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MG1351-PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT

B.E/B.TECH DEGREE EXAMINATION,NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2007, Fifth Semester

Computer Science and Engineering

MG1351-PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT
(Regulation 2004)

Time:3 hrs Maximum:100marks

Answer ALL questions.

PART A-(10X2=20 marks)

1.Define Adimistration.
2.Explain unity of direction.
3.What is Mission?
4.Brief on Operational Planning.
5.What is decentralisation?
6.Define Staffing.
7.What is Power Motive?
8.Give the meaning of social need.
9.Write any two HR related controlling technique.
10.What are the various types of functional budgets?

PART B-(5X16=80 marks)

11.(a)Discuss the various functions of Management.
(Or)
(b)Mention the scientific principles of management and also specify the features of scientific management.

12.(a)What are the steps in planning?And explain.
(Or)
(b)Discuss various forecasting techniques normally adopted.

13.(a)Name the factors determing departmentation.Also mention the bases of departmentation and give examples.
(Or)
(b)Explain the various techniques used in selection process.

14.(a)Explain Maslow's theory of Motivation and Compare and Contrast xy theory.
(Or)
(b)Discuss communication through electronic media for effective business.

15.(a)What are the steps in controlling process and state the essentials of effective control.
(Or)
(b)What is budgetary control and explain its significance.

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Re: MG1351-PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT - Anna University Question Papers
« Reply #1 on: September 10, 2008, 11:39:55 am »
B.E Degree Examination, April / May 2008

(Sixth semester)

MG 1351 - Principles of Management

Time : 3hours Maximum : 100 Marks

Part A-(10*2=20marks)
1.Define Scientific Management
2.Differentiate between Management and Administration
3.What is MBO
4.List any four quantitative forcasting techniques
5.Differentiate between effectiveness and efficiency.
6.What is meant by Delegation of Authority?
7.Define JOB Enrichment
8.Define Noise in communication
9.What is Ethno Centric Organization
10.Bring out any two similarities between Internation Management and Regional Management

Part --B (5 * 16= 80 marks )
11.a.Write an essay about the contributions made by F.W.Taylor, Henri Fayol, L.Gantt, Frank and Lillian Gilberth, George Elton Mayo and others to the field of Management

(or)

b.With illustrations from Indian and International Context, explain in detail the different types of Business organization with their suitability.

12. a. In detail explain the importance of plannin in the present Indian business environment. Also highlight the different types of plans

(or)

b.Explain in detail the steps in decision-making process with examples. Also explain in detail any two decision making tools (8 + 8 Marks)

13.a.Bring out the factors affecting centralization / decentralization. Also highlight the merits and demerits of centralization and decentralization with examples.

(or)

b.Enumerate in detail about the selection process which is widely followed in selecting IT professionals. Also highlight the different types of interviews that can be used in the selection process.

14.a.Elucidate the different leadership styles. Explain in detail about the Blake and Moton's managerial grid. (8+8)

(or)

b.Define communication. Explain the process of communication. Explain the various types of communication with its relative merits and demerits. (3 +6+ 7)

15.a. Bring out the different characteristics of an effective budget. Also bring out the different types of Budget with its relative merits and demerits.

(or)

b.Bring outh the importance of Productivity measures in any organization. Also in detail enumerate the different productivity enhancement tools used by the organizations in the present competitive scenario.