Make it with LaTeX! Let it look professional. There are numerous templates that are available at Overleaf
, which you can use to make your beautiful CV or you can make your own customized template! There is no hard-bound format, but you can refer to this sequence:
- Mention your name, email address, phone number, address, and academic social links on the top.
- You can also keep your passport-sized photo at the top.
- Follow this with your research interest in 2-3 lines only.
- This would follow with your academic background, mentioning current education (i.e. IISER-X) with the grades and current MS thesis advisor. You may also mention your pre-IISER education.
- Include your publications (if any). Follow any one of the academic citation format (such as APA, MLA, Harvard, Chicago, etc.)
- Mention your research experience. Here write about your summer research experiences, internships, and MS thesis project.
- List your academic skills, and any specific language or software you use relevant to your field of interest.
- List any achievements you have.
- Mention the seminars, academic conferences, workshops, and courses you have attended.
- You may list all the relevant courses from your curriculum if you feel necessary.
- Include two referee information and finish up with your co-curricular records.