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JAIIB Sample Question Paper 2013 Free Download

JAIIB Sample Question Paper 2013 Free Download
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Exam Board : Indian Institute of Banking and Finance
Exam Name : JAIIB - Entrance Exam
Study Materials Type: Sample / Model Question Paper 2013
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1) The apex institution which handles refinance for agriculture and rural development is called:

a)  RBI
b) SIDBI
c) NABARD
d) SEBI                              

Ans:- (c)

2) Long Form Audit Report (LFAR) is prepared and submitted by

a)  RBI inspectors
b)  Internal inspectors
c)  Statutory auditors                      
d) Concurrent auditors

Ans:-  (c)

3) As per FIMMDA’s guidelines, the Mid-Office is responsible for:

a)  Dealing activities
b)  Risk Management
c)  Reconciliation
d) Confirmation of  deals                  

Ans:- (b)

4) Interest is calculated on actual/365 days basis in respect of the following products, except one :

a) Call Money
b) Notice Money
c) Term Money
d) GOI dated securities                      

Ans:- (d)

5) Which was the first Mutual Fund started in India:

a) SBI Mutual Fund
b) Kotak Pioneer Mutual Fund
c) Indian Bank Mutual Fund
d) None of  the above                          

Ans:- (d)

6) The regulator for Mutual Funds in India is:

a) FIMMDA
b) AMFI
c) RBI
d) SEBI                                  

Ans:- (d)

7) FIMMDA’s general principles and procedures are applicable to:

a) Fixed Income Markets
b) Money Markets
c) Derivatives Markets
d) All of the above                          

Ans:- (d)

8) Your bank’s customer  XYZ Ltd, enjoys a CC limit of Rs.1,00,000.00

The CC account shows a credit balance of Rs,10,205.00.
The relationship between your bank and XYZ Ltd is:

a)    Debtor/Creditor
b)    Creditor/Debtor
c)    Bailor/Bailee
d)    Bailee/Bailor                              

Ans:- (a)

9) The right of set-off is:

a) Customer’s Right
b) Customer’s Obligation
c) Banker’s Right
d) Banker’s Discretion                          

Ans:- (d)

10) Which of  the following forms of business are permissible under  BR Act:

a) Borrowing
b) Issuance of  Letters of  Credit
c) Buying and selling of  bullion
d) All of  the  above                          

Ans:- (d)

11) Reserve Bank of India’s functions are classified into:

a) Supervisory & Regulatory
b) Promotional & Developmental
c) Refinance Activities
d) All of the above                          

Ans:- (d)

12) Minimum Bank Rate is:

a) 3%
b) 4%
c) 5%
d) None                                  

Ans:- (d)

13) Sec ---- of  RBI Act,1934 gives sole power to RBI to issue currency notes

a) 10
b) 18
c) 22
d) 26                                  

Ans:- (c)

14) KYC means

a) Know Your Customer very well
b) Know Your  existing Customer very well
c) Know Your  prospective Customer very well
d) Satisfy yourselves about the customer’s identity and activities.

Ans:- (d)

15) In a Garnishee Order, the banker on whom garnishee order served is:

a) Judgement   Debtor’s    Creditor
b) Judgement   Creditor’s  Creditor
c) Judgement   Creditor’s  Debtor
d) Judgement   Debtor’s    Debtor                  

Ans:- (d)

JAIIB Model Question Paper Free Download

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Do you want to download JAIIB exam Question Papers ? Here is a model question paper for JAIIB exam. You can collect the question paper in text format provided below. It is an entrance examination of Indian Institute of Banking & Finance.

Exam Board : Indian Institute of Banking & Finance
Exam Type : Entrance Exam JAIIB
Question Paper Type : Model Question Paper

1. Choose the wrong pair from the following. The information given in the pair is pertaining to banking companies

(a) Demand Deposits - Compulsory deposits under excise rules

(b) rebate on bills discounted - unexpired discount

(c) Operating Expenses Schedule 14

(d) Other Income - Profit on sale of investments less loss on sale of investments


2. The name of the accounts with the coverage of various items in building that account is given below. One of the items covered in on of the accounts is wrong. Select this account

(a) Closing balance of provisions held towards NPA - Opening Balance plus provisions made during the year less write off of bad debts/write back of excess provisions

(b) Interest Earned - interest on advances plus income on investments plus interest on deposit with RBI plus income earned by way of dividends from subsidiaries plus discount on bills less unexpired discount

(c) Reserves & surplus - Opening balance plus additions during the year less deductions during the year

(d) Term deposits - from banks and from Others


3. Identify a pair which is mismatch from the following pairs in respect of Company Accounts

(a) Miscellaneous Expenditure – Preliminary Expenses

(b) Contingent Liabilities – footnote to balance sheet

(c) Debentures – Unsecured Loans

(d) Outstanding Expenses – Current Liabilities


4. Identify a pair which is mismatch from the following pairs in respect of Company Accounts

(a) Discount on issue of shares – Profit and Loss Account

(b) Bill discounted – contingent liabilities

(c) Interest accrued and due on debentures – Secured Loans

(d) Mortgage Loan – Secured Loans


5. Companies are required to transfer certain percentage of their profit after tax to reserves, to declare dividend. The various rates of transfer based on the rates of dividend are given below in pair. Select the wrong pair.

(a) Rate of dividend exceeds 10% but not 12.50- Transfer to reserve @ Nil%

(b) Rate of dividend exceeds 12.50% but not 15%- Transfer to reserve @ 5%

(c) Rate of dividend exceeds 15% but not 20%- Transfer to reserve @ 7.50%

(d) Rate of dividend exceeds 20% - Transfer to reserve @ 10%


6. While preparing the final accounts of the company, the adjustments [(i) to (iv)] are to be made by passing necessary entries. One of the entries passed is wrong entry. Select the wrong entry.(i) Depreciate plant ,WDV of which is Rs.3,30,000 at 15% (ii) Write off Rs.5,000 from Preliminary Expenses (iii) Half years debenture interest due (12% debentures of Rs. 3,00,000) (iv) a claim of Rs. 25,000 for workmen’s compensation is disputed by the company.

(a) Debit Depreciation on plant by Rs.49,500 credit plant by 49,500 AND Debit Profit & Loss Account by 49,500 and Credit Depreciation on plant by 49,500

(b) Debit Profit and Loss Account by Rs.5,000 and Credit Preliminary Expenses

(c) Debit Debenture Interest by Rs.18,000 & Outstanding Liability for Deb. Interest by 18,000 AND Debit Profit and Loss Account by Rs.18,000 and Credit Debenture Interest by Rs.18000

(d) Debit Wages by Rs.25,000 & Credit Outstanding Liability for Workers compensation AND Debit Profit and Loss Account by Rs.25,000 and Credit Wages by Rs.25,000


7. While preparing the final accounts of the company, the adjustments [(i) to (iv)] are to be made by passing necessary entries. One of the entries passed is wrong entry. Select the wrong entry.(i) Provide dividend 5% of paid up share capital (Share capital of Rs. 5,00,000 consisting of shares of Rs. 10 each fully paid) (ii) Insurance for unexpired period is Rs.2000 (iii) A provision of Rs. 25,000 is to be made for income tax (iv) a provision of Rs. 5000 is to be made for doubtful debts

(a) Debit Dividend by Rs.25000 & Credit Bank by Rs.25000

(b) Prepaid Insurance by Rs.2000 & Insurance by Rs.2000

(c) Debit Profit & Loss Account by Rs.25,000 & Credit Provision for Tax by Rs.25,000

(d) Debit Profit & Loss by Rs.5,000 & Credit Provision for doubtful debts by Rs.5,000

8. In respect of asset side of the balance sheet one of the items is presented in a proper order, rests are disorderly. Select the orderly presented item from the following.

