“Human beings differ from one another and there is absolutely no reason to teach and assess all individuals in the identical way.” – Howard Gardner

At Ramagya, we understand that every child is different and so are their capabilities and intellect levels. Therefore Ramagya School has adopted Multiple Intelligence learning wherein we provide:

  • Opportunities for each student to recognize and utilize his/her unique intellect and assess his/her competency in intellect through.
  • Dermatoglyphics a branch of science which studies the patterns of skin (dermal) ridges present on the fingers, toes and the soles of human. It reveals the congenital links between our fingers and our intrinsic qualities and talents. Thus dermatoglyphics are able to identify the presence and magnitudes of this multiple intelligence at the early stages of childhood development.
  • Equipped with this invaluable information, our children are taught through Visual, Auditory & Kinesthetic methods that are differential learning catering to all level of learners but using different methods for acquiring learning attainments.


The visual learning style comprises the use of seen or observed things, which consist of images, diagrams, demonstrations, displays, placards, movies, flip-charts and the rest. Visual learners remember what is written even if it is not read for more than once as such they learn things easily by just watching them.


Auditory learning involves the transfer of information by way of listening. Children are often seen responding well to speeches, sounds and noises. To enable their holistic development, various auditory activities, such as brainstorming, buzz groups or Jeopardy is conducted in a day –to- day learning.


Kinesthetic is a learning style which involves the stimulation of nerves in the body’s muscles, joints and tendons. It entails learning by adopting such strategies that include physical experience for example touching, feeling, performing, learning by doing, exercising practical hands-on activities and much more.