"To work relentlessly toward creating pathways to
nurture future cosmic citizens"
- One such conception is the "Theory of Multiple Intelligence" Was Proposed by Dr. Howard Gardner of Harvard University in 1983 in his path-breaking book "Frames of Mind" to redefine the concept of intelligence. This theory suggests that traditional psychometric views of intelligence are too limited. All people have different kinds of "intelligences."
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DMIT is an abbreviation of Dermatoglyphics Multiple Intelligence Test. Dermatoglyphics is the scientific study of ridged skin patterns found on fingers. These patterns are formed during the fetal development stage between 13 to 19 weeks. Through research, it has been proved that ridged skin pattern formations are controlled by chromosomes, and are influenced by polygenetic inheritance...
The purpose of education in the future will not be to create people with heads crammed full of knowledge, but to rear children who know how to efficiently use the whole brain. Rearing children with enormous ability, rich creativity, and the capability to make use of high proportion of their brain should be the goal of child rearing...