Monday, 27 May 2013

Security Analysis and Portfolio Management Multiple choices: 1. Beta is useful for comparing the relative _____________ of different stocks. a. Business risk b. Systematic risk c. Liquidity risk d. Country risk 2. The price prevailing in market is called a. Market security b. Market value c. Market price d. None of the above 3. Line charts, Bar charts, Candles tic charts are the parts of a. Fundamental analysis b. Technical analysis c. Company analysis d. None of the above 4. A market portfolio is a portfolio consisting of a weighted __________ in the market. a. Sum of every equity b. Sum of every liabilities c. Sum of every assets d. None of the above 5. The date on the option contract is called the ___________ a. Expiration date b. Date of maturity c. Both a) & b) d. None of the above 6. A forward contract is an agreement made today between a ___________ to exchange the commodity a. Buyer & buyer b. Buyer & seller c. Seller & seller d. None of the above 7. Portfolio means a collection or combination of financial assets such as a. Shares b. Debentures c. Government securities d. All of the above 8. CAPM is the abbreviation of a. Capital Asset Pricing Measure b. Capital Average Pricing Model c. Capital Asset Pricing Model d. None of the above 9. In India the secondary market for shares is regulated by a. RBI b. SEBI c. Company law board d. There is no regulatory authority 10. The risk of the whole market as measured by ‘Beta’ is a. 1 b. 0 c. -1 d. None of the above Part Two: 1. What does ‘β’ (Beta) mean in risk management? 2. Write a note on ‘options’ & ‘future’ derivatives. 3. Define Capital market theory. 4. Write a short note on CAPM. 1. After analyzing the case, do you think all the companies that can afford, should opt for right issue to improve their financial status? 2. What do you analyze as the two main advantages of the right issue? 1. What do you mean by risk management? Elaborate the various kinds of systematic and nonsystematic risks. 2. What do you mean by Portfolio management? What are the methods of calculating portfolio performance evaluation? Human Resource Development & Training Multiple choices: 1. HRD is the process of helping people to acquire a. Competition b. Completeness c. Competencies d. None of the above 2. Techniques of human resource development are also called a. HRD methods b. HRD instruments c. HRD mechanism d. All of the above 3. In India HRD began only in a. 1970s b. 1980s c. 1910s d. 1990s 4. BARS stands for a. Behaviourally Anchored Rating Scale b. Behaviourally Anchoring Rating Scale c. Behaviourally Appraisal Rating Scale d. None of the above 5. Levels of evaluations of training programmes are a. 7 b. 6 c. 5 d. 10 6. Performance appraisal is a ________ process of identifying, planning, developing employee performance a. Multi-stages b. Single-stages c. Dual-stages d. All of the above 7. Halo effect is the tendency to the judge all aspects of a _____________ a. Person’s behavior b. Perspective behavior c. Performance appraisal d. All of the above 8. QWL stands for a. Quality of work life b. Quality of worker life c. Quantity of work life d. None of the above 9. 360 – degree feedback can be used as a tool for performance ________ a. Appraisal b. Analyze c. Assessment d. None of the above 10. Career planning is a _______ that constitute what a person does for a living a. Sequence of career b. Sequence of jobs c. Sequence of sum d. None of the above Part Two: 1. Explain the ‘benefits of HRD’. 2. Briefly explain ‘on the job and off the job’ methods of training and development. 3. Explain the objectives of ‘Performance Appraisal’. 4. Differentiate between HRM and HRD concept. 1. What in your view are the central human resources issues involved in this case? 2. What strategy should Mr. Tanmoy Deb develop and implement for improving the present system? 1. Discuss the basic concept of management development. What is the importance of management development in the changing business? 2. What do mean by Quality of work life? Discuss various methods to improve quality of work life. Industrial Relations Multiple choices: 1. Workers participation in management decision-making is a highly________ concept. a. Duplex b. Complex c. Simplex d. None of the above 2. The origin of industrial relations in India can be traced in to the a. Second world war b. First world war c. Third world war d. British rule 3. Under the payment of wages act, 1936, no wages period shall exceed for one . a. Four month b. Two month c. One month d. None of the above 4. Collective bargaining is the process of bargaining between a. employees & employer b. workers & workers c. employees & employees d. None of the above 5. Layoff can also cause a ________ a. Retirement b. Grievance c. Conflict d. None of the above 6. As per payment of bonus act, accounting year for a company is ________ a. One year b. Period for which balance sheet is prepared c. Period for which cash flow is prepared d. Period for which profit and loss account is prepared 7. WPM stands for a. Workers’ Participation in Management b. Workers’ Payment of Management c. Well fare Payment of Management d. None of the above 8. Causes of Industrial disputes are a. Economic causes b. Political causes c. Technological causes d. All of the above 9. Trade unions of workers in an organization formed by workers to protect their a. Working condition b. Interest c. Both a & b d. None of the above 10. A grievance causes in any organization are a. Work environment b. Supervision c. Work group d. All of the above Part two: 1. What are the basic causes of ‘Grievances’? 2. What are the objectives of ‘Industrial Relations’? 3. Briefly explain the term ‘evolution of Trade unions in India’. 4. Explain the ‘workers’ participation in management’. 1. Did the personnel manager handle the issue properly? 2. What is your recommendation to avoid such situations in future? 1. If you were Malik, what strategies would you adopt to solve the problem? 2. With high employee turnover in insurance industry, how can the company retain a person like Malik? 1. What are issues in labour policies in India? Comment with relevant justification. 2. Discuss the wage policy in India with reference to detailed evaluation of the act.

