ASM’s Institute of Management and Computer Studies (IMCOST) provides a variety of part-time and full-time management courses that help young students become knowledgeable and experienced professionals for important positions in various organizations. One of the well-known courses offered by IMCOST is the Master of Human Resources Development Management (MHRDM). This 3 year, part-time course is conducted with the support of the University of Mumbai. The course is designed to prepare students for top Human Resources (HR) positions in public and private sector organizations.
What is the Scope of an HR Manager’s Position in Industries Today?
The course educates the students about the various tasks that they will have to perform as HR managers, such as:

  • Organizational Behavior
  • Business Communications
  • Marketing Management
  • Management Information Systems
  • Human Resource Planning and Auditing
  • Compensation and Benefits
  • Role of HR in Knowledge Management

Job Opportunities with Masters of Human Resources Development Management
The MHRDM course can open up a wide variety of job opportunities in terms of designations, various industries, and salaries.

Positions: There are many job positions that HR management students can apply for, upon completion of the course. Some of the general ones are given below:

o Human Resources Manager
o Human Resources Specialist
o Training and Development Manager
o Deputy General Manager
o Assistant General Manager
Industries: Since HR is an essential department in any company, you can possibly find a job in an industry of your choosing. Some of the popular industries that students try out for are:
o Healthcare
o Manufacturing
o Information Technology
o Employment Services
o Media and Entertainment
o Technical Services
o Government Agencies
Salaries: According to, a site that conducts surveys on various careers and salaries, an HR Manager in India can earn an average salary of Rs. 5,86,000 per year. Freshers who get hired as executives can start at an average salary of Rs. 2,34,000. If you choose to stay in the same field, and depending on your experience and seniority, HR professionals in top management positions can earn anywhere up to Rs. 1,197,920. These surveys are conducted for the year of 2014.
With the right Masters Course, and proper guidance and exposure, a management graduate can have a profitable and successful career in human relations.