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Brainwonders, a Dermatoglyphics Expert, announces expansion plans, targets new cities for 2017

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Brainwonders, an expert in the science of Dermatoglyphics and the only company with a patented product on Dermatoglyphics, has announced mega expansion plans for 2017. The company will expand to 250 more domestic and international cities in the coming year with increased focus on major metro regions. Brainwonders has revolutionized the concept of educational counseling through DMIT i.e. Dermatoglyphics Multiple Intelligence Test since its launch in 2011.

As of now, Brainwonders is present in 30 cities and has 92 franchisees panning major states within the country. Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bangalore and Delhi were the top markets in 2016 where individuals, parents, students and professionals used Dermatoglyphics to understand their intelligence levels and adopt best ways of learning.

Manish Naidu, Founder, Brainwonders, says "Right from a young age, an ideal education needs to be holistic and should facilitate the involvement of multiple intelligence-based learning. With Brainwonders, our aim is to create wonders by identifying the skills and aptitude of infants and promoting them to perfection. Dermatoglyphics uses modern and advanced technology in determining one's inborn strengths, weak points, knacks and the most suitable career option for the candidate. The Brainwonders DMIT software specializes in maintaining accuracy and highest levels of precision."

Dermatoglyphics is the study of ridge patterns of the skin of the fingers, palms, toes and soles to understand one's intelligence levels and learning style. It is a complete, auto-assessment interface that is uniquely adaptive, intuitive and responsive to any child's unique needs and skill-sets.

Brainwonders is the first and only company in Asia to have tied up with Professor Lin who holds the only U.? Patent for Dermatoglyphics Technique.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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First Published: Tue, December 27 2016. 15:24 IST