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MWR,2011 Question Paper,PRACTICE AND LAW OF BANKING - 1,Madras University Question Paper

Madras University Question Paper
Subject : PRACTICE AND LAW OF BANKING - 1
Subject Code : MWR
MAY 2011 U/ID 1382/MWR
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
SECTION A — (5 × 8 = 40 marks)
Answer any FIVE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
Each answer should not exceed 400 words.
1. Discuss the provisions of the Banking Regulation
Act 1949 governing to minimum paid up capital
and reserves.
 2. How to analyse the balance sheet under financial
statement analysis?
3. Explain the General relationship of a banker.
4. What are the different types of crossing?
5. Discuss the various forms used in the operating
savings bank account.
 6. Define negotiable instrument and describe its
main features.
 7. Who are all involved in endorsement? Discuss.
8. What are the accounts opened by the non-resident
Indian?
SECTION B — (3 × 20 = 60 marks)
Answer any THREE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
Each answer should not exceed 1,200 words.
9. Explain the important powers of RBI under
Banking Regulation Act 1949.
 10. What precautions will you take while opening
accounts of Minors and Joint Hindu Family?
 11. What are the main characteristics of Bill of
Exchange and promissory note? Differentiate
them.
12. State and explain the statutory protection
extended to a collecting banker.
 13. Discuss the services rendered by modern banker.

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Madras University Question Paper,2011 Question Paper,MWJ,FINANCIAL MARKETS

Madras University Question Paper
Subject :FINANCIAL MARKETS
Subject Code :MWJ
MAY 2011 U/ID 1373/MWJ
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
SECTION A — (5 × 8 = 40 marks)
Answer any FIVE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
1. Distinguish between money market and capital
market.
2. State the characteristics features of a capital
market.
3. Explain the promotional assistance undertaken by
IDBI.
4. What is foreign exchange market and what are its
functions?
5. What is meant by bank rate? Explain the
operations of the bank rate and its importance.
6. “The scope for merchant banking is great in
India”. Discuss.
7. Show the classification of Indian financial markets
in the form of a chart and explain the features of
each market.
8. Put forth arguments for and against fixed Vs
floating exchange rate.
SECTION B — (3 × 20 = 60 marks)
Answer any THREE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
9. Classify the various financial intermediaries
functioning in the Indian Financial System and
bring out their features.
10. Discuss the various components of a money
market and bring out their features.
12. Discuss about the various lending operations of
the IMF in detail.
13. Discuss the effectiveness of open market
operations as a method of credit control.
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2011 Question Paper,COMPUTER PROGRAMMING( THEORY ),MW1, Madras University Question Paper

Madras University Question Paper
Subject :COMPUTER PROGRAMMING( THEORY )
Subject Code : MW1
MAY 2011 U/ID 1368/MW1
Time : Three hours Maximum : 60 marks
SECTION A — (10 × 2 = 20 marks)
Answer any TEN questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
1. What do you mean by peripheral device?
2. What is a system?
3. Define Software.
4. State any four system software.
5. What is an assembler?
6. Name any three categories of computer languages
in order of their ease of use.
7. List out the important operations of LOTUS
1-2-3.
 8. What are the four parts of worksheet?
9. Define database.
10. Give a short note on LOCATE dBase command.
 11. What are the label prefixes?
12. What are the various types of data in LOTUS
1-2-3?
SECTION B — (5 × 4 = 20 marks)
Answer any FIVE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
13. Explain some of the popular secondary storage
devices.
14. Explain the import types of application software.
15. What are the advantages of machine language?
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16. What are the benefits of using spread sheet in
LOTUS 1-2-3?
17. Describe the features of dBASE III Plus Report.
 18. Explain the steps involved in software
development process.
19. What is the command for making changes in a
record of dBASE III PLUS?
 SECTION C — (2 × 10 = 20 marks)
Answer BOTH questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
20. (a) Discuss the various types of printers in
detail.
Or
 (b) Discuss the advantages and disadvantages
of computers.
21. (a) Give a detailed note on LOTUS-functions.
Or
 (b) How do you create a bar chart with the help
of imaginary sales figures using
LOTUS 1-2-3?
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MW3, Madras University Question Paper,2011 Question Paper,PRACTICE AND LAW OF BANKING II

Madras University Question Paper
Subject : PRACTICE AND LAW OF BANKING II
Subject Code :MW3
MAY 2011 U/ID 1372/MW3
Time : Three hours Maximum : 60 marks
SECTION A — (5 × 4 2
1
 = 22 2
1
 marks)
Answer any FIVE questions.
1. Bring out the distinction between overdraft and
cash credit.
 2. Discuss in detail the significance of lien to a
Banker.
3. State the precautions required to be taken by a
banker in case of advances against the security of
goods.
4. What are documents of title to goods?
 5. Distinguish between cash flow statement and fund
flow statement.
 6. What are the objectives of KVIC?
7. Write a short note on Technical feasibility.
8. Explain the direct assistance provided by IDBI.
 SECTION B — (3 × 12 2
1
 = 37 2
1
 marks)
Answer any THREE questions.
9. State the precautions which must be taken by the
banker in advancing loans against (a) Book debts
and (b) Gold ornaments.
 (10. Explain the methods of creating charge on
industrial securities.
11. Enumerate the advantages and disadvantages of
goods as security for bank advances.
 12. What are the main functions of Small Industries
Development Organization?
13. Explain the various types of agricultural finance.
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MWQ,Madras University Question Paper,THEORY OF MONEY AND BANKING,2011 Question Paper

Madras University Question Paper
Subject : THEORY OF MONEY AND BANKING
Subject Code : MWQ
MAY 2011 U/ID 1381/MWQ
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
SECTION A — (5 × 8 = 40 marks)
Answer any FIVE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
Each answer should not exceed 400 words.
1. What are the incidental functions of money?
2. Explain briefly the various quantitative methods
of credit control.
3. What are the limitations of credit creation?
4. What are the characteristics of a well developed
money market?
5. State the modus-operandi of a factoring scheme.
6. Explain the principles of sound lending.
7. “The scope for merchant banking is great in India”
- Discuss.
8. What are the advantages of Branch Banking?
SECTION B — (3 × 20 = 60 marks)
Answer any THREE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
Each answer should not exceed 1,200 words.
9. Briefly describe the evolution of money.
10. Explain the various functions of Reserve Bank of
India.
11. Explain the term money market. Describe the
structure and defects of the Indian Money Market.
Suggest remedies.
12. Draw the specimen Balance sheet of Commercial
Bank.
13. (a) What factors should be considered before
selecting a mutual fund?
 (b) Discuss the causes for slow-growth of mutual
fund in India.
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COMMERCIAL LAW,2011 Question Paper,MWB,Madras University Question Paper

