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Subject : Business Environment
Answer the following question.
Q1. What are the benefits of deemed exports? (10
marks)
Q2. Write a note on Warehousing in India . (10
marks)
Q3. Discuss Eighth five year plan. (10
marks)
Q4. What is licensing? (10
marks)
Q5. Discuss patents. (10
marks)
Q6. What is QRs? (10
marks)
Q7. Discuss the Third plan (1961-66) (10
marks)
Q8. What is economic growth? (10
marks)
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Business Management
Answer the following question.
Q1. Discuss legal restriction on sole trade (10
marks)
Q2. What is planning background (10
marks)
Q3. Explain integration of plans (10
marks)
Q4. Explain Budgets (10
marks)
Q5. Explain standing plans and single –use-plans (10
marks)
Q6. Explain location (10
marks)
Q7. Compare administration versus management (10
marks)
Q8. Explain the rise of management as a profession. (10
marks)
Print Question with PDF

Business Planning and Policy
Answer the following question.
Q1. What is the need for CSR? (10
marks)
Q2. What are the responsibilities of business? (10
marks)
Q3. How does the internet add value? (10
marks)
Q4. What are the types of mergers? (10
marks)
Q5. Explain SPACE matrix (10
marks)
Q6. Explain ANSOFF’s Product grid. (10
marks)
Q7. What are the strategy development processes? (10
marks)
Q8. What are teh advantages and limitations of strategic management model?

Corporate Law
Answer the following question.
Q1. Classify Mercantile or commercial agents (10
marks)
Q2. What are the circumstances in which a contract is not discharged on the ground of subsequent (10
marks)
Q3. Discuss Wagering Agreements (10
marks)
Q4. What are the sources of Indian law ( (10
marks)
Q5. Classify criminal law and private law (10
marks)
Q6. Distinguish sale of goods and work & labour (10
marks)
Q7. What are the duties of a bailor. (10
marks)
Q8. Give meaning and effect of unilateral mistake

Financial Management
Answer the following question.
Q1. Who owns a credit union? Explain. (10
marks)
Q2. What is the basic goal of a business? (10
marks)
Q3. Explain briefly five factors determining the amount of fixed capital. (10
marks)
Q4. Define current assets and Give four examples (10
marks)
Q5. Why company prefer debt on equity to raise funds (10
marks)
Q6. Differentiate the real assets and securities. (10
marks)
Q7.
Suppose you approach a bank for getting loan. And the bank offers to lend you Rs.1, 000,000 and you
sign a bond paper. The bank asks you to issue a bond in their favor on the following terms required by
the bank: Par Value = Rs 1, 000,000,
(10
marks)
Q8. Strategies to protect firm from exchange rate risk.

International Business
Answer the following question.
Q1. What is Bill of Lading ? (10
marks)
Q2. What do you mean by UNCITRAL ? (10
marks)
Q3. How do you define international business ? (10
marks)
Q4. Write Short note on IBRD. (10
marks)
Q5. Explain international economic law. (10
marks)
Q6. Discuss about cottage sector & handicrafts in EXIM measures. (10
marks)
Q7. Explain five features of globalization. (10
marks)
Q8. Write a detailed note on foreign direct investment.

Marketing Management
Answer the following question.
Q1. Explain e-marketing. (10
marks)
Q2. Explain Personal selling. (10
marks)
Q3. Explain On-Line marketing. (10
marks)
Q4. What are new trends in Packaging? (10
marks)
Q5. Explain Sales Promotion Techniques. (10
marks)
Q6. Explain Test Marketing. (10
marks)
Q7. Give the steps in launching a new product. Also give various methods of test marketing a new Product. (10
marks)
Q8. Define pricing Describe various factors influencing the pricing decisions

