Nmims hr

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I am an NMIMS HR convert,and a proud one at that.However I find that the interest in this particular program is next to nothing,at least on the official thread.....a result of lack of proper information perhaps?I would request the NMIMS seniors th...
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What do they look for in an HR aspirant candidate? Also, any tips to prepare SOP for HR profile?


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what is the average package of core and hr in nmims mumbai??
plz rpli

Jitender Grover
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thank you so much jay 😃

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prajaktas Says
hey jay is it possible for a core convert to specialize in hr? because i read in some other post that core converts can specialize only in finance/marketing/operations..is it true?


Yes, that was the whole idea of separating HR from the Core. So that students inclined towards HR can focus for 2 years on HR.

So yes, one would not be able to specialise in HR if they join Core.
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hey jay is it possible for a core convert to specialize in hr? because i read in some other post that core converts can specialize only in finance/marketing/operations..is it true?

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Hi,

Can anyone please give me the link for the HR placement report?

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can seniors pls let us knw the avg package of mba hr ?

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Can you name a few companies from FMCG and Consulting industry that recruited for Summers?
Also, do they offer an even package across different profiles i.e. marketing/fin/HR?


For all its worth it, would not be able to name the companies since the Summer Placement report is not out.

As far as the packages are concerned, the processes for which I had co-ordinated, the packages were the same across all the profiles, be it Marketing, HR, Fin.

It's majorly in case of companies which offer only a particular profile will the variations happen. Also, it is a commonly known fact that across all B-Schools, package for HR is slightly lesser than for eg. Fin, since the variable component dips or is low compared to the other functions.

Hope this helps.

:cheers:
Jay.
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Can you name a few companies from FMCG and Consulting industry that recruited for Summers?
Also, do they offer an even package across different profiles i.e. marketing/fin/HR?

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Thanks Pranav for the inputs.

In addition to what he has already stated, would like to touch upon a few points which have been asked a few times.

1. Is Core better or HR?
Honestly, I find the question non-sensical, as there really is no comparison. You do not take up HR if you do not convert Core, you take up HR because you wanted HR.

2. Summer Placements.
Summer placements are generally seen as a pre-cursor to the finals. Summers have been good in the sense that organisations from different industries like FMCG, automobiles, IT, Energy Management, Manufacturing and even Consulting domain have visited the campus.
Profiles offered are majorly into Corporate HR, with various functional roles like Talent Management, Recruitment, C&B;, (Talent Mobility too) etc.
Most of us are reporting to very Senior people in the organisations, like Functional Directors, VPs etc. This goes to show the importance of the project to the organisation.
Importantly, more than half the batch has a chance of converting their Summers into a final offer, so now the onus is onto us to make good of it.

3. Sector-Specific Studies
It is a very important part of the curriculum, and although non-credit, is taken very seriously by all the stake-holders, as the final project is to be presented to some very senior people from the industry.

4. Miscellaneous
Some of us have been lucky enough to get an opportunity to work on Live Corporate projects in some of the biggest names in the FMCG, automobile, Comglomerates and even Media companies. These projects add tremendous value to the learning of an individual.
The constant exposure to industry trends through Guest Lectures by important industry people, specifically for HR students.
Tie-ups with bodies like NHRD, SHRM etc.

Thus, the course is heavily HR-centric, and yet we have a good understanding of other functional areas of management.

What distinguishes a focussed HR program from a generic management course in HR provided by some other institutes, is the focused-exposure that one gets about the field. This helps tremendously in case of HR, which one would be able to appreciate only when he/she joins.

Like already said by Pranav, the institute does all it can to make this course one of the best in the country. The take-aways from it would depend heavily on the students, as MBA is more about peer-learning and how much one can push himself to the limits.

Hope this has atleast provided some clarity on the subject.

:cheers:
Jay.

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