Skills API and Web plugins
for HR and Recruitment applications

1. Skills are clustered into logical groups.

2. Associated to more than one node in the skills Ontology.

3. Skills are drilled down to finer details.

4. Skills Ontology updation is a continuous process.


Experience the IYS Skills Profiler

(Just Pick, Tick and Rate your Skills)

  • Coverage of Skills in
    IYS Skills Ontology
  • Unique Skills
  • Skills Group
  • Skills Strings
  • Associations

Skills API

The Skills API do not come with an interface. The developer can integrate the API in their applications to search for skills, get related skills and get related categories. The developers can build their own interface for the users to access the APIs.


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Skills Plugins

Skills Search Plugin

The Skills Search Plugin gives access to the skills in the Skills Ontology along with an intuitive interface. This plugin lets users search for skills and add them one by one on selecting the suggestions. The selected skills can be mapped to jobs and individuals.

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Skills Profiler Plugin

The Skills Profiler Plugin is an intuitive interface for mapping skills to jobs and individuals. This plugin is also powered by our Skills Ontology. The users search for skills, get related skills and get related categories. This helps the users to easily navigate through the plugin and add skills in a few clicks. The users can also rate the proficiency of each skill.

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  • Constantly updated

    The skills landscape keeps changing - IYS tracks new skills that keep emerging and continuously add them to the Skills Ontology

  • Classified

    The skills are well classified in different areas so that a meaningful and complete presentation on one’s skills is possible

  • Contextual Reference

    The Skills Search function allows one to understand in what context a particular skill is being referred to

  • Universal Scale

    While rating proficiencies in skills, either a four point scale or a binary selection is used, while the legends for the scales may vary