Aspiring Minds

AMCAT™ is the world’s most widely-used employability test and the only standardized test designed for job matching. AMCAT™ is a proven, scientific, comprehensive solution that uses patent-pending technology to help companies dramatically improve their hiring while enabling job seekers to evaluate and certify their skills and find appropriate career opportunities. More than 2 million candidates have taken the cloud-based, data-driven test, resulting in more than 200,000 job matches and awarding of millions of credentials.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
Gurgaon, IN
Founded
2008
Size (employees)
772 (est)+4%
Aspiring Minds was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in Gurgaon, IN

Aspiring Minds Office Locations

Aspiring Minds has an office in Gurgaon
Gurgaon, IN (HQ)
323 Udyog Vihar II Rd

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Founding Date

2008

Time since last funding

almost 6 years

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India’s worst engineers come from the city that sends the most STEM students to the US

Hyderabad, the southern Indian city that sends the largest number of STEM students to the US, is home to India’s worst techies, a study has…

Fewer than 5% of engineers trained in India are cut out for high-skill programming jobs

When considering Indian engineering talent, quantity trumps quality. Indian universities may be churning out the world’s largest engineering population, but the graduates’ skills levels aren’t…

Startups are making the rejection letter a thing of the past

 It seems clear that job rejections are headed for the nostalgia pile, alongside Pop Rocks, big hair, Fanta and hockey fights. Before too long, we’ll look back on the era of rejection letters as “the good old days.” Read More

LinkedIn launches LinkedIn Lite, opens Placements service for students in India

Tech companies are increasingly realizing that if they want to make their services more accessible to Indians, they need to adapt to India's slow internet speeds. After Facebook, Google and Twitter, LinkedIn is the latest to launch a "Lite" version of its service, specifically for India. SEE ALS…

LinkedIn courts users in India with LinkedIn Lite, online job placement tests, business tools

 As LinkedIn continues to wait for the close of its $26.2 billion acquisition by Microsoft, it continues to build out its business, with the latest developments on the international front. Last week, LinkedIn announced that it had hit 100 million users in Asia Pacific (around one-quarter of its tota…

LinkedIn’s new service lets students in India land tech jobs with a single test

In an effort to make it easier for young job seekers in India to find work, LinkedIn now allows candidates to apply for a range of positions with a single online standardized test that they can take through its Placements program. The assessment test will help people qualify for more than 1,000 open…

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