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Security Analysis and Portfolio Management

Multiple choices:
1. Beta is useful for comparing the relative _____________ of different stocks.
a. Business risk
b. Systematic risk
c. Liquidity risk
d. Country risk
2. The price prevailing in market is called
a. Market security
b. Market value
c. Market price
d. None of the above
3. Line charts, Bar charts, Candles tic charts are the parts of
a. Fundamental analysis
b. Technical analysis
c. Company analysis
d. None of the above
4. A market portfolio is a portfolio consisting of a weighted __________ in the market.
a. Sum of every equity
b. Sum of every liabilities
c. Sum of every assets
d. None of the above
5. The date on the option contract is called the ___________
a. Expiration date
b. Date of maturity
c. Both a) & b)
d. None of the above
6. A forward contract is an agreement made today between a ___________ to exchange the
commodity
a. Buyer & buyer
b. Buyer & seller
c. Seller & seller
d. None of the above
7. Portfolio means a collection or combination of financial assets such as
a. Shares
b. Debentures
c. Government securities
d. All of the above
8. CAPM is the abbreviation of
a. Capital Asset Pricing Measure
b. Capital Average Pricing Model
c. Capital Asset Pricing Model
d. None of the above
9. In India the secondary market for shares is regulated by
a. RBI
b. SEBI
c. Company law board
d. There is no regulatory authority
10. The risk of the whole market as measured by ‘Beta’ is
a. 1
b. 0
c. -1
d. None of the above
Part Two:
1. What does ‘β’ (Beta) mean in risk management?
2. Write a note on ‘options’ & ‘future’ derivatives.
3. Define Capital market theory.
4. Write a short note on CAPM.
1. After analyzing the case, do you think all the companies that can afford, should opt for right issue to improve their financial status?
2. What do you analyze as the two main advantages of the right issue?
1. What do you mean by risk management? Elaborate the various kinds of systematic and nonsystematic risks.
2. What do you mean by Portfolio management? What are the methods of calculating portfolio performance evaluation?
Human Resource Development & Training

Multiple choices:
1. HRD is the process of helping people to acquire
a. Competition
b. Completeness
c. Competencies
d. None of the above
2. Techniques of human resource development are also called
a. HRD methods
b. HRD instruments
c. HRD mechanism
d. All of the above
3. In India HRD began only in
a. 1970s
b. 1980s
c. 1910s
d. 1990s
4. BARS stands for
a. Behaviourally Anchored Rating Scale
b. Behaviourally Anchoring Rating Scale
c. Behaviourally Appraisal Rating Scale
d. None of the above
5. Levels of evaluations of training programmes are
a. 7
b. 6
c. 5
d. 10
6. Performance appraisal is a ________ process of identifying, planning, developing employee
performance
a. Multi-stages
b. Single-stages
c. Dual-stages
d. All of the above
7. Halo effect is the tendency to the judge all aspects of a _____________
a. Person’s behavior
b. Perspective behavior
c. Performance appraisal
d. All of the above
8. QWL stands for
a. Quality of work life
b. Quality of worker life
c. Quantity of work life
d. None of the above
9. 360 – degree feedback can be used as a tool for performance ________
a. Appraisal
b. Analyze
c. Assessment
d. None of the above
10. Career planning is a _______ that constitute what a person does for a living
a. Sequence of career
b. Sequence of jobs
c. Sequence of sum
d. None of the above
Part Two:
1. Explain the ‘benefits of HRD’.
2. Briefly explain ‘on the job and off the job’ methods of training and development.
3. Explain the objectives of ‘Performance Appraisal’.
4. Differentiate between HRM and HRD concept.
1. What in your view are the central human resources issues involved in this case?
2. What strategy should Mr. Tanmoy Deb develop and implement for improving the present system?
1. Discuss the basic concept of management development. What is the importance of management development in the changing business?
2. What do mean by Quality of work life? Discuss various methods to improve quality of work life.

Industrial Relations
Multiple choices:
1. Workers participation in management decision-making is a highly________ concept.
a. Duplex
b. Complex
c. Simplex
d. None of the above
2. The origin of industrial relations in India can be traced in to the
a. Second world war
b. First world war
c. Third world war
d. British rule
3. Under the payment of wages act, 1936, no wages period shall exceed for one .
a. Four month
b. Two month
c. One month
d. None of the above
4. Collective bargaining is the process of bargaining between
a. employees & employer
b. workers & workers
c. employees & employees
d. None of the above
5. Layoff can also cause a ________
a. Retirement
b. Grievance
c. Conflict
d. None of the above
6. As per payment of bonus act, accounting year for a company is ________
a. One year
b. Period for which balance sheet is prepared
c. Period for which cash flow is prepared
d. Period for which profit and loss account is prepared
7. WPM stands for
a. Workers’ Participation in Management
b. Workers’ Payment of Management
c. Well fare Payment of Management
d. None of the above
8. Causes of Industrial disputes are
a. Economic causes
b. Political causes
c. Technological causes
d. All of the above
9. Trade unions of workers in an organization formed by workers to protect their
a. Working condition
b. Interest
c. Both a & b
d. None of the above
10. A grievance causes in any organization are
a. Work environment
b. Supervision
c. Work group
d. All of the above
Part two:
1. What are the basic causes of ‘Grievances’?
2. What are the objectives of ‘Industrial Relations’?
3. Briefly explain the term ‘evolution of Trade unions in India’.
4. Explain the ‘workers’ participation in management’.
1. Did the personnel manager handle the issue properly?
2. What is your recommendation to avoid such situations in future?
1. If you were Malik, what strategies would you adopt to solve the problem?
2. With high employee turnover in insurance industry, how can the company retain a person like Malik?
1. What are issues in labour policies in India? Comment with relevant justification.
2. Discuss the wage policy in India with reference to detailed evaluation of the act. 

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