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PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT
(For those who joined in July 2000 and after) Time: Three hours PART A - (3 x 20 Maximum: 100 marks
= 60 marks)
Answer any THREE questions. All questions carry equal marks. 1. Explain the Principles of management laid down
by Henry Fayol. 2. Define Planning. Explain the major steps in the
process of planning. 3. Describe the principles and steps that constitute
the organizational process. 4. Explain the various stages to be gone through in
the selection of personnel. 5. Define Leadership. Discuss the different styles of
PART B - (40 marks) (Compulsory) 6. Fresh from an American MBA, from Wisconsin University, Brijmohan had no. dearth of job opportunities. He made his choice in favour of a company which, besides attractive emoluments, had offered him an over all charge of market research and planning - a field dearest to his heart and one in which he had done intensive work as a student. Soon, Brijmohan made his presence felt. He chalked out elaborate plans to transform the working of the sales and allied departments. The managing director was impressed a great deal. But all this was not to last long. Came the quarterly meeting of the Board where not merely Brijmohan's plans and programmes but even the clearance of his appointment itself encountered rough weather. ''Why all this expensive planning when the company is already an acknowledged leader in the market and cannot meet the exsiting demand even by overstretching its resources"? One of the directors even went so far as to suggest that the company did not need a sales planning officer who, as the managing directors' motion indicted, had to cost it a tidy sum. "Therefore, why not attach Brijmohan as P.A to the managing director who had made a request for one in the last meeting"? The idea caught on. It was decided to request Brijmohan to agree to his new position at the same, or even enhanced, emoluments. 2
Questions: (a) planning? Does the company set great store by
(b) Do you agree that the company such as this one does not need to plan? (c) As managing director of the company, how would you impress on the directors the need to appoint a sales planning officer.
Why is organisational change is resisted often by individuals and groups? How can resistance to change be managed? . attitudes formed? What are their What is leadership? Critically examine the various styles of leadership. How are functions? 8.35581l\I12/Al 2/D 11 ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR MAY 2009 (For t. 4. Explain the significance of organisational behaviour.hose who joined in July 2000 and after) Time: Three hours PART A --. Explain how are Hawthorne studies and their findings relevant to the existing global set up in modern organisations? 2. All questions carry equal marks. 1. Explain the concept of organisation culture. How would you improve it? 5.(3 x 20 Maximum: 100 marks = 60 marks) Answer any THREE questions.
The C. A dynamic leader. desperately wants to improve the HR situations prevalent in the organisation. people at most of the hierarchical levels are not satisfied with the organisation and the turnover ratio is more than 25%. Employees are paid decent salaries as compared to the market standard providing enough space for entrepreneurial spirits. It won't attach due importance to initiative and innovative attitudes of employees as every activity is standardised. Surprisingly. However. 2 35581M12/A121D11 Questions: (a) Locate the unfulfilled employees in the organisation. engaged in education and training business.(40 marks) Compulsory 6. The company employs around 80 employees. It is very particular about the quality concept in its entire department. apart from being aggressive marketing personnel.E. The present turnover of the company is around Rs. who has amazing self-confidence and conviction. expectations of (b) Identify why are employees leaving the organisation? Suggest measures to improve the present situation. especially the turnover of executives. An organisation named XYZ Ltd.O. 8 crores with a profit margin of around 60%. heads the organisation.PART B . There is neither sufficient informal relationship among employees nor are there recreational facilities. is progressing with around 200% growth every year since the last 5 years. the company organises regular fortnightly meetings/dinnerllunch. It is very open in culture any person can go and talk to the CEO any time. despite all these measures. 3 35581M121A121D11 . Consultants are hired at enormous fees to see that employees are happy.
