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    Detailed information of MBA in HR?

    I want to know how do i prepare Mba hr - Ist Year as im working & what subject contains in Mba - Hr Ist year?

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    Re: Detailed information of MBA in HR?

    Hi, there are 1 year or 2 years MBA course for working professionals. which is also called as Executive MBA. As per my research you can go for Manipal university in Bangalore if you are located in Bangalore.. Go through this website www.executiveprograms.manipal.edu[FONT=Calibri, sans-serif] /[/FONT] or contact 080-40789100 (114) 997252952. Total Program fee is Rs.1,80,000/- which can be paid in 6 installments, last date to submit the form is 28th Jan 2012. About the subjects If it is two years course then the 1st year subjects are mainly in to finance and marketing, operation [FONT=Arial, sans-serif]management, organizational behavior.. etc. [/FONT]All the best..

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    Re: Detailed information of MBA in HR?

    Well it depends on the institute you are applying for to pursue MBA in HR .Many institutions ,actually almost all of the institutions in India for MBA organize a common group of subjects for the first year which includes some of the following subjects :

    Financial Accounting Fundamentals
    Marketing Fundamentals
    Integrated Organization Principles
    Economics for Business
    Business Mathematics
    Marketing & Marketing Economics
    Information & Business Economics Analysis
    Accounting Fundamentals
    Human Resource Development in Changing Economic Environment
    Resource and Value Chain
    Marketing
    Some institutes make it compulsory to learn one or more foreign language in the first year .

    However in institutions like AMITY and others, you can expect the HR subjects to get started from the first year ..The common HR subjects taught in the Indian colleges are :

    Industrial Relations & Labor Laws
    Organization Development
    Training & Development
    Interpersonal Teamwork and Process
    Human Resource Planning
    Compensation & Benefit Strategy
    Strategic Human Resource
    Change & Performance Analysis
    Industrial Psychology
    Marketing Research
    Managing Human Resources
    Behavioral Communication and Relationship Management
    Economic and Business Legislation
    International Marketing Management
    Business Environment and Strategic Analysis
    Self Development and Interpersonal skills

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    Re: Detailed information of MBA in HR?

    Hi,

    If you want to pursue MBA in HR, the best college in India is XLRI, Jamshedpur.
    Well coming back to your question, what are the subjects taught in 1st year of MBA HR, well in most of the institutes in India specialization is opted in the beginning of 2nd year of the MBA, first year is having common subjects for all that are -

    Principles of Management
    Accounting
    Business Mathematics
    Managerial Economics
    Marketing Management
    Human Resource Management
    Computer fundamentals
    Operation Research
    Research Methodology
    Management Information Systems
    Organizational development etc.

    Whereas when you go in second year specialization subjects are been taught like -
    Training and development
    Organizational behavior
    Wages and Salary Administration
    Labour Laws
    Industrial Relations
    Strategic Human Resource
    Organizational development
    Performance Management
    Strategic Implementation etc.

    All the best.

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    Re: Detailed information of MBA in HR?

    hr.jpghello friend Human Resource is an very important subject of the Mba which deals with recruiting the people and also maintaining the acoounts of the people in the industry,factories,organinations HR are in much higher demands this days,also have very good salaries in all of the software companies,you can also work in the top financial sectors of the world too.also in the private/government colleges as an lecturer with good salaries.

    Many other good jobs for the HR are,
    • AVp-HR generalist/US bank/mumbai.
    • Business HR partner.
    • HR business partner/cisco systems.
    • site HR leader.
    • AGM HR.
    • Psychometric assessments professinals.
    • Delivery consultant-talent asseseement.
    • Manager-Human resources.
    • sr-manager learning and development.
    • Strategic business partner.
    • compensationa nd benefits specialists.
    • VP HR.
    • HR Business partner.
    • senior manager organisation.



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    Re: Detailed information of MBA in HR?

