Graduate management education is becoming more global and diverse, asa broader range of applicants aresending their GMAT scores fordifferent types of programmes.

At a time when seats in some business schools go a begging and large-scale criticism is being made about the quality of management education, the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) maintains that all is well in the management education sector.

In a conversation with The Hindu EducationPlus recently, Ashok Sarathy, Vice-President of the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) programme, spoke about how management education is catching on globally, and about the ‘Next Generation GMAT’.

Introduced in June, 2012, about 15,000 people have taken the new GMAT which aims at gauging a candidate’s ability to interpret and analyse different types of information and evaluate outcomes.