MBA(Specialization Human Resourse)

Hi all, I'm planning to do my corporate MBA next year.. Is there an institute that offers MBA(Specialization Human Resourse) for employed graduates? It would be more great if anyone could suggest a college at Bangalore.. Thank you in advance!

0 86 Views | Posted 2011-10-04 10:39:51
Asked by punam

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    Kusum Gupta

    2011-10-05 10:19:32
    Hi you can check for gems b school. They provide corporate MBA where you can work during the weekdays and can attend weekend classes. And moreover it is located at Bangalore.
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    smita

    2011-10-05 12:08:10
    Hi Punam,Corporate/ Executive MBA has a lot of demand in India as students and professionals want to study executive mba programs while working from top executive mba colleges to grow on their career path.An executive MBA in India is broader in scope when it comes to the specialized subjects in the offering. Apart from Human Resourse, you can explore executive/Corporate mba programs in general management, operations management, hospitality management, finance, pharmacy, global logistics and supply chain management, international business, marketing, etc.As you want to pursue in HR recently i heard Mahatma Gandhi University (Meghalya) provides... view more
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    Tabrez Ahmed

    2011-10-05 11:41:37
    Hey u can try St Hopkins College Of Management Bangalore
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    Dr KRISHNA KATTI | Contributor-Level 10

    2011-10-04 11:12:43
    Approch IGNOU
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    Pooja Kohli | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-04 13:58:22
    Hi Punam,
    if you are looking for a part time MBA specifically in Bangalore, you can look at ICFAI, IGNOU etc. you can check with Christ college, Alliance business Academy IIM B & XLRI.
    For more information on Part Time MBA please check the link below:
    tinyurl.com/6geepgc
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    Hope this resolves your query. Feel free to put up more queries. In case your query is resolved please close this question by choosing it as a “best answer” or pressing the “thumbs up” icon.
    Thanks,
    Pooja

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