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What are the key things the resume of a Food Technologist must reflect?

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RE: What are the key things the resume of a Food Technologist must reflect?

Vivek Kumar
Vivek Kumar
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Dear Aspirant, the resume of a food technologist should reflect many things which would help him to get a desirable job. Let me tell you now one should not prepare a universal resume and forward it to every where to get a job.
You have to make some changes in your resume as per the requirement of the job, for example, if you are applying for a job in university or research institute, then you must highlight the teaching or research experience. If you are applying in a private company or food industry then you should highlight the related training aspects on food sciences or the required items by the industry.
Another thing is that if you are a simple graduate then there is nothing much to write in your resume. Since you have done only teaching courses and some aspects of training program (not research) in your institute or in private company. If you are a post graduate in food technology then there is lot of scope for job. You have studies many courses and also done research for six months. Therefore, you are more technically qualified compared to a simple graduate.
For the position (teaching or research) in any university of research institute, your resume should reflect following things; courses studied, research you have done for thesis, the technology you have learned, hands on training of the instruments, conferences you have attended or participated, training programs attended to improve your technical skills, any publication (research paper, book chapter, review article) will boost your resume. Above all for a university job you will also be needing National Eligibility Certificate (NET) by UGC-CSIR.



For a job in private organization you have to highlight the techniques you have learned, the instruments you can can handle easily, you should mention about the trainings you have undergone. You have to express your desire that you have a passion to join an industry. How you can justify your degree or the trainings you have taken.
Above all your interpersonal skills will make a difference where ever you apply. It is not required to mention in your resume that you are well verse in interpersonal skills, but it should be reflected from your personality at the time of interview.

Good Luck..

RE: What are the key things the resume of a Food Technologist must reflect?

manojjnu Kumar
manojjnu Kumar

Dear Friend

Building a professional resume is very impotant approach to shwcase your potentials earned from your academic and professinal journey. First you try to understand the common requirement for an avaerage CV which carry the general information starting from educational details to professional experiences. You are advised to download the sample cv from any online portol which will help you to opt any stylish format which must be from any genuine and relevent resource. Thogh you must be knowing about your professional achievemnts which are required for food technology. Accordingly you have earned the degree and expereinces so nothing is new in this regard, then where you failing behind inspite of having eveything. That is representation skill which keep all achievements of your career in proper cascates so that employers can see the majors of CV in quick look which impacts for screeining purpose.
Better you follow the following order to give a meaningful definition:
1. Curriculam Vitae: try to know it is not your biographical sketch so do not highlight any personal information. Give a title on the TOP Curriculam Vitae
2. Followed by recent passport size descent photo and then name and communication address with e-mail ID and contact number
3. Objective line in a concised manner must not look possesive and false or over ambitious at any cost etc.
4. Educational Details: start from schooling then land with your latest and highest degree: it must be in tabular form follw any sample CV which is available online regarding how to follow order.
5. Professional experiences: Must start from your current job and position and give the details of job profile never claim anything illegatemate which can cause damage because employers are particulars about your CV and its content. Make your CV relevent for the screening authorities.

6. Technical skills: It is very important part of your CV, do not write anything odd which look out of the box, so be careful while listing the skills. Technical skill must be represented in realistic mode which be self explainotry that how and why need it so that employer will be impressed to read your claim.
7. Publication list: follow any international pattern
8. Attended workshop, conference etc.
9. Membership of any scientific society
10. Hobby: do nt write any bad
11. List of referees
12. Name and place

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