Career Assessor: Be what you want to be

In a comprehensive survey some common characteristics found regarding career selection are:

  • Uncertainty: When asked about career choice, general reaction of most of the students are "let’s see what happens (देखते हैं क्या होता है dekhte hain kya hota hai)”.
  • Hypothetical: Some of the students have unrealistic and imaginary career ambitions.
  • Imitation: Majority of the students follow their classmates blindly or go along casual, half-baked advice of family members, relatives or friends.
  • Parental wish: Some parents try to fulfil their own desires through their children and resolve that "due to some reasons I couldn't become an Engineer, Doctor or Govt. Officer but I will make my child the same at any cost."

Aptitude Assessment is an authentic psychometric tool for students to find their true interests and set S.M.A.R.T. (Specific, Measurable, Acceptable, Realistic and Time-specific) career objectives; if a career has been already decided, then its compatibility is matched.

Talent-Tips: Recognise Innate Talents


Have you ever thought why fingerprints of individuals are unique? Nature never does anything which is meaningless. Every person has distinct talent hidden in the brain which is depicted as a script of fingerprints.

Using Dermatoglyphics technology, parents can identify children’s 9 types of innate intelligence: Verbal-Linguistic, Mathematical-Logical, Musical, Visual-Spatial, Bodily-Kinaesthetic, Interpersonal, Intrapersonal, Naturalist and Existential Intelligence and 4 Learning Styles: Visual, Aural, Reading & Writing and Kinaesthetic.

Discovering a child's areas of intelligences and learning styles gives a clue on what activities they should spend more time, so that s/he can acquire knowledge in a natural and more efficient way and removes the 'trial and error' method of parenting (The test starts from children of 2 years’ age onwards).

Career Explorer: Career by choice not by chance

In this fast moving age of globalisation, students are not aware about the world of work and cardinal facts about the occupations. At one hand there is a glut in the traditional careers and on the other hand there is really dearth of professionals in specialised sectors.

Most of the students are not aware about the occupations like: Actuaries, Arboriculturist, Reflexologist, Podiatrist, Para planner, Palaeontologist, Osteopath, Orthoptist, Ergonomists, Cartographer, Listening Officer, etc.

Due to lack of career education in schools and colleges, students find their subjects boring because they don’t know why they are studying Geography, Chemistry, Economics, etc. From our case studies it is established that motivation and success rates improve exponentially, when students relate subjects with careers.

The Career Choice tool provides details of approx. 1500 careers and videos linking each career with research based data on 1. Subjects, 2. Skills, 3. Activities, 4. Abilities, 5. Attitude, 6. Aptitude, 7. Traits and 8. Work Contexts.


Education Index: Don’t follow the crowd!

Today’s rapidly changing world of education is very complex, highly competitive and provides innumerable vistas of opportunities unheard of a decade ago.


Due to lack of authentic information many students imitate their classmates and enrol en-masse in slickly advertised, expensive but useless courses. Consequently, at the career building stage, after spending their precious time and parent's hard earned money, they realise and repent over these deceptive training programmes.

To safeguard the interest of the students and beware them of teaching malls selling their useless degrees, diplomas and certificates, charging exorbitant fees on the basis of misleading publicity campaigns, we provide authentic and impartial guidance on more than 20,000 courses with and “Students’ Satisfaction Survey” of the colleges and universities so that students can select right institutes offering right courses at the decision making stages of their careers.

Study Organiser: View real-time preparation with Progress Meter

When students and parents should know the result?

X After the exam (then everything is over and irreversible)
Before the exam (there is enough time to improve marks)

"How is your study going on?" - ask any student and you’ll get the prompt reply "it is fine". There is no reason to doubt until the exam is finished and results are in hands, but then it is too late.

Our research shows following characteristics:

  • (a) Many students prepare routine in their copies and resolve to study hard as per the routine; but life of the routine is of single day and most of them never follow it from next day.
  • (b)For first half of the year, students keep a casual approach towards their studies (thinking they have enough time) and at the latter stage, they hastily try to achieve more in less time. Sometimes they read few chapters for the first time at previous night of the exam.
  • (c) Due to absence of a proper study plan, students give more attention to few subjects of their interest and set aside other books which they consider either difficult or dull.
  • (d) Tuition and coaching culture is – doing more harm than help. It makes students dependent on others and devoid their minds from intellectual curiosity.
  • (e) Parents find it very difficult to keep a constant tab on their children’s studies. Nagging, coercing and pressurizing to work hard generally give adverse effects.

