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I am Harish. I have 1 yr 7 mths experience in my domain. Previously I did not put any declaration to my resume. Now I am going for an interview, some of my collegues told that the declaration is must.

So guys please help in this situation and I need to attend the interview on 20th of this month. Kindly help me for this regard!

Thanking you all,

prishikesh -  Member Since: Nov 2007
Dear Harish,

nowhere it is mentioned that "Declaration" is complusory in Resume.Genuine person never gives a 'Declaration', it's useless. All job-seekers are bound to provide some documents
to the employer while joining. Writing 'Declaration' is a trend/ tradition in countries who were colonies of any other foreign dynasties (like of British, Portuguese etc).


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