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Total No. of Questions :7] [4870]-101 M.B.A. 101:ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR & PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES OF MANAGEMENT (2008 Pattern ) (Semester - I) Time : 3 Hours] [Max. Marks :70 Instructions to the candidates: 1) Attempt any five questions. 2) All questions carry equal marks. P3731 [Total No. of Pages : 2 SEAT No. : Q1) Define Management. The work of Henry Fayol in development of management thought. Q2) Discuss fully various components of Man power planning. What efforts are essential to make it more accurate staffing function? Q3) Explain Herzberg s theory of Motivation in detail. What are its implications for the managers? Q4) Discuss the term attitude. How are the attitude formed? Give illustrations. Q5) a) What are the attributes of good leader? b) Explain in detail Blake and Mounton s Managerial Grid. Q6) a) What do you mean by group Dynamics? b) How does the formal Group differ from informal group? Briefly state problems of informal groups. P.T.O.
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Q7) Write short notes: (Any two) a) MBO. b) Transaction Analysis. c) Matrix Organisation. d) Causes of change. e) Ego States. O O O [4870]-101 2
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Total No. of Questions :9] [4870]-102 M.B.A. 102: MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING (2008 Pattern) (Semester - I) Time : 3 Hours] [Max. Marks :70 Instructions to the candidates: 1) Question 1 is compulsory. 2) Attempt any two questions from each section. 3) Figures to the right indicate marks for that question/sub-question. 4) Your answers should be specific and to the point. 5) Support your answers with suitable live examples. 6) Draw neat diagrams and illustrations supportive to your answer. 7) Use of calculators is permitted (as applicable). P3732 [Total No. of Pages :4 SEAT No. : Q1) What do you understand by the terms Budget & Budgetary control ? What are the advantages of budgetary control? [10] SECTION-I Q2) The Emphasis of financial accounting is different from cost accounting . Comment. [15] Q3) Explain (Any 3): [15] Q4) Explain the procedure involved in identifying material in respect to procurement, storing and issuing. [15] P.T.O.
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[4870]-102 2 Q5) Write short notes on (Any three): [15] a) Dual aspect concept. b) Management accounting. c) Cost sheet. d) Subsidiary books. SECTION-II Q6) The Trial Balance of Mr. Ganesh as on 31.12.2013 was as follows [15] Particulars Debit (Rs) Credit (Rs) Sales 252600 Purchases 162505 Debtors 50200 Opening stock 26725 Wages 23137 Salaries 5575 Furniture 7250 Postage 4226 Power and fuel 1350 Trade expenses 5831 Bad debts 525 Loan at 10% to Mr.A (given on 1.9.2013) 3000 Cash in hand and at Bank 10,000 Drawings 4452 Reserve for doubtful debts 5200 Creditors 30326 Bills payable 3950 Outstanding wages 2000 Trade expenses accrued but not paid 700 Capital 10000
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Further information is as under: a) Depreation on furniture is to be charged at 10% p.a. b) Debtors include an item of Rs. 500/- due from the customer who has become insolvent (nothing shall be recovered from his estate) c) Reserve for doubtful debt is to be maintained at 5% on debtors.
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