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TitleEmployability of MBA students with HR Specialization: The Case Study of Educational Institution in India
AuthorBijay Kumar Kandel
AbstractThe perceived value of MBA programs has gone down substantially in recent times due to low employability of students passing out of the colleges. Most of the student who specialize in Human Resource stream of MBA program of the self-financing colleges of Anna University, Chennai found it difficult to get worthy jobs. The cause for the situation may be many like, incompetence of the students themselves, demand for the entry level HR positions may be less than the supply in the market, inappropriate curriculum, ineffective implementation of curriculum etc. The authors surveyed the HR alumni and HR managers to determine the relevance of HR curriculum of MBA program in meeting the requirements of various industries and identified that there is a big gap between the requirements of industries and availability of suitable candidates.

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