Our Core Research Revolves Around Global Pain Points

GUESSWORK IN
EDUCATION
by parents/educators
Mediocrity &
UNCERTAINTY
in educational outcomes
DROWNING IN
Content
missing relevance 
ABSOLUTE
MISMATCH
learner needs vs direction

Look at the most successful people in the world. What's common?

Is it their degrees, diplomas, grades, schooling, hard work, destiny, family background, or something else!

We found out only three common factors

Work around their Natural Ability, Superior Cognitive Abilities, Self Confident Quick Learners

This defines our approach

We took the challenge to change the world forever

It took us over a decade to develop standardized processes that can help address these pain areas. For 10 long years, we conducted our research, surveys & experiments with ...

300+ Schools

Rural to Urban

10000+ Students

From Nursery to Grade XII

1500+ Teachers

Primary to Higher Secondary

6000+ Parents

Illiterates to Post Grads

Outcomes published & documented in National Journal of Multi Disciplinary R&D

Face value of the prevalent educational system. National Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development, Sep Vol 1; Issue 4; Pp. 12-15. 

We researched & identified that all advanced technologies have a strong scientific base & their outcomes are almost certain like ...

Food Technology

Medical Science

IT & Electronics

Transportation

Only education is left far behind

The missing link is our little understanding about human brain & its potential. We can only improve upon something if we are able to measure it in standardized units. Like time can be measured in seconds, distance in meters, temperature in celsius, or even human body has its own set of metrics like blood group, weight, height, cholesterol level etc. We got the answer. We did the breakthrough.

Evidence of Effectiveness of Learning Solutions

  1. Nanda, HK., and Marwaha, Shruti  (2015).  “Suggestive case study on evidence of effectiveness of customized education training based on the outcomes of cognitive ability testing to develop high mental (cognitive) abilities & personality in students between 14-20 year age group to achieve maximum Employability, International Journal of Applied Research; 1(4): 47-54 
  2. Nanda, HK., Marwaha, Shruti, and Seth, Geetika (2016) Analysis of variation in intelligence quotient after successful completion of customized solutions & training programme, International Journal of Current Research and Modern Education 1(1):107-117. 
  3. Marwaha, Shruti, and Seth, Geetika (2016) Empirical evidence of effectiveness of customized education training among children based on cognitive ability testing - a longitudinal approach, International Journal of Scientific Research and Modern Education 1(1):136-148. 
  4. Marwaha, Shruti, and Seth, Geetika. (2016). Analysis & Comparison of Decision Making Ability after Consummation of Customized Solutions & Training Programme-A Pilot Study. IOSR Journal of Research & Method in Education 6(2,1): 115-122. 
  5. Marwaha, Shruti, and Seth, Geetika. (2016) Potential benefits of Whiz Kid– iclass Programme in the development of children; An initiative to unlock the potential of human brain. International Journal of Current Research Vol. 8, Issue, 05, pp.30935-30943. 
  6. Marwaha, Shruti, and Seth, Geetika. (2016) Perceived need of Googlite iclass programme- a multiple intelligence classroom in modern world education. International Journal of Information Research and Review, June, 2016. Vol. 03, Issue, 06, pp. 2516-2522. 
  7. Marwaha, Shruti, and Seth, Geetika. (2016) Street Smart iclass Programme-A Unique Classroom based on Cognitive Science Education Technology to target the certainty of children’s present and future by reordering the cognitive abilities to the desired levels. International Journal of scientific research and management Vol4(5) pp :4194-4205. 
  8. Marwaha, Shruti, Seth, Geetika, and Chawla, Pawandeep. (2017) “Accounting Chronological Age and Cognitive Development Age for Addressing Gaps in Cognitive Development”, International Journal of Science and Research, Volume 6 Issue 4, pp. 2176-2181 
  9. Marwaha, Shruti, Seth, Geetika, and Chawla, Pawandeep. (2017) “Scaling and Computation of variations in task score, speed ability and relative growth index assessed in CEREBED Foundation: An Educational revolution towards evolution”.  International Journal of Applied Research & Studies, Volume VI, Issue 5. 


