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Explain the preparation of an effective CV. Why is it important to send a cover letter with the CV?

Here are some essential rules to prepare an effective CV:
  • Make sure you give your contact particulars encompassing your e-mail id, phone number and address.
  • In a CV, a job objective serves the purpose. It is a crisp and concise line at the top of the CV which states your career goal.
  • It is advisable to write a paragraph containing the summary of the entire resume.
  • The work experience section includes the name of the company, designation and its time frame.
  • Educational details with the year of completion must be mentioned accurately. Honors and Awards section includes relevant academic recognitions to add extra zing to the CV.
  • Reference section is not obligatory. If included, it can say "available upon request."

Importance of sending a cover letter with the CV:
  • Some hiring managers only read the covering letter, so if there isn't one you're out;
  • The CV covering letter allows you to express your interest in a precise and targeted way;
  • Recruitment advertisers often ask for some specific information which belongs in the covering letter;
  • You will be seen as (a) lazy or (b) disinterested if you don't send a covering letter;
  • The main advantage of the cover letter is that you can match yourself to the employer's needs;
  • You can demonstrate why you are the strongest candidate as well as gently flattering the receiver.

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  1. Objective in CV should be customized, because it makes recruiters to feel that you can satisfy the company requirements.


     http://www.sampleresumeobjectives.org/secretary.html

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