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Master of Business Administration- MBA Semester 1 Spring 2016

Spring 2016 smude mba semester 1 solutionsMB0038 - Management Process and Organizational Behaviour

Q1. Describe the concept of vision and mission in an organisation
Explain the different types of structures found in organisation.
Q2. Define management? Explain the importance of management principles.
Q3. Write a short note on?
Definition and Importance of Planning
Types of Planning
Steps in Planning
Decision Making
Q4. Define Organizational behavior. What are the various approaches to Organizational behavior?
Q5. Explain the controlling process. Why is controlling important in management functions?
Q6. Explain the concept of leadership? Describe the trait theory.

Spring 2016 smude mba semester 1 solutionsMB0039 –Business Communication

Q1. Explain briefly the characteristics of communication.
Q2. What is the importance of Kinesics and Proxemics in communication? Explain with examples.
Q3. Differentiate between open and closed questions with examples?
Q4. Imagine a new product from kids’ apparel industry. Write a persuasive letter to customers, persuading them to buy your company’s product.
Q5. List the types of business reports. Explain them.
Q6. Write short notes on:
a) Topic Based GDs
b) Case Based GDs

Spring 2016 smude mba semester 1 solutionsMB0040 – Statistics for Management

Q1. Q1. Write Short notes on
a. Descriptive Statistics
b. Measurement Scales
c. Editing of Data
d. Frequency Distribution
e. bar diagram
Q2. What do you mean by Probability? Define following basic terminologies used in probability theory.
a. Experiment
b. Random experiment
c. Sample space
d. Equally likely events
e. Event
f. Mutually exclusive events
g. Exhaustive set of events
h. Independent events
Q3. Define Probability Distributions. State the assumptions and usage of Binomial Distribution and Normal Distribution.
Q4. Write short notes on
a. Type I and Type II error b. Level of Significance c. Null Hypothesis d. Two–tailed Tests and One–tailed Tests e. Test Statistics Q5. Explain the concept of Chi-Square. Following table depicts the production in three shifts and the number of defective goods that turned out in three weeks in an organization. Test at 5% level of significance whether weeks and shifts are independent.
I 15 5 20
II 20 10 20
III 25 15 20
Q6. Case Study – The following table give the weekly sales of black & colour cartridges by a computer accessories store for the past 7 weeks.
Weekly Sales of Cartridges
Black Cartridges Colour Cartridges
Week Sales Week Sales
1 60 1 67
2 50 2 57
3 70 3 47
4 60 4 50
5 50 5 60
6 55 6 70
7 45 7 60
Prepare a weekly forecast for the next 5 weeks for both types of cartridges. Justify the method used.

Spring 2016 smude mba semester 1 solutionsMB0041 – Financial and Management Accounting

Q1. From the following information prepare the Balance Sheet of a Firm :
Working Capital Gap : Rs. 4,50,000
Working Capital Ratio : 2.5
Velocity of Stock & Debtors : 6 times
Quick Ratio : 1.5
Fixed Asset Turnover Ratio : 2 times
Gross Profit Margin Ratio : 20 %
Fixed Assets to Net Worth : 4/5v Capital is 2/3 of Equity
Q2. Write notes on :
a) Value Added Ratios
b) Balanced Score Card
Q3. From the following Balance Sheet as on 31. 03. 2014 and 31. 03. 2016, prepare Cash
Flow Statement using Indirect method:
Liabilities 31.03.2014 31.03.2016
Share Capital 4,00,000 5,00,000
General Reserve 1,00,000 1,20,000
Profit and Loss Account 50,000 60,000
Long Term Loan from Bank 1,00,000 NIL
Creditors 1,50,000 1,40,000
Provision for Tax 40,000 50,000
Total 8,40,000 8,70,000
Goodwill NIL 20,000
Land and Building 3,00,000 2,85,000
Plant and Machinery 2,50,000 3,00,000
Inventories 1,50,000 1,40,000
Receivables 1,00,000 95,000
Cash 40,000 30,000
Total 8,40,000 8,70,000
During the year 2014-15 :
i) Dividend of Rs. 60,000 was paid.
ii) Assets of a subsidiary was purchased for a consideration of Rs. 1,00,000.
The assets include Inventories Rs. 40,000 and Machinery Rs. 60,000.
iii) Depreciation written off on Machinery Rs. 25,000.
iv) Income-tax provided during the year was Rs. Rs. 50,000

