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  1. 1. MBA Question Papers Year 2008 Semester – ISub. Code Subject Name 2008 2008 101 O. B. & P. P M. Dec May 102 Management Accounting Dec May 103 Managerial Economics Dec May 104 Statistical & Quantitative Method Dec May 105 Legal Aspects of Business Dec May 106 Basic of Marketing Dec May Back to Top Semester – IISub. Code Subject Name 2008 2008 201 Marketing Management Dec May 202 Financial Management Dec May 203 Human Resource Management Dec May 204 Manufacturing & Operation Dec May Management 205 Material & Logistics Management Dec May 206 Management Information System Dec May Semester – IIISub. Code Subject Name 2008 2008 301 Business Policy & Strategic Dec New May Management 302 Management Control System Dec New May 303A Marketing Sp. Marketing Research Dec May 303B Direct Taxation Dec New May 304B Advance Financial Management Dec New May 305B Merchant Banking & Financial Dec New May Services 303E HRM Sp. Labour Laws-I Dec May 303D Logistics And Supply chain Dec May Management 303E Labour Law Dec May 304A Integrated Marketing Dec May Communications 304B Direct Taxation Dec May 304CS Relational Database Management Dec May System 304D Quality Management Dec May 304E HRM – Industrial Relation Dec May 305A Marketing Management – Distribution ant Retail Dec May Management 305B Finance – Merchant Banking and Dec May Financial Services 305C Visual Basic and Oracle Dec May 305D Production & Material – Dec May Production Planning and Control 305E H R - Personnel Administration- Dec May Application & Procedure
  2. 2. Semester – IV Sub. Code Subject Name 2008 2008 401 Entrepreneurship Development & Dec New May Project Management 402 International Business Dec New May Management 403 Current Trends in Management Dec May 404A Services Marketing Dec May 404B Indirect Taxation Dec New May 404C OOD CONCEPTS AND JAVA Dec May PROGRAMMING 404D Inventory Management Dec May 404E Labour Welfare Dec May 407A Strategic Marketing and Dec May Relationship Management 407B International Finance Dec New May 407C Project Management and IT Dec May Management 407D Production & Material – Materials Dec May Requirements Planning 407E HRM – Strategic Human Resource Dec May Management 408A Marketing Management – Product Dec May and Brand Management 408B Strategic Financial Management Dec May 408C Computer Specialization Dec May 408D Production and Material Dec May Specialization 408E Labour and Other Laws Dec May Back To Syllabus pageP712 [3375] - 101 M.B.A. 101:ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR & PRINCIPLES & PRACTICES OF MANAGEMENT (Sem. - I) (2005 Pattern) (101) Time: 3 Hours] (Max. Marks : 70Instructions to the candidates: 1) Q. No.1 is compulsory. 2) Solve any three out of the remaining.Ql) a) Define the term organisational behaviour. Explain anyone model of O.B.[15]b) Elaborate the evolution of management thought & its relevance in todays scenario. [10]
  3. 3. Q2) What is the meaning of the term personality? How can personality be developed? [15]Q3) Explain the nature, importance & purpose of planning. [15]Q4) Define motivation. Elaborate A.H.Maslow s hierarchy theory of motivation. [15]Q5) "Controlling techniques are very effective in an organisation". Elaborate. [15]Q6) Explain trait theory & point out its major limitations. [15]Q 7) Write short notes on: ( Any three) [15] a) Formation of team. b) Principles of decision making. c) Dimensions of attitude. d) MBO. e) Stress management. Semester – IP590 [3375]-102 M.B.A. (Sem. - I) (102) MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING (New - 2005 Pattern) Time: 3 Hours] Max. Marks: 70Instructions to tile candidates:1) Q.l is compulsory.2) Attempt any two questions from Section I and Section II each.3) Figures to tile rigllt indicate full marks.4)Use of simple calculator is allowedQl) Explain the various types of subsidiary books in brief and draw the specimen of Return Outward register. [10] SECTION - IQ2) Define Management Accounting. Discuss various functions carried out by Management Accounting. [ 15]Q3) What is meant by overheads? How are they classified? What do you understand by under or over absorbed overheads? [15]Q4) a) What is bank reconciliation statement? List the various causes of disagreement between balances shown by Cash Book & Pass Book. [10] b) Write short note on : Types of Accounts and rules of double entry. [5]Q5) Write short notes on any three. [15] a) Zero base budgeting b) Cost reduction & cost control c) Break even point d) Errors not disclosed by trial balance e) Time booking.
  4. 4. SECTION - IIQ~) A manufacturer forecasts his expenses for a normal output of 8000 units representing 80% production capacity. His production in past years ranges from 7000 to 9000 units. He expects that the production will not fall outside this range during the ensuring budget period. Prepare a flexible budget for 10% varying levels of production from the given information. Raw materials Rs. 40,000 Direct wages Rs. 10,000 Factory overheads Rs.20,000 (60% fixed) Selling overheads (80% fixed) Show in the budget besides total cost, the unit variable cost, unit fixed cost and unit total cost at different levels of production. [15]Rs. 10,000Q 7) From the following information, calculate variances. [15] Standard ActualMaterial Quantity Price Quantity Price kgs per kg (kg) per kg Rs. 800 6A 1000 6 1000 3.6B 800 3.75 800 2.8C 600 3 2600 2400 440 240Normalloss 2160 I 2160Q8) The following figures are available from the records of Akshay Ltd as on 31/31 2005 2006 Rs. Lacs Rs. LacsSales 250 200Profit 50 30Calculatea) P/V ratiob) Fixed costc) The break even level of salesd) The sales required to earn a profit of Rs. 90 lacs.e) The .profit/loss that would arise if the sales were Rs. 280 lacs. [15]Q9) From the following trial balance of Mr. Anish prepare Final Accounts as on 31/3/07. Debit Credit Rs. Rs.Capital 2,20,000Purchases 1,98,000Wages 31,000
  5. 5. Stock (1/04/06) 25,000Printing 17,000Insurance (paid for one year on 1/10/06) 2,200Salaries 32,000Sales 3,12,000Carriage inward 10,000Carriage outward 12,000Advertisement 24,000Land & Building 1,25,000Machinery 54,000Debtors & Creditors 30,000 35,000Returns 2,000 2,300,Cash 2,300Loan 18,000Patents 20,000Rent received 3,200Depreciation on machinery 6,000 5,90,500 5,90,500Adjustments:1. Closing stock is valued at Rs. 44,000. 2. Patents are revalued at Rs. 18,500 on31/3/07. 3. Printing bill of Rs. 2,100, wages Rs. 3,200 & salaries Rs. 4,800 are outstanding.4. Goods of Rs. 15,000 were taken by Mr. Anish for his private use. No entry was made in the books.5. A part of the building was let out at Rs. 1,800 p.m. from 1/12/2006. [15] Semester – IP591 [3375]-103 M.B.A. (Sem. - I) (103): MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS (2005 Pattern) (New)Time: 3 Hours] [Max. Marks: 70Instructions to the candidates: 1) Answer to question No.1 is compulsory which carries 10 marks. 2) Attempt any 4 of the remaining questions that carry 15 marks each. 3) Draw suitable diagrams wherever necessary.Ql) Which economic concepts can be used by managers in taking various business decisions. OR Justify the need for government intervention in the economy.Q2) Why does the normal demand curve slope downwards? Can there be an upward rising demand curve? Explain with examples.Q3) Define production function. State and explain the Law of Diminishing Marginal ReturnsQ4) Explain the classification of market on the basis of degree of competition.Q5) What is Cost benefit analysis? Justify its use in the implementation of developmental proj ects.
