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Find CBSE Class 12th Business Studies Question Paper 2014 set -3. Get the idea that what types of questions had been asked in the cbse class 12th board exam Business Studies question paper. The pattern in which the Question Paper is set is quite different from the manner in which the course structure is defined actually. Inspite of the predefined Course Curriculum, there are certainly some loop holes between the question paper formed and the content of the course. Henceforth, students need to identify these gaps and catch up where the textbooks left off, if they want to get acquainted with the examination pattern. This not only helps them prepare for exams in a better manner but also helps them in understanding the depth with which a topic should be studied.

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**Few Sample Questions from this paper are as follows:**

**Q.** Explain any three functions performed by a supervisor that are vital to any organization.

**Q.** What is meant by ‘Personal Selling’? Explain any three qualities or a good salesman.

**Q.** Explain the concept of ‘Functional Structure’ of an organisation. Also, explain any four disadvantages or functional structure.

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