Senthil Hr
Hr Executive [ites Bpo]
Process Associate ,backend Operations Financial

Hi Guys,

I have got selected in the internal job Posting in my co. for the position of HR exe.

I am pursuing M.com couse (correspondence) from delhi university

I have 3.5 learning of german language as well

I consider it to be a good opportunity..

However i am confused

Do i need to go for A proper Mba course to support my job for future because as if now i have no qualification in HR or it will suffice to jus persue a certificate couse in HR specialisation wch is generally for a Year

Also as the admissions for XLRI are closed

I have another question in mind whch institute to go for this part time/satellite learning course now as my second option..

Is IMT gazihabad part time one yr HR specialisation course good???

Another thing..

I was pretty confused while chossing to go for this job because it was for recruitment profile to start with...wch according to most people has got limited scope....

with all this questions in my mind..

I was your advice on the following matters:

1) whether to go for recruitment profile or not(after an experience of 2 years in operations)

2)If at all i go for it wch Institute to choose for getting qualified in HR??

Some people do say its a good opportunity to start up with coz most refreshers dont easily get a corporate job in HR they have to first gain experience in consultancies..

also can some on suggest me a link

where by i can check that which career option suits my apptitue n traits??

like a phschometric test..??

Thanks for bearing all confused set of questions...
11th February 2008 From India, Chandigarh
Dear Neha
A recruiter is not a corporate job It is an operational job in todays context
Many organisations go for operational people for Recruiters and this situation may continue for a few more years when the economy is growing at more than 8 to 9% annually.
there are three categories of Recruiters
1. Recuiters with proper HR Qualification
2. Recuiters without HR qualification and without any work experience
3.Recruiters with Operational Experience
Those in category one will definitely grow in HR if they perform well
Those in category 3 should keep their options open either to get into HR and or go back to Operations within the next two years.They can also qualify with Diplomas to get into HR proper. But you need to pick up the right Diploma (In your case I suggest XLRI even if you need to wait for a yer)
Those in category 2 are the people who need to focus and get better qualifications Otherwise, they will be in deep trouble when the economy gets a beating
11th February 2008 From India, Chennai
do not get stuck in recruitment or HR , these days companies do not prefer cost centres they want people who can get revenue for them, if u were in some placement agency then you could become profit centre but in organisation u'll be cost centre . Try to be multi skilled and try to improve your employbility
12th February 2008
Hai iam senthil, iam working as a hr recruiter in a bpo, chennai.
In current HR industry Recruitment is something like a bpo process, and recently companies have started HRBPO where HR will also become a bpo process in future.
Any one can do recruitment or can be trained to recruit in a month or so. But if it is a HR generalist or HR post recrutiment role good, because in post recruitment you can learn lots of things and implement a lots of new ideas, but in recruitment less learning and no implementation.
After two years of strong operations exp i will highly suggest you NO for a recruitmetn opening. Elso go for some operation courses like SAP may add more value to your profile as well as to you.
senthil kumar
13th February 2008 From India, Madras
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