firstname.lastname@example.orgDear Ma'am/Sir, I am currently working in Gurgaon Haryana. and my qualification 10+12th and 2-year diploma (Modern Office Management and Secretarial Practice) Branch in 2018. and I am pursuing graduation (B.Com) and this is my graduation final year. and my current department Payroll and Compliance, and my designation as HR Executive, and I have experienced the establishment from the beginning. Now I want to learn the Factory act - please suggest which course would be best for me.
From India, Bhiwadi
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Dinesh DivekarDear Alpana,
You may pursue MBA in HR. It can be either an online course or a distance learning course. There is no exclusive course on Factories Act as such. There could be a local institute that organises certification courses on labour laws. However, before taking the course, check the effectiveness of the course and also the reputation of the institute in the market.
By the way, you have sought guidance to pursue a career in HR. Whatever course you do, it is important to have a command over written communication in general and over English in particular. On the sidelines, you may start investing your time in overcoming this weakness. Else, it could pull back your career.
From India, Bangalore
rkn61There are good Universities which offers Certificate Courses/Diploma Courses/Post Graduate
Diploma courses in Labour Laws. If you want to pursue your career and want to become strong
in the field of "IR", it is better to pursue Labour Laws Courses. Now-a-days many good companies
give importance to Compliance department which is associated either in "Legal" department or in "HR" Department. In MBA-HR course, no detailed coverage is given on Labour Laws. There is one paper on "Business Laws".
Annamalai University, Bharathiar University etc have PG Diploma in Labour Laws.
You can also check whether IGNOU (Indira Gandhi National Open University) is offering this course.
From India, Aizawl
Suresh RathiDear Alpana,
Mr.Divekar has given you a very sane advise.
You may learn the nuance's as well as Rules and Regulations pertaining to HR functions but in case you can not express yourself well, it will not allow you to achieve your full potential.
Do work on this aspect.
And let tell you that it is not difficult if to are committed to learn
Best of luck
From India, Delhi