(a) Investments, Fixed Assets, Current Assets & Loan Advances, Profit & Loss Account(Dr. balance), Miscellaneous Expenditure

(b) Fixed Assets, Investments, Current Assets & Loan Advances, Profit & Loss Account(Dr. balance) , Miscellaneous Expenditure

(c) Fixed Assets, Investments, Current Assets & Loan Advances, Miscellaneous Expenditure, Profit & Loss Account(Dr. balance)

(d) Fixed Assets, Current Assets & Loan Advances, Profit & Loss Account(Dr. balance), Miscellaneous Expenditure

9. One of the statements in respect of Profit & Loss Adjustment account is incorrect, rest are correct. Mark the incorrect sentence.

(a) The account is credited with closing balance of profit and loss account of last year

(b) The account is credited with current year’s net profit

(c) The account is debited with provision for taxes

(d) The account is debited with provision for dividend

10. The two portion of each pair relating to partnership accounts has got some relationship. However one of the pairs is a mismatch and has no relationship. Select this pair from the following

(a) Management of business - business may be run by one or some or all partner

(b) Treatment of losses - insolvency of a partner

(c) Loan from partners - No interest as partners are owners

(d) Goodwill - super profit method

11. The two portion of each pair relating to admission of a partner has got some relationship. However one of the pairs is mismatch and has no relationship. Select this pair from the following

(a) Admission of a partner - gain ratio

(b) Reserves & surplus - Old partners

(c) Goodwill - new partner

(d) Revaluation of assets & liabilities - Profit & Loss adjustment account

12. The two portion of each pair relating to retirement of a partner has got some relationship. However one of the pair is mismatch and has no relationship. Select this pair from the following

(a) Retirement - voluntary action

(b) Gain - retiring partner

(c) Share of goodwill - borne by continuing partners

(d) Reserve & surplus - belong to all partners

13. If the partners capital accounts are fixed, where will you record (either debit side or credit side of which account ) the following transactions (i) Salary payable to partner (ii) Fresh capital introduced by a partner (iii) Drawing made by a partner (iv) Share of profit earned by a partner. The effect to one of the journal entries is wrongly given. Identify that account from the following.

(a) Debit side of partner’s current account

(b) Credit side of partner’s capital account

(c) Debit side of partner’s current account

(d) Credit side of partner’s current account

14. L,K and P are partners. The following differences as listed at (i) to (iv) have arisen due to misunderstanding. The answer to each point is given at (a) to (d). One of the solutions is incorrect. Identify the wrong solution. (i) L used Rs.25,000 belonging to the firm and made a profit of Rs.4,000. K wants the amount to be given to the firm (ii) P used Rs.10,000 belonging to the firm and suffered a loss of Rs. 3000. He wants the firm to bear the loss (iii) L & K wishes to appoint S as new partner. P does not agree (iv) L has given loan of Rs. 50,000 to the firm, he wants interest at 6% ( there is no partnership deed)

(a) K is right .L must pay Rs.29,000 to the firm

(b) P is right . Firm should bear profit as well as losses.

(c) P is right. No new partner can be admitted without the consent of all.

(d) L is right. He is entitled for interest at 6% in the absence of partnership agreement.

15. Below are some statements about partnership. One of them is correct, identify that statement.

(a) Partnership arises from reputation

(b) A partnership is formed only for a legal business

(c) The liability of partners is limited

(d) The business of the firm is conducted by two partners

16. O and P are two partners sharing profits in the ratio of 7:3. They admit Q into partnership as a partner from 1st April 2006 on 3/7th share in the profit. What is the new profit sharing ratio

(a) 14: 6 : 15

(b) 7: 3: 3

(c) 2: 2: 3

(d) None of the above

17. A firm earns Rs.10,000 as its normal profits. The rate of normal return being 10%. The assets of the firm amount to Rs.72,000 and liabilities to Rs.24,000. Find out the value of goodwill.

(a) Rs.52,000

(b) Rs.1,00,000

(c) Rs.28,000

(d) Nil

18. When a new partner gives cash for goodwill, the amount is credited to-----
(a) Goodwill account

(b) Capital account of new partner

(c) Cash account

(d) None of the above

19. If the goodwill account is raised for Rs.50,000, the amount is debited to-----

(a) The capital accounts of partners

(b) Goodwill account

(c) Cash account

(d) None of the above

20. A and B sharing profits and losses in the ratio of 2:1. C is admitted as partner giving him ¼ share. The new profit sharing ratio will be-----

(a) 2:1:1

(b) 4: 4:3

(c) 3: 3: 2

(d) None of the above

21. If the adjustment in the values of assets at the time of the admission of a partner shows a profit, it should be credited to the capital accounts of-----

(a) The old partners in their new profit-sharing ratio

(b) All partners in their new profit sharing ratio

(c) The old partners in their old profit sharing ratio

(d) None of the above

22. A, B and C are three partner sharing profits in the ratio of 3:1:1. C retires and his share is purchased by B. the new profit sharing ratio shall be-----

(a) 3:1

(b) 7:3

(c) 3:2

(d) None of the above

23. On the retirement of the partner, the profits on revaluation of assets should be credited to the accounts of-----

(a) All the partners in their profit sharing ratio

(b) The remaining partners in their new profit sharing ratio

(c) The remaining partners in their old profit sharing ratio

(d) None of the above

24. A, B and C share profits as 3:2:1. C retires. Calculate the gain ratio of A and B

(a) 3:2

(b) 1:1

(c) 2:1

(d) None of the above

25. Choose the incorrect statement in case of dissolution of partnership from the following statements

(a) On the dissolution of the firm , first creditors like wages outstanding etc. will have to be paid

(b) Goodwill will be raised in the books when a firm is dissolved

(c) The loan from the spouse of a partner is treated just like a loan from outside parties

(d) After the books are closed, no account will show any balance.

26. Choose the incorrect statement from the following statement which are pertaining to company accounts

(a) The company is an artificial person

(b) A member of a company may bind the company by its actions.

(c) The shareholders are not liable for the acts of the company

(d) The premium received on shares may be distributed among shareholders.

