HISTORY OF DMIT
In a group of scientists found a link between fingerprints and multiple-intelligence in humans. Medical research confirms that the finger prints are formed at a very early stage of human development, anywhere between the 13th and 19th week of an embryo. It was found that both the brain development and finger prints are growing simultaneously at this particular period. Hence a direct correlation between the fingerprints and brain development was established.
With the advancement in the field of Dermatoglyphics, researchers found out that fingerprint analysis not only recognises a person’s area for growth and development but can also measure a persons IQ, EQ and behavioural patterns very efficiently. These findings helps a person to identify their strengths and weaknesses in various areas of aptitude, behaviour, logic, communications, emotional ,intelligence , memory based abilities etc.
If you really wish to find out your Child’s true potential, then Dermatoglyphics Multiple Intelligence Test (DMIT) is what you should opt for. In today’s life, everyone is looking for fields which will help their child to earn success rapidly. Unfortunately many of us have no information about the hidden talents of their children.
WHY DMIT ?
As We know, the Indian education system, focuses more on cramming education in the minds of our students, rather than giving them true knowledge, which they can use to shape a successful career. Our system also overlooks the special learning needs of each child, who is unique, resulting in huge stress.
Shockingly, above 12,000 students commit suicides in India due to exam related stress. This number is alarming and makes us wonder where our system is going wrong!!!!!!!
We as parents need to take an active role in understanding the special inbuilt potential of our child, and should encourage suitable learning methods around our child needs. DMIT 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.