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COMMUNICATING FOR A JOB
 

COMMUNICATING FOR A JOB

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    COMMUNICATING FOR A JOB COMMUNICATING FOR A JOB Presentation Transcript

    • PRESENTED BY Ashrita Pramanick DMS
      • Solicited and Unsolicited Letters
      • Curriculum Vitae (CV)
      • Resume
      • Filling out Employment Applications
    • Letters of application either in response to an advertisement or in the form of a self initiated proposal are referred to as solicited and unsolicited letters
      • Make your letter individualistic
      • --Highlight specific traits
      • Catch the reader’s attention
      • --Innovate and apply strategies in the opening paragraph
      • Highlight your educational/professional qualifications.
      • --Sustain interest by spelling out your strongest qualification.
      • Latin word curriculum vitae literally means “course of life”.
      • A CV is a summary of the candidate’s qualification and experience.
      • Objective in nature
      • NAME AND ADDRESS
      • EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS
      • EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
      • PROJECTS UNDERTAKEN
      • WORK EXPERIENCE
    • A resume is a one to two page summary of skills, accomplishments and education written to capture the attention of the reader , and its basic purpose is to secure an interview.
    • dE
      • More descriptive than a curriculum vitae (CV).
      • Describes quality of a candidate .
      • Contents are more accurate and interesting.
      • Related to the objectives of the company
      • Goal oriented and job specific.
      • NAME AND ADDRESS
      • CAREER OBJECTIVE OR CAREER GOAL
      • EDUCATIONAL OR PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION(S)
      • RELATED COURSE WORK, SPECIAL PROJECTS , ACADEMIC AWARDS
      • Name
      • Institute Address
      • Permanent address
      • E-mail address
      • Telephone number
      • WORK EXPERIENCE
      • SKILLS ,ABILITIES
      • ACTIVITIES AND AWARDS
      • REFERENCES
      • Date and year
      • Name of the organization
      • Job title
      • Responsibilities held
      • Significant contributions.
      • Applications form related with government departments, public section undertakings , autonomous bodies under the govt.
      • Accuracy helps the organization in accessing the true merit of the candidate.
      • Avoid abstract responses.
      • Vary the manner of approach
      • Display leadership qualities.
      • Assertive in tackling questions.
      • Present motivational factors.
      • Present positive personality traits.
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