Madras University Question Paper
Subject :COMMERCIAL LAW
Subject Code :MWB
MAY 2011 U/ID 1365/MWB
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
SECTION A — (5 × 8 = 40 marks)
Answer any FIVE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
Each answer should not exceed 400 words.
1. What is Consideration? State the legal rules
regarding consideration.
 2. Who are not competent to enter into a valid
contract according to the Indian Contract Act
1872?
 3. Define the term ‘Law’. State the main sources of
Mercantile Law.
 4. Distinguish between a contract of indemnity and a
contract of Guarantee.
5. Discuss the duties of an Agent.
6. Explain the rules as to Delivery of Goods.
7. What are the circumstances under which a firm
may be dissolved?
8. What is Marine Insurance? State its various types.
 SECTION B — (3 × 20 = 60 marks)
Answer any THREE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
Each answer should not exceed 1,200 words.
9. Define Contract. State the essential elements of a
valid contract.
10. Discuss the different modes by which an agency
may terminate.
11. What is bailment? Explain the requisites of
bailment. Discuss the duties of bailer and bailee.
 12. When is a seller of goods deemed to be an unpaid
seller? What are his rights?
 13. List out the basic principles of Insurance.
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Madras University Question Paper,MWP, FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING,2011 Question Paper

Madras University Question Paper
Subject :FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
Subject Code :MWP
MAY 2011 U/ID 1380/MWP
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
SECTION A — (10 × 3 = 30 marks)
Answer ALL questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
1. What are the subsidiary book system?
2. What do you mean by ‘‘loss of profit insurance’’?
3. What do you understand by straight line method?
4. What are the causes for depreciation?
5. Define ‘‘Promissory Note’’.
6. Differentiate between retiring a bill and renewal of a bill.
7. What is ‘Goods in transit’?
8. What is ‘Minimum Rent’?
9. How is the amount due to the outgoing partner settled?
10. Mention any three factors which lead to creation of goodwill.
SECTION B — (5 × 6 = 30 marks)
Answer any FIVE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
11. From the following particulars prepare a bank reconciliation
statement.
 Rs.
(a) Bank O/D balance as per pass book 9,300
(b) Cheques sent to bank not yet collected 850
(c) Cheques issued but not enchased 580
(d) Interest collected by the bank 250
(e) Bank charges not entered in cash book 10
12. Define inventory. What are the objectives of inventory
valuation?
13. On 1st April 2006, a firm purchases machinery worth
Rs. 1,50,000. On 1st October 2008 it buys additional machinery
worth Rs. 30,000 and spends Rs. 3,000 on its erection. The
accounts are closed on 31st march. Annual depreciation 10%.
Show that machinery account for 4 year under straight line
method.
14. X Sold goods to Y for Rs. 5000 Y accepted a bill for Rs. 5,000
drawn by X. On the due date Y approached X and requested him
to cancel the original bill and to draw a new bill for Rs. 5,100
(including interest) which is agreed by X. On the due date, the
second bill was honoured.
 Write the journal entries in the book of X and Y.
 15. Anand, Banu and Chandar are sharing the profits in the ratio of
3:2:1 respectively. On 31st Dec. 2006 Balance Sheet of the firm
stood as follows :
Liabilities Rs. Assets Rs.
Sundry creditors 13,590 Cash 5,900
Capital : Debtors 8,000
Anand 15,000 Stock 11,690
Babu 10,000 Buildings 23,000
Chandar 10,000
 48,590 48,590
4 U/ID 1380/MWP
 Babu retired on the above mentioned date :
 (a) Building be appreciated by Rs. 7,000
 (b) Provision for bad debts be made at 5% on debtors.
 (c) Goodwill a/c Rs. 9,000 of the firm created.
 (d) Rs. 5,000 be paid to Babu immediately and the balance
may be treated as loan.
 Give necessary ledger a/c and show the New Balance
Sheet.
 16. Tata limited leases a colliery on 2007 at a minimum rent of
Rs. 20,000 merging into a royally of Rs. 1.50 per ton with power
to recoup short workings over the first three years of the lease.
The output of the colliery for the four years was :
 2007 – 9,000 tons, 2008 – 1,200 tons
 2009 – 16,000 tons and 2010 – 20,000 tons
 Pass journal entries in the books of Tata limited for the first
year four years.
17. ‘B’ Ltd issued 1,00,000 shares of Rs. 10 each. The amount
payable as follows :
 On application Rs. 2; on allotment Rs. 3 and on 1st final call
Rs. 5.
 The public applied for 90,000 shares and were allotted. All the
amount were received except the first and final call on 2500
shares. The directors forfeited the shares on which call money
was not paid and reissued them at Rs. 8 per share as fully paid.
 Give necessary journal entries.
 SECTION C — (2 × 20 = 40 marks)
Answer BOTH questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
18. (a) The Trial balance of Chandran as on 31st March 2008
revealed the following balances :
Debit balances Rs. Credit balances Rs.
Machinery 8,000 Capital 1,00,000
Purchases 66,725 Sales 1,26,000
Opening stock 30,000 Discount received 800
Discount allowed 350 Sundry creditors 25,000
Bank charges 75
Sundry debtors 45,000
Salaries 6,800
Wages 10,000
Freight inwards 750
Freight outwards 1,200
Rent and taxes 2,000
Advertisement 2,000
Cash at bank 6,900
 2,51,800 2,51,800
7 U/ID 1380/MWP
 Adjustments :
 (i) Closing stock on 31st March 2008 Rs. 35,000
 (ii) Outstanding salaries Rs. 400
 (iii) Write off 10% depreciation on machinery.
 (iv) Create a provision of 5% on debtors for doubtful
debts.
 Prepare the Trading, P & L account and the Balance
Sheets.
 Or
 (b) A company has acquired a lease of a Cinima theatre
building for a term. Of 5 years by payment of Rs. 4,00,000.
It is proposed to depreciate the lease by the annuity
method, charging 5% interest p.a. Show ledger account of
the asset during the period of the lease. Reference to the
annuity table shows that the amount for Re. 1 for 5 years
at 5% is Re. 0.230975.
 19. (a) The following purchases were made by a business house
having three departments.
 Department X 1000 units
 Department Y 2000 units at a total cost of Rs. 1,00,000
 Department Z 2400 units
 Stock on January 1, were :
 Department X 120 units
 Department Y 80 units
 Department Z 152 units
 The sales were :
 Department X 1020 units at Rs. 20 each.
 Department Y 1920 units at Rs. 22.50 each.
 Department Z 2496 units at Rs. 25 each.
 The rate of gross profit is the same in each case prepare
the departmental trading accounts.
 Or
 (b) X, Y and Z were partners carrying on business in
partnership showing profits and losses in the ratio of 3:2:1
respectively. On 31st March 2008 the balance sheet of the
firm stood as follows :
10 U/ID 1380/MWP
Liabilities Rs. Assets Rs.
Creditors 14,000 Cash 5,900
Capital A/c Debtors 8,000
X 15,000 Stock 12,100
Y 10,000 Buildings 23,000
Z 10,000
 49,000 49,000
 Y retired on the above mentioned date on the following
terms :
 (i) Buildings be appreciated by Rs. 7000
 (ii) Provision for bad debts be made @ 5% on debtors.
 (iii) Goodwill of the firm is valued a Rs. 9,000
 (iv) Rs. 5000 be paid to ‘Y’ immediately and balance due
to him be treated as loan.
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2011 Question Paper,THEORY OF MONEY AND BANKING,Madras University Question Paper,MWQ

