How To Write A CV [Biodata] In 2022. The point I am going to share with you today is the rules of writing an interesting CV. Your resume (CV) is the primary means of presenting yourself to a potential employer as a job seeker. But in many cases job seekers don’t care about making their resume beautiful and accurate. As a result, many eligible candidates are not invited to the job interview and are denied the opportunity to prove their eligibility.
Rules for writing job CV (biodata) 2022
What we mean by resume, in a word, resume (CV) is the only medium through which you can apply for a job in various organizations as a candidate. Because in almost every organization, after looking at your resume CV, you are called for an interview. So before creating a CV, take a rough look at what you will give in the CV very carefully, so that there is no mistake when typing on the computer later.
Before you create your CV, look at the realities
- On average, an employer does not spend more than 30 seconds on a CV. So it has to be short ৷ The presentation of the information must be clear Unnecessary or less important information should be avoided
- Biography of an inexperienced / newly passed job seeker should not be more than one to two pages.
- Your resume is your means of marketing yourself So it has to be interesting However, do not use anything flashy such as colored paper or colored ink If you want to highlight something, you can make it bold, italic or underline
- Remember, if there are any spelling mistakes or grammatical mistakes in your resume, the potential employer will have a negative impression of you. It will show that you are not able to do any work properly So after creating a CV, read it carefully and show it to someone who knows pure English.
- When you submit a resume to apply against a specific job advertisement, try to customize your CV to suit the needs of the job. For this, it is necessary to read the job advertisement well and do some research about the organization For example, if you know that an employer can hire you anywhere in Bangladesh, you can mention in your CV where you have been in Bangladesh before. Or if an employer is looking for someone to play the role of an ‘organizer’, then if you mention the role of an organizer in your student life, your CV will be of great value to the employer.
- It is very important that you provide accurate information in your CV Do not give any information which may be proved wrong in your job interview
Different Parts Of CV
The information that you will present in a CV is –
* Career Summary -> More need for those with experience 6
* Career objective -> Newly passed job candidates need more ৷
* Work Experience
* Additional Information
* Personal Information
Your full name will be at the beginning of the resume It should be bold and write in a slightly larger font (avoid nicknames) This will be followed by your address (the current address where you received the letter), phone number and e-mail address. This part will be in the middle of the top of the page, so that it is visible to the eye first
This is especially applicable for people who have more than 4-5 years of work experience In this section, you should mention in a maximum of 6-7 lines the areas of work of your previous job experience Briefly summarize your previous achievements (if any)
This is more applicable for newly passed job candidates or less experienced (1/2 year) job candidates. In this section you specify the immediate goal of your job and present your qualifications in terms of how it can meet the needs of the advertised job or the organization you are sending to. Briefly mention the positive features suitable for the job It is important to write Career Objective to suit the job advertisement or the needs of the company Emphasize what you can give to the company, not what you expect from the company
Experience: (work experience)
For experienced professionals, this part should come before the educational qualification In case of new pass or short experience, first education qualification (Education) and then experience should come
All that information up here are some of the ones I mentioned earlier:
* Organization name
* Designation (Designation)
* Time period- From & To
* Job responsibility
* Special achievement
If you have worked in different positions in the same organization at different times, then mention it separately
The most important thing is that you first mention your most recent experience, then one by one in the Resume Chronological Order which will end with your first experience.
It is better not to mention your less important or less time experience However, keep in mind that there is not too much time gap in your list of experience
Education & Training (Educational Qualifications & Training)
It has already been said that this part should be preceded by the Experience part for those who have just passed or have little experience In the Education section you will mention the names of your degrees and provide the following information
* Degree name (eg: SSC, HSC, BCom)
* Course duration (from when to when)
* Name of educational institution and board 6
* Year of examination and time of publication of results if required
* Result and if there is significant success (eg: merit list) then it should be mentioned.
In this case, as in Experience, you will first mention your most recent degree and then periodically mention the rest.
Note that if the final result of any of your degrees has not been published yet, you should mention ‘Appeared’ in the brackets while mentioning that degree. If you are studying in a course, mention ‘Ongoing’ In case of any degree, if your result is very bad, then there is no need to mention any result Remember to mention the results of one degree and not to mention the other
Mention if you have participated in any special training and if you find it helpful in your job qualification In that case also mention the name of the training organization, Topics, time (Duration) of the organization
You can list the training at the bottom of the Education section
In this section, describe all the information which does not fall under the above mentioned parts but is related to the job
* Professional Achievement
* Medal / Award.
* Language Literacy
* Computer Skills.
* License, Government Identity Card, Published Writing and Copyright
* Voluntary activities etc.
In this section parents, current / permanent address, religion, countries you have traveled to, hobbies etc. can be mentioned here.
Note that in the Reference section you do not mention the names of your close relatives You will refer to the person who has seen you closely in your student life or career Be sure to mention the phone number, address and e-mail (if any) of the people you are referring to Usually it is better to mention the names of maximum 2-3 people as reference However, the most important thing to keep in mind is that all the people you have referred to as Reference should be informed in advance that you have referred to them in your CV.