Quantitative Techniques
Case Studies
Case (20
Marks)
Since 9/11•terrorism has cased threat attacks which have drawn the attention of political and media world. The US h
to launch. a ‘war on terror’ and applied a range of counteract terrorism safety measures towards aviation, pub
transportation, ports, borders, public Hermie places, etc. While these steps may show cheap course of act!on
government and security services, it is quite expensive. According to the calculations done by Mueller and Stewa
(2011), the expenditure of US homeland and security has gone over 1.1 trillion dollars, which includes federal, state a
domestic government, and private sector, and also the cost of opportunity. The Iraq an Afghanistan wars have added 1
trillion dollars to this expenditure. The expenditure of federal, state and local US government on home ground secur
has been estimated to 75 billion dollars more than the last levels of 2001. It is seen that US is not the only country to
in these high level of expenses, even though no other country can match its per capita or GDP expenditure. F
example, increased expenditure• on homeland security in UK, Canada and Australia is nearly one half to one quarter
US expenditure per capita or GDP. Nevertheless, in 2009, the government spent nearly 141.6 billion dollars each ye
on homeland security. This figure is expected to reach about 300 billion dollars by 2016. After 9/11, the main objecti
has been to prevent or alleviate any harm or casualty as a result of terrorism. The main issue is, if this expenditure
counteracting terrorism been invest.ed in a way that has increased the cost of security of the public efficiently or no
Hence, the commission report of 9/11, among other issues, was called upon • the US government to execute safe
measures which show evaluation of risks and effectiveness of expenditure. Nevertheless, while the US needs t
evaluate expenditure benefits for government regulations, such evaluation seems co have not been done for homela
security in general, or for the DHS (department of homeland security). One of the causes could be that DHS is not ab
to take up such evaluation. The NRC (national research council) committee of the National Academics of Science
Engineering and Medicine, made a request through S Congress to evaluate the functions of DHS, which was working
the project for almost 2 years, came up with some surprising result-. Besides e’•aluation of natural disasters, t
committee ‘did not find any DHS risk analysis capabilities and methods that are yet adequate for supporting DH
decision making.’ Due to which, very less confidence could be had in most of the risk evaluation done by DHS. T
committee said that “it is not yet clear that DHS is on a I ! trajectory for development of methods and capability that
sufficient to ensure reliable risk analyses”. usually the government and their rigid agencies shoo a neutral behav
towards their decision making. Stewart says that “the standard criterion for deciding whether a government; programm
can be justified on economic principles is net present value – the discounted monetized value of expected net benef
(i.e., benefits minus costs)” and that “expected values (an unbiased estimate) is the appropriate estimate for use” (UM
1992).
Answer the following question.
Q1.
What are the reasons that show that DHS is incapable in evaluating the risks of national security?
(Hint: while the US needs to evaluate expenditure benefits for government regulations, such evaluation
seem to have not been done for homeland security in general, DHS is not able to take up such
evaluation.)
Q2. The government spent nearly 141.6 billion dollars each year on (Hint: homeland security)
CASE STUDY
(20
Marks)
The bulbs manufactured by a company gave a mean life of 3000 hours with standard deviation of 400 hours. If a bulb
selected at random, what is the probability it will have a mean life less than 2000 hours?
Answer the following question.
Q1. Calculate the probability.
Q2. In what situation does one need probability theory?
Q3. Define the concept of sample space, sample points and events in context of probability theory.
Q4. What is the difference between objective and subjective probability?
Case (20
Marks)
Restaurants can avoid losing customers because of long waiting queues. Some restaurants have chairs to he
customers sit and wait, which they put on the safe side, and remove the chairs as time goes on. Nevertheless, putti
waiting chair is not the only/’ solution when the customers would go back and prefer-going to another place, there ls
need to improve the service time-. The restaurant management needs to understand the situation in a better w
through numerical model. A data was taken from a restaurant in Jakarta. Little’s Theorem and M/Ml queuing model w
used to get the ration of arrival, service, utilization, waiting time and likelihood of probable customers. At Sushi Tei, t
customers’ arrival rate during the busiest time of the day is 2.22 customers/minute (cpm), while the service is 2.24 cp
The average number of customers is 1.22 and that of utilization period is 0.991. The study of queuing or waiting lines
called the Queuing Theory. The evaluation taken after using the Queuing Theory includes – expected waiting time in lin
average time in the system, length of the line, anticipated number of customers being served at one time, possibility
customers that cringe, and the possibility of the system in some states, like unoccupied or occupied. This data w
taken after the interviewing the restaurant manager of Sushi Tei, and the data collected through the observations at t
restaurant. The rate of visiting customers was taken from the restaurant. The restaurant used to keep a record of
everyday routine work. The manager of the restaurant was interviewed to find about the capacity of the restaura
number of waiters and waitresses working there, and also the number of cooks. It was observed that the M/M
operation was best suited for the queuing model of the restaurant. This shows , that the time of arrival and service a
distributed proportionately. The system .of the restaurant contained only one server. It was observed that, though the
were a number of waitresses in the restaurant, only one cook was there to serve all the customers. According to t
analysis done on the functioning of the restaurant, on an average each customer would spend 55 minutes, the length
the queue is approx. 36 customers, and the waiting time rs approx;. 15 i ! minutes on average. It is seen that the waiti
time is not different from the theoretical waiting time. it is assumed that the possible customers will begin to withdraw o
seeing more than 10 people ahead of them in the queue. It is also observed that, on average, the customer can on
tolerate 40 people in the queue. Since the capacity of the restaurant is for 120 customers when fully occupied, t
possibility of 10 customers in a queue can be calculated as against 130 in the system, i.e., 120 occupants in t
restaurant and 10 or more waiting in the queue. A simulation model will be developed for the restaurant. Through th
simulation, the analytical model results can be attained. Also, the simulation model will help in adding more difficulty
the model can reflect the exact operation of the restaurant more personally.
Answer the following question.
Q1.
What are the reasons that show that DHS is incapable in evaluating the risks of national security?
(Hint: while the CS needs to evaluate expenditure benefits• for government regulations, such
evaluation seem to have not been done for homeland security in general, DHS is not able to take up
such evaluation.)
Q2. The government spent nearly 141.6 billion dollars each year on Hint: homeland security)
CASE STUDY (20
Marks)
Mr Sehwag invests Rs 2000 every year with a company, which pays interest at 10% p.a. He allows his deposit
accumulate at C.I. Find the amount to the credit of the person at the end of 5th year.
Answer the following question.
Q1. What is the Time Value of Money concept.
Q2. What do you mean by present value of money?
Q3. What is the Future Value of money.
Q4. What the amount to be credited at the end of 5th year.

