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CBSE Sample Papers for Class 11 Business Studies Term 2 Set 5 for Practice

Time : 2 Hours
Maximum Marks : 40

General Instructions:

  • 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.

CBSE Sample Papers for Class 11 Business Studies Term 2 Set 5 for Practice

Section – A
(2 Marks)

Question 1.
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. [2]

Question 2.
Saundarya Limited ‘is dealing in all types of cosmetic products. It is enjoying increased demand for its product during the last few years. For the purpose of modernisation of technology the company needs ?50 crores as additional capital. Chirag Kapoor, the finance manager of the company recommended that the funds can be raised directly from the public by offering higher interest rate than offered on bank deposit, for a period up to three years . Identify and explain the source recommended by Mr. Kapoor through which the company can raise additional funds. [2]

Question 3.
State the twin objectives with which promotion of small scale industries and rural industrialization has been considered by the Government of India as a powerful instrument. [2]

Question 4.
‘It is the process of improving skills and knowledge of entrepreneurship through various training and development programmes/identify the concept and explain one point of its need. [2]

CBSE Sample Papers for Class 11 Business Studies Term 2 Set 5 for Practice

Question 5.
Dheeraj after completing his master’s degree in management has decided to start Inis own enterprise with the name Dheeraj Food Industries in his village in Himachal Pradesh and opted for labour intensive techniques to provide employment to local people He took the help of DIC, a Govt, institution for promoting small scale industries to get knowledge about incentives and schemes launched by the government for opening small scale industries. It was estimated that, the food and beverages plant to be set up will require a fixed capital investment of T2 crore. The working capital requirements is estimated to be ₹30 lakh. The Directors of the company decided to raise the capital by issuing shares as well as taking loans from financial institutions.

(i) Identify the category into which this industry will be placed under MSMED Act.
(ii) State the services provided by DIC to the entrepreneurs for setting up small and village industries. [3]

Question 6.
Explain the services provided by Wholesalers to Manufacturers. [3]
Explain the services provided by Retailers to Consumers. [3]

Question 7.
Dhamani Brothers have their small general store in the main market, which is very famous in that area as it keeps almost all the brands of products, sells them at reasonable prices and provides free home delivery to the regular customers. Identify the type of middleman Dhamani Brother’s firm is?

Explain how Dhamani Brother’s firm provide both the time and place utility. [3]

CBSE Sample Papers for Class 11 Business Studies Term 2 Set 5 for Practice

Question 8.
Hill tea Plantation Ltd is a reputed company of kerela in Munnar engaged in the field of tea production. The company was having its monopoly in the local and surrounding markets and was earning adequate profits. But with the entry of a big business house in the same line of product it’s management is worried about its future prospects. The company has to reduce its prices to maintain its market share, which is creating huge loss to the company. Secondly it’s facing problem of under utilization of plant capacity .In the board meeting the members came to the conclusion that internationalization of business is the final solution for the problems.

Explain any three benefits of internationalization of business which would be available to the company. [3]

Section – C
(5 Marks)

Question 9.
Elucidate the important features of a Departmental Store. [5]
Discuss the features of Chain stores which makes it different from other fixed shop Retail Stores. [5]

Question 10.
What is meant by International Trade? State any four points how international business presents numerous opportunities and benefits to the nations. [5]

CBSE Sample Papers for Class 11 Business Studies Term 2 Set 5 for Practice

Case/Source Based Questions

Question 11.
Rachit Joshi started his logistics and transportation Firm A-One Packers and Movers in Jaipur 5 years ago by investing ₹5 Lakh. Seeing the high demand for the local and interstate relocation by the people he expanded his business in Delhi and Haryana by making an additional investment of ₹3 crore. He arranged the finances by taking loan from a Development Bank. [5]

(i) Identify the category of the small business owned by Rachit Joshi as per MSMED Act.
(ii) State any four incentives given by the government to promote SSIs.

Question 12.
Jio Chemline Ltd. is a company engaged in the manufacturing of chemicals. The company is planning to expand its business. For this, it needs to raise funds of 500 crore. After analyzing, Shivam, Finance Manager of the company proposed to raise the funds through issue of’ Debentures. Shivam also gave number of reasons for his choice. After listening to ail the points put forward by Shivam the Managing Director of the company was fully satisfied and asked Shivam to go ahead with the issue.
(i) Discuss the reasons which might have been given by Shivam, which convinced the Managing Director to go for issue of Debentures. [5]
Santosh is working as a finance manager in a German Company producing remote operated high-end kitchen equipment. Considering festival demand, the company needs to increase its stock of raw material and finished goods which will require funds of ₹50 Lakh. The directors of the company have decided to expand the business by opening one more factory in India which will require funds of ₹3 crore and one branch in America requiring crore and one branch in Sri Lanka requiring crore investment. [5]

CBSE Sample Papers for Class 11 Business Studies Term 2 Set 5 for Practice

(i) Advise Santosh about the various sources of finance available to meet fund requirements for buying stock of raw material and finished goods.
(ii) Name various instruments used to raise money in international capital market.
(iii) To finance the establishment of factory in India, which financial instrument can be used on the pattern of ADR? Mention the name and explain its two features.