27. A new company cannot issue shares-----

(a) at par

(b) at discount

(c) at premium

(d) none of the above

28. A company wishes to pay dividend on shares. State which of the following may be used for the purpose.

(a) Premium of shares

(b) Profit on re-issue of forfeited shares

(c) General Reserve

(d) None of the above

29. If Rs.10 share has been issued at a premium of Rs.5, on which entire amount has been called up, has been forfeited for non payment of Rs. 4, the ‘Share Capital Account’ will be debited by-----

(a) Rs.15

(b) Rs.10

(c) Rs.4

(d) Rs.6

30. Money received in advance from shareholder before it is actually called up by the company is -----

(a) Debited to Calls in arrears Account

(b) Debited to Calls in Advance Account

(c) Credited to Calls in Advance Account

(d) Credited to Share Capital Account

31. If a share of Rs.10 issued at a premium of Rs.1 on which Rs.9 ( including premium) have been called and Rs.7( including premium) paid is forfeited, the capital account should be debited by-----

(a) Rs.8

(b) Rs.10

(c) Rs.9

(d) Rs.7

32. Dividend are usually paid on

(a) Called up capital

(b) Paid up capital

(c) Authorised capital

(d) None of the above

33. Preliminary Expenses is-----

(a) Fictitious Asset

(b) Current liability

(c) Current asset

(d) None of the above

34. A and B are partners sharing profits in the ratio of 3:2. C is admitted as a partner. The new profit sharing ratio among A, B and C is 4:3:2. Find out the sacrificing ratio

(a) 7:3

(b) 4:3

(c) 1:1

(d) None of the above

35. Choose the correct treatment for premium paid on ‘Joint Life Policy’ when premium paid is treated as an expense.

(a) Premium amount is debited to P & L account every year and when claim becomes due then to be shared by all partners

(b) Every year amount debited to Joint Life Policy Account and balance is shown on asset side at surrender value . The difference between surrender value and premium paid is written off to Profit and Loss account

(c) Joint Life Policy and Joint Life reserve Account are adjusted to bring them down to surrender value of policy.

(d) None of the above.

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Sainik School Entrance Exam AISSEE 2011 Question Paper
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Exam Board : Sainik School
Exam Type : All India Sainik School Entrance Exam (AISSEE)
Exam Year : 2011
Class : VI
Subject : Paper I Mathematics and Language Ability
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Anna University Chennai
B.E B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering
Third Semester
CS6304 Analog and Digital Communication
Lecture Notes - SVCET Edition
Unit IV

CS6304 / Analog and Digital Communication
UNIT IV - SOURCE AND ERROR CONTROL CODING
PART A
1. What is the use of error control coding?
The main use of error control coding is to reduce the overall probability of error, which is also known as channel coding.
2. What is the difference between systematic code and non-systematic code?
In the systematic block code the message bits appears at the beginning of the codeword. That is the message bits appears first and then the check bits are transmitted. In non systematic block code it is not possible to identify the message bits and check bits. They are mixed in block.

3. What is a Repetition code?
A single message bit is encoded in to a block of ‘n’ identical bits producing a (n, 1) block code. There are only two code words in the code. They are all zeros and ones.The code is called repetition code since many redundant check bits are transmitted along with a single message bit.
4. What is forward acting error correction method?
The method of controlling errors at the receiver through attempts to correct noise-induced errors is called forward acting error correction method.
5. What is error detection?
The decoder accepts the received sequence and checks whether it matches a valid message sequence. If not, the decoder discards the received sequence and notifies the transmitter (over the reverse channel from the receiver to the transmitter) that errors have occurred and the received message must be retransmitted. This method of error control is called error detection
6. Define linear block code?
If each of the 2k code words can be expressed as linear combination of ‘k’ linearly independent code vectors then the code is called linear block code. A code is linear if sum of any two code vectors produces another code vector
7. Give the properties of syndrome in linear block code.
The syndrome depends only on the error patterns and not on the transmitted code word. All error patterns that differ by a code word have the same syndrome

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Anna University Chennai
B.E B.Tech Degree Examinations April May 2015
CE6451 Fluid Mechanics and Machinery
Exam Year : April / May 2015
Third semester
B.E.Mechanical Engineering
(Regulation 2013)

Note: Old Subject Code: ME2204 in Regulation 2008




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University : Anna University Chennai
Subject Code in R-2013 : CE6451
Subject Code in R-2008 : ME2204
Subject : CE6451 Fluid Mechanics and Machinery
Department: B.E Mechanical Engineering, Automobile Engineering, Production Engineering and Aeronautical Engineering

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May June 2012 : CE 6451, ME 2204, CE 2313, ME 34, CE 1208, 10122, ME 305, 08018007 - Fluid Mechanics and Machinery: B.E MECH Anna University May June 2012 Question Paper

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Anna University Chennai
B.E B.Tech. DEGREE EXAMINATION, November / December 2010
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Third Semester / 3rd Semester
ME2204 Fluid Mechanics and Machinery
(Common to Automobile Engineering, Production Engineering and  Aeronautical Engineering)
(Regulation 2008)

Semester : III / Third / 3
Department : Mechanical
Subject Code : ME2204 , New Code: CE6451
Subject Name : Fluid Mechanics and Machinery
Type : Previous Year Question Paper
Edition Details : Nov 2010 Edition Original Version
Syllabus Regulation : 2008
Attachment Type : Images
No. of. Pages : 3
Question Paper Details : AU Chennai ME2204 Fluid Mechanics and Machinery - November / December 2010 Third Semester Mechnaical Engineering Question Paper Original Version




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Anna University Chennai
B.E./B.Tech. DEGREE EXAMINATION, APRIL MAY 2011
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Third Semester / III Semester / 03rd Semester
ME2204 Fluid Mechanics and Machinery
(Common to Automobile Engineering, Production Engineering and  Aeronautical Engineering)
(Regulation 2008)

New Code: CE6451
New Regulation: R-2013




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B.E./B.Tech. DEGREE EXAMINATION, November / December 2011
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Third Semester
ME2204 Fluid Mechanics and Machinery (New Code : CE6451)
(Common to Automobile Engineering, Production Engineering and  Aeronautical Engineering)
(Regulation 2008) New Regulation : R-2013





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Anna University Chennai
B.E./B.Tech. DEGREE EXAMINATION, November / December 2012
Third Semester
Mechanical Engineering
ME2204 Fluid Mechanics and Machinery
(Regulation 2008)

Note:
New Subject Code: CE6451
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2011 Question Paper,203 : HOUSEKEEPING OPERATION-II,B.H.M.C.T. (Second Semester),University Of Pune Question Paper

2011 Question Paper,203 : HOUSEKEEPING OPERATION-II,B.H.M.C.T. (Second Semester),University Of Pune Question Paper
University Of Pune Question Paper
B.H.M.C.T. (Second Semester) EXAMINATION, 2011
203 : HOUSEKEEPING OPERATION-II
(OLD & NEW PATTERN)
Time : Two Hours Maximum Marks : 40
N.B. :— (i) Question No. 1 is compulsory.
(ii) Solve any three questions from the remaining.
1. Explain the following terms (any 10) : [10]
(1) On change room
(2) Shower mat
(3) Babbysitter
(4) Wash cloth
(5) Pent house
(6) Deep cleaning
(7) Floor pantry
(8) Log Book
(9) Re-sheeting
(10) Debriefing
(11) Bed-board
(12) Valet
2. (A) Write short notes on (any two) : [8]
(1) Dirty Dozen
(2) Turn down Service
(3) Discard Management
(4) Rules of the floor.
(B) Classify the Bed linen with their sizes (any two). [2]
3. Attempt any two questions (5 marks each) : [10]
(1) List out the reports and registers maintained in the Hollo
department and state the functions of each (any 5).
(2) Give the step by step daily cleaning procedure for an occupied
Guest room.
(3) Discuss the process of issuing and exchanging of uniform.
4. (1) What precautions should be taken while cleaning staircases ? [4]
(2) Draw a diagram of the Room Maid’s trolley, neatly labelling
each part of it. [4]
(3) What is Linen Coverage ? [2]
5. (1) Explain the procedure for lost and found articles, along with
a format of lost and found slip. [6]
(2) What is the work routine of Floor Supervisor ? [4]
6. (1) List any four equipments which are used in Linen room. [4]
(2) Define “Spring Cleaning”. What are the various tasks included
in a Restaurant cleaning ? [6]

