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Neha...
first of all... relax.
I don't know how big is the recruitment firm you are attached to but one thing you should and must appreciate that recruitment is an indispensable part of HR.
The easiest way for you is to enter into recruitment team of a company where they are serving only internal recruitments... however, you must exhibit strong recruitment skills to them at the job interview.
You are on a right track... don't worry. Complete your MBA... be a better person, a positive person... the world would change for you. Just think positive....
Learning oracle HR would definitely help

From India, New Delhi
Dear Neha,
ur voice tells ur the zeal & ambitious person, its good sign to ur growth, Dont feel bad that for ur working in consultancy, see, recruitment also one of the specialized area in HR, first, be specialized in this, have some good people contact, with some references u definatly get into corporate world, see if u have good communication & r y ready to work with less salary in Bangalore pls send ur profileto my id, and try to understand first, in india 70% of CEO;S from graduation background, that to ur doing MBA, its really proud thing, first try to increse self esteem in ur current job,
ALL THE BEST
Manjunath
MJ Management Consultants
Bangalore
+91 9740604249

From India, Bangalore
No Mam....
My parents will not allow me to go outside Delhi.... In fact they are also not allowing me in some places in Delhi / Ncr.... This is the another reason why I am not getting good offers..... but definitely I'll forward my CV to you ... Also, I've started good contacts with some Company HR.....

From India, Lucknow
Hi Neha,
Sorry I am replying late.
I completely agree with Mr.Sudhir Wagh.
I would advise you can join some practical training centre for HR professionals in your area for Payroll, Statutory compliance etc. OR you can approach your friends / known people handling HR Generalist profile who can guide you.
Also keep reading cite hr threads regularly to update your knowledge, the same thing I am doing.
Also first be clear where you want to go - HR Generalist OR IT. Focus your field and go ahead.
Best wishes.
Regards,
Vaishalee

From India, Pune
Sorry Mam I can’t come..... but if you find some opening in Delhi / NCR please let me know....
From India, Lucknow

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