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Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Subject Code:UCXA,Madras University Of Question Paper, Subject:PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT

Madras University Question Paper
Subject:PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT
Subject Code:UCXA
OCTOBER 2011 U/ID 5218/PXL
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
SECTION A — (10 × 3 = 30 marks)
Answer ALL questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
1. Define management.
2. What is the need for management principles?
3. What is policy?
 4. What are the limitations of planning?
5. What is span of control?
6. What are the disadvantages of committee?
7. State the differences between recruitment and
selection.
8. What is staffing?
 9. Define Directing.
10. What is budgetary control?
 SECTION B — (5 × 6 = 30 marks)
Answer any FIVE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
11. Trace the outline structure of Taylor’s Scientific
Management.
12. What are the problems involved in decision
making?
13. Explain the different types of organization
structure.
14. What are the techniques of training of operatives?
 15. What are the advantages of controlling?
16. What are the advantages of planning?
17. What are the advantages of Delegation of
authority?
 SECTION C — (2 × 20 = 40 marks)
Answer BOTH questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
18. (a) Describe the general principles of
management recommended by Fayol.
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 (b) What are the factors affecting span of
management?
19. Case Study :
Scientific Research Corporation
 A professor in management form one of the
leading institutes of management was invited to
lead a seminar for the top 50 managers on
Scientific Research Corporation (SRC). This
seminar was of great significance because the SRC
was spending about Rs. 5.5 crores per year on its
space programs.
 In the course of the seminar, when professor was
warming to his subject and giving a discourse on
how important management theory was and the
various techniques for improving the quality of
management, a distinguished looking gentleman
(who was unknown to the speaker but was a
leading scientist at the SRC) rose from his seat
and said :
 ‘‘Sir, we are very interested in your discourse
which verily has a great deal of intellectual
content in it. But, for your benefit and for the
benefit of all of us gathered here, I would like to
say that, while management may apply to
Hindustan Lever, Delhi Cloth Mills, Associated
Cements, and even to our government agencies
like the Indian Revenue Service, it does not apply
here. We are scientists and researchers, and we do
not need or want management’’.
 The professor was understandably quite taken
aback by this and proceeded to illustrate why
scientists also needed management.
 Questions :
 (a) Suppose that you were the professor leading
the seminar, what would you have said at this
point?
 (b) Can you explain why such an intelligent top
scientist would have made such a statement?

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