How to write a mail when giving a appointment letter. - cover letter
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deepa2rani Started The Discussion:

Dear All, I want to know that how can write a mail when we are sending a Appointment letter with enclosed it. Regards, Deepa

T.PRABHAKAR -  Member Since: Oct 2007
Dear Deepa, You can write a mail which I have written below:

Dear Candidate,

Good Morning.

Greetings of the Day from M/s......................

With reference to your Application dated...............and by the subsequent Interview which you had with us on.................., we are glad to inform you that you have been selected for the post of ..............................for which we are enclosing the Appointment Letter for the same.

Please sign the duplicate copy of this Appointment Letter (copy enclosed) and send back a copy of it as a token of your acceptance.

Wish you ALL THE BEST.

Bibhutosh Bhadauria -  Member Since: Dec 2006
Prabhakar,

Lots of people veiwed this mail but no one tried to help Deepa, you are the one who had helped her. I appreciate your help to her. This cite needs people like you.

And Deepa you can use this format it is very good, and while making other mails also you can take idea of this sample and use your creation.

Have a look of some samples on Google also. And offcourse Prabhakar is there to help and lots of good people like Prabhakar are there who will help you.


Thanks Prabhakar.


Bibhutosh Bhadauria

kanchanmehta.mehta -  Member Since: May 2010
Hello, I need the matter of a good cover letter as i have to send it along my CV. Required your guidance for the same. Regards Kanchan

T.PRABHAKAR -  Member Since: Oct 2007
Dear Kanchan,

As you want to send a letter alongwith an attachment of your CV means, that you want to make an application for a job. Right?

Then apply with your own language, but before applying just post it here, so that I will correct it in a professional manner.

Thank you,

T.PRABHAKAR.




 
 
 
 





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