202 : FOOD AND BEVERAGE SERVICE-II,University Of Pune Question Paper,2011 Question Paper,B.H.M.C.T. (Second Semester)

202 : FOOD AND BEVERAGE SERVICE-II,University Of Pune Question Paper,2011 Question Paper,B.H.M.C.T. (Second Semester)
University Of Pune Question Paper
B.H.M.C.T. (Second Semester) EXAMINATION, 2011
202 : FOOD AND BEVERAGE SERVICE-II
(OLD AND NEW PATTERN)
Time : Two Hours Maximum Marks : 40
N.B. :— (i) Attempt any four questions.
(ii) All questions carry equal marks.
(iii) Draw diagrams wherever applicable.
1. (a) Classify alcoholic beverages. [2]
(b) Explain different types of Meals. [4]
(c) Write the accompaniments for the following (any four) :
(i) Roast Turkey
(ii) Tomato Juice
(iii) Minestroni
(iv) Pomfret Colbert
(v) Roast Pork
(vi) Cheese. [4]
2. (a) Explain with the help of a neat flow chart the triplicate checking
system. [8]
(b) Draw a diagram of a K.O.T. and label it. [2]
3. Name and explain the courses in a French Classical Menu. Give
two examples for each course. [10]
4. (a) Classify the Non-Alcoholic Beverages and give suitable
examples. [3]
(b) Name 3 international and 3 national brands of Beer. [3]
(c) Name and explain the different types of Beer. [4]
5. Differentiate between :
(i) Continental Breakfast and Full English Breakfast. [5]
(ii) Table d’hote and A'
 la carte. [5]
6. Answer the following (any five) : [5×2=10]
(a) Explain the different methods of payments.
(b) Name two international brands of mineral water.
(c) Mention the ingredients used for manufacturing Beer.
(d) Explain briefly Brunch and Supper.
(e) Differentiate between Perry and Cider.
(f) Explain the following KOTs :
Suivant and Retour-Enplace.

B.H.M.C.T. (Second Semester), 2011 Question Paper,201 : FOOD PRODUCTION-II,University Of Pune Question Paper

B.H.M.C.T. (Second Semester), 2011 Question Paper,201 : FOOD PRODUCTION-II,University Of Pune Question Paper
University Of Pune Question Paper
B.H.M.C.T. (Second Semester) EXAMINATION, 2011
201 : FOOD PRODUCTION-II
(2008 PATTERN)
Time : Two Hours Maximum Marks : 40
N.B. :— (i) Attempt any four questions.
(ii) All questions carry equal marks.
1. (a) Define stocks and state any four rules of stock making. [5]
(b) Name any five national soups with their country of origin. [5]
2. (a) Explain any three moist methods of cooking with examples. [5]
(b) Classify fuels giving two examples of each. [5]
3. (a) With the help of a chart show the various mother sauces
and 2 derivatives of each. [6]
(b) Give the composition of the following masalas :
(i) Goda Masala
(ii) Chat Masala [4]
4. (a) Explain textures and give two desirable and two non-desirable
textures. [5]
(b) What do you mean by special methods of cooking ? Give two
examples. [5]
5. (a) Differentiate between Accompaniments and Garnishes. [4]
(b) Name the following : [6]
(i) 4 flavoured butters
(ii) 4 Indian gravies
(iii) 4 Cream soups.

University Of Pune Question Paper,103 : HOUSE KEEPING OPERATION—I,B.H.M.C.T. (First Semester),2011 Question Paper

University Of Pune Question Paper,103 : HOUSE KEEPING OPERATION—I,B.H.M.C.T. (First Semester),2011 Question Paper
University Of Pune Question Paper
B.H.M.C.T. (First Semester) EXAMINATION, 2011
103 : HOUSE KEEPING OPERATION—I
(2005 PATTERN)
Time : Two Hours Maximum Marks : 40
N.B. :— (i) Attempt any 4 out of 6 questions.
(ii) All questions carry equal marks.
1. Define the following terms (any ten) : [10]
(a) Duplex
(b) DND
(c) Maids room
(d) Dusettete
(e) Disinfectant
(f) Swab
(g) Dust sheet
(h) Dutch wife
(i) Amenities
(j) Crinkle sheet
(k) Mincream
(l) Suite Room.
2. (a) Housekeeping department plays an important role in repeat
business. Explain. [5]
(b) Explain the co-ordination of Housekeeping with : [5]
(i) Seurity
(ii) HRD.
3. (a) What is maids room ? State its function. [5]
(b) List front of the house and back of the house areas in
hotel. [5]
4. (a) Differentiate between Supplies and Amenities. List at least
5 amenities placed in VIP room. [5]
(b) Write job description for a Room Attendant. [5]
5. (a) Explain selection criteria and maintenance of Mechanical
equipments. [5]
(b) List at least 5 sections of Housekeeping and explain the same
in brief. [5]
6. (a) Explain different types of keys used in Housekeeping
Department. [5]
(b) As a Housekeeping Supervisor how will you distribute and control
cleaning agent ? [5]

Fluid Mechanics and Machinery CE6451 [ Old Code: ME2204 ] Nov Dec 2013 Question Paper

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Anna University Chennai Previous Questions
Department of Mechanical Engineering
ME2204 Fluid Mechanics and Machinery
Nov / Dec 2013 Question Paper
Regulation 2008

Department : Mechanical
Year : II
Semester : III / 03
Subject code : ME2204
Subject : Fluid Mechanics and Machinery
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CE6451 [ Old Code: ME2204 ] Fluid Mechanics and Machinery May June 2014 Question Paper

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Anna University Chennai
B.E / B.Tech DEGREE EXAMINATION, May / June 2014
Third Semester
Mechanical Engineering
ME2204 / CE 3213 / ME 34 / CE 1208 / 10122 ME 305 / 080180007 / IE 41 - Fluid Mechanics and Machinery
(Common to Automobile Engineering, Production Engineering and  Aeronautical Engineering)
(Regulation 2008 / 2010)

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UPTU MBA Strategic Management for Rural Development 2006-07 Question Paper

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University : Uttar Pradesh Technical University
Degree : MBA
Paper ID : 7247
Subject  : Strategic Management for Rural Development
Semester : IV
Exam Year : 2006-2007 Question Paper
Time : 3 Hours
Marks : 100






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M.A. Women Management Concepts Punjabi University 2008 Question Paper

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Punjabi University
M.A. Women Management Concepts
Question Paper 2008
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
PART A — (5 * 8 = 40 marks)
Answer any FIVE questions.

1. Discuss the nature and scope of Management.
2. Women managers has to perform a series of jobs – Discuss.
3. Explain the essentials characteristics of sound plan.
4. State the changing role of women in Higher education.
5. What are the principles of sound organisation?
6. State the barriers of women managers.
7. Explain the various strategies in the process of women entering management.

PART B — (4 × 15 = 60 marks)
Answer any FOUR questions.
8. Give brief account of the growth and development of women management till modern era.
9. Examine the process of decision making in business undertaking.
10. What are the various stages to be gone through in selection of women managers?
11. Discuss the various Qualities of a good women managers.
12. “Planning is looking ahead and control in looking back” comment.
13. Discuss the economic and environmental changes of women managers.
14. Explain the different methods of assessment of women managers. 

