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Website on writing off wrongs

One mans passion for analysing the written word more specifically the hand written word has now led him to use his skills to help others deal with every problem from job-related stress to marital woes.

Meet 26-year-old graphologist Abhinav Kumar Srivastava, a resident of Kusunda, Dhanbad, now pursuing his doctorate from NIMS University in Jaipur. Last month, Srivastava launched, a website that allows people to get their handwriting analysed and get tips on personality development, hobby identification and behaviour patterns, which in turn help resolve conflicts.

Srivastava has dedicated a special place for students of ISM, his alma mater, on the website. I have created a special section for ISM students where they can receive suggestions on international placements and internship recommendations on the basis of graphological analysis, he said.

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