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    How to write an effective resume

    I am Ruchi. I am fresher in IT industry.Can any one suggest me how to write an effective resume .


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    Re: How to write an effective resume

    Hi Ruchi,

    Welcome to the IT Field.

    Resume is the mirror which reflects your area of expertise. So while preparing your resume you should very clearly state the area in which you are strong, what are the skillsets you possess, the job you are looking for, and the Objective you have in your mind. A resume need not to be lengthy, but it should catchy in such a way that it attracts the Employers. Most of the companies will short list the people for the interview by looking into the Resume only.

    While writing your resume make sure you follow the following things:
    - Well and clearly stated Objective
    - Your Educational Qualification listed out along with the University and the Percentage or Grade
    - Resume starting off with you Name, and your Contact details such as mail id and telephonic number
    - List out the skill sets which you are very strong like Operating systems, Languages, Scripts, Tools etc., Include only which you know very well since as a Fresher you will be questioned mostly on the skill sets you have mentioned.
    - Do not use more Bolds, Underline or Bullets. Use these only at the areas where it is necessary.
    - Include the current and the Projects which you have done at the Academics.
    - In the Projects mentioned include your roles and responsibilities.
    - Mention your Passport Number if you hold.

    Hope the above points would have helped you.

    Regards,
    Ganesan


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    Re: How to write an effective resume

    Thanks, very useful


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    Re: How to write an effective resume

    thank you sir ,for providing this useful information.


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    Re: How to write an effective resume

    We have Sub Contractors as Vendor. Now we retain a fix percentage of work done by him say for example 10% as a guarantee of the work done to be paid at a later date after the work is completed which is called 'Retention Payable'. The total work done amount is credited to hic vendor payable account by Invoice Verification (MIRO) of service entry sheet. This deduction is made thru LPO. We get the Net payable amount thru MIRO. Remaining 10% we credit back thru Credit Note. T.Code FB60. The problem is that this retention payable amount goes to his payable account. Is there a way to credit this amount to a separate identifyable account to the same vendor (Sub Contractor) ?

    Any SAP consultant please reply my question. Thanks Vinay


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    Re: How to write an effective resume

    thankq sir, this information is very useful for us when we prepare a resume.


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    Re: How to write an effective resume

    I was in the same position as you and as someone who has been duped by so many resume writing services and have spend upwards of $200 on them that I really just want to share what I've learned so that not everyone goes through it like I did.

    Out of all of the extensive resume sites that I've used and tested, the best from personal experience is cvee.me/

    It has helped me tremendously and I highly recommend that you at least check it out. Best of luck to everyone!


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    Re: How to write an effective resume

    Effective resume there are numbers of resume site on net. Search according to your profile and try to keep updating your resume.


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    Re: How to write an effective resume

    Hi there! You can consider these tips on creating a resume that will surely help you land a job;

    Focus on Your Positive Achievements
    Highlight your best points
    Build up your image
    Be specific with your job objective
    Keep it short
    Use the first page for your Job Objective, Skills, Accomplishments and Most Recent Job Experiences
    Last but not the least, proofread your resume before submitting it to the company


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    Re: How to write an effective resume

    Just an addition and I find this effective. As you are writing, try not to use the same words over and over. Avoiding repetition will make your resume more exciting. Drop in some of the following action words to jazz things up a bit:

    Accomplished
    Achieved
    Attained
    Completed
    Created
    Delivered
    Demonstrated
    Enhanced
    Expanded
    Improved
    Increased
    Managed
    Obtained
    Performed
    Produced
    Secured
    Succeeded
    Surpassed


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