Course: Cost and Management Accounting

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Course: Cost and Management Accounting

 

 

Internal Assignment Applicable for December 2016 Examination

 

Assignment Marks: 30

 

Instructions:

 

  • All Questions carry equal marks.
  • All Questions are compulsory
  • All answers to be explained in not more than 1000 words for question 1 and 2 and for question 3 in not more than 500 words for each subsection. Use relevant examples, illustrations as far as possible.
  • All answers to be written individually. Discussion and group work is not advisable.
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Question. 1. The board of directors of your company asked you to prepare certain projections, reports and present certain information so that they can take decision regarding whether to continue a particular venture or not. Discuss the tools you will be using to extract and present the necessary accounting information to the management. (10 Marks)

 

Answer: Accounting requires time and effort investment. This is not just a task of managing things or matters, when the accounting or decision making is about business then this should be done with great care and attention. There are several tools that can be used to maximize the efficiency level of the accountancy work but in this case, the board of directors asked you to prepare certain projections, reports and present certain information so that they can take decision regarding whether to continue a particular venture or not so

 

 

 

 

 

Question. 2. M Ltd introduces 5000 units in a process at a cost of Rs 20000. The wages and overhead incurred are Rs 12000 and Rs 15000 respectively. In normal course 10 % of the units introduced are defective. Actual output of goods is 4400 units. The rectification cost of defective units is Rs 5 per unit.

 

Calculate

The cost per unit

Value of abnormal loss

Process Account

 

(10 Marks)

 

Answer:

 

Cost per unit      = (Cost – Abnormal loss) / Output units

= (20000+12000+15000-5*100) / 4400

= 46500 / 4400

= 10.57 Rs

Value of abnormal loss = 100 units * 5 Rs per

 

 

 

Question. 3. a) It is very necessary for an organization to analyses the cost drivers in order to control cost and to maximize overall value. You are the cost accountant in Cipla Ltd, suggest the major components for analysis, so that the company can lower its costs and also create strategic competitive advantages. (5 Marks)

 

Answer: If any organize want to control the cost and maximize overall value of the company then the analysis of cost drivers. Being on the position of cost accountant in Cipla Ltd, you would need to understand and implement major components for analysis so that Cipla Ltd can be successful in achieving cost reduction goals and this will also be able to create strategic competitive advantages.

 

Approaches to control costs in Cipla Ltd:

 

1) Annual Renegotiation of all contracts: American

 

 

 

 

  1. b) As this is the season of festivals employees of Mumbai Rayon fashion ltd are getting the overtime premium because they are working beyond the working hours in order to meet the market demand. You are the cost accountant of the company, the management wants to discuss with you the effects of overtime on productivity and how the same will be treated in cost accounting. Discuss at least five points. (5 Marks)

 

Answer: Festive season always brings so many holidays which is news of excitement for employees but in this case, Mumbai Rayon fashion ltd needs some employees to work extra so that company’s goals can be achieved. Company has some goals that can be fulfilled only by employee overtime. Employee will be paid overtime premium but there will be some effects of the overtime procedure because all the company follows some norms for employee’s work timeline.

 

You are at the position of cost accountant

 

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Course: Corporate Finance

 

 

 

Internal Assignment Applicable for December 2016 Examination

 

Assignment Marks: 30

 

Instructions:

 

  • All Questions carry equal marks.
  • All Questions are compulsory
  • All answers to be explained in not more than 1000 words for question 1 and 2 and for question 3 in not more than 500 words for each subsection. Use relevant examples, illustrations as far as possible.
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Question. 1. “Leverage being defined as the relationship between two financial variables”. Why the study of leverages is an important concept in finance? (10 marks)

 

Answer: Leverage being defined as the relationship between two financial variables, it plays most important role in finance. There are so many reasons why we can say that the leverage study is one of the most important concepts of finances and you need to be very careful about it while you do any financial task in your company. Making financial decision requires certain amount of skills and liability but when you take the assistance of leverage then it becomes much more efficient and easy to handle.

 

 

 

Question. 2. You being the finance manager of AB Ltd. The management is interested in CVP analysis which helps in forecasting profits, in analyzing the changes in profit happens because of changes in sales volume and cost. Discuss such CVP techniques you will use to satisfy the management. (10 marks)

 

Answer: Finance always requires analysis and reporting. Also, this is the procedure that necessarily requires professionalism and accuracy. When you are at the position of finance manager, you will need to follow certain responsibilities and you will need to fulfil the expectations of your company by your work. AB Ltd needs you to run a CVP analysis because this analysis procedure will offer you clear and most accurate forecast information on profits of the company. There are certain changes that take place as the result of CVP analysis but these changes will be on the figures of sales volume and cost of your company.

