Summary & Conclusion :This stratified random allocation study on 366 children in age group 9 to 12 years, before intervention and after yoga, 322 students participated in this study. 44 students due to theirs home sickness, they left the yoga residential program. The data with normally distributed baseline variables and a non-significant difference in the mean values of the three groups showed a significant increase in logical memory in IQ, CV, PS groups. All three groups were well matched with a non-significant difference of the mean scores at baseline and the values were normally distributed .The group comparison showed, the group, which practiced the yoga module for IQ, was significantly better than PS group and girls. In a previous control, study on 108 children (10-17 years) who practiced Uni-nostril breathing along with IAYM there was a significant increase in special memory but not in non yoga control group .there was a non significant change in verbal memory a left hemispheric task. Hence the presentation study was under taken to asses the effect of IAYM on logical Memory which is also a left hemispheric task. General module of IAYM had only shown a brand of important in verbal memory (a left hemispheric task). In earlier study, the needed to evoke a more specific module for improve IQ (left hemispheric function) was fact, 4 hence the IQ module was compared with other specific module for CV & PS .Thus, it appear that this yoga module for IQ in more suitable for improving left hemispheric function of logical memory. The earliest report described relatively better verbal performance during both naturally occurring right nasal dominance and right forced Uni-nostril breathing by practitioners of kundalini yoga11. Earlier study, have not been able to observe increase verbal performance after forced to right nostril or Pranayama, type of right nostril breathing 12. The present study using a specific module for IQ that include yogic right nostril breathing and assessment by Wecheler memory scale, has shown significant improvement left hemispheric functions. Hence we may conclude that this intensive IQ module including right nostril breathing is more effective then earlier methods or the Wecheler logical memory scale may be a better measure of right hemisphere function than verbal task. Several factors could conclude to the measuring in logical memory in all groups. Children were enthusiast which, they have been told, they had obtains during the course. This explains the positive effect of motivation on memory score in all three groups, the significantly higher score in IQ group in the same setting in a clear indication of its batter efficacy. Reduce anxiety can improve the performance on tasks requiring learning and memory 13and the anxiety reducing effect of yoga practice, which is already known.
In the present study Wecheler memory scale story "A" and story "B" which is a standard measure of logical memory a function of left hemisphere was used. Although this test is designed for western population the Indian children who could carry out this test. As they could knowledge of English language and the names in these stories were start changed to Indian names. Jayshree et al, had used this wecheler memory scale in school going epileptic children and showed impaired attention, concentration and logical memory14.In another study ,RG Mc Credie et al have used Wecheler memory test in Indian patient in UK to study the memory in schizophrenia by using whechler memory test15. Non yoga intervention for IQ, CV or PS could be design as control module to compared with corresponding yoga modules and together to randomly allocated children in the same setting .either residential or non-residential . similar study has to be performed in non residential set up to evolves short during of practices which can be practically useful for children during the school days .limitation of the design of this study is that there was no non yoga control group . The earlier study before had already been demonstrated the non significant change in memory in non yoga control group.