One piece of log creates a small fire, adequate to warm you up, add just a few more pieces to blast an immense bonfire, enough to warm up your entire circle of friends; needless to say that individuality counts but teamwork dynamites. In every firm, every organization and every MNC, it’s the employees that can make or break it. Therefore, managing human force, keeping them healthy,happy and sequentially ensuring a holistic growth of any company requires conscious efforts and somebody who is trained to do so. This is why every organization needs a Human Resources Manager and also why a career in HR is sought after, both by the students and the companies. That said, every small or big education institution provides MBA HR but that may or may not hold value. In today’s time, whatever course you join, you better study at a recognized and renowned university, else degree is a mere piece of paper.
Talking of renowned institutions, who hasn’t heard of TISS-SVE and now, you can get a degree from TISS-SVE through RMS School in the heart of Chandigarh itself.
Here’s what you need to know about your prospects in HR , its scope and career prospects:
Am I Suited for a Career in Human Resources?
It’s a 2 year degree program in which you can choose your specialty between finance, human resources or operations management. Divided into 6 semesters, this course requires a basic graduate degree with a minimum aggregate of 45-50%. Apart from the basic requirements, students with good score in CAT/GMAT definitely have an edge over others.
Moreover, you will be better suited for career in Human Resources if you are people friendly, have good communication skills, have an inclination towards planning and organizing things well.
What Will I Learn?
Some core topics will be covered in the course but largely, the focus is on building human relations and creating a human force. This includes labuor laws and other legal issues around hiring, salary and compensation, ways of improving employee experience, productivity and overall empowerment of the employees. As MBA in human resources, you will play a role in improving lives of people around. This is one field of management and business, where you can make a valuable difference.
Where Can I get a Job?
With more industries opening up and start-ups everywhere, the need for a HR- Manager is pan industry and pan india. An educational institution needs HR manager as much as a textile industry. A small firm with upto 20 employees also needs HR manager and a company with 2000 employees similarly needs HR manager, maybe more than one as well.
The remuneration depends upon your calibre, the scale of industry and your experience. A fresher can expect anything between rupees 2.5 to 5 lakhs per annum while the salary can go up to Rs 10-12 lakh per annum for more experienced individuals. That said, salaries are slightly higher for those individuals who graduate from better B-Schools. In fact a PG diploma in HR Management is a very good idea for those working in family businesses since the traditional way of working is different and some organization, some skills can work wonders and add value to the conventional businesses across North India.
For those who cannot join a full time course, RMS School offers weekend batches as well. In fact, the degree which RMS School awards is accredited by none other than Tata Institute of Social Sciences-SVE.