220 SET TOPOLOGY AND FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS Punjabi University 2008 Question Paper

220 SET TOPOLOGY AND FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS Punjabi University 2008 Question Paper
220 SET TOPOLOGY AND FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS Punjabi University 2008 Question Paper
Punjabi University Question Paper
M.Sc Mathematics DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2008
MATHEMATICS
Second Year
Paper - VI
220 SET TOPOLOGY AND FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS
(Revised Regulations)
(Including Lateral Entry)
2nd June) (Time: 3 Hours
Maximum: 100 Marks

PART-A (8×5=40)
Answer any EIGHT questions
All questions carry equal marks

1. Define the open set in a metric space. If X is a metric space, prove that any union of open sets in X is open.

2. Define the terms:
a) Discrete Topology
b) Complete Metric space
c) Sub-base


3. Prove that any continuous image of a compact space is compact..

4. State Urysohn’s lemma.

5. Define the terms:
a) Connected space
b) Connected subspace
c) Disconnected space

6. Prove that the components of a totally disconnected space are its points.

7. State and prove the Schwarz inequality.

8. State the open mapping theorem.

9. Give an example of a Hilbert space.

10. Let N and N' be normed linear spaces and T a linear transformation of N into N'. Then prove the following conditions on T are all equivalent to one another.

PART-B (3×20=60)
Answer any THREE questions
All questions carry equal marks

11. a) State and prove Cantor’s intersection theorem.

b) Let X be a topological space and A an arbitrary subset of X. Prove that ={x : each neighbourhood of x intersects A}.

12. a) State and prove Tychonoff’s theorem.

b) Let X and Y be metric spaces and f a mapping of X into Y. Then prove that f is continuous if and only if, f -1 (G) is open in X whenever G is open in Y.

13. Prove that a subspace of the real line R is connected if any only if, it is an interval. In particular, show that R is connected.

14. State and prove Hahn-Banach theorem.

15. Prove that every non-zero Hilbert space contains a complete orthonormal set.


220 SET TOPOLOGY AND FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS Punjabi University 2008 Question Paper

220 SET TOPOLOGY AND FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS Punjabi University 2008 Question Paper
220 SET TOPOLOGY AND FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS Punjabi University 2008 Question Paper
Punjabi University Question Paper
M.Sc Mathematics DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2008
MATHEMATICS
Second Year
Paper - VI
220 SET TOPOLOGY AND FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS
(Revised Regulations)
(Including Lateral Entry)
2nd June) (Time: 3 Hours
Maximum: 100 Marks

PART-A (8×5=40)
Answer any EIGHT questions
All questions carry equal marks

1. Define the open set in a metric space. If X is a metric space, prove that any union of open sets in X is open.

2. Define the terms:
a) Discrete Topology
b) Complete Metric space
c) Sub-base


3. Prove that any continuous image of a compact space is compact..

4. State Urysohn’s lemma.

5. Define the terms:
a) Connected space
b) Connected subspace
c) Disconnected space

6. Prove that the components of a totally disconnected space are its points.

7. State and prove the Schwarz inequality.

8. State the open mapping theorem.

9. Give an example of a Hilbert space.

10. Let N and N' be normed linear spaces and T a linear transformation of N into N'. Then prove the following conditions on T are all equivalent to one another.

PART-B (3×20=60)
Answer any THREE questions
All questions carry equal marks

11. a) State and prove Cantor’s intersection theorem.

b) Let X be a topological space and A an arbitrary subset of X. Prove that ={x : each neighbourhood of x intersects A}.

12. a) State and prove Tychonoff’s theorem.

b) Let X and Y be metric spaces and f a mapping of X into Y. Then prove that f is continuous if and only if, f -1 (G) is open in X whenever G is open in Y.

13. Prove that a subspace of the real line R is connected if any only if, it is an interval. In particular, show that R is connected.

14. State and prove Hahn-Banach theorem.

15. Prove that every non-zero Hilbert space contains a complete orthonormal set.


BA7034 Industrial Relations and Labour Welfare MBA Lecturer Notes

BA7034 Industrial Relations and Labour Welfare MBA Lecturer Notes
Looking for Lecture Notes of BA7034 Industrial Relations and Labour Welfare ? You can download it in PDF format below. This subject is in 3rd Semester MBA course under Anna University Regulation 2013.

Anna University Chennai
Master of Business Administration
Third Semester
BA7034 Industrial Relations and Labour Welfare
Lecture Notes
Regulation: 2013

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Syllabus:
BA7034 Industrial Relations and Labour welfare 3
BA7034 INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS AND LABOUR WELFARE LT P C
UNIT I INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS 7
Concepts – Importance – Industrial Relations problems in the Public Sector – Growth of Trade Unions – Codes of conduct.
UNIT II INDUSTRIAL CONFLICTS 12
Disputes – Impact – Causes – Strikes – Prevention – Industrial Peace – Government Machinery – Conciliation – Arbitration – Adjudication.
UNIT III LABOUR WELFARE 8
Concept – Objectives – Scope – Need – Voluntary Welfare Measures –Statutory Welfare Measures – Labour – Welfare Funds – Education and Training Schemes.
UNIT IV INDUSTRIAL SAFETY 9
Causes of Accidents – Prevention – Safety Provisions – Industrial Health and Hygiene – Importance – Problems – Occupational Hazards – Diseases – Psychological problems – Counseling – Statutory Provisions.
UNIT V WELFARE OF SPECIAL CATEGORIES OF LABOUR 9
Child Labour – Female Labour – Contract Labour – Construction Labour – Agricultural Labour – Differently abled Labour –BPO & KPO Labour - Social Assistance – Social Security – Implications.

TOTAL: 45 PERIODS
TEXT BOOKS
1. Mamoria C.B. and Sathish Mamoria, Dynamics of Industrial Relations, Himalaya Publishing
House, New Delhi, 2007.
2. Arun Monappa, Ranjeet Nambudiri, Patturaja Selvaraj. Industrial relations & Labour Laws. TataMcGraw Hill. 2012
1. Ratna Sen, Industrial Relations in India, Shifting Paradigms, Macmillan India Ltd., NewDelhi, 2007.
2. C.S.Venkata Ratnam, Globalisation and Labour Management Relations, Response Books,2007.
3. Srivastava, Industrial Relations and Labour laws,
4. P.R.N Sinha, Indu Bala Sinha, Seema Priyardarshini Shekhar. Industrial Relations, Trade Unions and Labour Legislation. Pearson. 2004



B.H.M.C.T. (First Semester),2011 Question Paper,University Of Pune Question Paper,106 : COMMUNICATION FUNDAMENTALS-I

