Master’s Degree in Human Resources Development Management (MHRDM)
Lala Lajpat Rai Institute of Management (LLIM) Mumbai

Type: Part Time MBA

Category: MBA, PGDM and Management

Sub Category: MBA - Human Resources (HR)

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About Master’s Degree in Human Resources Development Management (MHRDM) Course

Here are the details of Master’s Degree in Human Resources Development Management (MHRDM) Course including duration, Eligibility, Admission Criteria, Fees and Syllabus.

This programme is to prepare executives for top level Human Resources positions in public or private sector organizations.

Duration:- Three Years Part time

Bachelor’s Degree  in any discipline with minimum two years work experience after Graduation (Supervisory / Executive)

Admission Procedure:- Admission through written test, group discussion and personal interview conducted by the institute.

Special Features About Master’s Degree in Human Resources Development Management (MHRDM)

  • EntranceExam EntranceExam: Written test conducted by the Institute
  • Placement Placement: Yes
  • Average Salary Average Salary: Rs 4.3 Lakh p.a
  • Syllabus Syllabus:

About the College

 Lala Lajpat Rai was one of those outstanding personalities whose struggle to bring freedom to India is a permanent source of inspiration for years to come. Popularly called as the Lion of Punjab, he led a battle against the British Rule who had invaded the country and had established their never ending regime.

Lajpat Rai was born on 28th Jan, 1865 at a village named Dhudike in Ferozpur District of Punjab.
His father, Munshi Radha Krishan was a great Scholar of Persian and Urdu. Lalaji's mother, Gulab Devi, was a great source of inspiration. Lalaji was brought up in a family background that allowed freedom of having different faiths and beliefs.

Since childhood he had a desire to serve his country and its people, and therefore took a pledge to free the country from the shackles of foreign rule.

His activities were multifarious. He was an ardent social reformer. He founded the Indian Home Rule League of America in October 1917, in New York and, a year later, he also set up, with himself as Director, the "Indian Information Bureau" in New York to serve as a Publicity Organisation for India. Lala Lajpat Rai returned to India on Feb.20, 1920 as a great hero.

He plunged into Gandhi's non-cooperation movement, which in Punjab, under Lajpat Rai's leadership spread like a wildfire in the province, and he soon came to be known as "The Lion of Punjab". He travelled far and wide in India and his eloquence brought hundreds to the congress fold.

Lalaji injected new life in his countrymen. Lalaji's pen and tongue were equally forceful. They swayed those they aimed to reach. He was a crusader, who knew no fear and championed every worthy cause with all the passion of his soul. He took great interest in India's economic regeneration.

His love for service was insatiable. He founded educational institutions. He befriended the suppressed classes. In the political field he was indispensable. He was fearless in the expression of his views.

Lala Lajpat Rai's supreme sacrifice came when he led a procession in Lahore on Oct.30, 1928 to boycott the Simon Commission. The procession was sought to be broken up by the police and Lajpat Rai received lathi blows on his chest and he passed away on November 17, 1928.

Lala Lajpat Rai's death brought a close to a long career of his distinguished public service. Among the numerous tributes one came from Mahatma Gandhi. Writing in Young India, he aptly said, "Men like Lalaji cannot die so long as the sun shines in the Indian sky." Lajpat Rai left a rich legacy for his countrymen.

Management is a very dynamic science at its core and is always in a state of constant flux and transition. The new millennium has made the manager to face a barrage of challenges and in the process his abilities have been pushed to the very extreme. As such, at the confluence of two eras the managers capabilities and reserves have come under incredulous pressure, but the desire to achieve excellence has always seen him through these formidable phases.

At our institution, the journey to achieve this excellence starts from the focal entry point at the Institute and continues on a smooth transition; till we give the Industry a high quality product, which in our case is the breed of young dynamic managers.


The world has come closer, the business has turned global, the old barriers are being broken and the new dynamism and survival of the fittest are the key words of the day.

Inspite of our Institution being nascent, our vision is to cultivate growth oriented managers for an increasingly connectivity driven world of tomorrow. In this changing era of predominance of service effectiveness, we intend to deliver greater human skills.

