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What is the Scope of M.sc human development?

I am pursuing a B.sc home science clinical nnutrition nd dietitics...nd I want to do m.sc human development ..

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RE: What is the Scope of M.sc human development?

Rahul Shinde
Rahul Shinde
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Dear Sir/Madam,

Greeting's for the day!!!

Kindly go through the following details in order to get brief idea on MSc (Human Development)

M.Sc. Human Development or Master of Science in Human Development is a Post Graduate human Rights course. Human Development defines the areas of Human Development which are Human Development (Biology), Development Psychology, Human Development (Humanity) and Human Development Index. The duration of MSc (Human Development)is mostly two academic years but it varies from institute to institute. The Course is very valuable and an important one that provides many career opportunities to the candidates after its completion as it is job orienting in nature.


MSc Human Development Eligibility:

1. The candidate should complete their BSc under any registered university in respective subjects like BSc Home Economics or BSc Home Science in science stream.

2. The marks of admission for this course vary from University to University as in many case they conduct their own admission test.


MSc Human Development Colleges:

1. Sam Higginbottom Institute of Agriculture Technology and Science, Allahabad.
2. Chaudhary Sarwan Kumar Agricultural Vishvavidyalaya
3. Punjab University (PU)
4. Banasthali University
5. Sarojini Naidu Government Girls P. G. College


How is MSc Human Development Course Beneficial:

1. After completing the degree course the candidates can go for teaching job in private sector and after having passed certain educational degrees (Such as BEd & NET Exam) they can become permanent teacher and lecturer.
2. They can also run their own private schools and coaching centres.
3. They also have the option of going for research work in the very subject.
4. They can work for social wings such as NGOs as well.
5. They can job in any industry in form of payroll; here they maintain the financial records of salaries and its related basic wages, deductions etc. They also take care of employee benefits and its records.


MSc Human Development Employment Areas:
1. Recruitment and Staffing
2. Organizational and Space Planning
3. Performance Management and Improvement Systems
4. Organization development
5. Employment and Compliance to Regulatory concerns
6. Policy Development and Documentation
7. Company employee and Community communication
8. Compensation and Benefits Administration
9. Charitable giving


MSc Human Development Job Types:

1. Deputy Manager - HD (Training & Development)
2. HRD Executive - People Developemnt
3. Manager - Business Development
4. Manager - Land Acquisition (Business Development)
5. Manager - Organization Development
6. Manager - Product Development
7. Client Relationship Manager
8. Human Resource Recruiter
9. Human Resource Manager / Office Manager

Advance Courses in Human Development:
1. M.Phil (Human Development)
2. Ph. D. (Human Development)

Further doubts or queries feel free to contact.

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Regards,
Rahul

RE: What is the Scope of M.sc human development?

Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD
Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD
Verified Career Expert
Founder & CEO: Discovering Careers India
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Dear Aspirant,

Doing MSc in Human Development will have a limited role in the corporate.

If you wish to join NGOs or teaching or remain in the research, then MSc Human Development will be best.

Best wishes

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