5.630 680 4. From the following trial balance extracted the books of Mr.000 6.580 2 35591M13/A131D 12 . concepts? Explain any four Salaries Insurance What are accounting Sundry Debtors Drawings accounting concepts in detail.(6 pages) -35591M13/A131D12 MANAGEMgNT ACCOUNTING MAY 2009 6. 98. 3.500 5. 4. 2.2007) Answer any FIVE questions. Mahesh. Define Cost Accounting.000 184.108.40.2060 15. " of a Machinery Good will Discuss the functions and qualities -enanagement .675 " 10.4.760 20.600 14.000 1. State the qualities of a good management report. Prepare final accounts. Critically examine the Cash at Bank Returns inward Fuel Carriage outwards objections raised against Cost Accounting.040 " 5.000 7. All questions carry equal marks.200 40.245 2. What is meant by Activity Based Costing? Explain its features and importance. 1. accountant.730 3. Credit balances from Rs.480 " 2.580 Returns outwards Capital Sundry creditors (For those who joined in July 2000 and after) Time: Three hours Maximum: 100 marks Wages Carriage inwards Stock (1. 1. Buildings Write the standard format of report working sheet.780 500 71. Debit balances Rs.300 To Cash in hand Purchases 540 By Sales 40.
000 7. Administration expenses Total cost per unit 3 of (c) Indicate cost per unit at both the levels.] .O.. furnishes you the following data relating to First half of the year (Rs.) the year 2008-09 : Second half of the year (Rs.800 (e) Insurance prepaid Rs. 6. @ 5% on debtors (d) Closing stock is valued Rs. X Ltd.) Sales Profit 45. 7.00.000 5.T.000 units in a factory are furnished below: Per unit (Rs.000 50.) Material Labour Variable overheads Fixed overhead (Rs. 2.000) Variable expenses (direct) Selling expenses (10% fixed) Distribution expenses (80% variable). The expenses for budgeted production _l0. 200. 4 155 3559~13/A13nD12 3559~13/A13!D12 [p. Assume that administration expenses are fixed for all levels of production.000 70 25 20 10 Assuming that there is no change in prices and variable cost and that the fixed expenses are incurred equally in the two half year periods.Adjustments: (a)I)~preciate at 10% 'Machinery' at 20% and Building Prepare a budget for production of : (a) 8000 units (b) 6000 units (b) Salaries outstanding Rs.000 (c) Create a reserve for bad and doubtful debts \. Calculate for the year 2008-09. 1. (a) PN ratio (b) Fixed expenses 5 13 7 5 (c) Break Even Sales (d) Percentage of margin of safety. 8.
000 Compute: (a) PN ratio (b) BEP You are also required to state which company is likely to earn greater profits in conditions of : (i) (ii) Low demand and High demand. Actual Hours 9000 8400 20000 Rate 4.000 2.000 25.000 25.000 Rs.00 1.25.00 Skilled Semi-skilled Un skilled 10 8 16 Calculate all labour produce and sell same type of product in the same market.000 75. Standard Hours Rate 3.90 A Ltd.000 The actual production was 1000 articles.50. their Forecasted profit and loss alc are as follows: Rs. and B Ltd. Two competing companies A Ltd. 5 35591M13/A13/D12 6 35591M131AI3ID 12 . Rs.000 1. 2. For the year ended March 2008. Rs.00.000 2. BLtd. 10.000 2. 2.50 1.50 0.00 1.25.50. before Tax 25.9. Sales Less: Variable cost Fixed cost Forecasted Net Profit " vanances.50. From the following data.
State its merits and drawbacks. What is indifference curve? How does a consumer through indifference curve analysis? attain equilibrium 3. Explain kinked demand curve analysis diagrammatically. 2 3560IM14/A141D13 . What are the economic consequences of debt? Answer any FIVE questions. (For those who joined in July 2000 and after) Time: Three hours Maximum: 100 marks Explain the relevance of payback period method. 8. Why do wage differentials exist? Explain. 5. 'Managerial economics integrates Explain. 4. Critically examine the law of variable proportions \ with illustration.3560nd14/A14nD13 MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS MAY 2009 6. Write an essay on technological changes and location decisions in global economy. All questions carry equal marks. economic concepts with business practice' 2. 1. 7.
