Thursday, April 30, 2015

MG2351 Anna University Principle of Management 2015 April May Exam Question Paper

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Monday, April 27, 2015

BE Anna University MG2351 POM all 02 marks with answers

BE Anna University MG2351 POM all 02 marks with answers
Are you looking foir MG2351 POM 02 marks with answers. We've provided all possible important 02 marks with answers. These short questions and answers will be helpful for 06th Semester and 07th Semester R-2008 Anna University and its affiliated college B.E B.Tech students.You no need to download a file instead, you can directly view all questions and answers of MG2351 Principles of Management. Find the contents useful by referring below.

Anna University Chennai
B.E B.Tech Examinations 2015
SHORT QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
MG2351 Principles of Management
04thYEAR 07th SEMESTER 06th Semester

MG2351 – PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT
UNIT I
OVERVIEW OF MANAGEMENT
1) What is Management?
Management is the process of giving direction and controlling the various activities of the people to achieve the objectives of an organization.

2) Define: Management.
According to Knootz and Weihrich “Management is the process of designing and maintaining of an environment in which individuals working together in groups efficiently accomplish selected aims”.

3) Write some characteristics of Management?
Management is a continuous process. Manager use the resources of organization both physical as well as human achieve the goal. Management aims act achieving the organization goals by ensuring effective use of resources.

4) Write any two points favor for management as a science
Management principle should be verified. Reliable basis for predicting future.

5) What is time study?
The movement which takes minimum time is the best one.

6) What is motion study?
Taylor suggested the eliminating wasteful movements and performing only necessary movement.

7) What is authority?
It is the power given to a person to get work from his subordinates.

8) What is responsibility?
It is the amount of work from a man by his superior.

9) Comment: Management is both –A science and an art
Management is a science because it contains general principles. It is also an art
because it requires certain personal skills achieve desired result

10) What is centralization?
The organization is centralized when the power is concentrated with one person.

11) What is decentralization?
If the power is fully distributed to the subordinates of the organization.

12) What is Esprit-de-corps? 
This means union is strength. In organization employees should be harmony and unity.

13) Write some important functions of top level management?
1) Top level management.
2) Middle level management.
3) Lower level management.

14) Write some important functions of top level management?
1) To formulate goals and policies of the company.
2) To formulate budgets.
3) To appoint top executives.

15) Write the functions of management?
1) Planning.
2) Organizing.
3) Staffing.
4) Coordinating.
5) Controlling.

16) Define sole trade?
The sole proprietorship is that form of business organization which owned and controlled by a single individual.

17) What is partnership?
A partnership is an association of two or more persons to carry on business and to share its profit and losses.

18) What is Joint Stock Company?
Joint Stock Company is association of many persons who contribute money worth to common stock and explaining source trade and also share the profit and losses.

19) What is private limited company?
A private limited company is a company which has a minimum paid up capital dory be prescribed.

MG2351 – PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT

20) White is a co-operative society?
It is a voluntary association of persons for mutual benefit and it aims is accomplished through self heap and collective effort.

21) What is a social responsibility?
Society is the part of the management to interact actions withers to protect social interest a society.

16 mark questions
1) Explain the principle of F.W.Taylor theory.
2) Explain the Henry Fayol management theory.
3) What are the major functions of management explain.
4) Explain management is an art or science both science and art.
5) Explain the types of business organization.

UNIT II
PLANNING

22) Define planning.
Planning is the process of selecting the objectives and determining the course of action required to achieve these objectives.

23) What is the main objective of planning ?
Planning is a primary function of organization It helps in achieving objectives It done to cope with uncertainty and change. It helps in facilitating control It helps in coordination Planning increases organization effectiveness. Planning guides in decision making.

24) Define “Mission”
Mission may be defined as “a statement which defines the role that an organization plays in the society”

25) Define “objectives”
The term “objective” or “ goals” are often used interchangeably. Objective are the end results towards which the activities of attain its objectives.

26) What is mean by strategy ?
Strategy of an organization is the programmers of action and deployment of resources to attain its objectives.

27) What are the factors to be considered while formulating strategies ?
Mission and objectives of an organization.Values , aspiration and prejudices of top level management Opportunities and threads of the external environment . Strength and weakness of the firm in various aspects such as funds , organization structure , human talent, technology etc.

28) Define “policies”
Policies are general statement or understanding which provide guidance in decision making to various managers.

29) What is procedure?
Procedure is a chronological order of action required to implement a policy and to achieve an objectives.

30) What is programme ?
Programme is a broad term which includes goals , polices , procedure , rules , task assignment , step to be taken, resources to be employed to carryout a given course of action.

31) Define budgets.
A budget is a statement of expected result in numerical terms and therefore , it may be referred as a numerical programmer.

32) What is objective?
Objectives are the aims, purposes or goals that an organization wants to achieve over varying period of time.

33) What is MBO?
MBO is a process whereby the superior and the superior and the subordinate manager of an enterprise jointly identify its common goals, define each individuals major areas of responsibility in terms of result expected of him, and use these measures as guides for operating the unit and the contribution of each of its members is assessed.

34) What is meant by “strategy”?
A strategy may also be defined as a special type of plan prepared for meeting the challenge posted by the activities of competitors and other environmental forces.

35) What are the major kinds of strategies and policies?
Growth, Finance, organization, personnel, products or service and market.

36) Write down any four factors which lead to fail of strategic planning.
Managers are inadequately prepared for strategic planning. The information for preparing the plans is insufficient for planning for action. The goals of the Organization are too vague. The business units are not clearly identified.

MG2351 – PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT

37) What is planning premises?
The assumptions about future derived from forecasting and used in planning are known as planning premises.

38) What are the practices made in making effective premising?
Selection of premises.
Collection of information..
Development of alternative premises for contingency planning.
Verification of the consistency of premises.
Communication of planning premises.

39) Explain the term decision and decision making?
A decision may be a direction to other to do or not to do...Decision making is defined as the process of choosing a course of action from among alternatives to achieve a desired goal. It is one of the functions of management and also a core process of planning the management executive takes a number of decisions every day. Thus, decisions may be rational or irrational. The best one is selected out of the available alternatives.

40) How would you evaluate the importance of a decision?
Decision making is a selection process. The best alternative is selected out of many available alternatives. Decision –making is a goal –oriented process. Decisions are made to achieve some goal or objective. Decision making is the end process. It is preceded by detailed discussion and selection of alternatives. Decision making is a human and rational process involving the application of intellectual ablates. It involves deep thinking and foreseeing things. Decision making is a dynamic process. An individual takes a number of decisions each day.

41) Mention the three approaches generally adapted by managers in selections an alternative?
Quantitative and Qualitative analysis.
Marginal analysis.
Cost effectiveness analysis.

