3 Main Parts to writing a Resume especially for teaching job in Bangladesh (BD)

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Writing a Teaching resume is an art, not a science. A resume is not a Curriculum vitae, it is a document that includes the most relevant experience of the candidate (Teacher) that matches the requirements of the job. This is no one correct way to formulate teacher’s resume, but there are some best practices and standards that the Career Centre recommends in Bangladesh. Teaching Resumes need to be aesthetically pleasing, dense with relevant content and properly edited.

Teachers should be careful before CV writing. They should careful about:

1. Professional aesthetics:

Teachers always remember to have a classic, professional resume. In Bangladesh institutions, they all are looking for professional CV candidates. Teaching is a creative and innovative profession; a teaching resume should be strictly professional in a view.

2. Main Contents:

This is a part where teachers must know the main contents of a resume. Like a good lesson plan, a resume should have clear points and should be laid out in an easy to read, easy to follow resume format. The main contents are: Full name, dress, Content Information, Date of Birth, Nationality, Object, Education History, Relevant Course and certifications and Relevant Work Experience etc.

3. Perfect Editing:

In this step editing is a necessary component of resume writing which is neglected. Editing is where teachers and others assure that content is accurate and aesthetics are pin point. Before writing resume teacher must make a list. Such like:

Firstly, Resume must be Chronological Order and accomplishment statements.

Secondly, Resume must be in good length. With rare exceptions, teachers should keep their resume minimum 2 page.

Thirdly, Resume must follow the correct margins such like- .8 inch to 1.5 inch and writing font must be Times New Roman, Arial and Courier New are good choices. A 10-12 point font size is also recommended.

Fourthly, Accuracy and error free resume attracts anyone easily. So teachers have to aware about resume writing.

Fifthly, teachers must be aware about resume’s paper quality. Have to use a high quality paper such like: 24-32 lb, 25% cotton fiber, 8-1/2 x 11.

In Bangladesh, Employers always want good resume from the candidate. In the section of Education Bangladeshi teachers are not aware about their resume writing. It is important that teachers stay organized with their resume so that employers don’t have to take out a magnify glass to find what they are looking for. Following these tips teachers can well prepare to make an effective Resume for their own especially in Bangladeshi job field.

4 Steps To Write An Effective Career Objective On A Resume


Some job seekers choose to state an objective on their resume, when they are writing their resume. An objective can help them to clear their desired job title and also show off the skills you hope to use in your next position. As it is the starting point of a resume, so you have to more careful about object writing part. An objective on resume can convince employers that you know what you want to do and are familiar with the job. If you include an objective on your resume it’s necessary to customize the resume object to match the position you are applying for.
Choose one option from each of the 4 steps. Just fill in the blanks and edit it as you needed. The 4 steps for a perfect objective are


This is the first steps of an effective objective on resume. Job seekers have to choose one point according to his desirable profession. Here job seekers may be start like-to contribute (or ‘transfer’ if you are changing careers), to apply and to build upon etc.

Relevant Experience

In step second job seekers must represent his or her relevant experience in decent way. Here he or she mentions experience years and working field. Such like: 4 years of progressive experience in the NGO field/ the expertise and skills gained during 4 years in the……… industry etc.

Job Type and Level

In third step job seekers have to mention their job type and level. The approaches are: to an entry-level marketing executive position/ to a marketing executive position in…….company etc.

Type of Organization

It is the last stage of an effective objective on resume. Job seekers must mention their working field on resume. Type of organization description attracts Employers easily. Such like: With an organization that values………../ with an organization that values………..etc.

Put them all together, and you will have a solid Objective that helps to make an effective objective. Employers have sharp eye for this reason you should show your creativity on this section. It attracts the employers and other viewers. In job field it can help you to identify yourself differently. Follow above 4 steps and introduce yourself in a different way to Employers.


5 Major Mistakes To Evade For an Appropriate CV

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CV is a summary of job seeker’s life. It contains all the important information of the job seekers, from personal detail to education and work experience, so that the recruiter needs to glance through it.CV must be short, informative and error free. 5 Major mistakes we should avoid to write an effective CV.  These are –

1.Grammatical Errors

Your resume requires to be grammatically perfect. If it is not, you will get bad impression and employers will not interest to read your resume. So you have to careful about this mistake. Avoid using phrases like “responsible for.” In this stage we should avoid no action verbs and wrong form of verbs.


Lack of specific things on your resume cannot be able to attract employers and others viewers. Employers need to understand who you are and how much appropriate you are for him. For example:

  1. Worked with employees in a restaurant setting.
  2. Recruited, hired, trained and supervised more than 20 employees in a restaurant with $1 million in annual sales.

