Aspiring Minds Computer Adaptive Test (AMCAT), the country's first employability test will be held in Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and Chennai on 9th and 10th of this month.
Graduate from BA, BCom, BSc, BBA, BCA, BHM or any other equivalent graduate course (non-engineering) can appear for the test and get a seven stroke report on their employability skills.
Students can register themselves at www.myamcat.com/graduates.am. Last date for registration is Thursday.
Each assessed student would receive AMCAT's Seven-Stroke Employability feedback - a detailed personalised report - that helps students understand their areas of strength and weakness and provide focussed feedback on core skills and improvement areas enabling them to increase their Employability Quotient and thus, secure a good job.
AMCAT was held selectively in colleges across India since 2008. Several companies use AMCAT scores as a benchmark to shortlist and select students before the interview process.