Warehouse Associate professional offering 4 years of diversified experience.Excellent communication and problem solving skills.Dedicated to achieve customer satisfaction as well as meeting or surpassing company expectations.
Good computer skills
I am fast learner
I am an excellent peoples person
I am hard worker
I am team player
I am goal oriented
I am faxible for many tasks
General Associate March 2015 to June 2015Inter Design － Emerald valley, OHBanded,shiping,picking,scaning,lavaling, wrapped, packaged and cleaned equipment.
General Associate January 2008 to July 2010Annapurna Werehouse － Birtamood, JhapaPacked containers and re-packed damaged containers.
General Associate August 2010 to November 2012Birta Warehouse － Birtamood , JhapaRotated stock by code and receiving date.
High School Diploma : Mathmatics, 2001Prativa Namuna Secondary School － Khudunabari, Jhapa, Nepal
Bachelor of Arts : Mathmatics,Economics, 2008Mahendra Ratna Multipal － Illam, Mechi, NepalI have done hotel traning,and neutration training Provided by UNHCR
Section 1: The Monster Grendel What does the poet do right after introducing Grendel.
What seems to be irritating Grendel.
Describe the "hall" where Hrothgar's men lived.
Section 2 Describe the threat posed by Grendel.
How do the Danes react to the threat of Grendel.
What explanation is given for why the menace of Grendel has stricken the Danes.
Section 3 What qualities of the epic hero does Beowulf have.
What does he hear.
What does he decide to do.
The poet suggests the "power of fate." How does he do this.
Upon arrival at Herot, Beowulf and his warriors are greeted by whom.
Section 4: The Arrival of the Hero What message does Hrothgar send with Wulfgar to Beowulf.
Of what accomplishments does Beowulf boast.
How does Beowulf propose to fight Grendel.
What is Beowulf's view of his chance of success.
Section 5 What does Hrothgar say about Beowulf's father.
Why would Hrothgar remind Beowulf of helping his father.
Section 6 - 7: Unferth's Challenge Epic Hero: A challenge to a hero made by a character of inferior status, like Unferth, is a common motif in heroic poetry.
This builds suspense because it raises a question about Beowulf's ability to defeat Grendel.
What does Unferth suggest about Beowulf's accomplishments.
Why might Unferth think that Beowulf is ashamed of having taken part in the swimming race.
How does Beowulf answer Unferth's allegations.
What is Beowulf's explanation for not leaving Brecca far behind.
What impression of Queen Welthow make.
What is Beowulf's response to her and what does this reveal about his character.
After the feast, how do Beowulf and his men prepare for Grendel.
Section 8: The Battle with Grendel If Beowulf is an archetype of an epic hero, of what is Grendel an archetype.
Grendel has been attacking Herot successfully for years.
What will be different this time.
Why do you think Beowulf allows Grendel to slaughter on of the Geats before taking action.
How does Beowulf surprise Grendel.
Section 9 How does Grendel make the warriors' swords ineffective.
How does Beowulf succeed then at finally killing Grendel.
How does Beowulf prove his victory over Grendel.
Why might he do this.
What two forces result in Grendel's defeat.
Section 10 What has happened to Grendel.
How is Beowulf's victory seen as affecting Hrothgar's reputation.
How does Grendel's mother respond.
Section 11 What does Hrothgar ask Beowulf to do.
What is Beowulf's response.
Section 12: the Monster's Mother Hrothgar rewards Beowulf with a golden banner, a helmet, a coat of mail, and an ancient sword named Hrunting.
He also gives him 8 horses with golden bridles.
Describe how Beowulf comes to the lair of Grendel's mother.
What characteristics of an epic hero does Beowulf display during his fight with Grendel's mother.
At what point in the fight does it appear that Beowulf might not succeed.
What saves him.
How does he kill Grendel's mother.
What is Beowulf's final revenge against Grendel.
Part Two Section 14: the Final Battle What does Beowulf do with Grendel's head.
Presented with many gifts, where does Beowulf go.
What position does have.
How many years have passed before this passage.
What is his next battle.
Why must he do this.
How is this older Beowulf different from the Beowulf who slew Grendel and his mother.
How does Beowulf's acceptance of fate show his deep sense of responsibility to his people.
How does the dragon compare to Grendel and his mother.
What goes wrong during Beowulf's battle with the dragon.
What are you led to believe about Beowulf's ultimate fate.
How do Beowulf's men react to the sight of the dragon gaining victory over Beowulf.
Section 15 What arguments does Wiglaf use to convince the men that they must fight with Beowulf.