A résumé is one of the most important tools to assist you in getting an interview for a job. It brings together your education, work experience, interests, and skills into one comprehensive but brief outline for the
employer to read. A résumé should be a good reflection of who you are, since it is the first impression a potential employer has of you, so take your time when preparing your résumé.
Writing a résumé can be a confusing and long process, but with the right guidelines you can create a résumé that does what it is made to do: catch an employer’s eye. It is important to think of your résumé as your own personal sales pitch. Ask yourself, ‚Why should he/she hire me? When you write your résumé keep in mind all of your experiences, education, and qualifications. Here are a few guidelines we hope will assist you in that process:
Course Curriculum ()
Basic Elements of a Resume
Choose the headings that best reflect your experience. Your headings do not have to come directly from this
list, as it is not comprehensive.
• OBJECTIVE (optional)
• HONORS AND AWARDS
• SKILLS /HIGHLIGHTS
• REFERENCES (on a separate page)
Internalize the concept of Resume and its related processes
Formulate briefs as an integrated part of Resume .
Demonstrate informed & effective application of research to analyses fashion Resume.
Display organization skills and stress management, planning and team working skills.
TYPES OF RESUMES
CHRONOLOGICAL RESUME: The chronological resume lists your work experience from the most recent
backwards. This is the simplest of resumes, and it is a useful format if used properly. This resume format is
preferred by most employers and works bests when you’ve had a long, steady work history and promotions that
you want to showcase.
FUNCTIONAL RESUME: The functional resume is arranged around your skills and abilities. For example, if you are
strong in communication skills, under that major heading you would list variety of supportive experiences from
different jobs, school or volunteer situations. This format is sometimes used by those with little or no work
experience, or those who are career changers.
COMBINATION RESUME: The combination resume combines elements of chronological and functional resume to
improve the clarity or presentation of a resume. For example, if you have a good work history that supports your
current job objective, you could start with a skills section that supports the skills needed in the job you want, then
include a shorter work experience.
Certificate & Scholarships
After completing the course students will get:
A certificate signed by National Awardee Fashion Designer and teacher Gaurav Mandal