DMIT Features

Interpersonal Intelligence

To empathise with another person. To be able to distinguish among people and to appreciate their views with sensitivity to their motives, moods, and intentions. It involves interacting effectively with one or more people in familiar, casual or working circumstances.

Suggested Careers: Business consultant, Psychologist, Novelist.

Intrapersonal Intelligence

To think about and understand one’s self. To be aware of one’s strengths and weaknesses and to plan effectively to achieve personal goals. Reflecting on and monitoring one’s thoughts and feelings and regulating them effectively & to have the ability to monitor one’s self .

Suggested Careers: Teacher, Consultant, Public relations specialist.

Linguistic Intelligence

To think in words and to use language to express and understand complex meanings. Sensitivity to understand the meaning of words and the order of words, sounds, rhythms, inflections. To reflect on the use of everyday life & ability to understand both spoken and written language.

Suggested Careers: Author, Poet, Reporter, Translator.

Logical-Mathematical Intelligence

To calculate, quantify or consider propositions and perform complex mathematical or logical operations. This type of intelligence involves inductive and deductive reasoning skills as well as critical problem-solving. To think of cause and effect relations.

Suggested Careers: Mathematician, Engineer, Scientist, Accountant.

BodyKinesthetic Intelligence

To think in movements and to use the body in skilled and complicated ways for expressive and goal-directed activities. A sense of timing, coordination for whole body movement and the use of hands for manipulating objects and reaction.

Suggested Careers: Actor, Surgeon, Dancer, Instrumental Musician, Artisan, Athlete.

Musical-Rhythmic Intelligence

To think of sounds, rhythms, melodies, and rhymes. To be sensitive to pitch, rhythm, timbre, and tone. To recognize, create and reproduce music by using an instrument or voice. Active listening and a strong connection between music and emotions.

Suggested Careers: Music composer, Vocalist, Instrument technician.

Why DMIT ?

Kids DMIT

Kids DMIT

Explore the child’s inborn learning style or ability, which enables deeper understanding between the parent and the child and helps implement the most suitable parenting style based on the child’s character traits. The DMIT report is an important guideline, which can help while choosing a university major that best suits the inborn abilities and potential, even for choosing appropriate career path after graduation.

Adults DMIT

Adults DMIT

DMIT Identifies the strengths and weaknesses of an individual and suggests ways to develop each type of intelligence. It helps one discover and understand one’s talents and abilities so as to select a rewarding career. DMIT report can be a good reference for those who are planning for a career change, start new business or learn skill and style or education and progress further. All these helps increase personal development levels.

Corporates DMIT

Corporates DMIT

Benefits of DMIT for Corporates is to understand and help hiring right, self-motivated individuals to increase productivity. It enables deeper understanding between the Employee and the Employer and helps delegating the job to right subordinate and in their career future planning.

About Us

In today’s high-profile and high-tech age, Career is important to each and every person. It is parents’ responsibility to find out the hidden talent of their child and prepare them for their bright future. For this, they should give them good and genuine training and guide their children in the right direction. Dermatoglyphics Multiple Intelligence Test (DMIT) is one excellent tool developed to support this fact of life.

MENDU provides high quality, high impact report to explore the hidden / inborn potential of kids and adults. The report provides the support needed by children in order to develop to their full potential. Our assessments are based on the individual biometric traits that one is born with.

We thus know that Dermatoglyphic analysis can be used to discover the inborn intelligence, potential and as the reference for an appropriate suggestion of advantage development.

"Perfection is achieved, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away."

ANTOINE DE SAINT-EXUPÉRY

From the Blog

10 Tips for Kids Simple and Organized Living

10 Tips for Kids Simple and Organized Living

  1. Outdoor Toys – Organize outside toys by keeping a large plastic tub or crate on the porch/deck or in the garage. Go through and throw away toys that are broken and give away or sell toys that have been outgrown or are no longer in use.
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Kid’s Development: 1½ to 3 Months

You and your baby are slowly settling into a routine of nap times and awake times. By three months, your baby is awake for a good part of the day, and sleeping most of the night. Your baby is ready to learn about the world when he is awake. It’s a good time to slowly introduce new experiences to your baby.

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Kid’s Development in first 7 Weeks

Newborns experience the world very differently from the way that we experience the world. Newborns are totally dependent on us for their basic needs. Fortunately, newborns have ways of communicating their needs to us. In the first six weeks, you and your baby will learn a lot about each other.

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Skills Acquiring Stages At Kid’s Different Ages

Baby’s brain weighs about one quarter (1/4) of what an adult’s brain weighs!

The brain grows very rapidly during the first several years of life. During this time, your kid is learning all sorts of new skills. Because children usually acquire developmental milestones or skills during a specific time period, we can predict when most children will learn different skills.

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Child Development At Different Stages

Child development is a process every child goes through. This process involves learning and mastering skills like sitting, walking, talking, skipping, and tying shoes.

Children develop these skills, called progressive milestones, during predictable time periods.

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Amazing Brain Facts

Our brain is like a very complex yet powerful computer that process our commands and stores our memory and controls our emotions and how we as humans think and react. It has grown over time and features some incredibly complicated parts that scientists still struggle to understand.

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