B.H.M.C.T. (First Semester),2011 Question Paper,University Of Pune Question Paper,106 : COMMUNICATION FUNDAMENTALS-I
University Of Pune Question Paper
B.H.M.C.T. (First Semester) EXAMINATION, 2011
106 : COMMUNICATION FUNDAMENTALS-I
(OLD AND NEW PATTERN)
Time : Three Hours Maximum Marks : 70
N.B. :— (i) Question Nos. 1 and 5 are compulsory. Attempt any two
questions out of the remaining three from each Section.
(ii) Figures to the right indicate full marks.
(iii) Assume suitable data wherever applicable.
SECTION A
1. (a) Write an application for the post of a housekeeping supervisor
in a 5-star hotel. Also draft your curriculum vitae. Assume
necessary data. [10]
(b) Explain the advantages and disadvantages of written
communication. [5]
2. Hotel Sitara has its annual staff party in the month of June. The
President of the cultural committee would like to know who all
would like to participate and the kind of activities that the
staff know. Draft a circular, asking for relevant details from the
staff. [10]
3. A regular guest at The Rooftop restaurant had a smaller portion
of reshmi kebab served to him. He has complained about the same.
Draft a letter of apology to him as the restaurant manager. [10]
4. Place an order for the cleaning agents required for public areas
guest rooms. The hotel has 250 rooms; 10 banquet areas, 3 food
and beverage outlets. You as an executive housekeeper are placing
the order with the regular supplier. [10]
SECTION B
5. (a) Enumerate the process of communication with the help of a
diagram. [10]
(b) List down the various barriers in communication with a brief
explanation. [5]
6. A drunken guest has created damage to the hotel property in the
bar. As the bar manager write a detailed report to the F & B
Manager; in the schematic format. [10]
7. (a) Explain at least 5 points that speaker must consider while
preparing for a speech [5]
(b) What “do’s and don’ts” will you follow during a telephonic
conversation with a hotel guest ? [5]
8. The utility boy is not lighting the tandoors in time for the operations.
As the CDP of the Indian section, draft a memo to him. [10]

105 : CATERING SCIENCE—I,University Of Pune Question Paper,B.H.M.C.T. (First Semester),2011 Question Paper

105 : CATERING SCIENCE—I,University Of Pune Question Paper,B.H.M.C.T. (First Semester),2011 Question Paper
University Of Pune Question Paper
B.H.M.C.T. (First Semester) EXAMINATION, 2011
105 : CATERING SCIENCE—I
(OLD AND NEW PATTERN)
Time : Three Hours Maximum Marks : 70
N.B. :— (i) Question No. 1 is compulsory.
(ii) Answer any four more questions from Q. No. 2 to
Q. No. 7.
(iii) Draw neat diagrams wherever necessary.
1. Define the terms with suitable example (any five) : [10]
(1) Boiling under pressure
(2) Food adulteration
(3) Emulsion
(4) Gel
(5) Smoking point
(6) Density
(7) Foam.
2. (a) Define ‘Cross-Contamination’. Explain any three ways to
prevent it. [5]
(b) Mention any five general guidelines for storage of all types
of food-stuffs. [5]
(c) Why is pest control necessary in catering establishment ? Give
any two control measures for each : [5]
(i) Cockroach
(ii) Housefly.
3. (a) Explain any two factors affecting the growth of micro-organisms
in food. Give any three uses of micro-organisms in food
industry. [5]
(b) Explain the importance of Hygiene and Sanitation in catering
industry. [5]
(c) Why are additives added to the food ? Explain any two food
additives used in food industry. [5]
4. (a) List any five requirements necessary to store food in refrigerated
storage area. [5]
(b) Explain the concept of HACCP in catering industry. [5]
(c) Mention any two spoilage indicators for the following foodstuffs
: [5]
(i) Fish
(ii) Milk
(iii) Spinach leaves
(iv) Egg
(v) Groundnuts.
5. (a) Give reason as to why : [5]
(i) Green and sprouting potatoes should not be used for
cooking.
(ii) Protective display of food is necessary.
(iii) pH level of foods affects cooking.
(iv) Personal hygiene is necessary in catering establishment.
(v) Mushrooms should be purchased from a licensed manufacturer.
(b) With the help of diagram explain the indirect transmission
of disease. List any two intestinal parasites. [5]
(c) Explain any five non-bacterial metal poisoning in food. [5]
6. (a) Explain the concept of Danger Zone in food industry. [5]
(b) Mention the food adulterant and the test to detect them in
the following food-stuffs : [5]
(i) Semolina
(ii) Turmeric
(iii) Sugar
(iv) Ghee
(v) Tea.
(c) Differentiate between food poisoning and food infection. [5]
7. (a) Write short notes on (any two) : [5]
(i) Staphylococcal food poisoning.
(ii) Importance of protective clothing for kitchen staff.
(iii) Physiological characteristics of Bacteria.
(b) Define undesirable browning in food. Give any three ways to
prevent it. [5]
(c) Mention any two sanitary practices while cooking food. What
is the importance of rest, recreation and exercise. [5]

Punjabi University LABOUR MANAGEMENT INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS M.A 2008 Question Paper

Punjabi University LABOUR MANAGEMENT INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS M.A 2008 Question Paper
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Punjabi University
M.A LABOUR MANAGEMENT
Paper III - INDUSTRIAL  RELATIONS Question Paper
2008 Question Paper
Time: Three hours
Maximum: 100 marks

Answer any FIVE questions.

1. "Collective agreements in India cover a very wide field of labour management relations in Industry" Discuss.

2. Write a note on the right to strike.

3. Explain a model grievance procedure.

4. "Adjudication is not an ideal means of settling industrial disputes" Discuss.

5. Explain the contribution made by the 39th Indian Labour Conference (2003).

6. What are the salient features of the Labour Management Relations Act, 1947 of the U.S.A.?

7. How far the provisions under the constitution of India aid healthy industrial relations?

8. Describe the composition of wage boards in India. How far wage boards serve the interests of workers?

9. Examine the role of the Government in promoting industrial relations.

10. Write short notes on any TWO of the following: (a) Remedies for unfair dismissal under, the
Employment Rights Act, 1996 of the U.K. (b) Recognition of Trade Union. (c) Report of the 2nd National Commission on Labour, 2002. 

University Of Pune Question Paper,104 : FRONT OFFICE OPERATIONS—I,B.H.M.C.T. (First Semester),2011 Question Paper

University Of Pune Question Paper,104 : FRONT OFFICE OPERATIONS—I,B.H.M.C.T. (First Semester),2011 Question Paper
University Of Pune Question Paper
B.H.M.C.T. (First Semester) EXAMINATION, 2011
104 : FRONT OFFICE OPERATIONS—I
(OLD AND NEW PATTERN)
Time : Two Hours Maximum Marks : 40
N.B. :— (i) Attempt any four questions out of six.
(ii) All questions carry equal marks.
1. (a) Explain the following terms (any five) : [5]
(i) Goplan
(ii) Crib rate
(iii) Lead time
(iv) Duplex
(v) Downtown hotel
(vi) Sleep out
(vii) Suite Room.
(b) List down the equipments used in automated systems. [2]
(c) Give the classification of hotels based on size and
location. [3]
2. (a) Explain the coordination of Front office with the following
departments : [6]
(i) Food and Beverage
(ii) Housekeeping
(iii) Personnel.
(b) Explain any four meal plans. [4]
3. (a) Differentiate between : [6]
(i) Rack rate and Corporate rate
(ii) Conventional chart and Density chart
(iii) Convention hotel and Timeshare hotels.
(b) Explain the role and importance of bell desk. [4]
4. (a) State the procedures followed by front office in case of the
following : [6]
(i) A blacklisted guest comes to a hotel.
(ii) A message is received for a room guest.
(iii) Luggage handling of a group.
(b) State any four rules of the house for a guest. [4]
[4081]-104 3 P.T.O.
5. (a) Explain the procedure for the following with suitable format
(any one) : [5]
(i) Cancellation of reservation
(ii) Amendment of reservation.
(b) Explain with a flow chart the guest cycle and staff in contact
at each stage. [5]
6. (a) Explain the various sources of reservation. [4]
(b) Write short notes on (any three) : [6]
(i) Computerized reservation
(ii) Instant reservation
(iii) Overbooking
(iv) Guaranteed reservation
(v) Key control procedures at front office.

