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CBSE Sample Papers for Class 12 Business Studies Term 2 Set 12 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.
Ashish, the marketing head, Raman, the assistant manager and Jyoti, the human resource manager of Senar Enterprises Ltd. decided to leave the company. The Chief Executive Officer of the company called Jyoti, the human resource manager and requested her to fill up the vacancies before leaving the organisation.
Informing that her subordinate Miss Alka Pandit was very competent and trustworthy, Jyoti suggested that if she could be moved up in the heirarchy, she would do the needful. The chief executive officer agreed the same. Miss Alka Pandit contacted Keith Recruiters who advertised for the past of marketing head for Senar Enterprises Ltd.
They were able to recruit a suitable candidate for the company. Raman’s vacancy was filled up by screening the database of unsolicited database lying in the office. Identify the internal/external sources of recruitment used by Senar Enterprises Ltd. to fill up the above stated vacancies. (2)
Resolutions Pvt. Ltd. is a publishing company. Its book on Business Studies for class XII is in great demand. As a result, the employees in the marketing department are always racing against time.
The employees have to work overtime and on holidays to cater to the demand. Managers in the marketing department are under stress as they have to handle more than two territories. The work stress has led to dissatisfaction among the employees and managers.
(a) Name the step of staffing process which has not been performed properly.
(b) State the next steps immediately following the step identified in part 1’ (2)
Name the concept which suggests that only significant deviations which go beyond the permissible limit should be brought to the notice of management. (2)
ABC Ltd. issued prospectus for the subscription of its shares for Rs. 500 crores in 2008. The issue was oversubscribed by 20 times. The company issued shares to all the applicants on pro-rata basis. Later SEBI inspected the prospectus and found some misleading statement about the management of the company in it.
SEBI imposed a penalty of Rs. 5 crores and banned its three executive directors for dealing in securities market for three years. Identify the function and its type performed by SEBI in the above case. (2)
“Financial markets play an important role in the allocation of scarce resources in an economy by performing important functions.” In light of the given statement, state any three functions performed by Financial Market. (3)
The workers of‘Glory Ltd.’ are unable to work on new computerised machines imported by the company to fulfill the increased demand. Therefore, the workers are seeking extra guidance from the supervisor and the supervisor is overburdened with the frequent calls of workers.
Suggest how the supervisor, by increasing the skills and knowledge of workers, can make them handle their work independently. Also state any two benefits that the workers will derive by the decision of the supervisor. (3)
Shristi joined Tech Solutions Ltd. as Creative Manager. As per the policy of the company, every new employee has to undergo training to understand the jobs and responsiblities to be performed by them. Do you think is there any benefit to the organisation by providing training to its employees. State the benefits of training to the organisation. (3)
Vinber Ltd. set up a manufacturing unit at Bhiwadi in Himachal Pradesh to manufacture electric geysers and supply them to dealers all over the country. Their production target was 500 geysers per week.It was decided by the management that variation in production upto 10 units would be acceptable. At the end of the first week, the production was 450 geysers.
The next week, production increased of 470 geysers. A week later, production was 460 geysers. On investigation, it was found that fluctuation in production was due to irregular supply of electricity. The above para discusses some of the steps in the process of one of the functions of management. Explain these steps.
Explain Critical point control (3)
Technofab is a fast growing computer manufacturing company. Mr. Kaushik is the owner of the company and the company has a capital base of ₹ 25 crores. Within a short span of time the company could generate cash flow which not only covered fixed cash payment obligations but also create sufficient buffer.
The company plans to expand its business and setup a new unit which requires an investment of ₹40 crores. To seek advice Mr. Kaushik called his finance manager Mr. Dixit who advised him a mix of equity 40% and debt 60%.
(A) Identify the concept of financial management discussed here.
(B) Discuss four factors affecting the decisions discussed above.
P&C private Ltd. earned a net profit of Rs. 50 crores. Rahul, the finance manager of P&C private Ltd. wants to decide how to appropriate these profits. Discuss any five factors which will help him in taking this decision. (5)
Anubhi Goyal, after completing her post1 graduation in Business Administration, has started a business of traditional attires. The business was running 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 western attires as welL 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.
(A) Keeping the above considerations in mind, name the source of finance Anubhi Goyal should not choose for financing the modernisation and expansion of business. Give one reason in support of your answer.
(B) Explain any two other factors, apart from those stated in the above situation, which Anubhi should keep in mind while taking this decision. (5)
Alfa Ltd. was dealing in renewable energy services. To get the business, the team leader and his team used to travel to different states to give presentations to the clients. As per the policy of the company, the team leader used to travel by air whereas his team travelled by road/train, it was not only time-consuming but also forced the female team members to travel alone at times.
As a result, the subordinates were not acting in a desired manner to achieve the organisational goals. The CEO of the company came to know about it. He called the team leader, discussed the matter with him and decided to change the travel policy of the company.
It was decided that in future, all the members including the leader would travel together and Usefully utilise the travelling time in discussion about the presentation to be given to the clients. This made a positive impact and every member of the team started acting in a manner as desired by the team leader. State the features of the element of the function of management used by the CEO. (5)
Rita Sharma who works as a guard in a school, purchased two shirts for rs. 460 each for her son. When she went back home, she realised that the shirt was small in size for her son. She decided to ask for return of money or exchange of the shirt with an appropriate size. But the store owner refused to return the money or exchange the shirt.
Rita Sharma was disheartened. Her friend advised her to go to ‘Seva Sadan’, an autonomous voluntary organisation working for the protection of consumer welfare. The organisation helped her by explaining to her the legal procedure, as well as educated her about her rights as a consumer and helped her in filing the complaint and getting relief.
With the help of the organisation Rita was able to get her money back from the store. Enumerate the rights of a consumer which Rita Sharma was able to exercise with the help of the voluntary organisation.
Explain any four points of importance of consumer protection from the point of view of business. (5)