  6. 6. Q6) a) Explain the terms Support price and Administered price. b) How consumers interest can be protected?Q 7) Write notes on any two: a) Methods of measuring price elasticity of demand. b) Exceptions to the Law of Supply. c) Significance of National Income Accounting. d) Innovation theory of profit. Semester – IP592 [3375]-104 M.B.A. 104 - STATISTICAL AND QUANTITATIVE METHODS (2005 Pattern)Time: 3 Hours} [Max. Marks: 70Instructions to tile candidates: 1) Question No.1 is compulsory. 2) Attempt any TWO from tile remaining. 3) Use of electronic calculators and statistical tables are allowed 4) Figures to tile right indicate full marks.Q1) a) Find the modal age of the workers using [10] i) graphical method and ii) by calculation. Age No. of workers More than 15 115 "" 25 111 35 96 45 70 55 40 65 18 75 03b) A firm makes two types of furnitures chairs and tables. The contribution to profit by each product as calculated by accounting department is Rs. 20 per chair and Rs. 30 per table. Both the products are to be processed on three machines M1, M2, M3 The time required in hours by each product and total time available in hours per week on each machine are as follows. Machine Chair Table Available Time (in hrs) M1 3 3 36 M2 5 2 50 M3 2 6 60How should the manufacturer schedule the production in order tomaximise the profit. [10] Competitors
  7. 7. Judges 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 : 6 5 3 10 2 4 9 7 8 1 A 5 8 4 7 10 2 1 6 9 3 B 4 9 8 1 2 3 10 5 7 6 CDiscuss which pair of judges has the nearest approach to common tastesOf beauty. [10]Q2) a) Find the association between proficiency in English and in Hindi amongcandidates at a certain test if 245 of them passed in Hindi, 285 failed in Hindi,190 failed in Hindi but passed in English and 147 passed in both. [5]b) The mean yield for one-acre plot is 662 Kg, with a s.d. of32 Kg. Assuming normaldistribution how many one-acre plots in a batch of 1000 plots would you expect tohave i) over 700 Kg. ii) below 650 Kg. iii) What is the lowest yield of the best 100 plots. [7]c) The products of 3 plants X, Y, Z are to be transported to 4 warehouses I, II, III, IV.The cost of transportation of each unit from the plant to the warehouses along withnormal capacities of plants and warehouses are indicated below. Warehouse Plants I II ill IV Availability X 25 17 25 14 300 Y 15 10 18 24 500 Z 16 20 08 13 600 Requirement 300 300 500 500i) Solve the problem for minimum cost of transport.ii) Does there exist any alternative solution. [8]Q3) a) The mean of binomial distribution is 4 and variance is 4/3. Find probability of getting i) no success ii) at least 5 success. [5]b) Analysis of monthly wages paid to the workers of 2 firms A and B belonging to the same industry gives the following result. Firm A Firm BNo. of workers 500 600Average daily wage 186 175Variance of wages 81 100Find i) Which firm is more consistent in wages ii) Variance of all the worker taken together. [5] c) Find the value of the following game. Also determine the optimal strategies A B1 B2
  8. 8. Bl -5 2 B2 -7 -4 [5]d) Customers arrive at a box office window, being manned by a single individual according to a poisson input process with a mean rate of 30 per hour. The time required to serve a customer has an exponential distribution with a mean of90 seconds. Find the average waiting time of a customer. Also determine the average number of customers in the system and average queue length. [5]Q4) a) The two regression lines are given as below 15X + 17Y = 395 and 20X + 14Y = 440 Find i) Mean of X and Y ii) Both the regression coefficients iii) Correlation coefficient iv) 0y when 0x = 3. [5]b) A company manufactures 200 motor cycles per day which changes according to availability of raw material. Production 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 (Per day) Probability 0.05 0.09 0.12 0.14 0.20 0.15 0.11 0.08 0.06 Using the following random numbers, stimulate the procedure for 12 days and find average production of sample drawn. R. Nos. 82, 89, 78, 24, 52, 61, 18, 45, 04, 23, 50, 77. [5].c) A project work consists of four major jobs for which an equal number of contractors have submitted tenders. The tender amount quoted (in lakhs of rupees) is given in the matrix. Job A B C DContractor 1 10 24 30 15 2 16 22 28 12 3 12 20 32 10 4 09 26 34 16Find the assignment which minimizes the total cost of the project. [5]d) In a study of random sample of 120 students the following results were obtained.
  9. 9. Obtain the least square regression equation of X3 on Xl & X2 & hence estimatethe percentage of marks of students in fmal examination if he gets 60% & 67%marks in test I & II respectively. [5] Semester – IP961 [3375]-105 M.B.A. 105 : LEGAL ASPECTS OF BUSINESS (Semester - I) (New) Time: 3 Hours] [Max. Marks: 70Instructions to the candidates: i) Attempt any five questions. ii) All questions are carry equal marks.Ql) "A contract without consideration is void". Comment and give exceptions to the rule.Q2) Examine critically the rule in Hadley v. Baxendale and indicate to what extentthe said rule is applicable in India.Q3) a) What is a contract of guarantee? State the circumstances in which a surety isdischarged from liability. b) "The Consumer Protection Act 1986 provides cheap and expeditious remedyto the consumer".Comment.Q4) Write notes on: a) Agency by estoppel. b) Agency by holding out. c) Agency by necessity.Q5) Explain the nature of a contract of sale of goods and bring out clearly theDistinction between a sale and an agreement to sell.Q6) a) State the doctrine of caveat emptor and exceptions to it with help ofsuitable examples. b) Explain the concept of Authentication of Electronic records using DigitalSignature.
  10. 10. Q7 a] Who is a holder in due course of a negotiable instrument? What are thespecial privileges of a holder in due course? b] "A certificate of incorporation is conclusive evidence that all the requirementsof the Companies Act have been complied with." Explain.Q8) Write short notes on ANY THREE: a) Capacities of Parties. b) Breach of contract. c) Conditions and Warranties under the Sales of goods Act 1930. d) Company Meetings. e) Consumer Protection Councils. Semester – IP593 [3375]-106 . M.B.A. (106) BASICS OF MARKETING (Sem. - I) (New) (2005 Pattern) Time: 3 Hours] Instructions: {Max. Marks: 70 1) All questions carry equal marks. 2) Solve any five questions.Ql) "Gone are the days of aggressive selling concept and consumer-oriented marketing concept. Marketers are busy, at present, in understanding the implications of competitive marketing concept and societal marketing concept". Critically evaluate the statement considering various concepts of marketing.Q2) What are the types of marketing organizations? Write a note on inter departmental relations in modern business organizations.Q3) Discuss the various types of macro and micro environmental forces influencing marketing decisions.Q4) What are the steps in buying decision process? Imagine the process of buying a) A Handy Cam. b) Wedding Dress of a Bride.Q5) Describe various. bases of market segmentation. How market targeting is done on the basis of market segmentation? .Q6) Define Marketing Control. Describe the marketing control process. Explain . the scope of marketing audit.Q7) Write notes (Any two): a) Functional Approach to Marketing. b) Components of Marketing Planning.