2011 Question Paper,103 : HOUSEKEEPING OPERATIONS—I,University Of Pune Question Paper,B.H.M.C.T. (First Semester)

2011 Question Paper,103 : HOUSEKEEPING OPERATIONS—I,University Of Pune Question Paper,B.H.M.C.T. (First Semester)
University Of Pune Question Paper
B.H.M.C.T. (First Semester) EXAMINATION, 2011
103 : HOUSEKEEPING OPERATIONS—I
(2008 PATTERN)
Time : Two Hours Maximum Marks : 40
N.B. :— (i) Attempt any four questions.
(ii) All questions carry equal marks.
(iii) Draw suitable diagram wherever required.
1. (a) Explain the following terms (any five) : [5]
(1) Duplex
(2) U.R.
(3) Dust-sheet
(4) Yard Broom
(5) Skipper
(6) Duvet.
(b) What are the various functions of Housekeeping Department ? [5]
2. (a) Draw the layout of Housekeeping Department with its
sections. [5]
(b) Explain how Housekeeping co-ordinates with the following
departments : [5]
(1) Food and Beverage
(2) Front office.
3. (a) List down the attributes of the housekeeping staff. [5]
(b) Explain key control procedures. [5]
4. (a) Write the duties and responsibilities of a floor supervisor. [5]
(b) Mention amenities and facilities in a standard Five Star Guest
Room. [5]
5. (a) Classify cleaning equipments. Give suitable example of
each. [5]
(b) Explain any five types of rooms. [5]
6. (a) What are the factors to be kept in mind while selecting
cleaning agents ? [5]
(b) Differentiate between Job description and Job specification. [5]

BA7402 Business Ethics Corporate Social Responsibility & Governance MBA Question Bank

BA7402 Business Ethics Corporate Social Responsibility & Governance MBA Question Bank
Anna University Chennai
Master Of Business Administration
Third Semester
Lecture Notes - EEC (Easwari Engineering College) Edition
BA7402 Business Ethics Corporate Social Responsibility and Governance

Syllabus: of Business Ethics, Corporate Social Responsibility and Governance of MBA

BA7402 BUSINESS ETHICS, CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND GOVERNANCE                                                                                                                   LTPC 3 0 0 3
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UNIT I INTRODUCTION 9
Definition & nature Business ethics, Characteristics, Ethical theories; Causes of unethical behavior;
Ethical abuses; Work ethics; Code of conduct; Public good.
UNIT II ETHICS THEORY AND BEYOND 9
Management of Ethics - Ethics analysis [ Hosmer model ]; Ethical dilemma; Ethics in practiceethics
for managers; Role and function of ethical managers- Comparative ethical behaviour of
managers; Code of ethics; Competitiveness, organizational size, profitability and ethics; Cost of
ethics in Corporate ethics evaluation. Business and ecological / environmental issues in the Indian
context and case studies.
UNIT III LEGAL ASPECTS OF ETHICS 9
Political – legal environment; Provisions of the Indian constitution pertaining to Business; Political
setup – major characteristics and their implications for business; Prominent features of MRTP &
FERA. Social – cultural environment and their impact on business operations, Salient features of
Indian culture and values. 30
UNIT IV ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS 9
Economic Environment; Philosophy of economic grow and its implications for business, Main
features of Economic Planning with respect to business; Industrial policy and framework of
government contract over Business; Role of chamber of commerce and confederation of Indian
Industries.
UNIT V CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND GOVERNANCE 9
Definition- Evolution- Need for CSR; Theoretical perspectives; Corporate citizenship; Business
practices; Strategies for CSR; Challenges and implementation; Evolution of corporate governance;
Governance practices and regulation; Structure and development of boards; Role of capital market
and government; Governance ratings; Future of governance- innovative practices; Case studies with
lessons learnt.
 TOTAL: 45 PERIODS
TEXTBOOKS
1. S.A. Sherlekar, Ethics in Management, Himalaya Publishing House, 2009.
2. William B. Werther and David B. Chandler, Strategic corporate social responsibility, Sage
Publications Inc., 2011
3. Robert A.G. Monks and Nell Minow, Corporate governance, John Wiley and Sons, 2011.
REFERENCES
1. W.H. Shaw, Business Ethics, Cengage Learning, 2007.
2. Beeslory, Michel and Evens, Corporate Social Responsibility, Taylor and Francis, 1978.
3.Philip Kotler and Nancy Lee, Corporate social responsibility: doing the most good for company
and your cause, Wiley, 2005.
4.Subhabrata Bobby Banerjee, Corporate social responsibility: the good, the bad and the ugly,
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2007.
5. Satheesh kumar, Corporate governance, Oxford University, Press, 2010.

Business Ethics, Corporate Social Responsibility and Governance of MBA Question Bank :
PART A :
1. What are human values?
2. What are ethical values?
3. Distinguish values from ethics and culture.
4. What is integrity?
5. Define work ethics
6. What is service learning?
7. Mention some civic virtues?
8. Write short notes on caring and sharing.
9. Write notes on honesty
10. What is courage as a value?
11. Define co -operation.
12. Define empathy.
13. Define spirituality.
14. Define Integrity?
15. Define Compromise?
16. Give the two aspects of Honesty?
17. Differentiate Self -respect and Self -esteem?

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102 : FOOD AND BEVERAGE SERVICE—I,University Of Pune Question Paper,B.H.M.C.T. (First Semester),2011 Question Paper

102 : FOOD AND BEVERAGE SERVICE—I,University Of Pune Question Paper,B.H.M.C.T. (First Semester),2011 Question Paper
University Of Pune Question Paper
B.H.M.C.T. (First Semester) EXAMINATION, 2011
102 : FOOD AND BEVERAGE SERVICE—I
(OLD AND NEW PATTERN)
Time : Two Hours Maximum Marks : 40
N.B. :— (i) All questions carry equal marks.
(ii) Solve any four questions.
(iii) Draw neat diagrams wherever necessary.
1. (a) With the help of chart, classify commercial catering establishments
with suitable examples of each. [4]
(b) Explain the following types of food and beverage service : [6]
(i) Russian Service
(ii) Lounge Service
(iii) Guéridon Service.
2. (a) Differentiate between : [6]
(i) Mise-en-place and Mise-en-scene.
(ii) American Service and Silver Service.
(b) Explain Inter-departmental relation of F&B service with
housekeeping and stores. [4]
3. (a) Enlist and explain any two Silver Polishing methods. [4]
(b) Write short notes on (any two) : [4]
(i) Non-commercial catering establishment.
(ii) Disposables used in F&B service.
(iii) Basic etiquettes for F&B service personnel.
(c) State the capacity of the following : [2]
(i) High ball glass
(ii) Pony Tumbler.
4. (a) Explain the following F&B service outlets (any three) : [6]
(i) Discotheque
(ii) Business center
(iii) Restaurant
(iv) Night club.
(b) Write short notes on (any two) : [4]
(i) Food court
(ii) Vending
(iii) Cafeteria.
5. (a) Enlist and explain any four attributes of F&B service
personnel. [4]
(b) Explain the following Auxiliary areas : [4]
(i) Still Room
(ii) Linen Room.
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(c) State the usage of the following equipments : [2]
(i) Sundra Spoon
(ii) Tom collins glass.
6. (a) Give the job description of the following F&B service
personnel : [4]
(i) Sommelier
(ii) Restaurant Manager.
(b) Explain the following in detail (any two) : [4]
(i) Room Service
(ii) Automats
(iii) Buffet.
(c) Give the sizes of : [2]
(i) Square table for four
(ii) Cloth serviette.

