90 EFFECTIVE DAYS OF INTERVENTION PROGRAM IN BUDHA DAL PUBLIC SCHOOL, PATIALA: PART ANALYSIS OF THE WORLD COGNITION PROJECT INITIATED BY CENTRE FOR RESEARCH IN APPLIED COGNITIVE SCIENCES

Shruti Marwaha

Abstract


The present research study intended to evaluate the cognitive abilities particularly Intelligence Quotient, Focus Factor, Decision making ability and Creative Quotient of an esteemed educational institute, Budha Dal Public School, Patiala.  Detailed study was conducted on a sample of 98 (initial sample 99) students of the school.  At initial stage, Test-1 was conducted on a sample of 99 subjects which was followed by provision of  90 days of customized training in three sessions of a month each.  Later, Tracker test (Test-2) was conducted (students appeared-98) on subjects and finally the data were analyzed.  The results indicated significant up-swing in IQ, FF, DMA and CQ of the participants.


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Budha Dal Public School, Cognitive development, Quarterly Tracking

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