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Fshivani
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Hiii everyone ,
I have done my MBA HR,and have 1Yr of experience in HR activities. But now I am planning to do some extra courses who can help me to grow further , I can't quit my job so I looking forward for some distance prog .
Can anybody suggest me courses which I can Do???
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Dear Shivani, You can go for M.Phil in HR and L.LB.. and if interested for IT courses, you can go for SAP HCM, Oracle HR, Peoplesoft.. All the best... CRK
Please give your suggestions; Is is worth doing M Phil in HR or LLB through distant course? If yes then which university is best for doing so? Regrds Vikram
Dear Team Please find the attached CV and suggest me out in career prospects Will appericiate your views & suggestions Pooja
If you are interested into manufacturing industry then do Labour Law kindof courses, like DLL / LW.
Dear All,
One can opt distant mode courses from the following list .
Diploma in Training and Development from ISTD
PG Diplomas in Counselling and Guidance.
PG Diploma in Labour Laws and Administrative Laws
PG Diploma in HR and Industrial Relations.
There are many on line courses are also available...
S.Sethupathy,
Do LLB in Bangalore or PMIR or DLL in DDE...... It will very useful for you to work in IR setting......
Dear Shivani,
Since we are passing through a globalised, changed economy, organizations has to improve the competitiveness as well as learning capabilities. It is the duty of the HR Manager to take the challenging role to lead the organization in to more and more heights. Hence he should be a change agent for applying OD intervention strategies including overall restructuring of the organization. His duty involves improving the behavioural aspects and attitudes of employees in order to avoid mental blocks for adapting changes in the organization. Hence tomorrows HR Manager should be a Psychologist. So you can go for a Master Degree in Psychology as well as a PG Diploma course in Guidance and Counselling through Distance Learning programs. For value addition SAP HR is also useful for running along with IT environment.
Thanks and regards
Asok kumar.R
hi I have done my mba in hr now want to corelate with IT what will b good for my career in IT testing what thing i have to do for dat can anyone help me out. geetanjali
Dear F Shivani,
Firstly there is a need to make your career’s Goal; here you are talking about the action plan only which is not the way of success.
I would like to say that firstly you make your Goal then accordingly you plan and take one way as suggested by our friends or may be something else.
If you need any further assistance to make the same please feel free to call me on 9718593788.
Please note that I would like to suggest you that there is no need to quit your present job, there are lot of sources nowadays from where you can achieve your objective without leaving Job.
Regards and best of Luck,
Ajay Mehta
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