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Campusyogi.com introduces online campus recruitment service

21-December-2007
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Campusyogi.com introduces online campus recruitment service

Campusyogi.com, a website aiding students in finding employment, was launched on December 4. The website helps students send their profiles for campus recruitment and interact with corporates. The enables companies to save a lot on time as well as financial resources while recruiting talent.

“With more than 7,000 students registered in just one week, we have nearly 500 registrations taking place every day across India. This has happened just by word-of-mouth. Some of the students have even secured jobs with corporates like TCS and Infosys,” informed Naveen Varshneya, Founder and CEO, Campusyogi.com.

The website has also been successful in tying up with 40-45 corporate houses in the last two weeks, and has also partnered with 12 HR consultancy companies. The site connects these HR consulting companies directly to students.

“There is a lot of time, money and energy spent in campus recruitments. The site would help the companies with multi-user licences to work at their convenience to recruit talents. We also have detailed Test Centres, wherein students can take mock tests for different examinations. Companies can also put in their test papers for campus recruitment for personality and aptitude tests required in campus recruitment,” explained Varshneya.

The Test Centre of the website is a powerful feature, where students can go through tests and know their results right away on personality type, soft skills, aptitude and technical competency, and based on that, they can interact with the right kind of mentor, either with the Campusyogi panel or corporates who have signed on with Campusyogi.

The website would immensely help all those colleges located in far flung areas. Moreover, several small- and mid-sized companies do not get a chance to present themselves before students, thus creating a huge gap and digital divide. For instance, if it is an emerging company doing innovative work, it has no chance to attract talent from the IITs and IIMs. “Almost every corporate that we have contacted so far asks us if we can carry out the entire process of campus recruitment – right from shortlisting of students to assessments. This is where we are partnering with HR consultants to help the corporates,” Varshneya said.

The website is promoted by Mobile Mantra, which is headquartered in San Francisco, with offices in Switzerland and India.

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