  11. 11. c) Customer Satisfaction V s Customer Delight. Semester – IIP859 [3375]-201 M.B.A. - I (Semester - II) MARKETING MANAGEMENT (2005 Pattern) Time: 3 Hours) [Max. Marks: 70Instructions to the candidates: 1) Attempt any two questions from Section-I and any two questions from Section-II. 2) Questions in Section-I carry 20 marks whereas questions to Section-II carry 15 marks each. SECTION - IQ1) Define a new product. Explain the different types of new products. Explainthe procedure of new product development. a) Which is the most important step? b) Which step can be ignored?Q2) State and explain the various methods of pricing. Enumerate the various factors to be considered while selecting the pricing policy.Q3) Explain the significance of Physical distribution in marketing. Briefly explain thevarious components of Physical distribution.Q4) Companies experience product recalls, product failures and negative publicity.Describe the various tools of public relations available to such companies tominimize negative publicity. SECTION - IIQ5) Describe the decisions companies make regarding their individual products and services, product lines and product mixes.Q6) Define direct marketing and discuss its benefits to customers and companies.Identify and discuss the major forms of direct marketing.Q7) a) Wholesalers perform so many important functions, that it is not possible to eliminate them from the channels of distribution. Do you agree? b) Outline and explain the various types of wholesalers.Q8) Write short notes (on any three) a) Co-branding b) Channel conflicts c) Types of advertising d) Non-store retailing e) New trends in packaging. Semester – IIP774 [3375]-202 M.B.A. (202) FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT (Sem. - II) (2005 Pattern) (New)Time: 3 Hours [Max. Marks: 70
  12. 12. Instructions:1) Q.J. is compulsory. From Q.2. to Q.9. answer any two questions from sectionI and any two questions from section IL2) Figures to the right indicate full marks.3) Use of non programmable calculator is allowed. SECTION - IQ l) Explain Factoring, and hire purchase. [10]Q2) What are the characteristics of various formss of business organization? [15]Q3) Explain the role of finance executive. [15]Q4) Explain the role of players in the financial system. [15]Q5) Write Short Notes on (Any Three):a) Time value of Money.b) Financial Leverage.c) Operating Cycle.d) Undercapitalization.e) Venture Capital. [15] SECTION - IIQ6) The management of Virgo Ltd has called for a statement showing the workingcapital needed to finance a level of activity of 3,00,000 units of output for the year.The cost structure for the company is as follows: Cost per Unit Rs.Raw material Direct 20Labour 5Overheads 15 ____________Total Cost 40Profit 10 _____________Selling Price 50Past tends indicates that raw materials are held in stock on an average for twomonths.Work in progress (50% complete) will approximate to half a monthly production.Finished goods remain in the warehouse on an average for one month.Suppliers for materials extend one months credit.For debtors two months credit is usually allowed.A minimum cash balance of Rs. 25000 is expected to be maintained.The production pattern is assumed to be uniform throughout the year. [15]Q7) Shree Ltd has equity share capital of Rs. 5,00,000 divided into shares of Rs.100each. It wants to raise further Rs. 3,00,000 for modernization plans. The companyplans the following financing schemes.a) All equity shares (Face Value Rs. 100 per share).b) Rs. 1,00,000 in equity shares (Face Value Rs. 100 per share) andRs. 2,00,000 in debt @ 10% p.a.c) All debt @ 10% p.a.The company is estimating an EBIT ofRs. 2,00,000. The corporate rate of tax is 50%.Calculate the earning per share in each case. Give a comment as to which capitalstructure is suitable? [15]Q8) Following is the Balance Sheet of a limited company as on 31 st March 2008.Liabilities Rs. Asset Rs.Share Capital 2,00,000 Land and Building 1,40,000Reserves AndSurplus 70,000 Plant and Machinery 3,50,000
  13. 13. 12% Debentures 4,20,000 Stock in trade 2,00,000Creditors 1,00,000 Dbtors 1,00,000Bills Payables 50,000 Bills Receivables 10,000 Bank Balance 40,000Total 8,40,000 Total 8,40,000The Sales of the company were Rs. 4,00,000. The Gross Profit was Rs. 25,000 AndNet Profit was Rs. 20,000.Calculate:Current Ratio.Quick Ratio.Debt Equity Ratio.Gross Profit Ratio.Net Profit Ratio. [15]Q9) A firm is considering a two mutually exclusive projects [15] Project P and Project Q the details are as follows.Year Project P Project Q Cash Flows Cash Flows Rs. Rs.0 (15,00,000) (18,00,000)1. 1,00,000 6,00,0002. 2,50,000 6,00,0003. 3,50,000 6,00,0004. 5,50,000 5,75,0005. 7,50,000 5,25,000Calculate: 1. NPV @ 14%2. Pay Back Period.3. Profitability Index.Give your opinion as to which project is to be selected.[3375]-202 Semester – II594 [3375]-203 M.B.A. 203: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (2005 Pattern)Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 70Instructions: 1) Attempt any Five questions. 2) All questions carry equal marks. 3) Figures to the right indicate full marks.Ql) Discuss what Human Resource Management is and explain the role of HR Manager. [14]Q2) Define Manpower Planning and elaborate its need. [14]Q3) Explain the importance of Training and Development and further explain theneed for evaluation of Training Programmes. [14]
  14. 14. Q4) What is Performance Appraisal? Discuss the different methods of PerformanceAppraisal. [14]Q5) Explain in detail the various methods used by organizations to separate theiremployees. [14]Q6) Discuss Collective Bargaining as method of settlement of industrial disputes andestablishing peaceful industrial relations. [14]Q7} Write short note on any two: [14] a) Job enlargement and Job environment. b) Succession Planning. c) Rating errors. d) Quality circles. Semester – IIP595 [3375]-204 M.B.A. (204) Manufacturing and Operations Management (Sem. - II) (2005 Pattern)Time: 3 Hours] [Max. Marks: 70Instructions: 1) Answer any five questions. 2)All questions carry equal marks.Ql) Narrate the contributions of various pioneers to the development of Operations Management upto Quality revolution. According to you, which are most important and valuable and why?Q2) Explain in detail all the functions of manufacturing management which are responsible for controlling cost of production and increase profitability.Q3) Explain how production control functions are carried out in Mass Production(Give examples).Q4) Explain the principles of plant layout and functional aspects of a factory building. What is the effect of a bad layout?Q5) What are control charts? How can they be used to control quality? How are upper and lower limits decided?Q6) Define Standard Time for an operation. How is it determined and used to give incentive bonus to a worker?Q7) Explain the importance of Preventive Maintenance, and basis of MaintenancePlanning.Q8) The following information has been gathered for a project.
  15. 15. . Activity Duration Immediate Predecessors A 10 -- B 9 -- C 12 A D 14 B E 20 B F 15 A G 30 C H 25 D I 6 E,G,H J 5 F,I a) Draw the Network Diagram for the Project. b) Determine the critical path and its duration. c) Compute slack, earliest start time & earliest finish time. Semester – IIP596 [3375]-205 M.B.A. (Semester - II) (205) Materials and Logistics Management (2005 Pattern)Time: 3 Hours] [Max. Marks: 70Instructions to tile candidates: 1) Attempt any Five questions. 2) All questions carry equal marks.Q1) Explain in details how Materials Management concepts has evolved from traditional purchasing function to integrated MM and present concept of supply chain management.Q2) Explain briefly methods of forecasting and regression analysis in particular.How forecasting helps Materials Manager?Q3) Explain all types of Inventory and write the implication of each type if it is very high in monetary value.Q4) Enumerate various methods of Inventory Analysis and explain how these help Materials Management.Q5) What are inputs to MRP system? Explain how modem MRP system is advantageous in controlling Material Flow through a manufacturing organization.
  16. 16. Q6) Explain principles of purchasing, lot sizing techniques for replenishment Of stocks and EOQ model.Q7) Explain various logistics functions and their importance to cost reduction & customer satisfaction.Q8) Write short notes on: - Any two. a) Principles of Material handling. b) Value analysis and Value Engineering. c) Excise duty, Sales Tax. Semester – IIP597 [3375]-206 M.B.A. (Semester - II) (206) MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (2005 Pattern)Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 70Instructions to the candidates: 1) Q1 & Q7 are compulsory. 2) Solve any four from remaining. 3) State your assumptions clearly.Q1) Draw report layouts for the following and elaborate the use of these reports in the process of dedsion making . a) Stock register b) Pending Purchase Requisition (Submitted to Purchase dept) c) Material Inspection Report. [15]Q2) Define data, information and discuss attributes of information. [10]Q3) Explain Herbert Simons Model of decision making in detail. [10]Q4) Define Networking, explain different network topologies in detail [10]Q5) What is data mining? What are the advantages and limitations of data mining? [10]Q6) Explain stages in System Development life cycle in detail. [10]Q7) Write Notes on (any three) [15]
  17. 17. a) Group Decision Support System. b) Intellectual Property Rights related to IT services c) Role of computer in MIS d) Expert systems. Semester – IIIP758 [3375] - 31 M.B.A. (Sem. - III) (301) BUSINESS POLICY & STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT (Old Course) (2002 Pattern)Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks :60Instructions to the candidates: 1) Attempt any three questions from section – L 2) Question No.6 is compulsory. 3) Figures to the right indicate full marks. SECTION - IQl) What is meant by corporate -level strategy? What do corporate level strategiesdeal with? State and explain in brief four alternative corporate level strategies. [13]Q2) Discuss Michael Porters Model to explain five competitive forces in an industryand to define competitive business strategies. [13]Q3) Is the social responsibility in business is an important issue - Discuss. What ismeant by aligning social responsiveness to strategic Management. [13]Q4) Apply the strategic Management model to your own case w.r.t. Career planning. Follow the process and identity the various element involved and elaborate. [13]Q5) Write short notes on (any Two): [13] a) Strategic control Vs Operational control. b) Key success factors in E - Commerce. c) Resource Allocation. SECTION - IIQ6) Case study (enclosed herewith*) A Healthy Dose of Success* (21 Marks] Muhammad Majeed represents a typical Indian who has created success out of sheer hard work and commitment through his education and expertise. At the age of 23 years, Majeed, after graduating in pharmacy from Kerala University, went to pursue higher studies in the US. He completed his masters and Ph D in industrial
  18. 18. chemistry. Armed with high qualifications, he became a research pharmacist and eventually, as most expatriate Indians do, set up his own company, Sabinsa Corporation. Experiencing difficulties with the long drawn drug approval process of the US Food and Drug Administration and his own dwindling savings, Majeed focussed on ayurvedic products based on natural extracts. He returned to India in .1991 (incidentally, the year when liberalisation started in India) and set up Sami Chemicals and Extracts Ltd, later renamed as Sami Labs Ltd (SLL), at Bangalore. SLL has over three dozen products, and seven US patents. There are 25 European and other country patents pending approval. SLL has four manufacturing units all based in Karnataka. The sales is Rs 44.5 crore and the profit-after-tax is Rs. 5.89 crore. It has pioneered specialised products based on Indian herbal extracts relying on the principles of ayurveda. The major thrust is on remedies for cholesterol control, fat reduction, and weight management. As against several Indian companies exporting raw herbs, SLL specialises in value- addition through extractions. The result is encouraging: SLL s products typically fetch an export price that is more than double the price of-raw herbs. . SLL thinks of its business as "manufacturing and selling traditional standardised extracts and nutritional and pharmaceutical fine chemicals". Sabinsa, its US-based company, secures contracts from the lIS companies to manufacture certain chemicals in Indi~. Its business plans are quite ambitious. Setting up a product management team, assisting farmers in cultivation of pharmaceutically useful herbs, and international collaborations for developing research-based intellectual property and its commercialisation are some of the strategic actions on the anvil. SLL looks forward to being a Rs 500-crore company by 2005 when the. World Trade Organisations patenting regime comes into force. .QuestionHow will you define the business of SLL? Comment on the business plan of SLL andstate your opinion on the likelihood of its success. Semester – IIIP759 [3375] - 32 M.B.A. (Sem. - III) (302) MANAGEMENT CONTROL SYSTEMS (Old)Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks :60Instructions to the candidates: 1) Attempt any Four questions. 2) All questions carry equal marks.Ql) Explain with diagram Griesingers Cybernetic Paradigm of the Control Process.Q2) What are the features of a profit centre? What are the advantages and disadvantages of profit centre?Q3) What do you understand by ROI & EVA as performance measure for Investment centres? Compare the merits and demerits of the two?
