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ITTL: India Tech Talent League’23 across 4 cities begins Oct 12


Talent is everywhere but opportunities are not. Many startups seek to level the opportunity landscape by creating equal opportunities for all. MyAnatomy, an AI-driven startup that is creating a talent ecosystem, is now taking talent networking to the next level by organizing the ITTL: India Tech Talent League ’23 across four cities. The theme of the conference is TALENT – TECHNOLOGY – TRANSFORMATION.

 ITTL is a conference that seeks to reshape talent management and the future of work. It will have several presentations, panel discussions, roundtables, awards & recognition. The four-city event will kick off from Hyderabad on October 12 and then will be held on November 2 in Bangalore, on November 22 in Pune, and on December 2 in Delhi. The registration can be done at  https://myanatomy.ai/events/ITTL-2023

MyAnatomy which is spearheading the event was founded by Chinmay Kumar Das in 2018. Chinmay comes with 15 years of experience in the field of technical recruiting and product marketing.

‘MyAnatomy is SaaS-based platform majorly focused on competency assessment…..The competency assessment identifies the skills of each and every potential candidate, and the skill competency mapping helps in identifying the best of the best candidates. irrespective of which institutions they studied or which region they hail from. We thus seek to be an equal opportunity platform’, says Dash.

   MyAnatomy created a talent marketplace, getting all the users/ stakeholders in one place, starting from the companies who create a demand for talent, and the source and supply who creates the candidate or the potential candidate source by skilling them, upskilling them, making them graduate in various graduated areas industry related requirements. The startup has successfully connected hundreds of colleges and thousands of students to potential employers through its unique outreach program says Dash.

‘We have one unique outreach platform which connects to 3000 plus colleges and universities with 5 million users to come and change their skill or strength by a standardized, NCT or national

competency employability test which is completely free of cost for all the students and all the colleges, and their profile is visible based on their potential and domain competency and there is a competency analysis of all the skills’, says Dash.

For ITTL, we are calling all the university chancellors, vice-chancellors, and leaders, along with all the campus hiring leaders, technology leaders, CEOs, and CXOs, to come and explore and ponder who we can empower our education and employability in the era of AI information, said Dash.

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