Business Studies/Business Studies-[Class 12-MCQS ]-Chapter 1 Nature and Significance of Management Sample Test,Sample questions

Question:
 Management is equally important to run a political organisation as it is to run an economic organisation. Which feature of management is being reflected in the given statement?

1.Management is goal oriented

2.Management is multidimensional

3. Management is all pervasive

4.Management is a group activity


Question:
Co-ordination is considered to be the essence of management because

1.It is a common thread that runs through all the activities within the organisation

2.It is implicit and inherent in all functions of the organisation

3. It is a force that binds all the functions of management

4.All of the above


Question:
Effectiveness relates to

1.Doing the right task

2.Completing activities

3.Achieving goals

4.All of the above


Question:
Efficiency is concerned with

1.Doing the right thing

2.Doing things right

3.Achieving end results

4.None of the above


Question:
Identify the feature of co-ordination being highlighted in the given statement: “Coordination is not a one time function, it begins at the planning stage and continue till controlling.”

1.Coordination ensures unity of action

2.Coordination is an all pervasive function

3.Coordination is a continuous process

4.Coordination is a deliberate function


Question:
Identify the level of management which does not interact with the work force directly.

1.Supervisory management

2.Operational management

3. First line managers

4.Middle level management


Question:
Identify the process that provides the requisite amount, quality, timing and sequence of efforts, which ensures that planned objectives are achieved with a minimum of conflict.

1.Management

2.Planning

3.Co-ordination

4.Controlling


Question:
It is a force that binds all the functions Of management.

1.Cooperation

2.Co-ordination

3. Planning

4.Management hierarchy


Question:
Successful organisations do not achieve goals by chance but by following a deliberate process known as

1.Planning

2. Co-ordination

3.Controlling

4.Management


Question:
Jay is working as a marketing manager in a company. Has been given the task of selling 100000 units of a product at the cost of ₹100 per unit within 20 days. He is able to sell all the units within the stipulated time, but had to sell last 1000 units at 20% discount in order to complete the target. In such a situation, he will be considered to be

1.An efficient manager

2.An effective manager

3. Both effective and efficient manager

4.None of the above


Question:
Keeping in view the changes in the consumer demands and preferences ‘Tasitemaker Bakery’ has reduced the sugar and fat content in its products. This approach of business shows that management is

1.An intangible force

2.A group activity

3.A dynamic function

4.A multidimensional activity


Question:
Management contains a series of interrelated functions that include

1.Planning

2.Organising

3.Directing

4.All of the above


Question:
Management is considered important because

1. It helps an organisation to adapt to the changes

2.Seeks to integrate individual efforts

3.It helps in development of the society

4.All of the above


Question:
Management is considered to be an art because

1.The principles of management have universal validity

2.The principles of management have universal application

3. Different principles of management are brought into effect differently by different managers

4.It is not important for the practising managers to be a member of a professional association


Question:
Management is essential for the organisations which are

1.Non-profit organisations

2. Service organisations

3.Social organisations

4.All of the above


Question:
Management is said to be poor if it is

1.Efficient but ineffective

2. Effective but inefficient

3.Both inefficient and ineffective

4.All of the above


Question:
Management translates the works to be carried out in terms of goals to be achieved and assigns the means to achieve it. This statement relates to

1.Management of work

2.Management of people

3.Management of operations

4.All of the above


Question:
Organising as a function of management involves deciding

1.What activities and resources are required

2.Who will do a particular task

3.Where will it be done

4.All of the above


Question:
People in the organisations carry out diverse tasks with the aim to achieve

1. Different objectives

2.Common objectives

3.Both of the above

4.None of the above


Question:
Rohan works as a production manager in Global Enterprises Limited. He has been given the task of getting 1000 units of hand woven table mats manufactured at the cost of ₹150 per unit within 10 days. In order to be acknowledged as an effective manager, he must ensure that

1.The cost of production does not exceed ₹150 per unit

2.The work is completed within 10 days even at higher cost per unit

3.The cost of production is less than ₹150 per unit

4.All of the above


Question:
Successful management ensures that

1.Goals are achieved with least cost

2.Timely achievement of goals

3.Both of the above

4.None of the above


Question:
Supervision, communication, motivation and leadership are the key elements of this  function of management.

1.Directing

2.Controlling

3.Planning

4.Organising


Question:
Tarang Enterprises Limited is planning to increase its sales by 30% in the next quarter. Identify the feature of management being highlighted in the given statement.

1. Management is all pervasive

2.Management is a goal oriented process

3. Management is a continuous process

4.All of the above


Question:
The authority-responsibility relationships that exist within the organisation give rise to

1.Different functions within the organisation

2.Different levels in the organisation

3. Management as a multidimensional activity

4.Management as a group activity


Question:
The function of management related to grouping of activities to be carried out into departments and creating management hierarchy is

1. Planning

2.Organising

3.Controlling

4.Directing


Question:
The main task of this level of management is to determine the overall organisational objectives and strategies for their realisation.

