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Hi Seniors! Iam a B.Sc graduate. Now Iam working with IT company as Front office cum admin executive... I want to do PGDHRM from symbiosis through distance.So, can I get a job to work as HR/Admin executive. Will I be paid with good salary. Or shall I go for SAP-HR? Plz clarify my doubt...
From India, Hyderabad
Both idea's are good either if you do you will get a good job, but if you want to do SAP course in a reputed institute , 16yrs of education is compulsary........Incase you do join, NIIT, Seimens & Lithan genovate, these areall authorised SAP Couse institutes

From India, Bangalore
HI Narmada
It is really good if you do some course. As you are interested in PGDHRM from symbioses through distance initially it will be hard to get break for the career. As you already working you will get some change. You never look for the pay difference initially. My advice is do the course. If interested to continue there as Admin/HR Exec if provides opportunity it is better. Else look for change in relevant job and get some exposure. Then look for better salary. Once you get rite breakthrough then salary will not be a constraint. But important thing is getting breakthrough in relevant job :)
SAP will be helpful if you are Professional Graduate. It is not advisable for Bsc graduates. You can do it later after completing PGDHRM and after getting atleast 2 years of experience

From India, Bangalore
Hello jeevarathnam sir and hi sapna!!
Thank you for giving your valuable suggestions..
First I will do my PGDHRM from Symbiosis and then i will think about job change...
Here in my company my HR said that she will help me out in getting some practical knowledge in HR related matters...
Warm Regards,

From India, Hyderabad
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