The recently-declared Management Aptitude Test (MAT) had a student scoring 800 marks out of 800 i.e. 100%. This brilliant student is Ankit Kumar, a 23-year old final semester student of the 5-year B.Tech -M.Tech course in Mechanical Engineering at Gautam Buddha University in Greater Noida.
The MAT exams are conducted once every three months by All India Management Association (AIMA) for admission to MBA colleges in India. Ankit had earlier appeared for the Common Aptitude Test (CAT) but was not satisfied with his results.
Ankit is the son of Vinod Gupta, who is a producer at IGNOU’s electronic media centre in Delhi while his mother, Nitu Gupta is a homemaker. He completed his schooling from New Green Field School, Saket and scored 85.2% and 87% in his Xth & XIIth exams respectively.
Having scored the maximum, Ankit is being chased by the top Management institutes from all over India and is being offered a seat in their respective colleges. Ankit has set his heart on pursuing management with finance and operations as specializations. Out of the large number of management colleges in India, Ankit is keen to complete his MBA from top institutes like Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies (JBIMS) and Sydenham Institute of Management Studies.
Ankit is an inspiration for his fellow students at the Gautam Buddha University (GBU) and the GBU Vice-Chancellor, J P Sharma is proud of this amazing achievement by a student of their faculty. Ankit has also benefitted a lot from a lecture series started by the GBU where eminent people from various fields come and share their experiences with their students.
By scoring 800 out of 800 marks in the MAT, Ankit has set really high standards for himself and is sure to make a mark for himself in the future.
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