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DESCRIPTIONThis session was conducted to the students of GEMS ITI who were passing out of the institute. This was conducted on 8th May 2009
- 1. For GEMS ITI students 8 thMay 2009, Karwandiya
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- My Technical skills & Generic skills
- My strong points and weak points
- My short term and long term goals
- What can I offer this particular employer?
- What do I like doing?
- Skills & duties required
- Job description
- Meet people working in the FIELD
- FUTURE trends Is technology changing the JOB?
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- How big is it?
- What are its products and who does it serve?
- What is its history?
- Have there been any recent changes, new developments?
- Long-sleeved shirt and dark slacks
- Tuck in the shirt and do not roll up the sleeves
- Ties- small dots, diagonal stripes & small repeating shapes are all acceptable
- Belts- Those with smaller buckles with squared lines look more professional
- Socks Black, blue or gray. Never white! Sock length-no skin should show when you sit down or cross your legs
- Shoes- Black or burgundy leather shoes with laces on them
- Hair- Keep neat & short. And shave off all those facial hair
- Jewellery Only watches. No chains! No bracelets!
- 1. Education
- 2. Experience
- 3. Stability
- 4. Initiative
- 5. General Ability
- 6. Interpersonal Skills
- 7. Confidence
- 8. Aptitude
- 9. Pleasant Looks
- Don't overcrowd your resume; allow for plenty of white space.
- Keep your resume to one page whenever possible.
- Use a font that is easy to read. Times Roman works well.
- Your name, address, and phone number should appear on your resume, preferably at the top of the page.
- Print your resume on white paper using a good-quality printer.
- Print on one side of the paper only.
- Avoid spelling mistakes Proof read
- The duties you currently perform should be in present tense
- Duties you may have performed at past jobs should be in past tense
- When expressing numbers, write out all numbers between one and nine (i.e., one, five, seven), but use numerals for all numbers 10 and above (i.e., 10, 25, 108)
- Consistent Date formats (i.e.08/05/09 or 8 May, 2009, or 08.05.09)
- References Who knows you very well. Phone number and e-mail ID of the reference
- Skills & Experiences Be Honest! No exaggerations or false reports!
- Contact Information :
- 1. Full name
- 2. Campus and permanent addresses
- 3. Telephone numbers
- 4. Email address
- Objective :Short specific statement that includes position, industry, and/or relevant skills
- Summary of Qualifications :" A proven track record of completing difficult projects on schedule . ..
- Education :List most recent degree first.
- 1. Name of institution, city and state
- 2. Degree, major and year awarded
- Skills :Mention all your field related skills which makes your resume outstanding.
- Experience :List the most recent first.
- Job title
- Employer name and location (city and state)
- Dates of employment
- Active description of your responsibilities and accomplishments
- Activities :Campus and community activities.
- References:Write the name, position & contact information of your references.
- Directive Questions-"What skills do you have that relate to this position?"(Focused answer)
- Non-Directive Questions -"Tell me about yourself."(your education, related experience, skills and abilities, and personal attributes)
- Scenario Questions- to test your problem-solving abilities
- Behavioral Questions-"Give me an example of a work situation in which you were proud of your performance."(Relate & answer to the position)
- Be a good listener. Dont look around & ask the interviewer to repeat the question.
- When you answer a question, look the interviewer in the eye.
- Control your nervous habits. Don't swing your foot, talk with your hands, or fiddle with rings, buttons, pens, etc.
- Try not to appear bored or anxious. Don't look at your watch.
- Avoid closed postures. Sit upright, but not stiffly.
- Try to find a comfortable position as that will make you feel more relaxed.
- Dont lean on the table.
- Thank the interviewer for his time and consideration.
- Ask when you can expect to hear from him.
- If it is not known when a decision will be reached, ask if you can phone in a week's time to inquire about the progress.
- If the interviewer offers his hand, shake it firmly. Otherwise, it is fine to offer yours first.
- The horse is made ready for the DAY of BATTLE,
- But VICTORY comes from the LORD.
- Proverbs 21:31