Tips for being a good listener

  1. Give your full attention on the person who is speaking. Don’t look out the window or at what else is going on in the room.
  2. Make sure your mind is focused, too. It can be easy to let your mind wander if you think you know what the person is going to say next, but you might be wrong! If you feel your mind wandering, change the position of your body and try to concentrate on the speaker’s words.
  3. Let the speaker finish before you begin to talk. Speakers appreciate having the chance to say everything they would like to say without being interrupted. When you interrupt, it looks like you aren’t listening, even if you really are.
  4. Let yourself finish listening before you begin to speak! You can’t really listen if you are busy thinking about what you want say next.
  5. Listen for main ideas. The main ideas are the most important points the speaker wants to get across. They may be mentioned at the start or end of a talk, and repeated a number of times. Pay special attention to statements that begin with phrases such as “My point is…” or “The thing to remember is…”
  6. Ask questions. If you are not sure you understand what the speaker has said, just ask. It is a good idea to repeat in your own words what the speaker said so that you can be sure your understanding is correct. For example, you might say, “When you said that no two zebras are alike, did you mean that the stripes are different on each one?”
  7. Give feedback. Sit up straight and look directly at the speaker. Now and then, nod to show that you understand. At appropriate points you may also smile, frown, laugh, or be silent. These are all ways to let the speaker know that you are really listening. Remember, you listen with your face as well as your ears!




Time Management Tips for Students

Managing your time well is an important element of success — especially if you’re a student. If you set priorities that fit your needs and lifestyle, you’ll have a better chance of achieving your goals.

Here are some tips for taking control of your time and organizing your life.

1. Make a To-Do List Every Day.

Put things that are most important at the top and do them first. And don’t forget to reward yourself for your accomplishments.

2. Use Spare Minutes Wisely.

When you’re commuting on the bus or train, use the time to get some reading done.

3. It’s Okay to Say No.

If your friend asks you to go to a movie on a Thursday night and you have an exam the next morning, realize that it’s okay to say no. Keep your short- and long-term priorities in mind.

4. Find the Right Time.

You’ll work more efficiently if you figure out when you do your best work. For example, if your brain handles math better in the afternoon, don’t wait to do it until late at night.

5. Review Your Notes Every Day.

Reviewing helps you reinforce what you’ve learned, so you need less time to study before a test. You’ll also be ready if you get called on in class or have to take a pop quiz.

6. Get a Good Night’s Sleep.

Your brain needs rest to perform at its peak. Lack of sleep makes the day seem longer and your tasks seem more difficult.

7. Communicate Your Schedule to Others.

If phone calls or text messages are proving to be a distraction, tell your friends that you are only available at certain times of day and not to expect a response at other times.

8. Become a Taskmaster.

Give yourself a time budget and plan your activities accordingly. Figure out how much free time you have each week before you add any commitments.

9. Don’t Waste Time Agonizing.

Instead of agonizing and procrastinating, just do it. Wasting an entire evening worrying about something that you’re supposed to be doing is not productive, and can increase your stress.

10. Determine Your Priorities.

You can’t do everything at once. Establish the importance of each item. Then set realistic goals that are attainable.


Importance of Writing skills

Communication skills, including writing, are one of the most important transferable skills that workers possess. Most business professionals, such as marketing, finance, and research and development managers, need excellent writing skills to properly convey ideas and concepts. There are many reasons that writing skills are important in the business world.


During a regular business day, bosses write emails to employees notifying them of meetings or providing instructions for specific projects. These written messages must be concise and self-explanatory, so workers can be productive and not waste time asking for further instructions. Business people are busy and well-written communications help save time. Additionally, good writing adds to the credibility of the writer and reflects positively on a company’s image.


Writing skills are particularly important to advertising copywriters. These professionals create magazine, newspaper, and Internet advertisements to convince readers to purchase a company’s products or services. For example, an advertisement’s headline must grab the consumer’s attention and get her to read the company’s offer. A company’s sales brochures and other advertising materials must also be written effectively.


Writing skills are important in many types of company communications, including emails, reports, presentations, company brochures, sales materials, and visual aids. For example, a marketing research manager’s reports should be comprehensive and informative, yet written on a level that any employee can understand. Plus, as more companies operate internationally, emails are replacing telephone communications.


Human resources managers need excellent writing skills to attract, select, and hire the right employees. It takes a considerable amount of money to place advertisements and hire employees. Job advertisements must appeal to job applicants with the right education and experience. Human resources managers with the best writing skills know how to state specific qualifications in a job advertisement.