  19. 19. Q4) What do you understand by Goal Congruence? Give examples and explain problem of Goal congruence faced by multidivisional companies at different levels.Q5) Write short notes on: (Any Three) a) Internal Audit. b) Value Chain. c) Just in Time. d) Activity Based Costing. e) Two step Transfer Pricing.Q6) National Ltd is a wholesaler who sells its products to a wide range of retailers. Marketing is done through three geographical areas: the South, the Midlands and the North. The estimates of the costs and revenues for each sales territory for the next accounting period are as follows. South Midlands NorthTotal (£) (£) (£) (£) (£) (£) (£)Sales 900 000 1000 000 900 000 2800 000Cost of goods 400 000 450 000 500 000 1350 000SoldGross Profit 500 000 550 000 400 000 1450 000Fixed sellingCosts:Salesmens 80 000 100 000 120 000Sales office andManagementexpenses 40 000 60 000 80 000Advertising 50 000 50 000 50 000Salesmensexpenses 50 000 220 000 60 000 270 000 80 000 330000Headquartersadministrationexpenses 80 000 90 000 90 000warehousing 32 000 36 000 36 000costsTotal costs 332 000 396 000 456 000 1184 000Net profit (or loss) 168 000 154 000 (56000)266000The products are packaged and despatched from a central warehouse, and it isestimated that 50% of the costs are variable and the remainder are fixed. All of theselling costs are fixed, with the exception of salesmens expenses, which are variablewith sales revenue. All of the administration expenses of the headquarters arecommon and unavoidable to all alternatives, and have been apportioned to salesterritories on the basis of sales value. In view of the loss, should the North area beclosed? Semester – IIIP761
  20. 20. [3375] - 33-B M.B.A. (Sem. - III) (303 B) DIRECT TAXATION (Old)Time:3Hours [Max. Marks :60Instructions to the candidates: 1) Q.1 is compulsory. Attempt any three from the rest. 2) All questions carry equal marks. 3) Use of calculator is allowed.Ql) Mr. P has purchased following shares of Wi pro Ltd. a) 1,000 shares purchased on 01.01.2006 at Rs. 300 per share. b) 500 shares purchased on 01.04.2006 at Rs. 325 per share. c) 1,500 shares purchased on 30.06.2006 at Rs. 350 per share. Following are the details of sale of shares of Wippro Ltd by P. a) 1,000 shares sold on 31.03.2007 at Rs. 550 per share. b) 500 shares sold on 31.03.2007 at Rs. 565 per share. c) 1,500 shares sold on 31.12.2006 at Rs. 600 per share. You are required to compute Capital Gains arising in the hands of Mr. P for Assessment year 2007 - 08 & discuss the tax implications thereon.Q2) Explain with the help of suitable examples any ten cases of exempt income.Q3) Explain the following: a) Best Judgment Assessment. b) Belated Return. c) Defective Return.Q4) Explain in detail the various deductions available from Income from House property.Q5) Write short notes on: (Any Three) a) Residential status. b) Taxability of House Rent Allowance. c) Family Pension chargeability. d) Block of assets.Q6)a)Discuss the taxability of package received under the Voluntary Retirement scheme.b)State & Explain with the help of suitable illustrations the various conditions to befulfilled in order to get the benefit of deduction of expenditure while calculatingincome under the head profits & gains from business or profession. Semester – IIIP764 [3375] - 34 -B M.B. A. FINANCE SPECIALISATION
  21. 21. 304 B : Advanced Financial Management (Old) (2002 Pattern) (Sem. - III) Time: 3 Hours] [Max. Marks: 60Instructions to the candidates: 1) Attempt any two questions from each section. 2) All questions carry equal marks. SECTION - IQl) Explain the significance of Accounting Standards. Explain the Accountingstandard regarding depreciation.Q2) Explain Zero Based Budgeting.Q3) Explain the various theories of Capital structure.Q4) Write short notes on (any three): a) Inflation Accounting. b) Activity Based Costing. c) Net Present Value. d) Buy back of shares. SECTION - IIQ5) From the following Information of ABC Ltd Prepare Funds Flow Statement. Balance Sheets As on Liabilities 31.3.2006 31.3.2007 Assets 31.3.2006 31.3.2007 Share Capital 10,00,000 11,00,000 Goodwill 50,000 40,000 Debentures 5,00,000 3,00,000 Land & 4,20,000 6,60,000 BuildingGeneral reserve 2,00,000 2,00,000 Plant & 6 00 000 8,00,000 Machinen Profit & Loss 1,10,000 1,90,000 Stocks 2,50,000 2,10,000 AlC . Income Tax 40,000 1,10,000 Debtors 3,00,000 2,40,000 proVIsion Creditors 50,000 40,000 Cash 3,00,000 24,000 Bills Payable 20,000 30,000 Preliminary 30,000 20,000 Expenses Provision For 30,000 24,000doubtful Debts Total 19,50,000 19,94,000 Total 19,50,000 19,94,000Additional Information: a) During the year 2006-07 a part of the machinery costing Rs. 7,500 (accumulated depreciation was Rs. 2,500) was sold for Rs. 3,000. b) Dividend ofRs. 1,00,000 was paid. c) Income tax paid was Rs 50,000. d) Depreciation Provided for Land and building Rs. 10,000 and Plant andMachinery Rs. 50,000."