16 mark questions
1) Describe the various elements in planning?
2) What are different types of plans?
3) Give an account of various steps involved in planning?
4) Describe the different objectives of planning?
5) Explain briefly the benefits and weakness of MBO?

UNIT III
ORGANIZING
42) Define Organizing
Organizing is the process of identifying and grouping of activities required to attain objectivities , delegating authority, creating the responsibility and establishing relationship for the people to work effectively.

43) What do you understand by effective organizing?
Effective organizing focuses on finding in present organizing avoids organizational inflexibility and makes the staff work effective by avoiding conflicts by clarification.

44) How informal organization characteristics differ from formal organization?
It arises without any external cause. It is created on the basis of some similarity among the member. The bases of similarity may be age, sex, place of birth, caste, religion, liking/ disliking etc. Informal organization has no place in the organization chart. It is one of the parts of total organization.

45) What is span control?
Span of control means the number of people managed effective by a single superior in an organization. The term “Span of control” is also known as “ Span of management”, “span of authority” ,and “Span of responsibility” . But span of management is a better term because control and supervision are elements of management.

46) What is matrix structure?
Matrix structure is a hybrid organizational form, containing characteristics of both project and functional structures.

47) How can we define power?
“Power is the probability that one actor with in the relationship will be in a position to carry out his own despite resistance”.

48) What is line authority?
Line authority is the direct authority which a superior exercises over a number of subordinates to carry out orders and instruction. IN organization process, authority is delegated to the individuals to perform the activities.

49) What is staff authority?
The relationship between a staffs manager with whom he works depends in part on the staff duties.

MG2351 – PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT

50) Define staffing.
Staffing is the part of the management process which is concerned with the procurement utilization, maintenance and development of large satisfied work force on the organization.

51) Define Human resource planning.
“Human resource planning is the process by which an organization ensures that it has the right number and all kind of people at the right place at the right time, capable of effectively and efficiently completions, those tasks that will help the organization achieve its overall objectives”.

52) What is job analysis?
Job analysis is a detailed study of a job to identify the skills, experience and aptitude required for the job.

53) What is job design?
The job design is usually broad enough to accommodate people’s needs and desires.

54) Define: Recruitment
B. Flippo defines recruitment as “The process of searching for prospective employees and stimulating to apply for jobs in the organization”.

55) What is selection?
Selection is the process of finding out the most suitable candidate to the job out of the candidates attracted

56) What is grading method?
It is one of the trait-based appraisal methods. The actual performance of the employees is measured against these grades. This method is generally useful for promotion based on performance.

57) What is mean by resources allocation?
Manager is responsible for allocation of money, material and human resource in the organization. He utilizes minimum resource to give maximum profit to the organization.

58) Define the Peter Principle.
The principle states that every person in a hierarchy tends to rise to the level of his incompetence.

59) Define: Training
According to B.Flippo “Training is the act of increasing the knowledge and skill of an employee for doing a particular job”.

60) Define; Organizational conflict.
According to step “conflict is a process in which an effort is purposefully made by one person or unit to block another that result in frustrating the attainment of others goals of the furthering of his or her interests.

61) What is managerial grid?
Managerial grid is behavioral theory of leadership. It plays an important role in managerial behavior in organizational development.

62) What is meant by the term directing?
Directing may be defined as the process of instructing, guiding and inspiring human factors in the organization objectives. It is not only issuing orders and instructions by a superior to his subordinates but also including process of guiding and inspiring them to work effectively.

63) List down the human factors in managing?
Multiplicity of roles.
Individuality.
Personal dignity.

16 mark questions
1) Describe the steps in rational decision making?
2) Explain how formal organization is different from informal organization
3) Discuss about the factors determining an effective span of management
4) Write short note on types of departmentation and matrix organization
5) Explain the concept of functional authority. How do you delegate?
6) Explain the concept of decentralization?

UNIT IV
DIRECTING
64) Define creativity.
Creativity is defined as the ability to produce new and useful ideas through the components in novel and non obvious ways. Creativity exists throughout the populations, largely independent of age , sex and education.

65) What is a SCAMPER tool?
SCAMPER is a checklist that helps us to think of changes. We can make to an existing product to create a new one. These changes can be used either as direct suggestions or as starting points for lateral thinking.

MG2351 – PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT

66) What is meant by reframing matrix?
Reframing Matrix is a simple technique that helps to look at business problems from a number of different viewpoints. It expands the range of creative solutions that you can generate. The approach relies on the fact that different people with different experience approach problems in different ways.

67) State the function of mind mapping tool?
This tool is similar to concept fan except looking one step back from main topic. A mind map consists of a central word or concept with 5 to 10 main ideas that relate to that word , similar to creating a spider-web.

68) Mention the use of DO IT process for creativity?
DO IT is a process for creativity. Techniques explained earlier in this chapter focus on specific aspects of creative thinking. DO IT bundles them together introduce formal methods of problem definition and evaluation. These help you to get the best out of the creativity techniques. DO IT is an acronym that stands for:
D – Define problem
O – Open mind and apply creative techniques
I _ Identify best solution
T _ Transform

69) Differentiate innovation and invention.
Innovation means the use of creative ideas. Invention means really finding new things which are not already available.

70) How can be harmonizing objectives achieved?
Mutual trust.
Cooperation and understanding.
Worker’s participation in management, and
Balancing the objectives of the organization with those of individuals.

71) Define “multiplicity of roles”.
Individuals are not only the productive factor in management’s plans. They are members of social system of many organizations.

72) What is meant by Brain storming?
Brainstorming is an excellent way of developing many creative solutions to a problem. It works by focusing on a problem, and then coming up with very many radical solutions to it . The essence of brainstorming is a creative conference, ideally of a to 8 to12 people meeting for less than an hour to develop a long listed without criticism on a backboard or newsprint as they are offered ; one visible idea leads to others. At the end of this session, participants are asked how the ideas could be combined or improve.

73) Define motivation
According to koonts and O’Donnell, “Motivation is a general terms applying to the entire class of drives, desires, needs wishes and similar forces that induce an individual or a group of people to work”

74) Names the steps involved in motivation process.
Analysis of situation.
Preparing, selecting and applying a set of appropriate motivating tools.
Follow up.

75) What are the types of motivation?
1. Positive motivation
2. Negative motivation
3. Extrinsic motivation
4. Intrinsic motivation

16 mark questions
1) Explain the concept of motivation.
2) Write short note on Maslow’s hierarchy of needs
3) Explain different styles of leadership based on authority
4) Explain the qualities required for effective leadership
5) What are the barriers of effective communication? Explain them
6) Discuss the importance of communication in a modern industrial organization

UNIT V
CONTROLLING
83) Define control?
According to Knootz “Controlling to the measurement and correction of performance in order to make sure that enterprise objectives and the plans devised to attain them are accomplished”.

