How to write an Academic CV/ Resume?

Posted By Kalpesh Banker On Saturday, February 12th, 2011 With 2 Comments

A CV, known as a curriculum vitae, is used mainly in the academic community to outline a complete and thorough list of education and professional experience and training.

Include any and all publications, teaching experience, degrees with results, post-graduate work and research in a CV.

An academic CV, unlike a professional CV, can be as long as 25 pages to list all academic achievements, publications, conferences and research.

  • Arup Barman

    Its really a commendable steps taken for accounting and financial reporting under Indian accounting norms. It is observed that many a time India academic institutions are embezzles and diverts the funds from one head to another head. The financial reports do not reflect the fund allocation by UGC and ministries. As a result students do not get benefits. As the stake holder has to get advantages from fund allocated by Govt, the accounting norms would help in maintaining the transparency of accounts. Along with accounting norms, educational must have to report stakeholders by stating the details under accounting norms accepted professionally.

    Dr. Arup Barman,
    M.Com, PGDipT&D, Ph.D, Post Doc, FISBM, AMT(AIMA),
    F-IRATDE, Germany), FCE (Consortium Euro American)
    Deptt. of Business Administration,
    Assam University, Silchar-788011

    • Ankit baliyan

      i need ur guidance regarding resume preparation

      Ankit Kumar Baliyan