Summary Report

Part A: Interest

There are six fundamental types of work/ careers: Realistic, Investigative, Artistic, Social, Enterprising and Conventional. In simple terms they can be called as doers, thinkers, creators, helpers, persuaders and organizers respectively. All careers can be categorized into one of these six basic types of work, or a combination of these types. Your personal career type will be a combination of two or three of these fundamental types of work.

Your Interest Score:

Your Dominant Career Types Are:

Your Secondary Career Type Is:

Career Types To Avoid:

The following career types were not a strong match for you and should probably be avoided:

Part B: Ability

Our Ability Profiler measures six abilities that can help you do well in most jobs. The Ability Profiler helps you identify your strongest abilities. Knowing your strongest abilities is very helpful when you are exploring careers. The six abilities measured by the Ability Profiler are:

Arithmetic Reasoning: Arithmetic reasoning is an ability that uses several math skills and logical thinking to solve problems in everyday situations. It involves gathering and sorting through all information related to a problem, making educated guesses about how best to solve the problem, picking a likely way to solve it, and then, explaining your decisions. This ability is measured by the Arithmetic Reasoning exercise.

Verbal Ability: Verbal ability is understanding the meaning of words and using them correctly in good communication when you listen, speak, or write. This ability is measured by the Vocabulary exercise.

Computation: Computation ability is using arithmetic operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division to solve everyday problems involving numbers. This ability is measured by the Computation exercise.

Spatial Ability: Spatial ability is being able to form pictures of objects in your mind. It involves easily understanding how drawings represent real objects and correctly imagining how parts fit together. It is an important ability for many artistic, engineering, architectural, and mechanical jobs. This ability is measured by the Three-Dimensional Space exercise.

Clerical Perception: Clerical perception is the ability to see details in written materials quickly and correctly. The material may be text or numbers on a page, in lists, or in tables. It involves noticing if there are mistakes in the text and numbers, or if there are careless errors in working math problems. Many industrial occupations call for clerical perception even when the job does not require reading or math. This ability is measured by the Name Comparison exercise.

Form Perception: Form perception is the ability to see details in objects, pictures, or drawings quickly and correctly. It involves noticing little differences in shapes of figures, shading, and lengths and widths of lines. It is an important ability for many inspections, quality control, and scientific jobs. This ability is measured by the Object Matching exercise.

Following are your scores from the Ability Profiler. They are reported as percentiles, which range from 1 to 99. Percentiles show how you compare to a very large group, or sample, of other people who work in many different kinds of jobs across the country. For example, if you had a percentile score of 60, it would mean you scored the same as or higher than 60 out of 100 people who were in the nationwide sample. The average percentile score for any one of the abilities is 50. This means the average worker would score at the 50th percentile for that ability.

Now that you have learned about your Ability Profile and have seen how your different abilities compare with one another, you are ready to find the careers that are linked with your Ability Profile. To help you identify careers that can use your pattern of abilities, your Ability Profile was compared to the ability profiles of different jobs. Your Ability Profile is linked to a set of jobs that has been grouped into seventeen career streams in the next section.

Part C: Career Options

In this segment we have combined your Interest Profile and Ability Profile to get your compatibility score against seventeen career groups.

Animation Architecture
Arts Aviation
Commerce Computer Applications
Dental Design
Education Engineering
Government Law
Management Mass Communication
Medical Paramedical

Based on Above results, top five career fileds for you are:


Animation and graphics is the combination of art with technology to produce movies, websites, digital content, video games etc. This domain requires having basic knowledge of fine arts along with ability to use computers and technology for creating digital special effects, producing 2D and 3D programs, creating graphics for websites, logos, illustrations etc. UI/UX designers are at the helm of this work. This can be an ideal job for people who have a creative bent of mind and are also tech savvy. Along with the right education in the field, one should have an attitude and passion to excel in animation graphics. Bachelor's degree in graphic designing, graphic arts or visual communication is available in various universities and institutes. One can also pursue bachelors in fine arts and then apply for a certificate or diploma course in animation. If one's interest lies in UI/UX design, then computer science is an important subject for them. Job opportunities are available in Top Design Firms, Adverstising Agencies, MNCs, Website and App Development Agencies, Electronic Industry, Entertainment Industry amongst others. Trending Field: Character Animator, UI/ UX Designers, Graphic Designers.


