Launch of Skill based Assessment for Recruitment Process - Corporate Recruitment Test (CRT)
The recruitment industry has a huge scope in the expanding Indian economy. But the challenge is how to find the right candidate? What is more important for getting hired? Is it knowledge or skill or certificate?Sai krishna Vyas
The recruitment industry has a huge scope in the expanding Indian economy. But the challenge is how to find the right candidate?What is more important for getting hired? Is it knowledge or skill or certificate?The answer is definitely the job skill combined with the subject knowledge.
Unfortunately our education system assesses every candidate on their theoretical knowledge and certify them as graduates or post graduates. But there is no assessment made to any candidate in terms of job skill. Due to this candidates securing 90% marks in academics may not perform well in jobs or even sometimes may not possess right skills required for the performance in corporate world.
During the screening process recruiters' challenge is to identify the key skills required for the job and accordingly scrutinize the candidates. This involves lot of resources (time, money etc) to be invested by the corporate to find the appropriate candidate.
CRT (Corporate Recruitment Test) pitches in as a solution for this problem. CRT identified 9 key skills that every recruiter tries to identify in candidates during selection process. They are
2. Theoretical skills
3. Application skills
4. Reading skills
5. Writing skills
6. Listening skills
7. Communication skills
8. Technical knowledge
9. Interpersonal skills
Recruiters can find the details of the candidates who have undergone CRT on www.corporaterecruitmenttest.com. Recruiters can sort the candidates based on their skill scores and can send a message to the candidate instantly.
Experts from the industry shared their opinion that CRT is the process that refines and simplifies the work of the recruiters.
Currently CRT is open for B.Com, BBA/BBM, MBA, M.Com, B.Tech/BE, M.Tech/M.E graduates.