Hyderabad,S. Chandrashekara Reddy: Dermatoglyphics may be an emerging subject in India. But, in western world, it is an established subject which identifies one’s hidden potential and generates multiple intelligence test report with finger prints. It is useful for individuals as well as corporate world. The subject is developed based on the scientific study of the fingerprints and proven scientific methods to decode the brain’s potential. It combines neurobiology, genetics, brain science and embryology coupled with clinical studies.
It identifies one’s inborn talents, strengths, weaknesses and leadership qualities. It suggests best learning pattern and best career option suitable for an individual. It helps an individual to identify personal EQ, IQ, AQ (Adversity Quotient) and CQ(Creativity Quotient). It helps corporate world in pre-employment screening. It also measures your sensual ability and thought process. Recently, this pen has interviewed Siddamsetty ShriPuja, a Dermatoglyphic Analyst at Barefoot Learning Experience, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad. She said that she performs DMIT test to help her clients know their Brain Inner Sketch Global Services.
“Majority Indians are not aware of this particular branch of knowledge. Even minority section, which heard of it, has a misconception that it is something like palmistry and future telling. Unfortunately, we have a few Dermatoglyphic analysts who can conduct DMIT tests in India. It is further low in cities like Hyderabad” she said.
“It is a scientifically proven fact that finger prints share linkage with brain. DMIT measures and gives suggestions to improve various types of intelligence such as intrapersonal intelligence, logical mathematical intelligence, linguistic intelligence, naturalist intelligence, visual intelligence, musical intelligence and kinesthetic intelligence” she further added.
“DMIA report enables parents to understand their children’s inborn and genetic talents and how to nurture those talents. It specifies the areas where they need to improve. It helps parents identify required interaction method with their children. It helps parents avoid ‘trial and error’ state where they try to make their child learn something without knowing whether the child can understand it or not” expressed Siddamsetty Shripuja.