Students Make MAST at Biz Meet

Published: 12th April 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 12th April 2015 04:06 AM   |  A+A-

VIJAYAWADA:Around 400 management students from all over the state competed in different contests at the state-level B-schools meet called Management Aptitude and Skills Test (MAST) organised by KBN College PG Centre here Saturday.

In ‘Prasnottara’ (business quiz), participants displayed their knowledge of various aspects of business management while showcasing their strategic planning skills in ‘Srujanaspada’ (market-makers). In ‘Savyasachi’ (young managers), participants showed glimpses of the managers in the making and showed how the stock market runs in ‘Caturashtra’(stock game).  The ‘Treasure hunt’ brought out the talents of the participants in problem-solving.

In the evening, it was time for cultural activities and the participants exhibited their dancing skills, both classical and modern and Su-Umaya, a fashion walk on the ramp marked the end of the day-long event.

Earlier in the day, inaugurating the event, G Venkateswara Rao, chief operating officer of KCP Limited, Vuyyuru, stressed the need for a strong foundation in student days. He said discipline and hard work were the two important qualities that every student, aspiring to make it big in the world should posses.

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