4411 (a) Mean Standard Deviation X 6 5 y 8 40/3 and show that . 1. 2 35611M15/A151D14 . (a) Find the inverse of the matrix [0 = 3~ 3 2 4. of people Average lUcorne 175 186 IS Variance of Income 100 81 the variation III Village A Village B 600 500 (a) A steel plant produces x tones of steel per .(6 pages) -3561/M15JA15/D14 QUANTITATIVE METHODS MAY 2009 (b) Calculate following data : Marks: No.A 3 + A 2 + 11A -11 = O. Find the most likely value of Y when X = 100 . Correlation co-efficient is 8115. quartile deviation for the Find the minimum value of the cost function - y = 5 + 2X2 x3 • Wages (Rs. Income of two villages are given below: No. of students: 3. (b) Calculate combined standard deviation. Find (i) In which village income greater? (ii) (b) Compute the following distribution: Labourers: -the output level at which the cost attains its minimum.5x2 + 99x + 35].18-40 40-42 42-44 12 18 16 14 12 8 6 2.week at a total cost of Rs. of students: Marks: No. [~X3 .): 30-32 32-34 34-36 36-38 . (a) 3 standard 10-20 5 60-70 Deviation 20-30 '7 I from the 0-10 50-60 15 30-40 10 80-90 2 40-50 12 90-100 8 (For those who joined in July 2000 and after) Time: Three hours Maximum: 100 marks 70-80 6 12 Answer any FIVE questions. All questions carry equal marks.
Past experience shows that 1 percent of the output produce by Machine I is defective the corresponding fraction of defectives for the other two machines are 1. A factory produces a certain type of outputs types of machine. the probability of getting. The respective daily The marks obtained by a group of 9 regular course and another 56 62 62 70 63 7162 by three students Regular : Part time: group of 11 part time course 54 60 60 51 56 67 75 69 64 58 7268 66 production figures are : Machine I Machine II Machine TIl students in a test are given below: 3.2 percent and 2 percent respectively.O. An item is drawn at random from the days production run and is found to be defective. (a) 10 19 12 22 13 26 16 27 17 29 20 33 25 37 6. the coefficient of correlation (b) Ten coins are tossed simultaneously. (i) (ii) Atleast seven heads. X: 40 38 50 60 38 55 60 70 65 60 50 48 35 30 Y: (a) and (b) Obtain the regression equation for x on y (iii) Machine III. 4 35611M15/A151D14 [P.500units 4.(b) Calculate between X and Y .500units Examine whether the marks obtained by regular students and part time students differ significantly at 5% level of significance. The following table gives the age of cars of certain make and annual maintenance costs. What is the probability that it comes from the output of (i) (ii) Machine I Machine II 7.T. Find X: Y: 5. Exactly seven heads.] .000units 2. 3 35611M15/A151D14 The regression equation for y on x .
Current Year Price (&s. Write short notes on any four of the following: (a) (b) Measures of central tendency.) (e) (f) Quantity (Kg.Production the trend values from the following figures 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 77 88 94 85 91 98 90 of production of a sugar factory. Multiple Correlation. 8 Fit a straight line trend by least squares method and tabulate Year: .) A B 100 50 75 125 4 5 6 7 75 60 90 100 C D -9. number: Base Year Items Price (Rs. (1000 tones) : Also find the production for the year 2005. 5 356~15/~15no14 6 356~15/~15no14 . 10.) ANOVA.) 5 6 7 Quantity (Kg. construct Fisher's ideal index (c) (d) Regression lines. Normal distribution. From the following.8. Polygons.
management sciences. Explain the different methods of collecting data.36 at 5% level for VI = 10 and U2 = 8). Discuss what are the problems in adopting this research design in business organizations. (b) Two random samples were drawn from two normal populations and their values are : A: ~ M n % ~ M ~ 00 ~ B: 64 66 74 78 82 85 87 92 93 95 97 Test whether the two populations have the same variance at the 5% level of significance (F = 3. 2 356~16JAl16nl15 . Describe the technique of ANOVA for one way and two way classifications. 3. pointing out the merits and demerits of each method. Describe the different methods of scale construction.(1 x 40 = 40 marks) (For those who joined in July 2000 and after) Time: Three hours Maximum: 100 marks 6. PART A1. PART B . (a) Explain the steps involved in chi-square test and how it is useful in decision making. the meaning of Analysis of Variance (ANOVA). 2. Answer any THREE questions in Part A which carry 20 marks each. Explain.35621M16/A16/D15 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY MAY 2009 5. Which one is the most suitable for conducting enquiry regarding family welfare programme in India. Part B is compulsory and carries 40 marks. 4. "Experimental method of research is not suitable in management field". (3 x 20 = 60 marks) Discuss in detail the different types of research in .
