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AMCAT Syllabus

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AMCAT tests students from different fields in various domains with the help of an in-depth micro analysis in each domain.
The test consists of various sections/modules which you can choose according to your profile or education background. There are certain modules which are compulsory for everyone (Language and Aptitude Modules), whereas others are optional. During the test, you will be given an option to select any two domain specific modules. It is recommended to that you go through the module description and befitting job profiles before you go to take the AMCAT. Your choice of modules increases your visibility for particular kind of jobs, for instance, if you take the Programming Module, you will be visible to more IT companies whereas taking a HR module will help you find HR profiles. It is best for you to go through the module list now and decide which optional modules you would like to take.
Provided below is the list of all the modules that you can take in AMCAT, the broad topics that a module would cover, relevant job profiles, number of questions, duration and some sample questions for each module.
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English
The module evaluates written English skills and is aimed at determining the candidate”s ability to understand (a) the written text (b) the spoken word and (c) the ability to communicate effectively through written documents.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: This module will be relevant for almost all profiles such as Business Consulting, HR/Admin, iTeS/BPO, Marketing, Engineering, Sales and Customer Management, IT, Hotel Management, Life Sciences, Content Development, etc.
Number of Questions: 18
Module Duration: 16 min
Detailed Syllabus:
VocabularySynonyms
Antonyms
Contextual Vocabulary
GrammarError Identification
Sentence Improvement and Construction
ComprehensionReading Comprehension
Quantitative Ability TechThe module is ideal to evaluate the numerical ability of an individual and is available in both technical and non technical flavor.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: This module will be relevant for almost all profiles such as Content Development, Business Consulting, HR/Admin, iTeS/BPO, Marketing, Engineering, Sales and Customer Management, IT, Hotel Management, Life Sciences, etc.
Number of Questions: 16 / 18 min
Detailed Syllabus:
Basic MathematicsDivisibility
HCF and LCM
Numbers, decimal fractions and power
Applied Mathematics

Profit and Loss
Simple and Compound Interest
Time, Speed and Distance
Inverse
Engineering Mathematics

Logarithms
Permutation and Combinations
Probability
Logical Ability

The module assesses capacity of an individual to interpret things objectively, to be able to perceive and interpret trends to make generalizations and be able to analyze assumptions behind an argument/statement.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: This module will be relevant for almost all profiles such as Content Development, Business Consulting, HR/Admin, iTeS/BPO, Marketing, Engineering, Sales and Customer Management, IT, Hotel Management, Life Sciences, etc.
Number of Questions: 14
Module Duration: 16 min
Detailed Syllabus:
Deductive Reasoning

Coding deductive logic
Data Sufficiency, Directional Sense,Logical Word Sequence
Objective Reasoning
Selection decision tables
Puzzles
Inductive reasoning

Coding pattern and Number series pattern recognition
Analogy and Classification pattern recognition
Abductive Reasoning

Logical word sequence
Data sufficiency
Aspiring Minds Personality Inventory (AMPI)

The module does an overall personality assessment of the candidate and is used to assess candidates in people-interaction and people-management roles.
Number of Questions: 90
Module Duration: 20 min
Detailed Syllabus:
AMPI: Aspiring Minds Personality Inventory is based on the five-factor model of Personality. AMPI measures five broadbased traits:

Extraversion
Conscientiousness
Neuroticism
Openness to Experience
Agreeableness.
Information Gathering & Synthesis

The module checks how thorough a candidate is in accomplishing a task with concern for all the aspects involved, no matter how small.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: Content Management, Quality Assurance, Banking Analyst, In house Lawyer, Designer – Fashion, Interior and Industrial, Business Analysts, Health Care, Engineers, etc.
Number of Questions: 15
Module Duration: 20 min
Detailed Syllabus:

Data Interpretation

Information Ordering

Rule Based Selection and Locating Information
Excel (compulsory only for Management Graduates)

The module assesses, without bias, how efficiently a candidate can work on excel instead of how well he knows or remembers excel.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: Business Consultant, Business Analyst/Associate, Research Analyst/Associate, Accountant, etc.
Number of Questions: 23
Module Duration: 20 min
Detailed Syllabus:
MS Excel Basics

