Hi Professionals
I am Feeba
I received a call from Middle Earth Consultant (mecindia.in) where they are providing Hr certification courses for HR's. I dont know about such programs whether they opens a new door or it is a added feature to our profile.
Please suggest me the best If we do any certification courses mentioned by them, what benefit will get and It cost more.
Help me

From India, Hyderabad
career consulting
Good, In India you will get many management colleges/institutes provides full-time and part-time HR certification courses. Though you will get many colleges but Metropolitan School of Management HR course module is totally unique and different.
If you are residing Delhi or neighbor state then I will refer this college.

From India, New Delhi
Hi Feeba !
Be insure that what course you want to do as well as what benefit you could get by them in future, after that go there (institute) and confirm about his certification, courses fee and about other thing. Meet they peoples who is already a part of that firm. You could search more informations by them.
Just keep in mind be insure, think and go ahead.
Have nice day and wonderful weekend ahead !

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