I have worked in a bank, so ideally i should be doing an mba in finance but i like hr too, please guide what should i take up?

0 43 Views | Posted 2011-09-12 13:16:01
Asked by S Sharma

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    anjali sharma | Contributor-Level 7

    2011-09-12 14:57:04
    Why don't you go for a dual degree where you can study both Finance and HR? As a matter of fact, I am doing exactly that - pursuing a dual specialization in Marketing and Finance from Delhi Business School. I chose DBS because it is specially known for its unique dual degrees and I should add that i have had a very enriching experience so far!
    For further information about the course, please log into their official website, http://www.dbs.edu.in/
    Anjali Sharma
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    Nikhlesh Mathur | Guide-Level 14

    2011-09-12 13:18:12
    Even with HR specialization you can have a position in Banks. And besides it will open avenues for you in other sectors as well such as in industries. So go with your interests and do MBA with specialization in HR.

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