Star­tups of­fer au­to­mated psy­che...

The DQWeek (Chennai) - - C L A S S I F I E D / NEWS -

"For sure many of the tests in­volved in study­ing a be­hav­ior of a per­son can be con­ducted in bulk and can be an­a­lyzed. How­ever, only clin­i­cal psy­chol­o­gists pos­sess the skill set needed to an­a­lyze the data prop­erly . If some per­son, who is not prop­erly trained con­ducts these tests, it will be a mere for­mal­ity and will be com­plete waste of money ," said Rad­hika Acharya, a clin­i­cal psy­chol­o­gist adding that con­duct­ing psy­cho­me­t­ric tests will def­i­nitely bring down in­ci­dents of cor­po­ral pun­ish­ment in the schools will know what kind of per­son they are re­cruit­ing.

The schools, on the other hand, said that more than on teach­ers these tests and po­lice ver­i­fi­ca­tion are im­por­tant for sub-staff as they are the ones who are not vig­or­ously in­ter­viewed while re­cruit­ing.

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