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Aspiring Minds Launches New Modules in Life Sciences

Aspiring Minds added some new domain modules to its existing suite of assessments for Life Sciences.The modules focus on assessing a student on theoretical and practical aspects of design and development of new drugs for clinical purposes, different sources, working and formulation of medicines and its analysis.

  • Pharmaceutics- Drug Manufacture, Drug delivery, release and action, Pharmacy know how
  • Pharmacology- Basic pharmacology and therapeutics, Drug action on nervous system and endocrine glands, Drug action on circulatory system and GI tract
  • Pharmaceutical Analysis- Chromatography and electrochemistry, Titration, Other analytical techniques

These standardized assessment modules can help you evaluate talent for multiple job profiles in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industry. Both undergraduate as well post-graduate students pursuing a degree in Biotechnology, Life Sciences, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and other related disciplines can be assessed.

A combination of these domain modules along with assessments on Cognitive Skills and Personality can be a potent selection tool which is able to predict strong candidates. Basis the evaluation of various competencies required for success in particular roles, AMCAT Life Sciences produces a comprehensive report predicting role fitment of the candidate to specific jobs. For more details on our existing suite of modules on Life Science click here.

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