MBA Human Resource Subjects to Master for a Fruitful Career

For every organization to run successfully, it would need skilled management to keep everything in place and check. This is where an HR professional comes in, they ensure that the employees are represented, and everything runs smoothly. To become a human resource professional, you must do an MBA in human resource management as it is already the big thing in the job market.

An MBA in HR as specialization aims to train students to enhance the performance of the employees so that they can gain greater profits for the company. Some basic roles of a Human Resource professional are:

  • Make sure that the needs of the employee and employer are met
  • Hold interviews for new hiring and brief them about the role
  • Make sure that all the paperwork is up to date
  • Administer activities that encourage teamwork
  • Manage perks and benefit programs
  • Address grievances and solve them efficiently

MBA syllabus for students pursuing human resources is detailed and thorough to ensure that you graduate as a top-notch professional. Some of the areas that are covered are HR management basics, in-depth study of labor laws and laws of industrial relations, ways to enhance employee performance, empowerment of employees, addressing grievances, employee appraisal and more. To sum it up – the economic, cultural, and social factors of a workplace is addressed throughout the MBA syllabus.

After completion of your MBA in human resources, you are bound to have a successful career. Some of the fields where you can excel with a fruitful career after the completion of your degrees such as government organization, educational institutes, corporates, MNC, industries, and much more.


Careers After the Completion of Your Human Resource Degree


Training and Development Manager:

Administering sessions or workshops for helping employees improve their set of skills and career is one of the significant roles played by a training and development manager. If you are someone who can command a room and like helping people in their career, this is just the career path for you. You can train how to deal with interviewers, conduct themselves, be a problem solver and much more.

Public Relations Manager:

With your MBA in HR as your specialization, you will learn to have a charismatic personality, be dependable and confident, with these skills you can launch your career as a public relations manager. You will be one of the first points of communication between the company and the masses. A PR manager plays a significant role in ensuring that the image of the company stays positive in the public eye.

Talent Management:

A talent manager is responsible for the recruitment of the most talented and superior employees present in the job market. They ensure that the talent gets hired with the right kind of people to get the best out of them. With all the skill sets acquired in your MBA, you’d be able to recognize talent, as well as the best opportunities for them.

HR Entrepreneur:

Why work for someone else when you can be your boss? Launching your private HR firm is a bold and golden step when it comes to boosting your career path. You can find clients and help build their firm into a highly successful organization. It is a highly promising career field with enormous scope for growth and development as the number of companies outsourcing their HR functions is growing.

Employee Relation Manager:

Often, employees feel like they aren’t represented and don’t have a say in most matters. An employee relation manager does the process of bridging this gap between the employee and the organization efficiently. They make sure that they are being heard and all their complaints are looked after. If there is some dispute, an employee relation manager acts as a mediator between the company and the staff.

It doesn’t matter if the company is in a state of boom or a gloom, they will always require an HR professional to handle things efficiently. It is also a well-compensated job with the satisfaction of helping others grow in their career. To acquire skills that a successful HR professional needs to excel, you must ensure that you do your MBA from the best universities in the field such as UPES. It is a university that trains its students in solving risks and problems faced in a business environment with case studies and practical examples in its MBA syllabus. You are passed on a set of skills and knowledge by state-of-the-art faculty. Also, there has been an excellent track record for placements in the past with 97% of students being placed in organizations such as Godrej, ITC Limited, Jindal Group, Nestle, OYO, and more. With such excellent options to have a successful career, an MBA in human resources becomes a fruitful course to pursue.


Techno India NJR’s Principal visits UK for Education Leadership Development Programme

Dr. Pankaj Kumar Porwal, Principal, Techno India NJR is participating in one week Study Tour from 1st April to 6th April 2019 in the UK under the aegis of UKIERI-AICTE Education Leadership Development Programme.  UKIERI (United Kingdom India Education Research Initiative) is an initiative of the British Council to enhance educational links between India and the UK.  AICTE is nodal agency in India to promote and regulate Higher Educational Institutes in India.

