PUNEITES should be proud.
According to Mensa India, Pune chapter, at least 2,000
citizens have an above average intelligence quotient of
98 per cent. The NGO identifies intelligence of individuals
by conducting tests.
“We started the Pune chapter three decades ago, and now
it is the leading centre in the country. There are centres at
Delhi, Chennai, Bangalore, Kolkata, Vadodara and Jaipur,”
says administrator Pandurang Desai.
The test is based on visual diagrams. People of all ages can
take the test that often unfolds hidden talents and boosts one’s
personality. Apart from exposure to workshops on Vedic maths,
treasure hunts, the eco tours have made Mensa members
Article from expressindia.com