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PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT
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Part- A (3 x 20 = 60 Marks)
Answer and THREE Questions
AU Questions carry equal Marks
1. Discuss, the social responsibility 'of Modem Business.
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2. Explain the importance of Business, planning, How to formulate :;.
business planning?
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3. Define Leadership, Explain the qualities of good leadership.
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4. What are various.activities in hum'an resources management process?
5. Define Control; Explain the types of Managerial Control.
Part - B(Marks)
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6. The Samsung Group is Korea's lar.gest family owned conglomerate,
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It has reached current level of high, success through the super
leadership of Lee Byurg Chull, His vision ano his to the
family "dream" has been the guiding light of this huge finn. Hc began
by recruiting the best university graduates and then training them in
his Samsung Education and Training ,Centre. Lee worked hard to
avoid univers by providing employees with high wa.ges, good benefits
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Centralisation and decentralisation. Earlier he took advantage of
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Korea's low labour costs and emphasized growth through cost
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So he shifted his strategy to one of further growth based on
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manufacture of high quality, his value added products.
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Lee is training his youngest son 10 assume the leadership of Samsung
and to give it the "Lee family stamp" that has inspired its spectacular
success.
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Questions:
a) What is the type ofleadership that is prevailing in
b) Can you suggest andehange'in the leadership style?
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c) Can a person be a' leader and Doth? with,
I reference '\.0 3amsung's case.
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ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
Part-A (3 x 20 ~ 60 Marks)
Answer and THREE Questions
All Questions carry equal Marks
l. Explain the contingency approach of Organisational Behaviour?
2. Discuss' the impact -of globalization organisatinal behaviour with
reference to Indian Context?
3. Explain the types ofPower?
4. Explain the process of Organisational Change?
5. Is performance has to be appraised regularly? Comment.
Part- B (40 Marks)
6. Hari Sadu is an Engineer in a large design engineering office.
Han hails from a rural 'background, and his family had a low
income and stem rules. In order to earn his college degree, he had
,to work, and he paid most of his own expenses. .
Haei is an intelligent and capable engineer. His main fault is that
he does not want to take risks. He hesitates to decisions himself.
Often bringing pretty and routine Problems to his supervisor can
to other engineer colleagues of his for a decision. Whenever he
does a design job he brings it in rough draft to his chief engineer
for approval before he finalises it.
Since Hari is a capable person his Chief Engineer- wants to
motivate him. to be more independent in his work. The Chief
Engineer' believes that this approach will improve Hari's
performance, relieve the Chief Engineer from extra routing and
give H ~ i more self confident. However the Chief Engineer is not
s u r ~ how to go about motivating Hari to improve his
performance.
Question:
[n the rote of Chief Engineer, explain how you would
motivate Hari Sadu using atleast three motivational models. Be
as specific as possible
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MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING
I Part-A(5x4=20Marks)
! Answer and FIVE Questions
II 1. Explain the organisational slatus of management accountant in
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\ 2. What is capital expenditl)re? Givetwo examples for it.
I 3. What are the causes ofdepreciation?
, 4. Distinguish between Fixed and Variable Cost.
i 5. What is Marginal Costing?
l 6. What is MBO?
. Section -B (4 x 8 = 32Marks)
Answer any Four Questions.
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7. What are the functions of Financial Accounting?
_ 8. Distinguish between Financial and Management Accounting.
1 9. Discuss the Managerial Uses ofMarginal Costing.
i 10. What are the objectives of budgeting?
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I 11. What are the good qualities of a Management Report?
I 12. Distinguish between Trial Balance and Balance Sheet.
I Section - e(2 x 24 =48 Marks)
. Answer aoy Two Questions.
1 13. From the following prepare financial statements for the year
, 2004:
Cr.
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Sales
5,20;000
Purchases
2,75,000
Return outwards
9,000
Return inwards
15,000
Rent received
13,000
Carriage
12,400
58,600 Creditors
62,100
Wages
Trade expo
2,200
Bills payable
2.200
2,000
Commission
1,000
Insurance
1,200
Bank loan
20,000
Audit fees
Capital
2,50,000
Debtors
1,10,000
Bills Receivable
3,300
Advertising
5,500
Opening Stock
36,000
Cash
12,800
Bank
26,800
4 Interest on loan
1,500
, Drawings 15,000
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Fixed Asset 3,00,1)00
8,77,300
8,77,300
Adjustments:
(aJ Closing Stock Rs. 60,000
(b) Charge depreciation on fixed assets at 10%
(c) Commission earned but not received Rs. 400.