 

 

 

Question. 3. a) Given the following as cash flow from a project, calculate the NPV. The required rate of return is 9 %

 

year Cash flow
0 -150000
1 25000
2 35000
3 45000
4 45000
5 55000

 

Whether the company should accept the project or not ? (5 Marks)

 

Answer: Net Present

 

 

 

  1. b) Given the following financial statement data, calculate the net operating cycle.

 

Credit sales 250000
Cost of goods sold 200000
Accounts receivable 25000
Inventory closing balance 23000
Inventory opening balance 20000
Accounts payable 17000

 

Answer:

Days Sales Outstanding (DSO): 35.0

Days Payable Outstanding (DPO): 33.8

 

 

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Course: Commercial Banking System and Role of RBI

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Assignment Marks: 30

 

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Question. 1. The Reserve Bank of India announced a rate cut of 25 basis points (0.25%) bringing interest rates down to 6.5% from 6.75% earlier. This is the first rate cut in six months.

Policy repo rate = 6.5%                                                                                                    

Reverse repo rate = 6%

Bank rate = 7%

Please discuss the effect of these changes on banks ‘lending policy, interest rate etc. tokick-start economy. (Marks 10)

 

Answer: The Reserve Bank of India has the authority to take the necessary financial decision in the matter of taxes and financial changes in Indian market. According to the newly introduced RBI’s Monetary Policy, there has been a significant rate cut. The rate cut of 25 basis points (0.25%) brought the interest rates down to 6.5% from 6.75% earlier. Most importantly, this is considered to be first rate cut in six months.

 

Policy repo rate = 6.5%

Reverse repo rate = 6%

 

 

 

Question.2. Jaya Sales Corporation had a current account with Innova bank. The account was operated by the MD. The cheque book was in the custody of accountant. The accountant forged the signature of the MD in 40 cheques totalingRs 5 50 000 over a period of time. This was detected by another employee. The company immediately on detection of fraud demanded the amount from the bank. The bank refused payment saying they have to recover from their own employee, the accountant. The Company went to the court. Do you think the banker will win the case? Put forth your points. (Marks 10)

 

Answer:In this case, Jaya Sales Corporation opened Innova bank current account for business transactions. The account was completely managed and operated by the MD of Jaya Sales Corporation. MD handled the account but the cheque book was in the custody of accountant. So, to get unauthorized access to the company fund, the accountant of Jaya Sales Corporationforged the signature of company’s MD in total 40

 

 

 

Question.3. a) Discuss the importance and difficulties with regard to masala bonds? (Marks 5)

 

Answer:Bonds are always best investment sources. Masala bonds are highly popular bondswhich are directly linked to the rupee bonds. These bonds are issued mainly to the offshore investors but the settlement of these bonds happens in the terms of dollars. The main advantage that you can get from this bond is that the currency risk will not be tolerated by issuer. In fact, the issuer of masala bonds will worth a maximum amount of $750 million amount in one year and it is also the fact that the masala bonds should also have a maturity of

 

 

 

  1. b) Radhika pledged her jewels worth Rs 1 lakh and got a loan of Rs 30000/. Radhika failed to repay the jewel loan. In the meantime, the bank shifted its premises and in that process it lost the jewels packet pledged by Radhika. The bank went to court to recover the dues. Please discuss what could be the decree. (Marks 5)

 

Answer: In this case, Radhika pledged her jewels worth Rs 1 lakh and got a loan of Rs 30000/. Due to some conditions, she failed to repay the jewel loan. In the meantime, the bank shifted its premises and in that process it lost the jewels packet pledged by Radhika. The bank went to court to recover the dues. This is a very complex situation where radhikaneeds to make a decision to handle the matter.