Q4. Following information obtained from a manufacturing company :
01.04.2014 31.03.2016
Stock of Raw Materials 70,000 85,000
Stock of Finished Goods 1,20,000 1,40,000
Stock of Work – in – Progress 20,000 26,000
Indirect Labour - 65,000, Lubricants – 15,000, Insurance on Plant – 5,000, Purchase of
Raw Materials – 3,00,000, Sales Commission - 75,000, Salaries to salesman – 1,00,000,
Administrative Expenses – 1,50,000, Carriage Outward 20,000, Power – 20,000, Direct
Labour - 2,00,000, Depreciation on machinery – 40,000, Factory Rent – 50,000,
Property Tax on Factory Building – 14,000, Sales - 10,11,000
Prepare a statement of Cost and Profit showing :
(a) Cost of Raw Materials Consumed
(b) Prime Cost
(c) Total Manufacturing Cost or Factory Cost or Works Cost
(d) Cost of Production
(e) Cost of Goods available for Sale
(f) Cost of Goods Sold
(g) Cost of sales and
(h) Profit

Q5. From the following information and assumption that the balance in hand on 1st Jan 2016 is
Rs.1,35,000, prepare a cash budget for January 2016 to June 2016
Month Materials Sales Wages Sales &
January 60,000 1,54,000 25,000 10,000 12,000 2,500
February 72,000 2,04,000 29,200 12,000 12,600 3,400
March 61,000 1,82,000 26,200 13,000 12,000 3,500
April 71,200 1,87,200 60,000 15,400 13,000 3,500
May 84,000 2,15,000 54,000 19,000 16,000 4,000
June 87,600 2,27,400 56,000 21,000 16,400 4,000
Assume that 50% are cash sales. Assets are to be required in Feb. and April. Therefore,
provision should be made for payment of Rs.26,000 and Rs.60,000 for the same. An application
has been made to a bank for grant of loan of Rs. 50,000 and it is hoped that it will be received in
the month of May. It is anticipated that a dividend of Rs.70,000 will be paid in June. Debtors
are allowed 1 month credit. Sales commission @ 3% on sales is to be paid. Creditors (for goods
and overhead) grant one month’s credit.

Q6.The following data are obtained from the records of a company :
1st Yr. 2nd Year
Rs. Rs.
Sales 1,00,000 1,40,000
Profit 10,000 14,000
Calculate :
(a) P/V Ratio
(b) Break-even Point
(c) Profit or Loss when Sales amount to Rs. 80,000; and
(d) Sales required to earn a profit of Rs. 25,000

Spring 2016 smude mba semester 1 solutionsMB0042 – Managerial Economics

Q1. Define Elasticity of Supply? Explain the factors determining Elasticity of Supply?
Q2. What is Perfect Competition and also mention the features of Perfect Competition? Explain the different characteristics of Monopolistic Competition?
Q3. A cost-schedule is a statement of variations in costs resulting from variations in the levels of Output and it shows the response of costs to changes in output. If we represent the relationship between changes in the level of output and costs of production, we get different Types of cost curves in the short run. Define the kinds of cost concepts like TFC, TVC, TC, AFC, AVC, AC and MC and its corresponding curves with suitable diagrams for each.
Q4. Write short notes on: a) Consumption Function b) Investment Function
Q5. Define Monetary Policy and Fiscal Policy? Write down any four objectives of both Monetary and Fiscal Policy?
Q6. Define business cycle and some of the causes of business cycles? Discuss the various objectives of Pricing Policies?

Spring 2016 smude mba semester 1 solutionsMB0043 – Human Resource Management

Q1. What is human resources management? Discuss the scope of HRM.
Q2. Discuss globalization and its impact on HR.
Q3. What is succession planning? What are the benefits of having a formal Succession Planning System in an organization?
Q4. Discuss the impacts of HRIS implementation in an organization.
Q5. Who all are responsible for welfare facilities in an organization? Discuss.
Q6. What are the benefits we can see if an organization is providing flexi-time to their employees?

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