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yogitabehl
Dear All,
Greetings!
Would like to go for PG in Industrial Relation & Persnal Managment from Bharitiya vidya bhawan, is thins benifical in carrer growth and what about its placment.
Thanks & Regards
Yogita

From India, Delhi
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Rajeevdixit
Hr , Personnel & Admin
Rizwan Razi
Incharge H.r & Administration
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vineetnautiyal
Hi yogita, study is always beneficial but first check that will it help you to grow in current profile. Vineet Nautiyal
From India, Delhi
vineetnautiyal
you can also check same course thru P.U.(conducting Evng classes in DAV college) or H.P. University. H.P. University having exam center in chandigarh. Vineet Nautiyal
From India, Delhi
yogitabehl
Hi,
Thanks for your suggestion....As per my knowldege bhartiya vidya bhawan is govt regonizd institue....but really dont have any idea about its placemnt..
My current profile include HR & Admin, bt more admin and less HR , so wanted to move in core HR. I did MBA through DLP now would likt to go for some regular digree or diploma.
Thanks
Yogita

From India, Delhi
vineetnautiyal
Bhartiya vidya bhawan is good institue to study but they are not providing good plcmnt.
I would advise you to try somewhere in HR where u can do more HR work. Practical knowledge is different from theory..
Regards,
Vineet Nautiyal

From India, Delhi
yogitabehl
Dear Vineet,
Thanks for sharing your thoughts, I have been trying for HR from last more than one year but did not get the opportunity as my MBA is fom DLP so thought to get some regular diploma or digree in d same.
Thanks & Regards
Yogita

From India, Delhi
Rizwan Razi
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Dear Yogita,
I.R is a very important part of H.R. We H.R people lack in I.R issues because most of people have no Law background. In my point of view, if you have selected H.R & Admin field as a career. You must go for I.R study, it will definitely help you in your H.R career.
The people who have not sufficient knowledge of I.R, they are not able to run H.R department properly, I will strongly recommend you that you must go for PG in I.R.
Best of Luck,
Rizwan
Lahore

From Pakistan, Lahore
rajeevdixit
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Hi Yogitabehl ,
I have done PG in industrial relations and personnel management from bhartiya vidya bhavan's .It has helped me a LOT.actually i would say
it is more beneficial then an HR diploma.because it contains legal
side of HR,Acts and much more which is very important .Even you can apply for govt jobs if you wish .
Please go ahead with it. All the best
Regards
Rajeev Dixit

From India, Bangalore
yogitabehl
Dear Rajeev, Than a lot..even i was finding someone who has done the same from BVB...thank u so much...which batch u passout? wt about the faculties over there ? they provide placement as well??
From India, Delhi
nehadasani08@gmail.com
Hello
I am thinking of pursuing Industrial Relation & Personnel Management course from Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan New Delhi.
Want to know how is the course, its industry value n what kind of placements are offered?
Are placements offered after completion of the course?
Pls reply..thanku

From India, Delhi
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