What is good after B.Tech?
Hi, I’m going to passout in 2015(enginnering-Mechanical), I already placed in TCS. But I’m in confusion that whether to join in TCS or not. I would like to do MBA-HR, What are the best institutes for MBA-HR in INDIA, and whether they offer distance(bcos if I will join in TCS)? Doing MBA-HR is the right decision or not? Please tell me asap to plan my career.
You can always do your MBA part-time while working too. However, if you feel Distance is fine with you, you may go ahead with that.
MBA HR is a good option, provided you are inclined to working in the HR division of an organisation.
In HR you will be dealing with people of the organisation, and hence your communication skills need to be on top, with a positive outgoing personality to match.
You should have good patience level to deal with people, as you would be meeting different kinds of people everyday.
A logical approach when dealing with employees is utmost important, while having a knack of problem solving skill will be an added advantage.
HR is an interesting field with lot of trainings in people management, assessing individuals and groups, being part of team that design new employee management systems etc., If you like to get in to all of these, then MBA HR could be a good first step in to the HR profession.
Most importantly, whatever you choose, make sure you put all your efforts and get good grades, and opt for a good college. As, once you are in HR you will realise that all freshers are hired on the basis of their academic grades and reputations of their colleges.
Here is a list of top HR and Personnel management colleges in India from Hindustan Times – http://www.htcampus.com/subcategory/human-resource-personnel-management-colleges-in-india/
To get to know which colleges have Distance Education option, you need to do the following in that above link – You need to click the “filters” button and, in the options that displays, select “Distance” under Course Delivery option.
Other sources for top indian B-Schools:
1) Best Business schools state-wise from Business Today magazine – http://businesstoday.intoday.in/bschools/state-city-wise-analysis.jsp
2) Top schools as rated by independent rating agency Crisil – http://www.crisil.com/ratings/bschool-school-grading-list.htm