    Hi

    Dear I would like to make you intimated that the curriculum is different from university to university and college to college
    these days and also you can not find same subjects in each IIM even, and each have their own methods of teaching and
    uniqueness. OK.. So going by your question what are all the subject in MBA is little difficult to explain. Therefore, for your
    understanding I am giving two universities syllabus for MBA program for first year. Hope you would understand the difference
    clearly. And of course there are general subjects like HR, Marketing, Operations, and Finance they are compulsory and always
    will be there in every MBA program. OK.. If you could have given a particular university then it could have been more easy
    for you even to follow. OK.


    University-1
    MBA SYLLABUS
    University-2
    MBA SYLLABUS
    Semester-1

    Statistics for Management

    Management concepts

    OrganizationalBehaviour
    Economic Foundations of Business Environment
    CommunicationSkills

    LegalAspects of Business
    Accounting For Management
    Semester I:-

    Marketing Management-1
    Financial Management-I
    Quantitative Methods
    Business Communication
    Accounting for Managers
    Organizational Behaviour
    Information Systems for Managers
    Managerial Economics
    Semester-2
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    MarketingManagement
    Production Management
    HumanResource Management

    Quality Management
    ManagementInformation System
    Financial Management
    ResearchMethods In Business
    Semester II:-

    Marketing Management-II
    Financial Management-II
    Operations Management
    Soft Skills Lab- I
    Human Resource Management
    Enterprise wise Information Systems
    Business Research Methods
    Macroeconomics & Business Environment
    Legal Environment of Business

    ***Summer Internship Program


    So did you notice the above table in which I have mentioned two universities syllabus for
    MBA 1st year program. You find except few there is a total difference can be identified. OK

    I think you must have understood by this time now.. OK then

    best of luck..

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    Re: Detailed information of MBA in HR?

    MBA in HR




    MBA in Human Resources or HR enables an individual to pursue a career in Human Resource or Personnel management. MBA programme in Human Resources is undoubtedly one of the most effective ways for establishing successful career in HR departments of reputed companies. MBA in Human Resources offers a perfect blend of high-quality core curriculum with a specialisation curriculum. Further, the course content of MBA programme in HR is constantly updated in order to ensure real-world relevancy and to meet the requirements of today`s competitive global marketplace.


    Eligibility for MBA in Human Resource (HR)


    A student needs to have a bachelor`s degree from any stream in order to pursue a MBA in HR. There
    are no different entrance tests for MBA in HR. The entrance test includes testing of proficiency in English, problem solving, data analysis and interpretations, critical reasoning and general awareness of socio-economic environment. Candidates need to clear the entrance tests.

    Course Curriculum of MBA in Human Resources (HR)

    MBA in Human Resources combine the essentials of general MBA programs with specialised training in human resource management like planning, mediation, recruitment and labour relations. The programme prepares the graduates to incorporate the HR strategies into overall plans of any company. Public Relations (PR) department of a business house is involved with the external clients, while the Human Resource (HR) department is concerned with the internal clients - the employees of the business house.
    MBA with a specialisation in HR Management allows a student to develop a general set of management skills in other areas in the first year while learning about human resource practices in the second year. MBA in human resource management focuses on the skills that are required to be effective organisational managers. During the two years MBA programmes, students are taught human resource development, the legal aspects of management, and strategic human resource management. Students become familiar with the social, cultural, and economic factors that influence employee relations. It also teaches the students how to assess and improve essential components of company operations, including compensation, benefits, salary negotiations and safety standards.


    Career Options after MBA in Human Resources (HR)
    HR or Personnel Managers are involved in all aspects of employee management. HR managers need to
    interact with the employees of different levels. In the past, Human Resource professionals were just involved in the behind-the-scenes work such as handling issues of employee benefits or recruiting, interviewing, and hiring new personnel in accordance with policies and requirements laid down by top management. Today, apart from doing these tasks HR managers are also actively involved in shaping corporate policies of the company. As per the modern concepts of management, it is essential for any business house to look after the needs and demands of their employees. The HR department has now become an indispensable part of every organisation. The candidates can also work as consultants to advise corporations on anticipated organisational change. There are several institutes in the country offering MBA in Human Resource such as Xavier`s Labour Relations Institute, Jamshedpur, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai and Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development.


