This year, the World Health Organization Recruitment will soon start or that it has started. We have to create this page for you have been searching for a link to apply for this year’s recruitment.
In this article, we have submitted Steps in Writing Topnotch CV, as we shall be sharing with you guidelines on how to write a simple CV. Some of us already know that “Curriculum vitae” is shortened for “CV” which is a Latin word that mean “Course of my Life” Curriculum Vitae (CV) is a document that contains your professional experience, Education, qualifications and previous work experience.
Vast majority of firms/companies in Nigeria would always request to see your “CV and Application letter” before they could consider working with you and also some company would shortlist what they want to see in your CV. The last job I applied for, needed people with a “Masters degree” and 3 years working experience in that particular field. So, before you can submit your CV to a company/firm you should know the kind of employee they are looking for. I will outline the format for writing a simple CV and I do hope you find it interesting and helpful.
STEPS IN WRITING CV
This section should contain your Name (Full name, it should be Bold and in block letters), Residential address, contact information (phone number, Email address)
Example: CYNTHIA, MARIA-GORRETTI LAWRENCE
Home Address: No 14 Benson Avenue……………
Email address: cynthiagorretti@…….
This should contain the institution you attended and the course you studied.
Example: B.Sc. Microbiology University of Lagos, Nigeria
Core modules- immunology and immunochemistry, medical bacteriology, pathogenic mycology, virology, basic medical techniques 1,2 and 3, general microbiology, soil and Agric microbiology, project research
(Project topic you worked on)
Example: Microbial production of Asparaginase from fungi
Presented at: Department of microbiology. University of Lagos, Nigeria. 2018.
APPLIED (MICROBIOLOGY) EXPERIENCE: You are to shortlist where you did your Industrial training/ internship.
Note: this is not for everyone so you do not have to bother yourself about it)
Example: Quality control personnel at Alben Healthcare pharmaceutical limited, Ogidi, Anambra state, Nigeria (1st March-4th September, 2017)
OTHER WORKING EXPERIENCE: This section should contain the previous firms/companies you have worked.
This section should contain the skills you learned. It could be computer training, tailoring, interior and exterior decoration, laptop repair service etc.
This should contain the things you have achieved so far both during your stay in school, your previous work place etc…
This section should contain the positive traits you have.
Effective use of initiative etc…..
This should contain the full name and contact information of people you have worked with, ranging from your institution, your previous work place and other places you worked. This is the most important part because the company may contact them to find out about you and your performance.
Lastly, you should proofread and ensure your words and spellings are correct including your personal details before you can submit to the firm/company. Hope this article is useful to you. Let us know in case you any question, using the comment box below.
Nigerian Army Recruitment: The Nigerian Army (NA) is pleased to announce the commencement of her recruitment exercise for the year. It is about the time of the year when the Federal Government in her quest to end unemployment.
The Ebonyi State Civil Service Commission Recruitment hereby invites qualified applicants who are of the state origin to fill several vacancies in the commission.
Cleanliness should be learnt and constantly practiced. This entails, grooming of the entire body. Healthy personal habits can help you fight off intending disease you may contract.
cleaning can make you look responsible, presentable, approachable, healthy and
attractive to people around you. If you do not take care of yourself you are
inviting disease causing agent in and around your body.
Poor personal hygiene can affect you socially, people will never tell you how your teeth smell or you have body odour and others because it sounds repulsive.
The only they can do is steer clear the sight of you and avoid hanging out with you or getting you involved in any social activity.
Like I said in my previous article; “Job interview etiquette ” you may not get your dream job or get a promotion in your place of work because of your physical appearance, if it is clearly seen that you do not take care of yourself.
People can intimidate you because of the way you look, you can look “haggard” but you may not know until someone discloses it to you.
In this article, I will be passing a piece of information on “HOW TO MAINTAIN A GOOD PERSONAL HYGIENE and they are;
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1) SHOWER OR TAKE YOUR BATH ON A DAILY BASIS: Take your bath at least twice (morning and night) daily with clean water and good shower gel/soap. Keep yourself clean.
While taking your bath, pay special attention to your private parts, head, heel of the legs and armpit, etc.
2) BRUSHING AND FLOSSING YOUR TEETH: Brush and floss your teeth at least twice a day or after each meal. Brushing your teeth regularly can prevent Dental caries and bad breath.
3) CUT YOUR NAILS (FINGER AND TOE): Trim your nails and keep it clean always, germs can hide under your nail and also get into the hands of which you may contract diseases when used to take consumables.
4) WASHING AND LAUNDERING: wash and launder your clothes, pillow case, and bedspread and wrapper at least twice in a week. Use a good detergent and bar soap to wash your clothes.
Do not soak your clothes in water for 1-2days it will make your clothes to smell awful even if you wash it.
Sun/air dry your clothes after washing, it kills bacteria and also removes bad odour due to perspiration from your clothes. Do not forget to iron and hang your clothes.
