MBA Human Resources Management: HR plays a strategic role in managing the key challenges faced by an organization with regard to recruitment and retention, engagement and succession planning. Among other things, this program hones the skills and knowledge of students.
The two most common entry routes to an HR career are:
– Undergraduate or (in India) an MBA or Masters in HR –> followed by either a functional entry or into an HR specific Leadership Development Program (LDP). You would enter at notch or two below manager level and work your way up.
– Mid-career transition into HR –> in the context of someone’s career development towards senior business roles, or a full transition into HR. Many HR managers / directors would have transition mid-career into HR from other functions in the organization, like finance, operations, or marketing & sales.
-- A candidate must hold a minimum 50% in aggregate (45% for SC/ST/PH) in Class 10.
-- A candidate must hold a minimum 50% in aggregate (45% for SC/ST/PH) in Class 12.
-- Candidates must hold a Bachelor’s degree recognized by the AICTE/UGC/Institute/University incorporated by Act of Parliament/State legislature, university declared to be deemed as a University under section 3 of UGC Act, 1956, with 50% marks (45% for SC/ST/PH).
-- Candidates meeting the above eligibility criteria and have appeared at latest Common Admission Test (CAT) conducted by IIMs/ Xavier Aptitude Test (XAT)/CMAT (conducted by AICTE)/ GMAT are eligible to apply.