Importance Of Mba Degree To A Hr Professional - CiteHR
Lavika Yadav
Manager-hr
Kishor03
Recruitment Consultant

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Hello,

I am currently working in a HR Consulting firm as a Recruitment Consultant with exp of around 14 months (8 Months in HR ) & will be working in my current company till Decí14 (bcuz of contract). now I am planning to go for MBA but m confuse between part-time mba (evening lectures) & Full time MBA. From sometime I have done some research on same topic.

My conclusion is:

1) We all know that for success we donít need any degree, we can achieve all our targets by working hard & etc etcÖ.but it looks good on paper only. Practically in todayís world no one give a shit to this thought process

2) MBA is worthy only if a individual completed his/her mba from top tier college/institute (again I am talking abt practically, I knw knowledge, experience, hardwork,excellence etc etc are more important)

3) Part-time MBA from top tier college- individual have around 5 yrs of experience+ MBA degree (But is it worthy ?? does corporate entertain this kind of peoples ???, yes they do

I would like to add that in my research I have interacted with some HR Heads, seen lot of cvís of Senior people in HR (Exp of 10+ yrs). many of them wer from XLRI, IIMís(very few). the list of Part-timers wer much more(Colleges like JBIMS,Welingkar,NMIMS). they wer earning gud amount of money & designation. The sector I was focusing was BFSI & Consulting, donít want to mention company names but those companies includes, India biggest mutual fund company, Big-4ís, Rating agency etc.

So my point is that an individual can achieve der goals professionally , earn gud money without MBA degree from top tier college. (again lot of people will say its totally depend on individual to individual, der skills, knowledge etc & its totally right but we have to think practically also)

My conclusion may be not fully correct bcuz I just interacted with some people, done some surfing over internet, & even donít have a good exp in corporate world.

So need everyone view on it, does corporate really entertain people without mba degree (Specially in HR), so I can decide what should I do full time MBA or part time mba.

I think i have 2 options

1 ) 2 yrs full time MBA from 2nd tier or 3rd tier college/institute anywhere in india (bcuz of fee structure & CAT,CMAT scores)

OR

2) 3 yrs part time MBA from gud college-Mumbai (JBIMS,NMIMS, K.J Somaiya, Welingker )

So plz you people can guide me on this or anything additionally on this will be great help or may be some gud learning exp.

It went toooo long ryt ?? ;)

Regards,

Kishor
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Hi Kishor,

Good research and analysis.Suppose I serve you two dishes..One is plain paneer sabzi and another 1 is paneer is butter on it and having good garnishing.Fact is that taste is same but everyone will prefer a dish which is designed,decorated and served better as it catches ones attraction.

Same is with our corporate culture.They will have look at both CV ( person with Mba and Non MBA ) but prefer the one who is having MBA degree rather than non MBA.But true colors will be out in Interview process and after joining.

So I would suggest you to have MBA from any good organization and try searching jobs in Financial or any high paid sector as you are having experience.You will get Job for sure and degree in MBA will help you to clear some doubts and enhance your knowledge and It will help you to go for senior profiles in HR in future either its internal promotions or in some other company..

Let see what our seniors have to say about it. Looking forward for some good points.Good Luck !!!!
Hi Lavika,
Thanx for your valuable reply and explanation. i think i got my answer in your 1st paragraph itself :) & plus currently i am working on BFSI sector and i was lil confused over this sector. but now it's also cleared (2nd para) so thx again
but also looking for some more points from our seniors.
Hi Lavika
I got your point & I am totally agree with your point on having MBA degree, importance & value of MBA degree and its totally true that mba degree helps alot to individual, but Here I am asking about Full time MBA & Part-time MBA. MBA degree will b der for sure but does degree in part time mba will work ?? (m not talking about correspondence mba i.e E- learning ) .
Like, to whom I have interacted (part time mba degree holder) they wer at good position & yes, it also completely depend on der skills & exp. They all done der part time mba after 3-5 yrs of exp.
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