Ukmitra
Business Development, Employee Relations,
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Dear Friends
I am working as Sr officer HR in a power industry. I have done my MBA (HR) through distance education.
Now i want to continue my study. Shoud i go for LLB or MSW? which course is helpfull for Personnel profile.
pls suggest

From India, Bhopal
Dear friend, You should go for MSW cause of there is also company laws then you can do govt. jobs on main position. Reagrds Swapnil
From India, Nasik
Both are good and will add value to your career. LLB if done regular stream will help you to practice in BAR and represent company. MSW is a mandatory being considered an added requirement to work as welfare officer or HR manager in major PSU and multinationals. For Factory, MSW is mandatory.
Depends on your Choice. I would suggest go for MSW. Will go well with your existing profile. LLB you can still do later through correspondence if desired.
Ukmitra

From Saudi Arabia, Riyadh
If you wnat to pursue a career in HR, I suggest that either you do adiploma in Labour Laws and Labour welfare or LLB, since MBA does not teach much about practical HR which involves of knowledge of many labour laws like EPF,ESI,Bonus Act, Factories Act and Standing Orders Act etc. MSW may be repetetion of MBA(HR) and does not provide you different academic dimension as LLB or Dip In Lab.Laws.In addition, a LLB may also help you in becomong a corporate lawyer/Labour Lawyer/consulatant,if you so desire latter in your life.
B.Saikumar
HR & Labour Law advisor
Mumbai

From India, Mumbai
@ B.Saikumar,
Not sure how MBA (HR) and MSW (Master in Social and Welfare) cant give different dimention. I guess, both deal in few common subjects, but MSW overall inclines towards Social welfare of Work and Social life. Hope I am correct and making sense. It will be good for employees who love in dealing with people and their wellbeing, a core of Human Resource Management.
No offense friend, pls do excuse me, if appears.
Ukmitra

From Saudi Arabia, Riyadh
I agree with you that MSW is more welfare oriented than MBA which is more mangement oriented while dealing with people and definitely will be of help to those who love dealing with people. Mowever what I meant is when so far as eligibility for HR jobs are concerned, both the qualifications are treated to be the same while an LLB or dip in Labour Laws /Labour welfare will in all probability, looked up on as an additional qualification, aprt from enabling a person also to practice law.
B.Saikumar
HR & Labour Law advisor
Mumbai

From India, Mumbai
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