(a) (b) To print a mark sheet. 2 3563/M17/D 16 . 1. (a) (b) Answer any FIVE questions. State the different types of menus and their 8. Discuss the need for cross compilers. (a) (b) How would you move windows? State the procedure in selecting windows. Summarise the utilities of DOS. Explain basic organisation of operating 10. All questions carry equal marks. (a) Discuss MS-Word. systems. Explain backing storage devices. (a) features? (b) What is software? What are its salient FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTERS State and explain the formalities in choosing software. Defme Graphic User Interface (GUI). the customizing of a page m State the features of hardware. 5.35631M171D16 MAY 2009 6. State its relevance. write the programme in MS Access. What is batch processing? State its features. (For those who joined in July 2000 and after) Time: Three hours Maximum: 100 marks 7. 9. (a) Write the application of unix system. 3. (b) In what way UNIX system is different from other systems? 4. components. (b) 2. (a) (b) Write in detail the programming languages.
3. 1. Mi-\NAGEMENT INFORMATION AND DATA PROCESSING SYSTEM (For those who joined in July 2000 and after) Time: Three hours Maximum: 100 marks 6. 2 356~21/A21no17 .3564/M21/A21/D17 MAY 2009 5. 4. Explain the various concepts in decision making. Discuss in detail about the evaluation of the information system. With few examples give the aspects of concern in the development of an information system in future. Discuss about the operating elements of an information system and its support to management activity. All questions carry equal marks. (a) (b) Decision support systems Transaction support systems. What is MIS? Explain its relevance in Management and its association with other disciplines and extensions. 2. Discuss in detail about the following and its use in the managerial process. Describe the various phases in the decision making process. 8. 7. Answer any FIVE questions. explain the parts and give a detailed note on the hardware and software available.. What are the various stages in the process of system design? Explain how a system is designed with illustrations. With a block diagram of a computer system. Mention the various aspects of evaluation.
8. into 7. Explain the various factors taken consideration for price determination of a product. (5 x 20 = 100) J. All questions carry equal marks. Discuss the different marketing philosophies to get success in the market. 4. Discuss the different sales promotion methods adopted by Indian businessmen in the present scenario. What is meant by sales forecasting? Discuss the different methods of sales forecasting. (For those who joined in July 2000 and after) Time: Three hours Maximum: 100 marks Answer any FNE questions.3565/M22/A22/D18 MARKETING MANAGEMENT MAY 2009 6. 2 35651M22/A221D18 . 3. What are the important functions to be performed in the process of marketing? Discuss them briefly. Discuss the challenges that a marketer has to face in the future. management 2. What is meant by marketing strategy? How can we develop the marketing strategy for an organization? Elaborate with examples. Why is marketing mix an important determinant of a firm's success? What problems does a marketer face in determining a suitable marketing mix? 5.
How the economic liberalization had helped Indian industries to face the international competition? Discuss in detail in the present Indian context. All questions carry equal marks.3566nK23/A23no19 MAY 2009 6. Discuss the importance of various labour welfare legislations in India. Explain the types of currency exchange risks and strategies for managing such risks. Explain the role of Mutual Funds in mobilizing the savings of people and their various schemes. 5. 2 3566~23/A23n)19 . (5 x 20 = 100) 1. Explain the various forms of Government administration found throughout theworld. -2. ill BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT AND LAW (For those who joined in July 2000 and after) Time: Three hours Maximum: 100 marks protecting the Answer any FIVE questions. 9. Discuss the present scenario of management of businesses in India. 7. Discuss the role of WTO Intellectual Property Rights (lPRs).1956 in this direction. Discuss the various functions of stock exchanges in India. 8. 3. What is Corporate Governance? Discuss the recent amendments made in the Companies Act. 4.
