Aptitude Test is one of the most important sections in several competitive exams, entrance exams, and campus placements.
Nowadays, recruiters are increasingly relying on aptitude tests apart from other stages of selection process such as group discussion and personal interview.Moreover, top companies hiring fresh engineering students test candidates on their reasoning ability with the help of multiple choice questions and answers.
An aptitude test is designed to test a candidate’s knowledge and competency.
A comprehensive assessment test covers questions on different topics such as subject-related, data interpretation, logical reasoning, verbal reasoning, etc. You should practice different types of questions as you can encounter with any one of them.
Therefore, DIPEX have curated some samples of questions and answers for engineering students that will help you for sevaral competitive & entrance exams.
NOTE: Students who register for Engineering Aptitude Test can appear for it at any place of their convenience, on their own laptop/desktop/tablet/mobile at any time, 24 hours (ending the exam at 12 midnight) of the exam date.
Who Can Apply:
BE / BTech. / B.Sc. / BCA / MCA / M.Sc. or any UG, PG students & Job aspirants
DIPEX is a platform where students get an opportunity to exhibit their working project model to society. It is not only showcasing their innovative concepts but also get to interact with renowned industrialists, academicians and the entire cross-sections of the society.
DIPEX started in the year 1986, is a State level exhibition cum competition of the working models prepared by the students of Diploma, Degree, PG in Engineering as well as Agriculture in the State of Maharashtra and Goa. Now a day, DIPEX has become a unique platform of Industry-Institute-Society Interaction.
Here are some salient features of DIPEX :
1. Identifying a real-life problem faced by the country and applying technical inputs to solve them.
2. Increasing problem-solving capabilities of engineering students.
3. Promoting creativity & total innovativeness among students.
4. Developing manufacturing skills, zero defects concepts in making their projects.
5. Creating awareness about commercial applicability and feasibility of the working models.