Madras University Question Paper
Subject :THEORY OF MONEY AND BANKING
Subject Code :MWQ
MAY 2011 U/ID 1381/MWQ
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
SECTION A — (5 × 8 = 40 marks)
Answer any FIVE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
Each answer should not exceed 400 words.
1. What are the incidental functions of money?
2. Explain briefly the various quantitative methods
of credit control.
3. What are the limitations of credit creation?
4. What are the characteristics of a well developed
money market?
5. State the modus-operandi of a factoring scheme.
6. Explain the principles of sound lending.
7. “The scope for merchant banking is great in India”
- Discuss.
 8. What are the advantages of Branch Banking?
SECTION B — (3 × 20 = 60 marks)
Answer any THREE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
Each answer should not exceed 1,200 words.
9. Briefly describe the evolution of money.
10. Explain the various functions of Reserve Bank of
India.
11. Explain the term money market. Describe the
structure and defects of the Indian Money Market.
Suggest remedies.
12. Draw the specimen Balance sheet of Commercial
Bank.
13. (a) What factors should be considered before
selecting a mutual fund?
 (b) Discuss the causes for slow-growth of mutual
fund in India.
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MWP,Madras University Question Paper,2011 Question Paper,FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

Madras University Question Paper
Subject :FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
Subject Code :MWP
MAY 2011 U/ID 1380/MWP
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
SECTION A — (10 × 3 = 30 marks)
Answer ALL questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
1. What are the subsidiary book system?
2. What do you mean by ‘‘loss of profit insurance’’?
3. What do you understand by straight line method?
4. What are the causes for depreciation?
5. Define ‘‘Promissory Note’’.
6. Differentiate between retiring a bill and renewal of a bill.
7. What is ‘Goods in transit’?
8. What is ‘Minimum Rent’?
 9. How is the amount due to the outgoing partner settled?
10. Mention any three factors which lead to creation of goodwill.
SECTION B — (5 × 6 = 30 marks)
Answer any FIVE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
11. From the following particulars prepare a bank reconciliation
statement.
 Rs.
(a) Bank O/D balance as per pass book 9,300
(b) Cheques sent to bank not yet collected 850
(c) Cheques issued but not enchased 580
(d) Interest collected by the bank 250
(e) Bank charges not entered in cash book 10
13. On 1st April 2006, a firm purchases machinery worth
Rs. 1,50,000. On 1st October 2008 it buys additional machinery
worth Rs. 30,000 and spends Rs. 3,000 on its erection. The
accounts are closed on 31st march. Annual depreciation 10%.
Show that machinery account for 4 year under straight line
method.
14. X Sold goods to Y for Rs. 5000 Y accepted a bill for Rs. 5,000
drawn by X. On the due date Y approached X and requested him
to cancel the original bill and to draw a new bill for Rs. 5,100
(including interest) which is agreed by X. On the due date, the
second bill was honoured.
 Write the journal entries in the book of X and Y.
 15. Anand, Banu and Chandar are sharing the profits in the ratio of
3:2:1 respectively. On 31st Dec. 2006 Balance Sheet of the firm
stood as follows :
Liabilities Rs. Assets Rs.
Sundry creditors 13,590 Cash 5,900
Capital : Debtors 8,000
Anand 15,000 Stock 11,690
Babu 10,000 Buildings 23,000
Chandar 10,000
 48,590 48,590
4 U/ID 1380/MWP
 Babu retired on the above mentioned date :
 (a) Building be appreciated by Rs. 7,000
 (b) Provision for bad debts be made at 5% on debtors.
 (c) Goodwill a/c Rs. 9,000 of the firm created.
 (d) Rs. 5,000 be paid to Babu immediately and the balance
may be treated as loan.
 Give necessary ledger a/c and show the New Balance
Sheet.
16. Tata limited leases a colliery on 2007 at a minimum rent of
Rs. 20,000 merging into a royally of Rs. 1.50 per ton with power
to recoup short workings over the first three years of the lease.
The output of the colliery for the four years was :
 2007 – 9,000 tons, 2008 – 1,200 tons
 2009 – 16,000 tons and 2010 – 20,000 tons
 Pass journal entries in the books of Tata limited for the first
year four years.
17. ‘B’ Ltd issued 1,00,000 shares of Rs. 10 each. The amount
payable as follows :
 On application Rs. 2; on allotment Rs. 3 and on 1st final call
Rs. 5.
 The public applied for 90,000 shares and were allotted. All the
amount were received except the first and final call on 2500
shares. The directors forfeited the shares on which call money
was not paid and reissued them at Rs. 8 per share as fully paid.
 Give necessary journal entries.
 SECTION C — (2 × 20 = 40 marks)
Answer BOTH questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
18. (a) The Trial balance of Chandran as on 31st March 2008
revealed the following balances :
Debit balances Rs. Credit balances Rs.
Machinery 8,000 Capital 1,00,000
Purchases 66,725 Sales 1,26,000
Opening stock 30,000 Discount received 800
Discount allowed 350 Sundry creditors 25,000
Bank charges 75
Sundry debtors 45,000
Salaries 6,800
Wages 10,000
Freight inwards 750
Freight outwards 1,200
Rent and taxes 2,000
Advertisement 2,000
Cash at bank 6,900
 2,51,800 2,51,800
7 U/ID 1380/MWP
 Adjustments :
 (i) Closing stock on 31st March 2008 Rs. 35,000
 (ii) Outstanding salaries Rs. 400
 (iii) Write off 10% depreciation on machinery.
 (iv) Create a provision of 5% on debtors for doubtful
debts.
 Prepare the Trading, P & L account and the Balance
Sheets.
Or
 (b) A company has acquired a lease of a Cinima theatre
building for a term. Of 5 years by payment of Rs. 4,00,000.
It is proposed to depreciate the lease by the annuity
method, charging 5% interest p.a. Show ledger account of
the asset during the period of the lease. Reference to the
annuity table shows that the amount for Re. 1 for 5 years
at 5% is Re. 0.230975.
19. (a) The following purchases were made by a business house
having three departments.
 Department X 1000 units
 Department Y 2000 units at a total cost of Rs. 1,00,000
 Department Z 2400 units
 Stock on January 1, were :
 Department X 120 units
 Department Y 80 units
 Department Z 152 units
9 U/ID 1380/MWP
 The sales were :
 Department X 1020 units at Rs. 20 each.
 Department Y 1920 units at Rs. 22.50 each.
 Department Z 2496 units at Rs. 25 each.
 The rate of gross profit is the same in each case prepare
the departmental trading accounts.
Or
 (b) X, Y and Z were partners carrying on business in
partnership showing profits and losses in the ratio of 3:2:1
respectively. On 31st March 2008 the balance sheet of the
firm stood as follows :
10 U/ID 1380/MWP
Liabilities Rs. Assets Rs.
Creditors 14,000 Cash 5,900
Capital A/c Debtors 8,000
X 15,000 Stock 12,100
Y 10,000 Buildings 23,000
Z 10,000
 49,000 49,000
 Y retired on the above mentioned date on the following
terms :
 (i) Buildings be appreciated by Rs. 7000
 (ii) Provision for bad debts be made @ 5% on debtors.
 (iii) Goodwill of the firm is valued a Rs. 9,000
 (iv) Rs. 5000 be paid to ‘Y’ immediately and balance due
to him be treated as loan.
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Madras University Question Paper,MW3,2011 Question Paper,PRACTICE AND LAW OF BANKING II