84) Why need of control in the organization?
Control process is universal.
Control is a continuous process.
Control is action based.
Control is forward looking.

85) Why need of control in the organization?
To Control can minimize the mistake.
To discover the deviations in the management
To minimum dishonest behaviors of employees.

MG2351 – PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT

86) What are the Inter –relationship between planning and end with control?
The management process of adjusting future action on the basis of information about past performance. Control helps in achieving them.

87) What is Feedback Control?
Feedback control is the process of adjusting future action on the basis of information about past performance.

88) What is management by exception?
Actual performance compare with the standard performs deviations which can not significant should be avoided.

89) What is concurrent control?
This control measures for taking corrective action while a programme meet any obstacle in this activities.

90) What is feed forward control?
It is preventive in nature. This control involves evaluation of inputs and taking corrective action before a particular operation is completed.

91) What is direct labour Budget?
Direct labor Budget reveals the expected labor requirements during the budget period.

92) What is fixed Budget?
In this budget in which targets are rigidly fixed .This is a forecast of the targets for the coming fear prepared well in advance.

93) What is flexible budget?
A flexible budget is a budget designed to change in the level of activity.

94) What is Internal Audit?
Internal audit is done by an internal auditor who is an employee of the organization. He examines the objectives, policies, plans procedures and performance of the management

95) Define Productivity?
Productivity is a measure of how much input is required to produce a given output i.e. the ratio (output/input) is called productivity.

96) Define: OR
Operation Research is a systematic analysis of a problem through scientific methods, carried out by appropriate specialists ,working together. As a team, finding an optimum and the most appropriate solution to meet the given set of constraints.

97) What is JIT?
Just in Time Inventory system. In this method the suppliers deliver the materials to the production spot just in time to be assembled .This method reduces cost of inventory.

98) What is value engineering?
It is a special type of cost reduction and product improved technique.

99) What is preventive control?
An efficient manager applies the skills in managerial philosophy to eliminate undesirable activated which are the reasons for poor management.

100) define: Multinational Corporation?
“An enterprise which own or control production or service facilities outside the country in which they are based “.

101) What is ethnocentric attitude?
The manager orientation and managerial activities, operations was based on that of the parent company.

102) What is polycentric attitude?
Polycentric attitude manager orientation was host country orientation.

103) What is geocentric attitude?
This type of managers is trained to balance central, local and global objectives.

104) What is budgetary Control ?
According to J. Batty, "A system which uses budgets as a means of planning and controlling of all aspects of producing and/or selling commodities and services"

105) What is Zero base budgeting ?
The budget is initially designed from a Zero-base. The main element is ZBB in future objective orientation

106) What are the steps involved in ZBB process?
1. Decision package
2. Ranking
3. Allocation of Resources

107) What is PERT and CPM ?
In both techniques, a project is decomposed into activities and then all activities are integrated in a highly logical sequence to find the shortest time required to complete the entire project.

108) Give some examples for New Control Technique ?
1. PERT and CPM
2. Human Resource Accounting

109) What are the data required for preparation of sales budget ? 
1. Past Sales Data
2. Plant Capacity
3. Financial resource available
4. Raw material available

110) What is cash budget ?
This budget gives an estimate of the anticipated receipts and payments of cash during the budget period.

16 mark questions
23) Explain the steps in the process of controlling.
24) Explain the role of MIS play at various levels of management
25) What are the effective steps for direct control and preventive control?
26) What are the factors effect the operations of the multi national enterprises
27) Explain a unified global theory of management



MG2351 - Principles of Management unit-wise 16 marks important questions

MG2351 - Principles of Management unit-wise 16 marks important questions
Are you preparing for upcoming 06th Semester B.E degree examinations of Anna University Chennai? Want to get important questions of MG2351 - Principles of Management ? Hereunder you can see all important 16 marks questions of POM. This paper is common for all branches such as Civil, ECE, Mechanical Engineering branches under Anna University Chennai. It comes under the syllabus of 06th Semester in Regulation 2008.

University: Anna University Chennai
Subject Code: MG2351
Subject: Principles of Management
Semester: 06
Departments: ECE, Civil and Mechanical Engineering
Questions Type: 16 marks all important questions unitwise
Content format: Text
Exam Date (Upcoming): 30th April 2015 FN

Unit 1
1) Explain the term Manager and Functions Of Managers.
2) Explain the Role Of Managers.
3) Differentiate Administration And Management.
4) Write On Principles Of Management.
5) Explain the Henry Fayols Contribution Towards Management

Unit 2
1. Explain Planning Process.
2. Write about Types Of Planning.
3. MBO-Explain.
4. Write the levels Of Strategies.
5. Decision Making Process-Write and Explain with Block Diagram.

Unit 3
1. Write about Organization Process
2. Write about Organization Chart.
3. Explain the Training Methods.
4. Performance Appraisal -Elaborate.
5. Write about Recruitment Process.

Unit 4
1) Write the process of Motivation.
2) Explain the theories of Motivation.
3) Theories of Leadership.
4) Explain the Functions of Communication.
5) Explain the Organization Culture.

Unit 5
1. Explain the process of Controlling.
2. Explain the Budgetary controlling.
3. Explain the Non-Budgetary Controlling Techniques.
4. Explain Productivity and its types.
5. Write Planning Operations.

Saturday, April 25, 2015

Kannur University B.Tech s1 and s2 PTZKG | 2K6 EN 103 : ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY 2013 Question Paper

Kannur University B.Tech s1 and s2 PTZKG | 2K6 EN 103 : ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY 2013 Question Paper
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Kannur University
Combined I and ll Semester B.Tech. Degree (Reg./Sup./lmp - Including Part Time) Examination, April 2013
(2007 Admn. Onwards)
PTZKG|2K6 EN 103 : ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY
Time : 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Instructions : 1) Answer all questions.
2) Draw neat sketches wherever necessary.

l. a) What is compounding of resin and plastics ? Explain any four additives added during compounding.
b) Describe the synthesis and applications of the following polymers :
1) Polyurethane 2) Nylon 6,6
c) Derive the Nernst equation for electrode potential. -
d) Explain the construction and working of lead-acid battery
e) Explain the experimental method of determination of pH using glass electrode.
f) Differentiate between electroplating and electroless plating.
g) Define reformation of a fuel. Explain different types of reformation with reactions.
h) Write the control measures of water pollution.

