Masters in Human Resource Management Program
MHRM is an appropriate degree for students who are interested in advancing their careers in human resource management. This program is highly focused, covering topics such as Contemporary Talent acquisition and management strategies, new approaches to worker involvement, labour law and strategic human resource management. It prepares students for success as human resource professionals in a variety of sectors including private industry, services, government, education and healthcare.
Objectives of the MHRM Program:
1) To provide an opportunity to the Students to earn a professional qualification in HR
2) To provide the Students with an in-depth understanding of various concepts in HR
3) To get tuned to the latest developments and best practices in HR
4) To develop a repository of HR experts who can lead change in the organization
Silent Features of MHRM
Duration - 2years
Program Delivery- Full Time
- Contact Hours- 25 hours per week
- Social, Corporate Internships
- Seminar Course
- Semester Long Exhaustive Research Project
- Placement Assistance
The Course has five major components and all are compulsory:
1. Course work - Foundation Course (52 credits)
2. Specialization - Core Course ( 16 Credits)
3. Electives - 26 Credits
4. Seminar - 2 credits
5. Project Report - 6 credits
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.
Highlights of SBL in (Last 3 years)
1) PhD Degrees Awarded: 03
2) Books Published: 01
3) Journal Papers Published: 67
4) Research and Consultancy Projects Completed: 03
5) Conferences and Seminars Organized: 04
Students are exposed to industry and market through regular live projects, guest lectures, industrial visits and internships.
Summer Internship and Research Project
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. A semester-long research-based project (during the 4th semester) under the guidance of a domain expert is an integral part of their degree program.
Both summer internship and research project 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.