With close to 14 million students, and with more than 18000 colleges and 350 plus universities, the higher education space in India is not only widespread but also highly differentiated. Since there are no widely accepted systems, parameters or criteria in the country to judge an aspirant’s professional potential, assessment areas and processes vary significantly from institution to institution. A candidate’s worth is mostly judged by the reputation of the institution that he or she has attended, leading to wrong selections and subsequent rejections. With the growing focus on higher education and the need to attain and sustain a Gross Enrolment Ratio of 15% in this sector, it has become a challenge to come up with a nationally applicable and objective method of talent assessment.

Why Testing

Tests measure a personal acumen, provide a comparative analysis, and predict the existing strengths and weaknesses of the candidates. To be branded as the best, to receive promotion or move into a dream job or a dream institutions requires a person to qualify superlatively in the assigned tests. Hence, tests have become an indispensible measure for assessing a candidate’s ability and capabilities.

The above factors seemed to lay the foundation for our organization and as we began to delve into the fundamentals of the testing mechanism and analyze the existing testing services prevalent in India, we became more convinced of our initial thought process. We had to reform and make testing universal in appeal and standardized in practice.

Testing Services Activities

The job of testing encompasses manifold activities. We like to address all the activities related to test-taking and offer a complete solution.

The organization believes that a test is only as good as the process by which it is created. The processes for designing, developing and administering tests are checked and re-checked to ensure smooth execution at all levels. Working closely with clients at every step of the assessment process (from conception , administration, scoring and test reporting) is imperative for ensuring all-round efficiency and cost-effectiveness.

The tests are generally conducted in a proctored environment to ensure fairness and credibility. The online support enables the organization to reach out to large audience and the offline tests can also be administered in over 65+ locations across the country.

The organization has the capability to roll out battery of test in many locations across the country. All the gamut of activities required for conducting and administering tests are managed solely by the organization.

The customized tests offered can be categorized under two broad heads: Standardized tests catering to school and colleges and pre-employment tests catering to corporate.

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Standardized Educational Tests

Standardized tests are used to evaluate students at the school and college level; to help improve teaching and learning; and to generate important data from which policy decisions can be made. The purpose of tests is to provide educators, students, parents, and policy makers with information that is valid, fair, and reliable.

Standardized tests provide information that helps support critically important tasks for educators and the public :

  • Identify the instructional needs of individual students so educators can respond with effective, targeted teaching and appropriate instructional materials;

  • Judge students’ proficiency in essential basic skills and challenging standards and measure their educational growth over time;

  • Evaluate the effectiveness of educational programs;

Standardized tests can have a variety of questions and formats. Any format can present challenging questions that test higher order skills, as well as fundamental skills. A standardized test may include more than one format of question. The most common formats are:

  1. Multiple-choice questions:

    Many standardized tests require students to select a single correct response to each test question (called "items") from among a small number of specific choices. This format—called "multiple choice" or "selected response" - is efficient, practical, and usually produces highly reliable results. Multiple-choice tests offer the advantages of objectivity and uniformity in scoring, ease of administration, and low cost.

  2. Performance assessment questions:

    Performance assessments require students to generate a response to a question rather than choosing from a set of responses provided to them.

  3. Constructed-response questions:

    Constructed-response items may be one type of performance assessment, in which students are given the opportunity to fill-in-a-blank or provide a brief written response to a question, rather than select from an array of possible answers. Constructed-response questions are often included, along with multiple choice questions, on a test to obtain additional and different types of information about what a student knows or can do.

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Educational Assessment

  • Career Map :

    an IAT , which helps the students to assess his preference towards a particular branch or stream. Envista Career Map (ECM) is a unique career-shaping program for school students who have completed at least Class VII or an equivalent stage of education. Eligible students must be 14 or above. ECM assesses a student’s professional potential and personality features employing scientifically designed tests. The assessment is used to identify the best possible career option for a student.

  • Competitive assessment :

    Envista Competitive Assessment Test(s), or E-CAT, is a tool for the student to acquire and sustain a high level of preparedness for professional competition. E-CATs test the students for their verbal, quantitative, reasoning and GK skills in a modular format, covering specific or grouped topics. Assistance and evaluation are part of the test-taking regime at all stages of a student’s preparatory years. The tests are divided into two categories/levels.

    • Test at + 2 level.

    • Tests at Graduation.

  • Scholastic tests at the Institution and National level :

    The test provides a standardized mechanism for evaluation of individual performance at each level of a student’s academic journey. Standardization ensures that individual merit is not limited by factors like geography and unfounded public perception.

    A scholastic test also measures the level of students’ knowledge and understanding of subject matter acquired at successive stages of their school years. It helps them get to grips with areas of concern and thus enhances the likelihood of better performance.

Who can benefit

  1. Schools and Education institution catering to K-12 segment.

  2. Institutions providing professional courses and degree coursesInstitutions providing professional courses and degree courses.
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Pre-employment tests are used for pre-employment testing and assessment. Utilizing online testing eliminates the need for the candidate to visit the company's office or for the company to have to administer the test.

Types of Pre- Employment Tests

  1. Personality Tests:

    Personality tests assess the degree to which a person has certain traits or dispositions or predict the likelihood that a person will engage in certain conduct.

  2. Talent Assessment Tests:

    Talent assessments, also called pre-employment tests or career tests, are used to help an employer identify candidates that will be a good fit for jobs. Talents assessments help predict a new candidate’s performance and retainability.

  3. Pre-Employment Physical Exams:

    Employers may require a pre-employment physical examination to determine the suitability of an individual for a job.

  4. Cognitive Tests:

    Cognitive tests measure a candidate's reasoning, memory, perceptual speed and accuracy, and skills in arithmetic and reading comprehension, as well as knowledge of a particular function or job.

  5. Emotional Intelligence Testing:

    Emotional intelligence (EI) is the ability of an individual to understand his or her own emotions and the emotions of others. Testing job applicants for their emotional intelligence (in the form of psychological-based tests) is a growing employment trend.

  6. Physical Ability Tests:

    Physical ability tests measure the physical ability of an applicant to perform a particular task or the strength of specific muscle groups, as well as strength and stamina in general.

  7. Sample Job Tasks:

    Sample job tasks, including performance tests, simulations, work samples, and realistic job previews, assess a candidate's performance and aptitude on particular tasks.

Product Suite

For organizations we are offering the following services:

  1. Pre-employment tests and certification.

  2. Talent assessment services.

Who can benefit

  1. Small, mid-size and large corporate can benefit from the tests designed by to check the employee at the entry level and also revalidate the skills of an existing employee.
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M-JPAT– MANAGEMENT JOINT PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT TEST is an attempt to provide a Combined platform for students, Indian and International, and participating MBA colleges / Graduate Business Schools for the second round of the MBA selection process.

M-JPAT is a complete Application, Selection and Admission Process conducted after the written exam.

It is conducted on behalf of MBA colleges / Graduate Business Schools, at 65† locations in India and select cities in neighbouring countries. M-JPAT requires students to fill a single Application Form and appear for a single GD-PI round for admission to all the associated colleges.

The objective of the test is to match the student's capabilities and preference with the offerings of an MBA college, thereby : "ENSURING BUSINESS EDUCATION TO ALL ASPIRANTS".

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