The test will benchmark students’ cognitive abilities, subject knowledge, English communication skills, and coding capabilities to determine their strengths and learning needs. It will also measure their inclination towards job roles in the engineering discipline they have studied and workplace behavioral traits. The detailed analysis and recommendations will empower institutions to take appropriate action resulting in improvement.
Defining a problem, identifying the cause of the problem, selecting alternatives solutions and implementing an effective solution are essential parts of problem-solving. Recognised as one of the crucial skills that today’s organisation needs, there has been a strong requirement to identify the right candidate with these skill sets. The cognitive ability test measures a range of higher-order thinking skills such as decision making, numerical dexterity, spatial intelligence, mechanical reason along with problem-solving skills. The aptitude test maps the candidate’s aptitude and provides the possibility to predict their future performance.
In the digital era, information technology, programming, and coding are core skills of the century. With the rise in the number of coders and developers, assessing their coding skillset has become increasingly relevant and crucial. The IT/Coding assessments measure the technological and allied skill sets and measures a candidate’s ability to resolve the challenges presented before them.
Effective communication holds the key to influencing people and impacting the audience. Being able to clearly articulate ideas and concepts and convey information effectively are essential traits required in any profession. The communication skills assessment tests a candidate’s reading, writing, speaking and comprehension skills through an adaptive and interactive medium.
Identifying the ‘right organisational fit’ and ensuring that they blend well with the organisation is one of the primary goals of any hiring process. Behavioural personal profile assessment serves as a holistic model for assessing behavioural and personality traits of potential employees. The assessment also maps the strengths and weaknesses of the potential employee so that organisations can leverage them to build a dynamic work culture that will effectively contribute to the organisation’s growth.
Domain Assessments are knowledge-based assessments designed to gauge the candidate’s knowledge and expertise in the related domain. It’s critical that the potential talent who gets into a job role, is aware of the ever-changing dynamic domain-based knowledge and its application, required to do the job effectively. Domain Assessments at L&T EduTech help measure this knowledge and mastery of a candidate by ensuring that every aspect of the Job profile is measured. Our Domain knowledge assessment explores the various cognitive aspects of knowledge and application of the potential candidate. Hence, it gives clear indicators they have the necessary domain knowledge expertise to understand and do the job.
L&T EduTech’s Product & Solutioning team ensures that every role being hired has a well-scripted job description that addresses the Role & Responsibilities and other critical aspects like the required competencies, skillset, and experience level. These metrics filter and help fine-tune the process of mapping potential candidates’ role fit. In the long run, help employers leverage the candidates’ talents and groom them over a period, possibly to a future leader