What is the scope of doing an MBA in HR and is it okay if i do it from the JRE Group, Noida?

0 73 Views | Posted 2011-09-26 12:50:30

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    Moderator_ Shiksha | Contributor-Level 10

    2011-09-26 13:32:12
    Dear User,
    Request you to review your questions, In spite of asking several questions about a single institute in different ways,kindly compile the questions as one and then bring it in front of the experts!
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    Neeraj Kumar | Guide-Level 12

    2011-09-26 13:36:03
    yes it is good , you can get job in recruitment or any admin job in organization
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    Astha Aggarwal

    2011-09-26 13:31:17
    Its good that you have decided to do an MBA in HR, as the scope there is only going to increase with growth in Indian economy and hence there is soon to be a great demand for HR professionals.
    And as for the JRE Group, why not? It is backed by two of the largest educational companies - Educomp, India and Raffles, Singapore. And because it is a brand new college, their infrastructure is great too and has all the latest state-of-the-art classrooms, lecture halls and libraries.
    The best thing they have a designated placement cell which is headed by people like R. Jayaraman, who is an MBA from IIM-A with plenty of years of leadership
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    2011-09-26 13:20:37
    An MBA in HR teaches as how to build solid foundation of people in an organization, by managing them, delegating their duties and keeping them in harmony.
    HR plays an integral role in sourcing and retaining talents that helps organization grow and prosper. Hence, organisations require talented students with management degrees in HR who are trained and better equipped to take on the challenge of building the best human resource talents for the organisation.
    MBA training in HR inculcates in students good communication skill, people management skill, eye to spot talent, positive attitude and logical approach in solving problems.

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