Business Studies : Part - II 2010 CBSE [ Delhi] Set I

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  • Q1

    List any two organisational objectives of management.

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    Answer:

    Survival and growth

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  • Q2

    Give any one reason why principles of management do not provide a readymade solution to all managerial problems.

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    Answer:

    They do not provide a readymade solution because they are formed by practice and experimentation.

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  • Q3

    Volvo Ltd’s target is to produce 10,000 shirts per month at a cost of Rs. 100 per shirt.  The Production Manager could achieve this target at a cost of Rs. 90 per shirt. Do you think the Production Manager is ‘effective’? Give one reason in support of your answer.

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    Answer:

    Yes, he is effective as he is able to produce 10,000 shirts in a month i.e. he has finished the given task and achieved his goals.

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  • Q4

    State the objective of ‘Method Study’.

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    Answer:

    The objective of method study is to simplify the operations by reducing the distance between the place of storage and the consumption of raw materials.

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  • Q5

    Give any one limitation of internal sources of recruitment.

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    Answer:

    The scope of induction of fresh talent is reduced.

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  • Q6

    Name the method of training in which trainees learn on the equipments they will be using.

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    Answer:

    Vestibule Training

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  • Q7

    Name the financial decision which will help a business man in opening a new branch of its business.

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    Answer:

    Investment Decision

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  • Q8

    ‘Cost of debt’ is lower than the ‘cost of equity share capital’. Give reason why even then a company cannot work only with the debt.

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    Answer:

    To avoid permanent burden of paying interest, a company cannot work only with the debt.

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  • Q9

    Which act of consumer protection provides for the formation of Consumer Protection Council’s in every district and state of the country?

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    Answer:

    Consumer Protection Act 1986

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  • Q10

    Why consumer protection is important for consumers? Give any one reason.

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    Answer:

    Consumer protection is important for consumers to protect them against deceptive advertisements, misleading labels etc.

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