It might sound a bit dumb, may seem to be a case of high hopes but I have this question in my mind...
Is it possible for a management student (me of-course) MSHRM from a non-premier B-School to get a placement abroad?
I donot have any experience.
Plz guide me
THanks and Regards,
Sonit Singh

From India, Hyderabad
Dear sonit,
As you have no experience it is all the more difficult to find a job abroad. Especially in HR one needs to know the culture and the laws of the country unlike for other jobs. Only a HR course abroad can facilitate a job there. All the Best

hi Padma,
Thanks for replying back. I got a similar reply from few other people whom I had asked this question. I will try to get an experience firstly in India and the move my career accordingly.
Thanks and Regards,
Sonit Singh

From India, Hyderabad
Hi Sonit

I would like to respond to your querie in the following lines , I have 6 yrs of abroad experience and continuing

First of all , as far as the HR profession is concerned India is best launching pad for any HR person as we have many MNC and honorable indian firms which adopt HR policies and senior professionals still working in pursuit of new innovations in the HR field , It is b'coz of these seniors here Indian HR personnels are rich in demand

As far as gulf countries concerned still some good companies are sailing with old non HR qualified personnels in the administration department , B,coz of these countries and companies are financially sound they paid low attention to HR side, but in in the late 90s Dubai companies made a huge turn around with HR management ,which then the medias highlighted and exposed the Indian skill to other GCC countries

Here I use to observe the opening options for HR manager every day in the news papers some specially insists for Indian Managers

It is obvious one should aquire sufficient exposure in the field and pursue for a job in abroad, But there are companies who recruit freshers for trainee posts where minimum salary and nil benefits offered. As per the GCC law you can get yourself relived until unless sponsor agreed, normally this lock up period is 2-5 years. You may loose some good opportunities in between. Again the training and skill aquistion may not as you expected or in par with one you may get from India

Hence it is very much advisable to aquire some good experience in India and go for abroad jobs

From Oman, Muscat
hi Karuna,
Thanks for your valuable suggestion. I have a idea now that if I have an experience in India and then look out for an opportunity abroad then I would be able to scale great heights.
Hence I have decided to look out for a job in India once I complete my course and then shape my career accordingly.
Thanks and Regards,
Sonit Singh

From India, Hyderabad
Onsite Opportunities Abroad are not difficult now. Individuals trained by Indian companies are in high demand. I have 7 colleagues working in my office here who have recently shifted from India thru a company which specialises in this category which 'Onsite Opportunities Jobs for Indians'
From India, Chandigarh
Dear Sonit,
I am Abdul Kareem I am completed in Diploma Computer Science Engg and Additional Qualification Diploma in Hardware Maintanance
I am already worked in Asst Officer in P.T.Express (P) Ltd in Rajapalayam, Currently I am worked in Designer at Star Prints (P) Ltd in Chennai
I need to work in abroad jobs so Any Abroad vacancy please inform me
Thanking You,
B.Abdul Kareem
Cell : 9884757878
E-Mail : abdulkareem1009@gmail.com

From India, Chennai
I have completed my Masters Degree in Commerce with Computer Applications and I don’t have any Experience, Will i able to get job abroad ..As I am in search of it.
From India, Chennai
Dear Friends,
I am Vinesh Kumar from Delhi India, right now I have been working as Sr. HR & Administration Executive with a real estate company in Delhi named Pacific for last 4 years and my total experience in this field is around 9 years. I have good knowledge of the Payroll, Admin & HR. I am looking for any suitable opportunity in foreign, if somebody has such type of vacancy in his/her eyes in aborad plz. let me know on kumarvinesh1985@gmail.com I will share my cv.

From India,
Dear Friends,
I am pursuing Hospitality management, and want to focus on Hotel management/Human Resource management in hotel. My family is not in support of my career path,and am suffering intimidations of all kind. The believe of my family is that the career is not well paid, and on other part it will take a longer time to achieve since I have no experience.
I need advice and encouragement.
Thank you.

From Ghana, Accra

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