Architecture is a highly ambitious field these days as structural designs and modern buildings are taking over not just the city, but the country's infrastructure is also getting a facelift and new avenues are opening up for the hopeful students. Architecture fields include Landscape Design, Urban Design and Planning, Ecological Management, Urban Conservation, Heritage Management amongst many others. While many people find this career fascinating and therefore lakhs of candidates apply and compete to get through the premier institutions through the entrance-test. It is recommended that aspirants take Maths, Physics, Chemistry and Engineering Drawing at 10+2 level for this course. There are multiple entrance tests such as NATA which is National Aptitude Test of Architecture and on the basis of ranking /marks obtained in these entrance tests, the students are selected for college courses. Top recruiting firms- Architecture Design Firms, Real Estate Firms, Engineering Firms, Government Bodies Trending fields - Landscape Designer, Interior Designer, Urban Design and Planning.


Arts (also called humanities) is a domain that deals with understanding various aspects of human development. It includes a vast domain of career options such as psychologist, sociologist, historian, political scientist, archaeologist, anthropologist amongst others. While a career in engineering and medical field is becoming a traditional and obscure concept, competition in these fields is fast increasing. Securing a seat in good social science colleges requires outstanding marks at the +2 level. On the other hand some universities are conducting entrance tests and personal interviews as a selection process. Although it will be quite helpful to take up stream of humanities/social sciences/arts in 10+2 examinations, but there has also been an influx of science and commerce students in the field of social sciences at the under graduation level. A Bachelor's degree in psychology, sociology, political sciences and anthropology is a benchmark in career qualification. One may further go for masters degree and PhD for better career prospects. Jobs opportunities can be found in Private Sector, Government Sector, Judiciary sector amongst others depending upon the area of specialization. Trending Field: Counsellor, Archaeologist, Anthropologist.


Aviation is still amongst the most rewarding and fascinating careers. Aviation refers to all the activities involving the operation of aircrafts. The courses in India deal with Flying Operation, Aircrew, Aircraft, Air Traffic Management, Aviation safety and economics of the airport. Aircraft pilots are highly trained professionals and require intensive training & skill up gradation. Being a highly specialized job one is required to have knowledge of air navigation, interpreting meteorological reports, lead the aircraft under varied circumstances and be a leader to the crew and passengers. At technical level, a lot of skills are prerequisite for the pilots and they have to qualify many tests to get the license to fly. Getting the DGCA (Directorate General of Civil Aviation) license to fly the airplane is highly competitive in nature. For a career as a Pilot, one should pass the 10+2 level with the subject combination of Physics, Chemistry and Maths. Post class 12th one can try and crack the entrance exams of the flying schools in India and also clear the physical fitness requirements. Leading recruiters include well known International and domestic airlines such as Emirates, Singapore Air, Etihad, Jet Airways and Air India. Trending fields- Commercial Pilot, Private Jet Pilot, Aircraft Maintenance Engineer etc.


A career in Commerce & Accounts opens the pathway to multiple career options in the field of business management, accounting, banking & finance as well as marketing sales. One can pursue degree programs as well as certification programs or a combination of both at the graduate level. Many students are able to master both degree and certification programs with dedication and hard work. Bachelor in Commerce, Bachelor in Business Administration, Bachelor in Management Studies, Bachelor of Commerce in Banking & Insurance, Bachelor of Commerce in Financial Markets, Chartered Accountancy, Company Secretary, Cost Accountancy, Chartered Financial Analyst, Forensic Accounting, Economics, Actuarial Sciences are some of the most sought after programs in this domain. Chartered Accountancy is one of the most sought after and respected certification programs for aspirants. Over the last decade, a degree in commerce & accounts is further enriched by several specialized pathways in sectors like Finance, Banking and Insurance. Thus the career prospects in commerce and its interdisciplinary domains are extremely bright. Very good growth prospects, shorter learning and training time-span, high employment opportunities are some of the factors which have made a career in commerce and accounts quite popular amongst the youth. Employment opportunities are excellent with top MNC's across industries, Audit Firms and CA Firms who are always on the lookout for bright talent in this domain. Trending Fields: MBA, CFA, CA, BBA, BMS, Actuarial Sciences, Economics, Entrepreneurship.

