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CBSE Class 12 Business Studies Answer Key 2021 for Term 1

Business Studies Answer Key Class 12 Term 1

Class 12 Business Studies Answer Key 2021-22: On 8th December 2021, the Central Board of Secondary Education will hold the Class 12 Business Studies Term 1 Examination across the country. The Business studies paper consists of objective-type questions where students will be given four options, the students have to fill in the right answer in the OMR sheet among the four options. The CBSE has changed the method to fill the OMR sheet from 7th December 2021, now the students have to fill the answers in capital letters in the OMR sheet. The Class 12th Business Studies Term 1 examination will last one and a half hours, beginning at 11:30 a.m. and ending at 1:00 p.m. In this article, we will post the Class 12 Business Studies Answer Key 2021-22 as soon as the exam is over. Students should bookmark this page to stay up to date on Class 12 Business Studies Answer Key 2021-22.

 

CBSE Class 12th Business Studies Term-1 Answer Key 2021

Students taking the Central Board of Secondary Education’s Class 12 board exam should be aware of the following information about Class 12 Business Studies Answer Key 2021-22. Take a look at the table below for a quick overview of Class 12 Business Studies Answer Key 2021-22.

Business Studies Class 12 Term-1 Answer Key 2021
Exam Conducting Body Central Board of Secondary Education
Exam & Subject Name CBSE Class 12 Business Studies
Category Answer Key
Exam Date 08th December 2021
Unofficial Answer Key 08th December 2021
Official Answer Key To be notified
Official Website https://www.cbse.nic.in/

 

Class 12th Business Studies Answer Key 2021 

To assist students in evaluating their marks, we have provided the questions and their answers asked in the Business Studies Class 12 Term-1 Exam. The Class 12th Exam is divided into two terms by the Central Board of Secondary Education, Term 1 and Term 2. In each term, the board has assigned 50% of the syllabus. The Class 12th Business Studies Examination contains 3 sections and all three sections hold a total of 40 Marks. The Class 12th exam pattern for Business Studies is given below: 

  1. There will be 24 questions in Section A. Students must attempt any 20 of the questions.
  2. Section B will consist of 24 questions, with students having to attempt any 20 of them.
  3. In part C, there will be a total of 12 questions. Attempt any 10 of the questions.
  4. All questions carry equal marks.
  5. There is no negative marking.
  6. 90 minutes will be allotted to complete the paper. 

 

Class 12 Business Studies Answer Key and Paper

Crosscheck your answers with the Class 12 Business Studies Answer Key 2021-22 given below and calculate your marks. There are no negative marks deducted for incorrect answers, so skip them and put all the correct answers together to get your overall score. Check out the Class 12 Business Studies MCQ Answer Key & Paper given below:

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CBSE Class 12 Business Studies Answer Key 2021 QP CODE 066/2/4

Q. No. Answer Q. No. Answer Q. No. Answer Q. No. Answer
1 B 16 D 31 B 46 A
2 C 17 D 32 A 47 B
3 B 18 B 33 C 48 C
4 C 19 A 34 C 49 C
5 D 20 B 35 B 50 B
6 B 21 C 36 B 51 C
7 A 22 C 37 A 52 C
8 C 23 D 38 A 53 C
9 C 24 C 39 B 54 D
10 B 25 C 40 B 55 B
11 A 26 A 41 A 56 B
12 C 27 B 42 B 57 D
13 A 28 B 43 A 58 C
14 C 29 C 44 D 59 C
15 B 30 C 45 C 60 B

 

CBSE Class 12 Business Studies Answer Key 2021 for QP Code 066/1/4

Q. No. Answer Q. No. Answer Q. No. Answer Q. No. Answer
1 c 16 c 31 b 46 b
2 b 17 d 32 b 47 d
3 d 18 a 33 b 48 c
4 c 19 b 34 a 49 b
5 b 20 b 35 d 50 c
6 a 21 d 36 c 51 b
7 b 22 a 37 d 52 c
8 d 23 c 38 c 53 d
9 b 24 d 39 c 54 a
10 b 25 b 40 c 55 b
11 d 26 a 41 c 56 d
12 b 27 c 42 d 57 c
13 c 28 c 43 d 58 b
14 d 29 c 44 a 59 a
15 d 30 b 45 c 60 d