Development & Standardisation of Assessments

  1. Nanda, HK, Marwaha, Shruti, Kaur, Baljit, and Chawla, Pawandeep (2015). “Development and standardization of cognitive ability test for children, International Journal of Applied Research 2; 1(4): 69-77.
  2. Nanda, HK., Marwaha, Shruti., and Chawla, Pawandeep. (2015). Development, Item Analysis, Standardization, Review and Expansion of the Cognitive Ability Test for a Wider Age Range (7-16 Years) on a Single Test. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development.2(9):334-350.
  3. Nanda, HK., Chawla, Pawandeep, and Marwaha, Shruti. (2015). Development, item analysis and standardization of the of the cognitive ability test for subjects above 16 years of age: Passion Profession Test (PPT), International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development. 2(9): 463-477.
  4. Nanda, HK., Marwaha, Shruti, and Chawla, Pawandeep. (2015). Development, Item Analysis and Standardization of Teachers Cognitive Ability Test. The International Journal of Indian Psychology. 1(4) : 165-193.
  5. Marwaha, Shruti, and Seth, Geetika. (2016). Analyzing Impact of Creative Quotient on Students’ Participation and Performance in Extra-Curricular Activities. Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research. 2(5): 97-107.
  6. Marwaha, Shruti, and Seth, Geetika. (2016). In-depth study of Cognitive Abilities among ‘High Achievers’ and ‘Low Performers’ in School Academics. International Journal of Advanced Research in Education & Technology 3(1): 93-100.
  7. Marwaha, Shruti, and Seth, Geetika. (2016). Analysis of the Correlation and Causal Relationship between Focus Factor and Achievement in Mathematics. International Journal of Education and Psychological Research 5(1):49-54.
  8. Nanda, HK., Marwaha, Shruti, and Seth, Geetika (2016) Re-Standardization of Estimation Level assessed by Standardized Cognitive Ability Test and its correlation with Academic Achievement among children. International Journal of Scientific Research and Education, August, Vol. 04, Issue, 08, pp.5764-5777.
  9. Marwaha, Shruti, and Seth, Geetika, (2016) Ekta, Singh, Navneet. (2016) Re-Establishing concurrent validity & reliability of ‘Multiple intelligence level-scale’ to assess Dominant Thinking Pattern. International Journal of Academic Research and Development, September, Volume 1; Issue 9; Pp. 01-06.
  10. Marwaha, Shruti, and Seth, Geetika, Thakur, Astha. (2016) Perpetuation of Concurrent Validity of Intelligence Quotient as Found by Standardized Cognitive Ability Test. International Journal of Innovation and Research in Educational Sciences, Volume 3, Issue 5: Pp 330-333.
  11. Marwaha, Shruti, and Seth, Geetika. (2016) Re-establishment of validity of creative quotient assessed by standardized cognitive ability test. International Journal of Scientific Research, Volume 5, Issue 11: Pp 696-698.
  12. Nanda, HK, and Marwaha, Shruti (2016). Re-confirmation of validity of decision making ability as found by standardized cognitive ability test. International Journal of Recent Advances in Multidisciplinary Research, Volume 3, Issue 11: pp.1940-1944.
  13. Marwaha, Shruti, and Seth, Geetika. (2016). Re-confirmation of concurrent validity of Focus Factor as found by standardized cognitive ability test. International Journal of Development Research, Volume 6, Issue, 11:pp.9937-994.
  14. Marwaha, Shruti, Seth, Geetika, and Chawla, Pawandeep. (2017) “Scaling and Computation of variations in task score, speed ability and relative growth index assessed in CEREBED Foundation: An Educational revolution towards evolution”. International Journal of Applied Research & Studies, Volume VI, Issue 5.
  15. Marwaha, Shruti, and Seth, Geetika. (2017) “Ascertaining Concurrent Validity & Reliability of ‘Multiple Intelligence Level Scale’ to trace Multiple Intelligence Level of subjects”, International Journal of Advanced Multidisciplinary Research. 4(4): 32-39.
  16. Marwaha, Shruti, and Seth, Geetika. (2017) “Ascertaining Concurrent Validity & Reliability of ‘Multiple Intelligence Level Scale’ to trace Multiple Intelligence Level of subjects”, International Journal of Advanced Multidisciplinary Research. 4(4): 32-39.

About Us

We are an Education R&D Organization based on Cognitive Science. We develop, design & deliver those products that can measure & enhance human cognition.

Solutions we offer