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Some relevant & important tips for Campus Placement

Campus Placement is a significant moment in any student's college life. It is the time when they get to face many aspects of emotions like nervousness, worry, excitement, and many more.
Campus Placements can be terrifying. There is a lot of importance associated with it, but for pre-final and final year students, it's what the course of their career depends on!

 

 

Everyone is going to have their journey through this time, and hopefully, this guide can help any student understand what to expect.

 


Resume Writing


1.Educational Qualifications 

 

                             

 


A. Class 10 and Class 12 grades.

 


School grades are the most basic educational qualification you have. Hence, the scores are important. In most cases, it won't negatively impact your performance in the interview.

 


B. Current GPA

 

 
Right off the bat, let's get one thing clear. Don't lie on your resume. You might get blacklisted from the process itself. Moreover, you don't want to portray yourself as someone you're not.  Maintaining an average CGPA is necessary to qualify for most companies, so anything above 7 - 7.5 is safe. You're in the ultimate safe zone with an 8.5+.

 

 
C. Mention co-curricular activities

 


Academics is only one part of your personality. Nowadays, people have so much more going on in their applications along with good grades. It's almost necessary to have suitable curricular activities to mention on your resume, to give it an extra edge over other applicants.  

Some good ways to mention what you're good at are:
- Online courses
- Volunteer work
- Blog or articles published
- Internships 

 

D. Mention technical skills

 

A tip for non-CS applicants as well, having some technical skills is a must-have for all professions now. 
Some ways to showcase your technical skills are:
Projects
Technologies you are familiar with
Languages and associated profit

 

 

2. Mention technical skills

 

                              

 

 

 

A tip for non-CS applicants as well, having some technical skills is a must-have for all professions now. 
Some ways to showcase your technical skills are:
- Projects
- Technologies you are familiar with
- Languages and associated proficiency ( Ex.  Python(Novice), JAVA (Intermediate) )

 


Even if CS isn't your core subject, knowing web development, graphic designing, data analytics, or software products used in your industry (like Auto-CAD) is a substantial qualification to mention.

 

 

 
3. Keep it Simple

 

                            

 

 


Keep it 1-2 pages. Don't write a novel about your supreme self, because no one likes reading self-serving material. 
Be concise and to the point, informative yet intriguing. 
Resumes are a showcase of your accomplishments, so it is essential to be conscious of what you keep (and what you don't). 
Short descriptions about work done are great, but keep the details for interview rounds.

 

 


4. Check Your Grammar

 

                              

 

 


A resume is your first impression on your interviewer. Make sure there aren't any glaring grammatical errors. 

 

5. Revise your projects thoroughly

 

                              

 

 

In an interview, if you want to showcase your practical knowledge and projects are your savior! Hence revising the thesis or code a couple of days before the interview will always help

 

6. After the interview 

 

                               

 

 


1. Be grateful. You will be exhausted after the process, but make an effort to be alert and conscious. It's almost over, and whether you get the job or not, you're done for the day.


2. Shake hands with your interviewers, say thanks that they came to your campus, irrespective of the results. 
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