Human Resources

Employees are said to be the most valuable asset for any organization and hiring, retaiting and developing a pool of right set of workers is the job of HR professionals in an organization. Human Resource (HR) Management focuses on increasing worker performance to satisfy the employer’s strategic objectives. It involves concentration on policies and systems, accomplishment, training, development, performance appraisal, managing payments , industrial relations, harmonious employer and employee relations and also balancing  of structure practices. Thus specialization in HR will equip you with all these key skills, ideas and also to manage human resources in an exceedingly means that results in the success of a company. Once finishing MBA, you will find scope for work in many sectors like information technology, government organizations, media houses, newspapers, and alternative verticals.

The various job roles out there for those with an MBA in HR management are – HR Assistant, Recruiter, training and Development organizer or Manager, Payroll Specialist, Human Resources Manager, Employee Relations Manager, Compensation or profit Analyst or Manager, HR information Systems Manager, Labor Relations Manager etc. Your career path can even take you to climb high and become director or vice president of HR.

HR being extremely specialized, demanding and critical function of business administration holds utmost importance within the curriculum of management. The first objective of this specialization is to train the participants in competencies like knowledge of the business, personal credibility, functional HR expertise and management of modification. The HR stream focuses on:

  • Industrial Training & Development
  • Human Capital Management
  • Organizational Development
  • Industrial Relations & Personnel Management