Diploma in Human Resource Management




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IMBS Green Campus

Diploma in Human Resource Management Programme

Entry Qualifications: A/L 3’S passes from any study stream

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The Diploma in Human Resource Management is an integral part of our comprehensive business education programmes. This specialized program is designed to equip students with the essential knowledge and skills required for success in the dynamic field of Human Resource Management, while still providing a strong foundation in various aspects of business.

Department of Human Resource Management

Why Study Here?

Students should choose to study here for several compelling reasons. Our program empowers students to not only manage HR functions effectively but also to become strategic partners in achieving an organization’s goals. By providing a well-rounded education that encompasses both business fundamentals and HR-specific expertise, our Diploma in Human Resource Management creates graduates who are poised for success in a dynamic, competitive business environment.

Additionally, our emphasis on soft skills development, such as effective communication and leadership, prepares students not only for their initial career steps but also for long-term success in a competitive job market.

Department Contact Info

Diploma in Human Resource Management

Department of Human Resource Management
21/4, Queen Mary’s Road, Gampaha

Academic Coordinator: dhrm@imbscampus.ac.lk

Contact Us: +94 112 222 777

Everyday 8:00 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.

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IMBS Green Campus is committed to providing a rich and diverse educational experience that empowers students to become adaptable, ethical, and innovative professionals ready to make a meaningful impact in the business world.

Entry Requirements

Educational Qualifications:

Prospective students should have successfully completed their,

  • Advanced Level examination with a minimum of three “S” passes.
  • These passes can be in any stream,

Showcasing our commitment to inclusivity and diversity. Whether you come from a science, arts, or commerce background, you’ll find a place here to nurture your passion for human resource management.

Age No Barrier:

At our institution, there is no age limit for admission. We believe that learning knows no bounds, and we embrace the diversity of our student body, which may include recent school graduates and mature learners seeking to enhance their career prospects or pursue their passion for human resource management.

Subject Modules

Modules of Diploma in Human Resource Management Programme

Module Code Module Name Number of Credits
CHRM1104 Management 4
CHRM1203 Human Resource Management 3
CHRM1302 Business Communication 2
CHRM1403 Information Technology 3
CHRM1503 Principles of Psychology 3
DHRM2103 Organization Behavior 3
DHRM2202 Industrial Psychology 2
DHRM2302 Business Law 2
DHRM2402 Soft Skills Development 2
DHRM2506 Management Internship /Project Report 6

Objectives of the Programme

  • Providing basic knowledge to a person who is interested in Human Resource Management.
  • To create a professional-level workforce to match the competitive job market.
  • Impart the high level of theoretical and practical knowledge about Human Resource Management suitable for competitiveness to equip a person with the skills and competencies to suit the competitive job market.

Methods of Assessments

Method of Assessment

At IMBS Green Campus, student performance is evaluated through a combination of continuous assessments, assignments, and end-semester exams. This multi-faceted approach to assessment ensures a comprehensive evaluation of students’ knowledge, skills, and understanding of the subject matter. The following description outlines the methods used for each assessment criterion:

Continuous Assessments (40%):

Continuous assessments play a significant role in evaluating students’ progress throughout the academic term. These assessments are designed to gauge students’ understanding and retention of the course material over time.

  • Quizzes and Tests: Regular quizzes and tests are conducted to assess students’ grasp of concepts, comprehension, and application of knowledge. These assessments provide timely feedback on students’ understanding of the material covered in class.

Assignments (40%):

Assignments are an integral part of the assessment process, allowing students to demonstrate their understanding of course materials in a more comprehensive manner.

  • Presentations: Assignments that involve oral presentations provide students with an opportunity to communicate their ideas, research findings, and recommendations effectively. These assessments evaluate their presentation skills, critical thinking, and ability to engage an audience.

End Semester Exams (20%):

End semester exams are conducted at the conclusion of each academic term and assess students’ overall understanding of the course material.

Grading Criteria

Grading Criteria

Merit Pass:

A student registered for the Diploma will be awarded with distinction if they satisfy all of the following conditions:

  • Obtained grades “B” or better in all course modules.
  • Obtained a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.30 from all course modules.
  • Complete the relevant requirements at the first sitting.


A student registered for the Diploma will be awarded the Diploma if they satisfy the following conditions:

  • Obtained grades of “C” or better in all course modules.
  • Obtained a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.00 from all course modules.
  • Complete the relevant requirements within the period of three years since first registration.

Final Grading:

Grading will be awarded by aggregating the marks for continuous assessments and the final examination. A grade point value, as indicated below, is assigned to each grade.

Range of Marks Grade Grade Point Value
85 – 100 A+ 4.00
80 – 84 A 3.70
75 – 79 A- 3.30
70 – 74 B+ 3.00
65 – 69 B 2.70
60 – 64 B- 2.30
55 – 59 C+ 2.00
50 – 54 C 1.70
45 – 49 C- 1.30
40 – 44 D+ 1.00
35 – 39 D 0.07
30 – 34 D- 0.03
0 – 29 E 0.00