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A lot of scope is there in market for people with human resource degree. You can even try for government companies and banks for Human resource manger post with good score in your degree, for that an entrance will be there written and if you clear that group discussion and personal interview will follow. If you clear all you can work in public sector company and have a good career growth.
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Human Resource Management has been gaining wide importance all over the industry and sectors, since India is a labour intensive and human population strong nation. not everything can be done by machines or technology and therefore human resource is an ever required and important aspect in the growth of the nation.
Human Resource Manager is a very high level designation majorly involved into strategy making, policy making and implementing in the organisation. Human Resource Department (HRD) is one of the important and vital parts in the organisation, since this is the department which looks into sourcing, training, recruiting, training and developing the human workforce in order to make the organisation reach its defined goal and objective.
Today Human Resource Management has not remained limited to only selecting and recruiting candidates, but it has evolved further into training and development of fresh recruits, middle level staff and also senior level staff. Human Resource is now a major function and has not remained a department which calculates the staffs leaves and gives salaries.
To be into the Human Resource Department, one generally starts from the Executive HR level and then according to the experience and qualification progresses towards the Manager / Vice President level.
Human Resource Management is best learnt in a post graduate program like PGDBM / PGDM / MBA from a reputed Institution or University or abroad. Gaining post graduation in this field has become a necessity considering the avenues, research and theories in developing human resource is concerned.
You can see part time MBA courses from reputed schools and universities in India. You can also consider a PG Diploma in Human resources program to either study full time or part time. PG Diploma is less costly compared to what it costs for studying an MBA.
IIM Calcutta is number one in India for executive program in human resources. They have a program called EPHRM and you can study this program while also working at a comapny. It takes a year or two to complete the program. After completing the program, you can submit the certificate and your company will consider this certificate during your next appraisal. This way you can get to manager level promotion easily.
EPHRM from IIM calcutta ( https://www.iimcal.ac.in/) is well recognised and rewarding too. They have classes only after 5 or 7pm in the evenings or probably weekends. They also give you the opportunity to visit their campus for upto 15 days. It wont disturb your current job but will give so much value to your hr role.
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Good to hear you are willing to become a human resource manager in your career and here today I shall explain the types of educational qualification that you will need to become a human resource manager. I am not sure of what is your present educational or career standing and therefore I shall give you some guidance in detail.
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