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BUSINES STUDIES 2005 (Set I—Outside Delhi)
Q. 1. State any two functins of middle-level management. 2
Q. 2. What is meant by ‘political environment’ of business? 2
Q. 3. Enumerate any two functions of a supervisor. 2
Q. 4. What is meant by the ‘product concept of marketing’? 2
Q. 5. How does marketing help an enterprise to establish a place in the market? 2
Q. 6. An organisation follows the principles of management. What are the adverse effects of each of the following principles of management on the organisation.
a) Unity of command
c) Stability of tenure of personnel 3
Q. 7. Why is leadership considered as the most important element of directing func- tion of management Give any three reasons. 3
Q. 8. “Managerial functions cannot be carried out without an efficient system of communication.” Do you agree? Give any three reasons in support of your answer. 3
Q. 9. Enumerate any three product related factors that should be taken into Consid- eration while taking a decision on the choice of channel of distribution for any product. 3
Q. 10. State any three features of personal selling. 3
Q. 11. Describe, in brief, Taylor’s principles of (i) co-operation, not individualism, and (ii) maximum, not restricted output.
Q. 12. Define the term ‘Organisational Structure’ and enumerate any three consider- ations to be kept in mind while building an organisational structure. 4
Q. 13. The workers of a factory are demanding the introduction of tune-wage system in place of the existing piece-rate system of wage payment. The management is not prepared to accept this demand of the workers. Why, in your opinion, is the management opposing this demand? Explain in brief any four reasons. 4
Q. 14. “In today’s commercial world, the stock exchange performs many vital functi- ons “Do you agree? Give any four reasons in support of your answer. 4
Q. 15. Distinguish between Capital market and Money market on the basis of
(i) Liquidity, (ii) Expected Return, (iii) Duration, and (iv) Instruments traded. 4
Q. 16. “Management is regarded as a perfect science.” Do you agree? Explain in brief any five reasons. 5
Q. 17. Explain briefly any five positive impacts of globalisation and liberalisation on business and industry in India. 5
Q. 18. “Controlling helps in financial matters and maintaining and improving quality.” Explain this statement, in brief. 5
Q. 19. Explain in brief any five factors which affect the requirement of foxed capital of an enterprise. 5
Q. 20. You have joined as a finance advisor in a company and found that the company was under-capitalised. The directors of the company od not agree with you as they are ignorant about the meaning of under–capitalisation. Explain to them the meaning of under-capitalisation’ and convince them by giving four reasons in support of your viewpoint.
Q. 21. Explain, in brief, any six Limitations of planning. 6
“Planning is of vital importance in the managerial process.” Do you agree? Explain in brief any five reasons in support of your answer.
Q. 22. Distinguish between formal and informal organisations on the basis of (a) communications, (b) Flow of authority (c) Tenure, (d) Durability, and (e) Inter- dependence.
Q. 23. Why is staffing an important function of management in all organisations?
Explain, in brief, any six reasons. 6
Explain, in brief, any six external sources of recruitment of employees.
Q. 24. Explain the major activities involved in physical distribution of goods. 6
You are the advertising manager in a company manufacturing coloured televi- sion sets. Which media would you choose for advertising your product? Explain briefly any five reasons in support of your answer.
Q. 25. Explain, in brief, any six reasons as to why consumer protection is needed in India. 6
Explain, in brief, any six responsibilities of consumers to safeguard their Inter- ests.
CBSE 2005 Question Papers Class XII