Computer Applications

In today's techno-savvy world, no industry survives without adopting the latest technology & hence graduates in the field of computer applications are always in demand. Bachelors in the computer application is a mainstream career option and a very sought-after course amongst students. A degree in computer application creates substantial scope for an excellent career. Entry to premier colleges requires students to pass an entrance exam. Considering the fast pace growth of this sector, lots of students are pursuing this career path thus making it increasingly competitive. Graduates in this field need to constantly upgrade their skill set to keep up with the rapidly changing technology. For a career in Computer Application one can do BCA, a three year bachelor program and follow it up with MCA, a masters program. While its imperative to have Mathematics at 10+2 level, it's also recommended that the candidate chooses a combination of Science (Physics, Chemistry, Maths) with Computer Science as it increases the odds of grasping concepts faster. While demand for Computer Application Graduates is becoming sector agnostic, companies like Accenture, TCS, TechMahindra, IGATE and StartUps like Flipkart & UBER continue to be the top recruiters. Trending fields: Web/ Mobile Design Engineer, Web/ Mobile App Developer, UI/UX Designers, Technical Writers.


Dentist is skilled and licensed to diagnose,treat and prevent injuries and malformations of the teeth, jaws, and mouth . They advice and instruct on taking care of teeth and gums and on diet choices that affect oral health.They treat diseases and infection of nerve, pulp, and other dental tissues affecting oral hygiene.


Career in design is for people who have a creative outlook and are able to form innovative connections between colors, shape, materials and textures. Designers are required in nearly every field whether in designing cars, clothes, buildings, products, logos, theatre sets, merchandise sets, landscapes etc. While most indulge in computer-aided designs, a basic fine art is also intrinsic to designing. Design has wide variety of sub fields including graphic designing, fashion designing, interior designing, web designing, set designing, industrial designing, visual merchandise designing etc. Each of these categories requires a domain specialization. One can select their area of specialization on the basis of their interest, skill and aptitude. Most institutes have an entrance exam for admission and competition for the premier institutes like NID and NIFT is quite high. In order to build a career in design one should have a bachelor's or master's degree in the particular field. Designers can find jobs in Fashion Houses, Media Houses, Automobile Industry, Technology Firms, Web Designing Firms etc. A lot of designers also pursue their career as a Freelancer. Trending Field: Graphic Design, Fashion Design, Animation & Graphics.


A career in Education and training is considered a noble one in India as well as across the globe. Educators pass on accumulated knowledge to the new generation shaping the future of the country. Educators requires a perfect blend of essential attributes like patience, confidence, liking for and an understanding of children/ students. Education & training is such a broad domain that different skills and type of trainings are required for different levels. Areas of specialization include teaching at nursery schools, middle schools, high schools, colleges, universities, institutes, special schools etc. The demand for qualified educators is on rise and this trend is not likely to change anytime in the near future. Whether you're interested in working as a professor or elementary school teacher, a special educator instructor or corporate trainer you're sure to find a career in education extremely rewarding. For different levels, a different set of qualification is required ranging from nursery which requires a higher secondary degree (10+2 examination) along with B.Ed. to university level, where one requires at least a masters degree with NET qualification certificate. For aspirants planning to enter the domain of training they need to gain relevant expertise and experience. All top Schools and Colleges both in the private and public sector are constantly on the lookout for good talent in the field of education & training and are thus amongst the top recruiters. Training organizations and corporates are also on constant lookout for qualified trainers and experts.


