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DMIT (Dermatoglyphics Multiple Intelligence Test) is a psychometric analysis based on the scientific study of fingerprints. It studies the ridged skin patterns found on fingers, palms, toes and soles which are formed during the foetal development stage and once developed are unchanged for life. For most purposes, these also act as unique genetic identifiers.

Scientists have established congenital links between these patterns and an individual’s traits and talents. DMIT gives an accurate understanding of a person’s multiple intelligences as well as his innate potential capabilities and personality. This can help them decide between multiple choices available in different fields such as education, hobbies, sports, art, music, career options and more.

Evidence suggests that Dermatoglyphics research is generally based on Dr. Howard Gardner’s seminal Theory of Multiple Intelligence, where he discusses the possibility of multiple learners following multiple (differential and individually unique) modes of learning and development.

However, to take advantage of the multiple intelligence learning paradigm, an accurate analysis must be made of the learner’s natural acumen, growth potential and most importantly, degrees of compatibility with specific education modules.

We all know that the brain controls our entire body. The Right Part of our body is controlled by Left Brain and the Left Part of our body is controlled by Right Brain.

Medical experts and scientists thus discovered that the amount of brain cells distributed in different parts of the brain helps us understand a person’s multiple intelligence as well as his innate potential capabilities and personality. Our fingerprints reveal to us what we need and how we learn, transforming our lives through a holistic education approach.

Multiple Intelligence
There are 8 types of intelligence – Visual, Kinaesthetic, Musical, Interpersonal, Intrapersonal, Linguistic, Logical and Naturalistic. Each individual possesses different kinds of intelligence and therefore learns, remembers, understands and thus performs in different ways. The fingerprints reveal what one needs and how one best learns.

How DMIT helps
DMIT gives an accurate understanding of a person’s multiple intelligences as well as his innate potential capabilities and personality. This can help them decide between multiple choices available in different fields such as education, hobbies, sports, art, music, career options and more.

  • A detailed DMIT Report helps in:
  • Evaluating personality type and learning styles
  • Identifying highs and lows of innate intelligence
  • Discipline specialisation
  • Assigning tools and techniques to guide the individual to enhance the mindset and achieve higher performance