SAP HR After MBA - CiteHR
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Hi all,
I would like to know that after doing my MBA (distance learning) will the SAP HR will help me in my career growth. Actually right now i am in the different profile ( working as a counsellor) in a very reputed Management Institute in NCR and getting the package around 3 lac per anm. But I really want to do something in HR. It is my dream job.
I am already a post graduate (M.A. English) and in the final sem of MBA.
so, please help me out and provide me the details.
Waiting for suggestions and guidence.

First you need to see u want to do HR in which field?? and SAP is a functional (ERP) better you first understand what ERP SAP then think about to join SAP course
And i will help you in SAP Training (Direct or online) with Step-by-step configurations screen shots with documents.

I have completed my MBA (HR) from Pune University. Currently Iam working in Manufacturing company.
I want to enroll my self for the SAP course.
Can you please guide me?
My mail ID is

Hi Aruna & Kadambari,
SAP HR is a good option to pursue, especially if you love HR and have a slightly technical bend of mind. A course in SAP HR is best pursued from a SAP Academy or e-Academy. You can check out the authorised training partners on the SAP website. You can also get all the information you need about courses from SAP Education Services.
Ideally, you should get at least two years of domain experience in HR before you do the HR course. This will allow you to get a better understanding of what SAP HR is all about and how you can put it to best use.
I myself completed my SAP HCM (HR) certification recently after six years of domain experience. The study was real eye opener for me and has introduced me to the power of SAP.
I hope you too go on to a similar experience.

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