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I think use of the semicolon in the sentence is wrong. From http://www.grammarly.com/handbook/punctuation/semicolon/: A semicolon is a punctuation mark used to connect two thoughts or ideas which are somehow similar. Generally, each thought or idea could be used as its own sentence, but the flow of the work may be interrupted by the short, choppy ...
English documents written in India often use :-. For example: Tatkal tickets shall be issued only on production of one of the ten prescribed proofs of identity shown under (as mentioned in Commercial Circular No.68 of 2012 issued vide letter No.2011/TG-I/20/P/ID dated 01.11.2012) as per procedure explained below:- The details of medical camps conducted by ...
The second style is most common in CVs. While English does not typically allow pronoun dropping, CVs are a special case, since "I" is implied everywhere. Therefore, most CVs omit "I" from every sentence. The third style is inappropriate, as it looks like either present tense or an imperative.
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