1.Operational management

2.Middle level management

3.First line managers

4.Top level management


Question:
This function of Management related to placing the right person at the right job is

1.Organising

2.Staffing

3.Planning

4.Controlling


Question:
This function of management relating to laying down the foundation for carrying out the other functions of management successfully is

1.Organising

2.Staffing

3.Planning

4.Controlling


Question:
This level of management serves as a link between top level managers and first line managers.

1.Supervisory level management

2.Operational management

3.Middle level management

4.None of the above


Question:
Which of the following is a function of top level management?

1. Ensuring quality of output

2.Assigning necessary duties and responsibilities to their departments

3.Taking responsibility for all the activities of the business and its impact on the society

4.Ensuring that the safety standards are maintained within the organisation


Question:
Which of the following is not a designation related to lower level management?

1.Plant Superintendent

2.Supervisors

3.Section officers

4.Marketing Manager


Question:
Which of the following is not a designation related to middle level management?

1.Operations Head

2.Sales Manager

3.Chief Operating Officer

4.Divisional Manager


Question:
Which of the following is not a designation related to top level management?

1.President

2.Vice-President

3.Chairman

4.Production Manager


Question:
Which of the following is not an organisational objective of management?

1.Earning enough revenue to cover costs

2.Earning sufficient profits to cover risks of business

3.Increase in the prospects of business in the long run

4.Providing free education to their employees children


Question:
Which of the following statements does not pertain to middle level management?

1.They are responsible for all the activities of the operational managers

2.They are responsible for the welfare and survival of the organisation

3.The interpreter the policies made by top level managers

4.Co-operate with other departments for the smooth running of the organisation


Question:
Which of the following statements highlights that management is a group activity?

1.Organisation is a collection of diverse individuals with different needs.

2.Achievement of common goal requires teamwork and co-ordination of efforts in a common direction.

3.Each member of the organisation may have different individual goals but they must travel together towards common goals.

4.All of the above


Question:
Which of the following statements is not relevant to the concept of “Management as an inexact science”?

1.The principles of management lack universal validity

2.The principles of management lack universal applicability

3.The principles of management have to be modified according to the given situation

4.Management involves dealing with human behaviour and outcomes cannot be predicted with utmost accuracy


Question:
Which of the following statements is not true for lower level management?

1.Analyse the business environment and its implications for the survival of the business

2.Ensure the quality of the output

3.They strive to reduce the wastage of resources

4.They ensure that the safety standards are maintained within the organisation


More MCQS

  1. Business Studies-[Class 11-MCQ ]-Chapter 1- Nature and Purpose of Business
  2. Business Studies-[Class 11-MCQS ]-Chapter 2 Forms of Business Organisation
  3. Business Studies-[Class 11-MCQS ]-Chapter 3 Private, Public and Global Enterprises
  4. Business Studies-[Class 11-MCQS ]-Chapter 4 Business Services
  5. Business Studies-[Class 11-MCQS ]-Chapter 5 Emerging Modes of Business
  6. Business Studies-[Class 11-MCQS ]-Chapter 6 Social Responsibilities of Business
  7. Business Studies-[Class 11-MCQS ]-Chapter 7 Formation of a Company
  8. Business Studies-[Class 11-MCQS ]-Chapter 8 Sources of Business Finance
  9. Business Studies-[Class 11-MCQS ]-Chapter 9 Small Business
  10. Business Studies-[Class 11-MCQS ]-Chapter 10 Internal Trade
  11. Business Studies-[Class 11-MCQS ]-Chapter 11 International Business
  12. Business Studies-[Class 11-MCQS ]-Chapter 12 International Business
  13. Business Studies-[Class 12-MCQS ]-Chapter 1 Nature and Significance of Management
  14. Business Studies-[Class 12-MCQS ]-Chapter 2 Principles of Management
  15. Business Studies-[Class 12-MCQS ]-Chapter 3 Business Environment
  16. Business Studies-[Class 12-MCQS ]-Chapter 4 Planning
  17. Business Studies-[Class 12-MCQS ]-Chapter 5 Organising
  18. Business Studies-[Class 12-MCQS ]-Chapter 6 Staffing
  19. Business Studies-[Class 12-MCQS ]-Chapter 7 Directing
  20. Business Studies-[Class 12-MCQS ]-Chapter 9 Financial Management
  21. Business Studies-[Class 12-MCQS ]-Chapter 10 Financial Market
  22. Business Studies-[Class 12-MCQS ]-Chapter 11 Marketing
  23. Business Studies-[Class 12-MCQS ]-Chapter 12 Consumer Protection
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