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CBSE Sample Papers for Class 12 Business Studies Term 2 Set 11 for Practice
Time allowed: 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.
- 2 marks questions are Short Answer Type Questions and are to be answered in 30-50 words.
- 3 marks questions are Short Answer Type Questions and are to be answered in 50-80 words.
- 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.
Staffing is a separate managerial function. Explain. (2)
Why is aptitude test conducted in the process of selection? (2)
In controlling process, standards was set according to the efficiency of the average employees. Which value has been kept in mind while setting the standard? (2)
What is meant by trading on equity? (2)
Raghav plans to set up a laptop manufacturing unit at Chennai. His financial advisor, Tarun advises him to set up a unit to manufacture potato chips. Tarun said that laptops are prone to quick obsolescence and upgradation accordingly will need a heavy fixed capital investment Therefore, he convinces Raghav to start the business of potato chips. Identify the factor affecting fixed capital requirements which made Raghav choose potato chips business over laptops. Write some other factors affecting fixed capital requirements.
“A financial market is for the creation and exchange of financial assets.” Explain any three of its functions. (3)
Directing is the heart of management process. Do you agree? Give any three reasons in support of your answer. (3)
Money is the only motivator. Do you agree? Give reasons. (3)
Pramod is a supervisor at ‘Shyam Breads and Biscuits Factory’. The factory produces 20,000 packets of bread and biscuits every day. As a supervisor, Promod ensures that work goes on smoothly and there is no interruption in production. He is a good leader who gives orders only after consulting his subordinates, working out the policies with the acceptance of the group. Identify and explain the leadership style being adopted by Pramod. (3)
Akash Mishra is working as General Manager in a multi national company. He observed there that the senior management more often committed failures than successes. They rarely shared any good news related to the growth of the firm or give any recognition to its employees for their extraordinary contributions towards the firm.
As a result, Akash Mishra never felt encouraged enough to work up to his full potential and started exploring other avenues for employment. In the context of the above case:
(a) identify and explain the element of directing in the absence of which the employees don’t feel encouraged to work.
(b) State the importance of this element as identified in part (a) by giving any two benefits.
Prateek is working in a multinational company in Noida. He was running a temperature for the last many days. When his blood was tested, he was found to be positive for malaria. He was admitted in a hospital and a blood transfusion was advised by the doctors as his condition was very serious.
One of his colleagues. sent a text message to his superior, Mr. B. Chatterjee. Mr. B. Chatterjee immediately sent a text message to the employees of the organisation requesting them to donate blood for Prateek.
When the General Manager came to know about it, he ordered for fumigation in the company premises and cleaning the surroundings. From the above paragraph, quote Lines that indicate formal and informal communication. State different types of informal communication. (5)
Sumit purchased an ISI marked washing machine of a famous brand ‘MG’ from TG Electronics Ltd. The shopkeeper asked him to wait for two days for installation of the machine. His friend Vivek was very fond of experimenting with new electronic products.
He told Sumit that there is no need to wait for the company’s representative to install the machine and that he could do it. So, both of them installed the machine without following the manufacturer’s instructions. Initially, the machine worked effectively and the wash was good.
But after two days, the machine started stopping in between the wash cycle, Sumit and Vivek tried their best to start the machine but failed in their efforts. Sumit, therefore, approached TG Electronics Ltd., which refused to provide any service on the plea that the installation of the machine was not done by the company.
(a) State the responsibility which Sumit had to fulfill as an aware consumer to get the services of the company
(b) Explain briefly any two rights which Sumit could have exercised identified in part (a). (5).
These days, the development of a country is also judged by its system of transferring finance from the sector where it is in surplus to the sector where it is needed the most. To give strength to the economy, SEBI is undertaking measures to develop the capital market.
In addition to this, there is another market in which unsecured and short-term debt instruments are actively traded every day. These markets together help the savers and investors in directing the available funds into their most productive investment opportunity.
(a) Name the function being performed by the market in the above case.
(b) Name the market segment other than the capital market segment in which unsecured and short-term debt instruments are traded. Also, give any three points of difference between the two. (5)
Ankita got ₹10,00,000 from her husband on the occassion of her wedding anniversary. Her friend advised her to invest in securities in the stock market. Radhika was unaware of the procedure for the same. Her friend introduced her to a stock broker, who was registered with the National Stock Exchange. Radhika approached the broker. The broker guided her to open a DEMAT account with a Depository, as well as a Bank account. Radhika opened a Bank account & DEMAT account with Exin Bank.
(a) Identify the steps in the trading procedure for buying and selling of securities which have been discussed above.
(b) State the next four steps of the trading procedure.
Neelima Bhatia after acquiring a degree in Hotel Management and Business Administration, took over her family food processing company of manufacturing pickles, jams and squashes. The business had been established by her great grandmother and was doing reasonably well.
However, the fixed operating costs of the business were high and the cash flow position was weak. She wanted to undertake modernisation of the existing business to introduce the latest manufacturing processes and diversify into the market of chocolates and candies. She was very enthusiastic and approached a finance consultant, who told her that approximately rs. 50 lakh would be required for undertaking the modernisation and expansion programme.
He also informed her that the stock market was going through a bullish phase. Keeping the above considerations in mind, name the source of finance Neelima should not choose for financing the modernisation and expansion of her food processing business. Give one reason in support of your answer. Explain any two other factors, apart from those stated in the above situation, which Shalini should keep in mind while taking this decision. (5)