- Through Discover Brain DMIT, job seekers will, first of all, get to know their core competencies, and their strengths and weaknesses and then they can accordingly apply for jobs.
Through Brain Dominance introduced by Dr. Roger W. Sperry in 1981, job seekers will get an idea about how creative or how logical they are and accordingly take up conventional jobs or jobs which involve and require creativity.
Through John L. Holland’s RIASEC Theory, job seekers understand whether they are Realistic, Investigative, Artistic, Social, Enterprising, or Conventional, and then again seek and apply for jobs which best suit them.
- Through the Adversity Quotient, job seekers will get an idea if they will be able to survive through challenges, deadlines, stress, high pressure, highly demanding jobs and accordingly go for them.
Through VAK Theory, they will understand whether they are visual, auditory or kinaesthetic learners, and accordingly present a demo on their work and skills to the HR. If they are Visual, they can do through flow charts and graphs or any other kinds of visual associations, auditory learners can explain verbally, and kinaesthetic learners can explain through hands-on-activities.
Through the extra-curricular activities, job seekers will be able to mention in their resumes, the extra-curricular based on their multiple intelligences which are highlighted by Discover Brain DMIT, and not just interests.
- Through career options, job seekers will be able to undertake trainings and prepare themselves for the most suited careers as listed by Discover Brain DMIT.