II a) i) Explain the free radical mechanism of addition polymerization taking ethylene as an example.
ii) Discuss the functions of a lubricant.
iii) Define cloud and pour point of an oil. Explain the determination of pour point.
OR
b) i) Discuss any four structure-property relationship of polymers.
ii) Write short notes on fluid-film (hydrodynamic) lubrication.

III a) i) Define EMF of a cell. Explain the construction, working of calomel electrode
ii) What are fuelcells ? Explain the construction working and applications of Hr-O, fuel cell.
iii) Derive an expression for Henderson-Hassel batch equation for acidic buffer
OR
b) i) What are concentration cells ? A cell was constructed by immersing two copper electrodes in 0.05 M and 0.1 5 M CuSOo solution respectively. Write the cell representation, cell reactions and calculate the emf of the cell.
ii) Explain the construction and working of Ni - Cd battery.
iii) Write short notes on buffer solutions.

lV. a) i) Explain the following factors which affects the rate of corrosion.
1) Relative areas of anode and cathode.
2) Nature of the corrosion product.
ii) What is cathodic protection ? Explain the sacrificialanode and impressed current methods.
iii) Discuss the constituents of varnish.
OR
b) i) Define corrosion. Explain the electrochemicaltheory of corrosion taking iron as an example.
ii) Write notes on :
1) Galvanizing 2) Tinning

V. a) i) Explain the experimental determination of calorific value of a gaseous fuel using Boy's calorimeter.
ii) Define hard water. Explain the determination of hardness of water by complexometric method.
OR
b) i) Define knocking. Explain the mechanism of knocking in l.C. engines.
ii) Write short notes on sources and ill effects of SO, pollutant.
iii) Explain the activated sludge method of domestic watertreatment.

Kannur University Combined I and II Semester B.Tech PT2K6 | 2K6 EN 106 : BASIC CIVIL ENGINEERING April 2013 Question Paper

Kannur University Combined I and II Semester B.Tech PT2K6 | 2K6 EN 106 : BASIC CIVIL ENGINEERING April 2013 Question Paper

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Combined I and ll Semester B.Tech. Degree (Reg./Sup./lmp - Including Part Time) Examination, April 2013
(2007 Admn. Onwards)
PT2K6|2K6 EN 106 : BASIC CIVIL ENGINEERING
Time : 3 Hours Max. Marks : 100
Instructions ; 1) Answer the following questions.
2) Draw neat sketches wherever required.

1. a) Explain briefly how measurements are recorded in the field hook.
b) Write a note on angular measurements using a total station.
c) What are the characteristics of an ideal fire resisting material ?
d) Write a note on fire protection of buildings.
e) Distinguish between shallow and deep foundation.
f) What are the advantages of synthetic flooring over natural flooring material ?
g) Write a note on determination of comment mortar strength in laboratory.
h) What are the advantages of R.C.C. over P.C.C. (8x5=40)

2. a) Explain briefly indirect methods of chaining along sloping ground.
b) The distance between two stations was measured with a 20 m chain and found to be 1500 m. The same was measured with a 30 m chain and found to be 1476 m. If the 20 m chain was 5 cm too short, what was the error in the 30 m chain ?
OR
c) Write a note on linear measurements using a total  station.
d) List and explain the temporary adjustments of a dumpy level.

3. a) Write a note on selection of site for buildings.
b) Explain briefly disaster mitigation methods related to earth quake.
OR
Write a note on components of a building.
How is our country is divided into different zones under earth quake zoning ? Explain.

4. a) Write a note on importance of the safe bearing capacity of soil.
b) Enumerate the quality of materials used for the construction of doors and windows.
c) Write a note on Raymond piles.
d) Explain how do you select the roof covering materials for building.

5. a) Write a note on importance of fineness modulus and grading curue in aggregate selection.
b) Briefly explain compaction factor test on fresh concrete.
OR
List and explain the properties of mild steel and HYSD bars in construction field.
Write a note on prestressed concrete construction.

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

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Madras University: MXP FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER ALGORITHMS, B.Sc Computer Science 2007 Question Paper

Madras University: MXP FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER ALGORITHMS, B.Sc Computer Science 2007 Question Paper
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Madras University
November 2007 MXP
Maximum Marks: 100 marks
Subject: FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER ALGORITHMS
Course: B.Sc Computer Science

2788/MXP November 2007
FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER ALGORITHMS
(for those who joined in JULy 2005)
TIME:THREE HOURS MAXIMUM: 100 MARKS
PART A- (10 x 1=10 marks)

Choose the correct answer:

1. A ________ is the expression of an algorithm in a programming language

(a) module (b) program (c) subprogram (d) None of the above

2. _____ is the process of executing a correct program on data sets and  measuring the time and space it takes to compute the results.

(a) profiling (b) debugging (c) analyzing (d) none of the above.

3. In binary search, Ak is the middle element where k= _______

(a) (n+1)/2 (b) [(n+1)/2] (C) [(n+1)/2] (d) n/2

4. Procedure PARTITION is in

(a) merge  (b) quick  (c) insertion (d) none of the above

5. _______ programming is an algorithm design method that can be used when the solution to a problem may be viewed as the result of a sequence of decisions

(a) dynamic (b) static  (c) object (d) procedural.

6. The travelling sales person problem is to find a tour of _____ cost.

(a) maximum  (b) minimum   (c) average (d) None of the above

7. _______ method is used to obtain a minimum cost spanning tree

(a) Floyd's (b) Dijkstra's (c) Prim's (d) None of the above

8. A __________ tree is a binary tree in which external nodes represent messages

(a) decode (b) encode (b) syntax (d) none of the above

9. which of the following is not a user interface to a data warehouse?

(a) EIS (b) OLAP (c) Data mining (d) RDBMS

10.A ________ cycle is a round trip path along n edges of G which visits  every vertex once and returns to its starting position.

(a) Hamiltonian (b) Refresh (c) Rotation (d) None of the above


PART B-(5 x 6=30marks)
Answer ALL questions

11.(a) Write a note on: Time and Space Complexity.

or

(b) Discuss about Bigh-oh and Omega Notations.


12. (a) Write about binary search algorithm.

or

(b) Discuss about quick sort algorithm.


13 (a) Write a note on: Principle of optimality.

or

(b) Write about optimal binary search trees.


14 (a) Write a note on: Greedy Method.

or

(b) Write short notes on: Huffman Codes.


15 (a) Distinguish between explicit and implicit constraints.

or

(b) Write a procedure to find all m-colorings of a graph.


PART C-(5x12=60 marks)
Answer ALL questions.

16 (a) Explain the importance of developing efficient algorithms.

or

(b) Describe in detail, LC Branch-and-Bound solution for zero-one Knapsack problem.


17 (a) Explain the merge sort algorithm using divide-and-conquer technique

or

(b) Describe in detail, arithmetic with large numbers.


