But before I answer your query, let me tell you, any course you do and with that any job you take, would be interesting initially, but once you get a hang of the job, it gets monotonous. But that does not mean, you quit the job or look out for a different course. Because at the end, how many jobs and courses or degrees can you go on adding?
Anyways coming back to your question. You have mentioned Generalist profile, which means you look after all the HR roles. Why dont you try your luck in Training? You could get a certification in training and developme
Having 40% in your graduation and that too of commerce which is a scoring stream is really a problem area. The fact is all courses generally admit students on the minimum percentage of 45-50% only. Your 40% is a problem which you will have to live with. What can you do now should have been thought about when you appeared for the exams of graduation very casually and got so low percentages.
However, you can do one thing now. Do M.Com in a good subject which you can score in and get atleast 55%. After this you will be able to get jobs to begin your career at lower level or you may
Human Resource Department in any organization can be considered the backbone of that organization owing to the importance of the HR Department in various Human Resource Aspects of the organization. Recruitment of employees, training them as per the objectives of the organization, appraisal of performance, maintenance of workplace environment, dispute redressal and management, public relations and communications, motivating employees and to leverage all these to achieve the goals in predetermined time. The working professionals in HR have very much to do with upgrading and updating themselv
Why did you pursue air ticketing course after a degree in computers?. How was it related?. And now you wish to pursue an MBA.
One suggestion, dont just run behind degrees to attain higher qualification. It must be in sync with your basic qualification or else the basics holds no value at all.
Anyways I would suggest think why you wish to pursue management course?. What is your objective?. Please do not fall in trap of a rat race.
In terms of further studies you could pursue an MCA which is in sync with your basic qualification.
Rest is your choice
Wish you good
As I know MIM course is self financed programme of university. It is not well recognized programme by AICTE/UGC like MCA or B.Tech or M.Sc.IT or PGDITM. So that I suggest not to go for MIM for future career.
I suggest you have to go for MCA/ B.Tech/M.Sc.IT for career in IT field.
All the best.
Every professional these days opt for an MBA to achieve a higher position. But ofcourse MBA is not the ultimate.
Please note being a commerce graduate is the first step towards a finance career. Along with graduation, you could opt for certificate courses like CA or CS.
After graduation and few years of work experience, you could opt for courses like ICWAI or CFA. or courses related to financial markets or trade markets.
Insurance is another field open for a finance graduate. You could opt for a course in Actuarial science.
Hope this helps.
Wish you good luck...
Its like too many questions together making it more and more complicated. But its better being complicated and questioning now than regreting later.
If in the future you have decided to pursue MBA, then a graduation in any field is alright because anyways its just your management certificate that would matter only. But still as said one must pursue higher studies as per their basic qualification.
Hence, pursuing a undergraduate management course like BMS or BBA would be beneficial as you would get an idea about management and what you would face in the future. Incase
Go ahead and do a MBA in tourism. If you do it from a good college; then your future is secure. Do it provided; you love meeting people, organising things and events and of course traveling.
Not many persons select such a course. But, the competition will be less; and India is one of the hottest tourist destinations of the world. It is only bound to grow at a rapid pace.
Your friends and family members (maybe people around you) may say that 'Do HR or Finance'. But, let me warn you that there are enough people doing the same. So, competition is tough; and growth may be slow. It's a sa
Nice to know about your entrepreneurial stint. Commendable!
How come you have realised that HR is the field for you in the future? That too suddenly? You have worked for call centres and then you were in education domain and now you are thinking of HR profession? This is weird.
I feel, you should continue with your business in education coaching which has possibility of high returns and satisfaction. A job will not give you the satisfaction of having your own entity and running it.
You are 32 years of age and without qualification and knowledge in Human Resource, you will not ge
Options are many. There are Common Entrance Tests as well as Private BSchools independent entrance tests also.
Selection of the entrance test shall be dependent on your choice of a BSchool. If you are aiming for IIMs, then CAT is mandatory. If you are aiming for state level university MBA, then State CET is to be appeared for. If you aiming for private BSchools like Symbiosis, Narsee Monjee, VIT, etc. then you will have to appear for their entrance tests separately.