These two examples showing the two ways . 1st one is short and 2nd one explain the work vividly. Here ‘b’ easily attracts the employers.

3.Inappropriate objective

Objective of a resume is a striking point for a job seeker to apply for any job post. Employers do read your resume objective, but too often they plow through vague pufferies like, “Seeking a challenging position that offers professional growth”. You must focus something these may help to represent you to the employers. So avoiding irrelevant objective you can write a successful CV.

4. Jargon and over friendly

Jargon and over friendly attitudes must be controlled in a decent way at the time of CV writing. Including your hobbies you must avoid writing like- “drinking” or “having a good time”. Remain professional at all times.


5.Employer Unfriendly Information

Seekers are so hungry for jobs that most of the times they try to focus such things these are not liked by the employers. It would affect on Job seeker’s career negatively. We should think about the employer’s choice and we should avoid irrelevant things on CV.

These are the fundamental mistakes or errors of a job seeker must avoid to write a a CV. Make sure you create a CV that is simple, straight-forward, free from errors, presenting your experience and skill. A perfect CV can shorten the distance between employers and job seekers.

6 Vital Facts To Focus On Career Summary Of A Resume

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As Employers are always busy, they mainly check out the career summary of a resume to select the perfect job seeker. So career summary is a vital part of a resume. Perfect Resume with perfect career summary might attract the employer most. This section represents a hard-hitting introductory declaration approach with our most sought-after skills, abilities, accomplishments and attributes.

6 vital facts to focus on a career summary of a successful resume mentioned below-

1. Presentation Of Past And Existing Professional Record

In this section our profile must be highlighted on employer’s requirements. Here we should mention past existing job position. Write a list of common job requirements and preferred qualifications. Presentation of existing or past job position is a must to focus.

2. Credentials assessment

If a job seeker do not able to explore his/her own skills, he/she may ask his/her own colleagues and supervisors. Take their opinions as key to focus. Try to represent what he/she explores himself/ herself and gets from colleagues opinion.

3. Reasons of hiring

This step is the major point of a career summary. We have to remind that career summary will help the employers to determine my priority for interview call. A synopsis of our career achievements have to include to show our dedication to profession. Explain how we are as qualified as they want.

4. Current/Past Job Position

Current/Past job position is an important part of the career summary. It hooks our readers and compels them to continue to reading. It should include our past/current job position and achievements on that position.

5. Focus on Goal

Career summary represents one’s career goal. ”key Skills” section should be highlighted. It makes easier to read our profile and core capabilities.

6. Final Task

After writing the career summary we should check it to find that whether it is maximum relevant to the total CV and career objective or not .If we find something irrelevant, we should write relevant matter instead of it.

Employers are honourable person and time is very valuable to them. Qualified writing easily attracts the employers and other viewers. Following above mentioned steps one can easily write a successful career summary which will ultimately enrich his/her Resume. This may be a best way to reach to the goal.


6 Fundamental Steps For A Successful CV

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Most of the Job seekers in Bangladesh (BD) try to copy from other CV format rather than thinking to write it themselves. CV means “course of life” in Latin. It Works as a professional mirror in the job fields. As CV is the first step of total employment process, we should be more careful about CV format.  A Curriculum vitae is a summary of one’s past, existingprofessional skills, proficiency and experiences.

The Six steps for a successful CV are:

1. Generally CV contains

  • Personal information
  • Education and qualifications
  • Work experience
  • Interests and achievements
  • Skills and references

 2. Career Objective

  • Represent the aim or goal
  • Position of working purpose
  • The special quality that employers look for

3. Deep Analysis Of Employer

Employers are looking for workers who can do more than just fill a vacancy –they are looking for people who can help them grow. In Curriculum Vitae we have to focus these features which would make us special to the employers. It is very important to think about employer’s choice. This analysis will help us in getting priority to the employers.

4. Career Summary

In this stage, we should have to focus where we worked and still working. Here we must mention:

  • Company/Institution name.
  • Working position.
  • Working level.
  • Working experience.

5. Focuses on own hobbies and interests

After brainstorming our own hobbies and interests we must find out our unique sides. Then try to list it because it may be helpful us to stand out. Such like:

  • Hobbies and interest may paint a positive image.
  • Hobbies that imply a passive, solitary personality.

6. Relevant Skills

In job sector Seekers must aware of relevant skills which they have to add on their CV format. Such like:

  • Microsoft Office
  • Computer Design
  • Other languages etc.

Successful CV reflects a Job seeker’s quality. Following above six fundamental Steps job seekers can be able to develop their curriculum vita. Before writing we must choice our purpose and then add our relative things on it. A Successful CV format can give you A Successful career.