Rather storing the resumes month-wise, I recommend you storing it industry-wise.
For the easy search, you may create one E-mail ID on Gmail. Rather than using it for email communication, you need it to use it for Google Drive which gives 15 GB data free for each Gmail ID. In this drive create folders for the industries to which you cater your requirement. Thereafter, create folders within folder which can be on HR, Finance, Purchase and so on. The benefit of storing the resumes at one place is that it becomes quite easy to search for one specific industry.
Secondly, the way you store the resumes in your PC, same way you store in Google Drive also. Therefore, what your Google drive should be mirror image of what you store in PC. For further queries, feel free to contact me.
From India, Bangalore
I read your post it is so valuable to me, please tell me if i want to go for One Time Solution, if it is paid service i am ready to pay.
but i want such kind of system through which i can upload 100 or 200 resume at once. so that i can utilize my thousands of resumes for my clients
From India, Karnal
Having said that, there are always a plethora of Applicant Tracking Systems in the market that can help you be on top of your game in managing the candidate databases.
From India, Kolkata