Sr. Manager Hr/admin
Asst. Manager Hr In A Construction Mnc
Mayur Shinde HR
Assistant Manager - Hr
Hussain Zulfikar
Hris Implementation, Payroll, Recruitment,
Janarthanan .v
Human Resource Business Partner
Management Consultant
Sr. Executive Hr
Ehs Specialist
In Human Resource Deptt
+6 Others

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I am Rasmi ,working in a Company as HR Executives in Recruitment Field.
I have close to 3yrs work experience.But I ve no HR specialisation in MBA.
I want to be a HR manager in a Good Company.Si can you tell me is it possible without HR specialisation? If not possible then I ll do HR course.Please let me know which distance/executive programe ll be valuable?

From India, Mumbai
Hi Rasmi,
MBA does not has to do anything for becoming Manager. If you have indepth knowledge of HR process and policies you can succed.
You said that you are working as HR Executive in Recruitment, I would suggest, you should look from some more responsibilities apart from Recruitments. Get involved in Operations and other statutory compliances. It takes time to be a Manager.
In case you want, you can go for any distance learning course in HR. What is your current location?

From India, Pune
Hi.. I am from Bhubaneswar,Orissa. Can you suggest me about Distance Course of HR which will be valuable.
From India, Mumbai
Hi Rashmi
As mentioned by Mr. Mayur Shinde to become HR, MBA is not mandatory. But almost all the organisation looks for Qualification. As already you are into recruitment and if you are able to learn CoreHR skills then you can try for HR position. But you should try into entry level only. and Doing MBA will be an added qualification and makes things easy to become HR. :)

From India, Bangalore
HI..Actually i have done MBA ,2008 pass out batch.But I have finance as specialization.But fortunately i got an oppertunity in HR Department. so plz let me know which institute will be best for executive course.
From India, Mumbai
Hi Rasmi.
Sure you shall call me and not a problem.
I am not so good in selecting the institute. But there are good institutes as symbiosys and others and quite expensive.
One more thing is any how you are MBA graduate & its not an issue as you are not HR graduate. Most of the topics of HR will be covered in general MBA stream.
so be confident :)

From India, Bangalore
Hi Rasmi

You shall focus on working diligently and acquire relevant skills planning your career path. Please donít chase courses to justify your desired roles. You will be wasting money, time and effort and no guaranteed result.

A simple example is your own life, you majored MBA in Finance and you have ended up as HR executive ! Ask yourself what value does MBA-Finance hold ?

Once bitten but not shy, you are still seeking elusive courses and fancy shallow degree titles to bulk up your credentials ? what is the point in enrolling for a distance learning MBA / PGDBA / etc. You will pay a heavy fees and be dumped with books, which you have to read and go for exams ! you have been doing that for last (12 + 3 + 2) years of your life. Where is the practical experience, development of skills, exposure to best practices ? where is the grooming to be a Master ?

Your question is, how to become a Manager ? so ask your self, what is to be a manager. What does a manager do ? then seek that knowledge, experience, skills, ability to be one !

Seek relevant courses, workshops, training, seminars which will equip you with tangible skills to complement your work profile and help your grow better. Focus your energies on your job profile and innovate how you can make your work different, exceptional and inevitable then others. How do you make yourself indispensable part of the organization by your dediction, commitment to add value to process. Be it small or big. Get noticed !

Working hard has better rewards then chasing shortcuts of completing mundane courses. You will make more money, learn better, grow wiser, earn accolades, whereas chasing courses you will be stressed studying, expend money, time and effort for yet another mediocre degree with no guarantee to prosperous future.

Question is what are you really interested in ? Titles or knowledge ? If its knowledge you can take MBA books off the shelf and learn.

From Kuwait, Salmiya
As mentioned by Mr. Mayur Shinde to become HR, MBA is not mandatory. But all the organisation looks for Qualification and i m alreadu MBA student.But doing a HR course will be an added qualification and makes things easy to become HR.
From India, Mumbai
As you said that you already are MBA in Finance, you can opt for dual specilization, it will give you a regular MBA HR degree in just one year time and you only have to appear for HR subjects and project.

From India, Pune
Hi Mayur, I just want to know what the value of a 1 year Executive MBA Degree compare to a fulltime MBA.
From India, Calcutta

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