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    What is the Qualification to get HR jobs

    Have a keen interest in joining HR field? Wondering which are the best universities providing training for this profession? No worries, you can go through this page and decide where to get HR training.

    I have completed my Graduation with B.Sc Comp.Sci from Osmania University and have experience in computer technical related voice process.
    I would like to get the position as HR.
    What is the qualification and training required and which university is giving best coaching in this line?
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  • There are many qualifications which are useful for you to become an HR manager. There is a post graduation course in Industrial Relations and Personnel Management (IRPM) offered by many Universities. You can do that. Another course is Social work post graduation course. This is also useful for HR jobs.
    There are many Diploma and PG Diploma courses offered by various institutes which will make you eligible for HR jobs.
    Once you get the qualification you can start applying for various posts in the line and put up 2 or 3 years experience you will get various chances for senior positions in line in very good companies and corporates.

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  • Please do note that you have only two excellent institutes for the best Post Graduate Qualification in HR. The two superb institutes that offer the Post Graduate Degree Course in Personnel Management and Industrial Relations are the Xavier Labor Relations Institute, Jamshedpur, and the Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai. Both have their own written examinations, followed by Group Discussion and interview. You have not mentioned the percentage of marks in your Graduate examination. However, please do note that these institutes normally expect you to have scored more than 55% in the total aggregate in the first attempt without any arrears.

    The written examination is tough. You can go through the websites of these institutes to get an idea. Apart from these there are some good institutes where you will get what is called the Master's Degree in Social Work, with a specialization in HR. This is a full time two years program. If you do not get a seat in TISS or XLRI, you can join one of these institutions.

    Quite apart from these, please do note. None of the distance education programs offered by many Universities or Deemed Universities are recognized by the industry. Some organizations recognize the Post Graduate Diploma in Personnel Management, which is offered as an external course by the National Institute of Personnel Management (NIPM) which is recognized by the Government of India, and the AICTE. However, please do note that the examinations are very tough and you need to put in so many hours of hard work to pass the examination.

    If you are very serious in HR, these are the routes. Otherwise, you need to continue in your job, and try for a junior level job in HR. If you get it, grab it and then grow through experience. In the meanwhile, try to find out if there is a Part time course which can be considered as equivalent to the MSW or MBA degree for the appointment of welfare officers under the Factories Act.

    Since I do not know where you are based, I cannot offer you specific details in this regard. However, I can guide you further. If there is a branch of what is called the National Productivity Council in your city, check if they run the Part-time PG Diploma course. This should be recognized by your State Government. Please do note that there are some part time PGDM institutes in big cities. They offer the PGDM course with a HR specialization.

    You seem to be interested in HR in BPO/IT organizations. Please do note that there is huge competition here too. The professionals go through the hard grind and unless you have some exposure in what is called Industrial Relations, in the manufacturing industry, you cannot get a good grasp of the complex IT labor, which is a class by itself. Though there is no trade Union, the complexities of HR in IT industry are huge. There will be so many situations where you need to understand the nitty gritty of all inter-personal relations and exposure in a manufacturing environment will teach several tricks that will help you to mold your career in IT. Please do note that this is a must.

    Much will depend on what you want to do now, and the route that you want to take. All the very best.

    Please do note, to reach up to the level of Manager, you need at least eight years of experience in all aspects of HR.

  • I will advise you to go for MBA and then specialize in some HR area which best suits to your interest and aptitude. There are many short courses and diploma in HR related subjects like Industrial relation, Administration, Recruitment and placement, Training and development etc.

    You must enhance your skills to grasp the rules and regulations of general administration in the various organisations which are essential to manage HR functions in any setup.

    As this line deals in management of human resource it is supposed to be very challenging and one has to use his common sense along with the guidelines for managing the human resources.

    A successful HR manager can rise in the organisation to the very top as the productivity of any company depends on the proper and effective utilization of manpower.

    You should consider these aspects before going to take up a HR degree or diploma.

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  • If you have interest in making career in HR area then you have to do some post graduation course in any of the HR elements or you can go for some certificate or diploma course in them.

    Some of the important branches in HR are - human resources development, labour and industrial relations, labour studies, organizational behaviour, business management, organizational management, international business etc.

    So after getting exposure to some of these courses you can apply for HR positions in the industry.

    Now, one thing which is to be understood clearly at this juncture is that you should not hesitate in joining a small job as gaining experience is the most important thing in the beginning of the career. Then slowly, you can switch job from one place to another better place.

    Knowledge is power.

  • One has to have a minimum Bachelor Degree in relevant HR discipline or at least Diploma in HRM which normally one can obtain by spending few months in a private institution. You are already a graduate, so, you can try it further.

    You can also join in any HR or Manpower or Recruitment or Consultancy with basic post to learn it practically , try to obtain the knowledge and then do the HR course as a part time as well.

  • You are looking for becoming HR. For that you need to complete either PGDHRM i.e. Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management or Master of Business Administration in Human Resource. If you do this then there are high chances you will get job in reputed companies. But in order to do MBA there are lot if private universities and IIMs and state universities so basically you have to give entrance test. Secure good college and complete MBA. Or else you can opt for distant learning programs of PGDHRM. There are some universities offers executive MBA of 1 year but it has some eligibility criteria. Please start reading about possible ways to do MBA.

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  • After your graduation you can opt any of the following:
    1.MSW - master of social work
    2.DPM - Diploma in personnel management from National Instt. Of Personnel Management,Calcutta or any university
    3.DLL - Diploma in Labour Law from any university.
    Above all you should develop percevearnce in you as you have to handle different type of candidates/employees.

  • Since you want to make a career in Human - resources and keeping a track of the present competitive environment, it would be best to a acquire a PGDM qualification from IIM. This needs to be put a constant effort so as to secure a percentile not less than 97 so as to secure a seat from this coveted institution. The other way is to compete the written test conducted by Xavier Institute of Socia- science Jamshedpur where in you have to qualify XAT test with impressive scorings in order to make an entry in this Institute.
    However, there are other B Schools offering a post - graduate diploma of two years enabling you to appear for the post of Management - trainees ( Administration) wherein there are vacancies of executives to be absorbed in the Personnel - department.
    You need to acquire at least a high second class in both your graduation and MBA stage so as to be eligible to apply for the post. After clearing your written and oral test, you are finally selected subject to clearance of the medical test.
    Your strength would be your communication- skill and a nice representation of the facts to excel in this field.

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