ELIGIBLE AGE GROUPS
- Toddlers (Age 0 to 3)
- Children (Age 4 to 12)
- Teenagers (Age 13 to 19)
- Youngsters (Age 20 to 25)
- Adults (Age 26 onwards)
With four simple processes DMIT test can be applied and identify innate characteristics.
- Measured ATD
- Scanning of fingerprints
- Generating and Analysing report
- Counselling on report
- Inborn potentials
- Brain Lobe Strength
- IQ, EQ, AQ, CQ, & SQ
- Multiple intelligences
- Learning styles
- Work management styles
We, at Brain Masters’ counsel the client on the basis of report generated on following facts:
- Character traits
- Behavioral traits
- Negative characteristics
- Developmental suggestion
- Decision making
- Overcome changes or pressure
- Recommended career options
Child Development Program (CDP)
Parents are always curious and worried about the growth and development of their child’s future. We, at Brain Masters recognised the needs of counselling and orientation for child’s right path development so we promote and recommend ‘Child Development Programme’ (CDP).
Youth Development Program (YDP)
At Brain Master’s, we understand the progression that prepares a youth to meet the challenges of adolescence and adulthood. We encourage youth to move towards career selection. Brain Masters’ Youth Development Program enhance the inner potential through activities and one hand experience.
Professional Development Program (PDP)
Brain Master’s understands, ‘Professional Development Program’ broaden the scopes of skills that ultimately enable to commence a superior result of work. It fulfils your requisites as a professional through development of ‘Five Cs’ – Credibility, Capability, Competency, Confidence and Contented in work performances.
Institutional Development Program (IDP)
Brain Master’s recommended ‘Institutional Development Programmes’ for every academic and training institutions for betterment. Each institution sets goal, may be annually or long term. These goals are basically for curricular and co-curricular performance. Achievements in these areas are equally important for institutions.