Sample Curriculum Vitae Information Technology
#5588, konappa nagar,
Mobile No: 21-99999999
Seeking a position to utilize my skills and abilities in the Information Technology Industry that offers Professional growth while being resourceful, innovative and flexible.
Maharaja Engineering College - May, 2006
B.TECH (Information Technology)
Percentage scored: 67%
Shri Ganga Higher Secondary School - Mar, 2002
Percentage scored: 88%
Govt Boys Higher Secondary School - Mar, 2000
Percentage scored: 68%
Languages: C, C , CORE JAVA, VB 6.0,UNIX shell scripts, HTML
Platforms: Windows xp/98/95,2000,NT, Red hat Linux (9.0, ES, WS)
Concepts: networking, operating systems
Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) -Enterprise Linux 4 # 1114006719821418
Expertise in: Installing Red hat Linux configuring servers (DNS, FTP, NFS, NIS, SAMBA, APACHE, DHCP, MAIL), Trouble shooting, user permissions (LVM)
Brain-bench certified Linux Assessment #T20110714001A
1. Final Semester Project as Part of the B.TECH Curriculum.
Project Name: "Integrated Java Based Web server"
Description: The powerful web server that enhances java based applications and provides authentication.
1. Creating a Manual Dictionary in V.B. 6.
2. Deleting the files concurrently using shell scripts
Linux Servers, Distributed systems
OTHER ACTIVITIES & HOBBIES:
Organizing various cultural & WON Prizes.
Age & DOB: 21 years, 21-06-1985
Marital Status: Single
Permanent: 18/120, Gurusamy Nagar,
Contact Number: 0111 -11112027
Languages Known: English, Tamil
I hereby declare that the above written particulars are true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Sample Curriculum Vitae Information Technology
Street, City, State, Zip
Assistant Professor, Psychology
Ph.D., Psychology, University of Minnesota, 2006
Concentrations: Psychology, Community Psychology
Dissertation: A Study of Learning Disabled Children in a Low Income Community
M.A., Psychology, University at Albany, 2003
Concentrations: Psychology, Special Education
Thesis: Communication Skills of Learning Disabled Children
B.A, Psychology, California State University, Long Beach, CA, 2000
Instructor, 2004 - 2006
University of Minnesota
Course: Psychology in the Classroom
Teaching Assistant, 2002 - 2003
University at Albany
Courses: Special Education, Learning Disabilities
Extensive knowledge of SPSSX and SAS statistical programs.
Smith John (2006). The behavior of learning disabled adolescents in the classrooms. Paper presented at the Psychology Conference at the University of Minnesota.
Smith, John (2005). The behavior of learning disabled adolescents in the classroom. Journal of Educational Psychology, 120 - 125.
Grants and Fellowships:
RDB Grant (University of Minnesota Research Grant, 2005), $2000
Workshop Grant (for ASPA meeting in New York, 2004), $1500
Awards and Honors:
Treldar Scholar, 2005
Academic Excellent Award, 2003
Skills and Qualifications:
Microsoft Office, Internet
Programming ability in C++ and PHP
Fluent in German, French and Spanish
Excellent references available upon request.
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Mr. Christopher Anderson
Ohio Chem. Corporation
10515 Carnegie Ave
Cleveland, Ohio 40618
Dear Mr. Anderson
I am replying to your advertisement in the February issue of Cosmetic Chemistry
My work with Basic Pharmaceutical’s Anesthetic and Analgesic Division consisted primarily of developing and testing non-oleaginous bases for tropical anesthetics. The bases, of course, had to be broadly anti-allergic if they were to be of commercial value and were tested for the same. Our procedures, in both development and testing, were similar to those used in the cosmetic industry, and our tests were at least as rigorous.
My resume also shows, as your ad requested, heavy quantitative analysis and quality control experience.
We should speak further; I will be in New York for the Pharmaceutical Chemists’ Society meeting next month. When can we arrange an interview for that time?
Thank you for your consideration
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