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Friends. I get a very good artical on "Difference in C.V & Resume. I wish to share it with you all. Regards Shankar Bibhuti

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Friends 18 views, no reply, Is it not worthy to post your any +ve or -ve comments ? Regards Shankar Bibhuti
Hi Bibhuti,
Really a required stuff. Many times I was asked by trainees that is CV different from Resume. I could give them an answer which could not satisfy my ownself. But now gowing through the discussion, I could create the LOC between the two.
Thanks for the initiation.

Thanks for remembering me. I will be on line from 6th Nov as I am leaving on leave to my native. Your mail is always inspiring me as where i make mistake. I know even you know where i made mistake, But sir, I donot know why i take favour takr fvour to the person who is not being noticeds by anyone. Please forgive, I could reply as i promised.
I respect you a lot because my PAPA is also a retired university professor.
I will call you after returning from leave on 6th Nov.
Dr.Shankar Bibhuti

Very nice Bibhuti. Your posting is a valuable asset to CiteHR as well as for its members. Just keep going on . . . thanx to you with this help. Rajesh
Dear Deepak,
I wonder why you waited so long for someone to copy, save and attach the information that you required. Had you searched the web using the key terms you would have found the answers at - Resume Tips/ Archives
Have a nice day
A retired academic in UK, now visiting India.

Hello Shankar Very informative post for new forum members like me .Keep on indroducing all with such informative post . Thanks with best regards veenita shukla
vibhuti has really posted very valuable information...however would like to give the easiest way to undrstand the difference between the two...
CV is a detailed legthy document stating about you whereas resume is short and pithy(of 2 pages at max) and extremely professional...extra statements like strength weakness etc are not accepted. CV is usually used when you go for acadamics or a job after attaining lots of experience whereas Resume is used for the posts like those of managers, etc....hope u r clear about this....if u want me to state specifications let me know..

People at webistes are driven towards authentic, new and quality inputs. If there were no responses earlier it is an indication of this. Also to me the inputs are very preachy with many do's, must do, have to etc. and this tends to put off a certain kind of audience.

Shankar, do not get disheartened, IT is bit longer but worth reading each word. It is really good article every body should read it. Thanx for the post, Prashant

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