Happiness & peace is within us. Most of us spend a lot of time dreaming of the future, never realizing that a little of it arrives each day.

As a part of our services to the student community we are providing psychometric assessments to the students which help them and teachers to sketch a profile of their abilities, preferences and other areas of functioning. Our tests are standardized; which means they have been developed using rigorous statistical procedures and have adequate norms, reliability and validity

I-Prabhaav’s Assessment of Life Skills (PALS)

The Life Skills Test assesses school students on the various life skills that are considered imperative for a healthy functioning. The scale helps in gaining valuable information about a student’s life skills that are important in healthy and creative living. Personal and life skills effectiveness is related to the life long process of learning and practicing skills to develop one’s fullest potential as a person. Life skills are a large group of psycho-social and interpersonal skills, which can help people, to make informed decisions, communicate effectively and develop coping and self management skills that may help an individual to lead a healthy and productive life. Life skills training and assessment is of prime importance when it comes to enhancing the overall functioning of students.

II-Prabhaav’s Know Yourself Test (PKYT)

The Aptitude Test assesses the special ability that is required to perform defined tasks. Mathematical ability, verbal ability, mechanical ability are examples of specific abilities that are required in specific studies and professions. A detailed assessment provides information about the strong areas and weak areas; and can further help in identifying areas which need to be worked upon. Educational or career related pursuits can be decided on the basis of strengths.

III-Prabhaav’s Career Planning Assessment (PCPA)

The Stream Selector Test is helpful for those students who are at a loss about the subject stream they should study. Students can assess themselves on interests in medical, technological, commerce related and humanities related streams. Through these tools students can choose streams in a scientific manner rather than choosing what their parents want them to study or what their friends are studying. Interest Test further builds upon the information obtained by the stream selector to gauge the student’s interest in various career clusters; which represent all spheres and areas of occupations. One’s interests can tell what suits him or her. They provide information necessary for making the right career choice. If the chosen career connects with one’s interests, the person would find a lot more pleasure in work. Once the results of the aptitudes and interest tests are matched; an objective, scientific suggestion for a career is reached which is further weighed on the scale of practicality for the given student. Information about various courses and institutes completes the cycle of career counselling.

IV-Prabhaav’s Skill Gap Analysis Test (PSGAT)

Employability skills are the non-technical skills and knowledge necessary for effective participation in the workforce, and can include skills such as communication, self-management, problem solving and teamwork. They are also sometimes referred to as generic skills, capabilities, enabling skills or key competencies. Our Employability Skills Assessment tool kit not only takes into account the self-report measure of employability skills, it also assesses the students on domains of certain cognitive domains which assess their reasoning and verbal abilities; that are of great importance in modern workplace. Employability skills are often considered essential in helping a person obtain a job, or stay in a job and progress to higher levels. The non-technical (employability) skills required in a job will vary widely between different occupations and industries, and will complement the specific technical or academic skills essential to that job. Assessment of these skills not only helps in screening the best out of the good, but also helps in training-need analysis.