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  1. 1. Assessor Name – Miss. Shivangi Varma Presented By – Ritu Srivastava Batch – C1 Session – 2012- 2013
  2. 2.  Acknowledgement  PERSONAL QUALITIES REQUIRED FOR WORKING IN THE AVIATION AND THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY Good Communication Skills Graceful High Sense of Grooming Tactful to manage even a difficult customer OR diplomatic Patience Correct Body Posture  SKIN CARE  TYPES OF SKIN NORMAL SKIN DRY SKIN OILY SKIN COMBINATION SKIN SENSITIVE SKIN  Personal grooming treatment  HAIR CARE  My Hair Type  Art of self presentation  Different Types Of Exercises Which Keep us Fit…  Exercises which I do…  How to Gain Weight  How to Losses Weight  My Weight according to my height…  My Dite Plan…  Why o you think that its is important to look proffsional in an interview…  Body Language  Bibliography  Thank You…
  3. 3. With due respect I RITU SRIVASTAVA student of Frankfinn have been able to complete this project by the guidelines of my trainer Miss. Shivangi Varma.This project has been nicely came out nicely by the best wishes of my friends, parents and of course my trainer. All my friends helped me in by various types. At the last but not least I want to thanks all those people who helped me in making this project nice.
  4. 4. Good Communication Skills Graceful High Sense of Grooming Tactful to manage even a difficult customer OR diplomatic Patience Correct Body Posture
  5. 5. Having effective communication skills is imperative for your success. Positive communication will certainly increase the opportunities you find in your career and business. Having good communication skills will enable you to get ahead in certain areas where others who are less assertive may not succeed. A few things to keep your eyes on while practicing the fine art of communication are:  Body Language  Speech and Attentiveness  Speech and Attentiveness  Communication Consistency  Patience  Practicing Effective Communication Skills
  6. 6.  Tolerant and even-tempered perseverance  The capacity for calmly enduring pain, trying situations, etc.  Obsolete permission; sufferance Had the patience of a man who worked a step at a time through month-long laboratory experiments — Elizabeth
  7. 7. Perfer not to say whatever it's true.Or not to hurt the one who ask the question too much. Or...don't want to talk...  Of, pertaining to, or engaged in diplomacy: diplomatic officials.  Skilled in dealing with sensitive matters or people; tactful  Of or pertaining to diplomatics Diplomatic Diplomatic' has two senses or meanings:  Using or marked by tact in dealing with sensitive matters or people  relating to or characteristic of diplomacy A tactful yet respectful person.
  8. 8. Correct body posture minimizes pain and makes daily activities more efficient. Long hours at the computer, muscular imbalances, injuries and even a bad mattress all contribute to bad posture. Correct body posture keeps kinks out of the body's kinetic chain.
  9. 9. Always have a grace……….
  10. 10. PERSONAL GOOMING TREATMENTS, PRODUCTS, TECHNIQUES TO IMPROVE AND MAINTAIN TH CONDITION OF SKIN AND HAIR
  11. 11.  Face Wash  Soap  Cleansing Milk  Moisturizers  Face Mask  Facial Scrub  Eye Cream  Night Cream
  12. 12.  Cleansing, Tonning, and Moisturising are very important for face skin to keep soft, healthy and it also help skin to breath properly…  Apply these on face twice a day…  In the morning and in the night when you are about to sleep…
  13. 13. There are 5 types of Skin :  NORMAL SKIN  DRY SKIN  OILY SKIN  COMBINATION SKIN  SENSITIVE SKIN
  14. 14. If you skin belongs to a normal type, the tissue will not reveal any traces of oil. Your skin should feel vibrant, elastic, and supple.Normal skin is the least problematic type. It looks clean and smooth and has a good circulation and healthy complexion. Even with a minimum care, it will look good well into your advanced age.
  15. 15. If your skin is dry, the paper will be clean, too, but your face skin will feel flaky, dry, and tight after you have wiped it. Dry skin can easily develop a sallow tone, wrinkles, and fine pores, and it is very prone to aging and irritating. It might still look great on a young person, but, to keep it healthy, you should apply thorough care and use regular skin or beauty treatment with natural masks and moisturizers.
  16. 16. If you have oily skin, the paper will have spots of facial oil on it, corresponding to the areas of your cheeks, nose, and forehead.Oily skin is problematic – it usually looks greasy, thick, coarse, and shiny, has enlarged pores, and tends to break into acne. A good thing, though, is that oily skin is not prone much to aging and wrinkling. Careful cleaning, minimizing of carbohydrate consumption, and avoiding rich creams can be helpful in improving the quality of oily skin.
  17. 17. If you skin is combination, like that of most women, the tissue will have traces of oil coming from your nose and forehead, but will be clean in the areas that touched your cheeks. Combination skin has patches of both dry and oily skin, and it requires different types of care in relation to particular facial areas. Dry zones, which are usually located on the cheeks and around the eyes, should be treated with rich creams and moisturizers, while oily areas, usually on the forehead and nose, will benefit from frequent and thorough cleaning.
  18. 18. Sensitive skin is usually very dry, tends to feel tight, and becomes inflamed and irritated easily. Typically, sensitive skin develops reddish and scaly areas, can be itchy and tingly, and is prone to breaking into spots. It is the most problematic and fragile type of skin, which needs a very special type of care. To get the right body products for this skin type too requires great research.
  19. 19. My Skin Type is COMBINATION SKIN  I apply cleansing milk, tonner and moisturizers regularly twice a day.  On my dry zone, I apply rich creams and moisturizers.  While on oily area, I do frequent and cleaning.
  20. 20. PRODUCTS………….
