AMCAT's success in helping graduates evaluate their employability and form a connect to prospective job opportunities has allowed it to scale strongly in the graduate student community. Partnering with leading universities in India, AMCAT has enabled employability assessments for science, commerce and arts graduates.
AMCAT for Graduates evaluates engineers on their communication, aptitude, personality and a variety of subjects and domain skills. A sophisticated employability assessment product, AMCAT for Graduates is conducted over computers at various colleges and centers across the country. Apart from the language and aptitude assessments, it contains a sophisticated personality inventory (AMPI) which scientifically determines the dominant personality traits in individuals. It also contains specialized domain modules for accounting, chemistry, typing, etc.
The seven stroke feedback® allows graduates to understand the key challenges to effective employment and objectively guide them to possible ways to improve the same.
AMCAT has been conducted at leading universities and colleges across the country for tens of thousands of graduates. The test reaches to remote states and small towns giving equal access to candidates in obscure parts of the country.
The test is computer based and is delivered by Aspiring Minds proctors in college labs across the country giving candidates a hassle free and convenient experience.
AMCAT provides graduates detailed input on their employability for entry level jobs in banking, insurance, financial services, information technology, KPOs, BPOs, etc. The scientific personality evaluation helps candidates choose the right career keeping in mind their strengths. The diagnostics and job match allow the candidates to identify their weaknesses and plan the appropriate trainings to improve their employability in the above sectors.
In absence of standard parameters for comparison, companies today rely on proxy parameters like college scores, class XII scores, college name, college city, home city and many such other factors that in reality have no or very low correlation with a candidate's actual potential. Read more