Bioodata format is essential. These simple Bio-Data format contain personal details , contact address, and brief description of your qualification. Generally it is single page format. Here we are providing you a Biodata sample. Save it for all your future Job .
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EXAMPLE OF BIO-DATA
PERSONAL DETAIL :
NAME : FATHER : MOTHER: GENDER: DATE OF BIRTH: RELIGION : NATIONALITY :
Recent post graduate in MANAGEMENT with a first class, would like a challenging and fulfilling post regarding to education.
Enthusiastic, energetic, adaptable, patient, and friendly. Willingness to learn. Effective communication skills. Good time management.
Matric First Class “ Orissa” +2 Commerce Second Class “. Orissa”
Proficient in Tally , Word processing and accounting.
One year experience in accounting.
ADDRESS : AT- .- Dist: , Orissa, Pin- Mobile: Email
I hereby declare that, all the above information are true and genuine in my belief.
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