  22. 22. Q6) a) Determine the risk Adjusted Net Present Value ofthe following Projects: A B C Net Cash Outlay (Rs.) 1,06,000 1,20,000 2,10,000 Project Life 5 years 5 years 5 years Annual Cash Inflow 30,000 42,000 70,000 (Rs.) Coefficient of Variation 0.4 0.8 1.2The company selects the risk - adjusted rate of discount on the basis of thecoefficient of variation: Coefficieht of risk-adjusted rate of Present Value factor 1 to 5 Variation discount years at risk adjusted rate of discount. 0.0 100/0 3.791 0.4 12% 3.605 0.8 14% 3.433 1.2 16% 3.274 1.6 18% 3.127 2.0 22% 2.864 More than 2.0 25% 2.689b)Triangle corporation is considering investing in two mutually exclusive proposalsProject A : initial cash outlay Rs. 1,70,000Project B : initial cash outlay Rs. 1,50,000The certainty equivalent approach is employed in evaluating risky investments. Theexpected cash inflows and their respective certainty equivalents are as follows Project A Project BYear Cash Inflows Certainty Cash Inoflows Certainty Rs. equivalent Rs. equivalent1. 90,000 0.8 90,000 0.92. 1,00,000 0.7 90,000 0.83. 1,10,000 0.5 1,00,000 0.6Discounting factor is 5%Determine which Project is acceptable and which is risky.Q7) With the following information and ratio prepare Trading and Profit and Loss Account and the balance sheet of the PQR LTD Gross Profit ratio 25% Net Profit Ratio 20% Stock turnover ratio 10 NetProfit/capita11/5 Capital to total liabilities 1/2 Fixed assets/capital 5/4 Fixed Assets/total current Assets 5/7 Fixed Assets Rs. 10,00,000 Closing stock Rs. 1,00,000Q8) Explain the following (any three):a) Liquidity Ratios.b) Dividend Policy.c) Time value of Money.
  23. 23. d) Human resource Accounting. Semester – IIIP992 [3375]-35B M.B.A. (Finance Specialization) (305 B) MERCHANT BANKING AND FINANCIAL SERVICES Time: 3 Hours) [Max. Marks: 60Instructions: 1) Answer any five questions. 2) All questions carry equal marks.[Max. Marks: 60Ql) What is Merchant Banking? What is Venture Capital? What role MerchantBankers play in rising of finance?Q2) What is capital market? What are primary and secondary markets? Writedetailed note on Indian Capital Markets.Q3) Write a note on growth and development ofBSE and NSE.Q4) What is Money Market? Discuss different money market instruments.Q5) What is Credit Rating? Name few Credit rating agencies and discuss therefunctions.Q6) Write a note on RBI guidelines on NBFC.Q7) What are mutual funds? What are different types of mutual funds? Discussmutual funds as Investment Avenue.Q8) Name any 10 financial services and write note on each of them. Semester – IIIP748 [3375]- 301 M.B.A: BUSINESS POLICY AND STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT (2005 Pattern) (301) (New Course) (Sem. - III)Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 70Instructions to the candidates:1) Attempt any three questions from section 1.2) Question no.6 is compulsory.3) Figures to the right indicate full marks. SECTION - IQI) How does Business Policy and strategic management make study and practice ofmanagement more effective? [16]
  24. 24. Q2) A small scale industrialist recently attended a seminar on strategic management. She is quite enthusiastic but does not understand exactly how to use the SWOT analysis for her company. Act as a consultant and advise her to use the SWOT Analysis. [16] [Note: Select small scale organization of your choice]Q3) State and explain the various issues involved in strategy implementation w.r.t. [16]a) Structural issuesb) Functional issuesc) Behavioural issuesQ4) Write a detail note on the nature, importance of strategic evaluation. [16] ORDefine and explain the meaning of the term E-Comm~rce and discuss thekey success factors in E-Commerce.Q5) Write a short note on (Any Two) : [16] a)Strategic Control Vs. Operational Control b)GE g cell model c)Types of strategies d)Strategic Budget e)Role of organisational system in strategy evaluation SECTION - II Case StudyQ6) Have Nerves of Steel to Fight* [22]In a market dominated by behemoths like SAIL and TISCO, finding a niche is ofcrucial importance for a small player. What could a Lloyds do with a meagre annualcapacity of making six lakh tonnes of HR coils while SAIL sold over 1,600 lakhtonnes in the same time? Should Lloyds follow the market leader or adopt its ownunique approach to its business strategy? It is in the context of such questions thatLloyds attention came to rest on the manufacturing process.Almost all steel producers adopt the blast furnace technology. In this, the processstarts with a clear differentia~ion among the ultimate products to be manufactured.So, manufacturing batch size has to be large enough to take up customised orders.The raw material, iron ore, has to pass through several complex stages ofmanufacturing.Lloyds looked for an alternative technology that could suit its requirements. Thesolution lay in the Electric Arc Furnace technology where the unique feature wasthat initial manufacturing stages need not differentiate among different products.Such a differentiation came at a much later stage. Translated into a businessproposition; what it meatn was that Lloyds could operate with a much smaller batchsize of, say, 100 tonnes and deliver quickly. For instance, a 1,000-tonnes small orderof specialised product custom-made to buyers specification could be delivered in aslittle as 15 days. Such a quick delivery schedule would not be possible for a large,integrated steel manufacturer. .In this manner, analogous to small gunboats that
  25. 25. could effectively torpedo a large, slow-moving ship, Lloyds carved out a niche in thehighly competitive steel market.QuestionComment on the nature of the business strategy. of Lloyds. What are theconditions in which such a strategy would succeed? Could fail? Semester – IIIP749 [3375] - 302 M.B.A. (302) MANAGEMENT CONTROL SYSTEMS (Sem. - III) (New) Time: 3 HOUTS] Max. Marks :70Instructions to the candidates: 1) Attempt any three questions from Ql to Q5. 2) Q6 is compulsory. 3) Figures to the right indicate marks.Ql) Explain the Informal Management Control System structure with detailed discussion on the following sub-systems. [18] a) Management Style and Culture. b) Infrastructure. c) Rewards. d) Coordination and Integration. e) Control Process.Q2) Explain the nature of Activity Based Costing and compare it with Traditional Costing. What are the four different levels of activities used in ABC to allocate costs? What are the benefits of ABC? Give examples to show how ABC is superior to Traditional Costing and how it leads to more accurate management control of product costs. [18]Q3) In deciding on the investment base to be used in evaluating managers of Investment centres what practices best measure the performance of the unit as an economic entity? Give pros and cons of different practices related to current and fixed asseis measurement. [18]Q4) What do you understand by goal congruence? Explain the importance of achieving goal congruence in designing Management Control Systems in following Sub-systems. a) Staff welfare & Rewards System. b) Profit Centres / Transfer Pricing. c) Allocation of Head Quarters expenses on different divisions. [18]Q5) Write short notes on any Three a) Control Systems in Service Organizations. b) Management Audit. c) Strategic Planning and Management Control. d) Annuity Depreciation.
