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DeepaUpreti-18
Is an MBA mandatory? Are there any small entry-level HR positions where any graduate can get hired and learn on the job? If a person has good communication skills, working knowledge of MS Office and very good internet research skills, can she get some kind of entry level HR job to get some experience?
I looked through job sites and found HR Trainee openings which did not ask for an MBA or any other HR diploma course. What does an HR Trainee do? What are the skill sets a person should have to get an entry level HR job? Is there any short term course in Bangalore that can train a person for entry level position in HR? Any kind of help would be great.
Thanks

From United States, San Diego
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iinfrasolservices
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Sadly but true because thats the way the rat race works. Moreover over here Paper Degrees are valued more than actual Grey Cells in almost all cases. But having said that you can nurture your Knowledge, skills and practical experience of people handling skills. Maybe you can begin with Recruitments at any Consultancy/ Placement agency and then learn Payroll & Compensation. A 1 year certificate or diploma program with overall view of all HR related areas should help. But most importantly you need to have passion for doing the job. Since it involves with dealing with people, remember that people differ as much as their finger prints. Each one is a unique case to be handled and one needs to be flexible to possible limits to handle HR within the rule book frame work..................rgrds
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DeepaUpreti-18
Thanks, can you please suggest any such one year diploma course in HR in Bangalore? Is there any part time course that can be done on weekends or in the evening? How valued are part time courses?
Is it possible to self-study to get familiar with payroll and compensation concepts? If yes can you please give some good resources like books and web links.

From United States, San Diego
iinfrasolservices
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I guess there would be quite a few University courses and 1year PG Diploma Courses/ Certifications in HR through Distance Education or correspondence. Regarding their valuation of courses, i wont be in a position to comment. Its just like saying someone who knows swimming will never drown which is not the case. But it would certainly help you if you can build up on your knowledge base and it would give you an idea about what HR is all abouts. There are many online forums too like citehr which can help you gain insight into the finer aspects of HR. A Genuine and Authentic interviewer will also try to see Knowledge and practical experience instead of laying weightage to paper degrees which are sold in every nook and corner of the country..................rgrds
From India, Mumbai
jayanka Rao
Can you please advice about the 1 yr Executive program in HR from IIM calcutta at diferent centers.
From India, Delhi
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