Asst. General Manager - Hr
Epc Based In Noida
I have completed my MSW in the year 2010.Previously working as a Asst HR Executive in manufacturing company for a period of 7 months and now m presently working as a Welfare officer in manufacturing company.please suggest me after completion of one year shall i join other company as a Sr.HR Executive...?
22nd August 2011 From India, Bangalore
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22nd August 2011 From India, Pune
- First, you need to confirm, from where you have done your PGDHRM, what was a duration (1 year / 2 years), Full time or part time, Is it approved by AICTE or not ?
- In case you have already spent two full years on PGDHRM, then there is no point in spending time and money on same course once more. To my knowledge PGDHRM and MBA curriculum will hardly have any difference. What matters is from where you did your studies and how sincerely you have pursued that.
- I wonder, why you did PGDHRM why not MBA straightaway.
- Do not waste your time and money learning same things again and again. Do not get carried away by fancy brochures and colorful advertisements.
23rd August 2011 From India, Pune
It looks that you are getting distracted by the various suggestions you are getting.
Whatever you have done is already done ! ok !!! Don't repent for what you have done earlier, as you would have taken up PGDHRM at that moment of time, when you had limited understanding of the prospects and while going through the course you would have come across the fact about being a Post Graduate (i mean, MBA or MSW). No worries.. this happens to many of us.
Now, a wise decision would be to continue your MBA than MSW. I am really not sure if the Institute/University you have mentioned is an approved / recongnized one, but any of the other universities which are State or Central Universities would do. You may take this MBA while you are working, so that you can keep earning, both Money and Experience at the same time. Also your earnings would help you to meet your university course and examination fees too.
For your query, "should i invest considerable amount to do MBA?", i would personally not invest Lakhs of rupees to get that *expensive* MBA. I would choose any State or Central University's MBA and try to excel in that.
I hope this helps you to take a decision.
Wishing you all the best in your career.
24th August 2011 From India, Bangalore
It is advisable to go for pursuing PG diploma course in HR Management for a 2 year duration. Employers give first preference to MBA because of this reason. Other than Universities no institute is awarding MBA degrees. Even IIMs are also awarding PG Diploma in Management. But in the certificate it is mentioned as equivalent to MBA.
It is an utter waste of time and money if you are doing 1 year PG diploma as part time course as you are not able to fetch anything in these diplomas. For more details, kindly contact me at
R K Nair
28th August 2011 From India, Aizawl
Thanks for your valuable reply.
But according to my belief,Knowledge is the main key to achieve success in any field.
Though I know recruiters will give preference to MBA students only but what about the students who have done PGDHRM (One Year),It will not worth if they will learn anything,but if the student is a good learner and seeker,he or she can achieve any thing in life.
There are so many people who can devote 2 years of their time in persuing 2years MBA,a brief,summarised and time saver PG diploma is boon for them
29th August 2011 From India, Delhi