Master in Personnel Management

Sinhgad Educational Society
In Pune

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  • Master
  • Pune
  • Duration:
    2 Years
Description

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Starts Location
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Pune
S.NO.44/1 VADGAON (BADRUK) OFF, SINHGAD ROAD,, 411041, Maharashtra, India
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· Requirements

Graduates in any discipline with min. 50% marks in aggregate (45% in case of ST/SC/OBC from Maharashtra State) from a recognized University.

Course programme

MPM is a program approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) Govt. of Maharashtra and affiliated to Pune University. MPM is two years full time course consisting of four semesters. The Human Resource is considered an important competitive factor in any organized activity. The function of managing personnel has become highly professional in the context of intricacies of the new technology and widening markets. The main objective of the M.P.M Programme are :

To provide basic analytical tools required by the managers involved in the personnel function.
To develop skills in using these tools in an imaginative and problem solving capacity.
To create abilities to make and to carry out decisions affecting labour.
To install the H.R.D approach in managing activities.

Semester I

Principles & Practices of Management
Industrial & Labor Economics
Human Resource Management
Organizational Behavior & Industrial Psychology
Labor Law – I
Field Work Report


Semester II

Labour Welfare & Industrial Hygiene
Statistical Techniques & Research Methodology
Industrial Relation & Trade Union
Personnel Administration & System Procedures
Labor Law – II
Basics of IT

Semester III

Training & Development
Industrial Safety
Labor Costing & Compensation Management
Project Report
Labor Law – III
Global HR
Project Report


Semester IV

Organization Development & Quality Management System
Strategic HRM & Corporate Planning
Cases in Personnel Management & Industrial Relations
Marketing Management
Labor Law – IV
Current Trends in HRM


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