 

 

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Course: Organisational Theory Structure & Design

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Assignment Marks: 30

 

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Question. 1. Madhav and Mira work in a Private Bank. Both were selected through campus recruitment. They are of same age and have joined together therefore both of them handle the same clients. Madhav does not agree on the products which Mira pitches to the clients and vice versa. This has created rifts and conflicts between them, at times even in front of the clients. Ramesh is their reporting authority and is thinking of ways to intervene and resolve their conflict. Discuss the various approaches that can be used for resolving conflict between Madhav and Mira. (10 Marks)

 

Answer: There is a conflict between two employees of Private Bank. Madhav and Mira have their opinion about the pitch that they need to offer to their client and they seem to have different opinion that became the reason of conflict. Ramesh is their reporting authority and therefore he is thinking about some way that can help Madhav and Mira to resolve their conflict so that the client won’t feel disturbed in between their conflicts.

 

Face To Face Conversion Procedure: Ramesh can call them both face to face and ask their reviews. He can find out the details about the opinions that they both have about the pitch and then he can add his own opinion about the choices to make things little more clear and easy for both of them. In this procedure, Ramesh will have

 

 

 

 

Question. 2. Patanjali is the new found love of people who believe more in ayurvedic and organic products. Based on the data available in the open sources do an internal environmental and organisational analysis. (You can take the data from the open sources but the analysis is to be done in your own words) (10 Marks)

 

Answer: Patanjali Yogpeeth is one of the most popular Ayurvedic and organic products developing company in India. In fact, this company is becoming wider and wider every day. The market is not so open for Ayurved but Patanjali Yogpeeth have made it possible to grab such a massive growth in the shortest period of time. Now, they are thinking about analysing internal environmental and organisational aspects so that they can find out what else can be done in order to achieve more success in this field.

 

Patanjali Ayurved Ltd or (PAL) has been working from a very long period of time and it has highly improved. In order to do an internal

 

 

Question. 3. Case Study : Foodie Hub

 

Foodie Hub is the famous food chain which has its outlet in all the metro cities. It has been running successfully since many years. The employee strength is around 700 in total across all the outlets. There management is a lot like that of a bureaucratic organisation where lots of hierarchical levels are followed. Even for a small requisition you have to be dependent on your superiors. There is no delegation of authority and the employees are not even empowered to take any decision at their own level. Employees have started leaving the organisation and the absenteeism is also very high. The management hires Atul as a consultant to help them solve this concern

 

Case Questions

 

  1. a) What would be the ideal organizational design for a company like Foodie Hub (5 Marks)

 

Answer: The Foodie Hub is a very well recognized food chain outlet that is thinking about its expansion in metro cities. There is no doubt that company has strong structure and base but still the employees started to leave the company due to some unknown problems. This issue became critical since this will eventually affect customers and this will become the reason of huge loss for company.

 

Therefore, company hired

 

 

 

 

  1. b) What steps should Atul take to restructure the organisation? (5 Marks)

 

Answer: If Atul wants to restructure the organization so that the problems that the company is facing right now can be resolved for long term then he will need to follow certain necessary steps which will help him to determine that everything is perfect and accurate as per corporate business requirement.

 

Steps in the procedure of organizational restructuring

 

  • Step 1. Document your

 

 

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Course: Operations Management

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Question. 1. Discuss in detail the importance of Product/Technological life cycles in Operations Management. How do organizations face the challenges of quick technological changes in product specifications as well as from customers’ requirements? Explain the same with reference to the Mobile industry, focusing in quick changes in product specifications as well as the changes in the technology used. (10 marks)

 

Answer: The Product/Technological life cycles are highly important in Operations Management. Organizations face the challenges of quick technological changes in product specifications as well as from customers’ requirements with the help of below mentioned TLC phases.

 

  • The research and development (R&D) phase when revenue from inputs are negative
  • The ascent phase when corporate out-of-pocket investments have been recovered
  • The maturity phase when all the gain recovered is stable and high
  • The decline phase of reducing the utility and fortunes of the technology

 

In mobile industry, there have been a lot of quick changes in the product specifications and technology. This part usually

 

 

 

 

Question. 2. Explain in detail the various types of plant layout concepts that are available in operations management. Give examples on where each of these types can be employed respectively. Briefly explain a layout for a Retail store format, highlighting the good points and bottlenecks, if any. (10 marks)

 

Answer: The plant layout concept has been quite popular in operation management. The plant layout concept integration in the organization makes it possible for organization to understand things better and function in much better way.

