The Bhawanipur Education Society College organized a two-day webinar titled “How to prepare CV & Crack Online Interviews” for aspiring and job-seeking students. This stimulating session was held on May 27th and 28th, 2021. The workshop was created to assist young people in creating a perfect resume and making an impressive appearance in online interviews. The webinar was open to students from all departments of the college, and there were over 350 students in attendance. The workshop was excellently hosted by the two of our own faculty, Prof. Mohit Shaw and Prof. Urvi Shukla. In today’s scenario, the idea of creating a virtual workshop exclusively for jobseekers was an appropriate move by The Bhawanipur College. Building the right curriculum vitae and making yourself perfectly presentable will not only help you bring your A-game to recruiters but help you bag your dream job. Day 1 (27/05/2021; 4 pm): the right ways of building a curriculum vitae (cv) chief speaker – Prof. Mohit Shaw (life coach, lecturer, entrepreneur) The session began with our respected dean, Prof. Dilip Shah’s warm welcome. His words empowered the students to create a clear vision for their careers. Prof. Mohit Shaw, the day’s mentor, and chief speaker, then lighted up the webinar with his amazing and cordial attitude and training method. Interested attendees typed in their questions and views, and they also had the chance to verbally interact with the mentor. He beautifully guided all the students and taught some amazing CV-building techniques. Key points to remember- Follow a widely accepted template Always include your name and contact information at the top. Include a passport size photograph of you wearing light shade formal clothes. Professional and educational degrees should be listed in separate columns. Skills are one of the most important elements and should be mentioned in one’s cv Awards and success in co-curricular activities hold an extremely important place in one’s c.v. Some overall instructions were given on how to present oneself in front of the interviewer/recruiter. The importance of practical knowledge, dedication, and passion over degrees was explained accurately. Overall, it was a very informative and interactive two-hour session, and students learned a lot of new things that will help them break the stereotypes. Day 2 (28/05/2021; 4 pm): presenting yourself in an online interview the right way Prof. Urvi Shukla, chief speaker (career coach, educator, and author) The second session of the webinar began again with our Dean of Student Affairs, Prof. Dilip Shah’s cordial welcome. The webinar then began with the introduction of the mentor and day’s chief speaker, Prof. Urvi Shukla. She advised on some important elements and explained everything in detail because she believed in “clarity over confusion.” In an online interview, these are some of the important facts about presentability: Smile when you meet the interviewer. Sit in a well-lighted area with a clear backdrop and lean a little towards the camera. Give a short introduction of yourself without boasting about yourself. Refrain from using vernacular language and speak confidently and fluently. Do not begin the conversation with words like, but, yeah, etc. Always end your conversation with a “thank you” note. We were asked to drop in our questions and views after the exploratory session. All questions were answered in detail and the participants listened carefully. The students enjoyed the two-hour interactive session and Prof. Urvi Shukla was overwhelmed by the feedback.