Thanks Hvovi
I have registered myself on naukri...n will nw also register on
As I hv only 1 yr work which is as an HR executive wid a bit of trng companies are nt willin to take me as freshers.
Thanks a lot.

From India, Gurgaon
Hi Pooja, I would jst lik to know hw much u 9 abt IT....., IT SECTOR, LANGUAGES LIK JAVA, C++, SQL.. Regards, Niti
From India, New Delhi
(I'm sorry I'm posting my query here- though I'm a member, I was unable to start a topic..Please help-)


I'm a 21 year old girl, have recently enrolled myself into a distance learning program with symbiosis(PGDHRM) in HR. Also, I have joined a HR consultancy as an HR Ex- or as a Caller.

After working for 3 days in this small unit of 8 people (including my manager), I'm really disappointed with myself, the choice I made-

and I really wonder if thats how things work in a consultancy.

(there is no professionalism, so much pressure, a lot of targets..and even after doing all this- you don't get your complete salary)

I know you must be thinking- this is my very first working experience. No, I have worked before- n I know I will have to slog and work my a** off!!.. But unfortunately because I lacked on a few grounds, I didn't have complete information about the career I have opted for- I didn't have any idea about how things go about..and what all levels do I have to gradute, in my own stream- in order to become an HR Expert.. and hence I'm facing this problem.

I just got to speak to a female whose a senior recruiter- and she said you have to make up your mind as per- whom would you like to go for-

1) HR Recruiter

2) HR general- in corporate sector.

I'm really confused and I will be more than obliged to have responses from you!

Please help and guide me through -

I want to know- what are the various routes that I can take - and I will need to take- at this time- so that I can atleast - roughly plan my journey..

If possible please let me know for both the options of being a HR..

Seeking your valuable advice..


(sorry for having posted my query here-)

Pls If yo uwish to reply-

I have started a new topic in thr HRM index.



From India, Delhi
Hi Megha,

No Issues If u hv posted ur query here...

I am an MBA (HR) n I hv also worked as an HR executive

Hey HR is nt dat bad Dont worry

k lemme explain u both the profiles then u cn make up ur mind n choose whichever u want 2 choose

HR Recruiter -

-Sourcing prospective candidates

-Screenin them

-also may be involved in takin some interviews but after some months of exp.

Well this job will always hv very high targets...lot of callin work..n follow-ups

HR General


-Selection(interviews,takin tests)

-Briefin the selected candidates about the Co., the Job profile

-may also b trainin d candidate in some cases(if required)

-Employee Relationship management

So, in all it would include all d HR functions

Now, in a HR consultancy which is only for recruitment u will b HR recruiter

or may even tak some interviews if your clients wants u 2 k

the targets in consultancy may give u incentive after ur probation period

But in corporate, u can b technical/non-tech recruiter - the work is same.

the Co. will provide with incentives based on the no. of ppl that r selected.

The work will include targets but it will depend on d Co. on the no. of targets.

HR general would also b dere in Corporate...which would include wat I hv mentioned before in HR general.

So, don worry take ur time...don get scared..Don rush 2 conclusions based on just 3 days exp...k

All the Best!



From India, Gurgaon
Hi Niti, Well I m a Computer Sc. Engr...I know all dese languages..,,but I hv nvr worked in ny IT company regards, Pooja
From India, Gurgaon
Hi Pooja,
I wanted to check your training experience and CV to find the fitment. I work with a large organization with multiple locations. Apart from which I am in touch with some of the Training Organizations which can give you the start which you are looking for... Location to me is not known as yet...

Dear All,

This is really awesome experience, as Pooja, even I possess a real passion of being a Coporate Trainer. I have been trying to search for information on this, for quite some time, and i caught hold of this community today, and now am a member too. I really don't have much valuable comments to add, but i do agree with some of you folks that its better to wore with a professional trainer first, before you could take up corporate training all alone.

I have posted the same topic, as in how to become a corporate trainer, but i think this post by POOJA, says it all.

I have a work experience for about 3 yrs in bpos and then I moved on too marketing on mobile vas industry, and working in this industry for about 2 yrs, I am extremely successful in this profession, but i still have desire and passion to take up training as my career.

Guys please do keep on adding you valuable comments as it would really help people like me and POOJA to kick start our careers like you all..



"Our greatest glory in not in never falling, but in rising everytime we fall."

From India, Mumbai
Hi Lakshmi, I know we both are sailing in the same boat...but don worry opportunity will knock at our door dont be late to grab it! All the Best! regards, Pooja
From India, Gurgaon
Hi Pooja,
Thats true, we r sailing in the same boat, but is nice to see passioante people like us joining hands to help each other. All the best, and sure as you opputunities will defintely knock our doors...
BTW any lead???
You can also check this post, some of our friends have posted their valuable comments, i hope it helps u..
Tc,Keep in touch. U can reach me at

From India, Mumbai
Hi Lakshmi, Don worry our dreams will soon get fulfilled. :) All the Best!!! regards, Pooja
From India, Gurgaon

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