This study tour is the culmination of 4 workshops organized in India to provide leadership training to more than 100 participants from various higher educational institutes.  In this study tour, 10 selected participants will be provided with first-hand international exposure to improve ongoing work in their institutes and establish a Center of Excellence for jaeducational leadership.  The study tour will also involve visits to industries like Jaguar Land Rover in Wolverhampton, Kuka Robotics in Halesowen, Warwick Manufacturing Group, RDG Group in Coventry and educational institute like University College London, University of Warwick, Dudley College, Dudley College’s Construction Training Center in London.

About the Study Tour:

British Council is the secretariat of the United Kingdom India Education and Research Initiative (UKIERI). The UKIERI has started in April 2006 with the aim of enhancing educational links between India and the UK. It has been recognized as a key multi-stakeholder programme that has strengthened the educational relations between the two countries and been successful in covering all segments of the education sector. The initiative contributes to achieving internationalization of HEIs in the UK and India to promote institutional and individual excellence in educational practices, research, and employability.

The UKIERI-AICTE Technical Education Leadership Development Programme is an activity under the UKIERI Phase Three project of the British Council. It aims at providing leadership training to 600 academic leaders from technical HEIs (spread across 3 workshops of 4 days each in one year) from AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education) recognized institutes. Dudley College is the delivering agency for the programme. The programme also entails three study tours to the UK per year to select participants. This document presents itinerary and joining instructions for the participants of the first study tour scheduled from 1st April 2019 to 6th April 2019.


Udaipur inches closer towards becoming a Smart City – still a long way to go!

After the recent amendments to the Smart City project, Udaipur has come a lot closer to realizing its dream of becoming a smart city. Needless to say, Udaipur literally upped the ante by performing exceptionally well in the latest ranking conducted by the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, Government of India and has really given the other cities a run for their money. It is the combined efforts of the people of the city and the Municipality that Udaipur is now seen as a competitor in the smart city race. Udaipur ranked 4th in the rankings and was judged on the basis of the commencement and completion of projects within the timeframe along with the tender allotment process and the implementation speed.

Some of the recent developments in the city include pole-less old city area, under which all the open lines and connections including cable, internet, telephone will be made underground, also, the undergoing sewage line modification and the door-to-door garbage collection plans have given a boost to the residents and motivated everyone to perform our bit towards making Udaipur a Smart City.

Different people have different approaches to the concept of Smart City. It depends on the level of development, desire to change and reform, and most importantly, the dreams of the citizens of the city. The main aim remains to promote cities that provide core infrastructure and provide a decent standard of living to its residents along with a clean and green environment.

The main objectives with which a smart city is developed include:
  1. E-Governance, through online records, complaint management, etc.
  2. Green City, providing alternate energy and utilities, also, being transport efficient.
  3. Public Safety which means strict law enforcement and proper security and surveillance.
  4. Smart Building which optimizes energy and smart metering.
  5. Proper healthcare services followed by asset management, telemedicine, and remote monitoring.
  6. Education that is research-based and is technologically equipped.
  7. Transport, which includes, fleet optimization, airport, and railway management.

Running along the same lines, Smart City Board gave a nod to ABD tenders (Area Based Development worth ₹537 crores to L&T company. They broadly include the development of 50 Bus Q shelters, Conservation and development of works of heritage appearance, lighting for bazaars in the Walled city area under Udaipur Smart City project Phase-I and redevelopment of Government schools and Anganbaris in the municipal areas for which the work-order will be prepared in the next 10 days. Whereas, the work shall commence after the company’s two-month survey and is expected to complete the same within a timeframe of 2 years.

Here are some amendments that make the ABD tender such a special gift for the city:

An all-day water supply to all the eighteen wards coming under the Walled city area.

New network of sewage lines to be laid.

Upgradation of old lines with new techniques.

Pole-less walled city area with all the connections going underground.

New roads in ABD area.

Covered drainage lines and gutters.

SCADA system implementation that helps to gather reports online about electricity, water, etc. through sensors and delivering commands to control relays.

The Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD) lauded the tender allotment process of Smart City Limited and Board and gave directions as to how the same should be served as a Model Tender throughout the country.

Rajasthan was the first major state to have gotten the smart city projects approved for all the four cities in mere two rounds of the competition. Udaipur got through in just the first round of 20 smart cities along with Jaipur followed by Ajmer and Kota in the second round of the competition. Rajasthan is one of the 11 states to start implementing the six urban missions that comprise the development of the heritage city and augmentation yojana. The Government of Rajasthan is spending close to ₹30,000 crores on these projects. The projects are expected to be completed by the year 2020.