CBSE Class 12 Business Studies Answer key 2021

Q.1 At  times a business may concentrate  on  producing  goods  with  fewer resources but cannot achieve the targeted production.  In such a case, the business is said to be 

 

  1. Effective but not efficient
  2. Eifieient  but not effective
  3. Both effective and efficient
  4. Neither effective

 

Answer-(b) Eifieient  but not effective

 

Q.2 The  process that  nitrates  implementation  of  plans working  relationships  and effectively  deploying  resources for attainment of identified and desired results is called :

 

  1. Coordination
  2. Management
  3. Organising
  4. Delegation

 

Answer-(c) Organising

 

Q.3 Which   Marketing   management,  philosophy   lays  emphasis   on   bringing continuous improvement in the quality of the product ?

 

  1. Production concept
  2. Product concept 
  3. Markets concept 
  4. Sorieal marketing concept

 

Answer-(b) Product concept

 

Q.4 The objective of which    of    the    following    techniques    of    scientific

management is to determine the number of workers to be employed in an organization?

 

  1. Method study
  2. Motion study 
  3. Time study
  4. Differential piece wage system

 

Answer-(c) Time study

 

Q.5 Which of the following is an element of political environment? 

 

  1. Existing structure of the economy in  terms of relative role of private and public sectors
  2. Rise in the disposable  income  of people due to increase in  the  gross domestic product of a country.
  3. Legislations passed by the Government authorities.
  4. Attitude of   the elected Government representatives towards business. 

 

Answer-(d) Attitude of   the elected Government representatives towards business. 

 

Q.6 The functions of  marketing that involves physical movement of goods from one place to another is called?

  1. Promotion
  2. Transportation
  3. Storage and Warehousing
  4. Customer support services

 

Answer-(b) Transportation

 

Q.7 Identify the principle  of  management  given  by Fayol according  to which ‘The intent of this principle is  to produce  more and  better work  with the same effort’.

  1. Division of work
  2. Scalar chain
  3. Unity of direction
  4. Equity

 

Answer-(a) Division of work

 

Q.8 Which   product-related  decision   is  concerned with providing detailed information about the product on its package?

 

  1. Branding
  2. Both Branding and Packaging
  3. Labelling
  4. Packaging

 

Answer-(c) Labelling

 

Q.9 Which  step in the process  of ‘Planning’ function of management involves weighing pros and cons of each alternative?

 

  1. Developing Premises
  2. Identifying alternative courses of action
  3. Evaluating alternative courses
  4. Selecting an alternative

 

Answer-(c) Evaluating alternative courses

 

Q.10 The element of delegation which relates to the obligation of a subordinate to properly perform the assigned duty is known as: 

  1. Authority
  2. Responsibility 
  3. Accountability
  4. Centralisation

Answer-(b) Responsibility 

Q.11 The type of organizational structure in which jobs of similar nature are grouped together on the basis of functions to form departments is called : 

  1. Functional structure
  2. Divisional structure 
  3. Informal structure
  4. Grouped structure

Answer-(a) Functional structure

 

Q.12 Which of the following statements correctly explains the limitation of planning ‘Planning does not guarantee success’? 

  1. Planning is required at all levels of management and in all the departments of the organization.
  2. Planning involves thorough examination and evaluation of available alternatives.
  3. Relying on a previously tried and tested successful plan just because it had worked before and will work again. 
  4. By deciding in advance the tasks to be performed, planning shows the way to deal with changes and uncertain events.

Answer-(c) Relying on a previously tried and tested successful plan just because it had worked before and will work again. 

 

 Q.13 “Product Cost’ as a factor affecting price determination of a product includes: 

  1. Cost of producing, distributing and selling the product. 
  2. Utility provided by the product. 
  3. Nature and degree of competition. 
  4. Maximising profit in the short run.

