Cerebellum of the human brain is the miniaturized form of cerebrum. Motor knowledge is produced in the cerebral cortex of brain. While motor knowledge is rehearsed in basal ganglia and precise motor knowledge develops in cerebellar learnography. There are seven basic parts of the brain learnography. Book cortex (1), pencil cortex (2) and knowledge cortex (3) are the regions of cerebral cortex. Association cortex acts as the learnogram of knowledge transfer. The fourth part of learnography is basal ganglia that act as the cyclozeid of learning mechanism. Diencephalon is the core of brain mechanism and this is the fifth part of learnography considered as the launcher of knowledge transfer. Cerebellum is the sixth part of learning mechanism which is known as the modulator of motor knowledge. The seventh part of learnography is brainstem that is responsible for the survival systems of life.