RESUME PULKIT SHARMA Mob.no.9990175470 Father's name:-Bharat kumar sharma D.O.B.:-5 FEB 1994 GENDER:- MALE LANGUAGE KNOWN:- HINDI & ENGLISH PERMANET ADDRESSH Vill+post-Narhar, Ward No. 11, TEL.-Chirawa, Disst. Jhunjhunu (Raj.) PIN. 333035 LOCAL ADDRESSH Room no. 37 Pooja PG New sheetla mata mandir road, Rajiv Nagar,GURGAON PIN.122001 SKILLS :- Polite Behaviour, Calm Nature, Good communication Skills OBJECTIVE :- To work in organization where I can utilize my studies & potential which Will provide me the opportunity to learn more & utilize me. EDUCATION QUALIFICATION 10 th passed from Rajesthan board with 65.83 % Marks in 2008. 12 th passed from RBSE in science field with 61.85% Marks in 2010. Computer basic course from MIHT institue (Chirawa,Raj) HOBBIES :- Listen music,watch T.V. Playing cricket
W ell groom is most important aspect for to become a successful in professional life. This will help to have good connection with others.
In our Grooming session I have learnt so many important factors which will helps me to be a better person in respect of External appearance. I giving lot of Thanks to Christen Mam under her observation I am preparing myself.
Service Industry higher those people who has good ability of external and internal appearance. And I will apply my all efforts in it to get into this.
DRY SKIN: It must be hydrated regularly from inside with fresh water & outside with rich moisturized lotion.
NORMAL SKIN: It looks consistently plum, moist and vibrant. It benefits from regular cleansing, toning & moisturizing.
OILY SKIN: It has a greasy slippery texture and its prone to develop Acne. Oily skin benefits from periodic herbal steam treatment and clay masks.
SENSITIVE SKIN: This skin type is prone to react adversely to cosmetics containing alcohol , oil type ingredients, fragrance oil, & artificial colors. It benefits from natural, gentle skin care products and treatments.
Winter is your enemy, isn't it? Your skin always feels tight and you're probably able to dust away a layer of flakes, any time you please.
Dry skin is usually thin, dull, easily irritated, and rough to the touch. Kind of like my last employer.
It's easy to mistake dry skin symptoms or some mild forms of skin disease for truly dry skin. In fact, you most likely have normal skin that you aren't treating with the proper amount of respect. If that's the case, follow my instructions above for normal skin. If you don't see an immediate improvement, talk to a dermatologist .
Combination skin actually refers to the skin on your face and not the skin that covers the rest of your carcass. Most combination skin consists of an oily "T" zone (forehead, nose, and chin) with dry cheeks and eye areas. In some instances, guys exhibit an entire smorgasbord of skin conditions or, more unusually still, a dry "T" zone with normal cheeks and eye areas.
Basically, treat each area according to what you have read above for other skin types. And mask your "T" zone two to four times a month, just to even things out.
Oily skin is typically thicker and firmer than normal skin, with less sensitivity to chemicals, detergents, or perfumes. Pores are medium to large in size and sometimes become clogged with a sebaceous material that causes blackheads, whiteheads, or blemishes. Simply put, if you can see your reflection in your reflection in the mirror, then you should choose products that are designed to cut your greasy emissions.
Try a glycolic facial cleanser, followed by astringent and an oil free face lotion, every morning after you shower. Use an oil-free body cleansing gel when you bathe. Avoid cheap mass-market soaps (not soaps, really, but harsh detergents). Scrub every other day. Mask at least once a week.
Tone after exercise or when you're sweaty. Use an astringent aftershave instead of a shave balm. Stay away from the all-over body moisturizers.
If you have sensitive skin, then I'm sure you already know it by now. You have moderate to severe reactions to the sun, the wind, temperature extremes, cheaper shave creams, fragrances, perfumed soaps, alcohol-based deodorants — the list goes on. You burn very easily when out in the sun. Your skin always seems to sting or itch. Most of the time, you're just damned uncomfortable.
Be very careful about the products you choose for your skin. Even with their fine botanical ingredients and hypoallergenic testing, some of our items have been known to provoke rare but intense reactions in a few of our more sensitive clients.
For shaving, try a gel instead of a cream. Follow up with an aftershave balm that has a little sun protection for your daily walkabouts. Bathe with a glycerin soap bar and avoid fragrances. If you're feeling adventurous, give our hand and body lotion a shot to protect your skin from the elements. Caution remains the word of the day. If you see redness after an application of any of these products, discontinue their use at once.
Exfoliation is the process of removing dead cells, which cause the face to look dull. The build up of dead cells can also contribute to blockage of the pores causing acne. Facial scrubs help clean the surface of the skin by removing the dead skins and the dirt mechanically. Skin exfoliation is suitable for greasy or normal skin but should be use with caution on dry or sensitive skin.
Eating a healthy breakfast is the best way to start off your day, and be good to yourself by eating a healthy breakfast. Notice how much better you feel through the morning and the rest of the day when you don't skip breakfast.
Have a good lunch, Tea Time food and Dinner on time and which contains of some protein and some fiber for weight gain.
Weight gain Diet chart Break Fast Lunch Dinner Sun 1 glass milk & Bananas 4 Roti, Rice, Dal , sabji 4 Roti, Rice, Dal Rajma Mon 1 glass milk & 2 paranthas 4 Roti, Rice, Dal Soya and salad 4 Roti, Rice, Dal Soya bin Tue 1 glass milk & sandwich 4 Roti, Rice Dal Green Pease Salad 4 Roti, Rice, Dal Paneer and salad Wed 1 glass milk & puri sabji 4 Roti, Rice, Dal Curd 4 Roti, Rice, Curry
Description: Standing, position barbell on back of shoulders, descend until thighs are parallel to floor then raise until legs are straight.
Tips: Keep weight on shoulders (not neck), look straight ahead, arch back slightly inwards, feet shoulder width apart, use a belt for heavier weights. Form is critical, get it right with light weights before going to heavy.
Description: Lying on your back with knees bent and the soles of your feet flat on the floor, hands lightly touching the sides of the head, roll your shoulders forward keeping the small of the back on the floor and then lower back down.
Tips: Make sure the small of the back remains touching the floor. Go slowly and guard against momentum. Do not lock hands behind the neck to avoid undue stress on the neck. You can also fold hands across the chest if it feels more comfortable. Keep neck relaxed and not part of the exercise. Your shoulders should only be moving 3 or 4 inches off the floor. Concentrate on using the abs to do all the work.