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CANARA BANK SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES, BANGALORE UNIVERSITY, BANGALORE MBA I SEMESTER (DAY) DECEMBER 2010 INTERNAL ASSESSMENT

T TEST I ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERS TIME: 1 HOUR SECTION A MAX. MARKS:30

1. Answer the following. Each question caries 2 marks (5 * 2 = 10)


a. b. c. d. e. What is GAAP? What is business entity concept? What do you mean by compound journal entry? What are the limitations of financial statements? What is profit and loss appropriation account

SECTION B

2. Answer the following. Each question caries 5 marks (5 * 2 = 10)


a. Explain the different types of errors in books of accounts. b. Pass the journal entries for the following transactions. i. Started business with Rs. 4,00,000 in bank and Rs. 40000 cash ii. Bought furniture for Rs. 5,00,000 and van for Rs. 3,00,000 and payment were made by cheques iii. Deposited Rs. 2,00,000 in SBM iv. Cash sales Rs. 5,00,000 v. Paid wages Rs, 1,00,000 and rent Rs. 5,000 by cash

SECTION C

Answer the following question (1 * 10 = 10)


1. From the following trial balance of Mr. Gupta, prepare trading and profit and loss account for the year ended 31st December 2003 and a balance sheet as on that date:

Dr Capital Drawings Stock 1-1-03 Return inwards Carriage inwards Deposit with Indian bank Carriage outwards Loan to anil @5%given on 1-1-03 Return outwards Interest on loan to anil Rent Rent outstanding Purchases Debtors Goodwill Creditors Advertisement Provision for doubtful debts Bad debts Patents and trade marks Cash in hand Sales Discount allowed Wages Plant and machinery 32500 174450 5540 12400 13750 7250 10000

Cr. 200000

8400 250 8200 1300 1129700 40000 17300 30000 9540 12000 4000 5000 620 1279140 3300 7540 50000 1531090

1531090

Adjustment: 1. Write off further bad debts Rs. 6,000 2. Make provision for doubtful debts @ 10% on debtors 3. The value of closing stock is Rs. 1,87,920 4. Provide depreciation on machinery at 10% per annum 5. Advertisement expenses paid in advance Rs. 1,200.

BUSINESS PERSPECTIVES TIME: 1 HOUR MAX. MARKS:25

SECTION A

1. Answer all the question in this questions (2 1/2 * 2 = 5)


a. What is environmental cost audit? b. Mention the objective of industrial policy 1991.

SECTION B

Answer any two question (10 * 2 = 20)


1. Discuss the need and importance of IT of developing countries like India 2. Explain the importance of global business to India and its advantages and disadvantages. 3. Explain the trends of monitory policy in India?

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FOR MANAGERS TIME: 1 HOUR SECTION A MAX. MARKS:25

Answer all 1 * 5 = 5
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. What is database Define DBMS with an example? Distinguish between E-commerce and E-business? List the security measuring techniques? Define DSS?

SECTION B

Answer any two 2 * 5 = 10


6. What are the types of DBMS? Explain with an example? 7. List and explain the types of E-commerce? 8. Briefly describe the security issues?

SECTION C

1 *10 = 10

9. Briefly explain the phases of SDLC?

BUSINESS MATHEMATICS TIME: 1 HOUR MAX. MARKS:25

1. Calculate the straight line trend using the method of least squares and project the sales figures for the next two years (7 marks) year Sales figures in 000s Rs 2005 45 2006 50 2007 52 2008 48 2009 54

2. Calculate the coefficient of correlation and comment on the significance of the correlation(8 marks) X Y 34 67 45 77 39 66 44 78 56 87 65 80

3 calculate the two regression equation, x on y and y on x. project for x=12 and 15, also for y = 45 and 55. (10 marks) X Y 10 30 13 34 18 40 20 56 30 60 25 65

MANAGERIAL COMMUNICATION TIME: 1 HOUR SECTION A MAX. MARKS:25

Answer any two questions. Each question caries 2 marks (2 * 2 = 4)

a. what is feedback? b. why visual aids are important? c. What is an annual report?

SECTION B

Answer any one questions. Each question caries 7 marks (1 * 7 = 7)


1. cite some of the difference between verbal and non verbal communication. 2. Explain the communication network.

SECTION C

Answer any two questions. Each question caries 7 marks (2 * 7 = 14)


1. 1 what is power point presentation? 2. 2 Write an appointment letter 3. 3 how to make the advertisements effective?

ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR TIME: 1 HOUR SECTION A MAX. MARKS:20

1. Answer the following. (5 * 1/2 = 2)


a. b. c. d. define organizational behavior define personality define perception. define the term motivation.

SECTION B

Answer the four questions: (4 * 2 = 8)


1 is it possible to change attitude? If yes, what are the ways 2 discuss perceptual process with a model. 3 Compare Maslows need hicrarchy theory with Herzbergss two factors theory of motivation. 4 Discuss the concepts viz locus of control, authoritarianism, Machiavellianism 5 Contrast classical conditioning, operant conditioning. 6 Discuss the Fraudian theory of personality development.

SECTION C

Case study (1 * 10 = 10)


It is the 10th cigarette Sridhar has been chain smoking. He is restless. He has real problem and does not know what to do next. He had a lot of confidence in Ganesh, but suspected no one else in the office was prepared to share similar view. Perhaps if he ran through the entire story again in his mind he would see the solution. Sridhar has been manager distribution for indoltex industries for the past 20 years. An early brush with law and a server indictment from legal authorities has made him realize the importance of honesty and hard work. Rao has given a chance despite his record, and Sridhar had made the most of it. How is now the most respected manager in the company. Few people knew his background. Sridhar hired Ganesh whose background was identical to that of is (sridhars). similar understood how ganesh felt when ganesh tried to explain his past and asked for a chance. Sridhar decided to give him that chance just as Rao had given him his. Ganesh eagerly accepted a job on the loading docks and was soon able to load a truck as fast as anymore else in the crew. Things went on well for some time. Everyone seemed to like ganesh and he made several new friends. But Sridhar had been vaguely distributed about two months ago when another worker reported that his purse was missing. How confronted ganesh about this and was reassured when ganesh understood his concern and earnestly and calmly asserted his innocence. Sridhar was especially relived when the purse was found a few days later. However, events in the last week have brewed serious trouble. First a new clerk in the personal department came across records about ganesh past while updating employees files. Assuming that the information was

common knowledge, the clerk mentioned to several employees whether it was wise to hire ganesh who has a shady background. The next day someone in bookkeeping discovered about some money missing from petty cash. Another worker claimed to have seen ganesh in the area around the office cash box earlier that day. Most people assumed that ganesh ws the thief. The worker whose purse has been misplaced suggested that perhaps ganesh indeed had stolen it but then returned it when questioned. Several employees have approached Sridhar and requested that ganesh should be fined. Meanwhile, when Sridhar discussed the problem with ganesh, ganesh was defensive and sullen and said little about the petty cash situation other than to deny stealing the money. Four more cigarettes went up in smoke. Sridhar failed to find any solution. Recollecting the past did not help him either. Should he fine ganesh? The evidence of course is purely circumstantial, yet everybody else is convinced about the guilt of ganesh. Sridhar feared that if he fails to fine ganesh . he would lose trust of everybody in the company and some people may even question his own integrity.

Questions:Explain the events in this case in terms of perceptual processes. Identify characteristics of the person, the object and the situation.

MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS TIME: 1 HOUR SECTION A MAX. MARKS:25

1. Answer any 5 questions. (5 * 1 = 5)


a. b. c. d. e. f. what is experience curve? what are giffen goods? what is time value of money? what is cross elasticity of demand? what is law of demand? what is demand function?

SECTION B

Answer any 2 question caries 2 marks (5 * 2 = 10)


1. distinguish between return to scale and low of variable proportion 2. explain briefly different types of price elasticity of demand 3. what is meant by production possibility curve? How can the central problem of economy be explained by it?

SECTION C
1. a refrigerator manufacturing company observe that there is a relationship between the consumers disposable personal income index and purchase of refrigerators by them. Year Consumer DPI Index(x) 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 100 120 150 160 220 100 140 150 170 200 Refrigerator sold (y)

The following data is available to the firm. From this data, compute the possible demand for the year 1999, if the index would be 250.

CANARA BANK SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES, BANGALORE UNIVERSITY, BANGALORE MBA I SEMESTER (DAY) DECEMBER 2010 INTERNAL ASSESSMENT TEST II ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERS TIME: 1 HOUR SECTION A MAX. MARKS:30

1. Answer the following. Each question caries 2 marks (5 * 2 = 10)


a. What is WPV method of depreciation? b. What is inventory turnover ratio? c. What is trend analysis? d. What is marginal costing? e. What is standard costing?

