Dermatoglyphics (from ancient Greek derma = skin, glyph = carving) is the scientific study of fingerprints.The process of fingerprint identification had been used for several hundred years now. As you are aware, a common yet faulty method of checking the intelligence level by measuring only language, mathematics and logic of a child is an IQ test. It completely overlooks talents in areas like sports, music, art forms, communication etc.


The theory of multiple intelligence was proposed by Howard Gardner in 1983. In his conception, a child who masters multiplication easily is not necessarily more intelligent overall than a child who struggles to do so. The second child may be stronger in a different kind of intelligence.

   

The Indian education system, focuses more on cramming information in the minds of our children, rather than giving them true knowledge, which they can use to shape a successful career. Our system also overlooks the specific learning needs of each child, who is unique, resulting in immense stress which then leads to the shocking figure of over 12,000 students commit suicide in India due to exam related stress. This number is alarming and makes us wonder where our system is going wrong!

  

As a concerned parent, one needs to take an active role in understanding the special intrinsic potential of one’s child, and design suitable learning methods around one’s child’s needs. The DMI Assessment technique has been developed by scientists and research experts from world renowned universities and is based on knowledge from Genetics, Embryology, Dermatoglyphics, Psychology and Neuroscience.

 

The DMI Test will reveal the following information about your child-

·  Intrinsic potential

·  Multiple Intelligence Distribution

·  Dominant and Preferred Learning Style

·  Learning Communication Character

·  Allocation of Various Abilities

·  Psychological & Planning Capability

·  Learning Sensitivity

·  Innate Work – Management style

 

Benefits of DMIT:

Inborn Talent

Personality and Behavior
Level of Multiple Intelligence
Stream Selection
Career Options
Brain Dominance
Thought process
Senses