Human Resource Management (HRM) is a well-established field when it comes to the corporate world. It has a wide reaching scope both nationally and internationally provided the course is pursued from a recognized institute.
An HR professional has to deal with a gamut of responsibilities in an organization. Thus, before opting for a PGDM or MBA degree in HRM, you must consider whether or not you have the aptitude for the following tasks:

  • Talent Acquisition
  • Recruitment Management
  • Labor Dispute Management
  • Employee Induction and Training
  • Sketching and Implementing Company Policies
  • Counseling
  • Handling Appraisal Cycle
  • Employee Career Planning
  • Staffing

If you think that the aforementioned responsibilities appeal to you as a professional, then you can enroll for a Human Resource Management course.


Scope of a Human Resource Management Course: After completion of MHRDM, you can get exciting job offers in SMEs as well as MNCs. Almost all companies these days have an active human resource management department and thus the demand for well qualified HRM professionals is increasing day by day. You can apply for a position of recruitment specialist or talent acquisition executive if that is your area of interest. If you are interested in employee management, then you can apply for a related role.

Apart from these job roles, you can also work as a freelance recruiter, if a full time job is not your cup of tea. Mostly, you will be responsible for arranging employee interviews via telephone or mail for a third party (company) as a freelance recruiter.

How does Studying Human Resource Management help you as a Professional?

Like any other management course, the basic aim of an MHRDM course is to introduce students to corporate management values and make them understand the principles involved in running a business or an organization.

If we go into specifics, then as a human resource management professional, you will learn to manage employees as well as your own team. This course also helps in imparting skills regarding task delegation and grievance management. You can develop strong communication, people management, recruitment and staffing skills with this course. You will learn to approach a problem in a logical way to provide a solution that is in the best interest of the employees as well as the company.

ASM’s IMCOST (Institute of Management and Computer Studies) offers a well structured Masters in Human Resources Development Management (MHRDM) course.