(d) Rent received in advance Rs. 1,000


(e) Interest on bank loan @ 15% p.8. is unpaid for the last 6months
(f) Allow interest on capital at 8%
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14. Prepare a flexible budget for overheads on the basis of thel
following data. Ascertain the overhead rates at 50%, 60% and!
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80% capacity.
At 6()% capacity
Variable overheads:
Indirect Material
Indirect labour
Semi Variable overheads:
Electricity (40% fixed 60%'variable)
Repairs (80% fixed)
Fixed overheads:
Depreciation
Insurance
Salaries
Total Overheads
Estimated Direct labour hou'rs
(Rs.)
3,000
9,000
15,000
1,500
8,250
2,250
7,500
46,500
93,000
15. Tbe sales and profit for 2003 and 2004 are as follows:
Sales
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2003 1,50,000
2004 1,70,000
Find out
al PN Ratio
b BEP
Profit
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25,000
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Sales to a profit ofRs 40,000
d Profit for sales of Rs. 2,50,000
e) Margin of Safety at a profit of Rs. 50,000
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PANAGERIAL ECONOMICS
Answer and FIVE Questions
All Questions carry equal Marks
"Managerial Economics is Economics applied in Decision
Making" - Discllss.
What is price elasticity of demand? How would you measure it?
What is its significance in business?
Define production function. Explain the nature and managerial
uses of production function.
Explain the cost-output relarionship in the short and long fun.
How is equilibrium of a finn determined under oligopoly if each
firm takes independent action?
"National income is in equilibrium when saving is equal to
investment" - Discuss.
Evaluate the role of fiscal and monetary policies in the growth
and direction of Indian industry.
Explain the full cost pricing theory.
QUANTITATIVE METHODS
Answer and THREE Questions
All Questions carTy equal Marks
(a) Out of the total of 1,200 students of a college, 595 take
coffee, 515 take tea, 670 smoke, 105 take coffee and tell, 290
take coffee and cigarette, 340 take tea and Cigarette and 90 take
all the three, How many students do nDt take any of them? HDw
many students take only one of them?
(b) Solve the equations by matrix, method:

3x+3y= 18
(a) Explain frequency distribution. What are the basic
principles to be observed in the construction of it.
(b)Explain various types of diagrams used in Statistics.
(a) Find the mean, median and mode
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(b) The meM and Standard deviation of items were found!s.The following are 'the number of mistakes
to be 39 and 15.' It was later found that an Item 65 was wronglYI selected from reports typed by a company's two secretanes:
included. Omit that item and find the correct mean and standard
deviation. i Male Secretary: 15 10 5' 6 8 10 12
! Female Secretary: 12 . 8 7 9 10 5 4
4. (a) What is a p2 distribution. Mention its important properties. i
(b) Calculate Karl Pearson's coefficient ofcorre!;ltion from the! Use the V-test at 1 percent level of significance, to test the null
values of X and Y, I hypothesis that the two secretaries average equal mistake per page.
X: 100 lro 105 113 In 133 137 140 150
v> 95 98 102 114 117 118 124 lIS 131 \9. A Producer of.boats estimated the following distribution of
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5.' (a) What are the components of time series? Show how a tlmei
,series is built up from these components using an example. \
(b) Calculate price index number by (i) Laspeyre's method (ii)1
No. of demand: 0 I 2 3 4 5 6
Paache's method (tit) Bowled method (iv) Fisher's
Probability: , 0.14 0.27 0.27 0.18 0.09 0.04 0.01
method.
Each boat costs him Rs. 7,000 and he sells for Rs. lO,OOO eaeh. Any
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Commodities Price Quantity
Price
boat left unsold at the end of the season must be disposed for Rs 6,000
Quantity
A 20 8 40
each. How many should be stock so as to maximize has expected pay
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10.(a) Explain Normal distribution
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'(b) The following table gives the premium payable at age completed
20 is
in years. Interpolate the premium payable at age 35
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(a) State the addition and multiplication rules in the theory of
Age completed: 25 30 40 50
probability.
Premium: 50 55 70 95
(b) In a random sample of 1987 wheat fields, 1124 were
irrigated, 568 grew wheat mixed barley and 208 were both:
irrigated and mixed with barley. What is the probability that a :
field selected at random wiII be both irrigated and pure. ':
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(a) Define hypothesis. Explain hypothesis testing under:j
different conditions.
(b) The following figures show the distribution of digits in
numbers chosen at random form a telephone directory.
