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Genuine: If questions are answered in a sufficiently varied manner.

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What to expect from this assessment
• 	Identify and explore the most suitable careers and occupations in order to get started in your career path in the right direction
 • 	Select course of study or a college major after 12th grade
 • 	Identify strengths and potential weaknesses for the career search process
 • 	Plan career goals and action steps
 • 	Assess natural inclination for further studies and future jobs
 • 	Define skills, values, and personal characteristics
 • 	Target opportunities that match personality, aptitude and interests
How will this report help?
This report is to help you understand your suitability towards a particular career and identify the most suitable career within Engineering on the basis of your personality and interest that can be pursued after 12th grade or after first year of Engineering. The test is meticulously designed by panel of psychologists, academic counselors and academicians to help you in your important decisions related to career.
Key Features of This Report
• Top 3 Recommended Careers for You
 • Aspiration fitment analysis
 • Core potential areas and improvement areas
 • Behavioral Patterns 
 • Recommended Careers, Courses and Colleges and Related Occupations
CAREER RECOMMENDATIONS
Top 3 Engineering Careers for You

Optical Engineering: Highly Recommended

Agriculture Engineering: Highly Recommended

Instrumentation Engineering: Highly Recommended

YOUR PROFILE SUMMARY
Aspired Engineering Careers (Based on your Interests)

Instrumentation Engineering: Highly Sought After

Optical Engineering: Highly Sought After

Agriculture Engineering: Highly Sought After

Your Key Personality Traits

Emotional Stability: Likely to handle stress in a calm, steady and secure way. Has an optimistic outlook and does not get frustrated or irritated easily. Can resist impulses and does not act on the spur of the moment.

Openness to Experience: Likely to be imaginative and innovative, exploring new and unconventional ideas at the workplace. Likely to be appreciative of artistic and natural beauty and is receptive to new perspectives.

Agreeableness: Likely to trust others and is frank and straightforward when with other people. Sympathetic towards others and derives satisfaction from helping the needy.

Recommended Engineering Careers
Optical Engineering

Optical engineering deals with the study of applications of optics. It includes designing components of optical instruments such as lenses, microscopes, telescopes, and other equipment that utilizes the properties of light.

Core Subjects

• Electromagnetics
• Electronics
• Electrical circuits and machines
• Digital Logic Design
• Electromagnetic Wave Theory
• Microprocessors & Microcontrollers
• Signals and systems
• Digital Signal Processing
• Optical Fibre Communication
• Microprocessors and Embedded systems
• Optical systems
• VLSI

Work Activities

• Designing gas and solid state lasers, infrared, masers, and other light emitting and light sensitive devices.
• Designing the electronic circuitry and optical components catered to the specifications imposed on them.
• Designing suitable mounts for optics and power supply systems.
• Incorporating methods for maintenance and repair of components and designs.
• Developing test instrumentation and test procedures.
• Conducting application analysis to determine commercial, industrial, scientific, medical, military, or other use for electro-optical devices.

Industry Fitment

• Manufacturing industries
• Process industries
• Robotics industries
• Automobile industries
• Transport industries
• Aviation industries
• Navigation industries

Top Recruiters

• Intel
• Google
• Thorlabs
• Flextronics
• Apple
• Philips
• Microsoft
• BARC (Bhabha Atomic Research Centre)

Further Career Suggestions

After completing a B.Tech/ BE, you can opt for M.Tech/MS in various specializations such as:
• Communication Engineering
• Control & Computing
• Power Electronics & Systems
• Control & Instrumentation
• Microelectronics & VLSI Design
You can also go for:
• PhD - Business Administration: Management of Engineering & Technology
• Doctorate - Business Administration: Management of Engineering & Technology

Agriculture Engineering

Agricultural engineering deals with the science and technology of producing food grains. This area combines the disciplines of animal biology, plant biology and mechanical, civil, electrical and chemical engineering principles with the knowledge of agriculture principles.

Core Subjects

• Crop Production Technology
• Soil Science
• Farm implements & Machinery
• Principles of Food Engineering
• Irrigation Engineering

Work Activities

• Working in the agricultural industries to design structures, equipment, and processes.
• Visiting sites to observe environmental problems, consulting with contractors, and monitoring construction activities.
• Designing agricultural machinery components and equipment, using computer-aided design technology.
• Working in areas such as power systems and machinery design, structural and environmental engineering, and food and bioprocess engineering.
• Developing ways to conserve soil and water.
• Improving the processing and storage of agricultural products.
• Performing extensive research and development.

Industry Fitment

Industries that deal with:
• Food processing
• Food machinery
• Packaging
• Ingredient manufacturing
• Pharmaceutical companies
• Processing technology
• Healthcare firms

Top Recruiters

• AMUL
• ITC
• Escorts
• Shriram Honda
• Nestle
• Proagro Seed
• PRADAN
• Frigorifico Allana

Further Career Suggestions

After completing a B.Tech/BE you can opt for M.Tech/MS in various specializations such as:
• Farm Machinery & Soil and Water Conservation
• Dairy and Food Engineering
• Applied Botany
• Post Harvest Engineering

Instrumentation Engineering

Instrumentation Engineering deals with the study of design, construction and maintenance of instruments and entire instrumentation systems.

