Automated application processing
ESHITA SHARMA KESHAV GUPTA LUBAINA MACHINEWALA SAMAKSH DHINGRA SHREY TRIPATHI V S SHREYAS SUJIT KUMAR CHAKRABARTI
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Recruitment in large organisations often involves interviewing a large number of candidates. The process is resource intensive and complex. Therefore, it is important to carry it out efficiently and effectively. Planning the selection process consists of several problems, each of which maps to one or the other well-knowncomputing problem. Research that looks at each of these problems in isolation is rich and mature. However, research that takes an integrated view of the problem is not common. In this paper, we take two of the most important aspects of the application processing problem, namely review/interview panel creation and interview scheduling. We have implemented our approach as a prototype system and have used it to automatically plan the interview process of a real-life data set. Our system provides a distinctly better plan than the existing practice,which is predominantly manual. We have explored various algorithmic options and have customised them to solve these panel creation and interview scheduling problems. We have evaluated these design options experimentallyon a real data set and have presented our observations. Our prototype and experimental process and results may be a very good starting point for a full-fledged development project for automating application processing process.
ESHITA SHARMA1 KESHAV GUPTA1 LUBAINA MACHINEWALA1 SAMAKSH DHINGRA1 SHREY TRIPATHI1 V S SHREYAS1 SUJIT KUMAR CHAKRABARTI1
Volume 48, 2023
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