Formatting cells
Insertion, deletion
Page setup
Cut, copy, paste
Drop down
Data Analysis and Presentation

Managing worksheets and workbooks
Pivot table
Analyzing and organizing data
Basic formulae
Advanced excel

Macros
Sheet Protection

Excel

The module assesses, without bias, how efficiently a candidate can work on excel instead of how well he knows or remembers excel.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: Business Consultant, Business Analyst/Associate, Research Analyst/Associate, Accountant, etc.
Number of Questions: 23
Module Duration: 20 min
Detailed Syllabus:
MS Excel Basics

Formatting cells
Insertion, deletion
Page setup
Cut, copy, paste
Drop down
Data Analysis and Presentation

Managing worksheets and workbooks
Pivot table
Analyzing and organizing data
Basic formulae
Advanced excel

Macros
Sheet Protection
Computer Programming

The module is ideal to evaluate entry level talents exposure and expertise in Computer Programming. This module is agnostic to programming languages and does not require the candidates to code during the test.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: Technical Support Executive, Computer Engineer, Software Developer Web, System s/w, Product, Trainee, Testing Engineer, Research Engineer, Content Developer-IT, IT Recruiter, etc.
Number of Questions: 25
Module Duration: 35 min
Detailed Syllabus:
Basic Programming

Data Types
Iteration, Recursion, Decision
Procedure, functions and scope
Data Structures

Arrays, Linked Lists, Trees, Graphs
Stacks, Queues
Hash Tables
Heaps
Searching and Sorting
OOPs

Polymorphism
Abstraction
Encapsulation
Complexity Theory
Physics

This module requires a candidate to apply the principles and laws, involved in various topics such as Newtons laws, Electromagnetic theories etc, to real world situations.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: Lab Supervisor, Researcher, Technician, Manager, Consulting Physicist, Research Associate, Senior Physicist.
Number of Questions: 22
Module Duration: 20 min
Detailed Syllabus:
Classical Mechanics

Kinematics and Dynamics
Rotational and Fluid Mechanics
Oscillations and Waves
Electromagnetism

Electrostatics
Magneto statics and electro dynamics
Optics
Thermodynamics and Modern Physics

Thermal physics
Nuclear and Particle physics
Chemistry

The module assesses the candidates on the various laws, theories and principles governing the various physical phenomena in chemistry.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: Laboratory Assistant, Scientist, Research and Development, Chemist, Sales Representative, etc.
Number of Questions: 18
Module Duration: 15 min
Detailed Syllabus:
Physical Chemistry

Atomic structure
Chemical bonding
Gaseous state
Chemical thermodynamics
Chemical and ionic equilibrium
Solutions and colligative properties
Electrochemistry
Chemical kinetics
Inorganic Chemistry

Periodic table and periodic properties
s, p and d-block elements
Coordination compounds
Organic Chemistry

Purification and characterization of organic compounds
Types of organic reactions
Basic Biology

The module assesses graduates from Life Sciences, Pharmacology, and Nursing backgrounds on their knowledge, understanding and application of the basic concepts of biology.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: Medical Representative, Nurse, Scientist, Research and Development, etc.
Number of Questions: 22
Module Duration: 16 min
Detailed Syllabus:
Basic Anatomy

Brain and skeleton
Muscular system and alimentary canal
Respiratory and cardiac system
Physiology-1 (Head and Thorax)

Brain and pituitary, thyroid, parathyroid glands
Neuro-transmission
Respiration
Lymphatic system and complete blood system
Physilogy-2 (Below Thorax)

Endocrine glands and gastrointestinal tract
Adrenals, pancreas, testes and ovary
Urinary system
Reproductive system
Marketing

The module assesses the candidates for all aspects of marketing ranging from fundamentals, to market research, planning and strategy and principles of economics all of which are closely linked and would be required by a marketing professional.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: Sales Manager/Executive, Marketing Manager/Executive, etc.
Number of Questions: 24
Module Duration: 20 min
Detailed Syllabus:
Basic Concepts of Marketing

