Human Resource Management - Career Queries

Human Resource Management is the study and practice of management of human resources and effective utilization of them by implementing right policies, and also taking care of the employees. Human Resource (HR) Managers are involved with recruitment, training, career development, compensation and benefits, employee relations, industrial relations, employment law, compliance, disciplinary and grievance issues, redundancies etc.

Hello friend, The B.Com and BBA has its own merits. Let me tell you about BBA and b.Com, then you will have an idea, which field to pursue. Most of the [students get into commerce stream][1] with no understanding of what it involves. However, if management is ultimate goal, though both BBA and B.Com will lead to MBA, but one needs to give it a serious thought as to what subjects to graduate in even if the ultimate goal is MBA. It is true that both BBA and B.Com lead to MBA, however, while the B.Com can lead to a wide array of post graduate specializations, a BBA degree on the other hand, can

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There are certain myths about HR managers that they have to keep sitting in front of computer all the day, they are good for nothing fellows, the degree in HR does not matter much,................But it is not so because HR managers have a very prominent role to play in an organization, like that of recruitment, sorting out issues related to underpay or overpay, leaves etc., Manpower - how much required and how many are overpaid etc. They need to work for the all-round development of fellow colleagues as well as the organization itself, thuis without any hassle you may go for taking admission

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Hello Thanks for visiting us at Careeer Guide.com!!! Computer science is a well established field and I am so glad you choose this branch of engineering. You can definitely study either ME/ MTech or MBA after studing BE. Computer science engineering. Doing an MBA or ME depends on your interest in business or a technical subject like computer science. Lots of students choose MBA as the default option and I request you to carefully think and consider why you want to study an MBA. Never study a degree because everybody on the Earth is flocking to the MBA degree.   All you need now to do is s

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[Human resource management][1] subject is delivered in undergraduate level as part of the Bcom or BBA ; at the MSc level, then the PGDM/ MBA and finally at the doctoral level. Below I shall list [the top colleges for offering Human resource management both at MSc and PGDM/ MBA level across India][2].  For [top universities offering MSc Human resource management in India:][4]1. IIT Kharagpur School of Humanities, Kolkatta MSc Human resource management2. Jamia Millia Islamia, Delhi MA Human resource management3. Tata Institute of social sciences, Mumbai MA Human resource m

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first you have a post graduate in hrm and after that u join any big companies after few years you can be a profeesior in the college

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Hi There, Impressive that you are not only thinking from career point of view but also how it will be fruitful if you do some ad on courses. Anyways after BBA, pursuing an MBA is a must. Since [BBA is a graduate course][1] and will just give you an overview of the market. An in-depth study is a must. Also as you have mentioned you pursuing BBA from an IB board, which definitely means a combination of subjects, so accordingly you can choose a course that will help you in future. As such being a [management graduate][2], mainly important is communication. So you can get yourself a crash c

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Hello, Working in the field of your interest would lead you towards job satisfaction. Despite having degree in engineering, you can definitely work in the managerial or human resource field. There are plenty of graduate programs where you can apply even without master's degree. It would be preferable for you to take up MBA with specialization in Human Resource or Operations. It will increase your chances of getting job in the field of your interest with the companies you are passionate to work with. Make your CV/Resume according to the field/position you are applying to. Hope it helps you. In

1 answer Heer Shah in Human Resource Management category

Hello Swati, HR professional can play a key role in embedding Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). You can opt for Short term/ certificate course from Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs (IICA). You could be benefited by taking CSR course. Many corporate and non-profit organizations, contributing towards the CSR, have special posts for CSR professionals. As a HR professional, you can add value to the organizations becoming socially and environmentally responsible; with the knowledge of CSR, one can bridge employee engagement with CSR activities. Hope it will help you. In case of any query,

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Hi Imam good afternoon, I hope you have already gone through the below link. They are also asking for one year work experience. Please check into that. Apart from that not having maths background will not be an issue. After getting through you have to put extra efforts to learn maths. You can also go for MPhil, since you told you are interested in teaching side. All the very best for your future. If you wish to discuss more, feel free to ping me back. Thank you.

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Management. It is a broader canvas than Labour/IR.

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Hi Khush good evening, your background in psychology will give you a better understanding of human functioning, the way they get motivated and you can apply this in your workplace. The more suited job I would say is HR recruiter in any company, industry as you will be able to say whether a candidate is a right fit for that particular job and can enhance the growth of the company which you are in. Below I have attached a link of certain openings for HR recruiter. You can select the one which is suitable for you and apply,else browse for more jobs apply for which interests you. . This is one pat

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You need to define 'abroad' - which countries are you targeting? Find recruitment or migration consultants who can assist you in your search. Another method is to enrol for a course in Canada, US or Europe. Studying there takes you to the channels of getting into a job.

1 answer Reena Saxena in Human Resource Management category

If you want to enter the Accountancy field, the commonest courses are Chartered Accountant (CA) Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Certified Management Accountant (CMA) Certified Public Accountant (CPA) Cost Accountant (ICWA) Analyze your capabilities, interest, resources and the job opportunities in the field, before you enrol for a course. All will need intensive study, much more than what you do in MBA.

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