Management Aptitude and Skills Test (MAST)
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Management Aptitude and Skills Test (MAST) : Introduction

  
  
  
  
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Management Aptitude and Skills Test (MAST) is organised by All India Management Association (AIMA) for the graduates who are aspiring for the management courses. MAST is a computer based test which evaluates the basic skills required to become an effective manager and to become successful in corporate world. The objective of MAST is to identify potential managers who are capable of making a difference in the management of the organisation and create path that is good not only for them, but also for the society. MAST will be conducted for the first time on 20th February 2011 in major cities across India.

MAST would be beneficial for both the students and the recruiters. Through the test, the students will understand their requisite managerial skill set. It also evaluate their employability skills, support them in making right career choice and also reaching out to the recruiters at pan India level. 

Leading organisations recruit suitable candidates from across the B Schools which is a huge challenge in terms of time and money. Management Aptitude and Skills Test is designed in a special way, keeping the current industry trends and practices which would assist the recruitment process more smooth and efficient. Though the MAST, the corporate can gain the best for hiring of young fresh management talents. Deloitte, Dabur, Metlife India, Idea Cellular, Camlin Ltd., Alembic Ltd., HLL, Pfizer, Parle, PWC India, Mcafee, Nokia, Lenovo, JM Financial, Reliance Industries, Suzlon and TATA Communications are some of the major recruiters, who are willing to avail the services of MAST.



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