In India, every year 4 Lac people pursue MBA degrees. After graduation most MBA students require minimum 4-6 Lac per annum jobs, as they have taken loans of 5-10 lacs to enroll for MBA.
But the market reality is far from it. Recent survey on 5565 MBA Graduates, shows that the average earning is of INR 1.9 Lac per annum. Meanwhile 3730 freshly hired graduates earned INR 1.7 Lac per annum. An MBA costs 2 years of time, and a few lakhs of rupees – but did it add the value it promised?
Needless to say, the demand for MBA is going down drastically. Even premier colleges are having hard time filling their seats. Understanding the market need, Govind Wakhlu & Prashant Pitti started Common Job Test (CJT™) in 2011. The Spice Group has also funded the venture.
CJT™is an Entrance-Examination. A premium gateway to gain access to 3-5 Lac per annum jobs.
Every month 3000+ Job-seekers write the CJT of which less than 100 qualify to become CJTians. March'12 batch CJTians landed premier jobs with Godrej, Yes Bank, Idea Cellular & others elite companies.
The exam consists of a standardized and automated written-test & interview. The test is conducted at a designated CJT™ test-center. CJT™ examines candidates on their communication, logical aptitude, people-skills and personality-type.
Graduates save time & money, and gain access to elite Jobs via CJT™. MBAs also have the opportunity to find elite jobs matching their aspiration.
Test-takers can register at www.CommonJobTest.com. Likewise, companies can register online as well to access CJTian details, at no-cost!