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BUSINESS STUDIES PROJECT(2013-14)

Project Work in the Business Studies has been introduced by CBSE with the purpose to help
students understand the framework within which a business operates, and its interaction with
the social, economic, technological and legal environment.Project Work will help to expose the
students to life beyond textbooks giving them opportunities to refer materials, gather
information, analyse it further to obtain relevant information and decide what matter to keep.
OBJECTIVES-After doing the Project Work in Business Studies, the students will be able to do the
following:
get an opportunity for exposure to the operational environment in the field of
business management and related services;
inculcate important skills of team work, problem solving, time management,
information collection, processing, analysing and synthesizing relevant information
to derive meaningful conclusions;
get involved in the process of research work
FIELD VISIT PROJECT
The objective of introducing Field Visit project among the students is to give a first
hand experience to them regarding the different types of business units operating in
their surroundings, to observe their features and activities and relate them to the
theoretical knowledge given in their text books.
STUDENTS NEED TO PREPARE A PROJECT BASED ON A FIELD TRIP VISIT TO ANY ONE
TOPIC FROM THE FOLLOWING:
1. Visit to a Handicraft unit.
2. Visit to an Industry.
3. Visit to a Departmental store.
Hints for the project
1. Visit to a Handicraft Unit.
The purpose of visiting a Handicraft unit is to understand nature and scope of its business,
stake holders involved and other aspects as outlined below-
a) The raw material and the processes used in the business: People /parties/firms from
which they obtain their raw material.
b) The market, the buyers, the middlemen, and the areas covered.
c) The countries to which exports are made.
d) Mode of payment to workers, purchasers etc.
e) Working conditions.
f) Modernization of the process over a period of time.
g) Facilities, security and training for the staff and workers.
h) Subsidies available/ availed.
2. Visit to an Industry.
a) Nature of the business organisation.
b) Determinants for location of business unit.
c) Form of business enterprise: Sole Proprietorship, Partnership, Undivided Hindu
Family, Joint Stock Company( a Multinational Company).
d) Different stages of production/process
e) Auxiliaries involved in the process.
f) Workers employed, method of wage payment, training programmes and facilities
available.
g) Social responsibilities discharged towards workers, investors, society, environment
and government.
h) Levels of management.
i) Code of conduct for employers andemployees.
j) Capital structure employed- borrowed v/s owned.
k) Quality control, recycling of defective goods.
l) Subsidies available/availed.
m) Safety Measures employed..
n) Working conditions for labour in observation of Labour Laws.
o) Storage of raw material and finished goods.
p) Transport management for employees, raw material and finished goods.
q) Functioning of various departments and coordination among them (Production, Human
Resource, Finance and Marketing)
3.Visit to a Departmental store
a) Different departments and their lay out.
b) Nature of products offered for sale.
c) Display of fresh arrivals.
d) Promotional campaigns.
e) Spaces and advertisements.
f) Assistance by Sales Personnel.
g) Billing counter at store Cash, Credit Card/ Debit Card, swipe facility. Added attractions
and facilities at the counter.
h) Additional facilities offered to customers
i) Number of floors, shops occupied and unoccupied.
j). Nature of goods dealt in: local brands, international brands,
k). Service business shops- Spas, gym, saloons etc.
l)Innovative facilities.
m). Parking facilities
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Winter Project
Session: 2013-14
Subject: Economics (Commerce)
Marks: 10
INDIVIDUAL J OURNAL REVIEW IS ASSIGNED TO EACH STUDENT OF EACH
SECTION OF COMMERCE STREAM
Sl.
No.