Research Methodology
Answer the following question.
Q1. Discuss Interview as a technique of data collection. (10
marks)
Q2. Compare the steps of a qualitative & quantitative research. (10
marks)
Q3. Why is questionnaire still widely used in spite of its limitations? Mention some important points to be
kept in mind while constructing a questionnaire.
(10
marks)
Q4. Explain ‘Data Reduction’ and ‘Data Display’ in Qualitative Research (10
marks)
Q5. For the cost function y = 500x – 40×2 + 3×3 for x units, find the average cost, marginal cost and
marginal average cost.
(10
marks)
Q6. The monthly income of two persons are in the ratio 4:5 and their monthy expenditures are in the ratio
7:9. If each saves rs. 50 per montrh, find their monthly incomes.
(10
marks)
Q7. Discuss the purpose of ‘Research Design’. (10
marks)
Q8. The monthly income of two persons are in the ratio 4:5 and their monthy expenditures are in the ratio
7:9. If each saves rs. 50 per montrh, find their monthly incomes.

Total Quality Management
Answer the following question.
Q1. Describe how the golden rule does or does not influence each of the six concepts of TQM? (10
marks)
Q2. Describe two ways to determine a superior process? (10
marks)
Q3. Where do we use measurement system? (10
marks)
Q4. Write a short note on “The 7 habits of highly effective people”. (10
marks)
Q5. Explain different categories of quality cost. (10
marks)
Q6. Explain about cybercrime. (10
marks)
Q7. Write a short note on QFD process. (10
marks)
Q8. Explain about signal to noise ratio. (


ISBM MBA FOURTH SEMESTER EXAM ANSWER PROVIDED

ISBM MBA FOURTH SEMESTER EXAM ANSWER PROVIDED
Subject : Business Environment
Answer the following question.
Q1.
Discuss resumption of MAPIN.
(10marks)
Q2.
Give nature of Indian planning.
(10marks)
Q3.
What is traditional banking?
(10marks)
Q4.
Discuss the Third plan (1961-66)
(10marks)
Q5.
Give sectoral development profile (in points)
(10marks)
Q6.
Give a chart of River systems in India.
(10marks)
Q7.
Water has critical importance in human lives, explain.
(10marks)
Q8.
Write a note on socio-cultural environment of Business.
(10marks)

Business Strategy
Answer the following question.
Q1.
What is portfolio analysis? Explain the components of portfolio analysis.
(10marks)
Q2.
Describe diamond model & globalization.
(10marks)
Q3.
Discuss potential of Jeevansathi.com.
(10marks)
Q4.
What are barriers to strategy implementation.
(10marks)
Q5.
What is the meaning of ‘Entrepreneurial Venture’?
(10marks)
Q6.
How can a company develop a corporate entrepreneurship culture? What is Business Strategy?
(10marks)
Q7.
Describe four processes SECI through which knowledge is converted from one form to another.
(10marks)
Q8.
XYZ Ltd. Wishes to adopt the cost-leadership business strategy for one of its SBUs. How should itensure operational effectiveness in terms of productivity, processes, people and pace? If, after 1 year,the company wishes to change over to a differentiation business strategy, identify the changes it shouldbring in its approach to attain operational effectiveness.
(10marks)

Management Control Systems
Answer the following question.
Q1.
Describe the various short-term and long-term incentive plans.
(10marks)
Q2.
Explain R O I Approach.
(10marks)
Q3.
Application of MCS in Public Sector.
(10marks)
Q4.
Give brief on Rishi and ashramic culture.
(10marks)
Q5.
Write a note on withholding Tax.
(10marks)
Q6.
Give special characteristics of Management Control System.
(10marks)
Q7.
Give Formal Control process block diagram.
(10marks)
Q8.
Explain, in detail, the various corporate level strategies and business unit, ‘strategies with detail

Marketing Management
Answer the following question.
Q1. Explain Co-branding. (10
marks)
Q2. “Ware – housing decision are growingly becoming more critical” . Discuss quoting examples. (10
marks)
Q3. Discuss the role & importance of physical distribution in the consumer products marketing. (10
marks)
Q4. What are the various types of Brand Extensions. Explain with necessary examples wherever required. (10
marks)
Q5.
R.K.Industries Ltd., intends to launch a new folding exercise cycle in Indian market. As a marketing
manager which steps would you like to take while launching this product? How will you conduct the test
marketing for this product. Make necessary Assumptions and justify your answer.
(10
marks)
Q6.
‘Rush-Mush Foods (P) Ltd.’ plans to launch a new line of mushroom, -based instant food products.
They already have a popular line of (non-instant) mushroom products, in the market. Which steps will
you recommend to the management of ‘Rush-Mush” to enable their launch in the Indian market. Make
necessary assumptions and justify your answer.
(10
marks)
Q7. What is meant by product line .Elaborate the various Line Management Strategies. (10
marks)
Q8.
“Success of of several consumer products in the Indian market in the recent Past Was directly of
indirectly related to packing decisions.” Critically evaluate the Statement describing the nature and
importance of packing decisions. Give suitable illustrations from Indian consumer market.


