How to Write a Resume
Everybody should have a resume ready to be submitted. A resume can open doors to an internship opportunity and eventually job offers. Self-promotion is not easy. Whether you’re a fresher or a senior in college, you still have to talk about yourself in the right way when applying for professional opportunities. And one of the key ingredients of self-promotion is the resume. Nail it, and you get your foot in the door. Blow it, and you blow your chances at a better job, better career or even a better life.
Working as a Biomedical professional is an amazingly rewarding career. Not only do you get to help individuals physically and emotionally, but you have a chance to work in a stimulating environment.
The great news is that Biomedical professionals are in high demand, which means there are a lot of jobs out there waiting for you. But this doesn’t mean you will automatically score any job you apply for. You still need to create a great resume to get your foot in the door. Here are some tips to get it done:
Choose Between the Resume and CV
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Biomedical Engineering is a field , which is developing tremendously in India, But Students who study this course of Biomedical Engineering in India are not happy with this course , the only reason being is stated as
Today, I want to address the same issue with the perspective of student who is like me, reading status updates on facebook & who is making 🙁 smileys when asked about jobs ,Please read the information mentioned Below carefully, May be something someday may help you in getting a dream job like this only.
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Biomedical Engineering trainee is required in the AIMS, Faridabad
How to apply
Email your resume with the subject” Resume for Biomedical Engineering trainee at AIMS through Kush Tripathi (www.biomedikal.in)” Email your resume to
Er Pankaj Sharma,( Biomedical Engineer , Asian Institute of Medical Sciences, Faridabad)(email@example.com)
About the Hospital
Asian Institute of Medical Sciences (AIMS) is a 350 bed Super specialty tertiary care hospital, truly futuristic in its services & technology and brings together some of the most talented medical professionals in India. The Institute provides preventive, diagnostic, therapeutic, rehabilitative, palliative and support services under one roof and is designed to meet patient care and research requirements of the new millennium.
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Before you begin assembling application:
• Read the eligibility criteria carefully; don’t waste time preparing applications to
programs for which you will not be considered.
• Read all of the FAQs. Nothing makes a program director crankier than your
asking a question that has already been answered.
• Follow all of the links on the website. Those links were included because
someone in the training program office thought they had information that would
be useful to you.
• Visit a career website
Read and follow all directions.
• If the directions for the cover letter ask you to discuss four points, make certain
that you address all four.
• If you are asked to list all the courses you have taken and the grades you
received, do not just list science courses.
Timing: Never submit your application at the last minute.
• Editing and polishing your application is important, and it takes time.
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