Ukmitra
Business Development, Employee Relations,
Rutuja_Patil
Hr Professional
+2 Others

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Anonymous
Hi, Can someone get a good job in HR after doing the 1 year PGDHRM from Symbiosis?
Here is the link of the course I am referring to SCDL - PG Programs

From India, Calcutta
Hello,
No one can guarantee that you would get a good job even if you are a PhD in HR fron top university. Do the course and rise up career ladder with your work experience hard work, dedication and love that you do.
Ukmitra

From Saudi Arabia, Riyadh
Anonymous
I have done the same course... my linked in address for your reference... in.linkedin.com/pub/rupinder-kaur/14/a72/413/ It is all mind game.. you can achieve whatever you want.. All the best
From India, Delhi
I agree with Ukmitra, its depends on work exp n hard work and dedication towards work. I am also done PGDBA(Finance) and pursing PGDBA(HR) from symbiosis, pune through correspondence. If u have any other query u can reach me @[email protected]
From India, Mumbai
Hi,
It depends on your skills, your subject knowledge & your previous qualification, experience (if any). Still if you find difficult in getting a job in HR, go for a certified course. Join any one of the certified courses in HR (performance appraisal, Training, etc.,) & grab some real time experience. This will work for you.
Have a bright future ahead.

From India, Vijayawada
You will definitely get a job, not just because you did a course from Top University, but as you deserve it all your efforts, your skills, your dedication to build a good career.... Don't worry start you Job Hunt.. The Very first step of Job Hunt is get registered to your self on the Job Portals. Like Naukri.com , Monster.com , ReKruiTIn.com , Shine.com etc.. You can also see the recent jobs & apply...
And along with this keep yourself updated with the recent activities..

From United States, Jersey City
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