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you should pay attention to the following points before preparing your CV:
 
•   A CV of a fresher or an inexperienced candidate should not be over one or two pages. A CV should be concise and you must omit irrelevant information.
•   A CV projects an applicant’s suitability for a job. Color papers or color print should not be used for this purpose. In case of highlighting any information, you can either bold, or italicize or underline it. Never bold and underline.
 
•   Check spelling and grammatical mistakes in CV again and again. You can get it checked by somebody who can proofread.
 
•   When applying for a particular job, you should customize your CV according to the job requirements. Your career objective should be according to the criteria mentioned in the job announcement. Give emphasis on the ways you can add value, so to say, contribute to the company you applied for.
•   Avoid writing in First Person ("me" or "I").
•   The best CV’s describe experience using Action-Benefit statements, which describe an action you took in response to a challenge or opportunity, and explain how your action had a positive benefit for your company.
•   Give the reader an idea of what you have done and achieved throughout your career, instead of focusing on the duties you were responsible for at your jobs done previously.
•   Don’t write only about your personal traits; instead describe how your values can suit the position you applied for.

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Job market for DIU student / guidelines for writing your CV
« on: June 16, 2009, 04:53:07 PM »
you should pay attention to the following points before preparing your CV:
  
•   A CV of a fresher or an inexperienced candidate should not be over one or two pages. A CV should be concise and you must omit irrelevant information.
•   A CV projects an applicant’s suitability for a job. Color papers or color print should not be used for this purpose. In case of highlighting any information, you can either bold, or italicize or underline it. Never bold as well as underline.
  
•   Check spelling and grammatical mistakes in CV again and again. You can get it checked by somebody who can proofread.
  
•   When applying for a particular job, you should customize your CV according to the job requirements. Your career objective should be according to the criteria mentioned in the job announcement. Give emphasis on the ways you can add value, so to say, contribute to the company you applied for.
•   Avoid writing in First Person ("me" or "I").
•   The best CV’s describe experience using Action-Benefit statements, which describe an action you took in response to a challenge or opportunity, and explain how your action had a positive benefit for your company.
•   Give the reader an idea of what you have done and achieved throughout your career, instead of focusing on the duties you were responsible for at your jobs done previously.
•   Don’t write only about your personal traits; instead describe how your values can suit the position you applied for.

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BBA Discussion Forum / guidelines for writing ur CV
« on: June 15, 2009, 05:34:46 PM »
you should pay attention to the following points before preparing your CV:
 
•   A CV of a fresher or an inexperienced candidate should not be over one or two pages. A CV should be concise and you must omit irrelevant information.
•   A CV projects an applicant’s suitability for a job. Color papers or color print should not be used for this purpose. In case of highlighting any information, you can either bold, or italicize or underline it. Never bold and underline.
 
•   Check spelling and grammatical mistakes in CV again and again. You can get it checked by somebody who can proofread.
 

•   When applying for a particular job, you should customize your CV according to the job requirements. Your career objective should be according to the criteria mentioned in the job announcement. Give emphasis on the ways you can add value, so to say, contribute to the company you applied for.
•   Avoid writing in First Person ("me" or "I").
•   The best CV’s describe experience using Action-Benefit statements, which describe an action you took in response to a challenge or opportunity, and explain how your action had a positive benefit for your company.
•   Give the reader an idea of what you have done and achieved throughout your career, instead of focusing on the duties you were responsible for at your jobs done previously.
•   Don’t write only about your personal traits; instead describe how your values can suit the position you applied for.

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Leo Tolstoy ´´Please regard me as a Mohammedan...´´
The great Russian writer and thinker who contributed a lot to the Russian literature and history is more famous as a writer, his philosophical views and works that reflect his ideas of God, soul, knowledge, love, the meaning of life, etc. are much less known.
The continuing quest for the meaning of life, the moral ideal, the covert general regularities of existence as well as his spiritual and social criticism run through all his creative work. Since the 1870-ies he pays more and more attention to the subjects of death, sin, penance, and moral revival.

His extraordinary way of thinking was in most cases incomprehensible to the Russian society of those days.

He was excommunicated and committed to anathema, his friends and acquaintances turned away from him. In 1910, at the age of 81, Leo Tolstoy left home and died on the way to the station “Astapovo”.

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Job market for DIU student / Guidelines for writing your CV
« on: June 15, 2009, 05:17:30 PM »
It can take a reader just 30 seconds to reach a decision about a CV. So when writing a CV, you should remember you have just half a minute to gain the reader’s interest, leave a clear impression of professionalism and indicate the likely benefit to an employer of hiring you.  To prepare a CV which is effective will take time and possibly several drafts. Layout, presentation and a choice of words which demonstrate both responsibility and achievement are vital components of any CV.

No matter how well your career background and skills match the needs of an employer, your efforts could fail if you make it difficult for the reader to take in the relevant information. As your message must register quickly, make the reader’s task an easy one. Ensure that the print is well spaced and that the key information is displayed clearly.

The purpose of the CV is to generate interviews. Visually, you want your CV to have a positive effect, but it is also necessary for it to convince the reader that you are worth meeting. The style in which you present your CV is a matter of personal choice, but it is important that you use words which suggest an active and successful career.

People sometimes make the mistake of regarding a CV as a rewrite of their job description, which results in unnecessary jargon and detail. In addition, issues such as salary and reasons for leaving previous employers should not be included; they are best discussed at the first interview stage.

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Dear students

Please buy a copy if UNILIFE June issue to know how a well-produced can make all the difference when applying for a job.
It can take a reader just 30 seconds to reach a decision about a CV. So when writing a CV, you should remember you have just half a minute to gain the reader’s interest, leave a clear impression of professionalism and indicate the likely benefit to an employer of hiring you.  To prepare a CV which is effective will take time and possibly several drafts. Layout, presentation and a choice of words which demonstrate both responsibility and achievement are vital components of any CV.

No matter how well your career background and skills match the needs of an employer, your efforts could fail if you make it difficult for the reader to take in the relevant information. As your message must register quickly, make the reader’s task an easy one. Ensure that the print is well spaced and that the key information is displayed clearly.

The purpose of the CV is to generate interviews. Visually, you want your CV to have a positive effect, but it is also necessary for it to convince the reader that you are worth meeting. The style in which you present your CV is a matter of personal choice, but it is important that you use words which suggest an active and successful career.

People sometimes make the mistake of regarding a CV as a rewrite of their job description, which results in unnecessary jargon and detail. In addition, issues such as salary and reasons for leaving previous employers should not be included; they are best discussed at the first interview stage.

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