 

Types of Plant Layout Concept

 

  1. Product or Line Layout: Only for the manufacturing of one type of products in operating area which will be standardized and produced in large quantities. Raw material is supplied and works gets accelerated with

 

 

 

Question. 3. Education is one of the top sectors of our country. It is also started to being identified as one of the business functions with many corporates starting their own educational institutes. However imparting quality education is a challenge for organizations from non-educational expertise. To understand and suggest roadmaps for the same, answer the following concepts

 

 

  1. a) What are the 8 building blocks of Total Quality Management? Discuss how these 8 building blocks can be incorporated in a typical College setup for the objective of providing quality education. (5 marks)

 

Answer: Total Quality Management (TQM) is considered to be developed in 1950 but it took 20 years since it gained popularity. So, we can say that the rise of Total Quality Management (TQM) is considered to be early 1980s. TQM is organization, attitude and cultural description of a company that offers customers services and products according to their requirements and needs. Quality is the basic requirement of culture and the quality need to be maintained in all aspects of the operation because if all the operations of the process are done efficiently then there are high chances that the defects will be less and waste eradicated from operations will be managed properly.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. b) Briefly explain the 5-s methodology of quality and discuss how the same can be applied to an educational institute. (5 marks)

 

Answer: The 5-s methodology of quality includes five phases which can be efficiently implemented in the educational institution as per requirement.

 

Five 5S phases are “sort”, “set in order”, “shine”, “standardize”, and “sustain”.

 

Sort

 

  • Make education easier by reducing obstacles.
  • Reduce disturbance chances with unnecessary items

 

 

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Course: International Business

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Question. 1. ”Under Globalization and WTO the main beneficiary has been the Developed Country and not Developing Countries such as India”. Critically analyze the given statement and give your views. (10 marks)

 

Answer: It is fact that under globalisation and WTO, the main aspect that can be called beneficiary has been the Developed Country rather than Developing Country in India. This is actually the major fact of the Indian Economy because there have been such extra ordinary differences between Wealth/GDP shares in these countries.  The index Wealth/GDP shares necessarily need to depend on the aspect that how exactly you have measured the wealth present in the country. It is quite possible that we get accurate GDP insights of all countries but the statics of WTO are usually low in reliability and quality.

 

There may be numerous aspects which clear up these results. In my viewpoint, time variable is most important. As you concentrate on, “most of the real beneficiaries have built up their nation and social capital over many years.” It will be too short to assess the advantages and errors of the WTO system.

 

Major countries that have been recorded in “deficit” countries, for example, Mexico, South Africa, Turkey, Indonesia, India and China are some of the countries which are, as of now, speeding their methodology of industrialization and extending their GDP rapidly. They may enhance Wealth/GDP extent following 20 years of time.

 

 

 

 

 

Question. 2. ”Various Export Promotion Agencies has been established by Government of India? However they have been unsuccessful in helping India in International Business” Do you agree/disagree with the given statement. Support your opinion with 2 or 3 examples. (10 Marks)

 

Answer: Government of India has done the establishment of Various Export Promotion Agencies. But, it is also the fact that these kinds of agencies haven’t actually been successful in the aspect of helping international business in India. The project is considered unsuccessful but not entirely. The success possibility of this project lies in its major aspects.

 

The key objective of an Export Promotion Council is very straightforward – to advance the fares from the country. Each Council is responsible for the progression of particular venture, products, and service’s grouping. One of the standard parts of an EPC is to project India’s image overseas as a strong supplier of first class products and enterprises. EPCs are requested to screen and empower the acknowledgment of general determinations and measures by exporters, and to keep them one next to the other of the patterns, trends and opportunities in worldwide markets for goods and services.

 

The present approach as to telecom equipment energizes imports, and in that, really essential inspirations for fares are missing to larger amount. In the telecom part for example, real service providers import most of their versatile system networking equipment with highly confined procurement from local suppliers and manufacturers. If the present pattern of the system continues, then, by 2020, India’s outpouring of outside exchange the ICT bit will be higher than that of petroleum zone, however government’s vision has been to adjust the exports with imports in the electronic segment.

 

While EPCs are looking for ways to do the expansion of their membership numbers, becoming an efficient exporter member is possibly not as simple as it appears to be. AEPC, for example, needs that the total exports of the firm, which is applying for membership, should be more than Rs.1 crore in one of the previous three financial years.

 

 

 

 

Question. 3. “In International Business, it is not possible to define one single Market Entry Strategy for all developing countries because of the following reasons”:

 

 

(a) Cultural Differences (5 marks)

 

Answer: International business is dealt with great care and efficiently. There is a requirement of establishing and then following proper regulation for everything that is a part of the work procedure. There are certain rules that companies must follow in order to get proper efficiency in work. And that is where marketing strategy comes in.