  26. 26. e) Engineered and Discretionary expense centres.Q6) Actual performance data of 5 divisions of XYZ Ltd. are as follows. (figures in Rs. Lakhs)Division Profit Average Current Average Fixed Assets AssetsA 80 90 400B 60 190 450C 50 350 550D 105 200 800E 155 200 800a) Compute ROI for each division.b) Compute EVA for each division. Charge on usage of Current Assets is 50/0 andFixed Assets is 10%.c) XYZ Ltd. decides to make an investment in Fixed Assets costing Rs. 1 Crore. Thisinvestment is expected to produce profit of Rs. 10 lakhs per year, what will be theeffect on ROI and EVA of each division? Comment on the results.d) If XYZ decides in a declining market, a retrenchment strategy and sells a plantreducing fixed assets by Rs. 75 lakhs, there will be a reduction in annual profits byRs. 5 lakhs. What will be the effect on ROI and EVA of each division? Comment onthe results. [16]c) Semester – IIIP750 [3375] - 303 M.B.A. MARKETING SPECIALISATION 303 (A): Marketing Research (Sem. - III) (New Pattern)Time: 3 Hours [Max. Marks: 70Instructions to the candidates: 1) All questions are compulsory. 2) Figures to the right indicate full marks. 3) Use of Non programmable electronic calculators AllowedQl) The Marketing Managers are able to take more informed decisions. Discuss. How does the quality and quantity of market information affect the marketing decision process? [15]Q2) Explain different types of research designs. [15]ORThe following information is obtained from a survey concerning at 50 shops.Stock Shop Location City Town TotalProduct A 17 18 35Do not
  27. 27. Stock Product A 3 12 15Total 20 30 50Can it be inferred that shops that do not stock product A are relatively more inTowns? Use chi-square test, after finding the expected frequencies. Given: Tablevalue of chi-square for one degree of freedom-at 50/0 level of significance is 3.841.Q3) Write short notes on (Any four): a) Conjoint analysis. b) Steps involved in preparing market research proposal. c) Objective and subjective methods of sales forecasting. d) Readership surveys. e) Scaling techniques. [20]Q4) Neckties have been around in India for past several decades and now form an inevitable pmi of mens formal dressing. Before 1960s, ties were mostly imported from France, England, Italy and a couple of other countries. It was Zodiac which gave the impetus to domestic tie industry in the mid sixties. This was followed by a Delhi-based small company-Zorex Tie Manufacturing (P) Ltd., the ties were sold under the brand Zorex, which later took the name Bentlay. Zorex specializes only in neckwear, whereas other companies treat this segment as an additional item in Menswear market. Today, the tie market in flooded with a number of brands. Bentlay is facing a stiff competition from the companies of Korea, Japan and China. There is a shift from domestic to foreign brands. This trend fuelled by liberalization of imports is expected to gain further momentum in the years to come. Apart from this the domestic producers have also been hit by the onslaught of denim wear and casual dressing, thus reducing usage of ties. Bentlay is thinking seriously sponsor a comprehensive study on necktie market to study its customer profile, its image vis-a-vis other domestic & foreign brands and the segmentation pattern of tie market. Assume that you have been approached to conduct the market research. a) Make a proposal for the market research to be submitted to the client. b) Give detailed Research Design for the proposed study. c) What tools of data collection will be used by you? [7 + 7 + 6]P962 Semester – III [3375]-304 M.B.A. (Semester - III) 303B: ADVANCED FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT (2002 Pattern)Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 70
  28. 28. Instructions to the candidates: 1)Attempt any five questions. 2)Use of electronic pocket calculator is allowed. 3) All questions carry equal marks.Ql) Knight Riders Ltd. sells goods at a gross profit of 20%. It includes depreciation as part of production. The following figures for the 12 months ending 3 pt March 08 are given to enable you to ascertain the requirement of working capital of the company on a cash cost basis: In your working, you are required to assume that: i) a safety margin of 15 % will be maintained; ii) cash is to be held to the extent of 50% of current liabilities; iii) Ignore taxation Stock of raw materials and finished goods are kept at one months requirement all working notes are to form part of your answer Sales at 2 months credit Rs.27,00,000Material consumed (supplier credit is for 2 months) Rs. 6,75,000Total wages (Paid at the beginning of thenext month) Rs.5,40,000Manufacturing expenses outstanding at the end ofthe year (these expenses are paid one month in arrears) Rs. 60,000Total administrative expenses (paid as above) Rs. 1,80,000Sales promotion expenses paid quarterly and in advance Rs. 90,000 (14]Q2) Write short notes on: ( 14] a) Walters Approach to Dividend policy. b) Gordons Approach to relevance of dividend decision.Q3) a)What are the assumptions and implications of NI approach? Is there anoptimal capital structure as NI approach? Explain with the help of suitableexamples. [7]B] "In working capital management, the finance manager has to strike outproper balance between profitability and liquidity". Discuss. [7]Given the following information, find out which project is more riskyXorYState of Probability of Actual cash flowMarket Occurrence Project X Project YHigh 2 Rs.5,000 Rs. 1,200Normal 6 Rs. 800 Rs. 800Low 2 Rs. 600 Rs. 400 [8]
  29. 29. b)Discuss capital budgeting during inflation.Q5) Write short notes on Any Three. [14] a) Tandon committee. b) R.B.I. guidelines on W.C. finance. c) Capital rationing. d) Modiglliani and Miller theory (MM approach). e) Accounting Standard: Disclosure of Accounting Policies.Q6) Discuss the concept of EVA as a tool of performance measurement. DifferentiateEVA with ROI. Give suitable examples in support of answer. [14]Q7) a)What are the leverage, or capital-structure, ratio? Explain the significance andlimitation of the debt -equity ratio as a measure of the firms solvency? [9]Explain the need for funds and cash flow analysis. [5] Semester – IIIP598 [3375]-307 303E:M.B.A. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 303 Spcl. Labour Laws - I (2005)Time: 3 Hours {Max. Marks: 70Instructions to the candidates:1) Attempt any Five questions.2) All questions carry equal Marks.Ql) Define "Industrial - dispute" under I.D.Act and explain when the lock- out is legal. [14]Q2) Explain the objectives of Workmens Compensation Act and elaborate when the employer is liable to pay compensation. [14]Q3) Define "Wages" under the Payment of Wages Act and discuss authorised deductions under the Act. [14]Q4) Discuss the features of M.R.T.U. and PULP Act and explain the unfair Labour Practices on the part of unions. [14]Q5) Explain the provisions of minimum and maximum Bonus under the Payment of Bonus Act and discuss what is available and allocable surplus under the Act. [14]Q6) Discuss the provisions of Payment of Gratuity Act and explain when the worker is not eligible to get gratuity. [14]Q7) Write note on any two: [14] a) Define "Factory" and "Manufacturing Process" under the Factories Act. b) "Conciliation". c) Benefits under E.S.I.C. Act.
  30. 30. d) Provisions of Employees P.P. Act. Semester – IIIP599 [3375]-308 M.B.A. (304 A): INTEGRA TED MARKETING COMMUNICATIONSTiime: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 70Instructions to the candidates: 1) Attempt any five questions. 2) All questions carry equal marks.Ql) What are different types of an Ad Agency? What are the roles and responsibilitiesof each department of an Ad Agency?Q2) Define Media Mix? Discuss the factors to select the right velide to achievemaximum exposure in minimum budget.Q3) Short Notes (Attempt any 4): a) Head lines. b) Slogan/Punchline. c) Brand positioning. d) Sales Promotion. e) Events.Q4) Formulate a social advertisement for anyone: a) Save Water. b) AIDS-it has no cure.Q5) Advertising means salesman ship in print . Do you agree with the statement, Discuss.Q6) Define the roll and functions of a public relation officer of an organisation.What is the relationship ofPR and Integrated Marketing Communication?Q7) What are the characteristics of a good website? Develop the content of awebsite for an organisation which plans to enter Indian Telecom sector. Semester – IIIP963 [3375]- 309 304- B :M.B.A. : DIRECT TAXATION (New) (Semester - III)Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 70Instructions to the candidates: 1) Q. No.8 is compulsory. Attempt any four questions from the remaining.
