Dinesh Divekar
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Hi everyone
I have completed my MBA in HR,but am working as a CEO in one corporate hospital,can i get a experience in this domain or not??? just i struck in this doubt could you please suggest me...........
Regards
Mahesh
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Dear Mahesh,
If you are CEO, then you need to know how to write a post in public forums. Your query is hardly understandable. Should we construe inchoateness of your post as reflection of your inchoate personality?
What is your age, what is your career background etc who will give this information? Secondly, since when CEO post became "domain"?
Ok...
DVD
As is already pointed out By Mr. Dinesh,
There are certain credentials that one would expect from a person designated at the CEO level.
Typos are understandable but honestly whatever is written is hardly understandable.
The only thing I can deduce is you are working as CEO somewhere and wish to work in HR.
WHY?????
As pointed out your academic credentials, experience, job role etc play an important role.
Again please clarify your designation if it is what you've mentioned (Sorry to be blunt) but communication from CEO would be way different than communication from a naive person. Hope you can understand.
Dear Mahesh,
As a CEO , you have a high level view to every area in business. As an HR , all you need to learn is the human aspect to it.
Its mandatory to read theory for HR as operational experience stems from it. Try and skim through topics that you can crack in Legal and Statutory areas of HR, Including Audits, Benefits, whistle blowing, and so on.
Strategy and talent management cannot be all read. Expertise in these areas come only with time. Its best to involve a mentor or a guide while working on the HR.
There is no hard and fast learning map to this.
Try and identify an area, no matter how preliminary it may seem. Lets get started from there and then take it ahead.
Wish you all the best !
Would you mind answering these question mention below
1) Why do you wanna be a HR and what do you feel like doing or you want to do if you become an HR?
2) Are you not happy with your current role?
3) What are your future and career plans?
With profound regards

Is this the 'CEO' as in the "Chief Executive Officer" or does it denote something else.?
Please specify. If you are the CEo you would be having an HR working for you as well?
Am a little confused.
Sapna.H
Hi everyone,
Here is Face Book profile of Mr Palegar ( CEO)
Sorry to say but I wont able to get the connection between The Process executive post in 2012 and and CEO post in ENT Hospital in march, 2013.
Have a look > http://www.facebook.com/manu.palegar/about
Please specify are you hiding something from us (and rest of the world) about your designation.
Regards.
Dear friend,
Great! You went on to digging his Facebook profile! This is the power of social media in 21st century!
You are fit to work in CBI or some investigative agency.
Yes from Process Executive, he has jumped to the level of CEO. This can happen only when you have someone in your family network who has enterprises running and wants someone trusted at the helm.
Dinesh V Divekar

Mahesh, as a young CEO of a small hospital, it certainly may be worthwhile to understand various aspects related to the management of human resources, particularly if you are focused on the growth of your hospital. Therefore, your interest deserves attention.
While I tend to be in agreement with the opinions given by some experts that your current role as CEO can not lack business acumen, I certainly would like you to know more about HR. The easiest way, perhaps, would be to take a free trial of 'EmpXtrack' which has helped many budding learners to gain a good grasp of the processes connected with the management of human resources. A web search can make you reach EmpXtrack easily.
Thanks for the Complement.
By the way I am working as Data Research Executive in Real Estate Portal. Where I have to Digging on various website to get the information about the varoius Realtors Projects. Kinda CBI Job ;)
@ Topic :
a) If in his family somebody already has enterprises.. why he was working with some Software company.
b) If we consider it also. But then also before joining as CEO the administration will see the past experince of software engineer (hardly 1 yr), which is way different from CEO and that too of "ENT Hospital".
c) At last, if we believe all the exceptions, then also why he is worrying about his experience will be counted for HR post or not. He can work here in as CEO of Hospital as long as retirement age limit is fixed by the Govt. Right.
Regards.
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