Biodata

biographical information
In industrial and organizational psychology, biodata is biographical data.wikipedia
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Biographical Information Blanks

Biodata instruments (also called Biographical Information Blanks) have an advantage over personality and interest inventories in that they can capture directly the past behaviour of a person, probably the best predictor of his or her future actions.
Biographical Information Blank (BIB) is a type of assessment that uses biodata in employee recruitment to help determine which of several candidates should be hired for a job.

Résumé

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In the South Asian community (Nepal, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh), a biodata is essentially a résumé.
In South Asian countries such as India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh, biodata is often used in place of a résumé.

Industrial and organizational psychology

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In industrial and organizational psychology, biodata is biographical data.

South Asia

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In the South Asian community (Nepal, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh), a biodata is essentially a résumé.

Nepal

🇳🇵NepaleseFederal Democratic Republic of Nepal
In the South Asian community (Nepal, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh), a biodata is essentially a résumé.

India

🇮🇳IndianIND
In the South Asian community (Nepal, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh), a biodata is essentially a résumé.

Pakistan

🇵🇰PakistaniPAK
In the South Asian community (Nepal, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh), a biodata is essentially a résumé.

Bangladesh

🇧🇩People's Republic of BangladeshBangladeshi
In the South Asian community (Nepal, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh), a biodata is essentially a résumé.

Individual psychological assessment

Industrial & organizational assessmenta thorough understanding not only of the demands of the work situationassessment
Many detailed tools help narrow down the method and result of assessment, including psychological testing, biographical information, interviews, work sampling, surveys, onboarding and computer-based assessment.

Meet the Patels

On a family trip to India (during "wedding season") he agrees to make a serious effort to find a partner, alternating between a matchmaking process of dates with Indian-American women from among the Patel clan based in Gujarat by circulation of biodata sheets; registering with Indian marriage websites, identifying potential mates by evaluation and through extended family relations, and matrimonial ceremonies & conventions.

Arranged marriage in the Indian subcontinent

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The matchmaker identifies a set of potential matches and, based on mutual agreement between families, it is customary for an exchange of photographs and some documentation of the factors being considered (for instance, astrological charts or a resume/biodata) to follow.