Answer-(a) Cost of producing, distributing and selling the product. 

Q.14 The concept of Mental Revolution’, as prescribed by Taylor, in change in the mindset of: 

  1. Workers towards the management. 
  2. Management towards the workers. 
  3. Workers, and management towards one another from competition to cooperation. 

Answer-(Workers, and management towards one another from competition to cooperation)

Q.15 The element of marketing mix by which marketers make use of various tools of communication to encourage exchange of goods and services in the market is called : 

  1. Branding
  2. Promotion 
  3. Physical Distribution
  4. Price

Answer-(b)Promotion 

Q.16 ‘Planning is an intellectual activity of thinking rather than doing. Which feature of planning is highlighted in this statement ? 

  1. Planning focuses on achieving objectives.
  2. Planning is futuristic. 
  3. Planning involves decision making.
  4. Planning is a mental exercise.

Answer-(d)Planning is a mental exercise.

Q.17 Which of the following activities is not considered to be part of customer support services ?

  1. After sales services
  2. Handling customer complaints and adjustments.
  3. Procuring credit services. 
  4. Identifying the needs of the customers and taking various marketing decisions

Answer-(d)Identifying the needs of the customers and taking various marketing decisions

 

Q.18  ‘This principle will give rise to a spirit of mutual trust and belongingness among team members.’ Which principle of management stated by Fayol is highlighted by this statement ? 

  1. Initiative
  2. Esprit de Corps 
  3. Equity
  4. Remuneration of Employees.

Answer-(b) Esprit de Corps 

Q.19 Which level of management is responsible for coordinating the activities of different departments according to overall objectives of the organization?

  1. Top level
  2. Middle level
  3. Supervisory level
  4. Both middle and supervisory level

Answer-(a) Top level

 

Q.20 The purpose of ‘Departmentalisation’ in the process of ‘organising’ is:

  1. To adapt changes in the business environment
  2. To facilitate specialization
  3. To facilitate expansion and growth of the organization without interrupting the existing operations
  4. To help in increasing the managerial efficiency.

Answer-(b) To facilitate specialization

 

Q.21 Which of the following options explains the Standardisation and Grading function of marketing?

  1. It affects the success or failure of a product in the market
  2. It refers to designing and developing the package for the products
  3. It helps in achieving uniformity and consistency in the output and classifies products into different groups based on their size.
  4. It reduces the need for inspection of products.

Answer-(c) It helps in achieving uniformity and consistency in the output and classifies products into different groups based on their size.

Q.22 Business environment is said to be uncertain as:

  1. Different element or parts of business enviornment are closely interrelated.
  2. It differs from country to country
  3. It is difficult to predict future happenings especially when enviornment changes are taking place too frequently.
  4. It consists of numerous interrelated forces which arise from different sources

Answer-(c) It is difficult to predict future happenings especially when enviornment changes are taking place too frequently.

 

Q.23 Name the concept which explains the manner in which decision making responsibilities are divided among hierarchical levels:

  1. Organisational structure
  2. Span of management
  3. Delegation
  4. Decentralisation

Answer-(c)Delegation

Q.24 ‘Organisations should have a chian of authority and communication that runs from top to bottom and should be followed by managers and the subordinates. 

Which principle of management given by Fayol is highlighted in the above statement?

  1. Authority and Responsibility
  2. Discipline
  3. Scalar Chain
  4. Centralisation and Decentralisation

Answer-(c) Scalar Chain

 

SECTION –  B

 

Q.25 Flavours  of  South  is  a  famous chain of  south Indian restraurants. It believes in complete co-operation between the labour and management. It’s management encourages the employees for thier constructive suggestions. They take their employees into confidence for all important decisions. 

 

Which  principle  of  scientific  management has been followed by Flavous of south?

 

  1.  Science,  not Rule of Thumb
  2. Harmony,  not Diecord
  3. Co-operation,  not Individualism
  4. Development of each and every   person   to   his  or   her   greatest efficiency and prosperity. 

