Hrkpati
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Dear All,
I have 6 years of experience in generalist profile of HR. I wants to pursue Diploma in Labour Law & welfare and then wants to complete LLB. So please guide me about my decision of the same and let me know the career opportunities of it.
Thanks in advance
Santosh
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Hi, Why diploma in LL. Join in regular LLB. That is enough to build your HR line. If you are LLB , feel you are ahead of HR MBA. Work hard on laws. Best of Luck. Hrkpati
As HRKpati said, if you pursue LLB with labour Lawas as your optional/specilisation, there is no need to again do diplimoa in Labour laws. Since employer -employee realations, day to day labour or employee administration, industrial relations and statutory compliances are part of HR , knowledge of Labour Laws provide you a clear understanding on the subject and help you to effectively discharge this part of HR function.
B.Saikumar
HR & LabouR Law advisor

Dear, In my opinion is LL.B., and MBA(HR) or MHRM (Post Graduation Course) is very much better to know organisation culture and labour laws. thanks, Rajesh Kantubhukta
Dear Santosh,
LLB is an introduction to our entire legal system and basic laws, Labour Law can be taken as a special interest subject while doing LLB. On the other hand Dip. in Lab Laws is a focused approach on study of only LL and application of them in practical usage. Now what you need is first answer yourself. To start with what is your career goal, what type of job profile do you see yourself doing, etc, once you know what you want then invest your time and efforts in that direction. Remember, never do something investing lots of time and hard work and later find yourself in a position where you are unable to utilize even 20% of what you have learnt, better invest time in getting your goals focused in finding what will work best for you, degrees will not get you jobs, application and relevance of them will. Good luck.
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Dear sir,
You can proceed as desired. Dip. Labour Law en-lights you regarding all Labour Law provisions.
LLB study throws light on general law. Both are required for HR persons.
D.Gurumurthy
HR & IR Consultant
Hyderabad.
Dear Sant,
What's your basic UG degree ? For a HR career to start with, Dip. in LL & SW is good enough, probably you are tempted by this short term course compared to LL.B. which may consume 3-4 yrs. Of course, LL.B. when made as a prerequisite degree you are short but Personnel Officer/Labour Officers posts might require a basic UG degree with Dip.in LL & Adm.Law with SW or MBA which can be studied part time or corres.. But LL.B. is an added advantage which cannot be studied part time.
Dear Sir, I have completed MBA in HR & Admin from IGNOU. In my opinion, LLB is more useful compared to Diploma in Labour Laws and welfare in my case. Thanks, Santosh
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