What the fraternity (and potential employers) require is someone that can scope the exact requirements (called workflow in tech parlance) and someone that can 'implement' the product - ensure it's bug free, working right, etc.
To be certified on SAP or PeopleSoft, you need to google for certifications, pay millions of pounds and get certified to land a role in this field.
Do note that the HR Tech Field is also a political mine field - too many SAP HR, PeopleSoft HR module guys there all looking for a job
2nd April 2015 From India, Mumbai
Thanks for your views and your valuable inputs and time to reply on my thread.
I had confused that time, very correctly said i could google for information and i did too.
I have searched a lots, talked a lot of peoples for same now i am cleared about this. I am not going to do SAP HR.
I am going to polish my HR knowledge, work on people relation, personal development and my behavior skills.
Fortunately i got a job in reputed manufacturing plant as personnel officer.
Now i ll work on myself first.
Thanks for your response once again.
15th April 2015 From India, New Delhi