5) TAKE CARE OF YOUR HAIR: Your hair can make you look unkempt if you do not pay attention to it. Take care of your hair and ensure you wash it at least once in a week with a good shampoo and conditioner to avoid smelling.
Do not allow your hair to be bushy before you can barb or dress it.
6) UNDERWEARS: Do not wear your undees for more than 24hours. Undees should be changed each time you perspire.
You are not advised
to sleep with your undees rather a night wear or pyjamas, sleeping with your
undees can make you contract an infection because you’ve decided not to allow
natural breeze/air to enter down there. Wash your underwear with good soap and/or
7) WASH YOUR HANDS: Always wash your hand with water and detergent after visiting the toilet, the bathroom, before preparing meal, after handling the waste bin, after coughing and sneezing.
Health is wealth, be careful of the things you touch. Keep a sanitizer and handkerchief in your bag/purse for use.
8) KEEP YOUR SURROUNDING NEAT AND WELL VENTILATED: keep your surrounding clean and do home sanitation regularly. Take proper care of your toilet, bathroom, room, window, kitchen and every other place.
9) EAT RIGHT AND SLEEP WELL: Eat foods that have all the nutrients. It can contain protein, iron, vitamins, calcium, carbohydrate etc.
They are good for your health, Secondly, catch some sleep at least 8hours daily it makes your body and immune system balanced and in the right health conditions.
10) LIST OF PERSONAL BELONGINGS YOU SHOULD NOT SHARE WITH ANYONE:
- razor/shaving bic
- tooth brush
- antiperspirants (roll-on)
- Hair comb/brush
Personal Hygiene should be part of your daily routine work, form it as a habit to take care of yourself, beautify and look your best and it will minimize your risk of infection and illnesses.
Majority of Nigeria students think that working as a student will affect their time schedule and studies, but as a student there are businesses you can do to sustain yourself and it will neither affect you nor your studies.
I would love to outline and explain some of the businesses you can run in school that will fetch you money on a daily basis but before I start there is one successful business tip you need to know;
Create awareness about your product and service by letting people know what you do, market yourself, tell them the skills you have and the service you can render to them.
If peradventure there is need for them to reach out to you they sure will reach out to you.
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Here is my Top 10 business you should do as a Nigerian student
- TYPING AND EDITING BUSINESS: If you have a personal laptop or computer it is about time you use it to make money. You can do this by collecting works
From students, type, and edit, print and also photocopy.
The best time to do this is after school or on weekends, type and take to a cybercafé to print it out.
*Typing is done at the rate of N100 per page
*Editing is also done at the rate of N100 per page and there are other profits you could make out of this business.
2) SELL COMPILED PAST QUESTIONS: This is another medium you could use to make money, collect past questions from your department and other departments, photocopy and sell to students.
Students prefer past questions because it gives them the insight of what the questions will look like and they’ve also seen how lecturers set their questions.
The more they study it the more they get familiar with the questions that may come out during exams.
3) USHERING WORK: This is another work you can do in school, all you have to do is join an ushering agency such as Dutchess ushers southeast, Regis hostess etc.
This is one business I know that will not affect your studies because it is a contract work and it is mostly done on weekends. This work pays well, once you are in the right agency you could earn (N5,000) per day).
4) ORGANIZE TUTORIAL CLASSES: New students does not joke with tutorials reason is because they’ve been told that you could build your CGPA in 100 and 200level so, majority of them pay a certain amount (1,000 and above) just to gain knowledge.
You can organize a tutorial class for students and teach them some courses most especially difficult courses and make profit out of it.
5) PHONE/COMPUTER REPAIRS: Students own smart-phones, laptop and other electronic accessories.
There is always need for repair services so, you need to know the mechanics in order to identify and fix problems.
6) WEB DESIGN BUSINESS: To start up this business you only need your laptop and also have the skills to design and develop websites for your clients.
You can specialize in WordPress or programming language.
7) BLOGGING: This is where you display your writing skills you write contents to make money through AdSense or sponsored content.
You can as well advertise products and services and make money out of it.
8) CAKE MAKING AND SMALL CHOPS BUSINESS: Students needs cake and small chops for parties and occasions such as wedding, matriculation graduation, convocation, send forth and other occasions.
You can bake and make small chops for them at an affordable price.
9) CHARGING BUSINESS: Power supply as we all know is a major problem in Nigeria. You can use this medium to make money in school, all you need to start up this business is; a generator, few chargers and about 50ports.
The minimum money you can collect from students is N50 to charge their phones by the end of the day you could make a profit of N3,000-5,000 everyday.
10) SPORTS/PHYSICAL TRAINER: If you are a good athlete you can start up a sport training service on Campus or off campus.
This is done mostly on weekends and it’s one of the things students enjoy doing to maintain Physical fitness and lose weight.