Digits: 0 I 2 3 4
Frequency, 1,026 1,107 997 966 1,075
Digits: 5 6 7 8 9
Frequency: 933 1, J07 972 964 853
Test whether digits may be taken to OCcur equally frequenty in
the directory.
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RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
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Answer and THREE Questions in Part A which carry 20 marks
each. Part B is compulsory and carries 40 marks.
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1. How do you define: a research problem? discuss the main issues which I.
should receive the attention of the researchel'5 in formulating the
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research problem. I
2. Differentiate between univariate, bivariate; and multivariate analysis.
Discuss their role in data analysis with ex.amples. t
3. What is Hypothesis? Discuss briefly the procedure for testing i
hypothesis. Explain. Prepare a suitable research design for a i
consultancy organization who wishes to determine the effectives of.r
recent and campaign. t
4. Explain the importance of measurement ,of,scales in research and how i
Likert's Fivc Point Scale is used in marketing research. :
5. Explain the significance of a research report and explain the various '
steps involved in writing a research report.
Part - B-
6. (a)What are the types of Non-parametric tests?
(b) Following are the rank obtained by 10 students in lwo subjects,
Physics and Methematics. To what extent the knOWledge of the ,
students in the two subjects is related? 'j
Physic:;: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Mathematics: 2 4 1 5 3 9 7 10 6 8
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FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTERS
Answer and THREE Questions
All Questions equal Marks
Explain any three output devices in detail
Explain the functions and operations of an operating system.
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Explain how UNIX operating system differ from other operating
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Which operating system is most preferred? Explain its unique
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What is system software.? explain in detail
Define a compiler. explain its operations.
What do you mean by Graphical User Interface? Explain in detail
How do your format a window? Explain clearly.
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MANAGEMENT INFORMATION AND
DATA PROCESSING SYSTEM
Answer and FIVE Questions
All Questions carry equal Marks'
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The Fundamental ldea Behind The "Systems Approacll To.
Managemtlm" is the computer information system. Explain.
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2. How would you relate the formal organization, the informal
organization, and the management information system in a
system description of business organization? Draw a diagram to
indicate rela.tionship and information flows.
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3. Explain decision Marking in MIS. What are' the types of
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decisions? Explain each one of them with suitable eXllmples. .
4. In what ways, data communications software help in MIS?
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Outline the points that are normally included in the b.asic
funcations of the control softWare.
5. Comment on the Structured systems analysis and Design (SSAD)
and Data Flow Diagrams (IJFDs) approach to systems Analysis
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and Design. Discuss its advantages to a variety of business i
applications;.
BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT AND LOW
6. Explain the concepts ofdatabase. What is the difference between
data file, data bank and database?
7. Identify, E-Business initiatives. which will drive companies to:
switch to electronic methods of managing the business. What are
the typical characteristics of the business. whlire E-Business willil.
give large benefits. ' 2
8. Identify distinguishing features of system Developmentl' .
Meth'odology in the following services business:
{a) Banking ATM Counter
(b) Railway Reservation Counter
(c) In flight Passenger Service
(d) Hospital Reception Centre
MARKETING MANAGEMENT
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1. Bring out the importance of Marketing' in the modern business;
world. :
2. "Marketing begins and ends with consumer" -,Discuss. ,j
3. Explain tl1e various challenges and strategies faced by the j
marketers. :
4. Explain the various types of buying behaviour.
5. Briefly explain the 'Various factors that are to be considered in a1
sales forecast. ;
6. Discuss various factors you. would like to consider for selecting]
the channels of distribution for a consumer product which is sold '1
all over India. \
7. Briefly enumerate the causes for increases in sales promotion!
activities in to-days marketing. I
8. Discuss the essential feotures of a sound advertising policy. j
9. Explain the important problem of rural marketing in India and':
suggest suitable remedial measures. I
10. Write an essay on international Marketing. :
Answer and FIVE Questions
All Questions carry equal Marks
Discuss the reasons for state intervention in the economy.
Describe how the social and cultural environment affect the
business,
Explain clearly with suitable examples, how the political
environment affects business,
Write a note on technological environment of business.
"The customer is the foundation of a business and keeps it, is
existence" - Discuss this point with refemce to social
responsibilities of business towards customers.
Briefly summaries the essential features of FEMA
theclements of total. quality management. .. .
DISCUSS the background of liberalizatIOn and globalIzation policy
in India.
Write short no1e on aiw TWO
(a) Stock Exchange
(b) GAIT
(c) Bench Marking.
