Aptitude Test

The  Aptitude test conducted at gips consist of four sub tests namely:
GATB- Generalized Aptitude test.
The GATB profile of occupational aptitudes can be used to determine appropriate career and/or training paths.
The GATB measures nine distinct aptitudes using 12 separate tests (eight pencil and paper tests, and four performance tests):
• G - General Learning Ability
• V - Verbal Aptitude
• N - Numerical Aptitude
• S - Spatial Aptitude
• P - Form Perception
• Q - Clerical Perception
• K - Motor Co-ordination
• F - Finger Dexterity
• M - Manual Dexterity
The GATB may be used in a variety of ways to achieve the objectives you have set for your ability testing program:
1.            To determine the full range of aptitudes for groups and/or specific individuals (the entire test would be administered in this situation).
2.            To measure the individual's aptitudes and relate them to already specified occupational preferences only (the aptitudes related to these preferences would be tested).
3.            To provide relative scores in a number of different aptitude areas; information that is highly useful in educational counselling (the test would be administered in its entirety or in the specific areas of interest to the counsellor).
The Edwards Personal Preference Schedule (EPPS) was designed primarily to provide quick and convenient measures of a number of relatively independent normal personality variables. The statements in the EPPS and the variables that these statements purport to measure have their origin in a list of manifest needs presented by H. A. Murray and others
The EPPS can be used for personal counselling, recruitment, research and many other purposes. It is a well known test with a solid basis developed in 1957 and has proved to be a stable and good instrument in many fields.
The EPPS provides measures of the following 15 personality variables.
1. Achievement (ach)
2. Deference (def)
3. Order (ord)
4. Exhibition (exh)
5. Autonomy (aut)
6. Affiliation (aff)
7. Intraception (int)
8. Succorance (suc)
9. Dominance (dom)
10. Abasement (aba)
11. Nurturance (nur)
12. Change (chg)
13. Endurance (end)
14. Sexuality (sex)
15. Aggression (agg)
In addition to the above 15 personality variables, the EPPS provides a measure of test consistency and a measure of profile stability.

SHI- Study Habit Inventory
This survey is designed to find out what study habits you have developed at this stage of your life.  Knowing the results of this inventory can help students develop better and more productive ways to    study and help teachers do a better job of teaching.

Interest means to make a difference.” It describes why the organism tend to favour some situation and thus comes to react to them in a very selective manner . Interests are important in making decisions about courses of studies and jobs. The interest record used is designed by raghuraj pal singh.