Hai Seniors
This is Priya Jain
Am Working as a Recruiter and my career goal as of know to get into fullfledged HR that is core HR , nw my doubt is i have done done MHRM ( masters in Human resources Management ) from pondi uni now i wan to pursue something which is going to help in my career goal
now you people suggest me what to do which put weightage to my Cv at the same time it should be helpful for me
waiting for your replies asap , mail me at my email id -
Thanks & Regards
Priya Jain

From India, Hyderabad
Recruitment, Policy, Mis, Ijp Etc
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Hi Priya,
As you have done your HRM I don think you need to do any thing else. The only thing you need to look around for better prospects and explore an opportunity in better Companies. Be clear of what you want and which function you are interested in HR. Take a calculative move .... Its Upon your area of Interest.
Abhijeet Pai
Sr. Exec. Recruitments

From India, Mumbai
Hai Abhi
Thanks A Lot Abhi for careeer guidance ,
u know something i got total app 4 years of experience but not in HR in HR only 6 months that too in Recruitments but i want to get into pure Hardcore HR, if you have any idea any opening let me know and at the same time i don't want to waste my time as people say i don't have domain knowledge and exp that is a reason i want to go for a course or accredit ions which adds weigtage to my CV
please Suggest
Thanks & Regards
Priya Jain

From India, Hyderabad
Hi Priya,

It is please to see your view to make progress.As stated by you,you have already done your MHRM and wants to proceed further.

Being career counselor i hope to help you.

Priya please check following points for choosing your future path.


2.Go through some psychological tests to find your skills and abilities

3.Discuss with some authority you know having rich experience in HR about the result of the psychological tests.

4.Don't look towards results as lacking but as the improvement areas to improve.

5.Know various areas in HR like Training and development, Personnel laws,Administration, time office, other legal compliances, counseling, recruitment, policy making, strategic HR, HR audits,career planning etc. Some areas stated here are covered under HR in some organizations only.

6.Choose your INTEREST area.

7.Know the courses available in that area from various universities.

8.Remember when your working area is your INTEREST area you will never get tense in your life & you can deliver the best results.

Also know that a degree can give you certificate not the experience and increments.It is your knowledge which gives you real prospectus.Hence search for knowledge when you take the education.Knowledge is application part of what you study.

Be in contact for any more information you need.

All the best.


Mangesh Bhanage

Manager Employee Relations(Training & Development)

From India, Pune
hello..i m Aiyaz doin my final year engineering in I.T.. i have an aggregate of 79% till 7th semester.i m interested in doing higher studies.. right now i m in a dilemma to decide whether to pursue Ms in I.T oriented field or Ms in Management..which is a good option and has good job opportunities...please guide me.
From India, Madras
now i m working as a hr recruitment in bfsi sector now suggest me which course i should pursue through i can explore in this industry?
From India, Pune

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