Employees must not only know how to write effectively, they must also be discreet in their written work. For example, employees should not write emails when they are angry or upset as emails can be saved and later printed. An employee who says inappropriate things in an email can create trouble or even be fired. Jokes, profanity, and crude written communications are also prohibited in the workplace.


7 C’s of effective communication

There are 7 C’s of effective communication which are applicable to both written as well as oral communication. These are as follows:

  1. Completeness –The communication must be complete. It should convey all facts required by the audience. The sender of the message must take into consideration the receiver’s mind set and convey the message accordingly. A complete communication has following features:
    • Complete communication develops and enhances reputation of an organization.
    • Moreover, they are cost saving as no crucial information is missing and no additional cost is incurred in conveying extra message if the communication is complete.
    • A complete communication always gives additional information wherever required. It leaves no questions in the mind of receiver.
    • Complete communication helps in better decision-making by the audience/ readers/ receivers of message as they get all desired and crucial information.
    • It persuades the audience.
  1. Conciseness –Conciseness means wordiness, i.e, communicating what you want to convey in least possible words without forgoing the other C’s of communication. Conciseness is a necessity for effective communication. Concise communication has following features:
    • It is both time-saving as well as cost-saving.
    • It underlines and highlights the main message as it avoids using excessive and needless words.
    • Concise communication provides short and essential message in limited words to the audience.
    • Concise message is more appealing and comprehensible to the audience.
    • Concise message is non-repetitive in nature.
  2. Consideration –Consideration implies “stepping into the shoes of others”. Effective communication must take the audience into consideration, i.e, the audience’s view points, background, mind-set, education level, etc. Make an attempt to envisage your audience, their requirements, emotions as well as problems. Ensure that the self-respect of the audience is maintained and their emotions are not at harm. Modify your words in message to suit the audience’s needs while making your message complete. Features of considerate communication are as follows:
    • Emphasize on “you” approach.
    • Empathize with the audience and exhibit interest in the audience. This will stimulate a positive reaction from the audience.
    • Show optimism towards your audience. Emphasize on “what is possible” rather than “what is impossible”. Lay stress on positive words such as jovial, committed, thanks, warm, healthy, help, etc.
  3. Clarity –Clarity implies emphasizing on a specific message or goal at a time, rather than trying to achieve too much at once. Clarity in communication has following features:
    • It makes understanding easier.
    • Complete clarity of thoughts and ideas enhances the meaning of message.
    • Clear message makes use of exact, appropriate and concrete words.
  4. Concreteness –Concrete communication implies being particular and clear rather than fuzzy and general. Concreteness strengthens the confidence. Concrete message has following features:
    • It is supported with specific facts and figures.
    • It makes use of words that are clear and that build the reputation.
    • Concrete messages are not misinterpreted.
  5. Courtesy –Courtesy in message implies the message should show the sender’s expression as well as should respect the receiver. The sender of the message should be sincerely polite, judicious, reflective and enthusiastic. Courteous message has following features:
    • Courtesy implies taking into consideration both viewpoints as well as feelings of the receiver of the message.
    • Courteous message is positive and focused at the audience.
    • It makes use of terms showing respect for the receiver of message.
    • It is not at all biased.
  6. Correctness –Correctness in communication implies that there are no grammatical errors in communication. Correct communication has following features:
    • The message is exact, correct and well-timed.
    • If the communication is correct, it boosts up the confidence level.
    • Correct message has greater impact on the audience/ readers.
    • It checks for the precision and accurateness of facts and figures used in the message.
    • It makes use of appropriate and correct language in the message.

Awareness of these 7 C’s of communication makes you an effective communicator.


Know more about making a presentation

Know the needs of your audience and match your contents to their needs. Know your material thoroughly. Put what you have to say in a logical sequence. Ensure your speech will be captivating to your audience as well as worth their time and attention. Practice and rehearse your speech at home or where you can be at ease and comfortable, in front of a mirror, your family, friends or colleagues. Use a tape-recorder and listen to yourself. Videotape your presentation and analyze it. Know what your strong and weak points are. Emphasize your strong points during your presentation.

When you are presenting in front of an audience, you are performing as an actor is on stage. How you are being perceived is very important. Dress appropriately for the occasion. Be solemn if your topic is serious. Present the desired image to your audience. Look pleasant, enthusiastic, confident, proud, but not arrogant. Remain calm. Appear relaxed, even if you feel nervous. Speak slowly, enunciate clearly, and show appropriate emotion and feeling relating to your topic. Establish rapport with your audience. Speak to the person farthest away from you to ensure your voice is loud enough to project to the back of the room. Vary the tone of your voice and dramatize if necessary. If a microphone is available, adjust and adapt your voice accordingly.

