Tips for your Covering Letter

Tips for your Covering Letter

A cover letter is a one-page advertisement about yourself. It gives an outline of your past, present and future work to the person whom you don't speak  face to face (Initially). In this context, it is related to human resource/ concerned department etc.  In order to start with the same, give a one or two line introduction about the post and your starting date. Followed by your studies, experiences which is relevant to the field you apply, end with your extra-curricular activity and a thank you note. [Make your cover letter neat, crisp and Max 11-13 lines on the whole]. Do's  Your purpose of the cover letter should be clear in your mind before you start writing it. Define a proper template Address the cover letter to the concerned person. If the name is not mentioned, call the number given and converse with them and get the name of the concerned person. Try to use the words given in the post...
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You DON’T need a language certificate, but having one can help !

You DON’T need a language certificate, but having one can help !

When it comes to learning a language simply memorizing grammar or conjugation rules won’t be enough. What matters is assessing your ability to communicate. Speaking is by far the hardest part. It will definitely be required if you want to be able to prove not only your knowledge of a language, but your ability to use it to communicate with other people. Certificates are just pieces of paper. Being able to communicate is all that matters. During a job interview, or while sharpening your interactions with clients or friends -  it becomes apparent just how skilled you are in a language. When I interviewed for companies here in Germany, they appreciated the fact that I had passed a higher level of the German Language Proficiency Test. All my friends who want to work in Germany also have this certificate. So, it can definitely get your foot in the door. Beyond that point though, it's pretty useless. A certificate cannot prove that you speak...
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