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Respected Seniors, A college dropout can pursue his/ her career in HR Field. ?
From India, Mumbai
Anonymous
Hi Seniors, Still Awaiting for your revert. Kindly help me out.
From India, Mumbai
Anybody can pursue his/her career in HR field.
But the person should ensure some pre-requisites which
are required by him/her
1. He/She should possess a minimum academic qualification of
an University Degree in any discipline
2. He/she should have an additional qualification of a
professional degree in HR management/Labour Laws/
Industrial psychology/Social Work/Behavioural Science

From India, Aizawl
What do you mean to say, never like to get into a college for a curriculum ? Don't want to complete the course from where you dropped out so that you become eligible to pursue higher studies in HR etc.?? PG courses in HR can be taken up even in evening and/or weekend classes. Many working enthusiasts complete their courses like this. Even thru' correspondence/distant education modes (check for UGC approved/recognised courses). Many employers don't recognise degrees acquired thru' correspondence courses. Only thing is -you should identify the colleges/U'sities offering such courses suitable to you/liked by you considering your budget etc.
From India, Bangalore
Dear friend,
Theoretically, yes a college drop out can choose to pursue a career in the field of HR. However, this person will have a lot of competition from those who are graduates or even MBAs! In the job market if the MBAs are readily available then why the employer will choose the college drop out?
Going further, a degree in HR increases the knowledge base of the degree-holder. What gives a real edge is to the degree holders is the implementation of this learning at the workplace. Sans this knowledge base, there could be poor implementation. Not that all the MBAs meticulously implement what they had learned in their course but it is possible to have some professional discussion with such person. A college drop-out may not be able to understand what discussion goes on.
Thanks,
Dinesh Divekar

From India, Bangalore
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