Project Title Name of the Student
1. Indian Tea Industry in the context of Intellectual
Property Right (IPR) and Geographical Indication (GI) -
-- By Parag Shil, Suchismita Das
Yash Bansali (C)
2. Review of Global Tea Production and the Impact on
Industry of the Asian Economic Situation ---By Alastair
Hicks
Radhika Baheti(C), Avik
Khemani (D)
3. Changing Market Scenario for Indian Tea--- By Kakali
Hazarika
Lossi (C), Rukshana Ahmed
(D)
4. An Evaluation of original Tai Culture Heritage among
the Tai Ahom of Assam in the light of their Ethno-
cultural contacts and exchanges with other Ethnic groups
in Northeast India---By Puspadhar Gogoi
Nikita (C)
5. Entrepreneurship in Small Tea Plantation: A case of
Assam--- Kaberi Borah
Krishan Mittal (C), Namrata
Choudhary (D)
6. Historical Review of Growth of Tea Industries in India-
A study of Assam Tea--- By Suparna Roy
Mriganka (C), Siddhant
Prasad (D)
7. Problems of Small Tea Growers in Assam with
Reference to Lakhimpur district --- By Dr. Niranjan
Kakati
Radhika Harlalka (C), Aryan
Bansal (D)
8. Role of small tea growers in the socio-economic
development of Udalguri district of Assam --- By
Debabrate Sen, Dr. Sudarshan Nath
Debraj Dutta (D)
9. Some ethnomedicines used by the Tai Ahom of
Dibrugarh district, Assam, India By Dilip Kalita and
Bonoranjan Phukan
Milan (C), J ayesh Agarwal
(D)
10. Tea-Labour in Assam, Recruitment and Govt. Policy,
1840-80--- Suranjan Chatterjee and Ratan Das Gupta
Ritika(C), Shekh Mayur
Ahmed (D)
11. Tea Statistics: Global Scenario --- By A. Basu
Majumdar. B. Bera and A Rajan
Nabajit Saha (C), Varun
Purohit (D)
12. Labour Relations practices in tea industry of Assam- Pikesh (C), Mohit Verma (D)
Winter Project
Session: 2013-14
Subject: Economics (Commerce)
Marks: 10
INDIVIDUAL J OURNAL REVIEW IS ASSIGNED TO EACH STUDENT OF EACH
SECTION OF COMMERCE STREAM
with special reference to J orhat district of Assam--- By
Dr. Horen Goowalla
13. Export scenario and challenges in front of Indian Tea
Industry in the 21
st
century --- By Parag Shil
Aditya Kedia (C), Ankit
Goduka (D)
14. Beneficial effects of green tea: A literature review --- By
Sabu M Chacto, Priya T. Thambi, Ramadasan Suttan,
Ikuo Nishigaki
Charu Bukalsaria (C), Aayush
Rinwa (D)
15. Current status and future development of global tea
production and tea products --- By Alastair Hicks
Himanku (C), Kaustav (D)
16. Tea for your health tea and health scientific research Vartika Agarwal (C), Anshul
(D)
17. Physical geography of Assam Ritesh Agarwal (C), Kashyap
Sharma (D)
18. Different agricultural products of Assam Priyank Khetan (C), Celeste
Sampson (D)
19. Traditional tools in agricultural practices --- By C.
Karthikeyan, D. Veerangaavathatham, D. Karpagam and
S. Ayisha Firdouse
Lokesh Mittal (C), Kaman
Miyu (D)
20. Modern machines in Agriculture Abhinav Bajaj (C), Monideep
Baishya (D)
21. Changing pattern of agricultural productivity in the
Brahmaputra valley, Assam, India --- By Bimal Sharma
Aman Bhimsaria (C), Neha
J ain (D)
22. State Agricultural policy Dopum (C), Himangshu (D)
23. Factors and constraints for adopting new agricultural
technology in Assam with special reference to Nalbari
District: An empirical study--- BySahabuddin Ahmed
Aditya Modi (D)
24. Impact of agricultural practice on ecosystem services ---
By M.R.Davari, Moola Ram, J .C.Tewari and S. Kaushik
Debarshi Hazarika (C),
Manohar Chokani (D)
25. Future of foodgrain production in India--- By Avik
Bhaduri, Upali Amarasingha and Tushaar Shah
Shubham Shah (C), Heena
Rupani (D)
26. Notes on the production of tea in Assamand in India
generally--- By J .C. Marshman
Harshit (C), Saransh Beriwal
(D)
Winter Project
Session: 2013-14
Subject: Economics (Commerce)
Marks: 10
INDIVIDUAL J OURNAL REVIEW IS ASSIGNED TO EACH STUDENT OF EACH
SECTION OF COMMERCE STREAM
27. Feasibility Report on Future Market for Tea--- By A
Damodoran
Shvesh Poddar (D)
28. Tea for good health --- By P.R. Krishna Swamy Rahul (C), Nishika Agarwal
(D)
29. Tea industry needs revamping --- By Dhurjati
Mukharjee and Patatri De Sankar
Ankit Agamachariya (C),
Saurav (D)
30. Reduction of Rural Poverty through Small Holding Tea
cultivation: A Socio-Economic study- -- By K Kazi
Ahammed
Shristy (C), Yash Deorah (D)
31. Tea Tribes are lagging behind in the process of
Urbanization A study on selected Tea Gardens of
J orhat District, Assam --- By Kakali Hazarika
Rishab Agarwal (C)
32. Factors affecting brand equity in the tea industry--- By
Samar Alsadat Mirrashed
Aman Raj (C)
33. Prospects and Problems of TourismIndistry in Assam ---
Dr. Dinesh Das
Anangsha Das (C), Sanket
Bhatter (D)
34. Hypertension andits risk factors in tea garden workers
of Assam --- By N.C.Hazarika, D. Biswas, K. Narain,
H.C. Kalita, J Mahanla
J yoti Charan (D)
35. Tea Industry in India- Analysis of Import and Export of
Tea --- By Dr. R. Sivanesan
Binayak (C)
36. A Historical Background of Tea in Assam --- By
Gadapani Sarma
37. Yield and Quality response of tea plant to fertilizers---
By Shahram Sedaghathoor, Ali Mohammadi
Torkashvand, Davood Hashemabadi and Behzad
Kaviani
38. Assam Tea Garden Labour Strike of 1920-21: A Fresh
Appraisal --- By Sanat Bose

HOLIDAY HOME WORK
CLASS - 11
Instructions:
1. Please complete the work in a separate note book .
2. The work should be neat and tidy.
3. The complete work needs to be submitted on the first day the school reopens
after the vacation.
4. These questions have been taken from the Miscellaneous Exercises of
NCERT TEXT BOOK for CLASS 11














































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WINTER ASSIGNMENT
Sub-Informatics Practices Class- XI
ACADEMIC YEAR 2013 14
Q1. What are MySQL Functions ? What are their different types? Name them.
Name the Group Functions in MySQL.
Q2. What is the function of HAVING clause ?Is it possible to use GROUP BY
clause on multiple columns? Give an example to justify your answer.
Q3. Give the difference between NOW( ) and SYSDATE( ).Write a query to illustrate the difference
between the two.
Q4. Given the following EMPrelation . Write SQL command for question (a) to (d) and the
output for (e).
EMPNO ENAME JOB MGR HIREDATE SAL COMM DEPTNO
7369 Sunita Sarma CLERK 7902 1980-12-17 2800 20
7499 Ashok Sinha SALESMAN 7698 1981-02-20 3600 300 30
7521 Rohit Rana SALESMAN 7698 1981-02-22 5350 500 30
7566 J yoti Kaneria MANAGER 7839 1981-04-02 4975 20
7654 Martin S SALESMAN 7698 1981-09-28 6250 1400 30
7698 Vinod Goel MANAGER 7839 1981-05-01 5850 30
7782 Chetan Gupta MANAGER 7839 1981-06-09 2450 10
7788 Sudhir Rawat ANALYST 7566 1987-04-19 5000 20
7839 Kavita Sharma PRESIDENT 1881-11-17 5000 10
7844 Tushar Tiwari SALESMAN 7698 1981-09-08 4500 0 30
7876 Anand Rathod CLERK 7788 1987-05-23 6100 20
7900 J agdeep Rana CLERK 7698 1981-12-03 4950 30
7902 Sumit Vats ANALYST 7566 1981-12-03 3500 3600 20
7934 Manju Kaushik CLERK 7782 1982-01-23 5300 10


(a)To convert the designation into lower case
(b)To list the name and the employee number by converting the name into upper case.
(c) To list position of character a in the name of the employees.
(d)Display the first three characters of the field JOB .
(e)What will be the output of the following:
(i) Select ENAME ,INSTR(ENAME ,a) From EMP;
(ii) Select SUBSTR(ENAME,1,5) From EMP;
(iii)Select CONCAT(ENAME,JOB) From EMP;
Q5. f) Write the output of:
(i) Select 1000+SQRT(100);
(ii) Select TRIM( ROYAL GLOBAL SCHOOL );
(iii) Select UPPER (Royal Global School);
(iv) Select SUBSTR ( TRIM( INDIA IS GREAT ),3,9) ;
(v) Select FLOOR(3456.98) +CEIL(9876.89);
Painting Home work
1. Thirty sketches(pencil only) , human figure.
2. Five detailed drawing of any object or any body parts such as fingers etc.
3. Three water color(Leaves and flowers, landscape and any object)
4. One still life with acrylic colors.
5. One color pencil drawing.
6. Theory: Media of Composition and Fundamentals of paintingsfrom Spectacle of Fine Arts
book.
7. Theory: Ajanta cave, Elephanta caves and Bronze sculptures from Theory book.
WINTER ASSIGNMENT
CLASS-XI SCIENCE / COMMERCE
Read chapter 5, 6 and 7 of Canterville Ghostand answer the
followingquestions:
1. Do you think Sir Simon Canterville as the ghost deserved the ridicule
made on him by the twins of the Otis family? Comment 5marks
2. Describe the Garden of Death. 5marks
3. Virginia is gifted a box of his familys jewels by the ghost. Comment on
this gesture of the ghost. 5marks
4. Describe the funeral of Sir Simon Canterville. 5marks
5. Death must be so beautiful. What is the view of the ghost about death?
Explain. 5marks