Core Subjects

• Engineering Graphics
• Electrical and Electronic Sciences
• Thermodynamics
• Electromagnetic fields
• Semiconductor devices
• Measurement Sciences and Techniques
• Electrical Machines

Work Activities

• Preparing and agreeing project budgets, timescales and specifications with clients/managers.
• Undertaking relevant research, producing and implementing designs.
• Testing, evaluating, modifying and calibrating products/instruments.
• Working collaboratively with design engineers, operation engineers, purchasers and other internal staff.
• Collaborating with a team of scientists and engineers,
providing technical support.

Industry Fitment

Private and public sector organizations of:
• Electricity boards
• Power plants
• Biomedical Electronics
• Hydroelectricity sectors
• Petroleum, steel and chemical plants
• Aircraft and automobile industry

Top Recruiters

• GE
• Navayuga
• Texas Instruments
• National Instruments
• ABB
• Invensys
• Suzlon
• Larsen & Tourbo
• Robert Bosch
• Reliance Power
• Birla Group
• ITC India Ltd.

Further Career Suggestions

After completing BE or B. Tech in Electrical and Instrumentation Engineering, you can go for ME or M. Tech.

Aspired Engineering Careers (Based on your Interests)
Instrumentation Engineering

• Preparing and agreeing project budgets, timescales and specifications with clients/managers.
• Undertaking relevant research, producing and implementing designs.
• Testing, evaluating, modifying and calibrating products/instruments.
• Working collaboratively with design engineers, operation engineers, purchasers and other internal staff.
• Collaborating with a team of scientists and engineers,
providing technical support.

Optical Engineering

• Designing gas and solid state lasers, infrared, masers, and other light emitting and light sensitive devices.
• Designing the electronic circuitry and optical components catered to the specifications imposed on them.
• Designing suitable mounts for optics and power supply systems.
• Incorporating methods for maintenance and repair of components and designs.
• Developing test instrumentation and test procedures.
• Conducting application analysis to determine commercial, industrial, scientific, medical, military, or other use for electro-optical devices.

Agriculture Engineering

• Working in the agricultural industries to design structures, equipment, and processes.
• Visiting sites to observe environmental problems, consulting with contractors, and monitoring construction activities.
• Designing agricultural machinery components and equipment, using computer-aided design technology.
• Working in areas such as power systems and machinery design, structural and environmental engineering, and food and bioprocess engineering.
• Developing ways to conserve soil and water.
• Improving the processing and storage of agricultural products.
• Performing extensive research and development.

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 BITSAT ( Birla Institute of Technology and Science Aptitude Test) 

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Your Personality Traits
Values shown in above chart are percentiles
Very Low Low Moderate High Very High
Extraversion: High

Likely to be cheerful and amiable. Enjoys working and interacting with other people. Uses assertiveness and persuasion to achieve goals and expresses opinions strongly. Likely to be comfortable with meetings and stimulation and enjoys working in tasks that involve risk taking.

Agreeableness: High

Likely to trust others and is frank and straightforward when with other people. Sympathetic towards others and derives satisfaction from helping the needy. Tends to be agreeable and accepting and will work efficiently in a group. Unlikely to boast about own achievements. May come across as a somewhat humble, cooperative and submissive individual.

Conscientiousness: Low

Not likely to adhere to ethics and rules and is casual about responsibility. Works towards goals in a relaxed and inefficient manner. Lacks the confidence to compete with others and is not ambitious. Has an unorganized approach to work and rarely thinks through decisions. Not very likely to complete uninteresting tasks. May be prone to procrastination.

Emotional Stability: High

Likely to handle stress in a calm, steady and secure way. Has an optimistic outlook and does not get frustrated or irritated easily. Can resist impulses and does not act on the spur of the moment. Likely to be secure in one's abilities and may be perceived as being easy going and relaxed, even when dealing with critical situations.

Openness to Experience: High

Likely to be imaginative and innovative, exploring new and unconventional ideas at the workplace. Likely to be appreciative of artistic and natural beauty and is receptive to new perspectives. Is attuned to one's own and others' emotions and decision-making is likely to be influenced by feelings. Has a flexible approach to work and can easily adjust to constraints. Is comfortable working with people having different perspectives and is flexible to others’ demands and needs.

Strengths

Curiosity: Highly enjoys intellectual pursuits and seeks out opportunities to acquire more knowledge.

Modesty: Unlikely to boast about one’s virtues.

Happiness: Highly easy going and unlikely to get frustrated easily.

Areas of Development

Deliberation: Have more confidence in yourself. Focus on the task rather than worrying about not being able to perform.

Organisation: Focus on planning and following through. Be methodical.

Dutifulness: Be more ethical in your approach to work. Learn to follow rules regularly and develop a sense of duty.

Your Behavior Patterns

LEARNING PATTERNS

100

C+O-: By-the-Book

Conventional, methodical, and diligent. Prefers to follow step-by-step instructions for a task. Likely to find it difficult to handle tasks that demand innovativeness and abstractedness. Has a high need for structure and closure.

