Case Studies

Location - India

India’s leading banking & financial services company chooses Aspiring Minds to identify top talent for its first-ever Future Bankers program

Aspiring Minds has been client’s exclusive and trusted partner for HR recruitment for more than three years. Our unrivaled suite of assessments and recruitment automation experience made us the natural choice to run the Future Bankers program…

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India’s largest automobile manufacturer automated its hiring, attracting better talent with 2X increase in reach

Discover how the most popular car manufacturer brand recruited highly qualified candidates with the help of Aspiring Minds’ role-specific assessments powered with automated proctoring technology…

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World’s largest global aerospace manufacturer partners with Aspiring Minds to select participants for the inaugural accelerated AME apprenticeship program

Aspiring Minds’ end-to-end assessment solutions allowed American multinational corporation, and the Ministry of Civil Aviation to launch and execute their first-ever skilled apprenticeship program. Under the aegis of the Ministry of Civil Aviation, and client came together to set up a skills development program for promising engineers in the field of aviation maintenance (AME).

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Custom job-simulation test implemented at breakneck speed!

A leading professional services organization faced challenges trying to recruit for a difficult job — Content Moderator. Candidates for these roles must be highly qualified to process large volumes of content across digital channels and moderate inappropriate or

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A leading professional services company reduces time-to-hire by 60% by completely automating their candidate evaluation process.

A leading business-process services company with 400+ clients representing industry leaders worldwide was looking to automate their hiring process. They needed a more efficient way to evaluate customer service candidates and identify top performers.

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Leading global IT giant transforms entry level hiring with a scalable talent assessment solution and sees 10x increase in reach

A leading global IT, consulting and business process services company had a vision – to find the best talent in all the university campuses across India. The goal was to disrupt the conventional recruiting process and democratize the process. To achieve that goal, it needed a pan-India platform.

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India’s largest insurance company witnesses 47% increase in hiring top sales performers with situational judgement tests

A large insurance company desperately needed to revamp its expensive and ineffective approach to hiring salespeople. The existing process consisted of time-consuming and expensive on-premise interviews, supplemented with one-size-fits-all behavioral assessments.

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Multinational consulting giant saves 1000s of recruiting hours with AI powered talent assessments

A global leader in consulting, technology, professional and outsourcing services hires over 20,000 candidates worldwide every year to keep pace with the ever-evolving technology landscape and dynamic customer needs.

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AI-powered SVAR helps scientifically gauge impact of English training program.

Millennials in India have a serious challenge ahead of them. There is a major skills gap that makes employability difficult–the biggest of which is poor English language skills. To address this critical lack of English-speaking skills, one the world’s leading philanthropic foundations (the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation) initiated a specific study–The English Training Impact Study– to

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AI-Powered Video Interviewing Helps Scale Axis Bank Young Bankers Program

Axis Bank, the third-largest private bank in India with more than 3,700 branches and 120,000 ATMs, offers respected, highly competitive program for rising stars in the banking industry. The Axis Bank Young Bankers Program (ABYBP) is a one-year residential program that attracts more than 20,000 candidates a year across 33 cities.

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