PGP in HR Leadership

PGP in HR Leadership

The course introduces the fundamental principles of Human Resources and Organizational Behavior by examining psychological theories that provide insight into human behavior at work. The program facilitates learning in modern concepts, techniques and practices in the management of human resources and exposes the student to different functional areas of management to enhance their effectiveness.

The SOIL PGPHR program presents an outstanding opportunity to explore the critical areas of human resources management along with a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the key functions of management and business.

The major thrust areas are Human Resource Planning, Talent Management, Performance Management, Learning and Development, Compensation & Benefits, Employer branding, Industrial Relations & Labor Laws. It aims to equip the students with the knowledge and skills required for managing HR in a way that contributes to the development of individuals and organizations.

The program places importance on both theoretical and hands-on learning. Classroom learning is focused not only on theory but on student discussions, case study analysis, presentations, simulations games, assignments, HR lab and action learning projects, which complement the classroom inputs by throwing light on the practical dimension of the profession. The insights that emerge out of such an experience makes students conceptually strong and successful in practice of the profession. Case studies, videos and exercises will be used to provide students with the opportunity to apply theoretical principles to real life organizational issues; to analyze the contributions and limitations of relevant theories; and to draw out the practical implications of the empirical evidence. It also aims to balance knowledge and skills through exercises that help develop skills such as leadership, decision making, enhancing influence and team working.

Graduates of this program are qualified for executive positions in Human Resources Development, Personnel Management, industrial Relations, Labor Welfare and other related areas. The course is ideally suited to those who wish to develop a reasoned and analytical understanding of human behavior in organizations. We will examine human processes, the individual in the organization, group dynamics and influencing others, and organizational processes and practices.