The demand for job opportunities in HRM has been growing. The major categories of prospective jobs include the following:


  • General Manager
  • HR Director/ HR Business Partner
  • Human Resource Manager/ Personnel manager
  • HRD manager
  • Recruitment and Selection Manager
  • Performance Evaluation Manager
  • Reward Manager/Compensation and Benefits Manager
  • Industrial Relations Manager
  • Training and Development Manager
  • Employee Welfare Manager
  • Talent Manager
  • HR Advisor
  • HR Specialists/Executive
  • Recruitment and Selection Specialists/Executive
  • Training and Development specialists/Executive
  • HR IT Specialists/ HRIS Analysts
  • Work counselor
  • HR Entrepreneur

In order to gain exposure to HRM practices,it is a compulsory component of the degree that undergraduates embark on practical training which carries 3 credits, in a private or government sector organization for a minimum period of six months. The trainees would be attached to an HRM or personnel division of an organization for that period. The Department maintains close relations with the industry and our HRM graduates are highly regarded by the business community. The sole purpose of this is to allow the undergraduates to gain exposure to real HRM practices and to gain hands on experience.