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How ru doing? I wanted advice on doing SAP HR course…
I am Saikrupa, done my MBA in HR. And I have got 2 years of IT Recruitment experience in Bangalore. I am planning to do SAP HR course after 6 months..
I wanted to know few details regarding SAP HR Course… and want to be a functional consultant..
Where Can I do SAP HR Course?
Best training institutes with moderate fees?
Do I need to have technical Knowledge?
Do I need to have domain experience?
What is the future market of SAP HR Consultants?
What would be the starting pay package for freshers in SAP?
I request you to give me a sincere advice on this?
Thanks in advance for ur time…..
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I have attached the previous discussion thread on SAP HR for your reference. Go though it and I am not sure abt the training centres in bangalore. With regards to Chennai there are lots of institutes that offer for even 15k...
~Raghav V

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Thanks a lot Raghav for providing the information on SAP HR. One more question I have i.e., I have got 2 years of Recruitment experience in Consultancy. 1year in domestic and 1 year in US IT Recruitment. Is this domain experience considered for doing SAP HR course? And I am planning to do SAP HR after 5 months. Can I get free SAP HR course material? So that I can read it as a theory.
Hi Saikrupa,
1year in domestic and 1 year in US IT Recruitment is enough for doing the SAP HR.
"free SAP HR course material" - :( I dont have it with me and Nothing comes free in this world. :D
You can do it provided, the company that you work gives you an oppurtunity to implement SAP else you wont be able to gain the experience.
All the Best.
~Raghav V
I read in ET recently, Indian Railways going to automate their HRMS(ERP) and TCS, Wipro, IBM and Oracle trying hard to get the contract.
Once this is finalised there may be more opportunities in these companies for people with HR experience and IT knowledge in ERP
Hi Murali,
That would be great... a massive project which Indian Railways will takeup. Okay then great oppurtunities for SAP professionals. But again they would prefer experienced guys. Still yet to do SAP HR long way to go !!
Thanks murali for ur information.
Hi, Try to involve into IT related activities under HR function connected to ERP. This may be useful to some extent. Murali.
Hi Murali, Do you know it exactly, Which ERP they are using whether Oracle or SAP Pls do let me know...if you have the information
Hi Folks,
Welcome to my Group: "SAP HRM" and post your queries and replies over there. This will make the group unique and people wont find it difficult to look for SAP HR related discussions in each forums.
hi raghav
This si shyam.M I am done with my MBA in HR and now working with a leading consulting c/o as HR recruiter . Can anyone suggest me how to shape my career from here is it worth doing SAP HR... OR SIX SIGMA IN HR ... WHICH INSTITUTE CAN IT BE DONE IN CHENNAI PLEASE ..........................

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