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Total No. of Questions : 7] [4782]-11 P.G.D.B.M. 101: PRINCIPLES & PRACTICES OF MANAGEMENT & ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR (2008 Pattern) (Semester - I) Time : 3 Hours] [Max. Marks :70 Instructions to the candidates: 1) Q. 1 is compulsory. 2) Solve any three out of the remaining. 3) Figures to the right indicate full marks. P4636 [Total No. of Pages : 1 SEAT No. : Q1) a) Elaborate the contribution given by F.W. Taylor. [10] b) Explain the autocratic model of organisational behaviour. [15] Q2) Evaluate F.Herzberg±s theory of motivation, in detail. [15] Q3) Define planning. What are the various steps involved in planning? [15] Q4) Distinguish between constructive and destructive conflict, in detail. [15] Q5) Explain the steps involved in staffing, in detail. [15] Q6) Define ²Personality±. What are the factors responsible for development of personality? [15] Q7) Write short notes on (Any three): [15] Nature of controlling. b) Qualities of a leader. c) Scope of leading. d) Morale. e) MBO. E E E
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Total No. of Questions : 9] [4782] - 12 P.G.D.B.M. 102: MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING (2008 Course) (Semester - I) Time : 3 Hours] [Max. Marks : 70 Instructions to the candidates: 1) Q.No. 1 is compulsory. 2) Attempt any two Questions each from section -I and section-II. 3) Use of simple calculator is allowed. P4637 [Total No. of Pages :4 SEAT No. : Q1) Explain any five accounting concepts? [10] SECTION - I Q2) Draw the format of Journal, ledger and trial balance with one example. [15] Q3) Differentiate between cost Accounting and Financial Accounting? [15] Q4) Briefly explain the procedure of procurement, storing and issuing of materials? [15] Q5) Write Short Notes [Any 3] [15] P.T.O.
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SECTION - II Q6) Classify the following items of Trial balance into income, expenditure, assets and liabilities, with reasons. [15] a) Closing Stock b) Wages c) Capital d) Drawings e) Debtors f) Creditors g) Cash at Bank h) Bank overdraft i) Prepaid Insurance j) Carriage outward k) Discount allowed l) Depreciation m) Rent Received n) Goodwill o) Bills payable Q7) The sales and profits during the last two years of Ashoka Ltd were as follows: [15] Year Sales (Rs) Profits (Rs) 2008-09 15,00,000 2,00,000 2009-10 17,00,000 2,50,000 Annual fixed cost is Rs. 1,75,000. You are required to calculate, [4782]-12 2
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Q8) Escorts machineries pvt Ltd, Chennai has five operating departments viz. ±A², ±B², ±C², ±D² and ±E². The actual costs incurred for March, 2012 were as under: Indirect Material & Labour Rs. Dept ±A² 980 Dept ±B² 540 Dept ±C² 770 Dept ±D² 730 Dept ±E² 580 The other costs were as follows: Insurance of plant 10,500 Taxes on Buildings & Premises 12,500 Depreciation 7,000 Supervisor²s salary 28,000 Insurance of stock 6,400 Employer²s liability for Employees Insurance 3,000 Electric lighting 9,000 Following data is also available in respect of five departments.
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