SECTION B

Answer the following questions (2 * 5 = 10) a. Explain different classification of ratios b. Discuss the different techniques of financial analysis

SECTION C

Answer the following question (10 * 1 = 10)


A company having a networking capital of Rs. 2.8 lakhs indicates the following financial ratios and performance figures Current ratio Liquidity ratio Inventory turnover (on cost of sales) 2.4 1.6 8

Gp on sales Credit allowed (month)

20% 1.5

The companys fixed asset is equivalent to 90% of its net worth(share capital + reserves) while reserves amount to 40% of share capital Prepare balance sheet

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FOR BUSINESS TIME: 1 HOUR SECTION A MAX. MARKS:25

Answer all 1 * 5 = 5
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. What is EDI? Define GDSS? What is meant by re-engineering? What is an information system? Define MIS?

SECTION B

Answer any two 2 * 5 = 10


6. Distinguish between data and information? 7. Discuss the various types of telecommunication networks? 8. What is data warehousing? How is it useful to business?

SECTION C

Answer the following

1 *10 =10

Explain the measures preventing the misuse of IT?

BUSINESS PERSPECTIVE TIME: 1 HOUR SECTION A MAX. MARKS:25

1. Answer the following. (1 * 5 = 5)


a. b. c. d. e. state that types of inflation distinguish between command economy and market economy what is disinvestment? mention the ways of entering the international business what is IPR?

SECTION B

Answer any two of the following.(5 * 2 = 10)


1. Explain the challenges of SSI in India 2. Discuss the impact of policitical environment on Indian corporate 3. Explain the corporate governance of any one of the Indian company

SECTION C

Answer the following any one (10 * 1 = 10)


1. Explain the CSR issues of private companies in India

2.

Explain the different types of enterprises in india

BUSINESS MATHEMATICS TIME: 1 HOUR MAX. MARKS:25

1. Decide whether there is a significant difference in the performance of five students in three different papers using the analysis of varience(10 marks) STUDENT STUDENT STUDENT STUDENT PAPERS A B C D PAPER ONE PAPER TWO PAPER THREE 56 57 58 76 77 70 87 89 81 45 55 78

2. Calculate the index numbers as per Laspeyre, Paasche and Fischer and conduct the two tests to prove the stability of the Fischers index number formula (10 marks) P0 Q0 P1 Q1 24 32 44 12 11 10 27 33 46 13 12 15

3. Discuss the different averages and their uses (5marks)

MANAGERIAL COMMUNICATION TIME: 1 HOUR SECTION A MAX. MARKS:25

Answer any two questions. Each question caries 2 marks (2 * 2 = 4)


a. why studying Managerial communicationis important? b. list the main features of process of communication? c. major difference between appointment and termination letters

SECTION B

Answer any one questions. Each question caries 7 marks (1 * 7 = 7)


a. What are the important features of a PPT presentation? b. Why E Mails are better than ordinary mail?

SECTION C

Answer any two questions. Each question caries 7 marks (2 * 7 = 14)


a. explain the several forms of verbal communication? b. Write your Bio Data..an appointment letter c. how to write an effective report?

MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS TIME: 1 HOUR SECTION A MAX. MARKS:25

1. Answer the following. (1 * 5 = 5) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. what is economic cost? what is mark up pricing? What is explicit cost? What is B.E.P? What is peak load pricing?

SECTION B

Answer any two (5 * 2 = 10) 1. Brief explain the features of Cyert and Maneh Model of a firm. 2. Distinguish between monopoly and perfect competition 3. Briefly explain the nature and shape of all short run cost curves?

SECTION C

(10 * 1 = 10) Identify the market structure given of that and explain the benefits and features of that market structure.

CASE STUDY SOMETHINGS RIGID IN DENMARK


An interesting and well documented example of price rigidity involved a leather tannery in Denmark. While interviewing the managers of Danish firms about their pricing policies, an economist discovered a firm that charged a higher price for dyed shoe leather than it did for black leather. The price differential had existed since 1890, when dyed leather was more expensive to make . however, by the time of the interview, the dyed leather had become less costly to produce. When queried as to why the pricing policy had not been changed, the firms manager responded; Perhaps we ought to rise the price of black leather somewhat and lower the price of dyed leather to a corresponding degree, but we dare not do so. The fact is that we shall then run the risk of being unable to sell black leather shoes, whereas our competitors will also reduce their prices for dyed shoes