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S. No. Questions
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1. What is the problem in your opinion? Elaborate.
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A NORMAL DISTRIBUTION CURVE WITH SD=2.5 AND MEAN = 14.
6.5
14
9 11.5
16.5 19
The shaded area represents area between 10 nd 14 months.
Mean = 14
SD= 2.5
Between 10 and 14 months, the probability of the instrument produced lasts is
equal to:
X1= 10
X2-14
z1
5.
a) Arithmetic Mean
Arithmetic Mean refers to the average of a set of numerical values, calculated by adding all the
observations and dividing the sum by the number of observations. For instance, in the following series:
11, 22, 33, 44 and 55 the mean w
How to Calculate a Correlation
By Deborah J. Rumsey from Statistics For Dummies, 2nd Edition
Can one statistic measure both the strength and direction of a linear relationship between two variables? Sure!
Statisticians use the correlation coefficient to m
7.
Sampling Techniques
Sampling techniques refers to the identification of the specific process by which the entities of the
sample have been selected. There are two methods of selecting samples from populations: random and
nonrandom (judgment) sampling.
4.
Classical Approach to Probability theory
The classical definition of probability is the proportion of times that an event will occur,
assuming that all outcomes in a sample space are equally likely to occur. According to this
approach, the probability
QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES
Section A
1. Quantitative techniques include methods that focus on objective measurements and
analysing numbers in order to draw conclusions about research subjects. These
methods include polls, questionnaires and surveys.
Two majo
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What are sampling techniques? Briefly explain the cluster sampling techniques.
Sampling is a process used in statistical analysis in which a predetermined number of
observations are taken from a larger population. The methodology used to sample from a
lar
Define the following terms 1. Arithmetic Mean
A mathematical representation of the typical value of a series of numbers, computed as the
sum of all the numbers in the series divided by the count of all numbers in the
series. Arithmetic mean is commonly re
RESEARCH
INDIA REAL ESTATE
RESIDENTIAL AND OFFICE
JANUARY - JUNE 2016
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14 AHMEDABAD
24 BENGALURU
44 CHENNAI
64 HYDERABAD
82 KO
M U M B AI
SILICON VALLEY
BANGA LORE
SINGA P ORE
MUMBA I BK C
NE W DE L HI
MUNICH
Private Equity and
Debt in Real Estate
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Residential Property Research
and Forecast Report
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Answer 1
Particulars
1) NPV
2) Profitability index
3) Pay Back period
4) Discounted pay back period
Machine A (Rs. In lacs)
12
1.48
2 years
3.18 years
Machine B (Rs. In lacs)
14
1.35
3 years
3.21 years
It is advised to go in for Machine B with enhanced ca
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
Course Code:
EDL 201
Credit Units 6
Course Objective:
The objective of this course is to familiarize students with the concept of Human
Resource Management and its significance in the overall effectiveness and efficiency of
the o
LEGAL ASPECTS OF BUSINESS
Course Code:
EDL 204
Course Objective:
To give insight to various Business and Economic Laws so that the students are able to interpret the
provisions of some of the important laws and apply the same in commercial and industrial
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
Course Code:
EDL 203
Credit Units 6
Course Objective:
The objective of this course is to develop among students of an understanding of various aspects of
financial decisions of a firm and of various financial tools used in taking thes
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
Course Code:
EDL 205
Credit Units 6
Course Objective:
Present day market is competitive, dynamic and volatile and managers are required to
take decisions in the fast changing environment. Unlike in the past, managers cannot
take decis
MARKETING MANAGEMENT
Course Code:
EDL 202
Credit Units 6
Course Objective:
The objective of this course is to introduce the basic concepts of marketing and to
develop a feel of the marketplace.
Module I: Marketing Management: Basic Concepts.
Basics of Mar
Question 3a: How leverage is linked with capital structure? Take
example of a MNC and analyse.
Answer to 3a:
Leverage: It is an advantage gained (it may be anything)
Leverage is linked with Capital Structure, since an organization having a optimum capital
Answer 6:
Particulars
Raw Material
Direct Labour
Prime cost
Overheads
Total cost
Profit
Sales
Cost/unit
Production = 70,000 units
cost (Rs.) for 70000 units
52
19.5
3640000
1365000
5005000
2730000
7735000
1365000
9100000
39
110.5
19.5
130
Statement of Wor
CASE STUDY
Ques 2: You are required to make these calculations and in the light
thereof, advise the finance manager about the suitability, or otherwise, of
machine A or machine B.
Solution:
Advise to finance manager of Brown metals ltd, to select the appr
Ques 2: What are the essential features of a tender?
Ans. As tender would amount to complete performance, if the offer were carried out, the
requisites of a valid tender are indicated by the requisites of valid performance. There must be
an un-conditional
Question 3: Give your reasons in support of your decision for the issue discussed in this case.
Ans. According to the tender notice, the tenders were to be opened at 3 pm by opening the
tender box. But mere opening of the box was not sufficient. The tende
Education Profile
B.com (Accounts Hons.) from Bhagalpur University in 2008
12 Commerce from Marwari College, B.I.E.C, Patna in 2005.
10th from Marwari Pathsala, B.S.E.B, Patna in 2003.
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