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  1. 1. Name : Amit Rawat Acessor Name : Swarcha Agnihotri. Batch – K2 Year: 2011-2012
  2. 2. Content Acknowledgment. Bibliography. Personal Qualities Required for working in the Aviation and Hospitality Industry. Skin Care. Hair Care. Techinues & Fitness Exercise. Home Remedies. Personal Grooming Treatments.
  3. 3. Acknowledg ementIam very thanks Frankfinn Institute & very grateful for the strong support and guidance provided to me by my grooming teacher Mrs. swarcha agnihotri. Who helped me in prepairing this project I am very thankful to her for the same.
  4. 4. Bibliography
  5. 5. Personal Qualities Required for working in the Aviation and Hospitality Industry. Personality Time Management Patience Well Groomed Humble Confidence Physically Fit Good Command in English Good Communication Skills Positive Attitude Honest & Discipline
  6. 6. PersonalityPersonality refers to individual differences in characteristicpatterns of thinking, feeling and behaving. The study ofpersonality focuses on two broad areas: One isunderstanding individual differences in particular personalitycharacteristics, such as sociability or irritability. The other isunderstanding how the various parts of a person cometogether as a whole.
  7. 7. Time Management Time management is the act or process of planning and exercising conscious control over the amount of time spent on specific activities, especially to increase effectiveness, efficiency or productivity. Time management may be aided by a range of skills, tools, and techniques used to manage time when accomplishing specific tasks, projects and goals complying with a due date. This set encompasses a wide scope of activities, and these include planning, allocating, setting goals, delegation, analysis of time spent, monitoring, organizing, scheduling, and prioritizing. Initially, time management referred to just business or work activities, but eventually the term broadened to include personal activities as well. A time management system is a designed combination of processes, tools, techniques, and methods. Usually time management is a necessity in any project development as it determines the project completion time and scope.
  8. 8. Patience
  9. 9. Well Groomed A person who is working inaviation & hospitalityindustry has to make surethathe/she will be well groomedand looks presentable at anygiven point of time may it beat the start of the shifts or theend of it because they are theones that represent the brandhe/she is working for andcreates an impression of theorganization in the guestsmind. This is very important as ithelps in generating futurebusiness.
  10. 10. Confidence A person who isworking in hospitality& aviation industryhas to be veryconfident whiledealing with guest. He/She must be ableto answer thequestions that aguest may ask
  11. 11. Good Command Over EnglishA person who is workingin aviation & hospitalityindustry has to have goodcommand over english ashe/she has constantlyinteract with guests andprovide them with thenecessary informationand assitance , at suchmoments if he/she has fumbles itcreates a negative
  12. 12. Communicationskills Communication skills are some of the most important skills that you need to succeed in the workplace. We talk to people face to face, and we listen when people talk to us. We write emails and reports, and we read the documents that are sent to us. Communication, therefore, is a process that involves at least two people – a sender and a receiver. For it to be successful, the receiver must understand the message in the way that the sender intended.
  13. 13. Positive Attitude Positive attitude helps to cope more easily with the daily affairs of life. It brings optimism into your life, and makes it easier to avoid worry and negative thinking. If you adopt it as a way of life, it will bring constructive changes into your life, and makes them happier, brighter and more successful. With a positive attitude you see the bright side of life, become optimistic and expect the best to happen. It is certainly a state of mind that is well worth developing and strengthening. Positive attitude manifests in the following ways: Positive thinking Constructive thinking Creative thinking Expecting success Optimism Motivation to accomplish your goal Being Inspired
  14. 14. Honesty & Discipline Honesty and Discipline are the fundamental virtues  Honesty is the pillar on which the entire building of life rests. Lies, bad behavior, stealing and shady deals are acid that slowly corrupt this pillar weakening it leading to erode it over the years.  Discipline is the book of protocols that we all imbibe from our family, school and surrounding people.