18 (a) Explain about Dynamic Programming and Optimization problems.

or

(b) Describe in detail, chained matrix multiplication.


19 (a) Explain about scheduling Algorithm using Greedy Approach.

or

(b) Explain any ONE method to find minimum spanning tree with example.


20 (a) Describe in detail, n queens problem using Backtracking.

or

(b) Write a recursive backtracking algorithm for sum of subsets problem and explain.

Madras University: OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING AND C++, B.Sc Computer Science 2008 Question Paper

Madras University: OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING AND C++, B.Sc Computer Science 2008 Question Paper
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Madras University
November 2008
Maximum Marks: 75 marks
Subject: OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING AND C++
Course: B.Sc Computer Science

PART-A-(10 x 3=30 MARKS)
Answer any TEN questions

1.What are Image controls?

2.Write a note on Text Boxes.

3.What is the use of variant Data Type in VB.

4.Write a note on Strcmp () function.

5.Define Function Procedures.

6.What are Static Arrays?

7.What is the use 'ERASE' COMMAND? Give an example.

8.How do you add controls in a control Array?

9.Write a not eon The object Browser.

10. What is the use of "The Immediate Window"

11.Write a not eon File List BOx.

12.Define OLE.

PART-B-(5 x 6=30 MARKS)
Answer any FIVE Questions

13.Write short notes on Common Form Properties.

14.What are Message Boxes? Discuss about the 'Msgbox' command with example

15.Discuss about Indeterminate Loops with examples.

16.Explain the use of built -in string functions in VB.

17.Write a short notes on The Flex Grid control.

18.Discuss briefly about Common Dialog Boxes.

19.How to create OLE objects? Discuss briefly.

PART C- (10 x 4=40 MARKS)
Answer any TEN questions

20.Write short notes on
(a)Command Button
(b)The Grid.

21.Write a VB application to calculate simple and compound Interest.

22.Explain about various Numeric Functions with examples.

23.Explain about VB projects with Multiple forms.

24.Discuss about any FOUR controls in the Microsoft Windows Common Controls 6.0

25.Explain about OLE Drag and Drop with an example VB application.

Madras University: SAE4A Programming in Java, B.Sc Computer Science 2014 Question Paper

Madras University: SAE4A Programming in Java, B.Sc Computer Science 2014 Question Paper
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Madras University
November 2014 SAE4A 
Maximum Marks: 75 marks
Subject: Programming in Java
Course: B.Sc Computer Science


Section – A (10 x 2 = 20 marks)
Answer any TWO questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
Each questions carry equal marks.

1. Write a note on: Java Character Set.

2. Define Variables.

3. What is meant by automatic type conversion?

4. Define Constructors.

5. What is method overloading?

6. What are Java API Packages?

7. How to block a thread? Give an example.

8. What are Exceptions?

9. Write a note on: drawline method.

10.What are Byte Stream Classes?

11. Define: Datagrams.

12. What is AWT?

Section – B (5 x 5 = 25 marks)
Answer any FIVE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.

13.Discuss briefly on: Java Tokens.

14.What is Type Casting? Explain with examples.

15.What are Important Vector Methods? Discuss briefly.

16.Write a Java program fro creating threads using the Thread class.

17.Discuss briefly about syntax of Exception Handling Code.

18.Write short notes on: Applet Life Cycle.

19.What is URL? Discuss about URL class usage in Java.

Section - C (3 x 10 = 30 marks)
Answer any THREE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.

20. Explain the features of Java.

21.Write a Java program to illustrate method overriding.

22. Explain about creating package and ascending a package with examples.

23. Describe in detail, any four drawing methods of the graphics class with suitable examples.

24. Write a Java program to illustrate the usage of any two AWT controls. 

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Madras University PRODUCTION AND MATERIALS MANAGEMENT BBA 2013 Question Paper

Madras University PRODUCTION AND MATERIALS MANAGEMENT BBA 2013 Question Paper
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University: Madras University
Course: BBA Business Administration
Subject: PRODUCTION AND MATERIALS MANAGEMENT
Subject Code: PXF
Exam Year 2013, May Month

MAY 2013 U/ID 5209/PXF
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
SECTION A — (10 × 3 = 30 marks)
Answer ALL questions.
All questions carry equal marks.

1. (a) State the scope of production management.

 (b) What is product layout?

 (c) Define production control.

 (d) What is routing?

 (e) Explain SIMO chart.

 (f) What is meant by quality control?

 (g) Why do you need demand forecasting?

 (h) What is FSN?

 (i) State the objectives of inventory control.

 (j) Name the divisions of main store.

SECTION B — (5 × 6 = 30 marks)
Answer any FIVE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.

2. Describe the advantages of sub-urban area.

3. List out the characteristics of plant layout.

4. What are the forms of scheduling?

5. Discuss the methods of performance rating.

6. State the objectives of material managment.

7. Write a note on EOQ.

8. Describe purchase procedure.

SECTION C — (2 × 20 = 40 marks)
Answer BOTH questions.
All questions carry equal marks.

9. (a) What are the types of plant layout? Describe the advantages and disadvantages of each type of layout.

Or

(b) Describe the various types of inspection.

10. (a) What are the advantages of integrated material management?

Or

(b) Explain the principles of material handling.

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University: Madras University
Course: BBA Business Administration
Subject: FINANCIAL AND MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING
Subject Code: PXE
Exam Year 2013, May Month

MAY 2013 U/ID 5208/PXE
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
SECTION A — (10 × 3 = 30 marks)
Answer ALL questions.
All questions carry equal marks.

1. (a) What do you understand by management accounting?

 (b) What is journal?

 (c) What is double entry system?

 (d) What is trading account?

 (e) What is cash from operation?

 (f) What is common – size statement?

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Madras University BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT BBA 2013 Question Paper

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University: Madras University
Course: BBA Business Administration
Subject: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT
Subject Code: JXC
Exam Year 2013, May Month

MAY 2013 U/ID 5236/JXC
Time : Three hours
Maximum : 100 marks
SECTION A — (10 × 3 = 30 marks)
Answer ALL questions.
All questions carry equal marks.

1. (a) What is external environment?

 (b) List some of the laws relating to business in India.

 (c) What is social audit?

 (d) What is gross domestic product?

 (e) Write a short note on mixed economy.

 (f) What are economic reforms?

 (g) Point out the features of joint family system.

 (h) State the fundamental rights.

 (i) What do you mean by internal environment?

 (j) State the functions of financial system.

SECTION B — (5 × 6 = 30 marks)
Answer any FIVE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.

