Diploma in Human Resources ManagementIndian Institute for Development in Education & Advanced Stu
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Frequent Asked Questions
All graduates (12+3) from any recognized university, diploma holders and university/board students. Working experience, if any, could be additional qualification.
Smartly put Managements can be explained as Men organizing the 5M's of business, viz, Machines, Materials, Money, Moments (Time), & Men. To administer the final M (Man), one requires particular training & knowledge of human behavior. After all, all organization required "men to run men", & also "men to be runner by men".
Encouraged by this particular requirement of every organization & comprehend the extreme significance of developing HRs for rising the work effectiveness of every industry, institute prepared out a suitable & pertinent academic program for all determined and career oriented personality.
Aim of the program:
To furnish all career oriented people, working executive, student, entrepreneur & junior HR experts, with ability to manage matters connected to HRs in an organization, In this institute has initiates this particularly imprinted out short term course Diploma in HRM.
This program highlight on educating & training the students in all features of HR:
1) The legal characteristics (statutory compliance)
2) The management characteristics (managerial skill)
3) The attitudinal characteristics (human skill).
In the institute the training technology is through Case Study, reproduction exercise, Presentation & Guest Lecture by industry stalwart, GDs, Project & many more. These types of programs more than & above the classroom study performed by renowned lecturer & knowledge staff in their particular areas.
This is a six months course, which held between Feb to July, which consists of 2 semesters. Exams shall be expressive typed & shall be conduct in April & July.
HR Development & Organization Behavior (Part One)
BUSINESS LAW (PART - I)
HR Developments & Organizations Behavior (Part Two)
Organization Development & Changes
Contemporary matters In HR
Business Law (PART Two)