AMCAT IT domain assessments include various plug-and-play modules to evaluate candidates' technology capabilities. The assessment modules follow the rigour and quality of Aspiring Minds' renowned language and aptitude assessments.
Commonly known as the Computer Programming module, this assessment is ideal for evaluating entry level talent’s exposure and expertise in Computer Programming. Covering basic programming constructs, data structures, algorithms and object oriented programming concepts, the assessment gives a holistic view of the candidate’s capabilities in programming. The module is Language Agnostic and hence will allow a candidate with prior knowledge of a particular programming language to be assessed without bias.
The computer programming module has shown very high correlation to technical trainability and success in the role of software engineer. At a lower threshold of scoring, it has the capability to predict the duration of training required to convert a fresh engineer into a deployable software engineer. Being adaptive and standardized, the test also helps differentiate among very well trained engineers for research and product development roles.
The IT Infrastructure modules are directed towards the fast growing field of IT infrastructure upkeep, remote infrastructure management and managed services. The module evaluates the candidate’s knowledge in system administration, network administration and trouble shooting skills.
The Electronics and Semiconductor test assesses the job suitability of the candidate in those companies which deal with Embedded Systems, VLSI design, SOC, etc. This test together with that of Computer Programming also assesses suitability of candidate for EDA companies. The module broadly consists of two sections:
This module evaluates the candidates on their knowledge and understanding of the subject of Telecommunication and its applications. Following are the topics assessed within the Telecommunication module of the assessment:
The Java module is typically targeted to evaluate candidates having between 1 to 5 years of work experience in the industry. The module is ideal for quick elimination prior to interviews. A combination of aptitude and technology assessment can help in better evaluation and elimination. This assessment broadly comprises the following topics:
Those IT companies which hire for the Software Developer profile and are in search for candidates with good programming skills in Java, use this domain-specific assessment in addition to aptitude and computer programming assessments to screen the applicants.
The module on C++ has been designed to assess the candidate's skill level in C++ programming by examining the programming constructs of this language along with the knowledge of object oriented programming and their implementation in C++. While C++ module tests only the candidate’s expertise and knowledge in C++ language, combining this module with Computer Programming module, will help you also gauge whether the candidate has a good understanding of programming concepts. The C++ assessment includes the following topics:
IT companies which hire for the role of Software Developer assess the candidates on this module in addition to the basic aptitude modules.
The SQL assessment has been designed to assess the candidate's familiarity with SQL commands/queries and implementation of database concepts using SQL. It also tests the candidate's ability to create, manipulate and delete databases and tables. Broadly, it covers the following topics:
This assessment helps IT companies to test candidates for the "Database Administrator" profile.
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