When you have right skills and knowledge, the tag of distance education does not affect your career prospects since an employer will prefer some one with distance MBA who can start bulding blocks straight away when he supplies bricks and mortar rather than the one with a regular MBA who rushes to the library to pick a book to know what is to be done whenhe is given bricks and mortar by the employer. Therefore take initiative and focus on learning skills since talent is a scarce quality in the market which employers are vying to own. Nevertheless, try to do a short certification course in HR-generalist profile or talent mangement or tarining and development etc and also qcquire proficiency in EXCEL skills. They come handy. Good Luck.
21st March 2013 From India, Mumbai
Vijaykumar M Padwal,
21st March 2013 From India, Pune
There are number of opportunities for a person to enhance his knowldege by taking various courses. especially it is cheaper in almost all the universities that conduct the corres courses. General MBA with specialisation in HR will be a good one for you. Number of Universities conduct Post Graduate degrees and Diplomas in HR which are recognised by most of the companies. Master of Labour studies conducted by Madurai Kamaraj univ is good as that is the highest degree in labour law. Combined with MBA your future will be bright with these qualifications. Once you get experience in HR it will be possible for you to get into the height of the ladder as you will be considered as a hot cake. Do not consider only the salary package initially and once you gain experience then automatically you will be paid a higher salary pakcage.All the very best.
23rd March 2013 From India, Madras