what is MBA in (HRD)please explain me

what is MBA in (HRD)please explain me

0 142 Views | Posted 2011-09-10 11:21:12
Started by roshan


    Sort by Latest
  • Shiksha Ask & Answer

    Commented by

    Vikas Naidu | Contributor-Level 10

    2011-09-13 20:55:37
    Well Said @Arvind Joshi ji
  • Shiksha Ask & Answer

    Commented by

    arun dev | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-12 12:47:38
    HRD, means every activity which is intended for development of human resources in an organization. educonnect.hpage.in and Arvind Joshi245 perfectly described abt HRD.
  • Shiksha Ask & Answer

    Commented by

    Arvind Joshi | Contributor-Level 9

    2011-09-11 20:25:15
    The nice explanation by Mr.Govind serves the purpose.However, I would like to add that HR is a Field full of heavy responsibilities.You ought to be very sensitive so that you can easily look from others' point of view, and then take a correct judgment--whether your action will jeopardise the organisations' goals and benefit the employee, or vice versa, or a middle solution needs to be found. You ought to read between the lines and then interpret the deep human psychology.In other words, doing MBA(HRD) entails a lot of responsibilities and a very, very sensitive position.For this you have to have a natural talent backed by strong theore
  • Shiksha Ask & Answer

    Commented by

    Aakash Luhar Engineer | Contributor-Level 8

    2011-09-11 08:57:04
    MBA in HRD means specialization with human resourse development
  • Shiksha Ask & Answer

    Commented by

    Govind Sharma HR, startup entrepreneurs, career blogger | Guide-Level 14

    2011-09-10 11:44:05
    Hi, MBA has many specialisation and HRD is one of them. HRD stands for Human Resources Development
    It covers subjects like Recruitment or Talent Acquisition or Talent Management, appraisal or development of employees, labour laws, compensation design and management, strategic human resources management and so on. If you like a lot to interact with the people, understand them and you are always people friendly and you have great patience to handle their grievances and help organisation to gorw, you should opt HRM as a specialisation.

Related Discussions

Get authentic answers from experts, students and alumni that you won't find anywhere else

Sign Up on Shiksha

On Shiksha, get access to

  • 61k Colleges
  • 945 Exams
  • 486k Reviews
  • 1200k Answers

Share Your College Life Experience

Didn't find the answer you were looking for?

Search from Shiksha's 1 lakh+ Topics


Ask Current Students, Alumni & our Experts


This website uses Cookies and related technologies for the site to function correctly and securely, improve & personalise your browsing experience, analyse traffic, and support our marketing efforts and serve the Core Purpose. By continuing to browse the site, you agree to Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy.

Need guidance on career and education? Ask our experts

Characters 0/140

The Answer must contain atleast 20 characters.

Add more details

Characters 0/300

The Answer must contain atleast 20 characters.

Keep it short & simple. Type complete word. Avoid abusive language. Next

Your Question


Add relevant tags to get quick responses. Cancel Post