AMCAT Conducted at NIET Greater Noida

Delhi, India (PressExposure) September 25, 2009 -- NIET recently conducted AMCAT at its campus in Knowledge Park, Greater Noida for it’s B.Tech & MCA batch of 2010. AMCAT, a flagship product of Gurgaon based Aspiring Minds, is India’s largest test for Employment Assessment & till date has been used to assess more than 35,000 MBA, MCA & Engineering students in more than 12 states in India. In tradition with NIET’s philosophy to keep employing effective ways that add to the growth curve of a student, Dr. Babita Kataria, Training & Placement Officer at NIET stated “NIET has always strived to achieve continuous growth in all departments of it’s educational setup. AMCAT has provided us with the core value that helps us achieve our aim of providing every possible opportunity that will help our students grow.”

Aspiring Minds Co-Founder Varun Aggarwal said “Our partnership at NIET is based on the core proposition of bringing about stronger & more effective ways of assessing students to help them bring about self improvement for a successful career path. We are highly obliged by the fact that NIET has shown faith in us & given us the responsibility to add value to it’s educational setup.”

AMCAT is a computer based adaptive assessment in aptitude, skill and personality. These students get a 7-stroke feedback about their skills, strengths and weaknesses and detailed guidance on how to improve employability. AMCAT is recognized by many corporates as a measure of skill and AMCAT takers get job opportunities from these corporates regularly. 100s of students have got jobs through AMCAT.

For more information please visit http://www.aspiringminds.in

About Aspiring Minds Assessment Pvt. Ltd.

Aspiring Minds Assessment Pvt. Ltd. is an assessment technology pioneer in India, a full spectrum of assessments including Language, Aptitude, Skill and Personality assessment.

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Press Release Submitted On: September 25, 2009 at 4:34 am
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