The course Human Resource Management helps the students to learn about the role of human resource department as it deals with a variety of topics such as manpower planning, recruitment and selection, performance, appraisal, compensation, training and development etc. this course also addresses the important skills that are needed for an HR professional to be successful in his career.
By the end of this course, students will be able to explain the various activates of HR professionals in various functions of human resource management. Students will also be able to explain the process of recruitment, importance of training in an organisation, types and methods of training, transfers, promotions and demotions and various types of performance appraisals.
The main goal of studying Organizational Behaviour is to get familiarised with the behavioral process in an organisation and develop a better understanding of human behaviour. The same knowledge aids to help people to be more productive and satisfied in Organizational settings. This course also aids in understanding the strength and weaknesses of an organisation and also enables the students with the understanding of how to improve the organization’s effectiveness.
The course, Certificate in HR Practices helps the students to learn about the role of human resource department as it deals with a variety of topics such as manpower planning, recruitment and selection, performance appraisal, compensation, training and development etc. This course also addresses the important skills that are needed for a HR professional to be successful in their career.
Organisation Development and Change plays a pivotal role in shaping up today's business. With the advent of globalisation which paved the way for fierce competition, organisations always have to keep themselves abreast with the latest happenings across the globe. Globalization has increased the markets and opportunities for more growth and revenue generation. However, increasingly diverse markets have a wide variety of needs and expectations that must be dealt with carefully if organisations are to become strong contenders and collaborators. Thus, the ability to manage change, while continuing to meet the needs of stakeholders is a very important skill required by today's leaders and managers.