BFSI

Interglobe Goldman Sachs IDBI Federal JP Morgan Chase
Kotak Mahindra Bank Mahindra Finance Reserve Bank of India HSBC
Barclays CRISIL Citibank HDFC Bank
Axis Bank HP Finance BNYM Morgan Stanley
Yes Bank UBS Verity Darashaw Metlife
Religare Finvest Ltd Siemens Financial Services Unitus Capital ING Vysya
Central Bank of India Aegon Religare Life Insurance    

Consulting

Avalon Consulting Deloitte Cerebrus Consultants
Mercer Ernst and Young Right Management
WNS ADP India Pvt. Ltd.  

Pharma/Healthcare

Boehringer Ingelheim Glaxo SmithKline Pharma
Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Cipla
Ranbaxy Janssen (J&J)
Glenmark Pharmaceuticals Torrent Pharma

Engineering & Tech.

Cummins FL Smidth Honeywell
Intel Larsen and Toubro Afcons
Mahindra Comviva Eaton Corporation Solairedirect Energy India Pvt Limited

FMCG/FMCD

Dabur Danone Nutricia Godrej Industries
GSK Consumer Healthcare Hindustan Unilever ITC
L'Oreal Marico Procter and Gamble
Philips Pidilite Philips Lighting
Philips Healthcare SAB Miller Titan
VIP Industries Whirlpool Akzonobel
Metro Cash and Carry Castrol Kimberly Clark

Infrastructure

IT & RS DMIDC Sterling and Wilson
SREI Infrastructure Finance Ltd L&T Metro Rail
Toyo Engineering India

Telecom

Idea VODAFONE

IT/ITES

Cognizant Accenture Wipro Technologies
Firstsource TCS Capgemini
Syntel Qualcomm Factset
CSC Wipro Consumer

Manufacturing

Hero Motocorp TATA Motors TVS Motors
Bajaj Auto HCCB Volkswagen India Pvt. Ltd.

Conglomerates

Mahindra ABG
Reliance Industries Trident

E-Commerce

Flipkart GroupOn

Others

eClerx Services Genpact Great Places to Work Littler Associates
ONGC GroupM Catenon Randstad
Vocom18 Maersk Line Leo Burnett

Career Assessment And Guidance

SCMHRD offers career assessment and guidance to students at the institute. This service typically involves meeting with a testing consultant to decide which career-related tests would be most appropriate. A return visit is required to complete the assessment, then, a follow-up session to discuss the test results. There are scoring and materials fees associated with each test.

SCMHRD uses two popular career and personality tests to help people explore their career interests and personality traits related to careers.

Strong Interest Inventory (SII)

The Strong Interest Inventory (SII) is one of the most widely used career tests available. It is used primarily as an aid in the exploration of occupational and academic interests. It does not examine abilities or skills.

The Strong Interest Inventory® assessment is one of the world’s most widely respected and frequently used career planning tools. It has helped both academic and business organizations develop the brightest talent and has guided thousands of individuals—from high school and college students to midcareer workers seeking a change—in their search for a rich and fulfilling career. The Strong Interest Inventory® enables career guidance conversations for students and working professionals. It has found use in corporate conversations when professionals are transitioning in their careers. It is used primarily as an aid in the exploration of occupational and academic interests. The SII does not examine your abilities and skills; it is an inventory of your interests. It can tell you something about the patterns of your interests and should be considered as an introduction to career exploration. The results may tell you, for example, that your interests are similar to those of engineers who are satisfied with their career choice. The results do not tell you, for example, whether you have an aptitude for the mathematics involved in this career. The SII will ask you to indicate your preference for a wide range of occupations, school subjects, activities, and types of people. It will take about 30 minutes to complete. This will be followed by a interpretation and counseling session.

Strong Interest Inventory (SII)

If you only take one test, this should be it. The SII is the leading career planning tool for those seeking career direction. You can take it online in about 30 minutes. Interpretation required.

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is a personality indicator that assesses four preferences of the way you interact with the world. This test can help you understand yourself as you interact and navigate in the world, including the world of work. The MBTI takes 30 to 40 minutes to complete.

The MBTI® offers individuals a unique 360-degree view of their personality types by exploring their natural choices regarding energy orientation, the ways in which they take in and process information, as well as how they relate to the outer world. The MBTI® personality inventory has a wide range of applications to enable growth and development within organizations. These include team building, conflict management, retention, leadership, career transitions and coaching.

The MBTI helps people explore where they like to focus their attention, the way they like to take in information, the way they like to decide, and the kind of lifestyle they adopt. The MBTI can facilitate your understanding of yourself as you interact and navigate your interpersonal life. The MBTI can also offer you insights as to the types of careers and work environments that may fit your preferences. This inventory does not assess your abilities or capabilities; but can offer you a point of departure for your personal and career exploration. There are no right or wrong answers to the inventory and each of these preferences is not considered "better or worse" than the others. The MBTI will take 30 to 40 minutes to complete. This will be followed by a counseling and interpretation session.

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)

When used along with the SII, the MBTI can be very beneficial in showing why and how we like to work. Like the SII, it takes about 30 minutes to complete online. Interpretation required.

You may write to careerguidance@scmhrd.edu to schedule a testing and know the current pricing.