How to Write a Resume|freshers/recent graduates

1-page resumes are most effective resumes for freshers.

Before writing, your resumes do some of the following

Set your Font to either of these:

  1. Times new Roman
  2. Arial
  3. Sans Serif
  4. Cambria
  5. Calibri

To stand out make your Font Size:

Title your name with font size 18

Heading 14,bold

Sub-heading 12, bold

Body 11/12

Space: Single

  1. Start with you NAME
  2. Write your career Objectives

Make it mandatory, it is most important to your reader.

  1. Write your Qualification

Start from recent qualification. Write the name of University, the name of the course and year completion. Do not write your percentage.

  1. Include your Professional Training details

Write Name of the training, Date of completion and list of your learned skills.

  1. Add your Skills

    a. Technical Skills

Include your hands on Technical Skills. Example advance office package, Graphics, programming that is relevant to your job. Also include your skill level [example: write Proficient/Skilled/Intermediate as per tour knowledge]

b. Add Interpersonal Skills

6. Write, you college Project Experiences

Even if you are a fresher, write your experiences. Keep in mind your experiences must be relevant as per profession. [Example: Software Experiences, Research results, used Marketing Techniques, Project Management Etc]








Solving as an Agony

Er. Amrit cried “why these girls are too annoyed in every small thing?” what happened I asked him. “Yesterday I went to a party and drank after I reach home Usha is already in a mood to fight,” Amrit replied.

Usha is also an engineer and his wife. They fell in love and got married.They believed that they both can’t live without each other. Now she is 7 months pregnant and her mood swings.

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Hello, I’m Pratixa. A friend of Amrit-Usha also an Agony-aunt in their life. I’m the type who had never wish for prince charming. Prince charming is always good to see but hard to tackle with. I’m nit-picky for relationships    

 I believe being in a relationship means you are not doing anything for yourself. Usha is carrying their baby because Amrit loves kids. I know, this doesn’t mean he is selfish as he went to the party without her.
Phone ranged “Hello! Darling” I received the phone. “I left smoke and alcohol just because his baby is in my womb. That bastard is having fun!” Usha yelled on the other side of the phone. Pregnant Usha wanted Amrit to follow the same rituals as she does every day because she is having their baby. “Tell him no need to come home,” Usha added.
We admire love, thinking of kindness, happy situations, butterfly in the stomach and breathless meetings. Amrit thought Usha would be the same silent girl as she was before. Usha thought Amrit would be the same guy who fasted when she was fasting in “Teej” (a cultural belief in Nepal).

There are many complications than you think. It’s pretty frustrating if you happen to face it. Unexpected attitude kills feelings at first place.It is sometimes the best thing that has ever happen and within some period feeling drops. 4439234-silhouette-of-couple-pregnant-woman-and-her-husband
Amrit whispered is that Usha on the phone?” I nodded. he looked into his watch, it was already 8 pm. “Oh, f**k! I’m late! Is she alright? Tell her I’ll be home within 15 minutes” he added.   

LOVE doesn’t make you happy, they are sometimes sadder. Instead of fusing life together, sometimes it creates the fuss. To believe in love is not so hard until the thoughts like- ‘what if my person has hoaxed? comes to your mind. ‘Won’t these type of feelings kills a relationship? Some people cannot and will not ever end up together, even if they do love each other. Here my friends aren’t planning to kill their love for each other.
“Send him home fast, he hasn’t eaten anything since morning,” Usha speaks.Some people like Usha and Amrit, within all the fights they find love. “Tell him to drive slow Pratixa.” Usha dropped the phone.

  Love is never enough because love is not rational. Being friend I don’t always have to give suggestions. Sometimes listening to the problems can solve. As a good friend sometimes going for coffee and letting friends pour their frustrations will save their relationships. “thanks for the coffee dear.” Amrit grinned and left the cafe.