However, as far as preparation of the exams is concerned, I would suggest that you should appear for at least 2 en
There is definitely scope for management in agriculture, however only if you are a qualified Agriculturist and have the necessary technical knowledge and experience. Also, MBA should be opted only after some years of work experience in the relevant field. Please do not consider MBA as the technique or a ticket to jobs in the relevant field.
You should definitely do MBA in AgriBusiness since it will make you learn the business aspects of agriculture.
There are many courses for you to choose from, but your interest is of utmost importance. If you want to pursue psychology, then just focus on this stream, nothing can be more demanding than Psychology, its really, a good subject and has a good scope as well, by studying Psychologist you can become a psychologist in various dimensions, depending on your inclination, a counsellor etc. These areas are very much different from Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in HR, I personally would recommend you to pursue psychology.
Obtain a bachelors degree in psychology from a government institutio
CAT requires qualitative, not quantitative preparation. When it comes to CAT preparation, the teachers create the real difference. There are institutes which provide good coaching to achieve 90 percentile like iQuanta, TIME coaching. CAT is an exam that tests your expertise in 3 basic fields:-
1.Mathematics and data interpretation.
2. English and reading comprehension.
If you are serious for CAT, you cannot ignore any one of the sections. One has to be a jack of all the three sections to ace the test, this becomes more important since one never knows what the compos
Labour Laws, Learning & Development, HR Strategy are some of the fields in which you can specialise in the HR domain.
If you are not an HR MBA qualified, doing that is recommended. If you are already an MBA, then a short term executive development programme with one of the top BSchools is recommended.
Switching jobs is also recommended if you want growth and change in work environment and culture.
Alternatively, think for starting your own recruitment consultancy services which require very less capital but large number of contacts.
Firstly your question suggests that the Human Resource field you chose was itself a wrong career decision and therefore now after years you have realised that human resource is no more of interest to you and you now think of shifting to another field. I would have understood if you told me that you wish to diversify or change your domain from Human Resource to another related field, but when you say that you wish to go for Biology, it gives me the impression that you are still not sure what to do in career and life. Doing different things will not lead you anywhere and will comp
Since you are already an MBA in HR and Marketing and if you have more than 55% in the MBA degree, then I would recommend you to appear for NET / SET examination conducted by UGC every year. www.cbsenet.nic.in
Once you get NET / SET qualified, you will get eligible for jobs in senior commerce and management colleges in all over India.
Doing MA Education will not serve any purpose since you are an MBA and you can teach HR and Marketing.
Further, I wouls suggest you to aim for a PhD in your subject so that you can get higher positions in the teaching industry.
You have not mentioned any of your background details in terms of education, number of years of work experience, current job profile, etc. As you explain your problem to a medical doctors, you should do the same here since we are Career Doctors.
Specialisation depends on your current job profile, years of experience and your future goal or aspiration or planning.
Generally, Executive Programmes in General Management are perfect for senior management level positions, since they are not too much domain specific but are more towards work, strategy and people management.
I agree with Ms. Meghana too.
I find no use of dfoing something advanced in Human Resource and that too from abroad. Please remove the apprehension that doing something as a fresher from abroad gives you some thing extra.
As a fresher your priority should be to find a job. Getting work experience is a must for you now. Along side a job, you may get certified Psychometric Assessment Techniques, Psychology courses, Labour Law course, ISO Certifications, Six Sigma Certifications. These will help you in Human Resource.
Learning and Development is a very critical aspe
I am very happy to see you inclination to continue your education and get well qualified in order to progress in your career.
If you wish to continue in your job, you can complete your graduation through distance mode from a recognised University. Ensure that you get atleast 55% in graduation.
Now that you are thinking for MBA HR, this can also be done through part time or distance. Since you have good amount of work experience, doing MBA HR part time / executive is recommended.
To work in a corporate culture, you need to leave your job in training institute. You are a MBA HR & Marketing and you are into Admin. Hope you are interested in HR domain. You will be treated as a fresher since you do not have HR domain experience. If you wish to continue as Administration staff member, then a little benefit can be there.
Looking out for a job through job portals, newspaper advertisement, referrals, family & friends is the way to get into a MNC.
As rightly suggested by Ms. Meghna, ensure you have good communication skills, domain knowledge and adva