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IGNOU MS-52 Project Management June 2015 Question Paper

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MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME
Term-End Examination
June, 2015
MS-52 : PROJECT MANAGEMENT
Maximum Marks : 100
(Weightage 70%)

Note : (i) Answer any three questions from 1-5.
(ii) All questions carry equal marks.
(iii) Question 6 is compulsory.
1. (a) Briefly describe the three distinct phases of the development process through which a
typical project goes.
(b) What is the need of demand forecasting ? Discuss various levels of demand forecasting.
2. (a) Explain the concept of Total slack, Free slack and Independent slack. Also give formula
for their computation.
(b) Justify the statement :
"Meticulous management of activities on the critical path is crucial to completing projects on time".
3. (a) What is a matrix organisation ? What are the advantages of this organisation design when used for Project Management ?
(b) "Effective management of materials and equipment play a vital role in Project Management". Comment !
4. (a) How can computers help in monitoring and control of projects ? Discuss.
(b) Describe the objectives of commissioning of projects. Name two ways of handling commissioning in large organisations. How are Cybernetics concepts applied in Project Management ? Explain.Mention some of the pre-requisites for a successful project.
6. Write short notes on any two of the following :
(a) Pay Back Period (PB) method for Project Evaluation.
(b) Activity On Nodes (AON) diagrams.
(c) Concept of Project 'DRIVER'.
(d) Squared Networks in Project Management.


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