Markets and Marketing management
Analyzing Consumer Behavior
STP
Marketing Research

Marketing Strategies and Plans
Fields of Marketing (Retail Marketing, Service Marketing, International Marketing and Rural Marketing)
Consumer behavior
Marketing Mix
Product Strategy and Product Line Decisions
Product Life Cycle
Pricing Decisions
Promotion Tools
Distribution
Advertising and Brand Management

Advertising
Media Planning
Brand Concept and Positioning
Finance and Accounting

The module tests the ability of students to understand the increasingly complex and critical area of finance coupled with knowledge of the practices of accounting.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: Accounts Executive/Manager, Finance Executive, Accounting Executive, BFSI Product Sales Executive/Manager, BFSI Product Services Executive/Manager, etc.
Number of Questions: 20
Module Duration: 25 min
Detailed Syllabus:
Accounting Basics

Journalizing and Posting
Subsidiary Books & Accounts
Financial Reporting

Assets and Liabilities
Cost Concepts
Inventories
Financial Statements Analysis

Basics
Balance Sheet
Income Statement and Cash Flow
Financial Ratios
Banking & Financial Services

The module has been designed to check general financial knowledge and its application for a graduate in all subject areas that affect a financial managers decisions.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: Accounting Managers, Corporate Controllers, Chief Financial Officers, Treasurers and Finance Officers, Cash Managers, Management Consultants.
Number of Questions: 27
Module Duration: 20 min
Detailed Syllabus:
Investment Products

Stocks
Bonds
Mutual Funds
Derivatives
Banking Products

o Banking
Debt
Basic Economics and Taxation

Macro Economics
Taxation
Human Resources (HR)

The module tests particular areas of candidates strength and identifies whether the candidate is suited for a specialist or a generalist profile in HR.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: HR/Recruitment Manager/Executive, Training Manager/Executive, IT Recruiter, Sourcing Executive/Manager, etc.
Number of Questions: 22
Module Duration: 25 min
Detailed Syllabus:
Human Resource Management

HR Planning
Training and Development
Compensation Management
Performance Appraisal
Organizational behavior

Industrial behavior
Group behavior
Organizational structure and design
Industrial Relations and Labour Welfare

Acts
Other Aspects of Labour Welfare
Operations

The module assesses MBA students on their understanding of basic concepts involved in Operations Management, laying greater emphasis on the practical aspects of operations.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: Operations Executive/Manager, Operation Research Associate, Supply Chain Manager, etc.
Number of Questions: 15
Module Duration: 20 min
Detailed Syllabus:
Planning and Development

Capacity ,Resource and Layout planning
Process selection and Project planning
Supply Chain Management

Statistical Quality Control
Control Chart
Sampling Operating Characteristic Curve
Basics of Quality Management
Quality Management

Product Design and Development
Sourcing and Purchasing
Logistics and Warehousing
Inventory Management
Pharmaceutical Sciences

The module focuses on assessing a student on theoretical and practical aspects of design and development of new drugs for clinical purposes, different sources, working and formulation of medicines and its analysis.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: Research Assistant, Medical representative, Pharmacist, Chemist, Sales Representative, etc.
Number of Questions: 30
Module Duration: 20 min
Detailed Syllabus:
Pharmaceutics

Drug manufacture
Drug delivery, release and action
Pharmacy know how
Pharmacology

Basic pharmacology and therapeutics
Drug action on nervous system and endocrine glands
Drug action on circulatory system and GI tract
Pharmaceutical Analysis

Chromatography and electrochemistry
Titration
Other analytical techniques
Front Office

The module tests the students on the basics of Hospitality Industry, various functions of a front office ranging from various stages of the guest cycle to the knowledge of evaluating hotels performance.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: Front Office Executive/Manager, Sales Executive/Manager, etc.
Number of Questions: 18
Module Duration: 15 min
Detailed Syllabus:
Front Office Organization

Basics of FO
Hotel organization
Tariff Structure
Front Office Operations

Introduction to guest cycle/guest handling
Reservations
Room selling techniques
Guest safety and security, special requests
Front Office Accounting