Body language is important. Standing, walking or moving about with appropriate hand gesture or facial expression is preferred to sitting down or standing still with head down and reading from a prepared speech. Use audio-visual aids or props for enhancement if appropriate and necessary. Master the use of presentation software such as PowerPoint well before your presentation. Do not over-dazzle your audience with excessive use of animation, sound clips, or gaudy colors which are inappropriate for your topic. Do not torture your audience by putting a lengthy document in tiny print on an overhead and reading it out to them.

Speak with conviction as if you really believe in what you are saying. Persuade your audience effectively. The material you present orally should have the same ingredients as that which are required for a written research paper, i.e. a logical progression from INTRODUCTION (Thesis statement) to BODY (strong supporting arguments, accurate and up-to-date information) to CONCLUSION (re-state thesis, summary, and logical conclusion).

Do not read from notes for any extended length of time although it is quite acceptable to glance at your notes infrequently. Speak loudly and clearly. Sound confident. Do not mumble. If you made an error, correct it, and continue. No need to make excuses or apologize profusely.

Maintain sincere eye contact with your audience. Use the 3-second method, e.g. look straight into the eyes of a person in the audience for 3 seconds at a time. Have direct eye contact with a number of people in the audience, and every now and then glance at the whole audience while speaking. Use your eye contact to make everyone in your audience feel involved.

Speak to your audience, listen to their questions, respond to their reactions, adjust and adapt. If what you have prepared is obviously not getting across to your audience, change your strategy mid-stream if you are well prepared to do so. Remember that communication is the key to a successful presentation. If you are short of time, know what can be safely left out. If you have extra time, know what could be effectively added. Always be prepared for the unexpected.

Pause. Allow yourself and your audience a little time to reflect and think. Don’t race through your presentation and leave your audience, as well as yourself, feeling out of breath.

Add humor whenever appropriate and possible. Keep audience interested throughout your entire presentation. Remember that an interesting speech makes time fly, but a boring speech is always too long to endure even if the presentation time is the same.

When using audio-visual aids to enhance your presentation, be sure all necessary equipment is set up and in good working order prior to the presentation. If possible, have an emergency backup system readily available.  Check out the location ahead of time to ensure seating arrangements for audience, whiteboard, blackboard, lighting, location of projection screen, sound system, etc. are suitable for your presentation.

Have handouts ready and give them out at the appropriate time. Tell audience ahead of time that you will be giving out an outline of your presentation so that they will not waste time taking unnecessary notes during your presentation.

Know when to STOP talking. Use a timer or the microwave oven clock to time your presentation when preparing it at home. Just as you don’t use unnecessary words in your written paper, you don’t bore your audience with repetitious or unnecessary words in your oral presentation. To end your presentation, summarize your main points in the same way as you normally do in the CONCLUSION of a written paper. Remember, however, that there is a difference between spoken words appropriate for the ear and formally written words intended for reading. Terminate your presentation with an interesting remark or an appropriate punch line. Leave your listeners with a positive impression and a sense of completion. Do not belabor your closing remarks. Thank your audience and sit down.

Have the written portion of your assignment or report ready for your instructor if required.


10 Ways to Improve Your Technical Skills

1. Read technical books

One of the best ways to improve your technical skills is by reading books.  As a teenager I used to buy computer books at the local bookstore.  Today it’s far better to shop online because you can more easily find the true gems and avoid the lemons. The WWW is vast; search for a book on a particular topic you wish to learn, and check the reviews and ratings.

Even when you opt to buy technical books locally (such as for an easy return if it doesn’t suit you), you can still check the online reviews to rule out the bad ones.  Take your time previewing books in the bookstore or online, especially if cost is a concern.  If you can’t understand the first chapter, don’t waste your money.

Although technical books can be expensive and are often padded with lengthy code listings and other fluff, the good ones make up for it with clearly organized, well-edited, well-indexed content.  Books in their second edition or later are great choices because they’ve already been through at least one round of testing in the marketplace.

2. Read online tutorials

The advantage of online tutorials over books is that they’re accessible, timely, and of course free.  The disadvantage is that they usually aren’t professionally edited, which can leave them lacking in completeness and/or clarity.  However, they often sport other features like abundant interlinking, user comments, and interactive demos.  Sometimes the comments are better than the original information, since they can contain lots of additional tips and suggestions.

