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CBSE Sample Papers for Class 11 Business Studies Term 2 Set 4 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
Identify and explain any two sources of finance which remain invested in the business for a longer duration and are not required to be refunded during the life period of the business. 
Bakson Cakes and Cookies Ltd. challenged Cake Boutique Ltd. for the use of their trade secrets of baking cakes with minimum fats, no maida, no egg and their exclusive special designs of cakes and biscuits because Cake Boutique Ltd. is selling a range of products claiming the same features, same designs, same colour combinations and while using the packaging, which is deceptively similar to the packaging of Bakson Cakes Ltd. On the basis of the given information answer the following questions:
(i) Which concept of business protection laws can help Bakson Ltd. to protect themselves against Cake Boutiques Ltd ?
(ii) State any one purpose of the concept identified above. 
What purpose is served by the wholesaler by providing warehousing facilities? 
These shareholders do not get the right to participate in the annual meeting of the company but get the preferential right for the payment of dividends. Explain the preferential rights enjoyed by such shareholders.
Section – B
Ramya runs a cloth shop at her house in Jaipur selling exclusively designed Kurtis, skirts,dresses etc designed by her Fashion Designer friend Shipra. During Festive seasons she sells in local business Exhibitions and Trade fairs etc. During Covid times to have uninterrupted sales she started taking online orders from the customers. This has resulted not only in having wider access but also in great convenience to the customers in buying products of their requirements.
(i) Identify the type of intermediary Ramya is?
(ii) Enumerate any four functions performed by Ramya as a channel of distribution. 
Explain the services provided by Wholesalers to Manufacturers. 
Explain the services provided by Retailers to Consumers. 
The capital structure of any company is said to be optimum when there is a balance between both owned and borrowed capital raised by the company as they both have their own merits and demerits. Write any three points of differences between owners’ fund and borrowed funds. 
Rohit a poor farmers son, is a very ambitious entrepreneur from a small village of Odisha. He, after completing his studies, wants to generate employment opportunities by promoting the local art of his village artisans by trading their goods in haat bazaars of various cities of Odisha, where their artwork can be sold for a good price. But he was not able to arrange resources to give practical shape to his business idea. His friend told him about Start up India scheme and benefits which are provided to entrepreneurs. Now Rohit is running his business as a successful entrepreneur 
(i) What is Start up India scheme?
(ii) Name any four ways to fund start ups.
Section – C
(5 Marks each)
“Identify the type of internal trade in which goods are sold and bought in large quantities for the purpose of resale or intermediate use. Enlist the features of such internal trade. H
“Imagine your life without local markets”. What difficulties would a consumer face if there is no retail shop? 
Puma stores are networks of retail shops owned and operated by Puma Company. These shops operate in different parts of the country. One can easily identify these shops in any part of the country as they have same appearance; even their interior is also identical. All the shops are supplied the goods from head office only. Every store sell same goods at uniform prices.
(i) Identify the type of retail store mentioned in above case.
(ii) State any four features of this retail store. 
Case/Source Based Questions
Kalakriti Industries Ltd is a company manufacturing office furniture. The company choose to diversify its operations to improve its growth potential and to increase market share, withstanding competition from foreign companies. As the project was important, many alternatives were generated for the purpose and were thoroughly discussed amongst the members of the organisation. After evaluating various alternatives, Sukhvinder, the Managing Director of the company decided that they should add ‘Home Interiors and Furnishings’ as a new line of business activity and to increase their sales they should extend their market territories across the borders.
(i) Explain the benefits available to Kalakrati Industries by exporting their goods. 
Jaya, Rohit and Raman are three friends who have completed a vocational course in entrepreneurship after their school education. Finding the job market tough, they were contemplating the idea of setting up a small business using the skills they had learnt in their course. They came across a notification given by the District Industries Centre located near the Industrial Estate in VKIA Jaipur, Rajasthan regarding a seminar on Government assistance for a small business. They attended the seminar and got useful information about Government assistance to SSIs. Jaya decided to open a micro-enterprise as a fruit processing in her village. Rohit planned to start business of providing courier services in Jaipur city, Raman planned to start a small shoe manufacturing factory, in backward area of Odisha.
(i) Give the limit of investment in plant and machinery for Jaya’s small business.
(ii) What is the limit of investment in plant and machinery in case of Service Enterprises according to MSMED Act.
(iii) Why promotion of Small Scale Industries is considered as a powerful instrument for development? 
Mansi a student of B.Com final year has decided to become an entrepreneur instead of working for others on salary basis. She is having interest in baking cakes cookies, etc. So she decided to start her own bakery in which she will be providing prompt delivery of customized cakes. She wants to run her business by learning all subtleties of the line of business she will be dealing with. One of her uncle advised her to register herself and attend entrepreneurship development programmes. 
(i) State the need of entrepreneurship development programme.
(ii) Explain the process of entrepreneurship development programme.