Madras University Question Paper
Subject :PRACTICE AND LAW OF BANKING II
Subject Code : MW3
MAY 2011 U/ID 1372/MW3
Time : Three hours Maximum : 60 marks
                                     1          1
SECTION A — (5 × 4 - = 22  - marks)
                                     2         2
marks)
Answer any FIVE questions.
1. Bring out the distinction between overdraft and
cash credit.
 2. Discuss in detail the significance of lien to a
Banker.
3. State the precautions required to be taken by a
banker in case of advances against the security of
goods.
 4. What are documents of title to goods?
 5. Distinguish between cash flow statement and fund
flow statement.
 6. What are the objectives of KVIC?
 7. Write a short note on Technical feasibility.
 8. Explain the direct assistance provided by IDBI.
                                       1          1    
SECTION B — (3 × 12 - =  37 -  marks)
                                       2         2  
Answer any THREE questions.
9. State the precautions which must be taken by the
banker in advancing loans against (a) Book debts
and (b) Gold ornaments.
10. Explain the methods of creating charge on
industrial securities.
11. Enumerate the advantages and disadvantages of
goods as security for bank advances.
 12. What are the main functions of Small Industries
Development Organization?
13. Explain the various types of agricultural finance.
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CE2403 Basics of Dynamics and Aseismic Design Nov Dec 2013 Question Paper

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Question Paper Code : 31217
Anna University Chennai
B.E / B.Tech Degree Examination, November / December 2013
Seventh Semester
Civil Engineering
CE2403 / CE 73 / 10111 CE 703 Basics of Dynamics and Aseismic Design
(Common to PTCE 2403 - Basics of Dynamics and Aseismic Design for B.E (Part-Time) Fifth Semester Civil Engineering - Regulation 2009)
(Regulation 2008 / 2010)
Time : 3 hours
Maximum : 100 Marks
Use of IS 1893-2002 is permitted
Answer ALL questions
Part A - (10 x 2 = 20 marks)

1. Distinguish between free and forced vibration
2. What are the various types of dynamic load?
3. State D’Alembert’s principle
4. What is meant by degree of freedom of a dynamic system
5. What is the difference between intensity and magnitude of earthquake
6. What is modified Mercalli scale?
7. What is called ductility factor?
8. Define response spectrum of an earthquake
9. What is the main function of base isolators
10. What is meant by energy dissipation capacity?

Part B - (5 x 16 = 80 marks)
11. (a) Derive the equation of motion of single degree of freedom for free vibration to find out natural frequency and angular frequency
Or
(b) Define and discuss the following:
   (i) Critical damping
    (ii) Damped circular frequency

12. (a) Explain with neat examples of Multi-Degree-of-Freedom-systems
(or)
(b) Derive orthogonality relation between modal shapes of a two degrees of freedom

13. (a) Write in detail about Seismograph with neat schematic diagram and their classifications
(or)
(b)Explain plate tectonics theory and its mechanism

14. (a) Explain briefly about response spectrum and design spectrum
(or)
(b) Define liquefaction. What are the factors that affect liquefaction? What are the measures taken to reduce possibility of liquefaction?

15. (a) Write in brief on the design philosophy and methodology of earthquake resistant design
(or)
(b) Define seismic active control methods and its concepts

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Anna University Chennai
B.E / B.Tech Degree Examination
Seventh Semester
Civil Engineering
CE2403 Basics of Dynamics and Aseismic Design
(Regulation 2008)
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Anna University Chennai
Question Paper Code : P 1154
B.E / B.Tech Degree Examination, Nov / Dec 2009
Seventh Semester
Civil Engineering
CE1403 / CE2403 Basics of Dynamics and Aseismic Design
Common to B.E Part Time Sixth Semester Civil Engineering Regulation 2005
(Regulation 2004)



CE2403 Basics of Dynamics and Aseismic Design May June 2009 Question Paper

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Question Paper Code : K 4154
Anna University Chennai
B.E / B.Tech Degree Examination, May / June 2009
Seventh Semester
Civil Engineering
CE1403 / CE2403 Basics of Dynamics and Aseismic Design
Common to B.E Part Time Sixth Semester Civil Engineering Regulation 2005
(Regulation 2004)
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CE2403 Basics of Dynamics and Aseismic Design April May 2008 Question Paper

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Anna university April May 2008 question paper
Seventh semester
Civil Engineering
CE1403 / CE2403 / CE73 Basics of Dynamics and Aseismic Design
April / May 2008 Question Paper
(Regulation 2004)

Question Paper Code : V 4083
Department : B.E Civil Engineering
Semester : VII / 07 / Seven
Year of Course : Final Year
Regulation : 2004
Question Paper Subject Code : CE1403 / New Codes : CE2403 / CE 73
Subject Name : Basics of Dynamics and Aseismic Design
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Number of Pages : 04

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MWB,2011 Question Paper,Madras University Question Paper,COMMERCIAL LAW

Madras University Question Paper
Subject : COMMERCIAL LAW
Subject Code :MWB
MAY 2011 U/ID 1365/MWB
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
SECTION A — (5 × 8 = 40 marks)
Answer any FIVE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
Each answer should not exceed 400 words.
1. What is Consideration? State the legal rules
regarding consideration.
2. Who are not competent to enter into a valid
contract according to the Indian Contract Act
1872?
3. Define the term ‘Law’. State the main sources of
Mercantile Law.
4. Distinguish between a contract of indemnity and a
contract of Guarantee.
 5. Discuss the duties of an Agent.
 6. Explain the rules as to Delivery of Goods.
 7. What are the circumstances under which a firm
may be dissolved?
8. What is Marine Insurance? State its various types.
 SECTION B — (3 × 20 = 60 marks)
Answer any THREE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
Each answer should not exceed 1,200 words.
9. Define Contract. State the essential elements of a
valid contract.
10. Discuss the different modes by which an agency
may terminate.
11. What is bailment? Explain the requisites of
bailment. Discuss the duties of bailer and bailee.
 12. When is a seller of goods deemed to be an unpaid
seller? What are his rights?
 13. List out the basic principles of Insurance.
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Madras University Question Paper, MW1,2013 Question Paper,COMPUTER PROGRAMMING( THEORY )