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INDIAN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND
ADMINISTRATION
AN ISO 9001:2015 CERTIFIED INTERNATIONAL B-SCHOOL

Course : Doctorate in Management Studies (DMS)
Subject : Business Environment
Answer the following question.
Q1. What are the benefits of deemed exports? (10
marks)
Q2. Write a note on Warehousing in India . (10
marks)
Q3. Discuss Eighth five year plan. (10
marks)
Q4. What is licensing? (10
marks)
Q5. Discuss patents. (10
marks)
Q6. What is QRs? (10
marks)
Q7. Discuss the Third plan (1961-66) (10
marks)
Q8. What is economic growth? (10
marks)
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INDIAN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND
ADMINISTRATION
AN ISO 9001:2015 CERTIFIED INTERNATIONAL B-SCHOOL

Course : Doctorate in Management Studies (DMS)
Subject : Business Management
Answer the following question.
Q1. Discuss legal restriction on sole trade (10
marks)
Q2. What is planning background (10
marks)
Q3. Explain integration of plans (10
marks)
Q4. Explain Budgets (10
marks)
Q5. Explain standing plans and single –use-plans (10
marks)
Q6. Explain location (10
marks)
Q7. Compare administration versus management (10
marks)
Q8. Explain the rise of management as a profession. (10
marks)
Print Question with PDF

 

Business Planning and Policy
Answer the following question.
Q1. What is the need for CSR? (10
marks)
Q2. What are the responsibilities of business? (10
marks)
Q3. How does the internet add value? (10
marks)
Q4. What are the types of mergers? (10
marks)
Q5. Explain SPACE matrix (10
marks)
Q6. Explain ANSOFF’s Product grid. (10
marks)
Q7. What are the strategy development processes? (10
marks)
Q8. What are teh advantages and limitations of strategic management model?

 

Course : Doctorate in Management Studies (DMS)
Subject : Corporate Law
Answer the following question.
Q1. Classify Mercantile or commercial agents (10
marks)
Q2. What are the circumstances in which a contract is not discharged on the ground of subsequent (10
marks)
Q3. Discuss Wagering Agreements (10
marks)
Q4. What are the sources of Indian law ( (10
marks)
Q5. Classify criminal law and private law (10
marks)
Q6. Distinguish sale of goods and work & labour (10
marks)
Q7. What are the duties of a bailor. (10
marks)
Q8. Give meaning and effect of unilateral mistake

Financial Management
Answer the following question.
Q1. Who owns a credit union? Explain. (10
marks)
Q2. What is the basic goal of a business? (10
marks)
Q3. Explain briefly five factors determining the amount of fixed capital. (10
marks)
Q4. Define current assets and Give four examples (10
marks)
Q5. Why company prefer debt on equity to raise funds (10
marks)
Q6. Differentiate the real assets and securities. (10
marks)
Q7.
Suppose you approach a bank for getting loan. And the bank offers to lend you Rs.1, 000,000 and you
sign a bond paper. The bank asks you to issue a bond in their favor on the following terms required by
the bank: Par Value = Rs 1, 000,000,
(10
marks)
Q8. Strategies to protect firm from exchange rate risk.

International Business
Answer the following question.
Q1. What is Bill of Lading ? (10
marks)
Q2. What do you mean by UNCITRAL ? (10
marks)
Q3. How do you define international business ? (10
marks)
Q4. Write Short note on IBRD. (10
marks)
Q5. Explain international economic law. (10
marks)
Q6. Discuss about cottage sector & handicrafts in EXIM measures. (10
marks)
Q7. Explain five features of globalization. (10
marks)
Q8. Write a detailed note on foreign direct investment. (10
marks)
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Marketing Management
Answer the following question.
Q1. Explain e-marketing. (10
marks)
Q2. Explain Personal selling. (10
marks)
Q3. Explain On-Line marketing. (10
marks)
Q4. What are new trends in Packaging? (10
marks)
Q5. Explain Sales Promotion Techniques. (10
marks)
Q6. Explain Test Marketing. (10
marks)
Q7. Give the steps in launching a new product. Also give various methods of test marketing a new Product. (10
marks)
Q8. Define pricing Describe various factors influencing the pricing decisions.

