WEST (Wheebox Employability Skill Test) is the only pre- screening test in the country that is endorsed by Industry Bodies and Academia alike. With more than 200 thousand students having undergone WEST, the test is validated and standardized. WEST helps employers to short list candidates using WEST scores and the assessment provides initial transcript and detailed scorecards for each module to the candidate highlighting the strengths and improvement areas.
WEST measures Cognitive Ability along with English, Behavioral Traits and respective Domain knowledge. WEST scores are shared with 110 organizations across 10 Sectors in India. WEST helps evaluating the capability around Numerical aptitude, Problem solving, English, computing Skills and Behavioral Traits.
People, who score well on cognitive ability tests are more likely to develop a greater knowledge of the job quickly, make effective decisions, Successfully reason and solve problems and respond appropriately to new or complex situations. Assessment on English Language skills is conducted to provide a feedback on the ability to organize words into sentences and in various structures (Simple/Compound/Complex). The second component that is being assessed is the test taker’s ability on lexical/vocabulary. It is likely that a modern job will require one to be familiar with at least some computer applications. Computer literacy understands what computers can and cannot do. WEST assesses 3 traits of behavior in order to assess the learning agility, inter personal skills and adaptability. It assesses test takerâ€™s attitude in the workplace. Today behavioral aspect has taken a major role in short-listing candidates.
Following organizations endorsed Transcripts and Reports of Wheebox Employability Skills Test for building India Skills Reports.
Confederation of Indian Industry (CII)
Association of Indian University (AIU)
Confederation of Indian Universities (CIU)
Uttarakhand Skill Development Society (USDS):
Department of Technical Education, Government of India
DTE, Karnataka, Delhi, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Tamil Nadu.