  31. 31. 2) Use of electronic pocket calculator is allowed. 3] Marks are stated against each question.QI) Define the following terms with reference to Income Tax Act 1961. [3 x 5 = 15]a) Person.b] Agricultural Income.C] Income.Q2) Mr. Ravi (age: 30 years) is in teaching staff of a well known private college in Pune. During the previous year 2006-07, he gets the following emoluments: Basic salary: Rs. 2,86,000; DA: Rs. 25,000 (forming part of salary); CCA: Rs. 3,100; children education allowance: Rs. 2,340 (Rs. 65 per month for 3 children); house rent allowance: Rs. 16,200 (rent paid: Rs. 20,000) and remuneration from the Rajasthan University as paper setter and examiner: Rs. 36,400 (expenditure incurred by X: Rs. 3,400). He gets Rs. 18,890 as reimbursement from the employer in respect of expenditure incurred on medical treatment of his family members from a doctor. Besides, he gets Rs. 12,600 as reimbursement from the employer in respect of books and journals purchased by him for discharging his official work. He contributes 11 percent of his salary to recognized provident fund to which a matching contribution is made by the employer. During the year, he spends Rs. 3,000 on purchase of books for teaching purposes (not being reimbursed by the employer). Besides he makes an expenditure ofRs. 6,000 on maintaining for going to the college and pays Rs. 16,000 as insurance premium on won life insurance policy (sum assured: Rs. 50,000). Determine the taxable income and tax liability of Mr. Ravi for the assessment year 2007 -08. [15]Q3) Enumerate with reference to section lOaf the Income Tax Act 1961, five types ofincome which is totally exempt from tax. [15]Q4) a) When does an assessee not eligible for the benefit of indexation of costsfor determination of capital gains. [5]b] What are the capital assets in respect of which the cost of acquisition shall betaken as Nil while computing capital gains. [4]c) Compute capital gains ofDH private Ltd. for assessment year 2007-08 if thecompany has suffered a loss of Rs. 2,00,000 as per profit and loss alc for P. Year2006-07 and the book value of the plant and machinery, which was insured againstfire, was Rs. 5,00,000. The written down value of plant and machinery block undersection 43 (6) as on 31 5t March, 2006 was Rs. 1,60,000. [6]Q.5 a] What does it mean by Tax planning. Explain the doctrine of form and
  32. 32. substance in the context of tax planning. [6]b] Mr. Rahul, an officer in Indian air force was killed in Jammu & Kashmir on dutyfighting with the terrorist. The widow of Rahul was paid an exgratia of Rs. 1,50,000in March, 2007, besides the family. pension during the year of Rs. 1,20,000. Shewants to know about the taxability of both the receipts. [4]c) "Business restructuring refers to the process by which the organizations rearrangetheir affairs." Explain with the help of possible mode of restructuring. [5]Q.6 a] What are the basic principles for arriving at business income under IncomeTax Act, 1961? [8]b) What are the provisions of computing taxable income and tax liability ofcompany assessee under Minimum alternate tax? [7]Q7) Write short notes on ANY THREE: a) Tax on Distributed Profits of Domestic Companies, . b) Compulsory filing of returns based upon economic criterions. c) Income form House Property. d) Types of assessments. e) Deduction of Tax at source payment to contractors, Rent.i 3375J-309[3 x 5 = 15]-2Q8) Mr. Shekhar is the owner of three houses, which are situated in three differentcities. All the house properties are meant for self-occupation of the assessee. Tpeparticulars of the house properties are as under. Property Property Property A B C Municipal valuation 1,00,000 1,20,000 1,40,000 Fair Rent 1,40,000 1,50,000 1,60,000 Standard Rent 1,30,000 1,60,000 1,50,000 Municipal Tax paid 30,000 20,000 80,000 Interest on money borrowed 35,000 20,000 15,000 (on construction of house property) Ground rent due 5,000 - 8,000 Land revenue due - 6,000 -Compute the income under the head House Property by making assumptionin such a manner that the tax liability of Shekhar is minimum [10] Semester – IIIP601 [3375]-312 M.B.A. (304 E): HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Spl. Industrial RelationsTime: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 70Instructions to the candidates:
  33. 33. 1) Attempt any five questions. 2)All questions carry equal marks.Q1) What is Industrial Relations? Discuss its scope and objectives. [14]Q2) Discuss the role of judiciary in industrial relations. [14]Q3) Explain the machinery for settlement of industrial disputes at state level. [14]Q4) Discuss the problems faced by trade unions due to intra an~ inter unionrivalary. [14]Q5) Discuss the impact of globalisation on industrial relations. [14]Q6) Elaborate the concept of collective bargaining and discuss the causes of itsfailure. [14]Q7) Write short note any two: [14] a) Salient features of Trade Union Act. b) Workers Participation in Management. c) Political affiliation of trade-unions. d) Ad indication of disputes. Semester – IIIP752 [3375] - 313 M.B.A. 305A: MARKETING MANAGEMENT SPECIALIZATION Distribution and Retail Management (Sem.-III)(New) Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 70Instructions to the candidates:1) Attempt two questions from section - I and three questions from section – II2) Q. No.1 from section - I and Q. No.4 from section - II are compulsory.3) All questions carry equal marks. SECTION - IQl) Kelly phanna, a reputed phannaceutical company has recently developed a new drug called "wonder drug". This is a drug for men and is a composite medical treatment that could divert the nutrition from facial hair to hair on the head. This treatment deferred the growth of facial hair, reduced the quantum of growth on the face and improved hair growth on the sealp. This could counter baldness, though the medication could not totally cure baldness. The medication consisted of a powder, which was to be applied on the face for keeping the face clear and smooth and a tablet, which was for diverting the nourishment to the hair roots on the head. Both these medicines were to be
  34. 34. taken on alternate days for three months and there- after once a week for six months. Company has approached you as a consultant for suggesting a suitable distribution channel. Justify your answer. [14]Q2) Explain importance, functions and types of wholesalers. [14]Q3) Discuss concept, components and significance of supply chain management withreference to distribution efficiency. [14] SECTION – IIQ4) Starbucks, the well known coffee chain in America wants to set up a coffeeChain in India. You have been appointed as Retail manager-develop a retail strategy. [14]Q5) Explain various components of retail store administration. Give examples. [14]Q6) Many well known companies in India are expanding their retail market throughFranchising. Comment. [14]Q 7) Define retail merchandising. explain the various steps in merchandisingplanning. [14]Q8) Write short notes on any two : a) Sales promotion - Agri. Retail. b) Retail location. c) Store layout. [14] Semester – IIIP602 [3375]-314 M.B.A. (Sem. - III) (305 B): MERCHANT BANKING AND FINANCIAL SERVICES (New) (Finance Specialisation)Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 70Instructions to the candidates: 1) Attempt any five questions. 2) All questions carry equal marks.Ql) Explain in detail the SEBI guidelines for primary market.Q2) State the features and importance of capital market.Q3) Give a review of the performance of Mutual Funds in India during the lasttwo decades.Q4) Bring out in detail the difference between Leasing and Hire purchasing.
  35. 35. Q5) Explain in brief the meaning of credit rating. ~at. are the benefits and limitationsof such rating.Q6) Explain the meaning of securitization and its procedure. Discuss advantages of securitization.Q7) Write a detailed note on money market instruments.Q8) Write short notes on (ANY TWO): a) Book Building. b) E- Trading. c) Credit and Debit Cards. d) Derivatives in Stock Market. Semester – IIIP603 [3375]-315 (305 - C) M.B.A. VISUAL BASIC AND ORACLE (2005 - New)Time: 3 Hours] [Max. Marks: 70Instructions to the candidates: 1) All questions are compulsory. 2) Figures to the right indicate full marks.Ql) Answer in short (Any 5): a) What is the difference between InputBox ( ) & msgbox ( )? b) What is an Error? Explain types of Errors. c) What is the use of Let/Set/Get methods while defining the property. d) Explain the Hidden property of File ListBox. e) Explain the concept of Control Array. f) Explain various types of Cursors available with ADO object? [10]Q2) Write an ADO Code for table Item Master with fields (Itemno, Description, Unit of Measurement, Rate) & Perform Add, Edit, Delete & View First, Next, Previous, Last facility. [15]Q3) Write Short Notes on (Any 2): [10] a) User defined functions & procedures. b) IDE. c) Menu Editor. d) String functions (Any 5).Q4) Create the following tables with appropriate constraints. Customer :- (Cust_no, sales--pers_no, city) Salesperson :- (Sales_pers_no, sales-pers_name, comm-percentage, year_of _hire) [10]
  36. 36. a) Identify all the customers who nait: dealt with salesperson with id = 2222.. b) Find out record of Salesperson ABCD. c) Find out all the cities from which customer hail from. d) Display the cust_no & city for which salesperson 3333 is responsible. Q5} Write PI/SQL for the following: [15] Accept Salary from user & print all rows from emp table having salary > accepted value. Q6} Write Short Notes (Any 2): a) Index. b) Revoke Command. c) Cursors. [10] **************************************************************************************** Semester – III P604 [3375]-316 M.B.A. (Sem. - III) PRODUCTION AND MATERIALS SPECIALIZATION (305 D) Production Planning and Control (New) (2005 Pattern) Time: 3 Hours] [Max. Marks: 70 Instructions to the candidates: 1) Attempt any five questions. 2) All questions carry equal marks. Ql) Explain those functions ofPP&C which are responsible for cost control and ensure profitability of the organization. Q2) Define capacity of a work centre. Explain the method of monitoring the load profile of a machine or work centre. Q3) Explain the principles ofPP&C in Batch Production system of production. Q4) Explain with examples, various methods of scheduling as applicable to Job Production and Mass Production. Q5) Draw a diagram of cellular layout and explain the concept of cellular manufacturing & its advantages. Q6) Explain in Detail Computer Aided Design along with computer aided machining process implementation and justify whether this gives advantages of saving labour, cost of production, case of production control and any other, advantage. Q7) Explain linear programming technique. What type of decisions can be taken by using this technique?
  37. 37. Q8) Write short notes on Any two: a) Shop floor planning methods. b) Effect ofPP&C on WIP inventory. c) Role ofPP&C in customer order fulfillment. d) Line balancing. Semester – IIIP605 [3375]-317 M.B.A.(Sem. - III) HR - SPECIALISA TION (305 E) Personnel Administration - Application & Procedure (2005 Pattern) (New)Time: 3 Hours] [Max. Marks: 70Instructions to the candidates: 1) Attempt any five questions. 2) All questions carry equal marks.Ql) a) Define Personnel Administration. [5] . b) Explain the Concept and the objective of Personnel Administration. [9]Q2) a) Explain the role of Time Office in any organisation.[7] b) What are the statutory Returns to be sent to the Government Authorities? Explain. [7]Q3) Draft a show-cause notice against an employee for his following Mis-Conduct "Abusing and Neglecting Supervisors Instructions". [14]Q4) Mr.Shinde was working as a supervisor in a Company having 700 employees. He retired from the service on 24th Sep 2007. After serving 37 years 9 months and 24 days. His basic salary at the time of retirement was Rs. 6000/- p.m. Calculate the gratuity to be paid to him. [14]Q5) a) Define personnel Audit. [5] b) Explain the importance of Personnel Audit in any organisation. [9]Q6) What are the Statutory Welfare facilities to be provided by the Company to their employees as per the ~actories Act? Explain. [14]Q 7) Write short notes on any THREE of the following. [14] a) Creche as per the factories Act. b) Non-Statutory Welfare measures.
