The fork is one cutlery that we, at fullhyd, can not do without. Every time there is a dispute (normally resulting from the battle for supremacy at Playstation), the solution is found in a fork-fight (swords our beyond our budget). But another use of the fork is food related. And even though we may not have a budget to rave about, we do have etiquette to boast of. Well, actually we don't, but fortunately there are other people who can fill the void that we leave.
International etiquette expert, Rummy Sharma, has some pointers for the kids. In a two-day workshop for children of ages 7 through 14, he will explain the nuances of social protocol.
The course will cover the nitty-gritty of topics like appropriate greeting, handshake, table manners, telephone behaviour and conduct at parties. Sharma has compiled 111 rules into a book called "Mannerz Rule Book 4 Kidz" that serves as a ready reckoner.
Please contact 2355-0113 or look up www.professionalprotocol.itgo.com for more details.