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Guidelines for Freshers

Guidelines for Freshers



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Some resume writing tips

The first important thing is your resume should not have any grammatical or spelling
mistakes. I see many resumes without any proper alignment of the text. Use a good font
and size.


For a fresher it is always must to mention their percentages in the resume. Some people mention only for their highest degree and not for all. This is not acceptable in most of the companies. Try to keep your highest degree as the first in the table.


Your e-mail and phone number should be visible at first sight. Please do not expect HR to search and find your mail-id in the resume. Some people keep their mail-id in the header of the doc. Try to avoid this practice. Double check your mail-id and phone number before sending your resume

Save the mail in your sent items whenever you apply to a company.
Do not apply to multiple companies in one mail. If you cannot avoid it at least use "BCC"
instead of "To"
Do not keep your passport number in the resume, nobody will ask for that.
Do not keep more than three pages in your resume.

Make sure that your resume contains at least two very good projects but do not keep
more than three. Generally two are enough. The more the projects you keep the more the
questions you face.

You must be familiar with C, C++ and basic JAVA concepts
Following is the descending order of number questions from each subject interviewer will ask.
Data Structures (Very important) - Try to exercise simple programs on all types of data
Operating systems - Should be familiar with all basic concepts and definitions, try to learn
some OS algorithms
Computer Networks (TCP/IP, ISO-OSI, Congestion, etc...)
DBMS (Basic definitions, Normalization with examples)
Software Engineering (s/w paradigms, types of testing and its definition and SDLC)
Apart from the above you should exercise RS Agarwal Objective Aptitude, Sukunthala Devi
Puzzles and some math and English in old GRE book.

For a fresher no one will ask for J2EE, .NET and some other software in the market. Once you
are selected they will train you according to their requirement. Please remove it from your resume
unless if you get a call based on those software.

The most important thing is confidence. Just attend the interview that you will get the job.
Be clear in your answers
Ask twice if you are unable to understand the question
Use paper if you are unable to explain. It is always easy explaining using a paper

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