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Hello,
I have 3 years of IT experience. I have moved in London 4 months back and am doing an IT part time job. Looking for a full time paid job now.
I graduated from University of Rajasthan with a BE (hons) degree in Electronics and Communication in yr 2000 and currently I am working with DLF, UK developing their intranet. I have developed www.gmasters.co.uk recently. I am also a member of open source project.
I have the maturity, skills, and abilities to embark on a career in Software Development. My background includes working in large and small teams while handling modules independently. My strong areas are Java, Applets, JSP, EJB, UML, UNIX and Windows NT. I am also pursuing java certification at present.
With all these qualities I am sure I can help the organisation grow. I strongly think that I am a right candidate for the post of an Analyst/Programmer with your organisation.
I do not require a work permit.
Please contact me if you wish to see my CV. My id is shilpi_manish@hotmail.com
regards
shilpi
 
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