Please post your views on the following.
Which is better for you if you want to learn HR Management:
An MBA in HR
or an MS in Organizational Psychology
I have another question. Is it possible to purse Organizational Psychology after Engineering. If it is possible what are the options?
I would do both. I would do the Industrial Psychology first. Then work for a few years to get experience. Then the MBA. Usually MBAs are of more value to people who have already got experience in corporate management, so it will have greater value when you have more working experience. Always good to take it with a group of people who come from different places in the world and who can contribute their experiences in the work place.
It is possible to do anything after engineering, not sure what you mean with options? Career wise? Not sure about organizational psychology, industrial psychology would probably be on the mark, and as back-up it could lead to career counselling or you can become a private consultant for industrial companies.
Probably best that you consult with career counsellors, or find people who have done MBAs and are working for engineering companies.
From what I have looked up it seems if I have to do Industrial psychology I will need a BA in psychology. Please correct me if I am wrong
Go for the MBA. Every field eventualy leads to marketing and business. If you went for the psych stuff, a few short years down the road you will be marketing yourself or a new business and you will wish you had the MBA.