Some general CV formatting guidelines
Doís : Mention your -
- Contact information: Should be mentioned clearly. Try to avoid funky email ID
-Professional Objective: Every employer looks for a focused individual.
State a clear and concise career objective relevant with the stream you are applying for using vibrant action power words such as managed, coached, planned, prepared, monitored, developed, presented to add life and zing to your cv.
-Education: Mention accurately your degrees, year, names of universities, colleges or professional programs
-Honors and Awards: List if any fellowships, scholarships or academic recognitions to add extra interest to the CV.
- Research Interests: Considering your target companies phrase the specifics of your research interests
- Specialized Skills: List all skills - interpersonal, leadership, organization, academic, analytical, technical & their applications
- Publications, Presentations, Work-in-Progress: Provide the appropriate references for any publications that you have contributed to, co-authored, or authored. If you have any works that are being considered for publication, include these as well. For papers that you have presented at academic conferences or professional associations, give the title, the name of the conference, the location of the conference, and the date.
- Professional Associations or Memberships: List them as a separate competent of your CV.
If you are not a member of any professional organization, find out which one is important to your discipline and how you can earn eligibility for membership.
- Community Service: If you have any substantial volunteering experience or contributions to a community list them.
- Do not try to fake many qualities, just to impress the interviewer, as most students do this & then end up getting caught
Be yourself & prepared with strong rational reasons to prove the things you have written in your cv
29th May 2014 From India, Mumbai