Why is debt regarded as the cheapest finance for a profit making firm? 5.Machine A (Rs. The expected rate of return for the company is 16%. What are the factors which determine structure of a firm? 4. Between equity shares and debentures. 2. Describe the determinants corporate enterprise. All questions carry equal marks.435 35671M24/A24/D20 FINA. which is profitable for raising additional long-term capital for a manufacturing company and why? 3.565 MachineB (Rs. You are required to calculate Net present value and profitability Index.) 25. 1. Explain management.565 4687 3687 2687 1687 687 13. the various approaches to financial . the capital source of of dividend policy of a of factoring services in 4 35671M24/A241D20 .will not have any salvage value.jCIAL MANAGEMENT MAY 2009 (For those who joined in -Iuly 2000 and after) Time: Three hours Maximum: 100 marks PART A.435 25. Both the machines have a life of five years and .) Original cost Profit after tax : Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 687 1687 2687 3687 4687 13. Suggest the most profitability machine. Explain the significance India."t\. 6. The company is in the 40% tax bracket.(4 x 10 = 40 marks) Answer any FOUR questions.
Explain the background and recommendations Tandon Committee. Rs.000 1.000 of shares " Non-operating expenses: Loss on sale of 5.000 Calculate: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) Gross profit ratio Net profit ratio Operating profit ratio Operating ratio Expenses ratio Stock turnover ratio Return on total assets Turnover of fixed assets.00. X Ltd.000 By sales To Opening stock 20.00. "Efficient cash management will aim at maximising the availability of cash inflows by decentralising collections and decelerating cash outflows by centralising disbursements".000 Income: Administration 9.25.20. (g) (h) 10. 1. 8.50.0005.000 Cash and bank 1. 5.000 2. considering the purchase of one of the two machines. The following figures relate to X Ltd.000 Dividend Selling and 25.00.00.000 Stock 90.50.000 30.000 Profit on sale distribution 11. As the basis of selection. 100 each Reserves P and L alc Current liabilities Rs.40.000 3.00.000 5.000 stock " Gross profit 6.PART B .20.00.000 5.000 (-) returns " Purchases By closing 1. Discuss.000 20.000 assets 1. the following data was developed.000 80.00.000 "Net profit 2.000 1.00. of 9.000 To Operating " Non-operating expenses: 40.(3 X 20 = 60 marks) Balance sheet as on 31st March 2009 Liabilities Issued capital: 2000 equity shares of Rs. All questions carry equal marks. Assets Land and Building Plant and machinery 2. 3 2 3567~241A24nl20 3567~241A24m20 .000 6.000 75.000 65.000 Debtors 60.00.20.000 By Gross profit 2.000 2.000 Rs.000 Answer any THREE questions. 7. for the year ended 31st March 2009.00. Trading and P and L Alc Rs.50.
2. 2 35681M25/A25/D21 ._3568~25/A25nD21 OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT MAY 2009 5. All questions carry equal marks. Name and describe four types of layouts for manufacturing operations with illustrative examples. are the steps involved in Aggregate Planning? 8. 6. What are the management? Describe 'suitable examples. 9. Briefly explain some of the different kinds of objectives operation of operations functions with sampling plans. Explain why location decisions are important. Discuss elaborately inputs and outputs of the . Elucidate any five qualitative demand forecasting methods with suitable examples. (For those who joined in July 2000 and after) Time: Three hours Maximum: 100 marks Give a brief account of JIT manufacturing and Assembly Line Balancing. Explore the capacity planning at your university 10. What are its main advantages over quantitative techniques? 3. What Answer any FIVE questions. 7. What are the steps in the implementation of ISO 9000 quality system? Discuss in detail. How is capacity measured? What factors influence the acquisition and allocation of resources? 4. Explain the concept of Aggregate Planning. 1.MRP system. or place of business. Describe some of the factors that affect location decisions.
role and functions of trade What are the important union? Answer any FIVE questions. What are the statutory concerning discipline in the Indian industries? 8.3569~26/A26no22 MAY 2009 5. Discuss elaborately the various methods of on the job training programme and off the job training programme. 1. Explain the procedure involved in a disciplinary provisions laid down action. All questions carry equal marks. What are the important roles of job analysis in the determination of human resource requirement? What are the methods used in job analysis for collecting job related information? 4. Explain briefly the following performance appraisal systems. 1947. (a) Forced choice method (b) Critical incident methods (c) BARS 2. (For those who joined in July 2000 and after) Time: Three hours Maximum: 100 marks Bring out the rights of a recognized trade union. 7. Discuss the major causes of industrial disputes in India and explain the machinery available for resolving PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT AND INDUSTRIAL RELA'fIONS them under the Industrial Disputes Act. What are the different approaches to Collective Bargaining in India? (d) 360 .degree appraisal. 2 35691M26/A261D22 . Explain how human resource management can be instrumental in helping a company to create a competitive advantage. 3. 6.
