DMIT stands for Dermatoglyphics Multiple Intelligence Test.
The word Dermotoglyphics originates from two ancient Greek words, derma = skin and glyph = carving.
Multiple Intelligence is a scientific method of understanding brain lobes and its usages. The theory of multiple intelligences is a means to accurately define the ‘intelligence’ in humans based on proportion of different abilities, rather than seeing intelligence as dominated by a single general ability.
DMIT is a scientific study associated with fingerprint patterns and brain lobes. DMIT technique was developed by scientist Dr. Howard Gardner and his team of medical experts.
80% of human brain development occurs in first few years. A new born child’s brain develops in response to both genes and the environment. While genes provide the initial mapping, environment (among others) plays key role in shaping a young brain.
To provide suitable environment for a brain to learn and grow and to complement initial brain mapping, it is essential to:
Understand your or your child’s inborn potential, strengths and personality
Understand your or your child’s learning and acquiring methods
Choose ‘right’ academic and extra curriculum from childhood that align with your or your child’s strengths
Relation between Fingerprints and Brain
Fingerprint patterns are unique with each individual. Fingerprints are closely associated with the brain development process inside mother’s womb as the same cells that develop brain neurons also formulate fingerprint patterns. This allows for an analysis of brain lobes and their usages using formation and amount of ridge present in the fingerprints.
DMIT can help discover:
- Inborn talents, strengths and potential
- Areas of improvement
- Learning styles and acquiring methods
- Intelligent Quotient (IQ), Emotional Quotient (EQ), Adversity Quotient (AQ) and Creativity Quotient (CQ)
- Left and right brain dominance
- Personality types
- Relationship and corporate compatibilities
DMIT can help you choose more suitable:
- Extracurricular activities
- Academic electives
- Self-development courses and programs
- Right career choices