Freshers :A job with Accenture and Xlri degree in hr

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hey i have heard that accenture is offering a job as hr trainee and simultaneously giving pg degree with xlri.wanna know more or have information plz post ur query.
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Hi i just got a call from accenture today to attend the interview for the same,,

I would like to know a few things ASAP as tomorrow is my interview..

1. how much is this course worth??
2. Is it really worth getting into a bond with them for two years.
3. 24 months is the duration of the programme but incase we need to quit
after that can we go ahead or we have to continue working with
accenture for sometime later if yes then how long
4. Finally how much would the pay per month after deductions.?


Plz do post your reply here and if possible plz also mail the same to me on
Thanks.

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hey in which world do u live????????????????
accenture is 51st best company in d world and xlri is among the five best business school in asia.its such a good oppurtunity for a fresher if she wants to make her career in hr.:grab: :grab:

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huh, both accenture and xlri are not well known. what will you do with that job and degree ??

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swee2saru Says
a fresher or a person with a experience of 2-3 years but not more than that.

how does one apply?? is there a job code or somethin of that sort??
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a fresher or a person with a experience of 2-3 years but not more than that.
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Human capital managers
ACCENTURE AND Xavier Labour Relations Institute (XLRI), one of the oldest management institutes in India, have launched the Accenture and XLRI HR (human resources) Academy, dedicated to the human capital management needs of the information technology and business process outsourcing industries.
The Academy is believed to be the first entity of its kind in India dedicated to providing recent graduates seeking careers in HR with specialised skills geared to these industries.
The Academy offers a 24-month programme for recent university graduates who have joined Accenture as trainees in the HR department. The first batch of 34 trainees have been chosen after a rigorous selection process comprising written tests, group discussions, case interviews and a panel interview.
The trainees will be part of a unique work-study opportunity, wherein they will be employed with Accenture as they undergo the programme conducted jointly by XLRI and Accenture, with courses developed jointly by the two organisations.
The programme comprises 15 learning modules covering a variety of HR-related topics, including training and development, career/performance management, rewards and compensation, organisational behaviour, as well as the financial and legal aspects of HR.
Trainees who complete the programme will receive the "Accenture and XLRI Certification in Human Capital Management." "HR professionals working in IT and BPO need specialised skills to address these industries' unique, people-related challenges," said Chet Kamat, head of Accenture's delivery centre network in India.
"By teaming with XLRI, we have created what we believe to be the first entity of its kind dedicated specifically to providing fresh graduates looking for a career in HR with specialised industry skills," said Rekha Menon, Head-India Geographic Services, Accenture.

who r allowed to apply?? ne exp reqd?? how to apply??
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Human capital managers
ACCENTURE AND Xavier Labour Relations Institute (XLRI), one of the oldest management institutes in India, have launched the Accenture and XLRI HR (human resources) Academy, dedicated to the human capital management needs of the information technology and business process outsourcing industries.
The Academy is believed to be the first entity of its kind in India dedicated to providing recent graduates seeking careers in HR with specialised skills geared to these industries.
The Academy offers a 24-month programme for recent university graduates who have joined Accenture as trainees in the HR department. The first batch of 34 trainees have been chosen after a rigorous selection process comprising written tests, group discussions, case interviews and a panel interview.
The trainees will be part of a unique work-study opportunity, wherein they will be employed with Accenture as they undergo the programme conducted jointly by XLRI and Accenture, with courses developed jointly by the two organisations.
The programme comprises 15 learning modules covering a variety of HR-related topics, including training and development, career/performance management, rewards and compensation, organisational behaviour, as well as the financial and legal aspects of HR.
Trainees who complete the programme will receive the "Accenture and XLRI Certification in Human Capital Management." "HR professionals working in IT and BPO need specialised skills to address these industries' unique, people-related challenges," said Chet Kamat, head of Accenture's delivery centre network in India.
"By teaming with XLRI, we have created what we believe to be the first entity of its kind dedicated specifically to providing fresh graduates looking for a career in HR with specialised industry skills," said Rekha Menon, Head-India Geographic Services, Accenture.
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swee2saru Says
see what has happened is one of my friend has registersed herself with times job.com so from there she got a call.i was not interesed bcoz i don't want to go for hr.she went to accenture in vikroli(mumbai)where they gave 1 and half hour seminar as what it is all about.there were around 200 candidates and only 45 cleared the apptitude but she didn't clear the gd round.they gave a case study to discuss.and u wanna know more mohit has already stated some link about it.and one more thing to say the job and trainning all would be in bangalore.but the pay package is very low.its around 15000p.m(not much sure about it).

are they lookin at freshers or exp candidates?? also, where's this thread that u r talkin abt??
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see what has happened is one of my friend has registersed herself with times job.com so from there she got a call.i was not interesed bcoz i don't want to go for hr.she went to accenture in vikroli(mumbai)where they gave 1 and half hour seminar as what it is all about.there were around 200 candidates and only 45 cleared the apptitude but she didn't clear the gd round.they gave a case study to discuss.and u wanna know more mohit has already stated some link about it.and one more thing to say the job and trainning all would be in bangalore.but the pay package is very low.its around 15000p.m(not much sure about it).

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swee2saru Says
according to me one can apply to this by registering themselves on accenturecareer.com website n then u fit in they u give u call for the interview.

i searched the site but nowhere does it say that they take ppl as HR trainees n give u a PG diploma/degree from XLRI.. can u provide a link for the same??
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