3. Hang out with geeks

If you spend enough time with technical people, some of their knowledge will rub off on you.  Even geeks learn from other geeks, but if you aren’t much of a geek yourself, a great way to accelerate the development of your technical skills is to join a local computer club or users group.  Use APCUG (Association of Personal Computer User Groups) and/or WUGNET (Windows Users Group Network) to find a group near you.  Such groups usually welcome new members of any skill level.  Contact one of them and attend a meeting as a guest to see if you like it.

Once you join a computer club or other geek-ridden association, volunteering is a great way to make fast friends.  These nonprofit associations are frequently in need of volunteers for committee and project work; even if your technical skills are weak, they often just need raw manpower.

4. Subscribe to technical magazines

For most technical magazines used to be one of my favorite outlets for learning. They are handy and you can pick one anytime even before you doze off. Each edition of magazine will have something new. The new technology in market will always keep your interest. Research further on your interest until you master it.

5. Take classes

If group learning is your thing, look for college extension courses and other classroom and workshop offerings in your area.

A key advantage of classroom learning is the opportunity to interact with an experienced educator.  Teachers with decades of experience know plenty of educational distinctions you won’t find in books or online tutorials.  And unlike many technical writers, they know how to teach. If you really want the degree, consider going to college and majoring in a technical subject

6. Create your own web site

Long-term readers of this site know I’m a big fan of experiential learning.  Setting a goal to create a basic web site is a great way to learn practical skills like HTML and CSS.  When you have a compelling reason to learn, your goals will accelerate your learning, and you’ll learn with a focus on practical application.

So the simple decision to make some basic web sites eventually led to generating abundant sustainable income from online businesses.  We learned by doing.

7. Build your own PC

If you want to develop better hardware skills, a great project is to build your own PC from scratch. You’ll save money, learn a lot about how your computer works, and end up with a nicely customized machine that you can easily upgrade.  This may or may not be a good use of your time, but it’s worthwhile for the experience.

If this project makes you nervous, you really don’t need to follow this.  But if you feel comfortable researching and selecting components and carefully following assembly directions, it’s a rewarding way to spend a day.

8. Embrace a variety of software

General software productivity improves with breadth of experience, so use many different software programs (online or offline) to improve your overall ability to get things done through software. One should usually dive in and start using them without going through the tutorials or reading the manual.

Branch out from software myopia, and experience the full richness of using many different interfaces.  You’ll learn a lot about interface design from image editing programs, programming tools, and of course computer games.  The greater the variety of interfaces you experience, the faster you’ll be able to learn and master each new program you use.

9. Learn to program

Programming is the art of instructing a computer to perform a task.  The key to accomplishing this feat is learning to think like a computer.  Programming is one of the most mentally challenging tasks a human being can perform, but nothing compares to the satisfaction of engineering a piece of code to solve a specific problem.

10. Think on practical implementation

Students usually study during the last minute of their exams and get pretty decent marks and pass their examination and mean while complete their graduation too. But the problem statement here is where do they learn? Students need to think logically while they study. They should always look into how their lessons can be implemented practically. This will enhance their technical skills and will let them understand their subjects well and gradually the gap between the industry and the academia will also be bridged.

Source: Internet

Bridging the Industry and Academia gap by Workshops

Workshops are one great solution in bridging the gap between Industry and Academics. PurpleLeap is an authorities partner with Robotics Certification Standards Alliance (RCSA) and Microsoft Technology Associates (MTA). PurpleLeap will conduct workshop training and certification exams right in the college campus.

The dual objective of the workshop is to provide hands-on exposure to students on Microsoft Technology and Robotics and to prepare them for MTA Certification and Robotics Certification Exams.

The colleges can choose among the following workshop catogory:

1. Embedded Systems Workshop

2. Mobile Robotics Workshop

3. MTA .net Workshop

4. MTA Networking workshop

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Hiring up in IT, FMCG sectors in Jan: Monster.Com

Ushering in the New Year on a positive note, hiring activities saw an improvement in sectors like IT and FMCG in January, says a report. Leading job portal Monster.Com’s monthly Employment Index witnessed annual growth of about 6% in January, indicating better recruitment conditions. “Given the current global economic conditions, it is not surprising to see continued single-digit annual growth in the Index,” Monster.Com Managing Director (India/Middle East/South East Asia) Sanjay Modi said in a statement. “However, employers have started the year on a relatively positive note with continued recruitment within large sectors like IT, FMCG and import/export,” he noted. The Employment Index— which reflects monthly online job demand— rose to 120 in January this year from 113 in the year-ago period.

