KBN College’s Management Students’ Meet Tomorrow

Kakaraparthi Bhavanarayana (KBN) College will organise a state-level management students annual meet, Management Aptitude and Skill Test (MAST-2014), on July 19.

Published: 18th July 2014 07:39 AM  |   Last Updated: 18th July 2014 07:39 AM   |  A+A-

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VIJAYAWADA: Kakaraparthi Bhavanarayana (KBN) College will organise a state-level management students annual meet, Management Aptitude and Skill Test (MAST-2014), on July 19.

PG centre director Y Narasimha Rao told newsmen here that for the past eight years the MBA department had been organising the state-level competition for the management students and worked for the promotion of the managerial talents among the students.

“To kindle the analytical skills, we are conducting four main competitions — young manager, market makers, business queen and stock game — in this meet,” he added.

Secretary and correspondent S Rajith Kumar said that these competitions would help students, who aspire to become managers, gain knowledge about the latest developments and trends in the business field.

“The MBA students can enrol their names at the college campus before 9.30 am on July 19, with a registration fee of `50. We are expecting more than 1,000 students from both AP and Telangana,” he added.

KBN College principal P Krishna Murthy, vice-principal V Narayana Rao, PG courses director KR Satyanarayana and senior faculty were present at the meet.

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