AMCAT, India’s largest employment assessment test from Aspiring Minds, was recently conducted at Rukmani Devi Institute of Advanced Studies(RDIAS), Delhi and at Tecnia Institute of Advanced Studies, Delhi.
Online PR News – 11-September-2009 – – AMCAT, India’s largest employment assessment test from Aspiring Minds, was recently conducted at Rukmani Devi Institute of Advanced Studies(RDIAS), Delhi and at Tecnia Institute of Advanced Studies, Delhi. The test was conducted for RDIAS’ and Tecnia’s entire MCA batch of 2010 at their respective campus. AMCAT has now been conducted at over 250 campuses across 12 states in India & has witnessed a growing acceptance across corporates & institutes of higher education.
Aspiring Minds Co-Founder Himanshu Agarwal stated “AMCAT’s growing acceptance in corporates has been due to it’s core structure which assesses a student on his aptitude, skill and personality. Institutes like RDIAS and Tecnia are highly committed to invest in methodologies that assist them in improving the career prospects of their students which has been the corner stone of our relationship with them.”
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Aspiring Minds Assessment Pvt. Ltd. is an assessment technology pioneer in India, a full spectrum of assessments including Language, Aptitude, Skill and Personality assessment. Aspiring Minds’ assessments are based on proprietary algorithms for computer based adaptive, standardized and reliable assessments. Aspiring Minds helps companies identify talent across the Nation, shortlist & hire. It provides a methodology to search candidates qualified for a particular job profile across the country at the press of a key by using innovative filters on multi-dimensional skill analysis of a large pool of candidates. Aspiring Minds’ conducts AMCAT – India’s Largest Employability Test. Aspiring Minds Account Managers work closely with Corporate to map their needs to various assessment parameters and help pick the right set of people to interview. Companies have seen their interview to hire convert rates shoot up dramatically (four to eight fold increase) on using AMCAT as a short listing criteria. For more information please visit www.aspiringminds.in