Today, not general education but excellence is singularly responsible for gaining access to higher courses and careers. Companies are selecting a few most excellent candidates and asking 21st century skill set rather than mark list and certificates. The key to excellence is nurturing of natural talents. The identification of inborn talents in each student is a vital step to find out suitable courses and careers. Get ready for a psychometric assessment based on world renowned educational psychologist Dr.Howard Gardner of Harvard University, USA to understand the students dominant talents and suitable courses to excel in future. Each student will get a forty pages assessment report plotting and describing nine intelligences, memory capacity, suitable plus one streams, areas of interest and suitable careers.
Traditionally, the educators considered intelligence as a one dimensional entity. But in recent years, Multiple Intelligence concept gained acceptance and have dramatically enhanced the appraisal of human talents. Howard Gardner of Harvard University in his book, Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences suggests that there are at least nine human intelligences as verbal/linguistic, logical/mathematical, spatial, musical, kinesthetic, interpersonal, intrapersonal and naturalistic. If we develop ways to teach and learn by engaging all nine intelligences, we can amplify the possibilities for student success in all areas of competitiveness and ultimately to a position of excellence. Here we introduce an intelligent school concept in which diverse student gifts will find a fitting place.