Chum
Hr Manager
SK SINGH
Recruitment, Payroll Management, Statutory
H.sree_hr
Compensation & Benefits
+2 Others

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Dear Seniors,
I had completed my BSC Computers, I got an opportunity to work as HR & Admin Assistant in a Construction company (i worked for 1 year)..now iam working for a Software company.
Now i am looking for a change, wanted to work in HR dept only
As i had done BSC computers, when iam facing any interview, every one is asking me whyi have Choosen my Career in HR
Iam replying them, as i got my first opportunity to work in HR, so iam continuing in the same
But i want to reply them in a good Manner,
Please Suggest
Regards,
Sree

Dear Sree...
In Interviews you should say HR is your passion so u like to be as maestro in HR and Long term goal is to be as HR manager this makes to satisfy the interviewer.... All the best buddy HR
Regards,
Ramkishore

Dear Seniors,
I am new to this forum and this is my first post, please pardon if I make any mistakes . My query is that , I have completed my Engineering(Electronics and telecommunication) in 2009 and since past 1year I have been working in HR projects in a big MNC as a Trainee Engineer . Now the thing is that I like the kind of work I do and wish to make a career in HR management .So please guide me in regrds to the following points
1.How should I tell my company to put me in their HR dept.?
2.What course/certification should I do to add value to my B.E. degree?
3.How should I proceed ?

Hi Sree,
your answer is good, but, you have to put the other way. " I accidently or blissfully got my first opportunity to work as HR and having good experience in entire gaumt of HR. Having experience in HR field, I don't wanted to change. So, I have decided to become a professional HR, also I am pursuing my masters in Human Resources". Yes, join MBA, it will help you..
If you have more queries.... post me....

Dear Sampann.Agarwal..
Firstly Welcome to HR maestro..
1. You show that you have very much interest towards HR
2. In case it will be added advantage if you complete PGHRM,PGDM in HR or MBA (HR) or MSW you will stick on to the career
3. you ask for Job enlargement and ask your HOD and your existing HR to check whether you have any vacancy in HR in the same company...
Regards,
Ramkishore

Hi frn,
Sounds good.
1.How should I tell my company to put me in their HR dept.?
Goto your HR Head directly (in person) and express your feel. I am sure, they will take you.
2.What course/certification should I do to add value to my B.E. degree?
If you want to continue in HR, thn do MBA from reputed univ.
3.How should I proceed ?
I hope no hurdles in your way, juz hit the wall till it breat.
Keep rockin.....

Hi Sree...!!
Well that question is very obvious. You have to reply very smartly. You can simply tell them that your interest is in HR and you have the skills set that makes you confident to become a successful HR professional. In addition to that I would sincerely suggest you to pursue any PG or diploma course in management opting specialization as Human Resource. In general only skills set is not enough to become a good HR it has to be backed by a good academic/professional courses.
Best of Luck.
Thanks

Dear Seniors,
Actually I can't do a full time MBA and need to support my family .So what should I do in this case ...
1.Whether do a part time or executive course from a reputed university ?
2.Currently I am having only 1 yr experience and the part time/executive courses need 2-3yrs of experience ?
3.What certification should I do till then or should I read any books ?

Dear Sampan,
Go for Symbiosis, it provides both MBA as well as diploma in management through correspondence. The course fee is reasonable and it has got a good reputation too.
Thanks and wish you best of luck.

Dear Sir, Pls suggest any other institute / college to complete MBA / MSW for distance or part time regards, ashish
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