Madras University Question Paper
Subject : COMPUTER PROGRAMMING( THEORY )
Subject Code : MW1
OCTOBER 2013 U/ID 1368/MW1
Time : Three hours Maximum : 60 marks
SECTION A — (10 × 2 = 20 marks)
Answer any TEN questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
1. Name some of the popular secondary storage
devices used in today’s computer systems.
2. What is an output device?
3. What do you mean by impact printer?
4. What is shareware?
5. What is a storage hierarchy?
6. What do you understand by programming
language?
7. What modes are available in dBASE III plus?
 8. Define multi-user systems.
9. What are various parts of the worksheet area?
10. Define macros.
11. What is a data item?
12. List out the objectives of a database system.
SECTION B — (5 × 4 = 20 marks)
Answer any FIVE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
13. Describe the basic operations performed by a
computer system.
14. What are bar codes? Give the uses of a bar code
reader.
15. Explain different ways of acquiring software.
16. Explain the commonly used types of printers.
17. List out the uses of magnetic disks.
18. How does a computer language differ from a
natural language?
19. What are various MODEs available in the work
sheet?
SECTION C — (2 × 10 = 20 marks)
Answer BOTH questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
20. (a) Discuss the input devices of a computer in
detail.
Or
 (b) Discuss the advantages of machine language.
21. (a) Write a program in dBASE to prepare a pay
slip for an employee.
 Or
 (b) Discuss about the LOTUS-Functions in detail.
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MWG , Madras University Question Paper,BUSINESS MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS,2013 Question Paper

Madras University Question Paper
Subject : BUSINESS MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS
Subject Code : MWG
OCTOBER 2013 U/ID 1370/MWG
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
SECTION A — (5 × 8 = 40 marks)
Answer any FIVE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
1. In a survey of 5,000 persons, it was found that
2,800 read Indian Expenses and 2,300 read states
man while 400 read both papers. How many do not
read neither Indian expenses nor states man?
2. The average monthly income of a person for the
first eight months of a year exceeds that of the
first seven months of the year by Rs.25. If he earns
Rs.1,275 in the eighth month of the year, find his
average monthly income for the first eight months
of the year.
(8 pages)
3. A person borrowed Rs.500 from a money lender
and agree to pay four instalments of Rs.150 each
at the end of 3, 6, 9, 12 months. Find the rate of
simple interest per annum charged by the money
lender.
4. Construct a table with suitable class interval for
the following data.
28 30 34 39 18 19 20 40 50 70
14 24 60 66 88 78 70 72 64 56
64 42 36 30 30 25 27 29 30 41
45 47 49 51 59 40 65 64 62 59
18 20 22 34 44 47 48 50 45 40
5. From the following data compute the value of
upper and lower quartiles.
Marks No. of
students
Below – 10 8
10 – 20 10
20 – 40 22
40 – 60 25
60 – 80 10
Above 80 5
Total 80
6. Explain about various methods of constructing
index numbers.
7. What are the advantages of stratified random
sampling?
8. An integer is chosen at random out of the integers
from 1 to 100. What is the probability that, it is
 (a) multiple of 5
 (b) divisible by 7
 (c) greater than 70.
SECTION B — (3 × 20 = 60 marks)
Answer any THREE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
9. A man retires at the age of 60 and earns a pension
of Rs.8,700 a year. He wants to commute one third
of his pension. Find the amount he will receive, if
the expectations of his life at this age be 10 years,
and the interest is compounded at 4% per annum.
(Assume that pension for a year is due at the end
of the year).
10. Find the standard deviation for the following
distribution :
X : 4.5 14.5 24.5 34.5 44.5 54.5 64.5
f : 1 5 12 22 17 9 4
11. Two judges in a beauty competition rank the 12
entries as follows :
X : 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Y : 12 9 6 10 3 5 4 7 8 2 11 1
 What degree of agreement is there between the
judgement of the two judges?
12. Calculate the cost of living index number using
aggregate expenditure method :
Commodity Unit consumption in
base year
Price in
base year
Price in
current year
Wheat 200 1.0 1.2
Rice 50 3.0 3.5
Pulses 50 4.0 5.0
Ghee 20 20.0 30.0
Sugar 40 2.5 5.0
Oil 50 10.0 15.0
Fuel 60 2.0 2.5
Clothing 40 15.0 18.0
13. Below are given the figures of production (in
thousand quintals) of a sugar factory :
Year Production
(thousand quintals)
1989 77
1991 88
1992 94
1993 85
1994 91
1995 98
1998 90
 Fit a straight line and tabulate the trend values.
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2013 Question Paper,Madras University Question Paper,MWT,ESSENTIALS OF MANAGEMENT

Madras University Question Paper
Subject :ESSENTIALS OF MANAGEMENT
Subject Code :MWT
OCTOBER 2013 U/ID 1384/MWT
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
SECTION A — (5 × 8 = 40 marks)
Answer any FIVE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
Each answer should not exceed 400 words.
1. Explain briefly the theories of management.
2. Define Science. State its features.
3. What are the characteristics of Informal Group?
4. Explain the types of motivation. Give examples.
5. Write a note on outward communication.
6. Why do managers plan? Explain.
7. Critically examine the concept of management of
objectives.
8. Who is entrepreneur? State the entrepreneurial
traits.
SECTION B — (3 × 20 = 60 marks)
Answer any THREE questions each in 1200 words.
All questions carry equal marks.
9. Discuss the essentials of Management.
10. Explain how group is formed. Point out the
features of Group.
11. Define Communication. Narrate the steps involved
in Communication.
12. What are the advantages and limitations of
Planning?
13. Summarize the social responsibilities of Managers.
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Madras University Question Paper,MWS,INDIAN ECONOMY,2013 Question Paper

Madras University Question Paper
Subject : INDIAN ECONOMY
Subject Code : MWS
OCTOBER 2013 UID 1383/MWS
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
SECTION A — (5 × 8 = 40 marks)
Answer any FIVE questions.
Each answer should not exceed 400words.
1. Enumerate the causes for low productivity in
agriculture.
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4. State the functions of Industrial development
bank of India.
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7. State the need for import and export policy of
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Answer any THREE questions.
Each answer should not exceed 1200 words.
9. Discuss the role of agriculture in Indian economy.
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10. Describe the sources of agricultural finance.
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11. Define small scale industry. Explain its
importance.
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12. What are the benefits and drawbacks of road
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THEORY OF MONEY AND BANKING,Madras University Question Papers,2013 Question Paper, MWQ

