Management Paper II October 2013 Mumbai University TYBAF Question Paper

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Management Paper II October 2013:

Q.1) Select the right choice: 1 mark
One of the following is carried by marketing.
(i) Production 
(ii) Advertising
(iii) Bill payment 
(iv) Labour relations.

Q.2) Select the right choice: 1 mark
Which of the following is place management
(i) Segmentation 
(ii) Positioning
(iii) Distribution 
(iv) Pricing.

Q.3) Select the right choice: 1 mark
One of the following is core function of production.
(i) Planning 
(ii) Selling
(iii) Financing 
(iv) None.

Q.4) Select the right choice: 1 mark
If the following is not carried out Human Relations may not be ideal in an organisation.
(i) Labour relations 
(ii) Public relations
(iii) Community relations 
(iv) None.

Q.5) Select the right choice: 1 mark
Which of the following is not a constituents of capital markets
(i) Bonds 
(ii) Commercial paper
(iii) Shares 
(iv) Metals.

Q.6) Match the following:

a. Promoting 1. Debt
b. Pricing 2. Advertising
c. Staffing 3. Rejection
d. Quality 4. Recruiting
e. Long term finance 5. Cost

 

Q.7) Fill in the gaps. 1 mark
____ is vital in marketing management.
(i) Production 
(ii) Product
(iii) Sales 
(iv) Promotion.

Q.8) Fill in the gaps. : 1 mark
Production management is incomplete without
(i) Product 
(ii) Productivity
(iii) Costs 
(iv) None.

Q.9) Fill in the gaps. : 1 mark
Human Resources are ____ the human of the organisation.
(i) Inventory 
(ii) Assets
(iii) Liability 
(iv) Machines.

Q.10) Fill in the gaps. : 1 mark
____ is a source of working capital finance.
(i) Equity 
(ii) Long-term debt
(iii) Preference shares 
(iv) None.

Q.11) Fill in the gaps. : 1 mark
____ does not become a constituent of capital markets.
(i) Shares 
(ii) Futures
(iii) Real estate 
(iv) None.

Q.12) Case study. : 4 marks
Milk is available in the country in plenty. But the difficulty with milk is-it goes bad if not handled properly. It has short life. In fact, India is the largest producer of milk, but its consumption is not matching production.
(i) Why is milk not matching consumption with production?
(ii) What is the problem with milk ? How can it be solved?

Q.13) Explain the concept of product-life cycle in details. – 4 marks

Q.14) What is the difference between production and productivity? Explain. – 8 marks

Q.15) What are the factors to be considered under plant location? Discuss. – 7 marks

Q.16) Explain methods of performance appraisal. – 8 marks

Q.17) What is man-power planning under Human Resource management? – 7 marks

Q.18) Describe the sources of working capital finance. – 8 marks

Q.19) Explain the process of dematerialisation of shares and its benefits. – 7 marks

Q.20) Explain the constituents of capital markets. – 8 marks

Q.21) What are futures and options ? What is the benefit under it ? – 7 marks

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