 

If we see it from the business point of view then we will find that either progressing export activity treatment or development of new export product was fundamentally more troublesome than it should be. From the average stats of 38 products, three issues of cultural differences seem to be most problematic for Market Entry Strategy development.

 

  • Poor knowledge of developing markets. Lack of potentially productive market data.
  • Issues in Foreign market entry. Distribution and development of overseas product.
  • Complexity in Export transaction, including “red tape” and entire documentation.

 

Dimension of Cultural Differences:

 

  • PDI rating – Grounded reaction of power in a given cultural.
  • UAI – How much risk-taking is ordinary (a higher rating means a lower risk propensity).
  • IDV (independence) rating – How much people are being engaged as opposed to the extensive group.
  • LTO – The propensity to anticipate longer-term motivation items as opposed to pursuing short-term objectives
  • MAS – The scale between aggressiveness (high rating), competitiveness, realism and materialism compared to focusing on quality of life and relationships.
  • IVR – The frugal (or spendthrift) propensities for the normal individual in a culture (purchasing beyond necessity)

 

 

(b) Economic Differences. (5 Marks)

 

Answer: There are many economic differences that can be that can be the reason of incapability of defining one single Market Entry Strategy efficiently.

 

Government/Politics/Legal Systems: Every country has separate government which means that they have separate rules. Their policies are separate and they deal with separate legal systems as well.

 

International Law: The understanding of international law is always the basic requirement of business. You need to understand the international regulations and laws for everything that might come across in the business.

 

Technology: Technology can make it possible for you to get advantage of best profits and stability in your business. The business sectors can be shifted substantially with the level of technology therefore the product needs to be best in the market.

 

Logistics: Same as technology, business system in most of the remote markets will focus on improvement levels of the product so this will clearly effect positively and negatively on the capacity of marketing your product.

 

 

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Assignment Marks: 30

 

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Q1. From the following balances extracted from the book of Alfa traders as on 31st March 2016, prepare the final accounts of the concern. (10 Marks)

 

 

Particulars
 

Debit(Rs)
 

Credit(Rs)
 

Capital Account
   

500000
 

Plant & Machinery  
410000  
 

Opening Stock
25000  
 

Sundry Debtors
34200  
 

Cash in hand
5000  
 

Cash at Bank
48000  
Purchases

 

42000  
Sales

 

  80000
Sundry Creditors

 

  20500
Drawings

 

5200  
Rent

 

6000  
Factory Lighting & Heating

 

5000  
Advertising

 

10500  
Bad Debts

 

15000  
Discount Received

 

  5400
TOTAL (Rs)

 

605900

 

605900

 

 

 

The following adjustments are to be made:

  1. Closing Stock Rs.50600
  2. Rent due but not paid upto 31st March 2016 Rs.500
  3. Advertisement paid in advance Rs. 2000
  4. Depreciate plant & machinery by 10%, furniture by 5% .
  5. Write off further bad debts Rs.500

 

Answer –

 

Trading & Profit & Loss A/c

 

 

 

 

 

 

Q2. Mr. James &Mr.Jiggar are the directors of Balajii Auto Pvt Limited. They want to make certain strategic decisions and to implement certain controls within the company. Meeting of all BOD’s is called. Mr. Ajay being the accounts executive of the company keeps the audited financial statements ready following all the essentials of financial accounting. Mr. Ajay was about to present the audited financial statement in the management’s meeting but his senior colleague suggests him that in such a meeting he should present projected statements as well as all other such reports which the management needs, as management accounting is differ from financial accounting. Discuss who is correct Mr. Ajay or his senior colleague and why? Explain the same in detail.  (10 Marks)

 

Answer – Directors of Balajii Auto Pvt Limited, Mr. James and Mr. Jiggar decided to make a corporate strategic decision so that they would be able to do necessary implementations of controls in their organization. In the board of director’s meeting, Mr. Ajay is going to present his audited financial statement to the management team to give them insights of financial stats but his colleague prevents him from doing so. His colleague gave the reason that he could not present the report since management accounting is far much different from financial accounting.

