question_answer5) ABC Ltd, a reputed industrial machines manufacturer, need Rs. 20 crore as additional capital to expand their business. Mr Kunal, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the company wants to raise funds through equity. The finance manager, Mr Amit, suggested that the share may be sold to investing public through intermediaries, as the same will be less expensive. The proposal was accepted. Name the method through which the company decided to raise additional capital.View Answer play_arrow
|[e] Research and development|
question_answer8) The net income of XYZ Ltd is Rs. 10, 20,000 and sales for the year are Rs. 70 lakh. The total investment in the business amounts are Rs. 90 lakh. Find out the return on investments for XYZ Ltd.View Answer play_arrow
|(i) Purchase of goods in which buyers devote considerable time to compare quality.|
|(ii) Consumer products which are purchased frequently, immediately and with least time and efforts.|
|(i) Mr A is a purchase manager in XYZ Ltd.|
|(ii) Mr A is a CEO in XYZ Ltd.|
|(iii) Mr A is a superintendent in XYZ Ltd.|
|(i) Planning focuses on achieving objectives.|
|(ii) Planning establishes standards for controlling.|
question_answer14) Rahul, a worker, is given a target of assembling two computers per day. Due to his habit of doing things differently, an idea struck him which would not only reduce the assembling time of computers, but would also reduce the cost of production of computers. Rahul's supervisor instead of appreciating him, ordered him to complete the work as per the methods and techniques decided earlier, as nothing could be changed at that stage.
|(i) Identify the limitation of planning as discussed in the above para.|
|(ii) In addition to the above limitation discuss three more limitations of planning.|
question_answer15) Mrs Hansaben Shah had bought a silk saree from Alka Saree Center for Rs. 7,000. She wore the saree on a couple of occasions but even before a wash it started tearing on its own. She complained to the dealer who said good once sold could not be taken back nor refund was possible.
|(i) What values of a customer are affected in this case?|
|(ii) What right can be exercised by the buyer in this case?|
question_answer16) The directors of Kashyap Ltd, an organisation manufacturing computers, wants to double the sales and have given this responsibility to their sales manager. The sales manager has no authority either to increase the sales promotion expenses or appoint new salesmen. Hence, he could not achieve this target.
|(i) Is the sales manager responsible for not achieving the target?|
|(ii) Which principle of management is violated here?|
|(iii) State any two effects, if this principle is violated.|
question_answer19) On 8th November, 2016, Prime Minister Narendra Modi banned Rs. 500 and Rs. 1,000 currency notes by implementing demonetisation policy. In the context of this statement, explain any four features of demonetisation.View Answer play_arrow
question_answer21) National Optic Fibre Network (NOFN) Project, one of the most expensive and ambitious projects in India's technology history, connects 2,50,000 Gram Panchayats in the country with a fibre optic network.
|(i) As per the reader's view, the above project is associated to which dimension of business environment?|
|(ii) How this project adds value to the society?|
question_answer22) Blue Bell School believes in all round development of children, focusing both oh academics and on sports and extra-curricular activities. Many students of this school have secured ranks at the state level in the board exams and also some of the students have excelled at the state and national games. One of the key reasons for such excellent performance of the students is that the school hires highly qualified teachers and pays them well. The school has presently vacancies for middle level classes. The internal sources have been exhausted. Explain any five sources of recruitment that the school can use for filling up these vacancies.View Answer play_arrow
question_answer23) There are two companies B and D. Total contribution of capital is Rs. 40 lakh each. The ratio of equity to total capital in company B is Rs. 10 lakh and debt is Rs. 30 lakh while in company D, the total equity capital is Rs. 40 lakh, sourced through equity. EBIT is Rs. 8 lakh, the interest rate on debt is @ 10% and the tax rate is 30%. Which company enjoys favourable financial leverage?View Answer play_arrow
question_answer24) Markfed Foods Pvt Ltd has appointed a new HR manager, who has completed his MBA from the most renowned institution in India. He was a gold medalist and has also been acknowledged as the best employee during his internship in a firm. Soon after his joining, the management noticed a drastic change in the attitude of workers towards their work. They were willing to accept new challenges, take up more challenging jobs and were able to achieve targets efficiently and effectively. Soon, the company prospered and established its name in the market. On being enquired, he confessed that all this change is attributed to Maslow's Theory of Motivation. Briefly explain Maslows Need Hierarchy Theory and also state the assumptions on which it is based.View Answer play_arrow
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