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DMIT Principles

Dermatoglyphics is the study of fingerprints, palm prints and sole prints. The dermal ridges begin to form around the 13th week of gestation and complete development by the end of the 21st week, and then remain invariable. Each one's Dermatoglyphics pattern is unique and unalterable.

Dermatoglyphics pattern has been accepted as a diagnostic tool and has been extended into public research field as a dominant science.

Dermatoglyphics analysis is the combination of new computer technology and science (Quantitative analysis).By scanning and comparing the fingerprint patterns, we are able to find out the inborn advantages and give suggestions according to each person's own characteristics with no bias.

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Millions of theories, books, self-help and guided trainings exist today to help a person develop at school, work or just personally. But development at what cost? Whilst it may all be effective,but how precise is it? Has it hit home or just influenced? This is the perennial question that lies in the mind of any people-centric professional. How can we be EXACT?

ELIXIR  SOLUTIONS a company out to assist people becomes a pioneer with the introduction of ELIXIR  SOLUTIONS DMIT (Dermatoglyphic Multiple Intelligence Testing) internationally.

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Dermatoglyphics is the study of ridged skin patterns (also known as dermatoglyphs) which can be found on fingers, palms, toes and soles. These patterns are formed from the external ectoderm and usually occur during the fetal development stage, 13 to 19 weeks after fertilization. Through research, geneticists have proven that dermatoglyph formations are controlled by chromosomes, and the patterns are influenced by polygenetic inheritance. These genes do not exhibit dominance, and they are very resistant to acquired changes from the environment. Using their morphologies, the patterns can be classified into two categories, namely "ridges" and "furrows". During the seventh week of pregnancy, vertical thumb creases (thenar contours) begins to appear on the palm of the embryo. Two weeks later, remote and proximal horizontal creases (hypothenar contours) begin to form.


What are the contents of GODDS DMIT (Dermatoglyphics Multiple Intelligence Test) report?

GODDS Dermatoglyphics Multiple Intelligence Test report is currently the most updated and accurate report, which includes NGF, PI(expansion required) and the latest method for increasing the analytical accuracy. This report differs with the ones from other companies because GODDS has a large and established research team, which consists of research centers located in Singapore & networks in India.

The contents of GODDS DMIT report include
  • Table of major functions corresponding to various Neocortex regions
  • TDistribution of multiple intelligences
  • Comparison between left and right brain hemispheres
  • Neocortex regional functions and intelligence weightage
  • ATD(expansion) perspective and reflex sensitivity
  • Innate personalities and characteristics
  • IQ, EQ, AQ, CQ, SQ
  • Preferred learning style
  • Advantageous learning via sensory organs types.
  • Courses and subjects learning development recommendations chart.
  • Activities Selection
  • Career Selection
  • Inborn Work Management Style - very useful for HR training & selection

Multiple Intelligences

  • Linguistic
  • Logical-mathematical
  • Bodily-kinesthetic
  • Musical
  • Spatial
  • Naturalist
  • Interpersonal
  • Preferred learning style
  • Intrapersonal
  • Existential

To understand your child's learning style, observe her as she plays. Which toys does she tend to choose? Chances are, you'll notice that her favourites have something in common. Perhaps they all have bright colours and distinct patterns or interesting textures and shapes, or make sounds. Then look at how she plays: Does she tend to look at objects intently or to hold and feel them in her hands? Perhaps she is less interested in toys than in rolling, tumbling, and moving around. As you cuddle up with your child and a favourite book, pay attention to what she is most interested in. Is it looking at the illustrations? Listening to the cadence of the words and rhymes as you read aloud? Touching the different objects pictured on the page? Or does she practically leap out of your lap and start to act out the actions in the story as you describe them? Most children have a number of different intelligences and learning styles and can be engaged in a variety of ways. If you don't see a strong preference for particular toys or games, it means that your child has more than one primary intelligence or that she isn't old enough to have developed a strong predilection. In most cases you can begin to see a preference for particular styles at around age two. By then your child will most likely respond best to specific activities and types of experiences. Respecting individual intelligences and learning styles means offering your child a variety of ways to learn. This doesn't mean that you should shy away from helping him master certain skills — almost anything can be taught in a way that works well for a specific intelligence. When you identify and respond to your child's intelligence and learning style, you help him approach the world on his own terms. Playing to his strengths can make mastering new skills less frustrating — and can help him develop a lifelong love of learning.


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A very powerful diagnostic tool for our teachers and students!

Mr. Judith Hollows

MAIS Academic Development Manager(UK)

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Great to be with Elixir. You are doing this job with a lot of passion. Thanks. Will recommend this to friends.

Mr. Manoj Madhav

Strategic Accountant Head, Reliance communications

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DMIT is absolutely great! Do it so you know it! Thanks Elixir 5Q.

Manjit Mohan

CEO of Trekois

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A “MUST” DO. Recommended for Everyone. Gets you to understand yourself better. Thanks and God Bless

Mr. Purushothaman Pillay

Rtd. Army Officer, Indian Army.

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Wish I had access to this tool when I was a child.

Mr. Rajendran Valappil

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New Idea! Excellent experience!!! Felt very good….

Mr. Jayadas Menon

Administrative Officer, Indian Army

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DMIT tool is an excellent Psychological tool to analyze oneself. I had a better experience to assess myself.

Mr. Vinod Kottayil

Chief editor, Mentor magazine

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“ELIXIR 5Q SOLUTIONS DMIT analysis has a unique concept to identify inborn talent and hidden intelligence in a human being through the medium of finger prints. Students and individuals can find ‘the perfect’ direction of their lives and careers through it. We recommend all aspiring individuals and parents undergo ELIXIR 5Q SOLUTIONS DMIT analysis.”

Mrs. Smita Shashi

Former Head of Jumbo Kids Centre, Teacher

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When I heard about the DMIT Concept, I was very excited to know my inborn skills, and after the amazing counselling done by the Team, I was surprised to see that 95% of the report was accurate. If i had the privilege to do it at an early age, no doubt I would have been very successful. I would recommend everyone to do the DMIT Report, irrespective of your age. I must say, it would definitely help you in 3 ways, Professionally, Personally and Socially.

Mr. Vincent Dsouza

Project Lead

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I’m just amazed by the 100% accurate report that I received after the DMIT analysis. It is a very unique concept, which identifies the inborn talent of any person. The report said I would not be enjoying my IT work and that was right. Without much hassle, this definitely helps the person to choose the right career option. The earlier the better. I would personally recommend this to every individual, without a second thought.

Mr. Ashwini Shastry

System Engineer