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    Please check grammer mistakes

    Hi
    Good Day
    Please check grammer mistakes in my profile summary below.

    I Graduated (B. Tech In E.C.E) From Aurora Engineering College. I have been working for CMC Ltd A TATA Enterprise Company as a "Customer Support Engineer" Since March-2014 ,Focusing on Technical trouble shooting like network devices switches and it's configuration ,creating VLAN's ,Trunk ports ,OSI layers ,Taking configuration backup, export and import the settings and STP,RSTP Protocol. Configuring Routers and It's trouble shooting, VPN Installation, Configuration and it's trouble shooting at user side and also taking care of all kind of applications, installationís ,configurations and trouble shooting.


    I had experience in Scheduling the server data backup, itís trouble shooting. Hands on the Active Directory, users, groups and policies. Monitoring the services, Event viewerís log report.


    I had experience on maintaining the desktops, laptops and its hardware trouble shooting.

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    Re: Please check grammer mistakes

    Welcome to the forum.

    The first correction you need to make is to spell "grammar" correctly.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Please check grammer mistakes

    Capital letters are to be used only where appropriate.
    It is better not to use contractions in official writing.
    Sentences should not be unnecessarily long but should be complete.
    You have used "it's troubleshooting" three times. What do you mean?
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: Please check grammer mistakes

    Quote Originally Posted by tedmc View Post
    Capital letters are to be used only where appropriate.
    It is better not to use contractions in official writing.
    Sentences should not be unnecessarily long but should be complete.
    You have used "it's troubleshooting" three times. What do you mean?
    Dear Team,
    Good Day
    If possiable could please edit the above whole text and send back to me by that I can compare and understand where i did the mistake.

    Kindly do the needful.


    Thanks & Regards
    Mahendar

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    Re: Please check grammer mistakes

    You do the editing according to our comments and we will have a look at it again.
    You can start by writing " I graduated from ...".
    One more thing, not everybody knows what E.C.E stands for.
    Last edited by tedmc; 19-Jun-2015 at 07:11.
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: Please check grammer mistakes

    I graduated with a B. Tech. in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Aurora Engineering College. I have been working for CMC Ltd- a TATA Enterprise Company, as a customer support engineer since March 2014, focusing on:
    - Troubleshooting and configuration of network devices and switches.
    - Creating VLANs, Trunk ports and OSI layers.
    - Making configuration backup.
    - Exporting and importing network settings and configuring STP and RSTP Protocols.
    - Configuring and troubleshooting routers and VPN installations.
    - User-side configuration and troubleshooting.
    - Scheduling and troubleshooting server backups.
    - Managing Active Directory, users, groups and policies.
    - Monitoring services and Event Viewer log reports.
    - Maintaining and hardware troubleshooting of desktops and laptops.


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