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HR and Marketing

Behind production of every product or service there is a human mind, effort and man hours (working hours). No product or service can be produced without help of human being. Human being is fundamental resource for making or construction of anything. Today many experts claim that machines and technology are replacing human resource and minimizing their role or effort. However, indeed, machines and technology are built by the humans only; they need to be operated or at least monitored by humans. Maybe this could be the reason for companies continuously hunting for talented, skilled and qualified professionals for further development of machines and technology, which again have to be controlled or Monitored by humans to bring out products/services.

Human Resource Management is the process of recruitment and selecting employee, providing orientation and induction, training and development, assessment of employee (performance of appraisal), providing compensation and benefits, motivating, maintaining proper relations with employees and with trade unions, maintaining employees safety, welfare and health measures  in compliance with labour laws of the land. Every organisations' desire is to have skilled and competent people to make their organisation more effective than their competitors. Humans are very important assets for the organisation rather than land and buildings, without employees no activity in the organisation can be done. Machines are meant to produce more goods with good quality but they should get operated by the human only.



  • Retention
  • Motivation
  • Labour Relations
  • Labour Legislation
  • Industrial Relations
  • Training and Development
  • Recruitment and Selection
  • Compensation and Benefits
  • Labour Welfare and Social Security



 UG (3 Years)

To take admission into a bachelor’s degree, the candidate must have passed Intermediate 10+2 examination.

PG (2 Years) /MBA

An MBA is 2 years full-time or part-time or through distance education programme. It is offered by the various institutions in and out of the country.

  • In India, to enroll in this course one must hold the bachelor’s degree minimum of 3 years duration in any of the disciplines & and must have scored at least 50% marks in the qualifying examination.
  • One can join this course after completing UG degree in B.Tech/B.Arch, medical, arts, humanities, commerce and science.
  • For this course of study, one have to clear entrance exams like CAT/MAT/XAT or any other exams conducted by the concerned institution+ GD (Group Discussion) + PI (Personal Interview).
  • There is no age limit to apply for this course.



  • Diploma Courses in Human Resource Management
  • Certificate Courses in Human Resource Management
  • Executive Diploma Programme in Human Resource Management
  • Bachelor of Business Administration in Human Resource Management
  • Master in Human Resource Development   
  • Master of Human Resource Management       
  • Master of Business Administration in Human Resource Management       
  • Master of Business Administration in Personnel Administration     
  • Master Of Business Administration Human Resource Management   
  • Post Graduate Program in Human Resource



There are multiple job opportunities in this field. Almost all companies require HR administrators  for conducting job analyses, planning personnel needs, recruiting the right people for the job, orienting and training, managing wages and salaries, providing benefits and incentives, evaluating performance, resolving disputes, and communicating with all employees at all level

HR graduates, especially graduates with a bachelor's degree in HR, human resources administration, or industrial and labor relations should manage to acquire a decent job any MNCs, corporate houses, industries, schools and colleges. Those with a business or technical background or liberal arts education will also find adequate number of jobs in India. Demand for human resources, training, and labor relations managers and specialists mostly depends on the economic scenario of the country and the staffing needs of the companies in which they work.



  • Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Ranchi
  • Xavier Labour Relations Institute (XLRI), Jamshedpur
  • Management Development Institute (MDI), Delhi
  • Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai
  • International Management Institute (IMI)-Delhi
  • Xavier Institute of Social Service, Ranchi
  • International School of Business and Media, Pune
  • Indian Institute of Social Welfare and Business Management, Kolkata