Dinesh Divekar
Business Mentor, Consultant And Trainer
Ed Llarena, Jr.
Owner/ Managing Partner
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I Have 5 Years Working Experience, 3 Years As MBA Faculty And 2 Years As HR And Admin Work.
Now I Want To Open My HR Institute (In Jaipur) Where I Will Give Practical Training About Payroll Management, Payroll Software Live Training, HR Audit Etc.
First I Am Thinking To Join Some Institute And See What They Offer, Then Make My Plans According To It.
What Should You Suggest, Please Guide Me How Should I Start My Institute, What Should I Do And Not...Please Help.

From India, Delhi
Dear Monica,
I have been giving replies to similar queries on citehr. You should have checked this forum before raising your query. Anyway, check the following links:
I want to start a business of call center in Mira Road, Mumbai.
Starting A New Organization
Strategic Marketing Plan
https://www.citehr.com/511667-small-...designing.html
All the best!
Dinesh Divekar

From India, Bangalore
Thank you Mr. Dinesh
I want to know particularly about my idea, i mean i want to start HR institute where i will give training on Payroll management and HR Audit particular. but is it sufficient? currently i am alone in this, so just need assurance.
want guidance about this.

From India, Delhi
Dear Monika,
Follow your own ideas and intellect. Do research on the subject and its market.
Do not look for any suggestions from outside. Its your world and your future.
No one else will be able to guide you more better than you yourself.
Somebody can be a leader in his own domain but not necessarily guide you what does not belong to him.
Have faith in yourself and Go Bang ! ! !
All the Best !

From India, Delhi
Hi!
When someone wants to create a business outfit, like a school or a training institute, the first thing you should do is to create your organizational and business concept and register it to the appropriate govt regulating body/ agency so your business will have a legal personality to engage into business.
Then make sure to define the services that you want to offer to your clients and the competitive fees that you plan to charge them.
Initially, you may do it alone. But, if you have enough budget, maybe you can hire some help to do the non-related training activities that your business needs, like janitorial and security.
As your business grow, then you can add more personnel.
Best wishes and good luck!
Ed Llarena, Jr.
Managing Partner
Emilla International Consulting Services
TEl: 00632-239-1778/
Email:

From Philippines, Parañaque
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