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I've just finished my MBA in HR n systems...n looking ot for a in HR job. I wanna further continue my studies....Could ul guide me which course in HR would be helpful for my career...

From India, Bangalore
Try getting in the general HR role. Work for some time. You will really come to know your intrests only then. Regards, Santosh Verma.
From India, Bangalore
Hey you are just in the right place...with an MBA in HR and Systems, n no. of IT companies will be willing to hire you. So go ahead, start working. Hands on experience counts much more than any fancy degrees in this field.
However, of you really wanna study further, you can go for specialized courses available in Org. Behaviour; Org. Development; Training etc.

From India, Hyderabad
First decide what you want to do whether you want to continue and go ahead with more degrees or you want to start your career in the market
if you really want to continue your studies as one of our HR's told, there are plenty of courses to do but that can be done when you are working as well
what i can advise you is to look for a better place where you can earn some knowledge what you have learnt in college and simultenously you can go ahead with further studies as well
- Mirza

From Saudi Arabia, Jiddah
thanz a lot guys...all of ul were of help...
**Santosh Verma, I'm looking out for an HR job in Bangalore...Is there any way u could help....
I'm sorry for contacting u this way, i unable to PM u until i have posted 5 msgs...

From India, Bangalore
Dear All,
In continuation with Shalgal's mail,...
I have done my MBA in HR and Marketing and am a commerce post graduate as well...but I find lot of difficulties in handling the part related to laws and legislations..I have a flair to undergo such study as i like the subject very much ,but, not able to decide whether I should go further for some such course or not(I am working as MGR-Hr)or whether this will come by experience itself?Kindly advice.

From India, Ahmadabad
to your query, let me answer you in this way; of course experience let you learn many things which you wont be able to learn while studying
you can get the books related to Labour Laws and read it or else if you want to be a professional in this then you can go ahead with Labour Law studies which you can do part time as well and this degree can help you in being a Legal HR advisor rather than only HR Manager
- Mirza

From Saudi Arabia, Jiddah
Thank you very much, Mr. Mirza.It gave me a new insight...there are other careers in HR ,beyond just being an HR manager. :roll: ..I am quite new in this as I am only 7 mths old HR-Mgr working for a BPO..Now I will try to broaden my horizons this way..thank you once again. :)
From India, Ahmadabad
Mr Mirza
In continuation to Kavita's Problem i would like to draw ur attention that can u guide me which are the good part time Law colleges where i can go for the Evng Classs if you can name it that will be great

From India, Mumbai
There are plenty of Colleges but before that you have to pass the exam i believe to do law courses
and i dont have much idea about the colleges but give me some time i will make sure that to give you few names if i can
All the very best and dont think that you are just 7months old HR Mgr, the Big you think the more you are matured :)
- Mirza

From Saudi Arabia, Jiddah

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