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  • 1. MBA Question Papers Year 2005Semester ISub. Code Subject NameMay 2005 Oct 2005101 O. B. & P. P M. May 2005 Oct 2005102 Management Accounting May 2005 Oct 2005103 Managerial EconomicsMay 2005 Oct 2005104 Statistical & Quantitative Method May 2005 Oct 2005105 Legal Aspects of Business May 2005 Oct 2005106 Basic of MarketingMay 2005 Oct 2005 Semester IISub. Code Subject NameMay 2005 Oct 2005201 Marketing ManagementMay 2005 Oct 2005202 Financial ManagementMay 2005 Oct 2005203 Human Resource Management May 2005 Oct 2005204 Manufacturing & Operation May 2005 Oct 2005Management205 Material & Logistics Management May 2005 Oct 2005206 Management Information System May 2005 Oct 2005 Semester IIISub. CodeSubject Name May 2005301 Business Policy & Strategic May 2005 Oct 2005Management 302Management Control System May 2005 Oct 2005303AMarketing ResearchMay 2005 Oct 2005303BAdvance Financial ManagementMay 2005 Oct 2005303CSoftware EngineeringMay 2005 Oct 2005303DLogistics And Supply chainMay 2005 Oct 2005Management303ELabour LawMay 2005 Oct 2005304AIntegrated MarketingMay 2005 Oct 2005Communications304BDirect Taxation May 2005 Oct 2005 304CSRelational Database ManagementMay 2005 Oct 2005System304DQuality ManagementMay 2005 Oct 2005304EHRM Industrial Relation May 2005 Oct 2005305AMarketing Management ServiceMay 2005 Oct 2005Marketing and Brand Management305BFinance Merchant Banking andMay 2005 Oct 2005Financial Services305CVisual Basic and Oracle May 2005 Oct 2005305DProduction & Material May 2005 Oct 2005Production Planning and Control305EH R M Training AndMay 2005 Oct 2005

2. Development306AMarketing Management Retail May 2005 Oct 2005and Distribution Management306BInternational Finance May 2005 Oct 2005306CComputer Business Application May 2005 Oct 2005306D Oct 2005306EH R M OrganizationalMay 2005 Oct 2005Development Semester IVSub. CodeSubject Name May 2005401 Entrepreneurship Development &May 2005 Oct 2005Project Management402 International BusinessMay 2005 Oct 2005Management404AMarketing Management -May 2005 Oct 2005Marketing Strategy & RuralMarketing 404Services MarketingMay 2005 Oct 2005404BIndirect Taxation May 2005 Oct 2005404DInventory ManagementMay 2005 Oct 2005404ELabour WelfareMay 2005 Oct 2005407AStrategic Marketing and May 2005 Oct 2005Relationship Management407BInternational Finance May 2005 Oct 2005407CProject Management and IT May 2005 Oct 2005Management407DProduction & Material Materials May 2005 Oct 2005Requirements Planning407EHRM Strategic Human ResourceMay 2005 Oct 2005Management408AMarketing Management ProductMay 2005 Oct 2005and Brand Management408BStrategic Financial ManagementMay 2005 Oct 2005408CComputer Specialization May 2005 Oct 2005408DProduction and Material May 2005 Oct 2005Specialization408ELabour and Other Laws May 2005 Oct 2005 3. [Total No. of Question :7][2770] 101 MAY 2005M.B.A.(Sem-I)(101) : ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR (New)(Paper-I) Time: 3 Hours[Max. Marks: 70]Instructions: 1) Answer any four questions.2) All questions carry equal marks.Q-1) Explain the term organizational behaviour. Explain the fundamental conceptsof organizational behaviour in detail(15)Q-2) defines the term perception and explains perception process (15)Q-3) what do you understand by Motives and explain Herzberg theoryof motivation, with Relevant examples.(15)Q-4) Define leadership & state its importance along with differentleadership styles.(15)Q-5) Define stress. Explain ill effects of stress on human beings. Howdo people manage stress? (15)Q-6) Enumerate various factors responsible for change. (15)Q-7) Short notes (any one) A) Behavioural management. B) Morale indicators. C) Organisational Design. D) Re-engineering. E) Traditional v/s Modern view of conflict. (15)Semester ITotal No.of Question:8[2770]102 MAY 2005M.B.A.(Sem-I)MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING (102) New(Revised Course) New Time: 3 Hours[Max. Marks: 60] 4. Instruction:1) Attempt any TWO questions from each section.2) Answers to both sections are to be written in one and the same answerbook.3) Figures to the right indicate marks.4) Use of simple calculator is allowed.SECTION-1Q-1) a) Agreement of Trial Balance does not necessarily mean that accounts arecorrect. Comment. [10]b) What is idle time? How can it be controlled?[5]Q-2) a) What are the various methods of valuing inventories? explainany two of them with illustrations. [10] b) Explain the term Labour Turnover. How can it bemeasured? [5]Q-3) a) Distinguish between Allocation, Allocation, Apportionment 7Absorption of overheads.