Why are you interested in HR?
Join a good institute/college and get basic HR qualifications which will give a basic foundation of theory of HR as a subject.
Practical work in any organisation will then be easier,though practical life and theory are different.
If you get a good boss or working partners in the office your journey will be easier.
From India, Pune
Since you want to pursue your career in core HR, you should be thorough with HR basics and theories. Core HR relates to basic fundamentals & concepts of HR, something which you can learn only in institutes. Knowledge regarding these fundamentals-concepts act as a guideline during your practical training/work life in organizations (where you deal with humans/systems/policies/practices/etc). So, as you have rightly said, please pursue studies with an institute that has sandwich course curriculum. So, look for courses that offer intensive Field-work as a part of their curriculum. This will give you exposure to practical environment backed up with theoretical knowledge, something that'll help you a lot during your professional life.
From India, Mumbai
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From India, Suri
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