 

Quantitative Techniques
Case Studies
Case (20
Marks)
Since 9/11•terrorism has cased threat attacks which have drawn the attention of political and media world. The US h
to launch. a ‘war on terror’ and applied a range of counteract terrorism safety measures towards aviation, pub
transportation, ports, borders, public Hermie places, etc. While these steps may show cheap course of act!on
government and security services, it is quite expensive. According to the calculations done by Mueller and Stewa
(2011), the expenditure of US homeland and security has gone over 1.1 trillion dollars, which includes federal, state a
domestic government, and private sector, and also the cost of opportunity. The Iraq an Afghanistan wars have added 1
trillion dollars to this expenditure. The expenditure of federal, state and local US government on home ground secur
has been estimated to 75 billion dollars more than the last levels of 2001. It is seen that US is not the only country to
in these high level of expenses, even though no other country can match its per capita or GDP expenditure. F
example, increased expenditure• on homeland security in UK, Canada and Australia is nearly one half to one quarter
US expenditure per capita or GDP. Nevertheless, in 2009, the government spent nearly 141.6 billion dollars each ye
on homeland security. This figure is expected to reach about 300 billion dollars by 2016. After 9/11, the main objecti
has been to prevent or alleviate any harm or casualty as a result of terrorism. The main issue is, if this expenditure
counteracting terrorism been invest.ed in a way that has increased the cost of security of the public efficiently or no
Hence, the commission report of 9/11, among other issues, was called upon • the US government to execute safe
measures which show evaluation of risks and effectiveness of expenditure. Nevertheless, while the US needs t
evaluate expenditure benefits for government regulations, such evaluation seems co have not been done for homela
security in general, or for the DHS (department of homeland security). One of the causes could be that DHS is not ab
to take up such evaluation. The NRC (national research council) committee of the National Academics of Science
Engineering and Medicine, made a request through S Congress to evaluate the functions of DHS, which was working
the project for almost 2 years, came up with some surprising result-. Besides e’•aluation of natural disasters, t
committee ‘did not find any DHS risk analysis capabilities and methods that are yet adequate for supporting DH
decision making.’ Due to which, very less confidence could be had in most of the risk evaluation done by DHS. T
committee said that “it is not yet clear that DHS is on a I ! trajectory for development of methods and capability that
sufficient to ensure reliable risk analyses”. usually the government and their rigid agencies shoo a neutral behav
towards their decision making. Stewart says that “the standard criterion for deciding whether a government; programm
can be justified on economic principles is net present value – the discounted monetized value of expected net benef
(i.e., benefits minus costs)” and that “expected values (an unbiased estimate) is the appropriate estimate for use” (UM
1992).
Answer the following question.
Q1.
What are the reasons that show that DHS is incapable in evaluating the risks of national security?
(Hint: while the US needs to evaluate expenditure benefits for government regulations, such evaluation
seem to have not been done for homeland security in general, DHS is not able to take up such
evaluation.)
Q2. The government spent nearly 141.6 billion dollars each year on (Hint: homeland security)
CASE STUDY
(20
Marks)
The bulbs manufactured by a company gave a mean life of 3000 hours with standard deviation of 400 hours. If a bulb
selected at random, what is the probability it will have a mean life less than 2000 hours?
Answer the following question.
Q1. Calculate the probability.
Q2. In what situation does one need probability theory?
Q3. Define the concept of sample space, sample points and events in context of probability theory.
Q4. What is the difference between objective and subjective probability?
Case (20
Marks)
Restaurants can avoid losing customers because of long waiting queues. Some restaurants have chairs to he
customers sit and wait, which they put on the safe side, and remove the chairs as time goes on. Nevertheless, putti
waiting chair is not the only/’ solution when the customers would go back and prefer-going to another place, there ls
need to improve the service time-. The restaurant management needs to understand the situation in a better w
through numerical model. A data was taken from a restaurant in Jakarta. Little’s Theorem and M/Ml queuing model w
used to get the ration of arrival, service, utilization, waiting time and likelihood of probable customers. At Sushi Tei, t
customers’ arrival rate during the busiest time of the day is 2.22 customers/minute (cpm), while the service is 2.24 cp
The average number of customers is 1.22 and that of utilization period is 0.991. The study of queuing or waiting lines
called the Queuing Theory. The evaluation taken after using the Queuing Theory includes – expected waiting time in lin
average time in the system, length of the line, anticipated number of customers being served at one time, possibility
customers that cringe, and the possibility of the system in some states, like unoccupied or occupied. This data w
taken after the interviewing the restaurant manager of Sushi Tei, and the data collected through the observations at t
restaurant. The rate of visiting customers was taken from the restaurant. The restaurant used to keep a record of
everyday routine work. The manager of the restaurant was interviewed to find about the capacity of the restaura
number of waiters and waitresses working there, and also the number of cooks. It was observed that the M/M
operation was best suited for the queuing model of the restaurant. This shows , that the time of arrival and service a
distributed proportionately. The system .of the restaurant contained only one server. It was observed that, though the
were a number of waitresses in the restaurant, only one cook was there to serve all the customers. According to t
analysis done on the functioning of the restaurant, on an average each customer would spend 55 minutes, the length
the queue is approx. 36 customers, and the waiting time rs approx;. 15 i ! minutes on average. It is seen that the waiti
time is not different from the theoretical waiting time. it is assumed that the possible customers will begin to withdraw o
seeing more than 10 people ahead of them in the queue. It is also observed that, on average, the customer can on
tolerate 40 people in the queue. Since the capacity of the restaurant is for 120 customers when fully occupied, t
possibility of 10 customers in a queue can be calculated as against 130 in the system, i.e., 120 occupants in t
restaurant and 10 or more waiting in the queue. A simulation model will be developed for the restaurant. Through th
simulation, the analytical model results can be attained. Also, the simulation model will help in adding more difficulty
the model can reflect the exact operation of the restaurant more personally.
Answer the following question.
Q1.
What are the reasons that show that DHS is incapable in evaluating the risks of national security?
(Hint: while the CS needs to evaluate expenditure benefits• for government regulations, such
evaluation seem to have not been done for homeland security in general, DHS is not able to take up
such evaluation.)
Q2. The government spent nearly 141.6 billion dollars each year on Hint: homeland security)
CASE STUDY (20
Marks)
Mr Sehwag invests Rs 2000 every year with a company, which pays interest at 10% p.a. He allows his deposit
accumulate at C.I. Find the amount to the credit of the person at the end of 5th year.
Answer the following question.
Q1. What is the Time Value of Money concept.
Q2. What do you mean by present value of money?
Q3. What is the Future Value of money.
Q4. What the amount to be credited at the end of 5th year.
Print Question with PDF