B.H.M.C.T. (First Semester),101 : FOOD PRODUCTION—I(OLD AND NEW PATTERN),2011 Question Paper,University Of Pune Question Paper

B.H.M.C.T. (First Semester),101 : FOOD PRODUCTION—I(OLD AND NEW PATTERN),2011 Question Paper,University Of Pune Question Paper
University Of Pune Question Paper
B.H.M.C.T. (First Semester) EXAMINATION, 2011
101 : FOOD PRODUCTION—I
(OLD AND NEW PATTERN)
Time : Two Hours Maximum Marks : 40
N.B. :— (i) Solve any four questions.
(ii) All questions carry equal marks.
1. (a) Explain the composition of wheat. [4]
(b) What are duties and responsibilities of sous chef ? [4]
(c) Discuss the importance of personal hygiene in hotel
industry. [2]
2. (a) Classify kitchen equipment giving one example of each. [6]
(b) Give four examples of artificial sweetner. [2]
(c) Give two examples of the following : [2]
(i) Melon fruit
(ii) Stone fruit.
3. (a) Explain briefly any four types of fats/oils. [4]
(b) Explain factors influencing eating habits of any community. [4]
[4081]-101 2
(c) Write the colour pigments in the following : [2]
(i) Carrots
(ii) Brinjal
(iii) Egg yolk
(iv) Mint leaves.
4. (a) Define : [4]
(i) Homogenization
(ii) Rennet
(iii) Skimmed milk
(iv) Hydrogenation of fat.
(b) Differentiate between herbs and species. [4]
(c) Write any four functions of egg in cookery. [2]
5. (a) Give two examples of each : [4]
(i) Stem vegetables
(ii) Flower vegetables
(iii) Root vegetables
(iv) Fruit vegetables.
(b) Explain the following terms (any six) : [6]
(i) Star anaise
(ii) Bhujia
(iii) Doodh pak
(iv) Jallebi
(v) Yakhani
(vi) Khorma
(vii) Kneading
(viii) Mashing.

WAGESAND EMPLOYMENT ADMINISTRATION M.A Punjabi University 2008 Question Paper

WAGESAND EMPLOYMENT ADMINISTRATION  M.A Punjabi University 2008 Question Paper
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Punjabi University Question Paper
M.A Labour Management Paper VI - WAGESAND EMPLOYMENT ADMINISTRATION
Question Paper 2008
Time: Three hours Maximum: 100 marks
Answer any FIVE questions not choosing not less than Two questions from each Part.

PARTA

1. Define Wage. Examine the salient features of minimum Wages Act 1948.

2. Describe wage problems in India.

3. "Though the principle of equal pay for equal work commands general appreciation, it is rather difficult to apply" Discuss. Why?

4. Define job evaluation. Explain the two methods of job evaluation.

5. Discuss the various methods of wage payment and point out the merits and demerits found in each
method.

PART B

6. Define manpower planning. What are the steps involved in it?

7. Define Wage Audit. Discuss the areas and roles of wage audit.

8. Examine the role of employment exchanges in India.

9. Describe the Indian code of discipline in industry.

10. Write notes on: (a). Personal Records (b) Bonus Act. Logged 

Punjabi University MA Role of Women In Technology 2008 Question Paper

Punjabi University MA Role of Women In Technology 2008 Question Paper
Punjabi University Question Paper Previous Years Collection
M.A. Role of Women In Technology Question paper 2008
Exam Year of the Question Paper: 2008
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
Study Materials Description : 2008 Punjabi University Jewelry Certificate Course in Basic Jewellery Design Role Of Women In Technology Question paper

PART A — (5 * 8 = 40 marks)
Answer any FIVE questions not exceeding 250 words each.
1. What is the meaning and scope of gender and Technology?
2. What are the inter–relationship between Technology and Production?
3. Enumerate the external barriers affecting women from participating in technological development.
4. Discuss the role of short time goals for technology transfer.
5. What are the characteristics of appropriate technology?
6. Explain the strength and weaknesses of women in using modern technology.
7. What are the basic principles of technologies?
PART B — (4 * 15 = 60 marks)
Answer any FOUR questions not exceeding 750 words each.
8. Explain the historical evolution of women and technology.
9. What are the impacts of technology on women's employment nature of work, health and nutrition?
10. Examine different value orientations towards technology having a positive impact on women.
11. Suggest measures to check marginalization of women in labour force.
12. Explain adaptability process, women's awareness evaluation and trail in appropriate technology.
13. Explain fatalism, aversion to risk–taking and mechanisms for technology transfer.
14. Explain the origin and development of the concept of appropriate technology and its implications on women. 

Paper - 2.4 : Contemporary Critical Theory,University Of Pune Question Paper,M.A. (Part - I) ENGLISH (Semester - II),2012 Question Paper

Paper - 2.4 : Contemporary Critical Theory,University Of Pune Question Paper,M.A. (Part - I) ENGLISH (Semester - II),2012 Question Paper
University Of Pune Question Paper
M.A. (Part - I)
ENGLISH
Paper - 2.4 : Contemporary Critical Theory
 (Semester - II) (2008 Pattern)
Time :3 Hours] [Max. Marks :80
Instructions to the candidates:-
1) All questions are compulsory.
2) All questions carry equal marks.
P577
Q1) Answer any two of the following :
a) State, briefly, the tenets of deconstruction.
b) Discuss, briefly, the salient features of feminism.
c) What is ‘phycho - analytical criticism’? What are its uses and limitations
in literary criticism?
Q2) Answer any two of the following :
a) What, according to Richard Chase, is myth? and what are its types in
relation to poetry?
b) Explain ‘concrete’ and ‘abstract’ potentialities with reference to ‘The
Ideology of Modernism’.
c) State, briefly, the extant views on Hamlet’s inaction and Ernest Jones’
interpretation of them.
Q3) Answer any two of the following :
a) What, according to Roland Barthes, is Semio - criticism? Discuss, briefly.
b) State, briefly, Fish’s views on the relevance of the context in any
communication.
c) Discuss, Barthes’ terms – ‘temporality’, ‘person’ and the verb ‘to write’.
SEAT No. :
P.T.O.
Q4) Answer any two of the following :
a) What are Miller’s deconstructionist views and Abrams’ comments on
them?
b) What is meant by ‘Gyno - criticism? What, according to Showalter, is
its future?
c) What, according to Showalter, are the three phases in the evolution of
female tradition?
Q5) Answer any two of the following :
a) Attempt a feminist interpretation of ‘The Rape of the Lock’.
b) Interpret ‘The Power and the Glory’ as a Marxist text.
c) What are your responses as a reader to ‘Wants’?
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