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I'm a student of M.A. in English pursuing SAP-HR training from an institute of Kolkata want to do PGDHRM at regular course.An institute is offering a course named PGDIRM in which HR is only one sub-part..I want to know that is this course will be helpful for me in my careerograph in future?
Hi What are the other subjects being offered? And what is the name of the institute? Though this doesn’t really make a huge difference. Regards Ryan
At present i dont have any job of HR is pursuing SAP-HR training and want to do PGDHRM.If i pursue PGDBM from any distant learning course with HR as special subject,will it be helpful for me for my future career?If it is which institutes should i prefer?

The reason I asked about the other subjects is that HR careers cannot operate without knowledge of other sectors. For eg. you don't need to learn marketing when doing a Finance MBA or you dont need to do Biology, if you want a career in chemistry.
So, find out if your course has Pschology?Labour Laws?

Thanx for ur reply.I'm scribbling you the details of the so called course INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS & PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT.
The course contains five papers in total.Namely:
I. Organization Behavior
II. Personnel Management
III. Human Resource Develpoment
IV. Industrial Relations
V. Labor Legislation
The sub-part HRD contains the following topics:
1. Introduction to HRD
2. HR Planning,Concept & Definations
3. Job Analysis
4. Recruitment & Selection(Psychological Test)
5. Performance Appraisal System
6. Performance Management
7. Sub-system of HRD(HRD Tools)
8. Training & Development
9. Succession Planning & Career Planning
10. Proactive & Reactive HR
11. International HRM
This is the total structure of the course of one year duration.Is this course will be helpful for me for my future career?
Thanking You

This course will be useful. However, my personal view is that it should contain psychology since HR is a subject dealing with humans and not inanimate objects. It seems a bit cramped syllabus for one year.
It would be better if you get into a full time course instead of distance learning. If you cant manage finances, a part time course would be better than distance learning.
All the best!

Thanx for your reply.Actually im not stressing more in Pyschology as a subject in HR because i have studied Psychology as my pass subject during my graduation and as an optional during IAS Exam.But i should keep in mind certainly what you said.
This course from Bhaban's is part-time course but regular.
Can you please give me another info. that after completion of my SAP-HR how many years of experience i need for job actually?Do freshers have any chance here?

I understand that SAP-HR can be a separate career within HR, somewhat like training. So if your inclination is towards the technical side of HR, this is a good option.
I understand freshers can get opportunities in SAP-HR... once you build about 2-3 yrs exp in this field, then it gets better... :D
Hope this helps you!

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