What are your thoughts about Udaipur’s Smart City mission?

Tell us in the comments below and suggest some ideas and measures we can take to take it a level further. After all, it is our city and our participation remains of the utmost importance!

Keep the city clean. Charity begins at home!


Aakash Android Application Programming Workshop for Students commences at Techno NJR

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Techno India NJR Institute of Technology, Udaipur as Aakash Project Center is conducting 4 days Aakash Android Application Programming Workshop for Students (23rd – 24th Feb 2013 and 2nd -3rd Mar 2013) under National Mission on Education through ICT (MHRD, Govt. of India) and in association with IIT Bombay.

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It is now well established that the quality of education can be improved considerably by proper use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), to supplement the conventional mode of education. Aakash tablets were launched by MHRD in October 2011. These are Low Cost Access cum- computing Devices. The National Mission on Education using ICT (NME-ICT) envisages that these tablets should be deployed for empowering our students and teachers.

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Through this workshop, IIT Bombay plans to train participants on android application programming for Aakash tablets with two objectives. The first is to test and enhance the effectiveness of these tablets for use in classrooms. The second is development of new open source educational applications and contents for Aakash, largely through final year Research and Development projects done by BE/MCA/ME students.

Following topics will be covered in the workshop:

  • Android Apps Programming:
  • Getting Started with Android
  • Setting up Eclipse for Android Software Development
  • Android Building Blocks
  • Layouts and UI Control.
  • Android Application Resources.
  • Introduction to Animation and Graphics.
  • Data Storage.
  • Web Application Development.
  • Publishing your Application.

Since the workshop is funded by the National Mission on Education through ICT (MHRD, Government of India), there is no course fee for participation.

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 Piyush Javeria, Aakash Project Coordinator describes Aakash as an access device in which a Linux environment has been developed atop an Android operating system. Tailored compilers for C, C++, Python and Scilab are ported so that users can write and run programmes on the tablet, emphasizing its use as a full-fledged computer. Powered by a 1GHz processor and backed with a 512 MB RAM, Aakash 2 sports a 7″ capacitive screen, a USB port and micro SD card slot and promises a battery life of 3 hours for normal operations, running at core, the Android 4.0.4 (Ice Cream Sandwich).  He also added that 200 students of pre-final and final years of engineering have registered and are attending this workshop with great enthusiasm. They are getting chance to use Aakash tablet and deploy their own created apps on it. First day concluded with basics of Java and Android with development of simple android application development. Students can also participate in National Software Development Competition on AAKASH tablet  ( and win prizes worth Rs 1 lac.


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Training Programme for BPL People concluded

To reduce the unemployment rates, and for the upliftment of the BPL (below poverty line) population, an NGO, Vishvas, today finished off with a training as well as certification programme “Skill Training & Placement of Rural Youth Leading to Gainful Employment” for the BPL people from the rural areas of Udaipur, Rajsamand and Bundi, under Special SGSY (Swaranjayanti Gram Swarojgar Yojana)

100 candidates meeting the minimum requirements for the eligibility criteria were selected from these rural areas by Viashvas, and they were provided with the security guard training of one month duration, a course and certification by IGNOU. The programme was held in association with the Securities and Intelligence Services (India) ltd (SIS).

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The candidates had one month of residential training at SIS Regional centre located at Debari. They were provided free lodging and food for the entire duration. All the candidates have been placed with a minimum salary of 4-6 thousand per month.

The certification programme was carried out yesterday at 9:30 a.m. for the persons who qualified both the written and the physical examinations. Mrs. Teena Kumar, Zila Parishad Udaipur, Mr. Pritam B. Yashwant, District Collector Rajsamand, Mr. Ram pal Sharma, Chief Executive officer, Rajsamand were present at the ceremony.

Vishvas is a Non Governmental Organisation which carries out such type of training programmes for people below poverty line for their proper employment and upliftment. This programme was funded by the Swarn Jayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojna, a poverty eradication plan by the Government of India.

Photos by: Monika Jain