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I'm doing my MBA Ist year and the in next year Ive to choose the area of specialisation. My friends and also my parents are advising me to go for a specialisation in finance, as it has lot of opportunities in India as well as abroad. But Im interested in HR, I'd like to know if there are opportunities for HR in India and in foreign countries. Can you provide the relevant information for commerce and engineering graduates?

Abishek Mishra
created: 22nd Mar 2017 Last Modified: 27th Mar 2017
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YoungBuzz Career Counsellor
created: 22nd Mar 2017 Last Modified: 24th Jan 2018

Of course there are a lot of opportunities in HR in India as well as in foreign countries. In fact, HR has become a critical issue in managing a business. In the past HR professionals were involved in routine functions only and their roles were advisory in nature. But with the realisation that manpower is the biggest asset in a business, HR functions have gone beyond just being a routine function. HR has become a key strategic function in a company. In absolute numbers, the no. of jobs in Finance could be more than the no. of jobs in HR but nonetheless, you can have very good opportunities in HR. Here are some examples of organisations where you can find a job in HR:

  • Corporate organisation in both the public and private sector and in the companies run by the governments
  • Hotels, travel and tourism firms, financial services organisations and other service sector organisations.
  • HRD consulting organisations and recruiting consultants
  • Management Consultant Organisations
  • Non-governmental Organisations (NGO)
  • University departments and Management institutions as faculty members

It does not matter whether you have a background in Humanities, Commerce, Science or Engineering. You can be in HR without any problem.

Pushpendra Malav
created: 13th Jan 2018 Last Modified: 24th Jan 2018

Hello Abishek, Both finance and HR have its advantages. if you are interested in HR than go for it. There is huge demand of the HR professionals in each and every field. HR is the profession which deals with all the basic needs to the various tasks. If you want to make a career in HR than UGC NET provide a great opportunity to the post-graduate candidates. The UGC NET Exam is conducted for the assistant professor and junior research fellowship award. Candidates who clear the UGC NET Exam is issued an e-certificate with which you can apply to any national university or institutes. Qualified candidates will be eligible for the lectureship in national universities and research & developments in national laboratories. So check out your eligibility for the UGC NET Exam in your field of post graduation and apply before the last date for the exam.