Destination Singapore

My journey started in Singapore airport when the first cab drove me to Jalan Besar Stadium. Near the Stadium, there was my hostel. “Where are you from?” taxi driver asked, the easiest way to start a conversation with a foreigner. “Nepal” I answered. “Nepal-ah” in Singlish taxi driver replied. I must tell you Singlish is a Singaporean verbal accent (Google for detailed understanding.) He was not fascinated by my answer so our conversation ended there. Not so overwhelmed by a taxi driver I rang the hotel bell. The door opened I went up to the reception. There was a beautiful lassie, she grinned at me and asked my passport.  she confirmed thru the system and took me to the mixed dorm and pointed my booth. I expressed my thanks to her. She told “Kei party vane vannus” I was stunned as she spoke Nepali. The meaning was “if you need anything, I’m there.” So we talk some pieces of stuff just to chat in Nepali.


The Southern part of Malay Peninsular is where the beautiful Singapore located. The place is easy to move due to English-speaking individuals, its infrastructures, and awesome walking route. Within 10 days of stay, I had 6 days workshop on social media marketing. There was less time to discover Singapore all-inclusive. My goals were precise and static. As I have less expectation with Singapore in natural beauty. Since I belong to the country of Mt. Everest and one horned rhino bated breath was obvious. I planned my journey as it started with
The un-miss-able Garden by the Bay

Singapore is popular with its sculpture. You can see artistic sculpture all around the city. A Garden by the Bay is one of them where nature meets sculpture to become a Super Tree Grove. It is a 50-meter height manmade tree. “Hello. ma’am! Let us begin! I’m your tour guide,” someone whispered. “Wow, Thanks! So shall we?” I responded. We tread on the OCBC skywalks, the suspended way that connects grove. It is 22 meters high and takes a 30-minute walk. We entered the cloud forest and learned about vegetation and environment. The walk around the choreographed pitter-patter in the glitzy Grove was interestingly beautiful at night. Those fairy lights smoldered the instant for the lifetime. “How you feel? See! You are walking on stars.” Sam asked. In addition, I sought. The garden resembled Miss Joaquin, the national flower of Singapore. The waterfront promenade was picturesque for my Instagram. “Hey, Sam!” clicked.

Everything that I saw was stunning, a lovely night at gardens by the bay.

Tasteful Tamil Thali

In the hall of the hostel, I realized people are waiting for me. We all agreed to the plan for south-Indian Dinner. Thali refers to a plate. Usah was happy as we agreed. She belongs to the Brahmin community of Tamil, representing one of the third biggest ethnicities in Singapore. Same as Nepali Thali, it contains, white rice in the main course. Added with pulses and lentils cooked together. “We call it Samber” and this is Rasam.” Usah pointed a salty sour soup. Deep-fried Potatoes, one Pumpkin Curry, Mango Pickles, Fried “papad” and Curd Served with sourly raw onions. End of the meal there was tapioca pudding as a desert. Food contained lots of Lentils and herbs. Every dish has a pungent smell. Dinner was flavorsome; it bestowed our new friendship a fresh bond.


Merlion, a marketing icon of Singapore is around 8ft height. It is a mythical being with lion head in the physique of fish. Spouting water from its mouth to mine was my next snap near the statue. The glimpse of Merlion is must see a spot for tourist. There are 7 approved Merlion statues in Singapore. “Snap with the ‘cub’ and its ‘parent’ – at the Merlion Park for a memorable keepsake.” A person suggested me. “Thanks” I replied and took a picture. “Hey, Kaki Chop-Chop later can have” Sam started to walk. I dumbfounded with Singlish and move along.

Sensational Sentosa

The Merlion at night was colorful to watch. At the side, there was some stick on and messages on the wall of Sentosa logo. Half a day tour in Sentosa was insufficient. An hour on a beach was a bad choice, as it reduced excursion time. I roamed whole Sentosa’s attractions it was beautiful. Looking love birds another magical show with light and sound effects and Clicked pictures at Universal Studios. At the end, I promised myself to re-visit it once again in my lifetime to enjoy Sentosa to the fullest.