 

Answer-(c) Co-operation,  not Individualism

 

Q.26 Which of the following statements is correct with reference to ‘organising’ function of management?   

              

  1. Leads to systematic allocation of jobs and facilitates specialisation
  2. Reduces the risk of uncertainty
  3. Helps in obtaining competent personnel
  4. Judges accuracy of standards

 

Answer-(a) Leads to systematic allocation of jobs and facilitates specialisation

 

Q.27  Which of the  following functions of marketing can improve performance of the  product  and  also  give  it  a  competitive  advantage in the market by attracting  the target customers ?

 

  1. Marketing Planning
  2. Product designing and development
  3. Promotion
  4. Branding

 

Answer-(b) Product designing and development

 

Q.28 Ram Murty, a professor of management conducted a class on ‘Management principles’ and explained to his students the significance of management principles. In the next class the professor asked his students to play roles of different manager. He gave them various situations and asked them to think like managers and provide solutions to the problems given in these situations. Each student applied the principles of management to the given situation in his own personalized manner, depending upon his creativity.

 

  1. Management as a science
  2. Management as an Art
  3. Management both as an Art and as a Science
  4. Management as a Profession

 

Answer-(b) Management as an Art

 

Q.29 Pioneer Ltd. is dealing in fruit juices and hair oils. To ensure unity of action and coordination, it has made two separate divisions for each product. Each division has its own incharge, plans and execution resources. Thus, both the divisions are moving towards the same objectives through focused efforts. 

 

Identify the principle of management followed by Pioneer Ltd. in the above case.

  1. Esprit de corps 
  2. Equity
  3. Unity of Direction
  4. Authority and Responsibility

 

Answer-(c) Unity of Direction

 

Q.30 The tool of promotion which involves making use of short term incentives designed to encourage the buyers to make immediate purchase of a product or a service is called:

 

  1. Advertising
  2. Personal Selling
  3. Sales Promotion 
  4. Public Relations

 

Answer-(c) Sales Promotion 

 

Q.31 The management gives a common direction to the individual effort in achieving the overall goal of organization.

 

Which point of importance of management is highlighted in this statement?

 

  1. Helps in achieving perosnal objectives.
  2. Helps in achieving  group goals
  3. Helps to increase efficiency
  4. Helps to create a dynamic organization

 

Answer-(b) Helps in achieving  group goals

 

Q.32 ‘Uttam Ayurvedic Ltd’. is established Indian company manufacturing organic consumer goods like toothpastes and shampoos. It has planned to increase its market share from 30% to 40% in the current financial year. 

 

With the expanding market of organic products, other companies in the consumer goods industry have also launched these products with organic components. The competition in the market has increased and it was found that the sales of Uttam Ayurvedic Ltd. came down and its market share was reduced to 23%.

 

  1. Planning may not work in dyanamic environment
  2. Planning is time consuming
  3. Planning involves huge costs.
  4. Planning reduces overlappinga and wasteful activities

 

Answer-(a) Planning may not work in dyanamic environment

 

  1. 33 Several  initiatives  have been  undertaken the Government of India to encourage domestic manufacturing and export of defence equipments. Make in India in  Defence,   was one such scheme launched   by  the Government  to  encourage companies across the  world  to manufacture defence products in India.

To  which  dimension of business enviornment does the above case relates

to ?

 

  1. Economic Enviornment
  2. Legal Environment
  3. Political Enviornment
  4. Social Environment

 

Answer-(c) Political Enviornment

 

Q.34 Which of the statements is true?                                     

     

  1. Accountability can be entirely delegated
  2. Accountability flows downward
  3. Accountability refers to anwerability for final outcome of assigned task
  4. Accountablity means the right of an individual to command his subordinates. 

 

Answer-(c) Accountability refers to anwerability for final outcome of assigned task

 

Q.35  Which   of   the   following  features of a profession is fully satisfied by management? 

