Rahul Kumar
Senior Hr Professional
Amritagupta33
Executive
Suri_lavanya
It Recruitre
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Hi,
Can anyone suggest me that what should be the educational Qualification of an HR Professional of a IT Company. Should he require some technical expertise also with Professional degree in HR. And if yes, So what technical expertise he should require to survive in an top IT Industry
Regards,
Amrita

From India, Delhi
Hi
Its nothing special qualification is required for HR professional in IT, any how you will working as a general HR... and there will be a speparate team for takeing technical interview...
It is preferred to know the basic knowledge.
This sites will be very use full for you...
www.google.com
www.whatis.com
www.webopedia.com
regards
Lavanya

From India, Madras
Hi Amrita,
There is no special qualification required to join IT HR. IT Companies like any other, prefer someone who broadly understands the business and is fairly savvy on the Computer.
The bigger challenges and demands are : good in computers (office package), good communication and e-mailing abilities, quick at work in a dynamically changing environment, and, preferably knowledgeable about the various technical skills in the Company and ability at talent acquisition. Knowledge or ability to understand technical projects/processes is the bigger advantage apart from good HR conceptual clarity.
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Hi,
Can anyone suggest me that what should be the educational Qualification of an HR Professional of a IT Company. Should he require some technical expertise also with Professional degree in HR. And if yes, So what technical expertise he should require to survive in an top IT Industry
Regards,
Amrita

From India, New Delhi
Qualification is not an important i do agree but the Technical skills part is required.. this i am saying because i am an HR Recruiter for IT Company for US process u see to take an Interview u have to check the profile of a consultant..and in it for example u get a skill set called .NET so if u know any thing regarding .Net u can ask question as an interviewer if u donno any about he says u listen and accept what he is telling so totally in no time he will know that u r not sound in Tech skills right... so for that u need to know nearly 60% at leat of the technical skills
Just Log in to Corp-Corp | IT Consulting & Contracting Job Portal and at the bottom of the page there are four types of tech skills separately listed so u just make sure u know 50% of it were it ca nbe differentiated i mean the skill and what tools cums under which skill then it will be easy for u
If u make 50% then the consultant educate u the other 50%.....bye take care

From India, Hyderabad
For someone to become a recruiter, like any profession takes hardwork, an inclination to learn over a period of time and continuous knowledge enhancement.
Basic computer skills MS Office, Outlook or Outlook express - email client, Good communication Skills and above all a positive attitude, these are must to get started as a recruiter.
Skills like MS Office, outlook or outlook express can be learned in few days.
Learning about domains, different technologies, which technologies are in demand etc can be learned as well.
If you are insterested to learn more..just visit us at www.hot-skills.com
Let us know if you need any further help with your career.

From India, Mumbai
It depends on role. Is it HR or IT Recruiter?
If it is HR position than more than IT knowledge, it will be HR knowledge and experience which matter for the organization.
HR Rules and Regulations are more important for HR position.
If it is IT Recruiter position than IT knowledge plays more vital role than HR knowledge. For IT Recruiter basic skills like good communication, MS Office, Outlook or Outlook Express, Internet Explorer or Firefox along with other knowledge in terms like Developer, Tester, Analyst, DBA, etc are important.
Hope this helps. Otherwise let us know if you need more help.

From United States, Baltimore
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