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I want to know how much value does a post graduation diploma has if done through correspondence?

I am presently working with a project management company.I am intrested to my post graduation in Human Resources.I feel i should take admission for the correspondene course offered by Symbiosis Centre of Distance Learning,pune.I just want to know wether it will hold a good value and will be competent enough in todays market.I do not wish to go for a full time course as i do not want to give up work.Kindly advice.

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4 Responses to “I want to know how much value does a post graduation diploma has if done through correspondence?”

  1. cyanne2ak January 29, 2014 at 3:03 pm #

    It’s not worth the paper that it’s written on.

  2. In God's Image January 29, 2014 at 3:28 pm #

    Getting a postgraduate degree online, in my opinion, makes you more marketable because your classmates are going to be from all corners ouf our country, not to mention internationally. It will also increase your experience in relating over the internet. The most important thing when you get your degree and seek advancement is to sell yourself, your knowledge, skills and abilities that you have accumulated through the pursuit of your degree(s). If correspondence is more convenient for you, I say go for it. But be prepared to defend why you took correspondence courses if asked in an interview.

  3. rightmark_web January 29, 2014 at 3:59 pm #

    Correspondence is not the only way of getting further examinations, alternatives such as night classes and day release are possible and a relatively new way of online training are being offered (online training varies greatly, so be careful).

    The value of any qualification is based on the reputation of the college providing the course. Is the Symbiosis Centre of Distance Learning an acknowledged centre of excellence for the course you wish to undertake? If you take the course will you have to site a recognised exmination or just one of their creation?

    Many years ago I was required by the company I worked for to undertake a correspondence course as part of my employment conditions. This course was ok but at the end of it I had to sit a nationally recognised examination…hence, to employee’s it mattered little how I studied for the exam, the key consideration was that I had the qualification.

    The problem is that many correspondence courses are simply money making exercises for cowboy learning companies. Check out other colleges to see if they run the course before deciding!

  4. Bubbagump January 29, 2014 at 4:23 pm #

    You bet cha! I have been a pilot for Delta for several years, and a few years ago I wanted to get more knowledge so i also got a online diploma for pharmachology, it has been great, go for it

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