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Nature and significance of Management Testing – 1 (Direct questions) Define and explain the meaning of management.

(2) Give in brief the features of management. (3) Explain the objectives of management. (4) Give the significance of management in detail. (5) Briefly explain management as an art. (6) Why is management regarded as a science? (7) Explain management as profession. (8) (A) Describe different level of management. OR Write a note on top level management. (B) Write in brief middle level management. (C) Write the functions of lower level management. (9) Distinguish between top, middle and lower level of management. (10) State with reasons whether the following statements are True or False: (1) Management is an universal process. (2) Management as a process has no significance for an organisation. (3) There are no separate levels of management in an organization. (4) Management aims at achieving goals for its organisation. (5) Management is a profession. (6) Management is a continuous process. (7) Management aims at achieving business objectives. (8) Objective of management is to obtain minimum output and maximum input. (9) Management has to maintain good relations with all. (10) Management is a perfect art. (11) Management is neither a pure science nor a fine art. (12) Profession does not have any ethics or code of conduct. (13) Board of Directors is the part of lower management. (14) The top level management is administrative in nature. (15) The managers receive orders and instructions from lower level of management.
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(a) Management (b) administration (c) organisation Management is a profession because it has _______. Management is required even for a very small business. Management is required to conduct business as well as non business activity. ________ is the basic and motivating factor of management. (a) Specialized knowledge (b) training facilities (c) code of conduct. (a) synonymous (b) different (c) synonymous and different. management and administration are _________. Levels of management are done according to the size of the organisation. a science and a profession. Management can be seen as an object.1 (A) Select the correct option from the options given below and rewrite the sentences: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) Important decisions in the business are made by __________.(16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) (26) (27) (28) (29) Middle level management interprets and communicates the policies to top level management. According to views expressed by different management authorities. (a) Human element (b) Capital (c) Direction Top management does _______ and ______ function. Management cannot be considered as a business. Management can be done without any objective. Testing II Q. . Lower level management is engaged in line policy making. We cannot make any changes in the field of management. (a) supervisory (b) operative (c) determination and administration. The top level management performs the function of planning. Management is an ______ to co-ordinate group efforts attaining the cherished goals of the business. (a) activity (b) process (c) objective. Management is an art. Management helps in using the resources properly. Management is an art only. The professional manager does not need special knowledge and skill.

(a) blackmoney (b) resources (c) international market (16) Management uses _______ methods of observation. (9) Management is a ________ science. (a) work hard (b) take initiative (c) earn more (14) Management is _________. (a) group (b) individual (c) social (8) Management is a _______ process. (a) continuous (b) stable (c) one time. (a) order (b) co-ordinate (c) help (13) Management motivates the employees to _________. (a) unscientific (b) artificial (c) scientific (17) To help top level management in co-ordinating the activities is the function of _____ level management. (a) top (b) middle (c) lower (7) Q1. (10) There are _______ levels of management in an organisation.Management is a _________ activity. (a) middle (b) lower (c) supervisory (18) To look after maintenance of machinery is the function of ______ level management. (a) Social (b) physical (c) natural. (12) Management means to ______. (B) Match the following pairs: (I) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Group – A Management Policy Making Thinking Function Doing Function Top level management (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) Group – B Administration function Human knowledge Top level management Lower level management Middle level management Management function . (a) Dynamic (b) static (c) selective (15) Management ensures the optimum use of ________. (a) two (b) four (c) three (11) Formulating the plan is main function of _______ management. (a) top level (b) middle level (c) lower level.

O. Fill in the blanks: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) Administration is the involvement of ______ management. Lower level management is also known as ______ management.1. (C).D Group – B (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) Need of creativity Can be seen Administration Intangible Formal education Policy framing Implementation of policies Selective Directing subordinates to complete task Cause effect relationship Group – B Top level management Management as an art. ______ deals with setting. Top level Management’ Management is a Profession Lower level Management Knowledge of Administration Policy determination / B. . Management has ______ objectives. ______ is an art of getting things done through others.(g) (h) Group – A (II) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Management Management is an art. Board of Directors Practice oriented Service motive Technical skills Applicable to all organisation Management as a science. seeking and reaching objectives. Applicable to business organisation (III) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Group – A Systematic Body of knowledge Lower level management Management as universal process Management as profession Direction and control (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) Q. Supervisor level of management is directly linked to the _____ function of the firm.

(7) Q. (10) The level which executes the policy. (15) European thinkers believe management is _____ than administration. (12) The level of management which requires large number of persons. (9) Management is a ______ science. (12) Management has to satisfy unlimited want through limited ______. (8) Management is ______ oriented. (9) The highest level of management in the hierarchy. (5) Another name for lower level management. (16) A professional charges ______ for his services. (19) The word management is derived from Latin word _________. (3) The activity which aims at achieving a definite goal. (14) Management is co-ordination of ______ and physical resources. (11) The level of management which requires few people. (13) Levels of management which consists of supervisors and foremen. (22) Implementation of policies is the function of _____ level management. (8) Level of management takes policy decision. (23) Every profession has a ______ of conduct. (14) Level of management which consists of departmental managers. (7) Level of the management which performs administrative functions.Generally there are _____ levels of management in the organisation. (21) Planning and policy making is the function of ______ level management.1 (D) Write a word or a phrase or a term for the following statements: The art of getting things done through people. (17) Management is done to achieve _________. (10) At the ______ level of management. (18) Management is getting things done through _________. (4) Level of management requiring analytical or conceptual skill. (11) Management means to ____________. personnel are few. (2) Systematic body of knowledge. (13) Management is an ______ of getting work done through others. (20) Usually there are ______ levels of management in an organisation. (1) . (24) Management is derived from ______ word. (15) Level of management which consists of chairman and board of directors. (6) Level of management requiring human skills.

State the features of management in brief? What are the objectives of management? How is management important for every organisation? Why is Management an Art? State how management is a science? What are the similarities between management and profession? How will you examine whether management is an art or a science? . Management as a Profession. (17) The art of directing and inspiring people. (21) Level of management that evaluates the performance of various departments. Q. Q. Write short notes on the following: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) Nature of Management. Middle Level Management and Lower Level Management. Functions of Middle Level Management.(16) State the level of management in which Class-I executives is involved.3. (20) Level of management that links top level and lower level management. Importance of Management. Management as an Art. Distinguish between: (1) (2) (3) Top Level Management and Middle Level Management.2. Q. Management as a Science. Functions of Top Level Management. Functions of Lower Level Management. (18) The application of skill and knowledge to bring the desired result. (19) Systematic body of knowledge. Top Level Management and Lower Level Management. Write Short Answers of the following: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) What is Management? State the concept of management in brief. Features of Management.4.

Explain the functions of the different levels of management. Management is neither a pure science nor a fine art. Explain the levels of management and discuss their features.(10) Explain how management is a process and an activity. Explain in detail the significance of management. ****** .5. group and discipline. (11) Lower level Management links Middle Level and Worker. Discuss whether management is an art. science or profession. Q. Long Answer Type Questions: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) What is Management? State the features of Management.