The Study Organiser is a boon for such students who are not paying proper attention towards studies and not getting consistent good marks in all the subjects.

It creates personalised subject wise schedule for the individual student as per its difficulty level by calculating appropriate study time required to finish and revise each subject.

Study Organiser includes much acclaimed "Progress Meter" to show real time preparation of the exam in three colours:

Green: student is doing well

Yellow: student is lagging behind and

Red: student has to work hard as it is difficult to pass the exam.


It also indicates percentage of marks a student can obtain in the forthcoming exam with ± 5% accuracy just like a thermometer.

Study Organiser is an innovative tool for any student who wants to manage and self-monitor study as per its difficulty level and time available to get 100% consistent marks in all the papers of exam.

Progress Meter is equally useful for parents, teachers and school administrators who wish to monitor and compare the performance of all the students without unnecessary interference.

Dream Jobs: Planning to Placements

After finishing studies, most of the youth randomly search for a job to accept whatever comes on the way. This naturally doesn’t ensure the best.

Also job-seekers have a wrong notion that posting their resumes on jobsites will bring good offers automatically. In reality, it only helps the website owners who are thriving by selling your resumes.

After collecting the jobseeker’s data free of cost, all the jobsites sell the resume at very exorbitant price, for example rates for accessing resumes at naukri is Rs 3,10,676, for monster is Rs 2,12,988, shine is 2,19,625 and timesjobs is Rs 2,04,158; which is beyond the reach for most of the employers and this data is mainly purchased by marketing agencies, insurance companies, educational institutions, placement consultants, etc.

An employer who is looking for a right person like you; cannot find your resume by searching the web. This is why you are not getting relevant calls or emails from genuine employers as per your qualification and requirements?

The best jobs don’t necessarily go to the most qualified applicants; they go to the best job seekers.

To save time, energy and money which are wasted in experimentation; our Dream-Job tools provides collaborative, time bound relevant job search dashboard, an effective CV builder with creative portfolio to attract top employers of the world with best job offers and maximum salary. This is equally useful for students, freshers or experienced persons searching part/full time job.

Skills Evaluator: Validate Employability Skills

Teachers, parents and students are more concerned about subject marks. They forget the cardinal fact that purpose of education is to build a strong career foundation and to make them employable.

Career competencies and life skills cannot be developed overnight; it is a life-long process.

It is useless to just mention names of the irrelevant skills in a CV without industry standard ratings. It is necessary to get skills evaluated and mention it authentically for 2 reasons (a) to stand apart in the crowded job market and (b) to increase your chance to get selected by helping in the decision making process.

Skills Evaluator tools are considered as an essential tool for recruiting right candidate for the right job. This saves time and costs associated with interviewing unsuitable candidates.

Skills Evaluator measures the levels of Arithmetical Reasoning, General Awareness, English language and domain specific skills. These skill sets can be an essential part of many roles and a high cognitive score provides a reassurance that the candidate would suit the specific role and improve performance within the organisation.

Jobseekers have to identify, acquire, enhance and evaluate the compulsory domain knowledge and transferable skills.

Work Attitude: Listen to your heart & mind

Root cause of unemployment, under-employment, frustration and tension is incompatibility of job with work attitude of a person.

In today's fast changing and complex job market, it's important to select a career based on personal priorities and traits.

Work Attitude Assessment allows users to pinpoint what is important to them in a career. It helps to identify occupations that they may find satisfying based on the similarity between their work values and the characteristics of the occupations.


There is no alternative for this scientifically formulated psychometric assessment tool, which helps

  • Students to select right careers as per their work attitude;
  • Job-seekers can match preferred work values for maximum job satisfaction;
  • Recruiters will judiciously find right candidates for right jobs;
  • Employers are benefitted by increased productivity.