In this case, Mr. Ajay needs to stay on

 

  1. a) Aditya Ltd is a FMCG company. The company is about to start a new line of production and is supposed to close its one of its production unit. The following information about Aditya ltd is provided. Installed a new plant worth 500lacs, however paid only 450 lacs for the same. The company spent 50 lacs for the construction of new shed, one of the machinery acquired in the 2005, at a cost of 85 lacs having written down value if 25 lacs as on date is sold at a profit of 10 Lacs .The company also paid interest on debentures, being the source of capital Rs10 lacs. It also acquired 5 % shares of Birla ltd at a value of 50 Lacs and received Rs 25 lacs on account of maturity of one of the saving bonds. Calculate the net cash flow from investing activities.

 

Answer –

 

Cash flow from

 

Calculate the following

  1. Current ratio
  2. Liquid ratio
  3. Solvency ratio                              (5 Marks)

 

Answer –

  1. Current Ratio =>

Current Assets  =>

 

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Course: Corporate Finance

 

 

 

Internal Assignment Applicable for December 2015 Examination

 

Assignment Marks: 30

 

Instructions:

 

  • All Questions carry equal marks.
  • All Questions are compulsory
  • All answers to be explained in not more than 1000 words for question 1 and 2 and for question 3 in not more than 500 words for each subsection. Use relevant examples, illustrations as far as possible.
  • All answers to be written individually. Discussion and group work is not advisable.
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Question. 1. “Leverage being defined as the relationship between two financial variables”. Why the study of leverages is an important concept in finance? (10 marks)

 

Answer: Leverage is defined as the relationship between two financial variables. Leverage means the use of fixed cost in most efficient manner which will allow you to increase the overall level of profitability in your firm. In simple words, leverage has the capability of levelling of tax earning of company which makes it perfect evaluator of company’s risk value and return.

 

The leverage is important due to several reasons which include:

 

Operating risk measurement: When operating leverage is at its peak and when it is rising then this can be one of the most efficient way but when the sales is falling down then this could be really very risky.

 

 

 

 

Question. 2. You being the finance manager of AB Ltd. The management is interested in CVP analysis which helps in forecasting profits, in analyzing the changes in profit happens because of changes in sales volume and cost. Discuss such CVP techniques you will use to satisfy the management. (10 marks)

 

Answer: The finance manager of any firm is a task of responsibility and AB Ltd requires proper CVP analysis for their business to get profit forecasts of the cost and sales value changes. This is a task that requires efficiency. It is always necessary to understand the CPV techniques before proceeding any further so that the CVP analysis accuracy

 

 

 

 

Question. 3. a) Given the following as cash flow from a project, calculate the NPV. The required rate of return is 9 %

 

year Cash flow
0 -150000
1 25000
2 35000
3 45000
4 45000
5 55000

 

Whether the company should accept the project or not ? (5 Marks)

 

Answer

 

 

 

 

  1. b) Given the following financial statement data, calculate the net operating cycle.

 

Credit sales 250000
Cost of goods sold 200000
Accounts receivable 25000
Inventory closing balance 23000
Inventory opening balance 20000
Accounts payable 17000

 

Answer:

Days Sales Outstanding (DSO): 35.0

Days Payable Outstanding (DPO): 33.8

Cash

 

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Course: Consumer Behaviour

 

 

 

Internal Assignment Applicable for December 2016 Examination

 

Assignment Marks: 30

 

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  • All Questions carry equal marks.
  • All Questions are compulsory
  • All answers to be explained in not more than 1000 words for question 1 and 2 and for question 3 in not more than 500 words for each subsection. Use relevant examples, illustrations as far as possible.
  • All answers to be written individually. Discussion and group work is not advisable.
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Question. 1. Indian Pharmaceutical company having good range of well established brands in India and overseas market mainly in African countries. Now the company has business expansion plan wherein they would like to enter into FMCG segment; in this scenario as a company’s marketing consultant what are your recommendations and explain each of your recommendations with logical reason/s (10 Marks)

 

Answer: When Indian pharmaceutical company is looking forward for overseas market expansion, it becomes necessary for Indian Pharmaceutical Company to observe the trends, competition and business scope in the overseas market before they take any step further. Entering in the FMCG segment of Indian industry can be good idea if it is done on the basis of proper scope, risk and competition analysis.

