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.

Hindustan Times Shine: Employability Test Launched

Hindustan Times Shine featured Aspiring Minds’ AMCAT on 18th August'09 and says that it helps corporates to find the right talent from across the country.

Lokvani: In Conversation With Varun Aggarwal

Lokvani featured an article on 13th May showing conversation with Aspiring Minds’ Varun Aggarwal

Aspiring Minds’ AMCAT is now India’s largest Employability Test

Aspiring Minds launched India’s first employability test, AMCAT (Aspiring Minds Computer Adaptive Test) for helping corporate find the ‘right’ talent from across the country in an inclusive and scalable manner. This nation-wide assessment test provides statistically-valid multi-dimensional skill assessment to judge the employment suitability...

AMCAT conducted at multiple NITs

Aspiring Minds' flagship assessment AMCAT has been conducted at multiple NITs through out the country. Over 2000 students across multiple NITs (National Institute of Technology) formerly RECs (Regional Engineering Colleges) have been assessed on a 3 hour AMCAT test in 5 different modules. Aspiring Minds will be helping the students ...

SMEs recruit in downturn, need for innovative models

Whereas all large IT companies have stopped their campus hiring, small-medium sized enterprises still continue to hire engineering, MBA and MCA students. These companies give interesting opportunities to students to get involved in product development, product design and client interaction...

Aspiring Minds launches AMPI - India’s first personality assessment

Aspiring Minds Personality Inventory (AMPI) is the latest feather in the cap of Aspiring Minds’ path breaking, superior and scientific assessment products and solutions. Having pioneered computer adaptive assessment with AMCAT in 2008, Aspiring Minds AMPI is India’s first personality inventory designed for entry level positions in India ...

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Business Standard echoes the Aspiring Minds' study on employability

May 21, 2011: Kalpana Pathak in her recent article in the Business Standard talks about companies complaining that the stock churned out by most business schools is unemployable. She quotes from the study published last year by Aspiring Minds which showed that employability of engineering graduates was as low as...

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