Un-Explainable Esplanade

For the deeper understanding of love for the arts to Singaporeans, I made an extensive tour to Esplanade. The Durian shaped architecture is the eminence booster of the building. “Where are you from?” juvenile asked me. “Nepal! Do you know?” I replied. “Yes! BTW…I’m Mohammad from Egypt “he spoke. We started our conversation. He was also a solo traveler and saw me wandering. “Let’s explore it together. What you say?” Mohammad offered. I said “okay” and move along. Through the invitees and staffs, we found more about the buildings and its offerings. There was a free visual arts show named “Dwellings” in the Esplanade Tunnel. It was a beautiful creation by Vietnamese artist Bui Cong Khanh who showed a particular community of slum dwellers in film mode.  Esplanade is the tenet behind the management of the Art Centre and the development of the arts in Singapore. The front of the hall and the back stage everything was managed so even and smooth as a flash mob as their plan for making arts accessible.

Care-free Clarke Quay

The historic riverside quay was a dynamic nightly experience. The place full of restaurants’, clubs’ live music, Disco. The place was quite pricey but it cup-tie with Singapore standards. We started with the boat tour to the entire length of the river gives an advantage to interesting sightseeing passing through the landmark of Merlion and Esplanade on its way. G-max River bungee was another attraction, friends asked to hoop in but I chose to stay and watch them. It wasn’t scary enough to pay for. Friends planned to go into disco, I denied as it was not my curiosity. I found a company with Sam to walk to the water edge. “Look, there!” Sam screamed. Magnificent Marina Bay Sands was directly ahead of us. The night was much more than a picturesque. We entered to ‘earshot’ a café-cum-bookstore. Shipping the cappuccino we discovered locally written fictions.

Unearthed memories

In the evening “I’m thinking of grabbing something to eat, do you want to come?” Sam asked. “Why not?” I grab my jacket and moved with him. Bonding over a conversation and a good meal is the best way to know someone. It’s great when you are traveling solo.

At Hostel I’ll often find dinner crew with Sam. During the day we all do our own thing but at night we connect up and catch some cheap yet great eats out on the town. These carried some of my favorite talks and memories of the Singapore.


Hopeless decision making: An analysis from Denver International Airport Baggage Handling System


Denver International Airport Baggage Handling System,elected to construct a new state of the art airport that would cement Denver’s position as an air transportation hub. By auimagestomating baggage turnaround meant more efficient operations. Underestimation of the project’s complexity. The airport’s opening was delayed by a full 16 months. The $1 million per month maintenance costs exceeded the monthly cost of a manual tug and trolley system. When opening day finally arrived, the system was just a shadow of the original plan. All other baggage handling was performed using simple conveyor belts plus a manual tug and trolley system.

  Case re-examination: Denver International Airport Baggage Handling System
Breakthrough description of the project:
  1. Concept: The world’s largest automated airport baggage handling system. Completing the Denver system in two years Aircraft turnaround time to reduce for more efficient operations.
  2. Process: construction of the airport on Nov 1989. United Airlines signs on and plans. Engages BAE Systems to build by approaching BAE directly requesting a bid for the project. United Airlines changes their plans and cuts out plans for the system to transfer bags between aircraft. Change orders raised altering size of ski equipment claim area and adding maintenance track. Target opening date is shifted. BAE Systems denies system is malfunctioning.
  3. Techniques: 10 times larger than any other automated system. Advance quality.  Requesting bids for the design and construction of the system. The system to be designed, built, tested and commissioned.  BAE directly requesting a bid for the project.

 5 process group of DIA projects:

DIA initialization
  • Unclear objectives: plan rapidly dissolved.
  • Underestimation of the documents: City of Denver engages Breier Neidle Patrone Associates to analyze feasibility of building an integrated baggage system. Reports advises that complexity makes the proposition unfeasible
  • Improper management: BAE directly requesting a bid for the project.
Project planning:
  • Problem on Scheduling: Target opening date shifted
  • Poor Quality Evaluation: Problems establishing a clean electrical supply
  • Evaluation of risk: Underestimation of the project’s complexity

Project execution:

  • Win- lose Negotiation:
  • 3 respond and review of proposals indicate none could be ready in time for the Oct 1993 opening.
  • Denver Airport Project Management team approach BAE directly requesting a bid for the project.
  • No co-ordination: Singer had been one of the driving forces behind the creation of the automated baggage system. , Walter Singer dies and project got mishandled.

