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How to become a Professor of Human Resource Management? explain me in detail.
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To answer your question, you need to have a Masters degree in Human Resource Management or MBA in HR. Along with this, you need to clear NET (National Eligibility Test for Assistance Professorship). You need to serve as Assistant Professor first, along with publications in Peer reviewed Journal and Teaching experience which will promote you to be Associate Professor and then Professor. There are direct recruitments for Professorship which requires minimum 10 publications of papers in reputated Journals or exceptional Academic and Professional Achievement will provide you direct Professorship positions.
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Human Resource Management is a good domain area and definitely there is always a need of good teachers / professors.
Good that you are thinking of being a Professor in HRM.
Firstly you need to be a Masters in Personnel Management (MPM) or MBA in HRD. Then you need to appear for NET / SET examination of the UGC to qualify as a Assistant Professor in a senior college or management college.
You can also do Visiting Facultyship in colleges where NET / SET / PhD is not required however good amount of work experience and domain expertise is required.
If you are aiming for a full time job in teaching, then later on doing a PhD is very important..
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