IIM-T to offer post graduate programme in HR Management

The Indian Institute of Management, Tiruchirapalli (IIM-T) today launched a new programme on human resource management, targeting working executives.

"The Post Graduate programme for Human Resource Management for working executives will commence from July at IIM- Tiruchirappalli's Chennai centre," IIM-T Director Prafulla Agnihotri said.

This would be in addition to the institute's post graduate programme in business management for working executives, he told reporters here.

The curriculum includes a range of general management courses, core conceptual and application based HR courses, HR electives and a live industry project, he said.

Students taking up the course would have the option to specialise in any one of the five Human Resource courses -- employee relations, organisation development and change, HR analytics, employee engagement and global HR, he said.

Classes would be held in the evenings for four days a week.

He also said the third batch for the post-graduate programme in business management would begin from next August.

The last date for receipt of applications for both the programme was May 5, he said.

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