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what to write on resume and what companies expect from a fresher??

 
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hello all,
i want to know what should i write on my resume.
i mean as i m a fresher, i have to make my resume and submit to my college for my placements, so what programming languages knowledge i should write there.
for some language i have little level knowledge, and for some i have good knowledge, should i write all or not?
also, i used tomcat and jboss to run my webapps, bt don't have very much knowledge for both of the servers, should i write them also?
also what companies expect from a fresher??

 
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For whatever you put down on your resume, always remember questions can be asked.

For a fresher level, I would suggest something like
Tomcat
Brief description of your exposure to it
Comfort level (e.g. 2/10)
 
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Thank you for your quick response maneesh.
 
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Good advice from Maneesh.

Be positive, but be honest about your skills/experience as well. You don't want to end up like this guy!
 
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Thank you chris webster.
yes i don't want to end like him..
 
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For me, you should write those knowledge because it means that whether they put you in this work or other you can easily adjust yourself on what they need. Be sure that you know all those programming language even if it is basic.
 
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