Engineering is one of the most versatile degrees spanning multiple domains ranging from aerospace to automobiles to healthcare to business & many more. Engineers are at the center of innovation and one of the most sought after professionals in the country. They provide technological solutions to the problems, issues and ideas that affect every area of our lives and are responsible for technological advancements. Depending upon one's interest, one can specialize in multiple fields of engineering such as Electronics, Computer Science, Mechanical, Civil & Aerospace amongst others. With increasing competition in the field, huge numbers of engineering colleges have mushroomed across the country. However, competition for the premier colleges remains extremely high. A four year Bachelor's degree in Engineering can be quite rewarding if completed from the marque colleges of the country. In order to build a career in Engineering and Technology, one should have a combination of PCM (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics) at the 10+2 level. An engineering degree from the coveted colleges opens doors for some of the top companies in the world like Google, Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft amongst others recruiters. Trending fields: Computer Science Engineering, Electronic & Communication Engineering, Sound Engineering, Marine Engineering.


Though government jobs are in almost all fields, two are major ones:

Civil Services: The civil service system is the backbone of the administrative machinery of the country. The Union Public Service Commission conducts a nationwide competitive examination for recruitment to various Civil Services of the Government of India. Civil Services offer an attractive and challenging career to the ambitious, aspiring and the talented youth of the country. The wide variety of jobs within the fold of the Civil Services have relatively greater sphere of authority and power than any other services in India. It is considered to be one of the toughest examination in India with success rate of 0.1%-0.3% with more than 900,000 applicants. The challenging aspect of this exam is that aspirants must complete a three-stage process, requiring in depth knowledge, rational thinking, drafting skills, creativity, language competency, a can do and empathetic personality. The candidate applying for civil services examination must hold a degree of any central, state or deemed university. There are certain restrictions on age limit and number of attempts. Jobs in civil services are symbols of great power, social recognition and affluence. A wide variety of work domains are associated with civil services, like maintenance of law and order, developmental work, disaster management, representing India on international forums, administration, and empowerment of marginalized sections of society etc. Trending fields: Indian Administrative Services, Indian Foreign Service, Indian Police Service.

Defense: A career in defense forces promises one of the most prestigious and respected positions in the country. The Indian Armed Forces are the military forces of India, which consists of four professional uniformed services: The Indian Army, Indian Air Force, Indian Navy and Indian Coast Guard. The various paramilitary organizations and various inter-service institutions also help the Indian Armed Forces. The Ministry of Defense is responsible for the management of armed forces in India. Armed forces offer very exciting career to young men and women in several fields. Career in the forces promises a life full of adventure. To ensure that appropriate candidates are chosen, a comprehensive selection process is adopted by the armed forces through Service Selection Board (SSB) Interview. Selection procedure involves three phases: Objective test, Interview and medical examination. Candidates applying for Air force and Navy must have Physics and Maths in the +2 level exam. Students can apply after class 12 (NDA) or after graduation (CDS) for defense services. Candidates finally selected by SSB are absorbed by armed forces. Individuals are exposed to various forms of training and promotions at different levels.


A law degree arms one with serious advocacy skills, enabling one to argue in favor of any cause. Lawyers advice clients and provide solutions to legal issues at both private and public level. They interpret laws, rules and regulations and prepare legal documents. They argue and debate at the courts and take decisions on legal matters. As a lawyer one is expected to apply abstract law theories to solve problems of clients in diverse set of situations. India has over twelve lakh lawyers but according to reports only one fifth of them are capable to practice law in the courts. Thus there is a huge demand of well-trained & skilled lawyers. With the increase in the number of premier law colleges in the country and the increasing demand from the industry; a career in law is an extremely lucrative option for the youth. Today ,a huge range of specialization options has also emerged for lawyers such as International Taxation Law, Cyber Law, Environment Law, Sports Management Law, IPR, Aviation Law and Mergers & Acquisitions Law etc. Students interested in making a career in law can either do a 5 years' course straight after 12th class or a three-year law course after graduation in any discipline. After graduation one can further specialize by pursuing an LLM from an Indian or global university/college. People in the field of law, work at various corporate houses, law agencies, law firms, litigation, and administrative services amongst others. Today leading law firms are the most sought after destination for Law Graduates. Some of the top law firms in the country are: Amarchand Mangaldas, AZB & Partners, J Sagar Associates, Khaitan & Co, Luthra & Luthra. Trending Fields: Corporate Law, International Taxation, Cyber Law.