C+O+: Good student

Industrious, and perfectionist, with a strong desire to excel. Is often creative and original in problem solving. Likely to be academically intelligent and diligent, and is a good learner.

C-O-: Reluctant Scholar

Not quite methodical, may not be very reasonable and likely to focus more on short term goals. May need extrinsic motivation to take up a new task, and help to organize one’s work and to schedule one’s work.

C-O+: Dreamer

Unconventional, imaginative and a day-dreamer. Busting with innovative ideas and likely to develop elaborations out of it, but may sometimes gets engrossed in fantasy. May tolerate uncertainty and ambiguity at work.

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*Conscientiousness (percentile: 5.96) on vertical axis, Openness to Experience (percentile: 86.75) on horizontal axis

STUDY HABITS

100

C+E-: Plodder/ Slow but effortful

Methodical and serious. Concentrate on tasks at hand, working at a slow and steady pace. Can be counted on to finish tasks at hand, but can’t be pushed to work faster.

C+E+: Go-Getter

Ambitious and assertive, productive and efficient. Work with zeal and is precise in one’s approach to work. May seem pushy if trying to impose one’s style on others.

C-E-: Lethargic

Not highly ambitious and enthusiastic. Rarely take initiative and lack the required motivation to complete tasks. Only act when under pressure.

C-E+: Fun- loving

Energetic, adventurous and happy-go-lucky. Spontaneous and act on the spur of the moment, constantly looking for thrill and fun.

0

*Conscientiousness (percentile: 5.96) on vertical axis, Extraversion (percentile: 65.56) on horizontal axis

CHARACTER

100

C+A-: Self-Promoter

Has a focused single-minded pursuit of one’s interests, needs and goals. May mostly give priority to one’s own needs and interests and diligently pursue till they are attained. Values competition and success.

C+A+: Effective Altruist

Courteous, self-disciplined, considerate, and reliable. May work hard for the welfare and benefit of the group, overlooking one’s own interests. May take up an uninteresting task, and persists till it is finished. Values duty, achievement and work.

C-A-: Undistinguised

Quite concerned about one’s own comforts and pleasure than the well-being of others. Less likely to be strong-willed and may sometimes submit to unsuitable habits and acts. Values play and fun.

C-A+: Well-intentioned

Helpful, sympathetic and concerned for others. But likely to be less methodical and persistent, and may have trouble in carrying out one’s plans successfully. Likely to impress others by generosity and kindness. Values kindness and charity.

0

*Conscientiousness (percentile: 5.96) on vertical axis, Agreeableness (percentile: 90.07) on horizontal axis

PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS

100

O+E-: Introspector

Introspective and thoughtful, prefers activities which involve originality, creativity and challenge, but which can be pursued alone. Likely to get fascinated by music, painting, reading, etc. They prefer occupations that provide both challenge and privacy.

O+E+: Creative Interactor

Tenacious, eloquent and have wide and unconventional interests, who enjoys exploring new ideas and likes sharing it with others. Enjoys public speaking, group discussions, and interaction with people from different backgrounds.

O-E-: Homebodies

Less imaginative, less inquisitive, and unadventurous. Prefers to work individually or with a small group. Their vocational interests may include mechanical or domestic work.

O-E+: Mainstream Consumer

Verbose and enjoys large parties, sports and events where one gets an opportunity for social interaction. Prefers working on simple tasks rather than those which involve originality and innovation.

0

*Openness to Experience (percentile: 86.75) on vertical axis, Extraversion (percentile: 65.56) on horizontal axis

ATTITUDE TOWARDS WORK

100

O+A-: Thinker

Critical thinkers, not likely to be affected by traditions or sentiments. May not be considerate of others’ feelings in pursuing one’s own beliefs.

O+A+: Progressive

Take a systematic and thoughtful approach to work as well as social problems and are willing try out new solutions. Believe in being rational and reasonable in their approach to work.

O-A-: Believer

Skeptical about others, may follow a strict and tough approach towards social problems. Have firm and rigid beliefs about personal and social morality and rules.

O-A+: Traditionalist

Respectful and submissive with a desire to please others. Strong believer and follower of societal norms and established rules and sees them as being necessary for everyone.

0

*Openness to Experience (percentile: 86.75) on vertical axis, Agreeableness (percentile: 90.07) on horizontal axis

INTERACTION STYLE

100

E+A-: Leader

Enjoy large social gatherings, seeing them as an opportunity to prove oneself and believe that one is well suited for decision making. Boastful, like to take a lead and direct others, but know how to get things done.

E+A+: Welcomer

Sociable and enthusiastic. Amiable, sympathetic and willing to help others and share one’s own ideas with others. Sincerely enjoys the company of others, and easily get along with others.

E-A-: Competitor

Skeptical and wary of others. Prefer working alone and minimum interaction with others. When interacting with such a person, it is wise to allow them the space they feel they need.

E-A+: The Unassuming

Modest, trusting and self-effacing. Prefer being alone, but are sympathetic and helpful towards others.

0

*Extraversion (percentile: 65.56) on vertical axis, Agreeableness (percentile: 90.07) on horizontal axis

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