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The Employability of Indian Eengineers Continues to be Low

March 20, 2019


The employability of Indian engineers continues to be low as over 80 per cent of them are unemployable for any job in the knowledge economy, says a report. According to a report by employability assessment company Aspiring Minds…

Engineering Graduates Lack Research Awareness

January 29, 2018


Engineering students in India have poor awareness about research in their field and they don’t get enough guidance to build careers in research, according to a study which has revealed that less than three in 10 top…

Wall Street Journal Covers Aspiring Minds Research on Situational Judgment Tests

October 4, 2016


It’s easy to assume that star employees are the ones who can pick the best course of action when confronted with a business problem. But new research suggests there is a better predictor of performance: a person’s ability to identify…

Himanshu Writes for Fast Company on the Job Paradox in US

May 13, 2015


Yesterday’s jobs report is more than a report card on the economy. It is a telling reminder of a big problem: the growing gap between the demand for workers and the supply of people looking for work…

The Economist Endorses Aspiring Minds National Employability Report

September 29, 2012


CLIP ON A harness, lift your legs and hurtle down a wire towards the sharp corners of a 15th-century Rajasthani fort. As you whizz, you might have a few niggling doubts. Was the zip-wire serviced by someone who knew what he was doing?..

Aspiring Minds in Forbes India

May 29, 2010


For quite some time now, the world has stayed focused on the potential of emerging markets. Over the last couple of years, my interest, both as an academic and an entrepreneur, has been around the subset of this galvanizing story, the more disenfranchised in emerging countries.

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