MHRM is a specially designed program for the postgraduate students and experienced professionals who aspire to reach leadership positions in the highly rewarding and exciting field of Human Resource Management. A modern HR professional need to be well equipped with the knowledge and skills required to deal with the changing dynamics in the economy, business models and technology. MHRM program includes courses from the fields of Behavioural sciences, Management, Technology and Data sciences which are delivered through diverse pedagogy by highly qualified academicians and industry practitioners. Along with conceptual knowledge, students will also gain exposure to the real world HR through industry projects and internships. At the end of two years, students are groomed to begin their career as a competent, business oriented HR executive with high emphasis on value creation and development of human capital.
- To provide a focused Masters degree program to build a career in HR
- To prepare entry level HR professionals to handle various HR processes such as talent acquisition, Learning & Development, Compensation & performance management, Employee engagement, Organization Development etc.
- To develop in-depth understanding of labour laws and legislations and Industrial relations
- To prepare value oriented managers and leaders who believe in building organizations through developing human potential
- Duration – 2years
- Program Delivery- Full Time
- Contact Hours- 25 hours per week
- Class-Size- 30
- Social Immersion Project and Corporate Internships
- 4 Semesters -104 Credits
- Contemporary and Industry Relevent Courses
- Placement Assistance
- Well-structured classroom sessions, and personal interaction with faculty
- Short case studies and problem solving exercises
- Programmed self-learning and group learning
- Project work as application of concepts to real life situations
- Interaction with business leaders though Workshops and talks by Experts.
- Experiential learning through visits and interaction at selected business units.
Students are exposed to industry and market through regular live projects, guest lectures, industrial visits and internships.
Each student has to undergo two- credit-based, on- the-job internships: one of four weeks at the end of 1st semester and another of eight weeks at the end of 2nd semester. Internships provide an opportunity to the students to build a healthy and positive relationship with the corporate world and specifically with a prospective employer to pave the way for future placement.
Eligibility and Selection Process:
- Any graduate or equivalent in any stream with minimum 50% can apply.
- Candidates awaiting the final result to be given provisional admission subject to their clearing the qualifying exam and meeting NUV admission criteria.
- Conduct Certificate and School Leaving Certificate are mandatory.
- Selection of the candidate for admission to the Program is through a Written Aptitude Test and Personal Interview.
- The final merit list will be prepared based on the scores of test and interview.
Limited accommodation facilities available for outstation students.
|Semester – I|
|2||Individual Dynamics in the Organization||3|
|3||Economics of Business||3|
|4||Financial Accounting and Analysis||3|
|5||Production and Operations Management||3|
|6||Applied Quantitative Techniques for HR||3|
|7||Legal Aspects of Business||1.5|
|8||HR Systems and Process||3|
|9||Managerial Oral Communication (MOC)||1.5|
|10||Social Immersion Project||1.5|
|Semester – II|
|1||Organizational Design and Effectiveness||3|
|2||Group and Organizational Dynamics||3|
|4||Financial Aspects in HR||3|
|5||IT for Decision Making||1.5|
|9||Social Science in HR (Sociology)||1.5|
|10||Written Analysis and Communication (WAC)||1.5|
|Semester – III|
|2||Social Research Methods||3|
|3||HR Planning, Recruitment and Selection||3|
|5||Learning and Development||3|
|6||Social Science in HR (Psychology)||1.5|
|Electives – Any 3||9|
|–||Personal Growth Lab||3|
|–||Business Negotiation Skills||3|
|–||Leadership and Managerial Effectiveness||3|
|–||Employee Coaching, Counseling and Mentoring||3|
|–||Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management||3|
|Semester – IV|
|2||Corporate Social Responsibility||1.5|
|3||Competency Management and Assessment||3|
|4||Talent Management and Employee Engagement||3|
|6||Emerging Trends in HR (by Industry Professionals)||1.5|
|Electives – Any 3||9|
|–||HR Consulting Skills||3|
|–||Power and Politics in Organization||3|
|–||Industrial Relations and Personal Management||3|
|–||HR and Integration Issues in M&A||3|
|–||Money, Banking and Finance||3|
|–||International HRM and Cross Cultural Management||3|