Planning and Evaluating FO Operations
Accounting fundamentals
Housekeeping

The module tests candidates on the basics of Hospitality Industry, various functions of housekeeping ranging from basic cleaning procedures to its peripheral activities.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: Housekeeping Executive/Manager, Sales Executive/Manager, etc.
Number of Questions: 18
Module Duration: 15 min
Detailed Syllabus:
Organization of the House Keeping Department

Organization chart
Routine systems and records
Planning and organizing
Store and control desk
Cleaning and Procedures

Guest room cleaning procedures
Cleaning knowledge and practice
Other Housekeeping Activities

Linen and uniform rooms
Safety and security
Laundry
Horticulture
Culinary Skills

The module focuses on testing the student on understanding of all basic concepts of food production along with situational based questions to check application and practical nuances.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: Food Production Executive/Manager, Sales Executive/Manager, etc.
Number of Questions: 18
Module Duration: 15 min
Detailed Syllabus:
Cooking Methods and Safety

Principles of methods of cooking
Equipments and new developments
Safety and sanitation
Meals Preparation and Presentation

Different courses of meal
Presentation of dish
Culinary Math
Stock Management and Budgeting

Stock management
Kitchen Organization
Food and Beverage Service

The module focuses on testing students understanding of the theoretical differences between the various types of service along with its practical aspects.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: Food and Beverages Executive/Manager, Sales Executive/Manager, etc.
Number of Questions: 18
Module Duration: 15 min
Detailed Syllabus:
Service Planning and Preparation

Meals and menu planning
Food Service Areas and Preparation for service
Departmental Organization and Staffing
Operations and Safety Measures

Order Taking and Receive Payments
Room service
Food and Beverage Service Equipment and Table Service
Food Safety and Environmental Concerns
Tobacco and Beverages

Tobacco
Dispense Bars, Alcoholic Beverages and Cellar
Non-alcoholic beverages
Cocktails and Mixed Drinks

Computer Programming

The module is ideal to evaluate entry level talents exposure and expertise in Computer Programming. This module is agnostic to programming languages and does not require the candidates to code during the test.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: Technical Support Executive, Computer Engineer, Software Developer Web, System s/w, Product, Trainee, Testing Engineer, Research Engineer, Content Developer-IT, IT Recruiter, etc.
Number of Questions: 25
Module Duration: 35 min
Detailed Syllabus:
Basic Programming

Data Types
Iteration, Recursion, Decision
Procedure, functions and scope
Data Structures

Arrays, Linked Lists, Trees, Graphs
Stacks, Queues
Hash Tables
Heaps
Searching and Sorting
OOPs

Polymorphism
Abstraction
Encapsulation
Complexity Theory
Miscellaneous

Searching and Sorting
Complexity Theory
Computer Science

The module focuses to assess the candidates knowledge in basics of operating system and computer architecture, computer networks and database concepts.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: Software Developers, Database Administrator and Network Engineers
Number of Questions: 26
Module Duration: 25 min
Detailed Syllabus:
Operating System and Computer Architecture

Basics of OS and Computer Architecture
Process Management and Synchronization
Memory and I/O Management
DBMS

Data model
Relational Algebra and SQL
Normalization, Architecture, Indexing
Computer Networks

Basics of networking and communication
OSI, TCP/IP layers and protocols
Network Devices and Routing Algorithms
Electronics and Semiconductors

The module assesses the job suitability of the candidate in those companies which deal with Embedded Systems, VLSI design, SOC, Electronic, Design and Automation Companies etc.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: Electronics Engineer, Hardware Engineer, Sales and Operations Manager/Executive for Electronic Industry Processes, Research Scientist, Technical Content Developer, etc.
Number of Questions: 25
Module Duration: 35 min
Detailed Syllabus:
Semiconductors and Devices

Basics of semiconductor
Two terminal devices
Three terminal devices
Analog Electronics

Basic for circuit analysis
Small Signal and Large Signal Circuit Analysis
Feedback, stability and oscillators
Op-amps
Filters
Digital Electronics

Boolean Algebra and minimization of Boolean functions
Logic families
Combinational Circuits
VLSI Basics
Telecommunication

