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Yes, there is difference among Resume, CV and Bio-data. Please visit the link to known more about it.
From India, Gurgaon
Basic different
- A resume would be ideally suited when experience people apply for specific positions where certain specific skills are more important than education.
- A C.V., on the other hand should be the preferred option for fresh graduates or people looking for a career change. It could also be used by people applying for academic positions.
- The term bio-data is mostly used in India when people apply for government jobs, or for research grants where one has to submit descriptive essays. Bio Datas are not common in the international markets where personal information like age, gender, religion are not required to be submitted by candidates.

From India, Agra
CV (in translation from the Latin. Suricum vitæ - “the course of life”) implies a more voluminous document than the classical summary. It should list all the specialties that you have received, additional courses, places of employment, positions that you occupied and responsibilities in chronological order.
The resume is an assignment document. It can even be called the marketing level. A resume is not just talking about you. It provides information needed by the employer. For example, an employer does not need to see a list of all refresher courses.
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