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Resume(Draft)

(Template Generated by Hemanth S R ,Assistant Professor ,Dept of CSE ,MIT MYSORE .For any
queries/suggestions for additions or deletions , mail me to sr.hemanth@gmail.com )
Preface: A well-written resume not only reflects a candidates credentials and skills, but also gives an
insight to recruiters of the capabilities and caliber a candidate holds. In the case of a fresher, it becomes
all the more important to put your best skills in the spotlight.

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Name photograph
BE, Computer Science Engineering

Contact No. : -
E-mail:-

Present Address:

CAREER OBJECTIVE

Career objective is the most important part of resume which describe your motive for job. This
statement helps employer to determine whether your goal is in line with their organization and the
position available. Take your time to create a powerful opening for resume. Your Objective should be two
or three lines long at most.
Sample writing 1:
To work in a firm with a professional work driven environment where I can utilize and apply my
knowledge, skills which would enable me as a fresh graduate to grow while fulfilling organizational
goals.
Sample writing 2:
To seek challenging assignment and responsibility with an opportunity for growth and career
advancement as a successfully achievement

ACADEMIC CREDENTIALS

Qualification Board/University Year Percentage


B.E (Computer 2016- 9.1/10
Science 2020
Engineering)
Intermediate

High School

INTERNSHIP/TRAINING PROGRAMS
The best way to impress potential employers during your campus interviews/job search is to gain and
highlight relevant work experience. For college students/freshers thats typically an internship.
Employers recognize that candidates with internship experience make a wise selection because they
already have experience of working being part of a team. For students, a minimum of 3 internship
programs can provide a positive impression and possibly secure a job before or after graduation.

Sample writing:
Company Name :-
Program/Project Title :-
Duration :-
Skills Acquired :-
Projects Carried out(Non Academic)
Non Academic projects carried out of self interest will be a game changer
for freshers. You can show case your willingness to learn new things, self
motivation, creativity, innovation and problem solving skills which is very much
desired from a professional.

SEMESTER Project Title with a Technology/To Your


Brief about the ols Used Contribution/Outcome
Project /skills gained
III

IV

VI

VII

Academic Projects Carried out


Interviewers will ask you questions about your academic projects. Their main motive is to check
how good you are at practical skills. Your project gives you an opportunity to put theoretical knowledge
to actual practice. So be honest with your academic project and make the best out of it. Do not try to copy
other project ideas. The practical experience gained will not only help with interviews but also help you
be a better engineer. By doing your own projects you will develop a good understanding of all principles
involved. Also, you have a higher chance of getting a job.

Skills gained by doing projects


*Students can acquire the skill of reading and understanding technical contents from standard sources.
Gain insight into recent trends/developments in technology. The students are also equipped with skill of
approaching and analyzing problems.
* Exposure to writing SRS, design details for projects and hands on experience in using design tools
*Learning the different tools/programming platforms required for implementing the project, Knowledge
and experience of Working with different programming platforms, tools.
*Enhanced coding skills, Creative thinking and problem solving skills, self organizing and managing,
Collaboration and Team work, Time Management Skills, Improvement in communication skills.

Sample writing:

SEMESTER Project Title with a Brief Platform/To Outcome/skills


about the Project ols Used gained
V

VI

VIII
(Major Project)

IT PROFICIENCY

Languages: C++ , C,Oracle,Java


Operating Systems:
Tools:

EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES


A range of extracurricular activities can help you to convince the prospective employer that you are
the best candidate and just might raise you above the rest of the competition. Employers want candidates
with a wide range of transferable skills such as Confidence building, Team building, and Character
building, Time management, Leadership, Honesty & Responsibility.

Typical extracurricular activities may include ,active members of technology/social community


clubs like web club ,programmers club, robotics club etc, part of a sports team ,Learning new
programming languages which are not part of curriculum, Volunteer in various activities and events
conducted in campus or off campus, Apply technology to an existing hobby/interest ,Participate in
technology related workshops, events and competitions, Drama, music & the performing arts .

ACHIEVEMENTS
Employers are looking for evidence of what you have achieved during your student life so far and
what makes you stand out from all the other candidates

Sample writing:

Actively participated in various activities (With certificates).


Presented /published technical papers.
Won many medals for college in inter college competitions (With certificates).

INTERPERSONAL/SOFT SKILLS
Interpersonal skills are the skills we use every day when we communicate and interact with other
people, both individually and in groups. People with strong interpersonal skills are often more successful
in both professional and personal lives. Some of the interpersonal skills include self confidence ,positive
attitude ,communication ,team player ,critical thinking and problem solving ,time management skills
,coping with pressure ,flexibility ,ability to accept constructive feedback ,strong work ethic

Sample writing:
Ability to rapidly build relationship and set up trust.
Confident and Determined
Ability to cope up with different situations.

REFERENCES
Freshers can give their HODs/professor's details as reference. Reference implies providing details of
individuals who can support the information provided during the interview. Reference investigation is an
important step in the hiring process as it reduces the risk of hiring an unqualified candidate. The feedback
received during reference check becomes crucial when your competitors fair at par during the interview
process. In these situations references and their opinion about you can help you in getting that dream job.
Sample writing:
Dr Deepu R, Professor and Head, Dept of CSE, MIT MYSORE.
Name 1, Assistant Professor Dept of CSE, MIT MYSORE.
Name 2 , Professor Dept of ECE, MIT MYSORE.

PERSONAL DETAILS

Fathers Name :-

Permanent Address :-

Date of Birth :- Sample:22thJanurary 1995


Language Known :- Sample: Kannada ,English & Hindi
Marital Status :- Single
Nationality/Religion :- Indian /
Interest & Hobbies :- Sample: Internet browsing ,dance, badminton and
reading novel

DECLARATION
I do hereby declare that the above information is true to the best of my knowledge.

Place:
Date: (Signature)
NAME

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