Aspiring Minds Research is pleased to announce that it will be co-organizing this year’s data challenge at CODS 2016, the annual top-tier conference on machine learning and data science organized by the Indian chapter of KDD.
Undergraduates – performance and salaries
This year, we wanted data science enthusiasts to get a flavor of the kind of data we have and work on. We have released AMEO 2015 – a dataset on Aspiring Minds’ Employability Outcomes. which captures the academic and demographic information of engineering undergraduates giving AMCAT, Aspiring Minds’ battery of standardized assessments. What makes this dataset unique and rich is that it also has employment outcomes (annual salaries of students’ first jobs) along with standardized test scores.
The answers to a lot of interesting questions possible lie in this dataset –
- Can we predict the salaries a particular undergraduate would get on graduating?
- Is the recruitment industry meritocratic – Do people with higher skills get paid higher? Or are there biases which don’t allow for these?
- How important are English skills in getting a job?
and many more!
Participate and spread the word – 1000 USD cash prizes!
Interested in finding out the answers to these questions?
Take a stab at the data right away by downloading it from the contest website (mentioned below).
Get started right away and help spread the word and!
1000 USD cash prizes to those with the best submissions!