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I am kanchan and I have finished first class graduation in B.com. I am pursing MHRM from Pondicherry Univ. People tell me that regular is given more weightage than correspondence. Is it true? I want to know what are the job opportunities after completing MHRM and will I be considered second to full time students while seeking jobs?

Vaishnavi Khatwani
created: 22nd Mar 2017 Last Modified: 27th Mar 2017
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Rahul Sharma
created: 7th May 2018 Last Modified: 7th May 2018

Hello, If you have completed B.Com then you have various career options available, you can prepare for the UGC NET Exam where you can make career in lectureship and research. CBSE Conducts NET Exam every year for candidates aspiring career in the Lectureship. If you have completed post graduation with around 55 % for General Category and 50 % for the Reserved category you can clear the exam. The NET Exam has no age limit to appear as it is a very good option for Arts, Commerce as well as for Humanities students.The NET Exam is conducted in two phases Paper 1 and Paper 2. Check out the UGC NET Syllabus Paper 1

YoungBuzz Career Counsellor
created: 22nd Mar 2017 Last Modified: 27th Mar 2017

There should be no difference in course contents of a correspondence and classroom course. But in terms of project work and industry interaction, classroom students have a much wider opportunity to learn first hand. You don't need to worry about this. Just keep yourself updated with the latest developments in the HRD by reading journals, periodicals and of course your own course. Try meeting some people in the HRD department of companies to get a first hand feel of how things really function.

You can initiate a freelance project on any one aspect of HRD or take it up in conjunction with a HRD manager in a company. All this will help you when you are competing with others who opted for a classroom course.

Interview: You can join a personality development course or courses specifically catering to skills such as resume writing, interviewing etc. You can also practise with a lot of mock interview sessions with friends.