We are thankful to the national and international media who have regularly recognized and supported Aspiring Minds efforts towards employability and efforts to create a level playing field for all.

Aspiring Minds assesses street food vendors under PMKVY scheme: Times of India

New Delhi, February 22, 2016: Times of India reports on the skill certification initiative by NSDC, Tourism and Hospitality Sector Skill Council and FSSAI.

Varun Aggarwal discusses the unemployability problem of Indian engineers with Business Today

New Delhi, February 22, 2016: Most engineering graduates in India lack basic numerical, logical and communication skills, which impacts their employability.

Aspiring Minds' start-up hiring study reveals increase in non-technical led roles: Hindu Business Line

New Delhi, February 18, 2016: As much as 47% of the entry level hiring in start-ups ​is ​comprised of non-technical professionals​,​ reveals a recent study on start-up hiring trends by Aspiring Minds. 

Aspiring Minds and Business Insider survey reveals real challenges faced by job seekers in the country

New Delhi, 11th February, 2016: Even as 80% students know where to look for jobs, more than 64% students say they do not get interview calls relevant to their capabilities reveals a survey by Aspiring Minds and Business Insider.

Himanshu writes for Business Insider India on the complexities of finding the first job

New Delhi, 9th February, 2016: The growing gap between demand for workers and supply of jobseekers is a paradox seen across the world today and is more complex in entry level hiring.

Aspiring Minds​' journey so far gets featured in Smart CEO magazine

New Delhi, 8th February, 2016: In conversation with Himanshu Aggarwal, Smart CEO captures the successful journey of Aspiring Minds from 2011 to present.

Less than 4% of engineering graduates qualify for a start-up technology role - ET

New Delhi, 2nd February, 2016: The Economic Times carries an in-depth feature on Aspiring Minds' National Employability Report which reveal less than 4% of engineering graduates qualify for a start-up technology role.

Varun Speaks to CNBC Awaaz on the National Employability Report 2015

New Delhi, 26th January, 2016: In a detailed interview with CNBC Awaaz, Varun Aggarwal shares his thoughts on the National Employability Report 2015.

​No significant improvement in employability of Indian graduates - The Times of India

New Delhi, 25th January, 2016: The Times of India covers Aspiring Minds National Employability Report 2015, across its editions, highlighting the low employability figures of engineering students in the country. 

Aspiring Minds National Employability Report - Engineers 2015 reveals need for quality over capacity building - Hindustan Times

New Delhi, 25th January, 2016: The findings of the National Employabillity Report 2015 serve as a debate across the country.

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