2. Explain any five cultural traits.

3. What are the impacts of social groups on business?

4. What are the objectives of five year plans of India?

5. What are the important objectives of consumer production act?

6. Explain the economic system.

7. How does the foreign culture influence Indian industry?

8. What are types of factoring?

SECTION C — (2 × 20 = 40 marks)
Answer BOTH questions.
All questions carry equal marks.

9. (a) How does political and Government environment affect business? Discuss.

Or

 (b) State the arguments for social responsibility of business.

10. (a) Explain the impact of macro economic parameters on business decisions of nation.

Or

 (b) What is leasing? Explain the types of leasing.

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Madras University BUSINESS ORGANISATION BBA 2013 Question Paper

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University: Madras University
Course: BBA Business Administration
Subject: BUSINESS ORGANISATION
Subject Code: JXA
Exam Year 2013, May Month

MAY 2013 U/ID 5204/JXA
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
SECTION A - (10 × 3 = 30 marks)
Answer ALL questions.
All questions carry equal marks.

1. (a) What do you mean by business?

 (b) What is business organisation?

 (c) What is joint-stock company?

 (d) What is social service organisation?

 (e) Define optimum firm.

 (f) What is industrial estates?

 (g) What is stock exchange?

 (h) What is business combination?

 (i) What is trade association?

 (j) What do you mean by listing of securities?

SECTION B — (5 × 6 = 30 marks)
Answer any FIVE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.

2. Discuss the importance of business organisation.

3. What are the merits and demerits of sole trader business?

4. What are the characteristics of co-operative societies?

5. State the reasons for survival of small scale business.

6. What are the types of combinations?

7. Discuss the role of trade unions.

8. What are the objectives of chamber of commerce?


SECTION C — (2 × 20 = 40 marks)
Answer BOTH the questions.
All questions carry equal marks.

9. (a) Briefly explain the features of publicutilities.
Or
 (b) Discuss the factors influencing the location of industry.
10. (a) Explain the functions of stock exchange.
Or
 (b) Discuss the effect of business combinations.

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THE ELIZABETHAN AGE 2013 B.A English Madras University Question Paper

THE ELIZABETHAN AGE 2013 B.A English Madras University Question Paper
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University: Madras University
Subject: THE ELIZABETHAN AGE
Course: B.A English
Question Paper Code: U/ID 4023/NRJ
Exam Year: May 2013
Time: 03 hours
Maximum Marks: 100

MAY 2013 U/ID 4023/NRJ
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks

1. Answer any FIVE of the following questions in about 30 words each, choosing not more than Two
from each Group : (5 × 2 = 10)

GROUP A
Fix the context and explain the meaning of the passage.
 (a) A man that is young in years may be  Old in hours, if he have lost no time.

 (b) It is generally better to deal by speech  Than by letter; and by the mediation of a third than by a man’s self

 (c) If I sin, what do I do to you, you watcher of  Humanity?
 Why have you made me your target?
 Why have I become a burden to you?

GROUP B
Fix the context and explain the meaning of the passage.
 (d) Shall I compare Thee to a summer’s day?  Thou artmore lovely and more temperate
 (e) Take me to you, imprison me, for I,  Except you enthrall me, never  shall be free.
 (f) Of force of heavenly beams infusing  Hellish pain Of living deaths, dear wounds, fair  Storms, and freezing fires.

GROUP C
 Fix the context and explain the meaning of the passage.
 (g) Was this the face that launched a thousand  ships,
 And burnt the topless towers of Ilium?
 Sweet Helen, make me immortal with a kiss:
 Her lips sucks forth my soul, see where it flies!

 Come Helen, come, give me my soul again.
 Here will I dwell, for heaven be in these lips,
 And all is dross that is not Helena !
 (h) Ah Faustus,
 Now hast thou but one bare hour to live,
 And then thou must be damned perpetually.
 (i) Hang sorrow! care’ll kill a cat.

2. Write short notes on any FIVE of the following questions in about 100 words each, choosing
atleast Two from each group : (5 × 5 = 25)

GROUP A
 (a) What are Bacon’s views on Youth and Age?
 (b) Sketch the character of Job.
 (c) Give a brief account of the appeal made by Donne to God.
 (d) Summarize Shakespeare’s Sonnet 18.

GROUP B
 (e) Discuss the role of Faustus’s soliloquies.  How does Faustus use the magical gifts that he receives?
 (f) Sketch the character of Robin.
 (g) What does Jonson mean by “Comedy of Humours?”
 (h) Explain the significance of Lucifer’s role in Dr. Faustus.

3. Answer the following questions about 300 words each : (4 × 15 = 60)
 (a) (i) Bring out the philosophy of Bacon found in his ‘‘On Masques Triumphs’’.
Or
 (ii) Justify Bacon is an essayist of worldly wisdom with special reference to the essays prescribed.

U/ID 4023/NRJ

 (b) (i) Analyse the psyche of Job in The Book of Job.
Or
 (ii) Critically analyse the sonnet “Being Myself Captivated Here”.
 (c) (i) Is Faustus misled by the devils, or is he willfully blind to the reality of his situation? Analyse.
Or
 (ii) How does Marlowe use the comic characters to illuminate Faustus’s decline?
 (d) (i) In Every Man in His Humour, Jonson’s characters are consistent from their first appearance to their last. Justify.
Or
 (ii) Every Man in His Humour conforms to the art of classical comedy. Elaborate.
4. Critically examine the following passage in about 100 words : (1 × 5 = 5)
 It is supposed, that by the act of writing in verse an Author makes a formal engagement that he will gratify certain known habits of association; that he not only thus apprises the Reader that certain classes of ideas and expressions will be found in his book, but that others will be carefully
excluded. This exponent or symbol held forth by metrical language must in different eras of literature have excited very different expectations: for example, in the age of Catullus, Terence and Lucretius and that of Statius or Claudian ; and in our own country, in the age of Shakespeare and Beaumont and Fletcher and that of Donne and Cowley, or Dryden, or Pope. I will not take upon me to determine the exact import of the promise which, by the act of writing in verse, an Author in the present day makes to his reader: but it will undoubtedly appear to many persons that I have not fulfilled the terms of an engagement thus voluntarily contracted. They who have been accustomed to the gaudiness and inane
phraseology of many modern writers, if they persist in reading this book to its conclusion, will, no doubt, frequently have to struggle with feelings of strangeness and awkwardness: they will look round for poetry and will be induced to inquire by what species of courtesy these attempts can be
permitted to assume that title. I hope therefore the reader will not censure me for attempting to state what I have proposed to myself to perform; and also (as far as the limits of a preface will permit) to explain some of the chief reasons which have determined me in the choice of my purpose: that at least he may be spared any unpleasant feeling of disappointment and that I myself may be protected from one of the most dishonourable accusations which can be brought against an Author, namely, that of an indolence which prevents him from endeavoring to ascertain what is his duty, or, when his duty is ascertained, prevents him from performing it.

