ComPAS Initiative | Crystalizing the Future

Over View

ComPAS competency mapping and career direction initiative, state of the art technology driven appraisal of life skill s boasting scientific accuracy and reliability backed with empirical evidences, delivers competency profiling and assessment score summary report and performance analysis charts absolutely FREE to the college management. The reports are quick, easy and effective way to help companies during campus recruitment.

Championing student future

Assessment for Engineering/MBA students

Deployed 100% online as a fun-to-respond-to multiple-choice questionnaire with no right or wrong answers to figure out and requiring just 30 minutes or less to complete, the students enjoy selecting options, which seemingly tickle their innermost thoughts and aspirations while appreciating the casual indifference of inquiry. The ComPAS initiative intelligently assimilates individual student responses mapping them against the MUST core competencies of life skills required for engineering and MBA students to excel in future career, and rates them on a scale of 1-10 delivering percentage-wise crystal clear scores.




Based on the assessment, students’ stellar performances highlighted. This innovative initiative not only offers an in-depth insight into hitherto hidden aspects of student personalities and life skill capabilities but also fires up the intuitive imagination of students, educators and parents alike, while motivating them in tandem to "iron out the wrinkles," in the makeup of student personalities.

Hard-to-Measure Student Competencies…Analyzed Scientifically!

Advantages:

  • Competencies are matched against numerous jobs in the industry and make best job options
  • Build students database for effective and smooth placement operations
  • Intelligent placement for everyone

The ComPAS Competency Mapping(CCM) Initiative is a proprietary student profiling and competency assessment software program developed in consultations with eminent academicians and teachers, exclusively for ease-of-deployment by Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) practitioners and Information Technology (IT) professionals. CCM is addressing the need for developing well-rounded personalities, focused on the bigger picture of achieving their future goals, expeditiously.

The underlying principle of CCM is that nobody is good at everything, but everyone is good at something! Accurately identifying that "Something," is crucial to the making or breaking a students’ personality as well as his/her life and future career prospects. This fundamental hypothesis of CCM is applied to accurately determine and evaluate competencies.

The workflow methodology, the simplicity of its deployment and the scientific accuracy of results as illustrated in the sample report generated below exemplify the virtues and benefits of the CCM Initiative not only for students, teachers and parents but also effectively showcases the commitment of the college management to molding the future generation of the country.

Concept

(Pattern formation and neural pathways.)
No one is good at everything. No one is bad at everything. Everyone is good at something. Finding out that something is what matters for life and career ahead.

By the time the children reach college they already have their set patterns of response and behaviour in different situations in life. Some of these patterns, like the interests in sports, academics, music, etc. are visible others and themselves. Some other patterns are invisible and hidden to others. Attention to details, process orientation, empathy, etc. are some of the examples of hidden patterns. It is on these hidden patterns that the students build their competencies to face their life and career.

Patterns (neural pathways) are the base for the thoughts and the thoughts are responsible for the actions and the actions are responsible for the habits, attitudes, aptitudes and the skills & Competencies