  38. 38. c) Logistic Management. d) Safety and Security Provisions Under Factories Act. e) Training Methods. Semester – IVP584 [3375]-41 M.B.A. 401: (Sem. - IV) ENTREPRENEURSHIP MANAGEMENT (2003 Pattern) (Old) Time: 3 Hours} [Max. Marks: 60Instructions to the candidates: 1) Q. No. 1 is compulsory. 2) Solve ANY THREE questions out of the remaining. 3) Figures to the right indicate full marks.Q1) a) Discuss the role of the Government both at the Central and State level in motivating and developing entrepreneurship in India. b) "Developing countries like India need imitative entrepreneurs rather than innovative entrepreneurs". Do you agree? Justify your answer with examples. [15]Q2) What are the reasons of very few women becoming entrepreneurs in a developing country like India? Whether Indian women entrepreneurs have now made an impact and shown that they too can contribute in economic development of the country? Discuss with examples. [15]Q3) Answer ANY THREE. [15] a) Characteristics of a successful entrepreneur. b) Explain the concept of risk. How it is related to entrepreneurial functions? c) Write a note on organizations that promote women entrepreneurship in India. d) Distinguish between Entrepreneur and Intrapreneur . e) Briefly mention what are the Objectives and Functions off DBI.Q4) Explain the concept Business Environment and discuss how to scan the environment and identify Business Opportunities. Illustrate your answer with reference to Travel and Tourism OR Event Management Venture of your choice. [15]Q5) Write explanatory notes on the following. a) Entrepreneurial Culture. Or [15] Four Entrepreneurial Pit-Fallsb) Pro.ject Appraisal ,
  39. 39. orVenture Capital FundingQ6) Explain the role of SIDBI and District Industries Centres (DICs) in entrepreneurship development. [15]Q 7) Mr. Rahul a fresh graduate in food technology has developed a novel food product; viz. Coconut Water Composite [CWC] based o.n the indigenously developed technology. The product has been tested by the government food testing laboratory and certified fo.r human consumption. CWC is very tastey and energetic. It do.es not contain any preservatives and does not deplete underground water reservoirs. Mr. Rahul plans to. introduce this novel product as a challenger substitute to. Pepsi and Coca Cola cold-drinks. Prepare a comprehensive advertising and marketing plan fo.r launch of this product nationwide. State your assumptions clearly. [15] Semester – IVP858 [3375]-42 M.B.A. (402) INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (Old Pattern) (Sem. - IV)Time: 3 Hours) [Max. Marks: 60Instructions to the candidates: 1) Question number 6 (Case Study) is compulsory. 2) Attempt any three questions from the remaining questions. 3) All questions carry equal marks.Ql) What are MNCsIMNEs? What are the advantages and disadvantages of MNCs!MNEs to the home and host country in which they operate?Q2) Discuss the different market entry strategies available to global marketers.Q3) What do you understand by country risk analysis? Comment on either political risk or socio-economic risk analysis and management.Q4) Comment on Indias competitive advantage in the field of IT/ITES, Gems and Jewelry Enlist the reasons for success in these sectors.Q5) Write short notes on: (Any three) a) Eli Heckscher-Bertil Ohlin theory of international trade b) Organisational structure of WTO c) International Monetary Fund d) Spot transactions e) Global SourcingQ6) Case Study: Carnegie Mellon to Exit Sankhya Vahini
  40. 40. US based Carnegie Mellon University has decided to withdraw its proposal to setup a mammoth Rs.l ,000 crore next generation network called Sankhya Vahini incollaboration with the Indian government, alleging red tape, according to sources.The decision to withdraw from the controversial project which held the promise torevolutionize data transmission, internet usage inIndia was conveyed on behalf of Carnegie Mellon University by Dr V S Arunachalam,president ofLunet (Which was set up for the project at Carnegie Mellon), to telecomsecretary Shyamal Ghosh. He has also informed Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayeeof this development.In his communication to Ghosh, Arunachalam said: "Even almost two years afterthe cabinet approval, the project has not been sanctioned. Two years in. information technology is considered a lifetime. Similar projects in other parts ofthe world that were not even on the drawing board when we made our originalproposal are now in commercial operation and are being upgraded to higherperformance levels".Mr. Arunachalam said that Lunet, the university, and the potential investors forthis project were now reluctant to invest any more resources in this project.According to Mr. Arunachalam, "the so called public interest litigation against theproject and the continuing adjournments in the court for more than a year, oftenbecause of the absence of the governments lawyer, have not encouraged us either".He said the board (university) has also noted that DoT has not forwarded in itscollaboration with Lunet in spite of the courts observation that they had not granteda stay order and that there was nothing binding against the government goingahead with the project. He finally added that, "we, therefore, very much regret toinform you of our decision to withdraw".Sankhya Vahini was to be the next generation data network offering dramaticallyhigher bandwidths for its users. In the first 12 months, it was to commissionapproximately 10,000 km of high speed network with bandwidth extending between2.5 and 40 billion bits per, second, which .would have made it the largestbandwidth of any data network in the world. The proposed capital for the venturewas to. be Rs.l,OOO crores, the equity to be shared among the participants in aratio would have ensured that the company would have an Indian majority but notbe a public sector company.DoT/DTs equity (45%) was to be in the form of a pair of optical fibers from theexisting DoT/DTS optical fiber cables in the country as well as other existinginfrastructure needed for this project, and the cash involved. Lunets equity (49 percent) was to be in the form of latest equipment and systems needed for building thenationwide network, technologies and cash. Other partners included IndianInstitute of Science, Indian Institutes of Technology (lVlumbai and Chennai) and lITHyderabad and the Ministry of Information Technology.Questions:1) What according to you are the possible reasons for disruption of this project? 2) Red tapism is a problem often faced by foreign MNCs, what precautions should they adopt to avoid such situations? 3) What policy changes should the Indian government adopt to encourage FDI especially in the technology sector? Semester – IV
  41. 41. P586 [3375]-44 M.B.A. (Semester - IV) 404B: LEGAL PROCEDURAL ASPECTS OF FINANCE (2002 Pattern) (Old) Time: 3 Hours] [Max. Marks: 60Instructions to the candidates: 1) Answer any THREE questions from each section. 2) All questions carry equal marks. SECTION - IQl) What are the provisions under payment of Bonus Act in respect of Available Surplus, Set On & Set Off and Minimum Bonus payable?Q2) What are permissible deductions and non-permissible deductions under payment of Wages Act 1936?Q3) What are the provisions under Minimum Wages Act 1948, for attaching assets of Employer? Q4) What are the provisions under Employees Provident Funds & Misc. Provisions Act 1952 for contributions by an Employee & Employer?Q5) What is gratuity under payment of Gratuity Act 1972? When & how gratuity is payable to an employee? SECTION - IIQ6) What are the provisions under Companies Act 1956 for appointment, removal of Directors?Q7) How auditors of a company are appointed and reappointed?Q8) What are the different types of Directors & Shareholders meetings? Explain in details.Q9) How and when company can reduce its Share Capital? Explain in details the formalities to be complied with?QI0) What are the provisions under Companies Act 1956.... Semester – IVP746 [3375]-49 M.B.A. 407B: FINANCE SPECIALISA TION: CASE STUDIES (407B) (Elective - X) (Old Course) (Sem. - IV) Time: 3 Hours] [Max. Marks: 60Instructions to the candidates: 1) Attempt any five case lets from section 1 Each case let carries 6 marks. 2) Attempt any two cases from section II Each case carries 15 marks. SECTION - IQl) In which conditions would you be wishing to enter in to a Forward Exchange contract?Q2) Of the following techniques of capital budgeting which one is conceptually

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