(a) Describe any one method of finding initial basic feasible solution for a transportation problem. All questions carry equal marks. The company is faced with the problem of deciding on how to assign the existing agencies to despatch the product to need cities in such a way that the total traveling distance is minimised. 2. The distance between the surplus and deficit cities (in kilometers) is given below: (12) . there is a demand for the product in another five cities not having any agency of the company. (8) (b) A company is producing a single product and is selling it through five agencies situated in different cities. All of a sudden.3570nw27/A32nD23 OPERATIONS RESEARCH MAY 2009 (For those who joined in July 2000 and after) Time : Three hours Maximum: 100 marks Answer any FIVE questions. Explain the application of Queuing in Business. 1. 3. Discuss the application and objectives of OR.
0 :5 X :5 4. Player B 123 Player A ~~ 2 Maximize Z = 2Xl + 3x2 . ~ ~ 3 3570~7!A32nD23 35701M27! A321D23 . 0 :5 x2 :5 3.V. Solve problems: the following quadratic programming to the Find the maximum value of x = 5xl + 3x2 subject 4. what is the repairman's expected idle time each day? Also obtain the average number of sets in the system.x~ subject constraints: Xl + 2X2 :5 4 and Xl. Solve the following transportation problem by VAMmethod: Destination A B C D Availability 6 2 3 11 7 Al 1 1 11 0 6 Sources A2 10 5 8 15 9 A3 7532 Requirements 6. 2xl + 3x2 ~ 6.Surplus City Al A B C D E Determine schedule. repairman finds that the time spent on his jobs has exponential distribution with mean 30 minutes. to the constraints: Xl + X2 :5 6. 5. 10 13 3 18 11 the Deficit City Bl Cl Dl 5 9 18 19 6 12 2 4 4 9 12 17 6 14 19 optimum El 11 14 5 15 10 assignment 7. A T. 8.X2 ~ o. Solve the following game graphically. If he repairs set on FCFS basis and if the arrival of sets is with an average of 10 per 8 hour day.
All questions carry equal marks. Write an essay on strategic management in multinational corporations. What are the various forms of combination? Answer any FIVE questions. 5. Explain the tools of strategic choice with illustration. 3. 'The study of external environment in formulating 2 strategies is multi-disciplinary in approach' . 7. Define combination strategy. (For those who joined in July 2000 and after) Time: Three hours Maximum: 100 marks What is product life cycle? Why should a strategist know about this concept? 8. 10.3571/M311D24 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT MAY 2009 6.Discuss. What are the requirements of effective evaluation? strategic management. 35711M311D24 . 2. Discuss the role of strategic decision makers of a business firm. 1. Explain and illustrate Hofer's Product-market evolution matrix. State and explain the benefits and pitfalls m 9. What are the arguments for assummg and not assuming social responsibility? 4.
List out the properties of relational mapping. Discuss the various classification of constraints in detail. 1. Discuss the various types of data models in detail. How is Data retrieval. (b) Relational Algebra. RELATIONAL DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Write short notes on (For those who joined in July 2000 and after) Time: Three hours Maximum: 100 marks (a) Distributed Databases. Network data model? 4. Explain Mapping Constraints in an E-R diagram. (c) Primary Key. Describe the Database Security and Integrity. 6. 2 35721M32ID25 .. Answer any FIVE questions. 5. 3.35721M321D25 MAY 2009 7. Updation done in a 2. All questions carry equal marks. Discuss III detail the varIOUS types of SQL commands.
