OMTEX CLASSES: Write a letter of application in response to advertisement given below:

Write a letter of application in response to advertisement given below:


Reputed Software Company requires Office Assistants.
Candidates must be HSC with a working knowledge of computers, having good communication skills and fluency in English.

Reply to: The Advertiser
 Box No.125,
The Times of India,
Mumbai-400001.

Imagine you are a candidate residing 7G, Rainbow Colony, M.G.Road, Dharavi, Mumbai-17.

Solution:

7G, Rainbow Colony,
M.G.Road, Dharavi,
Mumbai-17.
5th March 2014

To
The Advertiser,
Box no.125,
The Times of India,
Mumbai-400001.

Ref: Classified ad in the Times of India, dated 5th March 2014

Subject: Application for the post of Office Assistant

Dear Sir/Madam,

With reference to your advertisement in the Times of India, dated 5th March 2014, I wish to offer myself as a candidate for the post of Office Assistant.

I have passed the HSC (Commerce) with 68% and am fluent in English. I have good communication skills, too. I have also done a three months’ course in Computers from ARPLE and have knowledge of WORD and WORD EXCEL.

I have a pleasant personality and am a person of vision. My skills will definitely be of great use to the company. I am good at working as part of a team.

I do hope that you will consider me suitable for the post. I enclose my CV along with this letter. I am also submitting photocopies of my HSC examination results and a certificate from ARPLE. I hope they meet your requirements.

Yours truly,

XYZ

Encl. : (i) CV
(ii) Photocopy of examination results

(iii) Certificate from ARPLE

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