  15. 15. Persistence
  16. 16. Types of Skin•Normal skin•Dry skin•Oily skin
  17. 17. Normal SkinNormal skin has an even tone, soft, a smooth texture, no visible pores orblemishes, and no greasy patches or flaky areas. This type of skin has aclear, fine-textured, supple and smooth surface which is neither greasynor dry. It glows with an inner health which stems from good bloodcirculation and excellent health.There may be occasional pimples in women just before menstruation dueto increased hormonal activity, which makes the sebaceous glandsoveractive. Acne is, however, not a problem for people with normal skin.It is beautiful, but it needs care if it is to last. Neglect can lead to signs ofaging and wrinkling.
  18. 18. Dry Skin Dry skin has a low level of sebum and can be prone to sensitivity. The skin has a parched look caused by its inability to retain moisture. It usually feels "tight" and uncomfortable after washing unless some type of moisturizer or skin cream is applied. Chapping and cracking are signs of extremely dry, dehydrated skin. Dryness is exacerbated by wind, extremes of temperature and air- conditioning, all of which cause the skin to flake, chap and feel tight. This type of skin is tightly drawn over bones. It looks dull, especially on the cheeks and around the eyes. There may be tiny expression lines on these spots and at the comers of the mouth.
  19. 19. OilySkin Oily skin is caused by glands that produce too much sebum, resulting in skin that has a greasy slippery texture, appears shiny and is frequently has large, clogged pores. Oily skin types are prone to develop acne, a condition resulting from sebum trapped inside the skin and causing pus-filled lesions known as comedones. Despite these drawbacks, oily skin generally remains younger looking and more supple over time than other skin types. Oily skin benefits from periodic herbal steam treatments and clay masks.
  20. 20. Care for normal skin The only care this skin requires is cleaning it twice a day with a mild baby soap and water and toned with something mild, like rose water. At night, to keep your skins normal moisture- balance apply a thin film of home-made moisturizer. Any time your skin becomes slightly oily or slightly dry in any area correct these tendencies by following the advice given regarding these types of skin. Follow every cleansing with a mild freshener to keep pores tight and to remove traces of cleanser clinging to the skin. Use an astringent with a low alcohol content. Avoid direct heat on the face-including that from blow dryers. Always use a mild, oil-based moisturizer under makeup to help retain surface moisture. Guard against the drying, aging effects of the sun by using makeup products that contain a sunscreen. Once every two weeks, stimulate the circulation and smooth the surface of the skin by using a nondrying mask.
  21. 21. Care for Dry SkinTip 1: 1 tsp of milk cream with2-3 drops of lime juice mixed well. This should be applied 10 minutes before a bath. It reduces the dryness and also is good when applied in Winter. Tip 2: Plain, whole milk, applied and left on for 10 minutes and washed with cold water helps.
  22. 22. Care for oily skin  Almonds and honey. The luscious combination of succulent almonds and sweet honey works well as a gentle facial scrub for removing oils and dead skin cells. Mix a small amount of ground almonds with honey to make a paste. Gently massage the paste into your skin with a comfortably hot washcloth. Rinse with cool water.  Baking soda. Be abrasive, but in a mild way. Liquid soap users can add 1/2 teaspoon baking soda into the mixture. Rub gently onto oily areas such as the nose and chin. This gentle abrasive works well in getting rid of blackheads as well as oil. Rinse with cool water.
  23. 23. Types of Hair Hair is usually classified into four types :- Normal Dry Oily Combination
  24. 24. Normal Hairfor normal hair Care  Use natural shampoo to clean the hair.  Use coconut oil or mustard oil at least three times in a week.  Use medicated oils like Mahabhringraj oil, Amala oil and Arnica oil. Put oil on the scalp and massage gently in the roots of the hair.  Do regular physical exercise.
  25. 25. Dry Hair Dry Hair is due to inactive oil glands. It is also caused by other factorslike over exposure to the sun, using harsh shampoo and chemicaltreatment. Accumulated oil, block the pores not allowing the oil to flowon to the surface. This is another reason for dry hair. Dry hair wouldneed plenty of nourishment.
