Classroom to your City/Classroom to your Device
Deadline to apply
14th October 2020
₹ 3,00,000 + GST
Thursdays – 06.45 PM to 09.45 PM
Saturdays – 03.30 PM to 06.30 PM
Course OverviewHuman Resources (HR) function is the pivot around which an organisation revolves. The spectrum of HR function spans planning, talent acquisition and compensation on one end, to providing strategic support in accomplishing organisational goals and being the custodian of organizational culture, on the other. Of late, the HR function is transforming from being a business enabler to a business driver. Modern day HR has to not only plan the workforce management strategy, it also has to boost the business strategy for better organizational performance to drive business value through HR. *Due to COVID-19, Government has advised against all kinds of public gathering till further notice. For us, safety of our learners is important and hence the programme will be delivered over Direct-to-Device platform i.e. (D2D) where you can access online interactive lectures which will get delivered on your desktop/laptop/mobile. Once the situation improves, the programme shall then be delivered at our designated Centres
- Foundations of Human Resource Management
- Organization Structure & Design
- Fundamentals of Business Economics
- Individual Behavior in Organizations
- Accounting for Decision Making
- Foundations of Industrial Relations
- Operations & Project Management for HRM
- Foundations of Organizational Strategy
Human Resource Planning & Acquisition
- In addition, a package of 4 self-paced courses provided by HBS Publishing as part of the Harvard Mentor Manage Package shall be provided to the students. Students shall obtain individual certificates of participation from HBS Publishing on completion of each course. For PGCHRM, students will be given the following modules:
1. Presentation Skills
2. Writing Skills
3. Team Management
4. Stress Management
- Students will be required to complete all the above self-paced courses before completion of the programme in order to be eligible for award of the PGCHRM certification.
Pooja Gaikwad(International Recruitment Lead, Telstra)
When I decided to do the programme in HR, XLRI was an obvious choice for me as it is the best institute in the country in the HR domain. The PGCHRM is a wonderfully designed programme for working professionals like me. The instruction is a classic blend of theory and practical, with two 3-hour sessions per week. The faculty uses numerous relevant examples from everyday work life which provide in-depth knowledge. The live interactive sessions give you an opportunity to talk to professors live in the class, ask questions and get instant feedback. This is the ideal programme for a deep and definite understanding of the role, function and responsibility of an HRM professional.
Chhavi Tevatia(Compensation and Benefits Associate, PwC)
Learning from the experienced faculty of XLRI helped me achieve my objectives behind enrolling in the programme. The projects and assignments in this programme really help to strengthen theoretical foundations of domains that are not in your purview. Although I was a compensation professional, I got to learn about various roles and responsibilities in performance management and talent management as well. It was a great learning experience for me and there couldn’t be a better institute than XLRI. If you want a formal knowledge of HR, this is the ideal programme that will lead to a big career advancement.
Uma Kashwani(Recruiter, Gainsight)
I joined the PGCHRM with an objective to get integrated with the latest trends in the industry. The programme and the curriculum gave me sufficient exposure to the overall industry and market trends. This programme didn’t just give us the multidimensional components of HR, but also components beyond the domain of HR, along with their importance. The virtual learning platform enabled real time interaction with the faculty and also enabled networking with peers and exchange learnings and ideas.
Smita Narkar(AM - HRBP, Attra)
The professors not only enriched us with theoretical knowledge but also enlightened us on how to apply that knowledge into our day-to-day professional lives. The campus component was a wonderful experience because we directly interacted with the professors and it was a good learning platform all together. It was rich and enabling environment where we got to conduct many employee engagement activities. For me, XLRI is one of the most important platforms to increase our knowledge, experience and learning in the corporate world as an HR professional.