Appearance & Classification
- You don’t need to write “resume” or “curriculum vitae” at the beginning.
- You should pay attention to text alignment and the margins.
- You don’t need use also underlined effect for the titles.
- In necessary places definitely use “tab” instead of “space”
- Be careful about the parts, the rest of any part shouldn’t be on the other page.
- Avoid leaving big spaces and leave one line space between the headlines.
- I recommend you to write the software and foreign languages with their level.
- Write the Certifications and Accreditations with their dates.
- Everything is understandable and clear in your resume but it doesn’t seem enough. You may consider adding more parts. For sample: hobbies &activities – references – conferences, seminars that you have attended etc.
P.S: If you prepare your CV for a specific workplace and a specific position, then it would be much more effective to deliver it with a cover letter. See example cover letters here: how to write a cover letter.
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I would like to work with a value driven organization. Where I would be able to utilize my skills to the best of my ability and also thereby be able to contribute in the organization’s growth and thus enhance my skill set and professional competency.
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1. Post Qualification Experience: –
Certifications and Accreditations : –
Newspaper conceptualization, Mass communication
Radio documentary-safety concerns of girls.
Writing, News Reading, Management, TV journalism
Date of Birth – 31st Jan 1989
Nationality – Indian.
Marital Status – Single.
Language Known – English, Hindi.
Hobbies – Music, Dancing, Singing, Writing.
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