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Dear Seniors,
I want to do MA in psychology i have done my graduation in commerce but now i am interested in psychology , being HR Generalist, how much beneficial would that be and which would be the best from industrial, organizational or human psychology in context to my career prospects and in mumbai where can i do it from as in correspondence as m working i wont be able to do full time so where in mumbai can i do it from as in a good college and then even i want to do Phd. in psychology after that ,please suggest ......

Hi Sonal :
I think most of the universities do not offerMA (Psychology) as a external course one has to do it through college. In terms of specilisation if you propose to continue in HR then Organisational or human psychology maybe more beneficial. Again I feel you need to be clear how you want to grow professional while attaining the educational milestones.
Hope this helps.

Thanks can you tell me suitable university or college from where i can pursue the course?? professionally currently m pursuing MBA in HRM through Icfai university of which 1st sem is cleared 3 more sems are left which would get over by jan 2013 along with that i wanna pursue this psychology course coz its my interest as well as it will help me professionally also.
Dear Sonal,
A Part time degree in any of the mentioned streams of Psychology for value adding to HR Ops suffers scope related chances as the gamuts of both interacting depends on your current work profile (Roles & Responsibilities). No doubt that a PG qualification in Psy is a creative addition to professional practice of HR Ops, however limited areas may be extendable for a value add process. If I may request you, kindly make a action plan (Like a blueprint) after you have seen the different course contents of each streams and significantly brain storm how you wish to absorb the knowledge base and contribution to your present work.

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