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Difference between CV, Resume and Biodata

zainab.urooj Started The Discussion:

HI All,

Just wanted to know if there is any difference between Curriculum Vitae, Resume and Biodata.

As per my knowledge there is..

Resume- To be used by Freshers only

CV- Not a Fresher

Biodata- I'm not sure but it is supposed to be a detailed information of your work. 10-12 pages i guess.

Regards
Zainab Urooj

mukeshkumarn - Contributing Member
Hi, I think Bio data consits of ur biological information,ie ur height,Weight,Gender,Mark etc......Police selection Bio data is preapered Mukesh

Sanjeev.Himachali - Contributing Member
The difference is same as the difference between Soccer and Football or Ms. Universe and Ms. World. Regards Sanjeev

Resume- for freshers CV- for experienced And biodata- generally for non academic qualification.

mahendrabitta - Contributing Member
Hi Friends.

Resume: Its french word means sumarry.It contains Employee Education,Experience etc.,

CV: Its a Latin Word means summary of full skills contains Employee Education,Experience,Experience and Profile History Etc(Add Certifications).

Biodata: Old fashionate


Regards
Mahendra

div.prak - 
Resume is meant for Experience persons which highlights experience as candidate’s USP, while CV is for freshers without experience which highlights education as their USP.

shaina.shine1918 - Contributing Member
CV: For Experienced people consists of 3 to 5 pages RESUME: For Freshers consists of not more than 2 pages BIO-DATA: Old word , Now used for Matrimonial Purpose

samy666 - Contributing Member
Hi friends, Its really a very good information regarding difference between CV,Resume and Biodata for freshers like me.Thank you very much Mr.Govind Singh. Regards Samy

The primary differences between a resume and a curriculum vitae (CV) are the length, what is included and what each is used for. A resume is a one or two page summary of your skills, experience and education. While a resume is brief and concise - no more than a page or two, a curriculum vitae is a longer (at least two page) and more detailed synopsis.A curriculum vitae includes a summary of your educational and academic backgrounds as well as teaching and research experience, publications, presentations, awards, honors, affiliations and other details. In Europe, the Middle East, Africa, or Asia, employers may expect to receive a curriculum vitae.

In the United States, a curriculum vitae is used primarily when applying for academic, education, scientific or research positions. It is also applicable when applying for fellowships or grants.

bringmetolife - Contributing Member
Resume:
A resume is a one or two page “summary” of your skills, experience and education. Generally no more longer than a page or two.

CV:
A Curriculum Vitae is a longer and more detailed synopsis. Generally over a couple of pages long.

Bio-Data:
Bio-Data files concentrate more on the individual and his attributes like height, weight, colour, skin complexion,…and more that describes the person the best.

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