[10]B) Differentiate between revenue 7 capital expenses. [5]Q4) Write short notes on (Any Three):[15] a) Key Factor. b) Stories Ledger. c) Variance Analysis. d) Double Entry Accounting System. e) Current Assets.SECTION-IIQ5) a) Prepare the Bank Reconciliation statement of M/s. DhanawanEnterprises, showing the bank balance as per Cash Book as on30sept. 2004 with the help of following information- [7]1) Balance as per pass book on 30sept. 04(debet) Rs. 1,210.2) Cheques drawn on 30sept.04but not cleared till Oct. 04, Rs. 745, Rs. 9503) Cheques in the bank till Oct.2004- Rs. 3,400.4) A periodie payment of Rs. 150 by bank as per standing instructions not entered in cash book.5) There was a debit in the pass book Rs. 1 for bank charges and Rs. 150 for interest on overdraft which was not entered in cash book.6) Cheques of Rs. 1,500 deposited in the bank was finally dishonoured. It was not entered in the Cash book.7) Bankers have made a mistake in balancing by showing overdrawn in excess by Rs. 100 on 30 Sept.04. 5. b) The cost of sale of product is made up as follows- [8] Rs.Material used in manufacturing55,000 Material used in primary packing10,000 Material used in selling products1,500 Material used in factory 750 Material used in office 1,250 Labour required in Producing 10,000 Labour required for factory supervision 2,000 Direct Expenses5,000 Indirect Expenses1,000 Administration Expenses 1,250 Depreciation on office building & Equipment 750 Depreciation on factory building1,750 Selling Expenses3,500 Freight on material purchased5,000 Advertising 1,250 Assuming that all the products manufactured are sold, what should be theselling price to obtain of 20% on selling price? Show the Prime Cost, Factory Cost,Cost of Production & Cost of Sales separately.Q6) Prepare Trading & Profit & Loss Account and the Balance Sheet as on 31March,2004 of Giriraj. [15] Balances as on 31 March,2004. Rs.Stock of Goods as on 1 April,20037,530Purchases30,000Wages 1,580Sales Credit 40,700Cash 3,700Salaries 5,900Discount to customers 200Discount received 100Office Expenses 800Sundry Creditors 3,800Bills payable2,300Capital (on 1 April, 2003) 20,000Drawings 4,500Cash in hand40Cash at bank 4506% Investments (Purchased on 1 Oct. 2003) 1,000Bills Receivable3,400Sundry Debtors 4,500Plan Machinery4,465Land & Buildings7,000Outstanding Salaries 1,000Depreciate on Plant 235Adjustments- 6. 1) Stock as on 31 Mar.2004 was valued at Rs.5,3002) Provide for doubtful debts on debtors @5%.3) Depreciate Land & Buildings @21/2%.Q7) a) A company had incurred fixed expenses of Rs. 2,25,000 with sales of Rs.7,50,000 and earned a profit of 1,50,000 during the first half year. In the second half year, it suffered a loss of Rs. 75,000 [7] Calculate- i) The profit- volume ratio, break- even point andmargin of safety for the half year. ii)Expected sales volume for the second half yearassuming that selling price & fixed expensesremained unchanged during second half year. b) Prepare a Cash Budget for the period of three months ended on 30 September , 2004 based on the following information-[8] Rs. Cash & Bank balance on 1 July,2004 25,000 Salaries & Wages estimated monthly 10,000 Interest payable (August ,2004) 5,000 EstimatedJune July AugustSeptember Rs. Rs.Rs. Rs. Cash sales --1,40,000 1,52,0001,21,000 Credit Sales1,00,000 80,000 1,40,0001,20,000 Purchases 1,60,000 1,70,000 2,40,0001,80,000 Other expenses 20,00022,000 21,00023,000 Credit sales are collected 50% in the month following the month of sale. Collection from debtors are subject to 5% discount if payment is received during the month of sale and 21/2% if payment is received in the following month. Creditors are paid either on Prompt or 50 days basis. It is estimated that 10% of the creditors are in the prompt category. Others expenses are payable as one month in arrear. Minimum cash in hand requires Rs. 20,000 surplus can be invested (in multiples of thousands) in short term 7. securities entitled for interest at 8% per annum on quarterly basis, investment to be made at the end of each month. Q8) a) Using the following information, calculate. [7] i) Labour cost variance ii) Labour Rate Variance and iii)Labour efficiency Variance for eachdepartment . Department X Department Gross Direct Wages 28,080 19,370 Standard Hours 8,640 6,015 Standard rate per hour3 3.40 Actual Hours Worked 8,200 6,345 b) The trial balance of a firm is prepared as on 31 December 2003. The following errors were found subsequently to have been committed. Pass journal entries to correct them. [8] 1) An amount of Rs. 1,000 was received from Mr. Das on 31 Dec. 2003 but had been entered in the cash book on 3 January 2004. 2) The purchases of an office table costing Rs. 3,000 had been passed through purchases day book. 3) Rs. 3,750 paid for wages to workmen for making furniture had been charged to wages account. 4) A purchase of Rs. 671 had been posted to the debit of the creditors account of Mr. Panna as Rs. 617. 5) A cheque for Rs.200 received from Mr. Joshi on account has been dishonoured on maturity and was passed to the debit of Allowances account. 6) Goods amounting to Rs. 1,000 had been returned by a customers and were taken into stock, but no entry in respect there of was made in the books. 7) Rs. 20,000 paid for the purchase of a motorcycle for a partner Mr. Datta had been