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PRINCIPLESQFMANAGE!\1ENT
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Three hours 'lOOmarks
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Answer ANY THREE questions
All carTy ecj"ua"ma'rks
1. "Contribution of Taylor and Fayo] in the development of
management thought" - Explain
2. Evaluate the integrated approach to decision mak!ng
3. Enumerate the characteristics of an effective leadership
4. Explain budget as a control technique and list out its limitations.
5. Enumerate the steps involved in planning and what are its
features.
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6. You are a head of, 'a large corporation -that has grown by
acquisition of-, other each of produces a
different product.-The practice has been to leave ea'ch acquisition
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under its original ,managers and simply m'ake it a subsidiary of
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the corporation.
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Each' company has its own board of directors, which has
all the powers that the board of an independent company
possesses. The only change has be'en that your corporation has
acquired a majority 'oflhe shares"outstanding, and it can therefore
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influence the board, evenoverru! it,Your company has gained by
the acquisitions ,simply. becau'se, astockholder it receives
dividends on itsshares'. I
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But some .difficulties ,have developed. The subsidiaries
are, in some cases', setting their prices too high, with the result
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that their sales; are falling off. In other instances,
subsidiaries have been introducing products that complete
those of other subsidiaries, which seems to be a waste. Inl
addition there seems to be duplication offacitities that might wellj
be handled centrally. :
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You decide to recrganlse the whole' corporation. Wha
are some of the steps you might take?
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ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
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For those who joined in july 2000 and after}
Time: Three hours Maximum: lOOmarks
PART -A-(3X20=60 Marks)
Answer any THREE questions.
All questions carry equal marks
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1. "Behaviour is generally predictable, so there is no need to'!
formally study OB". Do you agree? Discuss.
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2. Examine implicatioDs of Maslow's theory of motivation
production.
J. Discuss contingency leadership theory. .i
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4. What an: the homogeneity and heterogeneity of Indian
How do they affect organizational functioning? '1
S. Critically evaluate the variolls intervention ofOD.
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PART -B- (40 marks)
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6. Communication skills - cr!ticism !
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A supervisor war annoyed with one of his warkers. He went to
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The worker felt hurt and made a'complaint to 'the manager. The
manager called the supervisor and advised' him 'criticism should
a.lways be offered in provate while praise in ,public', The supervisor
did not agree with his view and argued that if criticism is offered in
private, only the worker will know aoout it and since others will not
know about it and since others will not knows, they may think that
the mis-deed has gone unpunished. Th.erefore unless admonitiqn is
given in public, it will not have a moral effe'et on others, which is the
maximum of discipline and punishmem in an industry. The manager
said that a criticism, if offered in public would domoralize the
employee and demotive him. Also, a controversy may arise about the
quantum of admonition given to the worker and a comparison may be
made between other persons.
With whom do you agtee and why?
MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING
(For tbose wbo joined in JUly 2000 and after)
Maximum: lOOmarks
Time: Three bours
PART -A-(5X4=20 Marks)
Answer any FIVE questions.
1. Define management Accounting.
2. What is meant by Journal iU\d Ledger?
3. H9W would YIJU calculate BEP?
4. Briefly explain the marginal costing with an illustration.
5. State chief advantages ofZBB (Zero based Budget)
6. What is by standard costing?
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PART-B- (4x8=32 marks)
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Answer any FOUR questions
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7. Explain. the advantages and limitations of management j
accounting.
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8. Desc:ribe the a-ccounting principles and concepts. ,
9. List out the different types"Of costs with examples. i
10. Explain the applications of marginal costing in \
(a) MakelBuy/Subcontract I
(b)" Detennination of economic price of raw materials. !
(c) Capital investments decisions. 1
II. Bring out the principles, mechanics and usages of'zero Based !
Budget (ZDB)
12. Describe the qualities of a good management report.
PART -C- (2)24=480 marks)
Answer Rny TWO questions
13. From the following, prepare the Trading and profit and less ale
for the year-ended 31.03.03 and a Balance sheet as on that data.
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Particulars Rs.
Particulars Rs.