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Mindtree to take 4,000 freshers for 2012-13

Global IT and product engineering services company MindTree will recruit about 4,000 freshers from the campuses during the fiscal 2012-13. This is part of its efforts to widen the employee base to cut down personnel expenses, said its VC Subroto Bagchi. “We are not flat at the base. We need to achieve that so there will be significant addition of freshers,” he said. “We could have been more risk taking in our earlier attempts. The markets did not perform as bad as has been portrayed,” he said adding the firm for the next fiscal did not want to be a conservative recruiter.

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Source: Financial Chronicle

Effective Resume – what goes in and what should not

In India, millions of students graduating every year apply for key positions in reputed organisations. An effectively crafted ‘resume’ is the first step to meeting a prospective employer. Old timers could afford to learn the art of making a resume through experience but not if you are seeking a job opportunity in the information technology age.

Most people find the idea of creating a resume overwhelming. Even the notion of revamping an existing resume can be daunting. Employers receive almost 100 to 200 resumes in response to a job posting, and only the resume that catches their eye will get a chance to get to the interview round and hence the resume has to stand out from the crowd.

Resumes and Curriculum Vitae both have similar purposes -– as marketing documents that provide key information about your skills, experiences, education, and personal qualities that show you as the ideal candidate.

Below are the Q-A sessions in Rediff chat answered by Amit Bansal, the founder and CEO of PurpleLeap.


RAJESH asked, Sir, how much salary rise in expected salary column, we should mention
Amit Bansal answers, yes, if you have already had a phone interview or if it is on a portal or newspaper. It is tricky but you will have to play the ‘game’ here.

Guddu askedHi Amit, Does resumes development from online employment search service providers enhance the chance of getting short listed?
Amit Bansal answers, It depends. You should not depend on it solely. Do it as one of the one things which might help you to get the job you want.

nilgoa asked, The resume should be of how many pages? Is it necessary to submit covering letter all the time with resume?
Amit Bansal answers, Covering letter can really help the employer understand you well. Just like the resume it needs to be written well. While resume is objective in its nature, covering letter is like a story told from a professional angle. Attach it if you feel you are proud about it.

Psa asked, How many pages should the ideal resume be? I have 17 yrs of experience… can i leave out the details from my very 1st and 2nd jobs to fit the resume in 2 pages?
Amit Bansal answers, If it so happens that your 1st and 2nd jobs are relevant in terms of domain to what you are seeking; then do not leave it out. Do not leave out anything just because it was done long back.

simple asked, i am a designer…..can i attach few of my good works with my resume itself. in case of hard copy can i pin my work with the resume?
Amit Bansal answers, Usually design fields use the idea of a portfolio. In your case it may apply as well. Focus on getting your portfolio right and keep your resume simple and effective and mention to the employer that you have a prepared portfolio. Normally don’t attach designs etc to the resume…

Rupesh asked, Hi Amit, as i working in purchase dept. there is no such achievements which can be mentioned in resume. can you please guide me
Amit Bansal answers, Ask yourself how long have you worked there. Also sit with somebody you trust in the company and get them to help you with your contributions for the time you have worked. You may just surprise yourself!

nilgoa asked,  resume should be of how many pages??? Salaray increment by 50% – can it be mentioned as achievement??
Amit Bansal answers, Resume length depends on the your experience. Having said that even 20 years of experience should not exceed 4 pages.

pankajsirwani asked,  How important is it to mention “Objective” in the resume? And if its important should it be a “Long term objective ” or “Short term objective ”
Amit Bansal answers, Make sure both- long and short term appear on your resume. Some people use the following titles: Career Objective Job Objective Obviously the career will be long term and Job will be very specific. All the best.