2013 B.Sc Zoology APPLIED STATISTICS Madras University Question Paper

2013 B.Sc Zoology APPLIED STATISTICS Madras University Question Paper
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University: Madras University
Subject: APPLIED STATISTICS - PRACTICAL
Course: B.Sc Zoology
Paper Code: U/ID 31601/UCHA
Exam Year: 2013 November

OCTOBER 2013 U/ID 31601/UCHA
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
SECTION A — (40 × 1 = 40 marks)
Answer ALL questions.
1. The study of rock in geology is a separate branch of ———————
 (a) Petrology (b) Sedimentalogy (c) Mineralogy (d) Geomorphology

2. ——————— is the typical example of extrusive igneous rocks  (a) Gabbro (b) Plutonic (c) Basalt (d) None of the above

3. The rocks which are formed by deposition of silts are called as  (a) Clay (b) Shale (c) Conglomerate (d) Sandstone

4. Chemically formed sedimentary rocks are ———————  (a) Clay (b) Calcareous (c) Carbonaceous (d) Aeolian

5. ——————— means the deposition of carried materials by the agents of denudation at low lying area.
 (a) Denudation (b) Degradation (c) Aggradation (d) None of the above

6. Rock disintegration without any change in chemical constituents of rocks, is called as ———————
 (a) Physical weathering (b) Chemical weathering (c) Biological weathering (d) None of the above

7. Frost wedging is come under ———————
 (a) Biological weathering (b) Physical weathering (c) Chemical weathering (d) None of the above

8. Solution is come under______________
 (a) Physical weathering (b) Biological weathering (c) Chemical weathering (d) None of the above

9. Canyon is formed by the ——————— work of the rivers.
(a) Erosional (b) Dispositional (c) Transportational (d) None of the above

10. S-shaped river course is described as ——————— of the river
 (a) Ox-bow lake (b) Meanders (c) Levees (d) Alluvial fan

11. Mississippi delta is an example of ———————
 (a) Arcuate delta (b) Estuarine delta (c) Bird’s foot delta (d) Cuspate delta

12. Corrie is also known as ——————— in French.
 (a) Cwm (b) Cirque (c) Arete (d) None of the above

13. The pedestal rock is also known as
(a) Zeugen (b) Yardang (c) Mushroom rock (d) None of the above

14. Aeolian deposit or the plain formed by deposition of wind borne material is called as
(a) Barchan (b) Seif sand dune (c) Oasis (d) Loess plain

15. When the wave originates in the deeper part of the sea water, it is very stronger and violent, such stronger wave is known as  (a) Seas (b) Oceans (c) Currents (d) None of the above

16. Due to prolonged wave action a cylindrical or funnel shaped hole is formed at the base of sea cliff along the line of weakness is described as
 (a) Wave cut platform (b) Sea cliff (c) Sea cave (d) Notch

17. The continuous and unending circulation of water among the different kinds of physical environment is known as
 (a) Hydrological cycle (b) Porosity (c) Permeability (d) None of the above

18. Groundwater frequently comes on the surface through a fissure in the bed rock, forming ———————
 (a) Scarp foot spring (b) Fault spring (c) Dyke spring (d) Fissure spring

19. Huge size of sink hole is called as ———————
 (a) Uvala (b) Lapies (c) Swallow hole (d) Doline

20. ——————— believed in fast rate of up-liftment in a short period.
 (a) Thornbury (b) Davis (c) Penck (d) Weaver

21. Shinook is a ———————
 (a) Trade wind (b) Planetary wind (c) Periodic wind (d) Local wind

22. ——————— is the lower most layer of the atmosphere.
 (a) Troposphere (b) Stratosphere (c) Mesosphere (d) Thermosphere

23. Which layer is known as Appleton layer?
 (a) E layer (b) E2 layer (c) D layer (d) F layer

24. Temperature decreases with the altitude at the rate of for ——————— 165 meters height

25. The atmospheric pressure on the map is shown by ———————
 (a) Isotherms (b) Isolines (c) Isobars (d) Isoheights

26. Sub-polar low pressure belts lies between
——————— north and south latitudes in both hemisphere.
 (a) 45° to 63½° (b) 45° to 64 2 1 ° (c) 45° to 65 21 ° (d) 45° to 66½°

27. ——————— below from sub-tropical high pressure to equatorial low pressure in both hemispheres.
 (a) Polar winds (b) Planetary winds (c) Trade winds (d) Local winds

28. ——————— below from polar high to sub-polar low pressures in both hemispheres.
 (a) Westerlies (b) Planetary winds (c) Polar winds (d) Local winds

29. Heavy air mass gets its origin from a suitable geographical region, which is called as
 (a) Path (b) Time (c) Destination (d) Source region

30. ——————— is defined as one which has lower temperature than the underlying surface.
 (a) Warm air mass (b) Humidity air mass (c) Cold air mass (d) Polar air mass

31. ——————— is a violent convective updraft of air due to excess heating of surface of the earth.  (a) Thunderstorm (b) Thermal thunderstorm (c) Frontal thunderstorm (d) None of the above

32. Warm humid mid latitude or temperate climate
 (a) Climate - A (b) Climate - B (c) Climate - C (d) Climate -D

33. The total continental shelf area is ——————— million km2 all the oceans
 (a) 24.79 (b) 29.74 (c) 47.29 (d) 27.49

34. Deep sea plain is also known as
(a) Continental shelf (b) Continental slope (c) Abyssal plain (d) Ocean deep

35. ——————— is the largest and the deepest ocean of the world.
 (a) Pacific ocean (b) Atlantic ocean (c) Indian Ocean (d) Antarctic ocean

36. Highest salinity is found along the western side of the ——————— in both hemispheres
 (a) Sub-tropical ocean (b) Sub-polar ocean (c) Tropical ocean (d) Polar ocean

37. tides occur twice a day with uniform height ———————
 (a) Semi diurnal (b) Mixed (c) Diurnal (d) None of the above

38. Which current moves from polar to equatorial regions?
 (a) Cold current (b) Warm current (c) Dry current (d) None of the above

39. ——————— water is almost negligible for coral reefs
 (a) Warm (b) Fresh (c) Cold (d) Salt

40. Which one is the cold current of the Pacific Ocean?
 (a) Oyashio currcet (b) Kuroshio current (c) North pacific drift  (d) South Equatorial current

SECTION B — (5 × 4 = 20 marks)
Answer any FIVE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.

