Ukmitra
Business Development, Employee Relations,
Smanoj1969
Service
Anita P Panicker
Sr Hr Executive
Sajanssa
Mba Hr
Aslamsha123
Hr Manager
Nagu6blue
Officer - Hr
+3 Others

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I have 10 yrs of experience in The Indian Air Force,in HR,Admin,Laision.
I have resigned from IAF(Jan '09) and looking for an opportunity in corporate.
Pls suggest me how to get started? should i go for some training/courses or directly for a job.
If there r training/courses available pls lemme know with the details.
l m from Delhi.
Thanx

From India, Delhi
sir,
i am too young to suggest you for career but i would like to tell you there is placement agancy which help ret.Indian arms people to get a suitable opportunity
you can register your resume with them they provide free service for ex arms people
thank you
sarita

From India, Panipat
you can contact them for placement
Air Force Association Placement Cell
Specialisation: All Categories of ex-airforce Personnel – and their families ONLY Age of Company: 10 years
Address - Airforce Station, Race Course Camp New Delhi – 110003
Phone - 23011211; 23011208, Email -
Fax - 23792415, Website - Air Force Association
sarita

From India, Panipat
thanx sarita, i vil surely contact them. do you have any idea regarding some HR training courses?
From India, Delhi
Hello sector15 u can do a short term course like executive course in Social & HR, many university provide this type of course for working professionals. Manoj Singh
From India, New Delhi
well,
as per course concern a SAP course in hr has tremendous demand a opportunity
i dun know your basic qualification so i cant tell u completely but if u have interest in computer go for this course
and but, you must not start your study ex arms people are always in demand of industry you can search directly for job and can start a short trem correspondence course . IGNOU will be right option you can have details of course from them by going to OGNOU or just right a simple letter they will send u detail of course
thank you

From India, Panipat
Hi,
Although I am not concern with HR, but I am working in an education based IT company provides online exam preparation.
You can also join distance course from symbiosis, Pune which gives such courses.
Thanks,

From India, Chandigarh
Hey Sector 15,
1. Ofcourse start applying for job, immediately with your taget salary in mind.
2. You are a perfectly fitting profile for Admin and Hr - Asst Manager position.
3. Ofcourse with your IAF background, you can good opening in Administaration as Asst Manager, Head or higher if you are able to have a win-win case for the company.
4. The HR in corporate world is bit different from your area of expertise but I am sure with time you will master them soon, infact faster.
5. Suggest course : first search the Citehr. Thousands of advice around and I am sure you will gather what you have to do and specialise. If you still have to do something immediately to fill your inquiring mind...do short term course in HR certification etc.
Regards
ukmitra
6.

From Saudi Arabia, Riyadh
My two cents worth.
Corporate HR is different from Defence Admin. You need to prepare yourself for it. You will get a job without it also, but it may not be as paying. Moreover you will need to learn on the fly which will hinder your normal progress.
I suggest that you do 1 year executive MBA from any of the good colleges in Delhi. MDI , Amity, FMS etc. You will be better equipped. You should be getting a better job. And by the end of your studies, the recession would also have eased out and you will find a good job.
All the best.

From India, Hyderabad
Dear Sir
We are a Labour compliance management services concern. Our concern offers a special place for IAF personnels in our organisation and many from IAF are engaged in ours. If your interested you may contact our North regional HR person Mr. Prabhu at Delhi. His contact no is 9310507858.
with regards
Nagendran K
Kolkata

From India, Delhi

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