Change starts with YOU, but it doesn't start until you DO
A Global Concern
According to World Health Organisation (WHO), Depression will be the biggest mental health illness by 2030.
According to a report by WHO, 280 million people suffer from depression, and over 700,000 individuals in the age group 15-29 years commit suicide every year making it the 4th leading reason for death.
In India, 56 million people suffer from depression and another 38 million suffer from anxiety disorders which are nearly 18% of the global estimate.
We believe in empowering Educators and Leaders as 'change-makers' to help prevent depression by inculcating a pattern of positive coping in children and adolescents through scientific tools and school based-programs.
To empower 100,000+ Educators and Leaders as 'Change-makers'
A cohort-based learning journey with,
Personalized self-assessment using MiND Engineering™, an AI-driven biometric assessment based on the scientific study of fingerprints to identify the innate psychological personality, thinking & feeling style, and behavior patterns.
Experiential learning on the topics,
Life skills and self-awareness,
Social-emotional learning and,
Raising the Happiness quotient.
Gain the credential to
Interpret the MiND Engineering™ Personality assessments with ease
Design behavioral training programs for students
Conduct parental sessions on mental health
Take Certification (examination) to become eligible for Advanced Training & Certification (charges extra). Advanced Certification gives you the credential to Train other trainers.
Hear it from our Change-makers
Mrs. Vandana Joshi (Principal)
Vidya Pratishthan's Nanded City Public School
“It was a very right decision that I took when the first flyer came to me.
I thought that it was something we must explore. Although initially I didn't believe much in MiND Engineering, as I used to think what it must be, but after seeing all the changes in my students, now I really do have faith and I do believe that there is something known as MiND Engineering and it does work.”