Research Methodology
Answer the following question.
Q1. Discuss Interview as a technique of data collection. (10
marks)
Q2. Compare the steps of a qualitative & quantitative research. (10
marks)
Q3. Why is questionnaire still widely used in spite of its limitations? Mention some important points to be
kept in mind while constructing a questionnaire.
(10
marks)
Q4. Explain ‘Data Reduction’ and ‘Data Display’ in Qualitative Research (10
marks)
Q5. For the cost function y = 500x – 40×2 + 3×3 for x units, find the average cost, marginal cost and
marginal average cost.
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marks)
Q6. The monthly income of two persons are in the ratio 4:5 and their monthy expenditures are in the ratio
7:9. If each saves rs. 50 per montrh, find their monthly incomes.
(10
marks)
Q7. Discuss the purpose of ‘Research Design’. (10
marks)
Q8. The monthly income of two persons are in the ratio 4:5 and their monthy expenditures are in the ratio
7:9. If each saves rs. 50 per montrh, find their monthly incomes.
(10
marks)
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Total Quality Management
Answer the following question.
Q1. Describe how the golden rule does or does not influence each of the six concepts of TQM? (10
marks)
Q2. Describe two ways to determine a superior process? (10
marks)
Q3. Where do we use measurement system? (10
marks)
Q4. Write a short note on “The 7 habits of highly effective people”. (10
marks)
Q5. Explain different categories of quality cost. (10
marks)
Q6. Explain about cybercrime. (10
marks)
Q7. Write a short note on QFD process. (10
marks)
Q8. Explain about signal to noise ratio.

 


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Business Environment

Answer the following question.

Q1.

Discuss pre-liberalisation of green revolution and increase in production.

(10marks)

Q2.

Distinguish between Government type intervention and Laiseez-fair capitalism.

(10marks)

Q3.

Give graph of Quality Assurance – Product life stage model, explain.

(10marks)

Q4.

What are the attributes of characterization of “The New Competition”.

(10marks)

Q5.

Give highlights of Management of Foreign Exchange.

(10marks)

Q6.

Discuss strategic Human Resource Management.

(10marks)

Q7.

Market decisions do not ensure optimum allocation of resources.

(10marks)

Q8.

Throw light on decision making and the impact of micro-environment.

Business Management

Answer the following question.

Q1.

Give essentials of an efficient organization

(10marks)

Q2.

what are the essentials of partnership

(10marks)

Q3.

State and explain features of tradership

(10marks)

Q4.

Give the needs for principles and theory of management

(10marks)

Q5.

Discuss procedures

(10marks)

Q6.

Give a block diagram of five M’s of Business

(10marks)

Q7.

Discuss Purchasing

(10marks)

Q8.

Discuss plant and equipment

Business Planning and Policy

Answer the following question.

Q1.

What is the importance of corporate governance?

(10marks)

Q2.

What are the approaches to strategy formulation?

(10marks)

Q3.

Define Social Audit. What are the approaches to social audit?

(10marks)

Q4.

What are the characteristics of effective evaluation and control system?

(10marks)

Q5.

What are the types of organizational structures?

(10marks)

Q6.

What are Non-profit organizations? What are the popular strategies for NPO.

(10marks)

Q7.

What is the relationship between core competence and competitive advantage and where do theyreside?

(10marks)

Q8.

Briefly discuss PESTEL analysis, ETOP and CPM

(10marks)

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Corporate Law

Answer the following question.

Q1.

Distinguish between Managing Director and Manager

(10marks)

Q2.

What are the kinds of bailments?

(10marks)

Q3.

What is the standard form contract ?

(10marks)

Q4.

What is the effect of death of one party on the contract

(10marks)

Q5.

What do you mean by consent and free consent

(10marks)

Q6.

How does registration of a company takes place

(10marks)

Q7.

Discuss Foreign Investment in small scale secto

(10marks)

Q8.

How to determine the value of assets

Financial Management

Answer the following question.

