Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), the US-headquartered body that conducts the popular graduate management admission test (GMAT) exam, will introduce a Made-in-India B-school assessment test in 18 countries.
GMAC had bought NMAT from an Indian business school to localize its test and assessment facility four years ago, and has now taken it to 12 emerging economies in South Asia, South-East Asia and Africa. By the end of 2019, it plans to launch it in six more countries in Asia, Africa and parts of Europe.
“NMAT by GMAC for us represent globalization of a high quality management assessment test. A Made in India B-school test has gone global,” said Sangeet Chowfla, global president and chief executive, GMAC.
In an interview, Chowfla…