Madras University Question Paper
Subject : THEORY OF MONEY AND BANKING
Subject Code : MWQ
OCTOBER 2013 U/ID 1381/MWQ
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
SECTION A — (5 × 8 = 40 marks)OCTOBER 2013 U/ID 1381/MWQ
Answer any FIVE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
1. Critically examine the quantity theory of money
and point out its limitations.
2. Discuss the constitution and working of Reserve
Bank of India.
3. Explain the functions of central bank.
4. Discuss the merits of brach banking system.
5. What is a money market? Explain the features of
developed money market.
6. Discuss the functions of State Financial
Corporations.
7. Explain the qualities required for a merchant
banker.
8. Discuss the advantages of OTCEI to investors.
SECTION B — (3 × 20 = 60 marks)
Answer any THREE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
9. Bring out the merits and demerits of paper
currency system.
10. Explain briefly the different methods of credit
control adopted by a Central Bank.
11. Discuss the role of commercial banks in the
economic development of our country.
12. State the various money market instruments and
state their features in brief.
13. Discuss the various types or classification of
mutual funds.
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MW3,Madras University Question Paper, PRACTICE AND LAW OF BANKING II,2013 Question Paper

Madras University Question Paper
Subject :PRACTICE AND LAW OF BANKING II
Subject Code :MW3
OCTOBER 2013 U/ID 1372/MW3
Time : Three hours Maximum : 60 marks
SECTION A — (5 × 4½ = 22½ marks)
Answer any FIVE questions.
1. What are the different forms of banker’s advances?
2. What do you mean by the term “Set off”? Under
what circumstances can a banker exercise it?
3. What precautions should a banker take while
lending against document of title to goods?
4. Discuss the suitability of life insurance policy as
security for a bank advances.
5. Write a short note on Financial Viability.
6. Describe the functions of District Industries
Centre.
7. What are the schemes provided by KVIC?
8. Who is a small borrower? Give the names of
advances to small borrowers.
SECTION B — (3 × 12½ = 37½ marks)
Answer any THREE questions.
9. Explain the main differences between pledge and
hypothecation.
10. Write the precautions a banker should take in
granting loans and advances against gurantee.
11. Describe the functions and services rendered by
SIDBI.
12. Discuss the role of IDBI in financing small
enterprises.
13. Distinction between cash flow statement and fund
flow statement.
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2011 Question Paper,BUSINESS ECONOMICS,MWC,Madras University Question Paper

Madras University Question Paper
Subject : BUSINESS ECONOMICS
Subject Code : MWC
OCTOBER 2011 U/ID 1366/MWC
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
SECTION A — (5  8 = 40 marks)
Answer any FIVE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
Each answer should not exceed 400 words.
1. Indicate the nature and scope of Business
Economics.
2. Explain the main determinants of demand.
3. Discuss the nature of the short run and long run
average cost curves.
4. What are the assumptions of general equilibrium
analysis?
5. What are the factors determining advertisement
budget?
6. Explain the objectives of pricing policy.
7. Explain the steps involved in capital budgeting
process.
8. Write a short note on :
(a) GNP
(b) NNP
(c) Per capital income.
SECTION B — (3 × 20 = 60 marks)
Answer any THREE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
Each answer should not exceed 1,200 words.
9. Explain the various methods of demand
forecasting for a estabilished product.
10. What is Break-Even analysis? State its
limitations.
11. State the explain the law of variable propotion.
12. Discuss the different methods of pricing.
13. What are the main conceptual problems involved
in the estimation of national income?
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CE2403 Basics of Dynamics and Aseismic Design Nov Dec 2014 Question Paper

Are you looking for previous years question papers of CE2403 Basics of Dynamics and Aseismic Design ? You will have here the download of Nov Dec 2014 question paper of Basics of Dynamics and Aseismic Design. This subject is currently taught in B.E Civil Engineering Anna University Chennai Regulation 2008, 7th Semester. Check out all details provided below and download the question paper in image format as attached below:

Anna University Chennai
Question Paper Code : 91257
B.E / B.Tech Degree Examination, November / December 2014
Seventh Semester
Civil Engineering
CE2403 / CE73 / 10111 CE 703 - Basics of Dynamics and Aseismic Design
Regulation 2009 / 2010
Common to PTCE 2403 / 10111 CE 703 - Basics of Dynamics and Aseismic Design for B.E. (Part-Time) Fifth / Seventh Semester Civil Engineering - Regulation 2009 / 2010)



FOREIGN EXCHANGE AND FINANCING OF,2011 Question Paper,Madras University Question Paper,MWU

Madras University Question Paper
Subject : FOREIGN EXCHANGE AND FINANCING OF
Subject Code : MWU
OCTOBER 2011 U/ID 1385/MWU
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
SECTION A — (5 × 8 = 40 marks)
Answer any FIVE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
Each answer should not exceed 400 words.
1. How foreign exchange administrated in India.
2. Discuss the various functions of foreign exchange
department.
3. What are the factors determines the exchange
rate?
4. State the merits and demerits of letter of credit.
5. What are the financial assistance provided by the
bank to importer?
6. What are the methods used in settling the debts in
international trade?
7. Explain the different objectives of exchange
control.
8. What are the various forms of post-shipment
finance guarantee?
SECTION B — (3 × 20 = 60 marks)
Answer any THREE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
Each answer should not exceed 1,200 words.
9. What are exchange quotation? How it is quoted?
10. Discuss the liberalised exchange rate management
system and united exchange rate system.
11. Explain the different types of foreign exchange
control methods.
12. Discuss the role of RBI in regulating foreign
exchange.
13. What are the various schemes announced by
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Madras University Question Paper,MWS, INDIAN ECONOMY ,2011 Question Paper

Madras University Question Paper
Subject : INDIAN ECONOMY
Subject Code :MWS
OCTOBER 2011 U/ID 1383/MWS
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
SECTION A — (5 × 8 = 40 marks)
Answer any FIVE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
Each answer should not exceed 400 words.
1. What are the important suggestion to improve
agricultural productivity?
2. What are the advantages of co-operative
marketing?
3. What are the weaknesses of primary agricultural
credit societies?
4. What are the problems of the cement industry in
India?
5. Explain various theories of population.
6. What are the objectives of Foreign Exchange
Regulations Act, 1947?
7. What are the measures taken recently towards
export promotion?
8. State the important role of foreign investment.
SECTION B — (3 × 20 = 60 marks)
Answer any THREE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
Each answer should not exceed 1,200 words.
9. Discuss the role of agriculture in the Indian
Economy.
10. Explain the important sources of agricultural
credit.
11. What are the principal factors responsible for the
sickness of small scale units?
12. Discuss the various economic significance of
transport in India.
13. Explain the defects of agricultural marketing in
India.
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MWT,ESSENTIALS OF MANAGEMENT,2011 Question Paper,Madras University Question Paper