Q1.

Define depreciation expense as it appears on the income statement. How does depreciation affectcash flow?

(10marks)

Q2.

How is finance related to the disciplines of accounting and economics?

(10marks)

Q3.

Give examples of non cash transactions.

(10marks)

Q4.

Why do we add back non cash items to net profit while calculating cash flow from operating activities.

(10marks)

Q5.

Why Capital budgeting decisions are more important?.

(10marks)

Q6.

Explain the impact of interest rate on long term and short term bonds?

(10marks)

Q7.

What is the definition of management fraud?

(10marks)

Q8.

Strategies to protect firm from exchange rate risk.

Human Resource Management

Answer the following question.

Q1.

Write brief note on Positive Discipline?

(10marks)

Q2.

What is Collective Bargaining?

(10marks)

Q3.

What is the importance of employee benefits?

(10marks)

Q4.

Explain the scope of HRM?

(10marks)

Q5.

What are the essential of effective training program?

(10marks)

Q6.

Write short notes on followings? • Merit incentives • Individual incentives

(10marks)

Q7.

What are the pay-surveys? And whats its usefuless?

(10marks)

Q8.

Discus the various barriers in Performance Evaluation?

International Business

Answer the following question.

Q1.

Explain the 3 classical theory of trade.

(10marks)

Q2.

Description of SCM project undertaken by BPCL.

(10marks)

Q3.

What are some of the key strategies that a company can adopt to manage International HumanResource ?

(10marks)

Q4.

List out the characteristics of direct distribution channel.

(10marks)

Q5.

What are the stages involved in new product development at international market ?

(10marks)

Q6.

Explain the types of data collected during marketing research.

(10marks)

Q7.

Technology & tech initiatives in IDBI ltd.

(10marks)

Q8.

List out agencies/funds noticed by government of India for the purpose of deemed export benefits

Marketing Management

Answer the following question.

Q1.

Explain PR.

(10marks)

Q2.

What is Brand equity?

(10marks)

Q3.

What are new trends in Packaging?

(10marks)

Q4.

Present the factors that influence the pricing strategy of an organization .Which among them are non –controllable ? Why?

(10marks)

Q5.

Bring out the utility & quality- aspects of packaging. Quote examples as appropriate

(10marks)

Q6.

What is meant by product line .Elaborate the various Line Management Strategies.

(10marks)

Q7.

What are the functions of Marketing Mix .Discuss three Brands that failed due to poor integration of themarketing mix elements.

(10marks)

Q8.

Discuss the pricing techniques application to a FMCG product being launched In a highly competitivemarket.

Public Administration

Answer the following question.

Q1.

Describe the following:Evolution of Indian Administration

(10marks)

Q2.

Explain what you understand by Good Governance. Also briefly discuss on the concept and applicatione-Governance

(10marks)

Q3.

Under the Comparative Public Administration, discuss the Bureaucratic and Ecological models

(10marks)

Q4.

Describe the following:-Administration of Medieval India

(10marks)

Q5.

Describe the following:-Administration of Modern India(from British Period)

(10marks)

Q6.

How Public Administration and Changing role of Bureaucracy play a crucial role as a tool forDevelopment

(10marks)

Q7.

In the context of liberalization how effective is Changing role of the Public Sector.

(10marks)

Q8.

Differentiate Rural and Urban Local Government. Identify. Major rural and Urban developmentprograms and their management

Quantitative Techniques

Answer the following question.

Q1.

What factors should be considered in industrial analysis?

(10marks)

Q2.

Which factors influence operating environment?

(10marks)

Case Studies

CASE STUDY

(20Marks)

The bulbs manufactured by a company gave a mean life of 3000 hours with standard

deviation of 400 hours. If a bulbselected at random, what is the probability it will

have a mean life less than 2000 hours?

Answer the following question.

Q1.

Calculate the probability.

Q2.

In what situation does one need probability theory?

Q3.

Define the concept of sample space, sample points and events in context of probability theory.

Q4.

What is the difference between objective and subjective probability?

Multi Criteria decision making

(20Marks)

MCDA. (multi criteria decision analysis) is considered to be one of the fastest growing research operations in the laseveral years. The researcher focus towards MCDA led to development of many different pproaches and ways in tfield. There are two types of procedures: theoretical assumptions and decision addressed type. This difference throwchallenges to the prcedure of choosing the most ideal method for the decision making problem.

Most of the time, tinitial approach towards applying MCDA in the real world problems relates to the set up of simple understanding Of tcontext and recognizing the problem of decision. This step includes the ones• who make decisions and other importaparticipants who make important contributions for the MCDA procedure by sharing their knowledge. The common insigof the decision framework is received by knowing the goals of the decision making body and recognizing not only thopeople who make decisions but also those who face the decision. •

Dooley (2009) says that the first three steps take more time in the process of MCDA, particularly because of their qualitative features. Assigning of comparative significaweights to the selected criteria is the next step: These weights can be ascertained directly, for exampleranking, swintrade off; or indirectly, for example- centrality, regression and interactive. Later, the DM has to give individual scoreconsidering his or her views, to each of the recognized options according to the criteria which seem vital. These scorshow the decision of DM

. related to spreading of each substitute to every performance standard. The information whiis attained is maintained distinctively into

performance template, which is also as consequence matrix, options matrix, just decision table.