 

Pharmaceutical companies can make a fortune

 

 

Question. 2. One of the largest Swedish company very well known for their furnitures interested in entering Indian market, explain what are the pros and cons according to you for this company, you need to responds to this question with specific points, keeping in mind Indian consumers and their culture. (10 Marks)

 

Answer: IKEA is a well reputed Swedish Furniture Company. Now, IKEA is thinking about expansion in Indian market. Therefore, the most important thing that they will need to do in this process is to learn all the necessary pros and cons so that they can understand the exact nature of Indian market before they actually start the business

 

 

Question. 3. One of the largest Indian well known brand of wrist watch manufacturing company interested in entering Indian market, with new segment of premium leather goods.

 

 

  1. a) What are your recommendations to the company viz production position strategy (5 Marks)

 

Answer: The wrist watch manufacturing company wants to enter in the Indian market but the company will need to understand and develop the company viz production position strategy according to the Indian market. The segment of premium leather goods can be successful only with the help of right strategy.

 

Although traditional strategies are also suitable but competitive advanced strategies are always preferred because they can offer faster and better results to the company. You will need to understand the competition properly and then you will need to adopt the strategy so that you can get perfect state in the present

 

 

  1. b) How do you prepare back-hand new business risk analysis and arrive at chances of success in the new segment. (5 Marks)

 

Answer: The development of new segment is done with the help of advanced strategies and back-hand new business risk analysis. The analysis always stays bigger part of the business since there is practically no business that can reach to its objective and goals without analysis and evaluation procedures. Stepping in a new country will necessarily require complete analysis of segment and market evaluation should be done to know all the possibilities, risk factor and opportunities of the market. This is the simplest thing that

 

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Course: Business Statistics

 

 

 

Internal Assignment Applicable for December 2016 Examination

 

Assignment Marks: 30

 

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  • All Questions carry equal marks.
  • All Questions are compulsory
  • All answers to be explained in not more than 1000 words for question 1 and 2 and for question 3 in not more than 500 words for each subsection. Use relevant examples, illustrations as far as possible.
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  • Formula can be written using various methods such as – brackets/parenthesis, subscript/superscript, insert-equation / insert-object-Microsoft Equation 3.0 (features in Ms-Word). Some formula can be rewritten in simple form such as C(5,2) in combination.

 

 

 

Question. 1. You want to do a survey of student opinion in a district regarding outdoor sports. What will be your sampling plan? How will you ensure randomness? (10 Marks)

 

Answer: Survey is not the easiest way of gathering information but this is the most efficient way. The survey can allow you to get exact data from huge area. You will gather data as per your requirement with the help of survey but the survey could be really very lengthy if you will not take care of right methodology.

 

There are many kinds of survey available for you to try but in this case, you have to survey the student’s opinion in a district regarding outdoor sports. This is the matter where sampling plan will be suitable but which sampling plan will you choose

 

 

Question. 2. The “Lena Bank” sells a form of life insurance called “Lena life insurance (LLI)”. The approval process for the life insurance consists of underwriting, which includes a review of application, a medical information bureau check, possible request for additional medical information and medical exams, and a policy completion stage during which the policy pages are generated and sent to the bank for delivery. The ability to deliver approved policy to customers in timely manner is critical to the profitability of this service to the bank. During a period of one month, a random sample of 27 approved policies was selected, and the following processing times in days were recorded

 

72 19 16 61 28 28 31 70 60 56 31 56 22 17  
18 45 48 17 17 17 71 52 63 50 51 69 16  

 

 

Compute the mean, median, mode, first quartile and third quartile. Also, compute the range, Inter-quartile range, Variance, Mean Deviation and Coefficient of variation. Based on your findings, what would you tell a customer who enters the bank to purchase this type of insurance policy and asks you how long the approval process takes? (10 marks)

 

Answer:

Mean:

 

Equation

 

 

Question. 3. a) What is the measure of central tendency if data has extreme values? Give example. (5 marks)

 

Answer: The central tendency calculation is not exactly a matter of short term calculation but this can be more effective and convenient if you understand the importance and use of central tendency measures. There are three kinds of central tendency measures which include Mode, Median and Mean. They all are useful but in their own manner. They all have different parts to play in the calculative equation.

 

When there is a matter of extreme value measurement or outlier data measurement then Median will be the best choice since this is the

 

 

  1. b) Two cards were drawn, without replacement, from a pack of 52 cards. What is the probability that they are both Kings or both Queens? (5 marks)

 

Answer: King or Queen Probability is =

 

So,

 

= X

 

 

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