well Symbiosis Is offering Diploma Courses In Law as follows



1) DIPLOMA IN BANKING LAWS (DBL)
Objective:This programme is imparting legal banking education and has kept a goal in view that a professional lawyer as well as a student, who wishes to pursue banking as a career, must be well equipped to perform various roles which they are expected to, with élan, confidence and complete knowledge of the subject matter.
COURSES
Course 1: Banking Laws I
Course 2: Banking Laws II
Course 3: Banking Laws and Financial Institutions
Course 4: Foreign Exchange and Bank Lending

2) DIPLOMA IN LABOUR LAWS AND LABOUR WELFARE (D.L.L & L.W)
Objective: This Diploma Programme provides opportunity for candidates to receive advance instructions in the relationship; and interplay between existing labour-related legislation and the changing industrial scenario. The diploma is specially designed to meet the needs of those whose prior education has been in field other than law and who would like to supplement their database with in-depth knowledge of Labour laws.
COURSES
Course 1: Industrial Relations
Course 2: Social Security Legislations
Course 3: Law of Wages and Principles of Wage fixation
Course 4: Legislation Affecting Condition of Work
Course 5: Case studies in Labour Laws
Course 6: Field Work

3) DIPLOMA IN ARBITRATION, CONCILLATION AND ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION SYSTEM. (D.A.C. & A.D.R.S)
Objective:To train the student in alternative dispute resolution system and stimulate working of Legal Aid Clinics.
COURSES

Course 1: Domestic Arbitration
Course 2: International Commercial Arbitration
Course 3: Conciliation Drafting and Case Study
Course 4: General Laws


5) DIPLOMA IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS LAW & CORPORATE LAWS IN INDIA (D.I.B.L & C.L.I)

Objective:To gain considerable knowledge in practice of corporate laws and International Laws.


COURSES

Course 1: International Economic Law
Course 2: Overview of Corporate Taxation
Course 3: Laws relating to Banking
Course 4: Indian Financial Market and SEBI
Course 5: Competition Act & Consumer Protection Act
Course 6: Company Law, Practice & Procedure
Course 7: Arbitration & International Arbitration

6) DIPLOMA IN CYBER LAWS (D.C.L):

Objective: This programme is meant to impart an in-depth knowledge of Cyber Laws and its applicability in India. This programme aims at emphasizing upon basic concepts of technology and law, digital contracts, rights of Netizens and E-Governance and to study the relevance of IPR in cyberspace by studying the various aspects of cyber laws and regulating them through relevant acts. The programme offers a unique opportunity to have a comparative study of national and international laws keeping in view international scenario in a no barrier world.

COURSES

Course 1: Cyber Jurisprudence
Course 2: Intellectual Property & Cyberspace
Course 3: Cyber Crimes & Related Laws
Course 4: Information Technology Act, 2000
Course 5: Cyber Laws: International Perspective
Course 6: Laboratory Work.




9) DIPLOMA IN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAWS (D.I.P.L)

Objective:To increase the Capability of students to transact with the IPR professional for protection of Intellectual Property generated in their own field.

COURSES

Course 1: Nature, Scope and International Regime of Intellectual Property Laws
Course 2: Law relating to Inventions
Course 3: Law relating to Merchandise Marks
Course 4: The Copyright Act, 1957
Course 5: The Laws relating to Designs and Information Technology


11) DIPLOMA IN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND LABUOR LAWS (D.H.R.M & L.L)

Objective: Effective people management is the key to competitive success. New approaches to managing, motivating, rewarding and developing should be combined with protection of their rights as employees. The ideal reward is the practical benefit of productivity and career progression. The programme enables the student to develop skills and acquire tools to implement HRM policy and link learning with tangible HRM changes in organization or community along with conforming to the law. Ultimately, it benefits both, a lawyer and the manager or the lawyer-manager.

COURSES

Course 1: Organisation, Behavior and Industrial Relations- Managing Change and Quality Management.
Course 2: Human Resource Planning, Development, Compensation and Reward
Course 3: Labour Law I: Laws on Working Conditions, Wages and Labour
Course 4: Labour Law II: Laws on Social Security and Case Studies
Course 5: Practical Training (Projects, Field Visit, Workshop, Emerging Issues, Negotiation, and Conflict Resolution)

Can you Please suggest me which course would be valueable to get into Corporate Hr


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Hi Isha,
Though I don't want to suppress your motivation & enthusiasm at this point of your career,but as your senior I think we should guide our juniors to chose the right path.
doing any diploma in Labour laws or any such course won't be of much help in finding a corporate HR job.
The look for the same experience not the various diploma's or the degrees.
This is a harsh reality.
Keep your updated with all the latest happening in HR as a corporate function,be part of more HR dicussion forums,HR online communities to get exposure to the challenges faced by the HR professionals across the country.
Wait for your time to come & you will get the desired opportunity.
Komal
Dear Komal,
Is It that these Diploma courses are not of any use ? As if right nw i am free , so pursuing some additional course can be lucrative. Its not only to ge into corporate but for knowledge purpose , can it be good for my carrer.
Please Suggest Someone has given me the Information for XLRI to join ! year course what you suggest.
Isha
These courses are certainly of use but provided you have got some practical experience too in the HR function.
Adding onto to your degrees or diploma's number won't fetch you any worth result.
There is no substitute for practical experience.
I would suggect not to waste your money in such diplomas without any real exposure to the function.
Are you well versed with all HR theories,Concepts etc.Do read more stuff in subjects like OD,OB,International HRM,HRA ,Indian Labour laws.
If not kindly update yourself with all in HR .
Komal
Hi Partha,
I was working with a recruitment company and citifinancial bank too I have the experience for 2.7 Year But nw its been ayear i have shifted to pune , I have got married , previoulsly I was in delhi. But I didnt get the desired Job. So in that case pursuing further for my studies can be beneficial for my carrer,
Hi,
Having read and understood your dilemma and considering the basic fact that u have experience in HR it is advisable that you do some relevant courses in the same field..
The most relevant programmes are 11 and 2...unless you have some special interest in the other subjects and you want them as additional qulaification.. However from you professional growth and help perspective 11 looks the most desired.
regards
Dear Isha, Can you help me out that how can i contact to know more detail about this DIPLOMA IN LABOUR LAWS AND LABOUR WELFARE (D.L.L & L.W) . thanks Pinki
Hi Isra,
If you are very serious about your HR career, going for distance HR education will not be a good foundation. I would suggest you to find a list of reputed B-School who teaches Human Resources, choose convenient one and enroll yourself for a full time course, if not possible, at least go for part time courses, where the structure of the course will be similar to the full time and only teaching happens in the evening or weekends, but not the distance education.
Shankar
As you are into HR then I would suggest to go for Diploma in Labur Law and Labour Welfare, as it will give you knowlege of legal terms.
Dear All,
Can any one give me a general idea about SAP inHR,i have no idea about this,
How much beneficial to me ?
What is percentage of campus after doing sap?
please give me proper guidance..
Thanks,
LKS
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