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I have cleared my NET in human resources and I have a degree of MHRM which is AICTE approved ,however management institutes say only a MBA can be hired as per AICTE and not MHRM,is ir true , can someone help me on this
Dear Chaturricha,

It seems, you have done MHRM affiliated to any of the recognized universities since it is approved by AICTE. AICTE is a statutory body that monitor, administers and standardize technical education and management system in India. It is mandatory for any college who runs University affiliated Engineering or Management Degree to get AICTE approval.

In this case, I feel you should not have any problem for lectureship in any of the recognized universities in India for the subjects - Labour Welfare/Personnel Management/Industrial Relations/Labour and Social Welfare/Human Resource Management. You must have selected those subjects in your NET exam as listed at serial 55.

The management institute which is saying you that only MBA can be hired is true only for management subject(s) as listed at serial 17. But for Human Resource subject in MBA, you should not have any problem.

These are my views. You may take up your issue with:

Central Board of Secondary Education

Plot No. 149, Block - H,

Sector - 63, Noida - 201309

Distt- Gautam Budh Nagar (U.P.)

Telephone No. : 7042399524, 7042399525,7042399526, 7042399527,7042399528, 7042399529

Fax No. : 0120-2427772

Email :

my course is a aicte approved course and I have cleared my NET in code fact i have written a mail to AICTE chairman also,to clear this ambiguity ....i hope it gets cleared...but these institutes are adamant...moreover they get mba students from local institutes with much lower salary hence i guess this may be an excuse to not pay justified salary to a net cleared person
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