This module evaluates the candidates on their knowledge and understanding of the subject of Telecommunication and its applications.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: Telecommunications Field Engineer, Telecommunications Manager, Systems Developer, Radio communications Technician, Telecommunications Network Planner, Telecommunications Technical Officer-Technologist, RF Engineer, Switch Engineer.
Number of Questions: 25
Module Duration: 30 min
Detailed Syllabus:
Communication

Analog
Digital
Optics
Microwave Engineering

Microwave engineering
Transmission lines and waveguides
Antennas and wave propagation
Radar
Electromagnetism

Electrostatics
Magnetostatics
Electromagnetic theory
Electrical Engineering

The module focuses on testing a student on theoretical knowledge as well as practical concepts of electricity, electronics and electromagnetism.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: Electrical Engineer, Power Engineer, Technical Content Developer, Sales and Operations Manager/Executive for Electrical Industry Processes, Research and Development, etc.
Number of Questions: 25
Module Duration: 30 min
Detailed Syllabus:
Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering

Basic electrical engineering
Electrical machines
Power machines
Instrumentation and control

Instruments and measurements
Control system
Electronics

Analog and digital electronics
Power electronics
Mechanical Engineering

The module assesses a student”s skills, knowledge and understanding of the core principles/concepts in the branch of mechanical engineering.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: Mechanical Engineer, Research and Development, Automation Engineer, Product Engineer, Technical Content Developer, Sales and Operations in industry processes, etc.
Number of Questions: 30
Module Duration: 25 min
Detailed Syllabus:
Manufacturing Science

Engineering materials
Production engineering
CAD/CAM
Industrial engineering
Thermodynamics and IC Engines

Thermodynamic cycles and steam generators
IC engines
Heat transfer, refrigeration and air conditioning
Fluid and Machine Mechanics

Fluid mechanics and fluid machinery
Strength of materials
Theory of machines
Machine design
Civil Engineering

The module focuses on testing a student on general principles of mechanics and construction, and requires the candidates to apply these principles in practical based problems.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: Civil Engineer, Research Associate, Site Engineer, Design Engineer, Structural Engineer, Sales and Operations Manager/Executive – Industrial Processes, Technical Content Developer, etc.
Number of Questions: 40
Module Duration: 25 min
Detailed Syllabus:
Structural Engineering

Applied mechanics
Strength of materials
Building materials and construction
Theory of structures
Steel structures
Concrete technology
R.C.C. Design
Geotechnical and Water Resources Engineering

Soil mechanics
Hydraulic engineering
Water supply engineering
Transportation Engineering and Surveying

Highways engineering
Railway engineering
Estimation and costing
Surveying
Instrumentation Engineering

The module focuses on testing a student on theoretical knowledge as well as practical concepts in the branch of instrumentation engineering.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: Instrumentation Engineer, Automation Engineer, Research Scientist, Design Engineer, Plant Engineer, Process Engineer, Maintenance Engineer, etc.
Number of Questions: 25
Module Duration: 20 min
Detailed Syllabus:
Instrumentation and Control

Transducers and industrial instrumentation
Analytical and optical instrumentation
Electronic instrumentation and measurements
Control systems and process control
Electronics

Analog electronics
Digital electronics
Microprocessor and microcontroller
Signals and Communication System

Signal and systems
Communications
Fundamentals of network analysis and synthesis
Industrial Engineering

The module focuses on testing a student on theoretical knowledge as well as practical concepts of engineering analysis, design and management.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: Industrial Engineer, Process Engineer, Quality Engineer, Technical Content Developer, Financial Engineer, Plant Engineer, etc.
Number of Questions: 18
Module Duration: 20 min
Detailed Syllabus:
Design of Manufacturing Systems

Product design and development
Work system design
Facility design
Quality Control and Management

Quality management
Production planning and inventory control
Management information system
Reliability and Costing

Reliability and maintenance
Operation research
Engineering economy and costing
Production Engineering

The module focuses on testing a student on theoretical and practical concepts of design, development and implementation of new production processes, information and control systems, computer controlled inspection, assembly and handling.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: Process Engineer, Project Design Engineer, Quality Control Engineer, Service Engineer, Maintenance Engineer, etc.
Number of Questions: 20
Module Duration: 20 min
Detailed Syllabus:
Production Technology and Analysis

