AMCAT Conducted at NIT Surat

Delhi, India (PressExposure) September 16, 2009 -- Aspiring Minds’ has added another feather to it’s cap by conducting it’s flagship test AMCAT at the National Institute of Technology Surat. Students from all branches of engineering participated in the computer based assessments. Recently Aspiring Minds’ had conducted the AMCAT at NIT Jaipur, NIT Jalandhar, NIT Allahabad, and others. AMCAT can boast to have the top talent in the country assessed and available for hiring from anywhere in the country. Computer adaptive test AMACT is a student skill assessment application which has been widely accepted across corporates for their hiring needs at fresher profiles. Till date, the test has been used to assess more than 35,000 MBA, MCA & Engineering students in more than 12 states in India.

Aspiring Minds Co-Founder Himanshu Aggarwal said “AMCAT is providing companies access to the best talent in the country. Our coverage of the NITs and other premier institutions ensures that big and small companies can hire top engineers in a consistent and scalable manner. Our association with NIT Surat aims to benefit both NIT & Aspiring Minds through the platform that we intend to provide these students while at the same time availing the opportunity to assess some of the brightest talent in the country through our test.”

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.

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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. Aspiring Minds' assessments are based on proprietary algorithms for computer based adaptive, standardized and reliable assessments.

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Press Release Submitted On: September 16, 2009 at 6:01 am
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