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The ancient Indian model of human beings consists of the ‘five’ sheaths. They are ‘Annamaya’, ‘Pranamaya’, ‘Manomaya’, ‘Vigyanamaya’ and ‘Anandamaya’. ‘Annamaya’ represents that segment of the human system which is nourished by ‘anna’, i.e. food. ‘Pranamaya’ is that segment which is nourished by ‘prana’, i.e. ‘bio-energy’. ‘Manomaya’ is the segment nourished by ‘education’. ‘Vigyanamaya’ is nourished by ‘ego’ and ‘Anandamaya’ is the segment nourished by ‘emotions’.

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IntroductionAttention is the ability to focus on one specific task among many others and to neglect the rest of all. It is that process in which you select one particular task of your interest or need amongst a large number that surrounds you and put your entire focus on the selected object and neglect all others of your surroundings.The history of attention refers back to centuries but some of the main works that provided attention a sole identification were started from eighteenth century when William James first introduced his method of Introspection for the study of attention. Then in the nineteenth century, many renowned psychologists including Colin Cherry, Donald Broadbent, Anne Treisman, Robert Wurtz and Michael Posner performed their praiseworthy experiments on attention in different decades which proved to be very much valuable in this field. Such experiments contributed attention a huge importance and it became a subject of interest for all.There are different kinds of attention that must be exercised if a student is to learn successfully. These are sustained attention, selective attention and divided attention. These skills can be identified, measured and trained. On the other hand, their also do exist a large number of attention problems which need to be measured and diagnosed in the most favorable way that can exist. Among these, the most typical one is the ADD or ADHD which is considered by having difficulty paying attention, hyperactivity and impulsive beha

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