Gurgaon, India (PressExposure) October 20, 2009 -- Aspiring minds has launched 2 modules in the mechanical engineering and applied mechanics space to help assess candidates for the automotive and engineering sectors. The mechanical engineering module is aimed to evaluate the subject matter understanding of Engineers studying in engineering colleges who specialize in mechanical engineering. Similarly the mechanical applied module is used to evaluate the learning of diploma holders from ITIs and polytechnics in their skills in mechanical engineering.
These modules are aimed at the growing manufacturing and industrial sector including car makers, auto ancillary units, consumer electronics, heavy engineering, etc. Aspiring minds' co founder Himanshu Aggarwal said, "We have been having regular demand from the industry and some of our corporate clients for expanding our assessment portfolio to including mechanical engineering. We have launched 2 modules targeted at different audiences. These modules will allow the industry to locate hidden core engineering talent across the nation and hire qualified engineers and diploma holders to build and maintain our industries." Aspiring Minds plans to continuously roll out more modules targeted to a variety of core industry verticals.
These modules are based on Aspiring Minds' state of the art computer adaptive assessment engine. The engine ensures a highly reliable, valid and leak proof assessment. For more information please visit http://www.aspiringminds.in