3573~33/A33nD26 MAY 2009 7. What are the entrepreneurial ethics? them in detail. " and also suggest remedies for those Describe the entrepreneurship._--. 10. Discuss the various qualities of an entrepreneur. 6. Discuss Describe the sources of new business ideas. 9. 5. Answer any FIVE questions. 1. Bring out the reasons for the failures of business ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND MANAGEMENT OF SMALL BUSINESS State and explain the opportunities available for (For those whojoined in July 2000 and after) Time: Three hours Maximum: 100marks an international entrepreneur. 4. Discuss in detail the problems faced by the service institutions problems. All questions carry equal marks. concept and development of 2. -_. Enumerate the various resources required for starting an enterprise. Describe the role of business innovation. Explain the application of intuitive techniques of generating ideas. plan. 8. 2 35731M38/A331D26 . 3.
1. List out the various types of factoring arrangements and explain their characteristics. Elucidate. How do you evaluate the performance of mutual funds? Will the process adopted for open ended scheme vary from that of close ended schemes? Explain. The role of Merchant Banking industry has undergone a change in terms of the different types of services offered.i5541A3C FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS MAY 2009 AND SERVICES 6. . Explain the different proposal can be evaluated. Explain the role and significance of the working of the NBFCs in India. 5. Give an account of prudential Non-Banking Financial Companies. 10. of the recent changes in the economic policy of India. Compare and contrast the rating mechanism followed by ICRA and CRISIL. 2. 9.. All questions carry equal marks. Forecase the future trends of the GIC in the light . How are they controlled? 4. 3. Critically examine the role and contribution of development financial institutions in the Indian Capital Market. 2 35541A3C . methods system by which a lease norms applicable to (For those who joined' in July 1999 or earlier) Time : Three hours Maximum: 100 marks 8. Answer any FIVE questions. What do you mean by "Financial Services"? Explain the recent trends in marketing of financial services. 7.
Answer any FIVE questions. 5. 2. What are the functions of new issues? 9. 7. Define 'Risk'. 1. Explain the nature and scope of Investment Management. Do you agree? Explain. Fundamental Analysis is superior to Technical Analysis. Describe the mechanics of Dollar Cost Averaging.the evaluation of equity shares? Explain. Explain and distinguish between Current Yield. Explain the problems and prospects of NRI investments in India. All questions carry equal marks. Discuss various types of risks. 4. Yield to Maturity and the Coupon rate. What is listing of securities? Explain the requirements for listing of securities.What factors would you consider in . INVESTMENT AND SECURITY ANALYSIS (For those who joined in July 1999 or earlier) Time : Three hours Maximwn : 100 marks . When do we adopt Random Walk Hypothesis? Explain the implications of efficient capital markets. Briefly describe the structure of Indian Financial System.r 3555/ASD MAY 2009 6. What is managed portfolio? How do you evaluate its performance? 2 3555/A3D . Explain the different types of portfolios and identify the target investors for each type. 3. Explain the services provided by stock exchanges to equity investors .. 8. 10.
Explain in detail about various number systems. 3. Explain in detail about Business activity systems. 2 85561A8G . Write short notes on : (a) Charting Techniques (b) Operating Systems (c) Finance Systems SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF BUSINESS DATA PROCESSING (For those who joined in July 1999 or earlier) Time : Three hours Maximum: 100 marks (d) Sorting Methods. Answer any FIVE questions. 2.35561A3G MAY 2009 8. in detail about the system 7. 4. Draw the block diagram of a digital computer and explain how it functions? 5. (a) Explain maintenance. 6. (b) Explain in detail about the record structure. Explain in detail about the System design. Explain in detail about Feasibility study. 1.. All questions carry equal marks. Explain in detail about data processing systems.
Write an essay on VISIOnand mission with a suitable example. . of the 8. Explain the importance of national planning for strategy formulation. Explain the importance of strategic decisions. 1.35521A31 BUSINESS POLICY MAY 2009 (For those who joined in July 1999 or earlier) Maximum: 100 marks Time: Three hours Answer any FIVE questions. What is stability strategy? Explain its importance. 3. Explain the essentials of leadership system. 4. All questions carry equal marks. Explain management. Explain the process of implementation strategy. Write an essay on evolution and philosophy strategy. 5. 6. the various approaches to strategic 2. 7.
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