The ponderous responsibility of creating and cultivating a vision has already been achieved and the results are in the offing.

Our vision is to provide Industry with leaders of tomorrow, who with their knowledge and skills prove to be knowledge makers and change agents for tomorrow.

The Trust

A group of philanthropists came together and started on a odyssey to provide world class education in the very heart of Mumbai. A Trust was formed and named after Lala Lajpat Rai, the great freedom fighter, social reformer and an educationist.

The Trust was established to promote educational activities that were dear to Lalaji's heart.

Establishment of the Trust and other educational institutions by few Punjabi philanthropists in Mumbai was a true homage to the worthy son of India - The Late Lala Lajpatrai.

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Address :

Lala Lajpat Rai Institute of Management, Lala Lajpat Rai Marg, Mahalaxmi, Mumbai 400 034, India. Tel : (91 - 22) 2351 3874 / 2498 0874 Fax : (91 - 22) 2352 0877


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Comments / Reviews / Queries Master’s Degree in Human Resources Development Management (MHRDM)

  • I need details for the same. Posted By : Trupti Naik, on 21-03-2012 17:09:02
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  • Are the admissions for MHRDM course part time still open?? I'm very Interested. Please revert urgently. If not when is the next intake?? Thanks Posted By : Beverly Ferrao, on 25-07-2011 21:57:27
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  • i completed graduation and i want to work in HR.please suggest me short time course for this. Posted By : kajal, on 17-07-2011 12:14:31
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  • hi, iam my age is 23 i am intersted in part time (MHRDM)please suggest the fees & all the details Posted By : kinjal, on 27-06-2011 11:20:43
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  • whats the fee structure and class time Posted By : abhinav, on 05-05-2011 23:09:46
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  • syllabus for MANAGEMENT IN HUMAN RESOURCES Posted By : bindu m nair, on 27-02-2011 07:46:45
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  • Want to take the admission in the Part Time MBA Posted By : Aniket Mansute, on 16-01-2011 00:40:56
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  • I am sorry for the typographical error, I have restarted my corporate career in 2008 and not in 1998 as this was mistakenly mentioned by me in my last mail to you. Posted By : Anahita Mehta, on 28-12-2010 06:39:59
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  • I am an Executive Assistant to Sr.Director (Consulting) in one of the Top 4 Consultancies viz Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu India P. Ltd, and have graduated in 1991 thru Lala Lajpatrai College (University of Mumbai). I am having around 5 years of Secretarial experience prior to a long break which I had taken to raise my kids and have restarted my Corporate career in 1998. Could I enroll myself for the MHRDM (3 years part time course) and when would the next batch start? Posted By : Anahita Burjis Mehta, on 28-12-2010 06:37:50
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  • hi, iam my age is 25 i want to pursue my carreer in hr , i am currently working as an senior executive sales ( naukri. com ) i am intersted in part time mba in hr , please suggest Posted By : chirag Ghadge, on 17-12-2010 02:31:44
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  • i am interested in doing wats the procedure for getting admission??? Posted By : unmani, on 27-10-2010 08:52:10
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  • please inform me about the course fee of MHRDM... Posted By : Monaranjan Goswami, on 07-09-2010 08:21:42
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  • i would like to do the above mentioned course, but can this course be done via correspondence and do we have to attend any classes for the same since i am working abroad and would like to upgrade my education qualifications. Posted By : Savitri Fernandes, on 26-07-2010 14:17:28
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  • I am B Com age 44 years with 22 years of Experience in the field of Personnel, HR, Admin & Payroll, currently jobless. Can I do this course? will it be helpfull in getting the job? Posted By : Mohan Palaye, on 14-07-2010 04:50:54
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  • I have done B.Com & now working as executive assistant..... I want to upgrade my qualification and want to opt for some course further...which course should i do..I won't mind swtiching over to HR Posted By : Pooja, on 08-06-2010 07:29:47
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  • no Posted By : babasaheb tanaji bhosale, on 09-04-2010 04:42:38
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