Metal casting, forming and joining
Manufacturing Analysis
Metal Cutting and Tool Design

Machining and machine tool operators
Tool engineering
Metrology and inspection
Material Science and CIM

Polymers and composites
Computer integrated manufacturing
Metallurgical Engineering

The module focuses on testing a student on theoretical knowledge as well as practical concepts in the branch of metallurgical engineering.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: Process Metallurgists, Design Engineer, Metallurgical R&D Lab Technician, Welding Engineer, Quality Planning Engineer, Plant Equipment Engineer and Ballistics Engineer.
Number of Questions: 25
Module Duration: 15 min
Detailed Syllabus:
Process Metallurgy

Fuels and furnaces mineral beneficiation
Non Ferrous Technology – Iron and steel
Metallurgical thermodynamics
Industrial Metallurgy

Metal casting, joining and forming
Corrosion science
Physical Metallurgy

Non ferrous materials
Phase transformation and heat treatment
Material testing and characterization
Chemical Engineering

The module focuses on testing a student on principles of chemistry, physics and material science in practical and industrial based problems.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: Chemical Engineer, Research Scientist, Manufacturer (Chemical Industry), Quality Engineer, Sales and Operations Manager/Executive for Industrial Processes, Technical Content Developer, etc.
Number of Questions: 26
Module Duration: 25 min
Detailed Syllabus:
Transport Phenomena

Fluid mechanics
Heat transfer
Mass transfer
Chemical Process Engineering and Technology

Process engineering and technology
Chemical technology
Chemical Process Principles and Design

Chemical reaction engineering
Chemical engineering thermodynamics
Stoichiometry and process calculations
Automotive Engineering

The module focuses on testing a student on theoretical knowledge as well as practical concepts of automobile design and testing, experimental/scientific methods related to automotive engineering.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: Aerospace Engineer, Marine Engineer, Design Engineer, Research and Development Engineer, Sales Engineer, Technical Content Developer, etc.
Number of Questions: 26
Module Duration: 25 min
Detailed Syllabus:
Engine Components and Transmission

Automotive Petrol and Diesel Engines
Automotive Chassis
Power Units and Transmission
Automotive Electrical Systems and Electronics
Auto vehicle technology and Electrical

Vehicle Body Engineering
Vehicle Dynamics
Heat Transfer and Combustion
Auto-Maintenance and Turn-Up
General Mechanical Engineering

Strength of Materials
Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Machinery
Thermodynamics Cycles and Steam Generators
Manufacturing Methods
Machine Design
Theory of Machines
Industrial Engineering
Engineering Materials
Paint Technology

The module focuses on testing a student on theoretical knowledge as well as practical concepts in the branch of paint technology.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: Paint Technologists in paint manufacturing companies and home furnishing companies, Research and Development, Quality Assurance, Production, Marketing, Technical Assistants/Executives.
Number of Questions: 20
Module Duration: 15 min
Detailed Syllabus:
Raw Materials and Precursors

Introduction to components of surface coatings
Organic, inorganic pigments, extenders, dyestuff, natural resins and polymers
Synthetic resins and polymers
Coating Manufacturing, Evaluation, Types

Formulation principles and manufacturing of coatings
Coating properties and evaluation
Industrial and specialty coatings, decorative and eco-friendly coatings
Paint Application and Troubleshooting

Surface treatment and coating applications
Coating defects
Polymer Technology

The module assesses both the theoretical as well as practical knowledge of the candidate across various topics like polymer chemistry, processing, testing, etc.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: Production Engineers or Technologists, Quality Control Inspectors and Polymer Specialists
Number of Questions: 25
Module Duration: 15 min
Detailed Syllabus:
Polymer Chemistry and Characterization

Chemistry of polymers
Polymer characterization
Polymer Synthesis and Properties

Synthesis and properties
Polymer processing
Polymer theology
Application of Polymers