41. Write a concise note on characteristics of earthquakes.

42. Describe shortly about the continental glaciers.

43. Give a brief account on wave cut platform.

44. Elucidate the characteristics fissure spring.

45. Bring out the significance of atmospheric pressure.

46. State the characteristics of cold front.

47. Describe about the ocean deeps.

48. List out the effects of ocean currents.

SECTION C — (2 × 20 = 40 marks)
Answer any TWO questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
49. Classify the volcanoes on the basis of ejected materials and describe them.

50. Distinguish between Davis and Penck’ s model of cycle of erosion.

51. Write an essay on the distribution of salinity.


Madras University B.Sc Zooloy Chordata I Model Question Paper

Madras University B.Sc Zooloy Chordata I Model Question Paper
University of Madras - Test Papers of Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) Zoology - Paper III - Chordata I

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MODEL QUESTION PAPER

TIME - 3 HOURS

MAXIMUM MARKS - 100

PART - A

Answer any TEN questions not exceeding 50 words [10 x 3 = 30 Marks]

1. List the general features of Phylum Chordata.

2. Outline the classification of Phylum Chordata.

3. Comment on the biological significance of Tornaria larva.

4. Write a note on Doliolum.

5. Describe the brain of mullet.

6. What are the different types of fins in fishes?

7. Give the biological importance of Hippocampus.

8. Write a note on the accessory respiratory organs of Ciarias.

9. Mention the arboreal adaptations seen in Hyla and Rhacophorus.

10. Write the salient features of Apoda.

11. Draw a neat-labeled diagram of the female urinogenital system of frog.

12. Define neoteny. How is it illustrated in Necturus and Amphiuma?

PARTB

Answer any FIVE questions not exceeding 200 words. [5 x 6 = 30 marks]

13. Give a brief account of feeding in Arnphioxus.

14. Explain retrogressive metamorphosis in Ascidian.

15. Give a neat-labeled sketch of the arterial system of shark.

16. Explain the affinities of Dipnoi.

17. Give an account of parental care in fishes.

18. Comment on the biological significance of the Axoiotl larva.

19. With the help of a neat-labeled diagram describe the pectoral girdle of frog.

PART C

Answer any FOUR questions not exceeding 500 words. [4 x 10 = 40 marks]

20. Write an essay on the affinities of Amphioxus

21. Give an account of Petromyzon

22. Explain migration in fishes.

23. Write a detailed account of the economic importance of fishes.

24. Explain the structure and working of the heart of frog.


25. Give an account of parental care in Amphibia.

ICFAI University Investment Management Sample and Model Question Paper

ICFAI University Investment Management Sample and Model Question Paper
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University: ICFAI University
Paper: Investment Management
Question Paper Type: Sample Question Papers

1. Information must be communicated so that each actor in the logistics chain may translate downstream demand into internal operation tasks. Which of the following is not included in the planning process for the logistics
chain at the distributor’s or service provider’s level?
(a) Forecast demand for finished products
(b ) Flow management in the stores
(c) Planning of warehouse-to-store transportation
(d ) Wareho use flo w management
(e) Production planning.

2. To analyze the causes of shortages in inventory, factors related to both the producer and the distributor should be measured. Which of the following is not a producer factor measuring the potential causes of shortages in supply?
(a) Inventory level
(b ) Promotion management
(c) Lack of reliable forecasting
(d ) Practice of speculative purchasing
(e) Unreliability of suppliers.

3. Which of the following dimensions is/are affected by the outsourcing function due to its direct involvement with the inbound logistics?
I. Geographical dimension.
II. Functional d imension.
III. Sectorial dimension.
(a) Only (I) above
(b ) Only (II) above
(c) Only (III) above
(d ) Both (I) and (II) above
(e) Both (II) and (III) above.

4. The importance of which of the following components of the global cost forces is diminished due to advancement in technology?
(a) Direct labor cost
(b ) Capital costs
(c) Taxes
(d ) Total quality costs
(e) Government subsidies.

5. Which of the following is the stage in designing the flow management system that consists of rules and procedures that control the execution of the required steps?
(a) Logistics considerations in product design
(b ) Setting objectives
(c) Designing the information systems
(d ) Design of a physical system
(e) Designing the management system.

6. A comprehensive operations and logistics strategy made up of various decision categories is further classified into structural and infrastructural decisions. Which of the following structural decisions may be focused by geography, product group, process type, or stage in the product life cycle?
(a) Operations process technology
(b ) Facilities network
(c) Distribution planning and control
(d ) Logistics process technology
(e) Vertical integration.

7. Distribution channels have been the subject of significantly important theoretical developments from different schools of thought. Which of the following statements is/are true relating to the approaches to the distribution channels?
I. The functional view of distribution channels attempts to answer questions such as should freight and warehousing be entrusted to an agent within their own structure or should they be contracted out to a logistics firm.
II. The consumer utility model relies on macroeconomic paradigms, the focal point of which is the
equilibrium between market and resource allocation.
III. The postponement and speculative model put forth an analysis of the intermediary’s margin associated  with the degree of risk related to speculative gain.
(a) Only (I) above
(b ) Both (I) and (II) above
(c) Both (I) and (III) above
(d ) Both (II) and (III) above
(e) (I), (II) and (III) above.

8. The bullwhip effect that is a common phenomenon in many industries is taught in many business schools and industrial engineering departments using an effective experiential game called the beer game. Which of the following statements relating to the beer game is not true?
(a) It simulates the flow of material and information in a simplified channel of production and distribution
(b ) Orders placed by each of the stage managers, as well as the inventory in transit and at each stage are represented by markers and pennies
(c) The four stages in the beer sup ply chain include factory, distributor, wholesaler and retailer
(d ) External demand is represented by pennies
(e) The factory schedules production by generating a production request.

9. Which of the following changes in consumer behavior that have caused manufacturers, wholesalers, and retailers to adapt their strategies and organization structure in order to meet new expectations represents an end to the era of standard products giving rise to the era of extreme product customization?
(a) Individualism
(b ) Time-based competition
(c) Environmentalism
(d ) Global products
(e) Local marketing.

10.Foreign exchange fluctuations affect a company’s financial performance. Which of the following statements represent the exposure that is most important to operations managers?
I. It arises by changing the domestic currency value of net assets held in foreign currency.
II. It arises by changing the domestic currency value of future cash flows to be earned in foreign currencies or by changing a firm’s future competitive position.
III. It is driven by fluctuation of the nominal exchange rates.
IV. Substantial price pressures in the marketplace with limited effects on a firm’s cost structure imply a large negative impact on this exposure.
(a) Both (I) and (III) above
(b ) Both (II) and (IV) above
(c) (I), (II) and (III) above
(d ) (I), (III) and (IV) above
(e) (II), (III) and (IV) above