Dear HR Pioneers,
first of all, I thank you all for sharing such good information through this wonderful site. It helps me a lot and keep me updated about system of India.
After completion of my Law(LLB) in India. I have finished my MBA from UK and now I like to work in HR. However I have done my MBA in General. Would you people advise me to join any HR course? If yes which would help me the most at this point of era? whether that course will help me to find good job in HR in India too? Is it important/ necessary to get some experience in HR to learn SAP?
I will be highly appreciate your suggestions and guidelines as that will be very important and crucial for starting my new venture in my career.
Many thanx.
sky is the limit.

From United Kingdom, London
Dear Friend,
I appreciate the courses / studies you have done and the achievement you have recieved during your curriculam.
As you have pointed out that you have done your MBA in general, i would like to suggest you that u should do a e - MBA in HR which will gve you a complete picture and knowledge about the HR functions and processes.
Also, e - MBA is done correspondently.....In this case if your unable to do this course in any circumstances, I would suggest you that you can also go for Competency Mapping course which is organised TVRLS Institute at Ahmedabad, Gujarat or for Labour law studies or you can also go for MLS (Master in Labour Studies)....
Doing SAP now will not be convenient for you as you should be having minimum 5 years of work experience and dong SAP from a reputed institute will add weightage to your career.....
Hope i have answered all your questions....
Ankit Chaturvedi

From India, Mumbai
Dear Sir, Many thanx. Your views and suggestions are highly appreciated. I value your guidelines and suggestions. Once again Thanx a tonnes for your time and concern. Regards.
From United Kingdom, London
Hi, i starting a consultancy in mumbai to recruit potentiol employes iwanted some help reg same ie what legal frame works , documents, things required , pit falls in industry
From India, Mumbai
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