  1. Service motive
  2. Well defined body
  3.  Restricted entry
  4. Ethical code of conduct

 

Answer-(b)Well defined body

 

Q.36 Agile Pvt Ltd. manufactures athletic footwear. Owing to its popularity among sports teams across the country, it recently decided to enter into manufacturing of sports clothing and accessories.

 

The type of organizational structure which is suitable for the company is:

  1. Functional structure
  2. Divisional structure
  3. Horizontal structure
  4. Informal structure

 

Answer-(b) Divisional structure

 

Q.37 The Fayol’s principle of ——- emphasises in kindliness and justice in the behaviour of managers towards workers.

 

  1. Equity
  2. Discipline
  3. Espirt de corps 
  4. Scalar chain

 

Answer-(a)Equity

 

Q.38  Harshita Verma has set up a factory to manufacture herbal hand sanitizers in Meerut. The size and shape of the bottles in which the products are packed are specially designed to that it should be convenient to handle and use by the consumers.

 

The bottles in which the sanitizers are packed is part of:

 

  1. Primary packaging
  2. Secondary Packaging
  3. Tertiary packaging
  4. Both Secondary and Tertiary packaging

 

Answer-(a) Primary packaging

 

Q.39 Mangement principles help in thoughtful decision making. They emphasis logic rather than blind faith. This statement describes the following point of significance of Principles of Management:

 

  1. Fulfulling social responsibility
  2. Scientific decisions
  3. Meeting changing enviornment requirements
  4. Optimum utilization of resources and effective addministration.

 

Answer -(b)Scientific decisions

 

Q.40 ‘SORT-IT Ltd’. is a leading software development company. The company is satisfying the diverse needs of its employees. Its employees are given compettive salaries and perks. They have been given chance for their perosnal growth and developement. For harmoney in organization management has to reconcile perosnal goals with organizational objective.SORT-IT Ltd

 

Identify the objective of management being met by “SORT-IT Ltd”

 

  1. Social 
  2. Personnel
  3. Organisational
  4. Both Social and Perosnnel

 

Answer-(b) Personnel

 

Q.41 The step in the process of ‘Planning’ which is concerned with putting the plan into action i.e. doing what is required is called?

 

  1. Impementing the plan
  2. Follow up action
  3. Developing premises 
  4. Selecting an alternative

 

Answer-(a)Impementing the plan

 

Q.42 “The application of principles of management is dependednt upon the prevailing situation at a a particular point of time.’

 

The above statement highlights that principles of management are:

 

  1. Flexible
  2. Contigent
  3. Behavioural
  4. Universal

 

Answer-(b) Contigent

 

Q.43 For the following two statements, choose the correct option :

Statement I : If  the demand of a product is inelastic, the firm is in a position to fix higher price.

statement II :    In case the degree of competition is high, the firm is in position to set high prices. 

Choose the correct option from options given below :

 

  1. Statement I is correct and Statement II is wrong
  2. Statement II is correct and Statement I is wrong
  3. Both the statements are correct.
  4. Both the statements are wrong

 

Answer-(a) Statement I is correct and Statement II is wrong

 

Q.44 It acts as the binding force between departments and ensures that all action are aimed at achieving the goal of the organization. The statement highlights the following characteristics of co-ordination:

 

  1. Co-ordination is an all pervasive function
  2. Co-ordination is a continuous process
  3. Co-ordination is the responsibility of all managers
  4. Co-ordination ensures unity of action

 

Answer-(d)Co-ordination ensures unity of action

 

Q.45 While performing the organizing function, jobs are allocated to the members of each department is accordance with their skills competencies. 

 

Identify the step in the organizing function being discussed above.

 

  1. Identification and division of work
  2. Departmentalisation
  3. Assignment of duties
  4. Establishment of reporting relationships

 

Answer-(c) Assignment of duties

 

Q.46 The function of marketing which involves taking decision regarding channels of distribution or marketing intermediaries is called:

 

  1. Physical Distribution
  2. Promotion
  3. Warehousing
  4. Marketing Planning

 

Answer-(a)Physical Distribution

 

Q.47 The —– techniques proposed by Taylor aims ar eliminating unnecessary diversity of products.

