Ph.D in Human Resource management

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Started By kiran, 6 months, 3 weeks ago

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sir, having 12+ exp in HRM 

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    Hi Kiran!

    I'm glad to hear that you have more than 12 years of experience in Human Resource and Management. It is quite preferable to go for Ph.D. after such immense experience in this field. You can go for UGC NET Exam (https://**********/cbse-ugc-net-exam) in HRM. If you qualify this exam, you would be able to perform research in any reputed Indian university or you can also perform lectureship in the field of HRM.

    To know more details about the exam, you visit the link placed in the answer.

    Have a great future ahead! :)

    Posted By Surbhi, 6 months, 1 week ago | Reply Report
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    Hi Kiran!

    I'm glad to hear that you have more than 12 years of experience in Human Resource and Management. It is quite preferable to go for Ph.D. after such immense experience in this field. You can go for <a href="https://**********/cbse-ugc-net-exam">UGC NET</a> Exam in HRM. If you qualify this exam, you would be able to perform research in any reputed Indian university or you can also perform lectureship in the field of HRM.


    To know more details about the exam, you visit the link placed in the answer.


    Have a great future ahead! :)

    Posted By Surbhi, 6 months, 1 week ago | Reply Report
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    Hi Kiran!

    I'm glad to hear that you have more than 12 years of experience in Human Resource and Management. It is quite preferable to go for Ph.D. after such immense experience in this field. You can go for <a href="https://**********/cbse-ugc-net-exam">UGC NET</a> Exam in HRM. If you qualify this exam, you would be able to perform research in any reputed Indian university or you can also perform lectureship in the field of HRM.


    To know more details about the exam, you visit the link placed in the answer.


    Have a great future ahead! :)

    Posted By Surbhi, 6 months, 1 week ago | Reply Report