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Hai frnds, Am iniya I have completed my MCA.But not interested in IT.should wrk as HR.what should I do? I have no idea about this.. Please give me gud advice for my career. Regards Iniya
Hello there. My name is Bilal and I would try my best to help. I can reflect on you since I am in my final year of B.TECH CSE and i am gonna work in business development, hr or public relations.
Now about your HR passion. You do not need a BBA or any business degree to go in HR. You just need the talent, period. That is to say you should be;
self motivated, responsible, quick in decision making. Plus you must have a bold personality and leadership qualities.
Now do you have those traits?

Absolutely You can. HR roles usually demand any graduate. All you need to crack is the interview. You have got to be confident, with lots of leadership skills. The fact of the matter is they wont ask for an MBA or any business degree, private players usually tend to get their recruits on the basis of the interview but ofcourse to be selected for an interview, you have got to have a terrific resume or CV. You should highlight your goals, your skills and clearly mention why you are the right candidate for the job. The resume should be one or two pages long. You could add a cover letter as well. All you need to succeed in the corporate world is Confidence in yourself.
Dear IniyaGanesan,
HR field is a specialist job. One need to have good knowledge of its function. Needless to say talent is an added advantage for any field.
I'll suggest you to take a course in Business Management.

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