  21. 21.  First, I wash fash with cold water in the morning.  Then I brush my teeth & I take bath.  After bath I apply Vasiline Body Lotion.  Before coming to Frankfinn I use amway sunscree.  After reaching Frankfinn I use Amway Face Wash to clean my face.  I use Oriflame Foundation for base.  Then I use Amway Losse Powder.  I use Oriflame eye shadow and blush-on.  Iuse Amway lipstick .  I use Amway eye liner, kajal and mascara.  I use Hair Gel to Set my hair.  After Make – up I use Translucent Powder of Amway for final touch up.  After returning home I use Make – up Remover and wash my face with cold water and face wash.  Then I rub my face with Tonner to prevent tanning.
  22. 22. I use Body Lotation to my body which helps my skin breath while I am sleeping. Once in a week, I apply skin and hair Pack and bleech once in a month…
  23. 23. Now a days, when our lifestyle is so hectic we are unable to follow a balance dite. This Balancing dite harms our health but also hair. The common problem we face taking in respect to our hair are : PROBLEM PREVENTION Dandruff Apply Lemon Hair Fall Apply Almond Oil Itching Medicer or Shampoo Dryness Oil or Curd Exxecive Oil Lemon
  24. 24. My Hair Type : DNDRUFF What I do for my hair-  I shampoo my hair.  I appyl serum.  I apply lemon.  I apply heena twice in a month for 1- 2 hours.  I apply Almond oil on my hair.
  25. 25. Fitness Exercises There are various Physical Fitness Exercises that you can choose from. You can try Resistance Training to help create a lean and toned body, Aerobic Exercises to elevate your heart rate over a sustainable period of time, and Stretching to extend your limbs and muscles to their full extent. This section provides you every thing you need to know about the different Fitness Exercises. Learn about them here thoroughly, including body weight exercises.
  26. 26. Neck & Shoulder Stretches It's important to maintain good flexibility on your neck and muscles since these are where most people accumulate tension. This section contains instructions on how to stretch your neck and shoulder muscles properly to avoid accumulation of tension. Chest & Arm Stretches The chest, like the neck, is also a common area for tension build-up. Instructions on how to do the Basic Chest and Arm Stretches that can help prevent muscle tension in the chest and upper back can be found in this section.
  27. 27. Back Stretches The back takes in tension more than any other part of the body. It is necessary to stretch the back properly after exercise. This section contains instructions on how to do the basic back stretches. Read here for more information. Leg Stretches Another part of your body that you need to stretch is your legs. Instructions on how to do the basic leg stretches which target the major leg muscles like the hip flexor (often the most neglected leg muscle) can be found in this section.
  28. 28. Stretching Sequences This section will provide you with the suggested sequential stretches to have a good and relaxing stretch. When your body becomes accustomed to a particular stretch, you can increase the duration time of each exercise to lengthen a particular stretch.
  29. 29.  Brisk Walking  Yoga  Neck & Shoulder Stretches  Chest & Arm Stretches  Back Stretches  Leg Stretches
  30. 30. The key to healthy weight gin is to eat grain less but healthy food. A high fat dite, junk food, insaturated fat is not recommended. The average calorie requirement is approx.1900 calories per day. This means the optimum amount to help most underweight people gain weight is about 2400 calories.
  31. 31. About 350 calories equal to 1 pound of weight want to loss weight will need to create calories shortage. You can, but do this by reducing your calories intake and increasing your calorie expenditure.
  32. 32.  My Height is 145 cms.  My Weight is 37 kg.  According to height, 42-45 kg. weight is required…  I am underweight about 5-6 kg.  For gaining weight I follow the dite plan which was given by my trainer…
  33. 33. DAY BREAKFAST MID-DAY LUNCH EVENING DINNER SNACKS SNACKS SUNDAY 1Cup of porridge, Thick slice 2Chappati, 1 1 cup coffee, Veg Biriyani, toffo 2 table spoon of Whole Wheat bowl of rice, 1 biscuits or paneer kari, 2 chopped nuts, Toast with 1 Bowl of curd, 1 chappaties, salad, dry fruits, 1 tea spoon of bowl of Dal, 1 Dezzerts, 1 glass banana, ½ low at bowl kari, salad, peanut butter of frozen milk milk, ½ glass seasonal orange juice vegetables MONDAY ” ” ” ” ” TUESDAY ” ” ” ” ” WEDNESDAY ” ” ” ” ” THURSDAY ” ” ” ” ” FRIDAY ” ” ” ” ” SATURDAY Maggi, ” ” ” passta, burgger ”
  34. 34. If you are hoping to be hired to do something professional, you should look like the people that do that job. Having hired many individuals, I need someone that not only has the proper skill set, but represents my organization in the proper manner.
  35. 35. Every Interviwe has its hintrland, which means the interviwe questions cover a certain area and no more… A job for an accountant, a clerk, salesman, manger and so on…have their area of actions and effect and a person to face the interviwe has to make himself uptodate in that respect. Common and general knowledge however concerns everybody & one should be aware of & acquainteal with the main political , economic & other headlines, one thing is to be remembered that never try to dominate or undervalue your interviewer. Never try to fool them. Some of them may look old, soggy, & limpid but they are bitterns in their fields,. The objective should be to strike a balance. One should neither be over smart nor over shy or over polite the candate has to give the impression & that he is ready for works action & that he is serious & sincere .
  36. 36.  CONFIDENCE  POSTUER  WALKING  RE- ASSURANCE  CO- OPERATION  FRUSTATION  SELF- CONTROL  NERVOUSNESS  GRIPPING HAND, ARMS, & WRIST  FOLDED AM GESTURES
  37. 37. WWW.GOOGLE.COM WWW.FRANKFINN.COM www.yahoo.com www.bodycare999.com

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