XLRI- Xavier School of Management announces admission to the Executive Diploma in Human Resource Management for Working Executives (EDHRM: 2017-18).
The last date for online registration is October 15, 2016.
This unique consolidated programme has been especially designed for working executives to enhance their professional knowledge and skills that are essential to play the HR role effectively within the dynamic and fast-growing corporate world and earn an Executive Diploma in HRM without interrupting their career.
The programme aims to provide the participants with an in-depth understanding of various concepts in HR and get them tuned to the latest developments and best practices in the sector, to prepare them to head the HR function in the operating divisions and to develop a repository of HR experts who can lead change in the organization.
The 16 months programme with 6 terms comprises of 15 compulsory courses spread over the first five terms while the sixth term is exclusively devoted to Action Research Based Project.
The programme module includes a 50 days of intensive learning at XLRI campus through 5 visits, Project-based courses and Lecture series; Case methods; Group work; Assignments and Dissertation
The course fee is Rs. 4 lakhs + service tax including tuition fees and other infrastructure necessities (excluding board and lodging expenses).
The applicant to this programme has to be a graduate (minimum three years of full time study) from a recognized university in any discipline, with minimum of 5 years of full time work experience in managerial positions in HR Sector. The candidates are to be selected through Personal or Skype Interview.
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