  26. 26. Oily Hair This is usually accompanied with oily skin. This is due to the oversecretion of oil. Hence the scalp and hair gets too oily. Oily hair iseasily recognizable. It looks greasy even after shampooing and andattracts more dirt. The oily hair needs to be washed every third or fourth day or evenmore frequently depending on individual comfort and rinsed out withlemon. Use oils and shampoos rich in neem and henna. A headmassage with a herbal oil helps maintain the pH level of the scalp.Avoid oily foods and binge on green leafy vegetables and fruits.
  27. 27. Combination hair Combination hair — an oily scalp plus dry ends — can be a challenge. Tackle the dryness and you’re likely to add to the oiliness. But combating the oily scalp can dry out your ends. Here’s how to beat them both. Care Tips: Use a mild PH balanced shampoo not more than three times a week to control your oily scalp. Try running a little powder through your scalp to absorb the extra oil while using a leave-in conditioner for the strands. This way you have absorbed the extra oil on your scalp but the dry strands are cared for with the leave-in conditioner.
  28. 28. Care for Dry Hair Mix one spoon of shikakai powder to one cup of coconut milk. Massage your hair with it and leave it for 20 minutes. Wash your hair later to get soft, silky hair. Mash some banana in one cup of curd. Apply it to your hair and leave for 15 minutes. It results in deep conditioning. Warm up some coconut oil and put some lemon juice in it. Apply it to your scalp and massage well. This prevents dandruff, the common feature of dry
  29. 29. Yoga Yoga is a scientific system of physical and mentalpractices that originated in India more than three thousandyears ago. Its purpose is to help each one of us achieve ourhighest potential and to experience enduring health andhappiness. With Yoga, we can extend ourhealthy, productive years far beyond the accepted normand, at the same time, improve the quality of our lives. The branch of Yoga that forms with both adults andchildren is called Hatha Yoga. Hatha Yoga tries to achievebalance between body and mind, as well as attempts to freethe more subtle spiritual elements of the mind throughphysical poses or Asanas Breathing techniques or
  30. 30. Jump Rope ExerciseJumping rope is an effective cardio exercise that works yourarms, legs, and core, helps strengthen your bones, andimproves balance.Begin each move standing with your knees slightlybent, holding the rope at about hip height, with your palmsfacing your body. With each jump, push evenly off the balls ofyour feet, keeping your knees soft and your torso upright.Resist the urge to bounce between jumps.
  31. 31. Meditation Meditation is universal. It transcends all divides likereligion, country and culture. It is a gift given to mankindto access the infinite sprit not limited by any identity. It isthe only tool that can aid a person to return to innocence. Meditation helps an individual overcome these emotions tofacilitate a calm peaceful mind and a healthy and stressfree body.Upon daily practice an individual will blossominto an unshakable personality. With increase in thenumber of people who are calm, peaceful and healthy willfacilitate a social transformation, enabling a societythat is trusting, happy and content. Sit in Padmasana then , Close your eyes and gently rollthem upwards toward your “third eye”, the point justbetween and above your eyebrows. This helps calm the mindvery quickly.
  32. 32. USE LEMON FOR BEAUTIFUL SKINFor brighter, softer skin use fresh lemon juice on any area of yourbody, including the knees, elbows, and face to brighten up and soften yourskin. Lemon juice also fades freckles and age spots by applying lemonjuice on the areas before going to bed at night. Over the course of a week ortwo, it will cleanse the skin and lighten its color. You can also add 1/2 cupof fresh juice to your bath water and soak for 20 minutes for an all overskin treatment.
  33. 33. Personal Grooming Treatments First I wash my face cold water in the morning. Then Brush my teath & take bath. I wash my face with himalayan face wash. Before coming frankfinn institute I use Garnier cream on my face. In night before going to bed I apply moisturizer cream on my face. I wash my hair with natural shampoo. Once in month I use Hair packs.

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