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 From:  Geet, India, Jun/16/10 submitted on:
Subject:  Enhancing my CV
Question:  Hi , I am an MBA and have 4 yrs of work experience as a business analyst. Last year I resigned from my job as a business analyst in a leading telco and IT services company in India due to some personal issues. Now I am looking for fresh opprtunities and I am keen on resuming work again soon. Meanwhile I have an opportunity of being a lecturer in a management institute.I plan to and am keen on working as a business analyst in the industry but wanted to know if I take up the job as a lecturer right away till I get a suitable job in the industry would if enhance my CV and in turn benefit my search for a job in an IT industry or would it hamper ? Please guide.

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Piyush Pushkar Chaudhary,
Council Member
  No I don't think working a lecturer would enhance your candidature but surely cover up the gap period in the job. Answer may not be quiet simple ... If you teaching job provided u with ample time for

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srilekha palani,
Registered Member
  Geet, If your are a lady and giving first preference for personal life and next to professional life, i would suggest you to take up with lecturer offer. It would give you a good income as well as wo

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 From:  santanu sahoo, india, Nov/27/09 submitted on:
Subject:  C.V required for an MNC Company or to a Limited Company.
Question:  Dear Sir. this my requiest that i want a perfect C.v format for an MNC Or LTd Company Interview Purpose will u give me the soft copies of the C.v formats which can impressed to the company.

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santoshkumar singh,
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Sujatha Raavi,
Featured Member

If u went the perfect CV format.Please go through those links below:… or…

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Inder Kumar,
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 From:  kk fk, India, May/26/06 submitted on:
Subject:  resume problem?
Question:  dear amma, i have done bsc(comp science) in 2004 then i did b.ed in 2005.but i wanted to change my career from teaching to IT industry so i joined apgdca which i will be completing now in 2006 amma this is a big problem for me.whenever i have to give resume to a good IT company i think i shoud not mention over there that in 2004-2005 i did b.ed,bcoz then company will ask me why after doing b.ed i want to be in IT industry .what shall i say to them and they will ask me that why i dnt have consistency in my decisions . and if in my resume i dnt mention b.ed so they will ask me what i have been doing during that gap year so amma tell me how should i prepare my resume what should i do about this year 2004-2005,shd i mention abt b.ed or not ? and relevant to that option how shd i prepare for the answers.plz help .its urgent.

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Anand V,
Council Member

You need to mention BEd in your cv as you cannot hide any qualification.You can be as truthful as possible during interview s becasue if you try to hide information - good interviewers with get

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Priya J,
Council Member
  There is nothing wrong about your B.Ed degree.

Don't imagine that its something wrong by doing that degree.

You could always tell your interviewers that how B.ed has helped you and added value

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