I am pursuing MBA in HR and after completing my MBA i want to do one more course in HR which increase the importance of my Job in My HR field,can you please suggest me any course related to HR.Presently I am working as a recruiter in a consultancy firm.
Nisha Rawat(Associate Consultants)

25th September 2007 From India, New Delhi

Executive Assistant
Hr Generalist
Amith R Murthy
Hr Executive
Aarti M
Student Of Mba
Nisha Rawat
Associate Consultant
Padmini Bhat
Recruiting / Handling Hr Department Jobs
Hr Head
Varsha Bharti
Mba In Hr
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Hi Nisha,
It is also important in which part of HR your interested to grow, based on that it will be useful for you take some course. Visit the link given below and find out........ ALL THE BEST
Amith R.
25th September 2007 From India, Bangalore
After Mba you can do DLL & LW.It is one year diploma course.As it is a specifically on labour laws and you will do it from law college it will definately increase your job profile because as it will give you complete knowledge about various laws,most of which are not included in MBa syllabus and those which are included are not fully included for study.Hence this course will definately add weigthage to your resume
There is another diploma in enviornment mgt.It includes study of OHSAS,ISO 2000 etc.It will also be beneficial to you as many big companies are certified by such Ohsas etc and your prior knowledge to it will help you to get job easily.
27th September 2007 From India, New Delhi
Hi after your MBA, you could also do a diploma in Training and Development from ISTD. This will give you an edge over others in HR&D. Venkatachalan BS
27th September 2007
Hi, i am doing masters in personnel management from pune but along with this i also want to do some additional course related to hr.so please help me out. Thanks Akancha Kumari(student)
16th January 2010 From India, Pune
Hi Candidate,
You can contact me @ 9036073769/9886436689 regarding short term real job program and 100% assured job at a very reasonable fees. We provide online training also. Training duration one weeks to 4 weeks.
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24th June 2010 From India, Bangalore
Dear friend,

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Globally 75,000 companies are in need of SAP(HR) professionals...

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29th June 2010 From India, Bangalore
It depends on various things. Like, Do you want to focus on one specific area in HR or get involved in number of areas? Which area do you want to focus on?

If you are interested in Industrial Relations, then a PG in Industrial Relations or degree in Law or further study in similar field may be helpful.

If Training & Development is your line of interest, consider PG in Training & Development or related field may be helpful. Recruitment & Selection doesn't require any extra degree or diploma at all. Consider various HR fields and decide which you want to specialise in.

Some related study areas are Psychology, Social Work, organisation Behaviour, etc.

Ph.D. is higher degree for teaching, research and consulting work.

After MBA(HR), no further study is actually essential for starting a career in most of the HR fields. Further studies will only improve your knowledge in particular areas. If you want to specialise in some area which demands degree, diploma, etc. in specific subject, then you should consider it.

Keep in mind, practical experience is the real asset. Any further study might be little helpful, but the key to success is actually getting practical knowledge and applying it further. Our suggestion is, if possible, you should join some organisation and get exposure in core HR areas while doing further studies.
8th August 2012 From India, Visakhapatnam
Hi Nisha
As you are an MBA-HR and current you are working in a consulting firm as a recruiter. In hr field there is two major career i) Generalist profile & ii) Recruitment.
So it is better to judge which one is comfortable ! My opinion is you do a short term SAP-HR & ERP, that is very much helpful to your career. Because now every company need SAP-HR & ERP, a simple mba candidate knows only the theory part so diversified your knowledge.
Best of Luck !
Thanks & Regards,
8th August 2012 From India, Delhi
After MBA HR best to do SAP HR Course. after that corporate Law course can be done from Symbiosis.
24th September 2012 From United States, Cambridge

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