Gunjan Sarojwal
Recruitments, T&d
R.SREENIVASAN
Recruitment, Pay Roll, Hr-mis, Training
Peoplesskills2006
Regional Training Manager In A Multinational
Meenakshi1975
Teaching Communication
Shervari
Financial Services
Rkpandey
Law, Cost And Management Accountancy
Elearning
E-learning, Content Creation, Animation,
+8 Others

OSR,
I am attaching an article which I have prepared on the basis of the feedbacks I got from various recruiters. I have also tried to provide some snapshots from original resumes and tried to highlight the mistakes which we used to make while applying for any job.
I hope you'll like it.
Thanks
Gunjan
27th August 2009 From India, New Delhi

Attached Files
Membership is required for download. Create An Account First
File Type: doc 11 Reasons why the resumes get rejected.doc (190.0 KB, 5211 views)

60 views and no replies... cum mon at least I want to know the feedback, is it a good post or not!
28th August 2009 From India, New Delhi
Hi Guys,
m really new to dis citehr......i run a Resume writing service.......Plz log on to Home Page for more details......
28th August 2009 From India, Ludhiana
I think most of the resume begin with personel details like name, phone number, email add etc... I didnt understand the point that one should begin with professional details thanks
28th August 2009 From India, Mumbai
:-DGunjan, the post is filled with good informaton for anyone that is drafting and preparing a resume. For the novice, this is a good tool that will help them present themselves in a positive manner to a company, organization or recruiter.
People should take quality time to prepare the resumes/CV for it is the key that will unlock the door to getting a face to face interview. Most don't put stock into it, they think that it is just another piece of paper..:confused:
Appreciate you sharing some great informaiton.:icon10:
Dr. Marc
PS 63:7 8-)
28th August 2009 From United States, Calhoun
Really gonna help freshers in makng perfect resume nd eliminating da common errors 1 make... Thnx
28th August 2009 From India, Delhi
Dear Gunjan!!!! You are on the point and thanx a lot. I would like to add one more and make it a dozen - AVOID CLISHES. One gets really sick reading ad- nauseum repeated phrases like "I will leave no stone unturned .... " as though he is applying for stone cutter's job. While attempt to market self one may overdo in most of the cases, but understatement and candidness also make interesting reading.
Regards
KK Nair
29th August 2009
Dear All,
Thanks a lot for appreciating my efforts. I am happy to see such a gr8 response.
Well, these are only those points which I consider to be blamed for disqualifying resumes, but there might be something more beyond this.
I am keen to know if anyone of you has to add on something.
Any other reason for rejections, which you can share with us.
Regards
Gunjan
29th August 2009 From India, New Delhi
Good Reading. Points highlighted are useful for Recuitment process as well as applicants. good work. we r waiting for the next big one!!! sangla
29th August 2009 From India, New Delhi
Hi Prashant,
Thanks for highlighting a new point.
I do agree that sometimes people pretend to be on a high note and use exaggerated quotes and statements, hi-fi objectives. Though such things dont get the reviewer's attention.
nice one
thanks
29th August 2009 From India, New Delhi
hey! hello varsha m heena here...i liked ur post..m doing BBA and in Third year now..
i just get the the topic for PPT titled "the impact of recession on HR field"
if you could help me or any idea in tht thn i'll be thankfull to you..!! i
29th August 2009 From India, Rajkot
Dear All,
thanks a ton.
yesterday when I logged on to citehr, I saw 60 views and no replies.
I became a bit disappointed to know that not a single person replied to my post which took a week's time in getting prepared.
But now, I am very happy to see you reviews about my post.
very soon I'll try to post another informatiove article.
Thanks again
Gunjan
29th August 2009 From India, New Delhi
Dear Gunjan Sarojwal.
We find your article is quite uesrful. Another thing we find "OBJECTIVE" at the top of the resume where in canddiate fill with full of jargons as if to make the sentence attractive. In most cases it is taken as ritual rather than really understanding the meaning of the "objetive". When I interview the candidates,it is regret to note that many candidates do not even know the purpose and the significance let alone they know the meaning.
Here they fail to score. Hope I am right and agree with me as most cases the resumes are prepared by some professional people. The resume will reflect ture colour only when it is compiled by the candidate himself.
Regds
R.Srinivasan
29th August 2009 From India, Madras
Worth reading this PPT... i saw many resumes of this kindly with no proper information in it.
29th August 2009
Great posting! Gunjan, there may be some silent admirers of ur excellent work! Regardless, plz keep the good work going on.River quenches the thirst, trees give tasty fruits whether anyone praises them or not.
Please continue with ur selfless good work.
29th August 2009 From India, Pune
Not a very good post. I do not think a real professional would make such mistakes. This is suitable for those applying for a low cadre job
30th August 2009 From India, Ahmadabad
A very good post, really these are some of the real raesons as to why people get their rejection letters. Keep posting.
31st August 2009
Hi Shagufta, for cover letters, please refer to my post previous " 25 cover/ covering letters". I have given 25 good coevring letters which have varied wordlings. Thanks Gunjan
31st August 2009 From India, New Delhi
Dear Gunjan,
Thanks a lot for your article based on feedback with various recruiters. It's quite informative and an eye-opener for those who are frequently making use of their resume for new job openings or fresh placements. Good job done.
Thankx
31st August 2009 From India, Delhi
9. Covering letter/ note’s description- If your covering letter is one third or half of your resume, you may lose chances of getting shortlisted and why would a recruiter spend 10 mins in reading the information, as provided below:
Grateful if you can elaborate on this point, as this seems very relevant but I could not gather the intended advise
31st August 2009 From Australia
Its a good material for people with a few years of experience. However would appreciate if some tips could be provided for people with many years of experience in finance industry. Thanx
31st August 2009 From India, Mumbai
Gunjan Sarojwal, It was definitly a good post. The information is very relevant for those who are looking out for a new job. Thank you for the information. Hudson
1st September 2009 From India, Kochi
hey thats a good one for sure! You could put in a couple of resumes which would get selected :-)
7th September 2009 From United Kingdom, London
Dear Gunjan,
A curcosry reading shows the deailed efforts you have put in creating this word doc.
would let you know my detailed later on a caferul perusing of the same,
pl bear with me till then,
Thanks and regards,
A.srinivasan,
09980092569
7th September 2009 From India, Pune
Add Reply Start A New Discussion

Cite.Co - is a repository of information created by your industry peers and experienced seniors. Register Here and help by adding your inputs to this topic/query page.
Prime Sponsor: TALENTEDGE - Certification Courses for career growth from top institutes like IIM / XLRI direct to device (online digital learning)





About Us Advertise Contact Us
Privacy Policy Disclaimer Terms Of Service



All rights reserved @ 2019 Cite.Co™