Thank you for the suggestion. Can you suggest good/reputed colleges to pursue MBA in distance mode which are worth doing which shall add vale to my experience instead doing for name sake or to add it in resume.
28th October 2013 From India, Hyderabad
This isn't the first, many a times we find it difficult to suggest anything when we see a query such as this, as there is not enough data, to give you something leads that can enable you think further about a career as only you are the best judge of what you will want for yourself.
Apart from qualifications one needs to know if there is an aptitude for a job.
To a make a good career in human resources, you need a combination of education and experience. The level of education required depends on the position that you are applying for.
I would suggest you follow these links to basically get an understanding and feel of what the jobs look like,
How Do I Get a Job in Human Resources? (with picture)
What Are the Different Human Resource Management Techniques?
What Are the Best Strategies for Effective Human Resource Management?
What Does a Human Resources Director Do? (with picture)
Going through this you will get leads to several other aspects of HR which is absolutely essential for your career.
Finally your query, " Should I pursue software application like SAP HR?" I have known many cases in the past, people do SAP Modules and struggle to get opeings as they do not have hand-on experience, and you will never gain experience unless you get an opening, so it's a typical case like, "which came first, the chicken or the egg," or "egg or the chicken."
31st October 2013 From India, Hyderabad