I COMPLETED MY MBA IN HOSPITALITY WITH SPECIALIZATION OF HR / FINANCE.
WHERE I DID MY PROJECT IN HR FOR 4 MONTHS AND LEARNT BASIC WORK OF HR LIKE
1 . ATTENDANCE UPDATE [ STAR SOFTWARE ]
2. MASTERS UPDATION
3. JOINING FORMALITIES
4. PREPARING INTERVIEW SHECDULES
5. EMPLOEE ENGAGEMENT
6.BOM MATRIX UPDATE
7.EMPLOYEE FILING
THESE ARE THE THINGS I GOT CHANCE TO LEARN IN 4 MONTHS AND WAS WORKING ON THEM .
NOW I FEEL THAT THESE ARE NOT THAT USEFUL THINGS TO GET JOB . SO , WOULD PLEASE SUGGEST ME A GOOD INSTITUTE WHERE I LEARN MORE ABOUT THE FUNCTIONING OF HR DEPT AND GET GOOD SCOPE ........
PLZZZZZZZZZZ HELP ME

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Mr.Mukesh
No knowledge is a waste. Even a dead watch shows time correctly twice a day. So respect the knowledge you gained during your internship. The knowledge you acquired during internship is still relevant when you go to perform as HR.However this is not to dispense with any hunger to learn more. It is admirable that you have shown such inclination.You can go for short term certification courses in practical HR like labour management or industrial relations or compensation designing etc.You can try in Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan's diploma in Industrial relations or try exploring whether the Universities in A.P offer any short term courses in any specialised streams of HR or ISTD(Indian Society for Training & Development) diploma in training & development etc. However I advise you to get into a Generalist HR profile to get a overall exposure to HR.
B.Saikumar
HR & Labour Law Advsior
Mumbai
As u said i have gone through the insitutes would be plz tell me which place would be good to study as they have their institue in BANGLORE & DELHI
I just spoke to the above institutes you mentioned above....BVB admissions have been closed ........and ISTD is a correspondence course
Look for management institutes in A.P who offer diploma courses in specialised streams but not in HRM as you have already done it. To my knowledge BVB has it's centre in Guntur.Please check. Apart from that the Wellingkar School of Mangement at Mumbai also conducts short term courses in HR. However, as you are based in A.P, try for some good Institute in A.P
B.Saikumar
HR & Labour Law advsor
Mumbai
Sir what about the HR HOUSE institute in BANGLORE heard its good one and the duration of course is 3 WEEKS and they charge 6000 Rs.........??????
Suggest some good institute in NCR as well. I have completed my M.B.A with HR as specialisation in 2010 & since then working as HR Executive in KRBL Ltd, but yet not satisfied with my current growth.
Regards.
Akshama
7827013749
By 'industry relevant', I mean that what you learn should be capable of instilling a skill in you which can be applied by you to a practical situation while discharging your functions as HR in an industry.You should choose such streams now as you have already done MBA-HR to acquire a conceptual undertsanding of HR.
B.Saikumar
HR & Labour Law advsior
Mumbai
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