    List of good HR programs:


    XLRI
    TISS
    SIBM
    SCMHRD
    MDI HR
    IMT HR
    XISS


    colleges for MBA in HR

    • Academy of Maritime Education & Training (AMET University) Chennai, India
    • Apex Institute of Engineering & Technology Jaipur, India
    • Bangalore Management Academy (BMA) Bangalore, India
    • Central Institute of Management and Technology (CIMT) Lucknow, India
    • Chennai Business School (CBS) Chennai, India
    • Chetanas Ramprasad Khandelwal Institute of Management and Research Mumbai, India
    • Indian Institute of Cost and Management Studies & Research(IndSearch) Pune, India
    • Institute of Business Studies & Research(IBSAR) Navi Mumbai, India
    • Institute of Management Technology(IMT) Nagpur, India
    • Institute of Management Technology(IMT) Ghaziabad - Delhi/ NCR, India
    • Institute of Marketing & Management (IMM) Delhi/NCR, India
    • International Management Institute(IMI) Delhi/NCR, India
    • ITM Business School Navi Mumbai, India
    • K.J. Somaiya Institute of Management Studies and Research (SIMSR) Mumbai, India
    • Lala Lajpat Rai Institute of Management (LLIM) Mumbai, India
    ​All the best.................

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    Re: Detailed information of MBA in HR?

    Dear pal,
    • Human resource manager plays a important role in any kind of companies and they are in demand in all the institutions. To become a HR manager one requires MBA degree in HR .
    • The nature of work for HR is to recruit qualified individuals for various vacancies available in the company. Other than that they are bridge between labours and the management.
    • They are involved with making of management policies, solving labour disputes, labour training, making out management policies and strategies.
    • Selecting a talented aspirant for the job available in the company who are good at the course, positive attituded, trustworthy etc.
    • The various subject dealt in the course are role of HR manager. Difference between personnel management statistics and HRM, job specification, analysis, selection process, recruiting, career process, leadership and training program, creating a culture, shaping the culture, etc
    • On the whole the job available for HR discipline people is very much good and you can prefer it.

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    Re: Detailed information of MBA in HR?

    MBA in HR include following subjects in two years-

    first year-management principals

    quantitative methods in business.
    organizational behavior.
    management accounting
    managerial accounting
    legal system in business
    research methodology and communication
    applied operations research
    marketing management
    human resource management.

    second year- production and materials management
    financial management
    computer languages for management
    business policy
    management information system and electronic data processing
    international marketing
    select any one from- finance/marketing/HR/systems.
    project work-industrial and labour relations
    HR
    total quality management
    training and development

    note: this course may vary from university to university.

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    Re: Detailed information of MBA in HR?

    Hello friend,

    MBA in Human resource


    They get jobs in a variety of corporate positions related to human resource management.

    They act as counselors, offering assistance to employees to deal with personal issues
    .

    They carry wide variety of responsibilities including-
    hiring new employees,
    dealing with labor disputes
    training employees
    compensation policies
    benefit programs,
    union and labor relations.

    Another role of HR is designing and implementing performance management systems so that it can perform employee career planning, counselling and appraisal
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    JOBS OF HR
    HRM 1.jpg
    ]HR job responsibilities are
    • HR assistant
    • staffing manager
    • human resource specialist
    • HR benefits analyst
    • benefits coordinator
    • compensation analyst
    • human resources coordinator
    • HRIS analyst
    • payroll supervisor
    • Restructuring analyst
    • Skill development
    • Recruitment & hiring specialist

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    sir is government colleges of mba select student according to the mariet list in the entrance

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