A career in Management makes students familiar with knowledge of business, trade, management techniques, industry, basics of economics, fiscal policies, industrial policies, share market, stock markets, etc. Management studies teaches one how to manage a business professionally. With increasing competition in the field, huge number of colleges providing management related courses have mushroomed across the country offering traditional specializations such as Finance, Marketing, Sales, Operations and Human Resources to the trending specializations like Health Care Management, Sports Management, Rural Management, Fashion Management etc. Students who are keen to take up management as a career option after class 12th can opt for BBA, BBS or BBM for developing a sound base in the field of management education. After graduation, one may opt for an MBA degree in a specialized field. Management is a career option which can also be pursued after almost any graduation degree such as Law, Engineering, Medicine, Social Sciences among others. Management is one of the most sought after careers because of the lucrative salaries and good future prospects it offers; especially if one graduates from the leading management colleges. Trending Fields: Sports Management, Health Care Management, Operations Management, Human Resource Management, Finance Management.

Mass Communication

Journalists in the 21st century play a very important role in providing necessary information to people regarding the day-to-day life and keep the citizens of the country updated with the current affairs and happenings that take place. Mass communication helps in disseminating such wide range of information to the people in a variety of ways such as audio, video, graphics, animation etc. Today, journalism is not only about reading out news to the people, but is central to shaping the thought patterns among people. With the increasing number of news channels, newspapers and the expansion of technology, journalism and mass communication has a wide scope and plenty of opportunities. Mass communication opens the door to fields like public relations, editing, scriptwriting, video jockey, and radio jockey amongst many others. The coursework for journalism and mass communication provides the technical aspects of knowledge required for the field. Other important skills necessary for the field are the ability to write and speak effectively, interest in the current affairs. General knowledge constitutes an important component of journalism and mass communication. Specialization in the field of journalism is available in areas like sports, politics, finance and economics, investigation etc. Master level courses are also available and are also considered to be important for future growth. Some of the top job recruiters in the field include AIR, NDTV Network, India Today Network, Hindustan Group of Publications, Viacom etc. Trending Field: Reporters, Journalists, Editors, Scriptwriters, Anchors, Writers etc.


Medicine is one of the most valuable and sought after career for those interested in science. There is immense scope for medicine as a professional career. It is a very challenging profession and requires utmost patience to excel. Career gestation period in medicine is relatively longer than other career options as specialization post the MBBS degree is highly recommended. Intricate and fast lifestyles have given rise to multiple new diseases, which the general doctors armed with a MBBS degree find difficult to deal with. This makes specializations a necessity in this field. Specialization may include General Surgery, General Medicine, Pediatrics, Obstetrics, Gynecology, Neurology, Ophthalmology, Cardiology, Dermatology, anesthesiology etc. Other systems of medicine like Homeopathy, Ayurveda, Unani, Dentistry & Veterinary Science are also fast emerging fields with excellent career opportunities. Medical Science courses are offered at undergraduate, postgraduate and doctorate levels. At the undergraduate level, an MBBS degree is awarded in allopathic system of medical science, whereas in Homeopathic, Unani System and Ayurvedic System of Medical science, BHMS, BUMS and BAMS degree are awarded. A BDS degree is awarded at the undergraduate level in dental science. For veterinary science, BSc degree is awarded. The competition environment in the field of Medicine is extremely vigorous as the number of seats in premier institutes is significantly less in comparison to the aspiring candidates. However with the increasing focus on healthcare, the number of medical colleges in the country is rapidly increasing. Candidate seeking admission in the field of medicine should have had the subject combination of Science with Biology at 10+2 level. Entrance test like: NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) is the gateway to various medical colleges across the country, both private as well as public. Top recruiting companies include- Fortis, Apollo and Max amongst others. Trending fields include- Cardiologist, Surgeon, Psychiatrist, Neurologist.