 

  1. Motion study
  2. Standardisation and simplification of work
  3. Differential piece wage system
  4. Functional Foremanship

 

Answer-(b)Standardisation and simplification of work

 

Q.48 Assertion(A): Delegation is a pre-requisite to the efficient functioning of an organization

 

Reasoning(R): It enables a manager to use his time on high priority activities

 

Choose the correct option:

 

  1. Both(A) and (R) are incorrect
  2. (A) is correct, but (R) is incorrect
  3. Both(A) and (R) are correct and (R) is the correct explanation of (A)
  4. Both(A) and (R) are correct and (R) is the not the correct explanation of (A)

 

Answer-(c) Both(A) and (R) are correct and (R) is the correct explanation of (A)

 

Section-C

 

JS printing solutions Ltd, is a company manufacturing printers and scanners. The management of this company is known for speedy and prompt delivery of orders. As a result, the market share of this company is growing. The company grabbed a new project to supply 1,500 printers to Uprise Bank Ltd. for its various branches, whitin two weeks. The production manager, ashok, made one of his efficient subordinates, deepak the incharge of the project and also gave him the right to command workers in order to meet the target. Now ashok could use his time on high priority areas. He felt that this will also give an opportunity to deepak to gain experience and develop himself for higher positions. On getting the charge, Deepak was very happy, his confidence level increased and he was encouraged to do his best to fulfill the responsibility. Considering his responsibility, ashok kept a track of the completion of work with the deepak and he is providing him the neded guidance to read the target on time.

 

Q.49 Identify the concept of management used by ashok to ensure accomplishment of the new project.

 

  1. Functional structure
  2. Divisional structure
  3. Delegation
  4. Decentralisation

 

Answer-(c)Delegation

 

Q.50 The application of the concept used above allows ashok to use his time on high prority areas. This will lead to the organization towards:

 

  1. Adaptation to change
  2. Effective management
  3. Economies of scale
  4. Reduction in conflicts among different divisions

 

Answer-(b) Effective management

 

Q.51 On getting the charge, deepak was very happy his confidence level increases and he was encouraged to do his best to fulfil the responsibility given to him.

 

The concept discussed above helps in:

  1. Departmentalisation
  2. Reduction in conflicts among different divisions
  3. Moticating the employees
  4. Promoting control and co-ordination within a department

 

Answer-(c) Moticating the employees

 

Q.52 The concept discusses above provides benefits to:

 

  1. Superior only
  2. Subordinate only
  3. Both Superior and subordinate
  4. Neither superior and subordinate

 

Answer-(c)Both Superior and subordinate

 

Q.53 The concept discussed above helps in facilitation of growth of an organistion as:

 

  1. The suborndinate gets freedom from routine work
  2. Duplication of effort is avoided
  3. The subordinate gains experience and his is in a position to take up leading positions in new ventures.
  4. It makes training of employees easier.

 

Answer-(c)The subordinate gains experience and his is in a position to take up leading positions in new ventures.

 

Q.54 Which of the following statements is not ture about the concept discussesd above?

 

  1. It is a process followed to share tasks
  2. It is necessary in all organisations
  3. It helps to lessen the burden of a manaher
  4. It is a philosophy that implies selective disposal of authority

 

Answer-(b)It is necessary in all organisations

 

Q.55 The delight Ice Creams Ltd. decision making authority is concentrated at the top level and no authority has been delegated among the subordinates. On the other hand in “Tasty Ice Creams Ltd”, a big organization as compared to Delight Ice cream Ltd, decision making authority is always delegated among more than one person.

 

Identify the principle of management discussed above.

 

  1. Stability of personnel
  2. Centralisation and Decntralisation
  3. Authority and Responsibility
  4. Scalar Chain

 

Answer-(b) Centralisation and Decntralisation

 

Q.56 Priya seth, a fashion designer has launched a new range of dresses by the name, sukriti. To give her dresses a distinct image and to distinguish them from the competitor’s products, she has designed a unique symbol with a distinct colour scheme. This symbol is available on all the labels, packaging and advertising campaigns of this new range of dresses. She has also registered this symbol to give it a slegal protection against its use by other firm.

