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Important Questions for CBSE Class 12 Business Studies Exam 2013

Mar 2, 2013 17:02 IST

    CBSE Business Studies Guess Paper 2013, given here.


    1.What is the importance of control in a business?

    2.What is the essence of management?

    3.What is negative management?

    4.Management principals are universal, explain the statement?


    5.There is a vacancy for the position of marketing managers in a company. Radha, the Human Resource Manager of the company has to decide whether to promote an existing employee of the organization or select a candidate from an external source. Give your suggestion as to which source Radha should choose, supporting your answer with reasons


    6.Why is background check and medical examination necessary in the process of selection?

    7.A company manufacturing mobile phones increasing its production facilities in response to surge in demand. It asked its entire workforce to work overtime. Due to increased pressure efficiency declined. Sometimes there was confusion about whose orders to follow. There was decline in teamwork. Identify the two principles of management (of Henri Foyal), which were being violated. Explain them and how they can be implemented. Suggest the required changes.


    8.Explain the statement ‘Right to be heard’ for a consumer?


    9.The success of scientific management depends on mental revolution on the part of both management and workmen explain.


    10.Write any two impact of legal regulatory environment on business?

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