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Why should you now start planning for 2020 batch?

It’s the beginning of 2019 and you’re probably wondering why you should be thinking of your 2020 recruitment plan. Well, the advancement in technology and software has changed the recruitment process over the years and these changes are only going to be more revolutionary in the coming years for those of you working in the […]

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How to shortlist students in recruitment drive?

Companies have commenced their campus recruitment drives for 2019 and are in the process of hiring students who fared well in their assessments and interviews. As a hiring company, in a campus recruitment drive, you will meet students from different educational backgrounds and it would be difficult to identify the ones that suit your job […]

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The changing recruitment trends for 2019

If you want to get ahead of your competition and meet your recruitment numbers on time it’s crucial for you to know what’s trending in the recruitment world. Becoming stagnant, even in your talent acquisition strategy can be dangerous for your company. If you do not want to lose your ability to gain fresh talent […]

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Have you met your 2019 recruitment numbers?

The biggest challenge in recruitment today is not finding the right talent but getting to them on time. With low unemployment rate, recruitment stats state that talented candidates are the real kings and all power lies in their hand. It’s January 2019, and with the race to win fresh talent fast, most companies have already […]

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Custom Assessments vs Standard Assessments

Custom vs. Standard Assessment Tests for Campus Recruitment Drive Campus recruitment drives require good assessment tests to evaluate the subject understanding and thinking ability of the students who sit for them. Assessment tests are the means by which average performers get filtered out, and only those with sound knowledge and good problem-solving ability go forward […]

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Should the interview feedback be recorded?

Importance of Interview Feedback and Why It Should Be Recorded One of the most important segments of your campus recruitment drive is the interview round. Very few candidates advance this far since most of them get filtered out in the preliminary rounds, and only the best ones get retained. The interview is a platform for […]

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Is applying a fixed 10th, 12th & College Marks cut off across all campuses the right way?

Is applying a fixed cut off percentage across all campuses the right way to go? Most companies these days have a cut off percentage which makes a student eligible to apply for a position in their company. Today we’re going to address this strategy and find out if this is the right approach all companies […]

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Why you’re not seeing qualified or potential candidates?

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Unable to find the right candidates? Here’s Why A company’s talent acquisition team shoulders the responsibility of screening and shortlisting the best colleges for onboarding the top-performing students in them for a particular job profile through campus recruitment. In this process, the team goes through numerous college profiles and selects those that showcase a high […]

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Benefits of data-driven recruitment

Benefits of data-driven recruitment Before we get into the benefits of data-driven recruitment, let us first look at what it is. Data-driven recruitment is a method of recruitment that demonstrates how the decision to recruit a particular individual is taken based on data derived and analyzed from past recruitment strategies. Data-driven recruitments will require a […]

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Pros and Cons of Objective Tests vs Subjective Tests

Pros and Cons of Objective Tests and Subjective Tests Assessment tests are the preliminary and fundamental method of evaluating students’ mental ability, problem-solving skills, technical knowledge, etc., and is the best way of filtering out the average performers to shortlist the others for further rounds. These tests help recruiters understand how talented and skilful students […]

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