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CBSE Sample Papers for Class 11 Business Studies Term 2 Set 3 for Practice
Time : 2 Hours
Maximum Marks : 40
- This is a Subjective Question Paper containing 12 questions.
- This paper contains 4 questions of 2 marks each, 4 questions of 3 marks each and 4 questions of 5 marks each.
- Section A: 2 marks questions are Short Answer Type Questions and are to be answered in 30-50 words.
- Section B: 3 marks questions are Short Answer Type Questions and are to be answered in 50-80 words.
- Section C: 5 marks questions are Long Answer Type Questions and are to be answered in 80-120 words.
- This question paper contains Case/Source Based Questions.
Section – A
(2 Marks each)
‘International businesses are large in size and provide employment to a large number of people.’
Identify and explain the scope of international business? 
Ritu is a wholesale dealer in women’s handbags. She deals with many small retailers, who buy handbags from her whenever they need them. She keeps the stock of handbags with her in large quantities. She provides warehousing facilities to various retailers. Identify the purpose served by Ritu in providing warehousing facilities? 
‘Entrepreneurs are always looking for opportunities to spread out, flourish and take their business to the next level. Modernization and diversification are excellent growth strategies.’ With reference to the given statement, explain why does a business need funds? 
Rohan is a businessman who deals in handicraft materials. He is planning to expand his business in rural areas. He wants to make use of the craftsmen and designers in the villages. Starting the business in rural areas will mitigate unemployment and alleviate poverty. Considering the case above, explain how small businesses mitigate unemployment and alleviate poverty. 
Section – B
(3 Marks each)
Shagun is a wholesaler, dealing in large quantities of laptops. She sells these to small shopkeepers/ retailers who further sell them to the customers. With the help of these small retailers who purchase the laptop from Shagun and sell them to the consumers, the consumers get various brands under one roof. What difficulties do you think will be faced by the consumers if retailers are eliminated from this chain? 
Briefly describe the features of equity shares. 
Explain any two merits and two demerits of raising funds through preference shares. 
What forms of support are offered to small industries by the government? 
Rama is a village girl who came to Mumbai to visit her relatives. She went to a shop which is centrally located with her cousin. She became astonished by the varieties of goods which were sold in this shop. The prices were also fixed. Identify the type of shop being talked about here. Describe any two characteristics of such shops.
Section – C
5 Marks each
Explain the concept of international business. 
Briefly explain the importance of international business. 
Differentiate between wholesaler and retailer. 
Case/Source Based Question
Rishika Ltd. company, an IT company registered in India wants to top the huge amount of resources for its growth and expansion from the U.K. for long-term needs. It also needs money for a period of less than 3 years to meet its medium- and short-term needs. The company is following the practice of educating and giving employment to underprivileged youth. Also, 50% of its electricity is generated through solar power. Considering the case above, identify two sources of finance that should be used by the company to meet its requirement. State two characteristics of each source of finance. 
Rohan and Ravi graduated from IIT Delhi in 2010. Rohan got placed through campus placement in IBM. He encouraged Ravi to sit in other campus placement rounds but Ravi was planning to start his small business of manufacturing leather bags. Rohan was not in favor of his start-up and thought that he cannot earn and contribute to the economic development of the country as much as he could by working in an MNC. Ravi explained the role of entrepreneurship in economic development to him. List down the points Ravi would have to Rohan. 
Shreeji Ltd. deals in various types of spices. They have shops in several cities and are located centrally in tire market areas. The owners of Shreeji Ltd. planned to expand the business and start operations in rural areas as well. They started a small unit in a village and employed many residents. They used the expertise of village people in developing new varieties and tastes of the spices. Identify and explain any five problems Shreeji Ltd. would have faced in establishing operations in a rural area.