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In order to become an HR professional you need to meet the following requirements:
You need to be very good at your interpersonal skills. HR management is all about managing people and dealing with them in day to day lives. Therefore, it is utmost important that you get comfortable in working with diverse groups of people and you enjoy dealing with them. Also you need to have enough patience when it comes to deal in pressure situations.
Dear Student,It's good to see your interest in HR at such an early stage. However, I would recommend you to complete your graduation before getting in to a specialized course of HR&You may do your graduation degree in BBA / BBS or B.com (P) / (H).&Percentage of 12th class would vary from course to course, university to university and college to college.&Please also see below the required skill set of an HR professional.
Definitely a good education qualification is recommended to get into the HR field.
An MBA/PGDM in Human Resource Management from a recognised University / Institute is highly apt and minimum requirement for getting into corporate HR.
You can also work in HR Consultancy firms.
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