Project monitoring and control:

  • No project tracking process used by American airlines
  • Comparing actual output to predict was a disaster: Demonstration was a disaster as clothes are ejected from crushed bags.
    Project closure:
  • Contractual closure was not possible: BAE Systems denies system is malfunctioning. Instead they say many of the issues reported to date had been caused by the airport staff using the system incorrectly
  • Financial closure: The $1 million per month maintenance costs exceeded the monthly cost of a manual tug and trolley system.
  • Verifying accomplishment: System testing continues to flounder.
  DIA failed 4 key consideration of project management:
  1. Cost:                City of Denver starts fining BAE $12K per day for further delays. In order to save costs the system is scrapped in favor of a fully manual system.  Maintenance costs were running at $1M per month at the time. The $1 million per month maintenance costs exceeded the monthly cost of a manual tug and trolley system. 
  2. Time:             By automating baggage handling, aircraft turnaround time was to be reduced to as little as 30 minutes but the cost was: the project needed to be completed in just two years.  The airport’s opening was delayed by a full 16 months. The remnants of the system soldiered on for 10 years, the system never worked well.images (1)
  3. Quality:          unfeasible project. Complexity led to a corresponding underestimation of the effort involved. System testing continues to smack.  Change orders raised altering size of ski equipment.
  4. Result:           Failure to anticipate the number of carts correctly would result in delays in picking up bags that would undermine the system’s performance goals. The system is scrapped in favor of a fully manual system. Snowballing problems and public humiliation for everyone involved.

Leader needs to realize the benefits of outsourcing outweigh the drawbacks

Leader may benefits from their various actions to outweigh their drawbacks. Benefits from Outsourcing are:

  1. The time zone advantage  meaning, your job will be done while you are asleep and when you wake up next morning your service is delivered at right time. Example: IT/business process sector.
  2. Faster and better services by getting ideas converted into products and better at delivering the value-added proposition. Example: KFC
  3. Cost effective method. Example: it is said that, in 2010 if the average manufacturing wage of iPhone was about $2.00 in China then it would be $34.75 in America.
  4. Increase efficiency of company, as it can pay attention on key activity. Example: iPhone not only save money, but also save time and increase their creativity due to mixture of innovative ideas.
  5. Easy access to skilled resource. While catering towards the world business can find well educated, experienced in handling the needs with potential customers. Example: Ford India exports 40 percent of its engine production and 25 percent of its car production to south Asia including Nepal

The darker side of globalization

Multinational companies shifts towards Asian and African countries,

which has their own benefits and drawbacks too. These countries

has lots of resources which are being used irrationally.

Domestic industries in some countries are in endangered situation.

The misuse of resources to meet complex demands in the production are increasing day by day. The income level of people and their own country

country does not match due to internal conflict.

unmanaged dumping site

Example: the practices of race, cast and cultural disparity. The corruption and political instability

has affected the sustainability of growth in developing

country like Nepal.These countries may end up sinking much of local production. Capital mobility alongside labor inflexibility has reduced the bargaining power of organized labor. Labor privileges and rights has not been protected. International guidelines on trade and finance are unequal which has

unbalanced effects on rich and poor countries. Country like India, China, Bangladesh etc. are worried that globalization would interrupt on cultural integrity and social stability. The fear of inflowing western culture in the

society. Example: Monsanto Company. According to the India Committee

of the Netherlands and the International Labor Rights Fund, Monsanto also employs child labor. The terror of transmitting epidemic diseases like Ebola.

The thriven trans-border crime like terrorism, human and drug trafficking, crime and piracy.

Developing cross-cultural literacy in business.