Capital 1,00,000 Sales 2,50,000
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Bank 4,000 Carriage 1,600
Cash in hand 1,000
Gas 4,400
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Bl.vtdings 60,000
Creditors 24,400
Wages 30,000
Debtors 30,000
Salaries 20,000
Purchase. returns 4,000
Rent and rats 3,600
Sales returns 3,000
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Stock(I.4.02) 1,600 Furniture 8000
Purchases 1,40.000 Discounts allowed 1,000
Insurance 1,600 Furniture 6,000
Machinery 24,000
Travelling Expresses 3,600
Drawings 16,000 Loans 20,000
Land 27,000
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(a)' Prepaid insurance Rs. 400
(b) Depreciation of Machinery 26% furnirore 10%
(c) Interest on capital at 3%
(d) Outstanding wages Rs. 1,600, out standing salaries Rs.
1,200
(e) Write of Bad debts Rs. 1,000 and create a reseJVe for bad
bebts at 3% on.. debtors
(I) Closing stock lis. 20,000
14. ITe Ltd. have prepared to budget for the production of 1 lakh
units of the only commodity manufactured by them. for a costing'
period as under.
Rs.(\akh)
(a) Raw material 2.52
(b) Direct Labour 0.75
(c) Direct expenses 0.1,0
(d) Works over head (60 % fixed) 2.25
(e) Administrative over heads (80% fixed) 0040
(f) Selling over head'(50% fixed) 0.20
The actual production during the period was only 60,000
units. Calculate the revised budgeted cost per unit.
IS. An analysis of Tip top manufacturing
co. Ltd. Led [Q the
following information:
Cost element Variables cost
Fixed cost
(O/l)of sates)
Direct material 32.8
Direct Labour 28.4 1,89,900
Factory oHs
12.6 58.400
Distribution oHS I 4.1 66,700
Administrative oHS 1.1
Budgeted sales are Rs. 18,50,000. You are required to determine
(a) He break-even sales volume
(b) The profit at the budgeted sales volume.
(c) 'The profit if actual sales
(i) Drop by 10%

(ii) Increase by 5% from budgeted sales.
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MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS
(For those who joined in July 2000 and after)
Time: Three hours
Maximum; lOOmarks
Answer F1VE qu.estions
All questions carry equal marks
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1. Describe the methods for measuring profit. \
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2. What are the different methods of measuring national I
Which methods have been followed in India? I
3. Explain the classification ofcost.
4. What 'are the methods of demand
forecasting? Discuss
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application in decision - making.
5. List and explain
different typt:s of elasticity with suitable.\
examples.
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6. Assess the relationship of managerial economics with other
functional areas of management. :1
7. Explain the nature ofdemand for various goods and services
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Time: Three bours Muximum: lOOmarks
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Answer FIVE questions
All questions carry equal maries
1. (a) 1n a survey of SOOO persons, it was found: that 2;&00 read
Hindu while 4OD-read both papers, How many Tead neither Indian
Express nor Hindu.
(b) The sum of two po>itive number> is 16:Find the nambers if
their product is maximum.
2. (a) Writ short notes on:
(i) Histogram
(ii) Frequency curve
(iii) Frequency polygon
(iv) Ogive
(b) Draw Histogram and frequency polygon on thc basis of
the following data:
39 46 53 60
Mid Valuc : 18 25 32
15 32 42 26 12 9
Frequency : 10
3. (a) Find Mean, Median and Mode:
100-119
120-139
Expenditure: 40-59
60-79 80-99
250 500 100
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J'lo.offamiHes: 50
(b) What is the probability that:
a leap years selected at random will contain 53
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Surtdays.
a year selected at random will contain 53
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suppliers. He had the samples tested in his own laboratory for
8. (a) What are the factors which lead to type I and n errors in the
process of testing of hypothesis? Explain with illustrations.
testing weight with the following , I
Testlng WeIght Sample from
(b) Calculate the cost of living index number from the following
data:
Company A Company 8 I'
50-60 J 10
Group: A
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B C D E
70-80 22 36 j
Index: 360 220 230 160 190
Weight: 48
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12 9 12 15
Which company's envelop is more variable in quality?
9. (a) Explain the Mann-Whitney with the help of an
example.
5. (a) For binomial distribution with n=2 and p = 113, compute the
mean and the mode.
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(b) If
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2 3
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(b) A sample of ten house Owners is drawn and the following 1
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values of their incomes are obtained. Mean Rs. 6,000; standard
deyiation Rs. 650, Test the hypothesis that the average income of I
house owners of the town in Rs. 5,500.'
10. (a) What is decision tree analysis? How is it different from
statistical 'decision theory?
