Monday, 22 September 2014

Content 1: Web Implementation and Curriculum Vitae

Curriculum Vitae: CV an outline of a person's educational and professional history, usually prepared for job applications (L, lit.: the course of one's life). Another name for a CV is a resume.

A CV is the most flexible and convenient way to make applications. It conveys our personal details in the way that presents us in the best possible light. A CV is a marketing document in which we are marketing something. We need to "sell" our skills, abilities, qualifications and experience to employers. It can be used to make multiple applications to employers in a specific career area. For this reason, many large graduate recruiters will not accept CV and instead use their own application form.

An application form is designed to bring out the essential information and personal qualities that the employer requires and does not allow us to gloss over our weaker points as a CV does. In addition, the time needed to fill out these forms is seen as a reflection of our commitment to the career.

There is no "one best way" to construct a CV: it is our document and can be structured as we wish within the basic framework below. It can be on paper or on-line or even on a T-shirt (a gimmicky approach that might work for "creative" jobs but not generally advised!).

When should a CV be used?

  • When an employer asks for applications to be received in this format.
  • When an employer simply states "apply to ..." without specifying the format.
  • When making speculative applications (when writing to an employer who has not advertised a vacancy but who we hope may have one).

What information should a CV include?

What are the most important aspects of CV that we look for?

One survey of employers found that the following aspects were most looked for 

(From the brilliant 2010 Orange County Resume Survey by Eric Hidden)

45%Previous related work experience
35%Qualifications & skills
25%Easy to read
14%Spelling & grammar
9%Education (these were not just graduate recruiters or this score would be much higher!)
9%Intangibles: individuality/desire to succeed
3%Clear objective
2%Keywords added
1%Contact information
1%Personal experiences
1%Computer skills

Personal details

Normally these would be our name, address, date of birth (although with age discrimination laws now in force this isn't essential), telephone number and email.

So, at above, it's just the references that I learn from other website before we getting an interview. It useful at another day to apply the job. And at the below, I also already provide my own Curriculum Vitae (resume) to people comment that it need to add something or not. So, please recommend me i you have. 
My Picture
Name: Nur Diyanah Binti Mokhtar
Date of Birth: 29.06.1994
Born in: Kluang, Johor.
Adress: No 2,Lorong 1,Kampung Kolam Air, 86000 Kluang,Johor.
Status: In A Relationship.
Nationally: Malaysian.
Blood Group: B+
ID Student: CVB140725586
Driving Licene : B( P)
No.Phone: 010-6692857

UPSR ( 2001-2006)
1) Penulisan : A
2) Pemahaman : A
3) Matematik : B
4) Sains :B
5) Bahasa Inggeris : C

PMR ( 2007-2009) 
1) Bahasa Melayu : A
2) Pendidikan Islam : A
3) Matematik : A
4) Sains : A
5) Geografi : A
6) Sejarah : B
7) Perdagangan : B
8) Bahasa Inggeris : C

SPM (2009-2011)
1) Bahasa Melayu : A+
2) Pendidikan Islam : A
3) Sejarah : B+
4) Matematik : C+
5) Bahasa Inggeris : D
6) Fizik : D
7) Biologi : D
8) Kimia : E
9) Matametik Tambahan : E

STPM ( 2012-2013)
1) Pengajian Am : B-
2) Geografi : C+
3) Bahasa Melayu : C
4) Ekonomi : D

DEGREE ( 2014-2017 )
BSc Hons Computer Science collaboration with Coventry Uk.

Language :
Malays, English

Fashion and Dressmaking
Microsoft Word (Typing)
Microsoft Word (Power Point)
Microsoft Word (Excel)

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This is my curriculum vitae that i create by myself that simple, concise and easy to read. I hope, all people can do as much as you can. 

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