Priyanka Ghosh

I am a commerce graduate.I am looking for a college which offers PGDM in Human Resourse

Can anyone suggest me colleges in N.C.R region?

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RE: I am a commerce graduate.I am looking for a college which offers PGDM in Human Resourse

Dr salman Abid
Dr salman Abid
Verified Career Expert
Associate professor
  • Hyderabad

Dear student.
Human Resource Management is in demand nowadays,though its beleived to be a rare specialisation as far as job market is concern in compare to other specialisations in MBA.,specially marketing and finance and IT.
there are two types of Master's Degree Programme in Managment which are approved by the All India Council for Technical Education which is Govt of India's Statutory Body for Technological and Engineering Studies in India.
the second programme is equivalant to Master's Degree by AICTE./UGC
if your Query is related to PGDM,then its ok for you to pursue, and if you are asking about a mere Diploma progamme in Human Resource Management then i would like to advice you for doing PGDM(HR) a Post Graduation Equivalant to Masters Degree.the Best Institute for PGDM is INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC ENTERPRISES , OSMANIA UNIVERSITY,its located in Osmania University Campus ,Hyderabad,India,
this centre was awarded as Centre of Excellence.
here the PGDM(HR) is two years and 4 semesters programme.(including projects)this programme is envisaged as the highest quality programme in the area of Human Resource Management as it is proactively designed to provide eligible,suitable and competent HR professionals with sufficient knwoledge of Business to all industrial sectors.
there are many more Institutes offering this programme,
My suggestion: choose a Approved Programme by AICTE and Recognised by University Grants Commission.
don't look at completely private and Charming Institutes.
for Admission into this programme, you can see more details by clicking thes sites of IIPM AND ISB
IF you are willing to do a course of Excellence the i think ISB is the ultimate choice for it.INDIAN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS is a centre of excellence with many success landmarks.
if you have any query ,don't hesitate to ask the Expert

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RE: I am a commerce graduate.I am looking for a college which offers PGDM in Human Resourse

Aparna M Venkatesan
Aparna M Venkatesan
Verified Career Expert
PhD Management And Organizational Psychologist
  • Hosur

Dear student, good to hear on your decision to study an MBA with human resources.

Your background in Commerce will definitely add some weight to your MBA with human resources, as you may already studied HR in your commerce degree. Before I go on advising further, may I ask you if you have gained any work experience after your commerce degree? If yes, for how many months or years have you been working? It is always recommended to gain some years of work experience before you start with your MBA program. Students generally treat MBA as a default higher career destiny and therefore run into the MBA program soon after their first graduation, even without gaining work experience. There are many advantages of gaining work exp and then studying the MBA and I shall list one by one below.

1. Understanding the subject better:
If you have had some work experience and then studied MBA, you can understand the subject very easily. You can relate the theory concepts to your past working experience and this way you will develop subject knowledge far better than students without any work experience. These days business schools are highly using case studies and group discussion methods to teach the MBA curriculum and during such case and group sessions, students with previous work experience are said to contribute better and understand the subject better too.
2. Scoring high in your MBA GPA:
From good understanding of the subject you can also score high in your MBA comapred to the freshers who have no work experience and struggle to understand the theory.
3. Stand with better probability for post MBA jobs:
Companies always prefer students with a minumum of two or three years work experience along with their MBA degree compared to students with only the MBA and no work experience. This way your chances of getting a job is relatively easy for experienced workers than freshers.
4. Could negotiate for a high pay after MBA:
It is highly commented that MBA with prior work experience candidates get better pay than people who are freshers. Being a fresher the pay scale starts from 2 lakh per annum where as for candidates with work experience their pay starts from 4lakh depending on the school they graduate from.

Best schools within Delhi:
The only two business schools that I would strongly recommend within Delhi are the Faculty of management studies, FMS University of Delhi and the management department of IIT Delhi. The other recommendable institutions in Delhi are Jamia Millia Islamia and Jawaharlal Nehru University.

However I would sincerely ask you to not be restricted with only business schools from Delhi and apply to other top premier schools across India too like the IIM Ahmedabad, IIM Bangalore, IIM Calcutta, ISB Hyderabad, SP Jain institute of management, XLRI, IIT's. IIM Lucknow, IIM Khozhikode, IIM Indore, Symbiosis, IMT Ghaziabad, MDI Gurgaon and BITS Pilani. Among the above IIM Calcutta, IIM Ahmedabad and ISB Hydearbad are usually placed on top three for HR subject. Hope this helps. All the very best.

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