Polymer testing
Polymer technology
Polymer blends and composites
Chemistry

The module assesses the candidates on the various laws, theories and principles governing the various physical phenomena in chemistry.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: Laboratory Assistant, Scientist, Research and Development, Chemist, Sales Representative, etc.
Number of Questions: 18
Module Duration: 15 min
Detailed Syllabus:
Physical Chemistry

Atomic structure
Chemical bonding
Gaseous state
Chemical thermodynamics
Chemical and ionic equilibrium
Solutions and colligative properties
Electrochemistry
Chemical kinetics
Inorganic Chemistry

Periodic table and periodic properties
s, p and d-block elements
Coordination compounds
Organic Chemistry

Purification and characterization of organic compounds
Types of organic reactions

Banking & Financial Services

The module has been designed to check general financial knowledge and its application for a graduate in all subject areas that affect a financial managers decisions.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: Accounting Managers, Corporate Controllers, Chief Financial Officers, Treasurers and Finance Officers, Cash Managers, Management Consultants.
Number of Questions: 27
Module Duration: 20 min
Detailed Syllabus:
Investment Products

Stocks
Bonds
Mutual Funds
Derivatives
Banking Products

Banking
Debt
Basic Economics and Taxation

Macro Economics
Taxation
Marketing

The module assesses the candidates for all aspects of marketing ranging from fundamentals, to market research, planning and strategy and principles of economics all of which are closely linked and would be required by a marketing professional.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: Sales Manager/Executive, Marketing Manager/Executive, etc.
Number of Questions: 24
Module Duration: 20 min
Detailed Syllabus:
Basic Concepts of Marketing

Markets and Marketing management
Analyzing Consumer Behavior
STP
Marketing Research

Marketing Strategies and Plans
Fields of Marketing (Retail Marketing, Service Marketing, International Marketing and Rural Marketing)
Consumer behavior
Marketing Mix
Product Strategy and Product Line Decisions
Product Life Cycle
Pricing Decisions
Promotion Tools
Distribution
Advertising and Brand Management

Advertising
Media Planning
Brand Concept and Positioning
Human Resources (HR)

The module tests particular areas of candidates strength and identifies whether the candidate is suited for a specialist or a generalist profile in HR.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: HR/Recruitment Manager/Executive, Training Manager/Executive, IT Recruiter, Sourcing Executive/Manager, etc.
Number of Questions: 22
Module Duration: 25 min
Detailed Syllabus:
Human Resource Management

HR Planning
Training and Development
Compensation Management
Performance Appraisal
Organizational behavior

Industrial behavior
Group behavior
Organizational structure and design
Industrial Relations and Labour Welfare

Acts
Other Aspects of Labour Welfare
Operations

The module assesses MBA students on their understanding of basic concepts involved in Operations Management, laying greater emphasis on the practical aspects of operations.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: Operations Executive/Manager, Operation Research Associate, Supply Chain Manager, etc.
Number of Questions: 15
Module Duration: 20 min
Detailed Syllabus:
Planning and Development

Capacity, Resource and Layout planning
Process selection and Project planning
Supply Chain Management

Statistical Quality Control
Control Chart
Sampling Operating Characteristic Curve
Basics of Quality Management
Quality Management

Product Design and Development
Sourcing and Purchasing
Logistics and Warehousing
Inventory Management
Basic Statistics

The module assesses MBA students on their understanding of basic concepts and methods of statistics, laying emphasis on quantitative methods and statistical techniques used to investigate and interpret statistical data in order to arrive at meaningful conclusions.
Befitting Job Functions/Profiles: Business Consultant, Business Analyst/Associate, Research Analyst/Associate, Accountant, etc.
Number of Questions: 20
Module Duration: 30 min
Detailed Syllabus:
Exploratory Analysis

Statistical survey and presentation of data
Measures of central tendency
Measures of dispersion
Skewness
Design of experiments, sampling, sampling error, sampling bias
Statistical inference

Formulating null and alternate hypothesis
Type I and Type II errors
z-test/t-test, p-values
Chi-square distribution
Confidence intervals
Correlation
Regression
Multivariate analysis
Probability

Basics of probability
Probability density function (PDF)
Cumulative distribution function (CDF)
Standard distributions

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