Bandhu asked, I have worked for some year ITES and now I am looking for IT jobs, how should I present this transition in da resume
Amit Bansal answersRemember transitions can show your strengths as well. ITES to IT transition can mean a lot of things. It will depend how you want to highlight the transition. Are you getting into a developers role, project management role, testing role, accordingly you may have to highlight your experience(s)

mayur asked, Hello sir, Is it required to write the post what I am applying for on the resume?? Please reply I am confused for that.
Amit Bansal answers, For some companies not just the post but the number will also be mandatory. Check with the details given on the job posting.

nandan asked, Hi Amit, Why is a resume sometimes called CV? Or they are not interchangeable? Would someone with work ex say CV and students say resume? Or is the difference country specific?
Amit Bansal answers, Yes they are. Make sure you are getting the full form of CV right if you use it.

rajurasthoki asked, i did a intern in a company but i not got any certificate…. is it good to mention my intern in resume or not>??????
Amit Bansal answers, Can you get references (your boss or someone senior)from this internship? do you have a project report for this work? if yes for at least one question then mention it…

Naveen askedis it important to mention role & responsibility of all company in which worked
Amit Bansal answers, yes…role, responsibility add it but keep it very brief and detail your achievements in each role…

piya asked, what is standard font and size one has to follow while writing resume?
Amit Bansal answers, times new roman, arial, calibri are all ok, keep your font between 10 and 12 for text and use 14 for headers and use 17 – 20 for name. For address you can use 8 or 9…

ASUME asked, Hi is it mandatory to mention date of birth in Resume & also marital status. Also do I need to mention no children if married??? Please advise…
Amit Bansal answers, avoid any personal info like the ones you have mentioned. companies will anyways get you fill it up when you are recruited.

harshal asked, where i get the drafts for preparing resume?
Amit Bansal answers, Drafts are available on the net…start with objective, educataion, project experience and end with hobbies. Keep it sincere, simple, consistent and add a lot of relevant details.

b asked, SIr, Does adding photograph have some advantage or a difference in a resume?
Amit Bansal answers, It depends on the types of roles you are applying for. If you are not sure, then send it without…

deepa asked, Hi Amit, Is it mandatory to include reference section in my resume?
Amit Bansal answersNot mandatory. Include it if the company has asked for it…make sure you have informed your references as well otherwise they might get surprised with the call.

shivaji asked, is it mandatory to mention previous company project
Amit Bansal answers, The previous company project is usually the most important. You would be judged on what you have done and achieved in your previous role and work. So yes, do your due diligence on that…

Andre asked, Amit, is it mandatory to have a video resume? How is this helpful? Any tips to make one?
Amit Bansal answers, I understand that video resume is becoming popular. yet there are no confirmed findings that a lot of employers are asking for it. Check with your potential employer if they are looking for one. Only then send it. A word of caution though: Make sure the video is professionally shot and you are dressed professionally for it. You do not want a regular youtub type of video right?

sonalika asked, Hi Amit, I have 5 years of experience in the IT feild. Should I mention every project I have worked on while writing a resume?
Amit Bansal answersFirst write down all your achievements alongside your projects. Then put it down in reverse chronological order, i.e. 2012, 2011, 2010. after that you include the projects which have the most relevant experience and achievements in the resume.

Juvin asked, Hi Amit, good afternoon. I have prepared my resume in three different formats and now am confused which one is the right one. Can you please let me know if there is a correct format for writing resumes
Amit Bansal answersI suggest you show them to at least 2 people. One from your domain and one who is not. Incorporate their feedback. Finally look at all the 3 formats and then ask yourself- which do you feel is the most honest, clear and compelling.

Krish asked, how to differentiate my resume from the others?
Amit Bansal answersThe best resumes are the ones which are well thought through. To explain more, you would need to take your resume through at least 3 or 4 rounds of editing. Have you done that? Then after this, ensure show your resume to at least 2 types of people. One who knows your subject and one who doesn’t. Both these will help you make your stand out. All the best!

sunil askedPlease give me a sample of resume for accounting field.
Amit Bansal answersCouple of thoughts here…First do some searches of experts in the accounting field on the net. Go through these and you will start seeing a pattern in their resume. Second, keep in mind that accounting is about consistency and credibility, use such key words in your resume and also think adding relevant references in your resume. Of course, add references only if the company is asking for it.

ChaheYehMile asked, I am a software professional with 2 years experience in PL/SQL development and 1.5 years in performance testing. What should my resume headline be?
Amit Bansal answers, First things first. For your resume headline you would need think about about what interests you in performance testing. Have you thought of that?

Vikram asked, I wanted to know how I can write effective resume for software field
Amit Bansal answers, The process of writing a resume remains the same. But yes for the software field, you have to ensure that you are keeping in mind the job descriptions (JD) you would be interested in. Have you gone through the JDs? After that you need to select the key words from the JD and then ensure that it appears on your resume

ashvin asked, how to write resume..
Amit Bansal answersFirst you need to get together all your academic and work related facts together. For example like projects completed, whom you worked for, what you did in the project. Get it all compiled first.



Chat Date: 8 February, 2012