 Culture is the set of values, beliefs and institutions of a specific group
 of People. It includes attitudes, manners and customs, social structure,
 religion etc.
Managers working directly in international business should 
develop Cultural literacy. Understanding the contextual differences. 
High context society accept message on contextual cues. They reach to
the decisions quickly. Avoid confrontation and debate. Whereas low 
context society emphasis on written. They accept open disagreement.
Nation’s dominant in language, race, lifestyle, values, attitudes,
 or other characteristics. It is important to develop cross-cultural
 literacy to respect Values people are emotionally attached.
 It helps to understand Attitudes towards toward objects or concepts.
Example: in Japan people are punctual for conferences, 
and keep tight schedules. Whereas in Brazil people
 are casual about time.
When doing business abroad, Developing Cultural Literacy
 in international business enables a person to function effectively
 within the organization. Cultural literacy brings a company closer
 to customer needs and desires and improves competitiveness. 
Avoiding Ethnocentrism eliminates staff’s unresponsive 
to cultural distinctions.
Culture can force companies to adjust business policies
 and practices to suit local culture. It is important to understand
 manners and customs to avoid mistakes. Cultural knowledge 
improves the ability to negotiate, market the products effectively, 
and manage international operations.
e.g., conducting business during meals in US 
is acceptable but not in Japan.

Illegal immigrants: A country’s economy growth engine or a ethical dilemma

Measuring the illegal immigrants with the perspectives of ethics:

  • Utilitarianism perspective

Believes that the action is right if it produces the most utility. In America immigrants represent a growth engine in an economy. It has maximized the pleasure of the Americans’. It proves the illegal immigrant to be ethical.

  • The de ontological perspective:

It gives the guide line that meet given three criteria to measure the ethics.

  1. Reversibility: Only if the performer is willing to accept the same treatment from other. Is business practitioner ready to accept same treatment from the general Americans’?
  2. Universality: An action is morally right if its maxim can become a general rule for everybody acting similar situation. Is that possible selling products and services by accepting the ID issued by their native countries only?
  3. Respect for human being as persons with their own free will. Which mean the business practices is not consider ethical because it respect the human dignity of the immigrants but not of every Americans’’.

The measurement of behavior through the perspectives shows that the principle of utilitarianism is in the favor of illegal immigrants whereas, the principle of deontology is against it.

I believe that the illegal migrants fill the jobs by employed in chicken plants, flooring mills and building/construction where Native Americans refuse to take and generally helped to boost the economy. Several parts of the state, Natives aren’t easy to get at any charge.

Whereas, Immigrants are offered to work for low wages and no benefits. Those immigrants not only reduce pays but also host the problems, like undermining security.

no photo- its selfie

Selfie was started from the history of camera, where first ever photograph of a person was a selfie, same with my cell phone. I clicked my first selfie with my first phone. Latter on Followed by the Adrin Buzz who took selfie on moon. I took mine on bathroom.


The word ‘selfie’ first appeared in an Australian internet forum on 2002. It was more common on MySpace before and was followed by FB users. I gave up the photographer’s control over my images so that I could self portray myself. I have a control over my pictures, no sharing with my own shine.

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There is nothing so right and so wrong for selfies. Everyone gets to see your pretty face weather in pajamas or in tuxedo. It’s a quick way to get optimistic note about look. It helps to look life in a positive way.

Selfies are not only for fun, it shows how a person is attached with oneself. Selfie explains what people really want tell about them. It’s a positive attribute of social media. it tells when we look great, why not show the world? It is one of the artistic ways to express. Selfie gave the confidence of being comfortable in your own, imperfections.

one of the problem in everyday life

SEE her hair. oh! my god, i love them. Pra your hair it looks perfect. I want same style on mine too. I have been listening to it almost every day.I always answer it with a big”:)” “People admire the things either they don’t have or don’t appreciate living with it.” When i was 7th grader  I strengthened my curls. I loved my strengthened hair. It was perfect for every day style.

……………….Oh wait! really?? 😕

NO!! My curls were perfect. people admire it. They are healthy and bouncy.   



  hell NO! it’s a mess……… 

Actually i am thinking of shaving my head,  its better to be free from everyday styling your hair, complaining to that one part which make my hair 

but it’s a matter of guts to me. I ain’t THE Britney who looks sex pot on a bald head.neither I’m a Cameron Diaz  no matter what happens people fall in love again.

If a girls complains on every single things take it as a grain of salt.

shhh….. it’s a secret don’t tell her!

She believes ” If You Hide the Problem, You Cannot Solve It.” hence she complains for everything. you better show the serious concern of yours, but you donot have to be serious until its a volcano in your life too. But no wonder she has her own grace-orientation and problemsolving styles for every situation. girls don’t leave there things stiff or awkward.