6. (a) What are errors? Describe methods of
controlling them. (b) Calculate Karl Pearson's coefficient of correlation from tile
values of X andY
(b) Calculate the quartile deviation:
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X: 18 27 30 28 25 23, 30
22 24 23
Class Y: 13 22 23 24 20 16 16 21 24 24
interval:
8-12
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12-16 16-20
20-24
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Frequency;
5
J2 20
10
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RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
7. (a) Explain the various methods of estimating the secular trend of
(For those who joined in JUly 2000 and after)
a time-series.
Time: Three bours
Maximum: 100marks
(b) Extrapolate the business done in 1994 from the following
data;
PART-A-
Year: 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993
Business done Answer ANY THREE questions
(Rs, LakhsJ: 150 235 365 525 780
1. Briefly explain different types of 'research along with their'
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practical applications and limitation's ifany.
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2. ' Discuss interview as a technique of data collection.
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3. Discuss non-probability sampling techniques.
4. What are the techniques of developing measurement tools?
5. How do you go ahead with the work of drafting a report on the -1
research work you have carried out? What an> the various steps I
involved in report writing? What are the usual contents of a J
report On research work? ,
PART-B- (lX40=040j i
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6. (a) What id discrimiriant - Explain
(b) The following figures, released by Federal Trade
Commission, show the milligmms of tar and nicotine found in 10
brands ofcigarettes.
Cigarette Brand Tar Content Nicotine Content
Viceroy
14
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Marlboro'
17 1.1
Chester field
28 1.6
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Koel
17
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Kent
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16 1.0
Raleigh
13 0.8
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Old Gold 24 LS
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Philip Morris
25 1.4
Oasis
18 1.2
Players
31 2.0
Calculate the rank correlation coefficient to measure the degree
of relationship between tar and nicotine content in cigarettes.
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FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTERS
(Revised syllabUs)
(For those who in July 2000 and arter)
Time: Three hours
Maximum: lOOmarks
Answer ANY THREE questions
All questions can)' equal marks
I. Explain the architecture of Micro, Mini and mainframe
computers.
2. What do you mean by Time sharing? Explain in detail.
3. Explain the application of UNIX operating system
4. What is Disk Operating System? Explain
_5. Distinguish between translators and compilers.
6.' Explain any two programming Languages
7. Explain Graphical User Interface with an example
8. Explain the contents bf any four icons in windows operating
system.
24 ?dill)! fPap'" ("'Ul'Y2008) 25 '1(J1.maraj Vniuersity)
. 1
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION AND MARKETING MANAGEMENT
DATA PROCESSING SYSTEM
(For those who joined in July 2000 and after) (For those wbo joined in July 200Q and after)
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Time: Three hours
Maximum: lOOmarks iTime: Three hours Maximum: lOOmarks
Answer ANY' FIVE questions
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All questions carry equal marks
1. "Ifthere is no cpmprehensive MIS, all departments will function j
in isolation" Discuss.
2. What is a distributed database and how does it differ from
distributed data processing?Explain in cleta'II
3. Discuss therole of computer in MIS.
4. Write about supply chain decisions related to four decision areas -1
(a) Loalian
(b) Production
(c) Inventory
(d) Transportation
5. Describe the applications of decision support system.
6. Explain the' problems that may be encountered during system
implementation. .
7. Explain various stages of system design. How proper design
helps during implementation stage?
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&. Highlight the recent softwares have been developed aJ'ld utilized
by the recent management information system.
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Answer'any Five questlons.
1. Define marketing management Explain its objectives and
significance.
2. Elaborate the factors that influence Buyer: Behaviour.
3. Discuss the role of product planning and product development in
marketing the product successfully.
4. Define marketing strategies. Explain its scope and merits.
5. What is personal selling? Explain its objectives and importance.
6. Discuss the emerging trends in Retailing.
7. Describe the factors which preverit the development of rural
markets in India.
8, Discuss the emerging trends in telemarketing and E
marketing.
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BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT AND LAW
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(For those who joined in July 2000 and after)
Time: Three hours
Maximum: iOOmarks
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PART-A-

Answer ANY FrYE questions I
All questions carry marks.
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1. How a business can be improved by the study of business !
environment?
2. Trace the growth and discqss the reasons for state intervention in
the economy.
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3. Describe the objectives, of Indian Contract a Act.
4. 'Privatisation can transform the industrial scenario of India' _
Discuss. i
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5. Describe the functions ofWTO
6. Discuss the social responsibility ofToday':; business.
7. Describe the demographic environment related to business.
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8. Discuss the interaction between socia-cultural elements and the 0;
business. ,.
9. Write notes on any TWO: .,
(a) Indian corporate culture
(b) Mutual funds
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(c) Regional trade blocs.

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