From the following name the term used to denote the symbol designed by priya seth in the above case:

 

  1. Brand Mark
  2. Trade mark
  3. Brand name
  4. Brand icon

 

Answer-(b)Trade mark

 

Q.57 Safe Life Technologies private limited is a renowned pharmaceutical company in India. It has launched a new medicine to treat high blood pressure. To create awareness about the new medicine and to build a positive image about it, the company organized a seminar, which was attended by doctors from various hospitals and dealers in medicines. During the seminar, the representatives of company discusses about the chemical composition and the functioning of the medicine. 

 

Identify the tool of promotion used by Safe Life Technologies Private Ltd. in the above case.

 

  1. Advertising
  2. Sales Promotion
  3. Personal Selling
  4. Public Relations

 

Answer-(d) Public Relations

 

Q.58 Ritu Kapoor has set up a bakery, “ Bakes and Cakes” in Pune. SHe receives online orders for cakes from the within the city and supplies them on the same day. She set a target that she would earn a revenue of Rs. 5,00,000 in the first year. She informed her employees abou the target and asked them to contribute ideas to achieve the same:

 

Ritu kapoor has performed the first step in the process of one of the functions of management. The next step to be performed is:

 

  1. Identifying alternatives courses of action
  2. Setting objective
  3. Developing premises
  4. Follow up action

 

Answer-(c)Developing premises

 

Q.59 Somesh works as a foreman in ‘Lakshmi Automatives Ltd’, a company manufacturing cars. He is subordinate to Ramesh, who is the Production Incharge in the factory. Somesh is incharge of timely and accurate completion of job by workers working in the production department. There are three other foreman work under Naresh, the planning Incharge in the factory. Each of the eight foremen is a specialist in his area and gives orders to the workers relating to it. 

 

The technique of scientific management highlighted in the above case is:

 

  1. Method study
  2. Differential piece wage system
  3. Functional Foremanship
  4. Standardisation and simplification of work

 

Answer-(c) Functional Foremanship

Q.60 Vidhya Public school is a renowned school in Nagpur. The management recently appointed a new business studies teacher, shweta to teach class 11th and 12th and gave her a monthly salary of Rs. 50,000. Shweta is not satisfied with it and said “The salary is not just and equitable as per the amount of work required to be done by a Businesss Studies teacher. Other schools in the city are paying Rs. 70,000 to their teachers teaching classes 11th and 12th.

 

Name the principle of the management that has been violated by Vidhya Public School in the above case.

 

  1. Disciple
  2. Remuneration of Employees
  3. Equity 
  4. Esprit de corps

 

Answer-(c)Equity 

 

FAQs on CBSE Business Studies Class 12th Answer Key for Term-1

Q. Where can I get Business Studies Class 12 Answer Key 2021-22?

You can get Business Studies Class 12 Answer Key 2021-22 for Term 1 on this page, check the answer key, and match your responses with the answers given on the answer key. 

 

Q.When will CBSE conduct the Class 12th Business Studies paper for Term 1?

CBSE  is going to conduct the Class 12th Business Studies Paper for Term 1 on 8th December 2021.

 

Q. Class 12th Business studies Term 1 examination holds how many marks?

Class 12th Business studies Term 1 examination holds 40 marks.

 

Q. Does CBSE provide an official Answer Key for the Class 12th Business studies Term 1 examination?

No, CBSE did not inform yet, whenever CBSE upload the official answer key for Class 12th Business Studies Term 1. We will update it here. 

 

Q. Is CBSE changed the method to fill responses in OMR Sheet?

Yes, CBSE has changed the method to fill responses in the OMR sheet. Earlier, students were instructed to fill their responses in small letters, now students are asked to fill their responses in capital letters for the convenience of evaluators. 

 

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