Madras University Question Paper
Subject :ESSENTIALS OF MANAGEMENT
Subject Code :MWT
OCTOBER 2011 U/ID 1384/MWT
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
SECTION A — (5 × 8 = 40 marks)
Answer any FIVE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
1. What are the various approaches to management?
 2. What are the objectives of committees?
3. State the nature of motivation.
4. What are the importance of leadership?
5. Write barrier in communication.
6. What are the objectives of planning?
7. Mention the problems in decision making.
8. List out the nature of social responsibility.
 SECTION B — (3 × 20 = 60 marks)
Answer any THREE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
9. Enumerate the functions of management.
10. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of
committee form of organisation.
11. Describe the theories of motivation.
12. Explain the different styles of leadership.
13. Briefly explain the various types of plans.
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CE2403 Basics of Dynamics and Seismic Design Question Bank / Question Papers

B.E Civil Engineering Anna University Chennai CE2403 Basics of Dynamics and Seismic Design Question Bank / Question Papers Regulation 2008 Seventh Semester Free Download

University : Anna University Chennai
Department : Civil Engineering
Course : B.E
Semester : 7
Year : Final Year
Regulation : 2008
Subject Code : CE2403
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University : Kolhan University
I.E.S / I.S.S Examination
Exam Year : 2011
Subject : Statistics - I
Question Paper Code : E-JTT-L-TUA
Time Allowed : Three Hours
Maximum Marks : 200


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Bangalore University: Courses Offered, Affiliated Colleges and Other Details

Affiliated Colleges of Bangalore University : List of Arts, Science & Commerce Colleges in Bengaluru Urban District
In this district, a total of 404 colleges available which are affiliated to this university.

1. A.M.C College, 18th Km. Bannerghatta Road, Bangalore-83,
Year of Affiliation : 1993
Type of College : Pvt.
Contact Details:
Ph.No. : 080 – 27828657/27828299
Fax : 080 – 27828657
E-mail : amcdegree@yahoo.co.in
Web : www.amcgroup.edu.in
Courses Offered: BSc - BT, C, Z; P.M.Cs; P,M,Elecs; MB, C, Z; Stat,M, Cs; Gen,C,Z;BC, Gen, Z;
BCom, BBA, BCA, BHM., MSc - BT ; MB; BC; MCA,MCom, MTA,&MBA

2. AET College, Doddakannelli Village,Carmelaram Post, Bangalore -35.
Year Affiliated : 2004
Nature of the college : Pvt.
Contact Details : Ph.No. : 080 – 28441237, Fax : 080 – 25712061, Tele : +91 – 080-30965400
E-mail : aetcollege@yahoo.com
Web : www.aetinstitution.com
Courses Offered : BA – Tour, Geog, Eng; BSc- FAD;BCom,& BBA

3. Abbas Khan College for Women, Durga Complex, OTC Road, Cubbon Pet, Bangalore-560 002.
Year of affiliation : 1977
Nature of Institution : Pvt.- Aided
Ph.No. : 080 - 22210802/22125007
Fax : 080 – 22485061
E-mail : akcw1974@gmail.com
Web : www.abbaskhancollegeforwomen.org
BA- H,E,Soc; H,E,Geog;H.Sc, E, Psy;
BSc - C, B, Z;C,B,H.Sc; P,M,Cs;
BCom & BBA

4. Abhudaya degree College #26/1, Chikkaballenadur Village, Caremlaram Road, P.O. Sarjapur Road, Bangalore -35 2007 Pvt.
Contact Details:
Ph.No. : 080 – 28439001-2
Fax : 080 – 28440944
E-mail : veehee1961@yahoo.com
Web :www.srikrishnagroupof
institutions.edu.in
Courses Offered : BA - J, Psy, Communicative English, BCA, BCom, & BBA

5. Acharya Institute of Management and Science, Ist Stage, Peenya Industrial Estate, Bangalore-58
1994 Pvt.

Phone / Fax / E-Mail / Web:-
Ph.No. : 080 – 28376430 / 31
Fax : 91-080-28378268
E-mail: principal@acharyainstitutions.org/
director@ acharyainstitutions.org
Web : www.acharyaiams.co.in
URL : www.acharyainstitutions.org

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MDSU BCA Internet and Web Technology 2009 Question Paper

2009 MDSU B.C.A Computer Application Internet and Web Technology Twenty-Second Paper 2009 Question Paper


University : Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University, Ajmer
Course : B.C.A Computer Application
B.C.A Part III Examination, 2009 Question Paper
Question Paper Code : 7138
Subject : Internet and Web Technology
Twenty-Second Paper
Time allowed : 3 hours
Max. Marks : 50

Attempt five questions in all. All questions carry equal marks





MDSU BCA Internet and Web Technology 2008 Question Paper

MDSU B.C.A Computer Application Internet and Web Technology Twenty-Second Paper 2008 Question Paper


University : Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University, Ajmer
Course : B.C.A Computer Application
B.C.A Part III Examination, 2008 Question Paper
Question Paper Code : 841
Subject : Internet and Web Technology
Twenty-Second Paper
Time allowed : 3 hours
Max. Marks : 50



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Date : 11th January 2016, Monday
Time : 10:00 am to 05:00 pm
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MDSU B.A Psychology 2008 Question Paper (Paper B)

Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University Psychology B.A-II, B.A Psychology 2008 Question Paper Free Download


Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University Ajmer
Question Paper
Psychology B.A-II (2008)
Paper-B
PSYCHOLOGY (Experimental Psychology)
Note: (i) Question No. 1 is compulsory. Attempt four other questions, selecting one question each from each of the four units, (ii) Candidates can use non-programmable calculator and statistical tables.

1. Write short answers on any 7 of the following (25-30 words): (7×2=14)
(i) Conditioned stimulus
(ii) Stimulus generalization
(iii) Extinction
(iv) Transfer of learning
(v) Forgetting due to decay
(vi) Recall method
(vii) Memory Span
(viii) Convergent thinking
(ix) Reasoning(x) Concept formation
(xi) Kurtosis
(xii) Type-I error.

UNIT-I
2. What is learning ? Write a note on observational learning. (5,9)5,9)(4,10)(5,9)
7. Discuss the role of language in thinking. (14)

UNIT-IV
8. (a) Write down properties of Normal Probability Curve. (4)

(b) In a certain achievement test, the seventh-grade mean is 28.00 and SD is 4.80; and the eighth-grade mean is 31.60 and SD is 4.00. What per cent of the seventh grade is above the mean of eighth grade ? What per cent of the eighth grade is below the mean of the seventh grade ? (10)

9. (a) Uses of x2.