Without paramedicals, the integral health management is out of gear and non-functionary. The upsurge in the number of patients, array of diseases and demand for the extensive treatment has paved the way for the paramedical professionals who are expert technicians or therapists in providing better quality health care. A paramedic is a professional who assists the doctor in the specialized fields and assists in better diagnosis, treatment and therapy. Hence, paramedics are the key players in the health and medical sector. Specialized fields include- Physiotherapy, Radiology, Audiology, Optometry, Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Orthotic and Prosthetic Technology, Renal Dialysis Technology and many more. The competition in this field is relatively low compared to Medicine since many candidates are unaware of the myriad options and bright futuristic prospects, which the field offers. Aspirants must have pursued Science with Biology at the 10+2 level for admission to BSc courses at college level. Job offers for these professionals come from Leading Hospitals, Diagnostic Centre Chains etc. Trending fields include- Audiologists, Occupational Therapists, Pharmacy, Surgical Technologist.


It has two major categories:

Physical Science: Physical Science deals with the study of nature and the properties of the non-living matter and energy. It encompasses wide variety of fields such as astronomy, earth sciences, geology, physics, chemistry and oceanography. The researchers in this field, design and conduct experiments to collect the observable physical evidence of the natural phenomenon. More and more people are trying to get in the field of physical sciences for research purposes. Physical Science graduates can even join IIT through GATE exam. Physical Science is also an optional in civil service main exam. Candidate should have Science (Physics, Chemistry) and Mathematics at 10+2 level to take up any physical science career field at undergraduate level. Top job recruiters' include- BHABHA ATOMIC RESEARCH CENTRE, IISER, DRDO, Indian Institute of Science etc. Trending fields - Environmentalist, Astronomy, Space Researcher.

Maths & StatisticsIf one has the passion and deep interest in mathematics, then it is possible to build a perfectly satisfying, stimulating, creditable and lucrative career in it. A career in mathematics is frequently synonymous with a teaching career, but a trained mathematician can be very well employed outside of academia. Mathematicians use mathematical theory, computational techniques, algorithms and latest computer technology to solve economic, scientific and business problems. A degree in Mathematics & Statistics equips you with the requisite skills for developing and implementing various methods to solve business problems. Few Specialization fields in the domain include-Pure Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Pure Statistics, Computer Science, Physical Sciences, Engineering and other mathematically aligned fields like Insurance amongst the others. Competition is increasing since the subjects like mathematics and statistics are in vogue these days due to their wide gamut of applicability in the field of study and research. One needs to be proficient in the basics of mathematics right from the middle school, in order to pursue higher studies in mathematics. Candidate must have completed 10+2 with Mathematics and taken up the subject at honors level, so as to specialize in it further at the post-graduation level. Recruiters include government agencies and top MNCs across sectors such as Banking, Finance, Insurance and others. Trending Fields include- Big Data Analytics, Actuarial Science.

Part D: Career Path

Final step of career exploration is to plan a career path to follow. As you went through your interests, abilities and career fields, you might have got some idea of different careers available and your compatibility with them. In the final step we need to finalize your career path. It involves the following:

  • selecting best occupations in different career fields. For example, engineering has more than 60 sub streams like computer science, mechanical, civil, electronics, electrical, automobile, industrial, chemical, biotechnology, instrumentation and so on.

  • Like engineering, all other streams have varying number of sub streams. You can check them in your detailed report.
  • Selecting a satisfying career also involves information about future prospects of that career like growth, job openings, salaries and so on. A sample of engineering fields are:

  • Career ProfileGrowth (2020-30)Job Openings (2020-30)Median SalaryInterest ScoreAbility ScoreOverall Score
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    Electrical Engineer★★★★★★★★★★★★★IR778555
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    Industrial Engineer★★★★★★★★★★★★★ICE768544
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    Mechanical Engineer★★★★★★★★★★★IRC778777
    Mining and Geological Engineer★★★★★★★IRE677777
    Nuclear Engineer★★★★★IRC776777
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    Mechanical Drafter★★★★RCI769666

    Like this, we have collected these information about 400+ careers across seventeen streams.
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