\ .

‘ I The next process includes abstract of the information consisting of

the performance matrix in tform of multi criteria scores, for every possible plan. Mostly, this is attained by combining the individual scores of matso that total valuation of .each substitute which allows more

comparison. The groups of substitut<:s ar<: ranked on tbasis of all these scores. Finally, the procedure can include a warm evaluation of the outcome to amendments in t

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scores or criteria, to conclude the sturdiness of the result of MCDA. At the end, the analysis and trade offs included the respective choices are given to and conferred with the DM. In many cases, the ultimate decision that DM takes, donot match with the highest level of alterative, as they are more focused towards the process of knowing the effect each and every factor in ranking of choices than in the exactness of the ranking. Also, it should be observed that tgeneralizations are not used to of the outcome given by the process of MCDA, and they only appropriate for the group choices which were assessed.

Answer the following question.

Q1.

What role does MCDA play in decision making? (Hint: MCDA is considered to be one of the fastestgrowing research operations, these scores show the decision of DM related to spreading of eachsubstitute to every performance standard)

Q2.

What does MCDA stand for? (Hint: multi criteria decision analysis)

case study

(20Marks)

Time series analysis has two important aims: 1) recognizing the quality of the phenomenon shown by the series studies, and 2) Both the aims need the plan of the viewed time series data is recognized and somewhat officiaexplained:

A time series is said to be a ‘collection of observations made in sequence with time’. For example: recordilevel of daily rainfall, periodical total domestic product of US, and monthly strength of the. workers in Marine Corps forspecific rank and MOS. The evaluation of time series gives instruments for picking a symbolic model and deliveriforecasts. There are two sorts of times series data:

  • Continuous: in this the data consists of study at every moment, fexample, seismic movement recorded on a seismogram.
  • Discrete: the data contains recordings taken at differeperiods

,like, statistics of each month crime. Until the data is absolutely haphazard, studies in time series are usuarelated to each and the following studies could be partly ascertain by the last values. For instance, the reasopertaining to the meteorology which have an effect on the temperature for any given day tend to have some affect on tnext day’s climate. Hence, the observations of the past temperature are helpful for predicting temperatures for tfollowing days. •

A time series can be deterministic if there are no haphazard or feasible features but goes in a set aforeseeable manner. The data gathered during the classical physics experiment like showing Newton’s Law of Motion,one example of a deterministic time series. The stochastic type of series is more appropriate to the econometfunction. Stochastic variables contain undefined or arbitrary viewpoint. Though the worth of each study cannot precisely foreseen, calculating the various observations could follow the expected method. These methods can explained through the statistical models. According to these models, studies differ erratically on the underlying meavalue

whtch is the role of time. Time series data can be put in the following categories: one or more performance factotrend, seasonality, cyclical function and random sound.

Various kinds of time series predicting models give forecasthrough extrapolating the previous performance of the values of a specified

\’l!riable of interest. Consecutive study econometric times series are generally not free and forecast can be made on the basis of last observations. Althouprecise predictions can be made with deterministic time series, predictions of stochastic time series are restricted ‘conditional statements regarding the future on the basis of particular hypothesis.’ Armstrong (2001) says, “The basAssumption is that the variable ui!! continue in the future as it has behaved in the past. ” Particularly, the time seripredictions are suitable for stochastic type of data in which the fundamental root cause of variation like, trend, cyclicperformance, seasonality, and uneven variations, do not change radically m time. Therefore, modeling is considered be more suitable temporarily instead of permanent predictions.

Answer the following question.

Q1.

Write briefly on time-series analysis. (Hint: recognizing the quality of the phenomenon shown by theseries of studies, and, both the aims need the plan of the viewed time series data is recognized andsomewhat officially explained)

Research Methodology

Answer the following question.

Q1.

What is validity of a tool ? Describe different types of validity .

(10marks)

Q2.

Discuss ‘Case Study’ method in Qualitative Methodology.

(10marks)

Q3.

Discuss the theories of Truth and their relevance to Quantitative and Qualitative Research.

(10marks)

Q4.

Distinguish between ‘Descriptive Statistics’ and ‘Inferential Statistics’.

(10marks)

Q5.

Distinguish between ‘Constitutive’ and ‘Operational’ definitions.

(10marks)

Q6.

A manufacturer can sell x items per month at a price of P = 300 – 2x rupees. Producing x items costthe manufacturer y rupees where y = 2x + 1000. How much production will yield maximum profit.

(10marks)

Q7.

A man borrows rs. 1500 and agrees to repay the debt in 5 equal instalmenst with 6% interest,compounded annually. If the first payment is to be made at the end of the first year, how much shouldeach payment be?

(10marks)

Q8.

For the cost function y = 500x – 40×2 + 3×3 for x units, find the average cost, marginal cost andmarginal average cost.