(b) From the following-table, test whether the colour of the sons’ eyes is associated with that of the fathers’:
Eye colour of sons
Not light Light Total
Eye Not light 230 148 378
colour of father
Light 151 471 622
381 619 1000 4,10

3. Differentiate between classical and operant conditioning. Discuss different factors influencing classical conditioning. (

UNIT-II
4. What is memory ? Discuss its part process.

5. What is Retroactive inhibition ? Discuss its factors.

UNIT-III
6. What is problem solving ? Discuss its stages. (14)

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MDSU BCA-01 Management and Accounting 2011 Question Paper

Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University (MDSU) BCA Part I, BCA-01 Management and Accounting 2011 Question Paper Free Download


University / Board: Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University, Ajmer
Question Paper Code : 2651
B.C.A (Part I) Examination, 2011
(BCA-01)
Subject : Management and Accounting



TNPSC Group II General Knowledge 2013 Question Paper

Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission (TNPSC) Group 2 Exam Old Question Paper Download - Group II General Knowledge (GK) 2013 Question Paper


Exam Board : TNPSC
Exam : Group II
Subject : General Knowledge (GK)
Exam Year : 2013
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Bangalore University: BBM Computer Applications in Business 2014 Question Paper

Bangalore University V semester B.B.M examination 2014 Computer Applications in Business - Nov Dec 2014 Question Paper Download


Bangalore University
V semester B.B.M examination, 2014
Computer Applications in Business
Time:3 Hours Max: Marks: 100
Instruction: Answers should be written in English only

SECTION –A

1. Answer any eight sub questions. Each sub question carries two marks (8x2=16)

a. Differentiate data and information.

b. What is batch processing?

c. Define DSS

d. What is EIS?

e. CTRL J and CTRL X in MS-word is used for.

f. What is a worksheet?

g. What is a autofill in MS-Excel?

h. What is a data model?

i. What is a database?

j. Define voucher in Tally.

SECTION -B

Answer any 3 questions, Each question carries 8 marks. (8x3= 24)

2. Explain the components of business information system.

3. Explain office automation system and GDSS.

4. Explain the features of MS-Power point.

5. What are the types of databases. Explain.

6. Explain page setup menu in MS-word

SECTION-C

Answer Q.No.10 and any three questions, each question carries 15 marks (15x4=60)

7. Explain DSS and its components.

8. Explain levels of management and their information in any organization.

9. Explain datamodels and database language,

10. Explain any five types of charts with diagram in MS-Excel

11. Explain the contents in the Gateway of tally. 

BBM BU Banking Regulations and Operations Nov Dec 2014 Question Paper

BBM Examination Bangalore University, Fifth Semester Banking Regulations and Operations Nov Dec 2014 Question Paper Download


Bangalore University
V semester B.B.M examination, Nov/Dec 2014
Banking Regulations and Operations
Time: 3 Hours Max: Marks: 100

Instruction: Answers should be written in English only
SECTION –A

1. Answer any eight sub questions. Each sub question carries two marks (8x2=16)

a. Define commercial bank.

b. Name any two agency services rendered by banks

c. What is investment policy of a commercial bank?

d. Define collecting banker.

e. Who is a customer?

f. What do you mean by right of general lien?

g. Define bill of exchange?

h. What is letter of credit?

i. Give the meaning of hypothecation?

j. What is NPA?

SECTION -B
Answer any 3 questions, Each question carries 8 marks. (8x3= 24)

2. Explain various forms of lending by a commercial bank.

3. Discuss in brief the various types of crossing of a cheque.

4. Briefly explain the different types of mortgage.

5. What are the duties of a collecting banker?

SECTION-C
Answer Q.No.10 and any three questions, each question carries 15 marks (15x4=60)

6. Bring out the special relationship between banker and customer

7. Explain the regulations and control of commercial banks by RBI.

8. Discuss the precautions to be taken by a banker in opening and conduct of accounts of
(i) Partnership firms
(ii) Joint stock companies with limited liability.

9. Describe different types of borrowing facilities granted by banks.

10. State the meaning of endorsement. Explain the different types of endorsement.

Bangalore University: BBM Corporate Governance Nov Dec 2014 Question Paper

V Semester Bangalore University, BBM Corporate Governance Nov Dec 2014 Question Paper - Free Download in Text Format


Bangalore University
V semester B.B.M examination, Nov/Dec 2014
Corporate Governance
Time:3 Hours Max: Marks: 100
Instruction: Answers should be written Completely in English only

SECTION –A

1. Answer any eight sub questions. Each sub question carries two marks (8x2=16)

a. What is applied ethics?

b. Give the meaning of happiness.

c. What do you mean by exaggeration?

d. What is tax evasion?

e. Give the meaning of white collar crime.

f. What is ethical dilemma?

g. What do you mean by corporate climate?

h. What is hacking?

i. Give the meaning of consumerism?

j. State any two benefits of corporate governance.

SECTION -B

Answer any 3 questions. Each question carries 8 marks. (8x3=24)

2. Briefly explain the principles of business ethics.

3. Discuss the ethics in marketing of goods.

4. What are the different cultural concepts? Discuss.

5. Explain briefly principles of corporate governance?

SECTION-C

Answer Q.No.10 and any three questions, each question carries 15 marks (15x4=60)

6. Explain purposes of business ethics.

7. Explain the scope of corporate social responsibility.

8. Examine unethical practices in marketing.

9. Discuss the ways of prevention of computer crimes.

10. List out Narayana Murthy Committee recommendations. Comment.

BU BBM Entrepreneurial Management 2014 Question Paper

Bangalore University 5th Semester BBM Entrepreneurial Management 2014 Question Paper Free Download

Bangalore University
V Semester B.B.M examination, 2014
Entrepreneurial Management.
Time:3 Hours
Max: Marks: 100
Instruction: Answers should be written in English only

SECTION –A
1. Answer any eight sub questions. Each sub question carries two marks (8x2=16)

a. Who is an intrapreneur?

b. State any two objectives of EDP.

c. What is a tiny industry?

d. What is a feasibility report?

e. Mention steps to prepare a business plan.

f. Expand AWAKE and TCO.

g. What are the factors which influence the selection of a region?

h. State any two objectives of small scale industries.

i. What is tax holiday?

j. Mention any two technical institutions fostering entrepreneur development.

SECTION -B
Answer any 3 questions, Each question carries 8 marks. (8x3= 24)

2. Discuss various roles of entrepreneur for economic development.

3. Explain the product range in small scale industries.

4. How do you identify a business opportunity?

5. Discuss the need for business plan.

SECTION-C
Answer Q.No.10 and any three questions, each question carries 15 marks (15x4=60)

6. Explain the different phases of entrepreneurship.

7. Discuss various functions of state level institutions.

8. Explain the problems faced by small scale industries in India.

9. Briefly explain the procedure to be followed and documents to be furnished while starting a small scale unit.

10. Discuss the various steps of business plan.