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Dr. Kavita Shanmughan
Od Facilitator
Sudandira
Hr Executive
Hr.rohit
Technical Recruiter
Ajit09
Hr-talent Acquisition
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Please Guide me....What to do after MBA(hr)? Can any one guide me that what courses or professional studies should i opt for after completion of MBA in Human Resource?...presently i am working as Hr Executive in IT software Company. and i want to study further help me to build a more strong carrier as a Hr Professional....
Please let me know some courses which i can do as apart time studies because i am working presently?
Nidhi (Hr Executive)
6th October 2007 From India, New Delhi
Hi ....come on Reply.....any one out there on this site.....? Give advice any one...... :cry: Nidhi (Hr. Executive)
8th October 2007 From India, New Delhi
Hi Nidhi If you are interested in Training , can opt for a PG Diploma in T & D from a reputed institution like ISTD(Indian society of Training & Development) delhi. Regards Sudandira
8th October 2007 From India, Madras
Hi,
can understand your urge to grow. Its my personal view that you can learn many things when you are in on-the-job. Why not look for consultancy that is providing services in core HR-like CEO in chennai? or i dont know your current profile but if you are in an organization that gives you exposure in core HR areas then that is the fantastic opprtunity for you to develop as thorough HR Professional.
visit in website: www.exploreceo.com
Vacancies are open for core HR and R&D.
Regards
8th October 2007 From India, Madras
Hi
After MBA you can go for Diploma in Training and Development from ISTD, Delhi.
www.diplomaistd.com
Rohit
8th October 2007 From India, Delhi
hi Sudandira
Can you please guide me with ISTD(Indian society of Training & Development) delhi. as i am working as a Hr Executive....and have at least 6 months experience in Training and i have done my MBA project also in training...it would proof to be gr8 help for me...? Do they provide Part time education also as i working presently?
Cheers
Nidhi (Hr executive)
8th October 2007 From India, New Delhi
Hi Rajendra,
I think Sap i good option...presently i am looking for something good....Sap is really gonna up-load me wid loads of work and presently i am not willing to take that much pressure on me.......
Any other option please let me know....
Cheers
Nidhi (Hr Executive)
8th October 2007 From India, New Delhi
Hi Dr. Kavita Shanmughan
Well i am working in a It software Company......and having exp as 1.6 yrs, Presently i am into recruitment, motivation, Induction, etc......in My previous company i was into Training and Induction.......Presentation...Motivational Session.....recruitment,......etc.....
Now please suggest what do next as i will hopefully to keep my fingers crossed will shift to U.K permanently, which course to help me to boost my knowledge and make a position in a country like...U.K
Please suggest...
Nidhi (Hr Executive)
8th October 2007 From India, New Delhi
Hi
As Mr.Rohit menstioned you can visit www.diplomaistd.com where you can get all details.
yes they have distance edu program also...
Regards
Sudandira
8th October 2007 From India, Madras
Dr. Kavita,
Currently i am working with a reputed placement consultant in Bangalore as a Dy. Manager- Recruitment where i am taking care of end to end recruitment in (Engineering, Manfacturing, Auto- Ancillary Industries, FMCG, Retail). Currently i am looking for change.Is there any opportunity to work with your esteemed organization???
Please feel free to call the undersigned
Regards
Ajit Nair
9535528765

26th April 2010 From India, Bangalore
#Anonymous
Hi,
I had done my dual degree in MBA (Marketing / HR). n presently working as a sales officer in an MNC from past 2 yrs. But now m willing to move into HR Sector. How can i go for this. Do any kind of course help me to realize my dream.
18th September 2010 From India, Delhi
In MBA itself you have covered most of the topic whatever others can suggest you, my suggetion you can go for Phd in strategic management, it will help you in long term when you will have more experiance in hand.
8th September 2012 From India, Secunderabad
Hi,
you have can have good choices in the market only if you compromises your salary. Companies will appreciate / give preferences to those professionals who hold experience in respective fields. when you do not have exp in HR, and do hold exp in any other field, it automatically shows your down productivity in HR. you can show it on high graph by showing HR profile included in your current profile. Also MBA HR certificate will help you out in this case. Also do take opinion from experts.
thnx
19th November 2013 From India, Ahmedabad
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