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Sample Question paper

Class-XII (2019-20)

Time allowed: 3 hours
Maximum Marks: 70

General instructions:

● The Question Paper is divided into 5 parts. There is no overall choice, though internal choice is given.
● Section A has 17 objective questions carrying 1 mark each.
● Section B has 7 questions carrying 2 marks each. Answer may be within 50 to 75 words.
● Section C has 5 questions carrying 3 marks each. Answers may be about 100 words.
● Section D has 3 questions carrying 4 marks each. Answers may be about 150 words.
● Section E has 2 questions carrying 6 marks each. Answers may be about 200 words.

Section A

Fill in the blank:
Q1. Prabhav is a budding  entrepreneur who is about to pitch in his idea to a group of investors. For presenting his business plan he has made a teaser of about three minutes to awaken the interest of the potential investors. Prabhav is using __________ format of presenting a business plan. 

Q2. The only reward the Initial Public Offer investors seek is ________________ of their investment. 

Q3. North west Airlines started their operations from India to various parts of the country in the year 2015. The company had been successful in it’s operations as more people preferred to travel by air due to change in the lifestyle and attitude towards work and leisure. It is _____________ factor as per PESTEL model.

Q4. In April, 1998 the ---------------- was constituted as the regulator of capital markets in India under a resolution of the Government of India. 

Q5. _______________________ is the first stage in the process of innovation. 

Q6. After assuming the future demand, every company needs to determine when to place an order for stock and how much to order. This can be calculated by using  the _______________formula.
Gross profit per unit is calculated by using the formula__________________ State whether the following statements are ‘true’ or ‘false’.

Q7. Environment scanning is required to convert an idea into an opportunity.
Innovation is an indication that will help the entrepreneur to understand the market and produce goods or provide services in sync with the market needs, demand and taste.

Q8. Start up finance is the capital required by an entrepreneur for conducting research at pre commercialization stage.

Q9. Proforma investment decisions relates to how the enterprise funds are required in different assets so that the enterprise is able to earn the highest possible returns on investment.

Q10. The Cash Conversion Cycle is the length of time between a firm’s purchase of inventory and the receipt of cash from accounts receivable.

Q11. B & H is a leading advertising firm. They recruit new graduates through college placements. During an interview, a student was asked to list the four rules for planning any advertising activity, he replied that the following is required: Aim, Target, Desire, Competitors.

Q12. During mergers and acquisitions the value of the combined entity is expected to be greater than the sum of the independent values of the merging firms. Multiple Choice Questions:

Q13. Exploring opportunities in the environment is a process involving various steps. Arrange the steps in correct order. 
(i) Evaluating the ideas received from different sources to find a creative solution
(ii) Identifying a product or service through innovation
(iii) Opportunity spotting by analysing the needs and problems that exist in the environment
(iv) Setting up a project and nurturing it to success
(a). i-ii-iii-iv
(b). iii-i-ii-iv
(c). ii-iii-iv-i
(d). i-iv-iii-ii

Q14. Which of the following is not a method of ‘Negotiation’?
(a). Each side works towards a solution and everyone wins something.
(b). One party gets what they want and other party has to give something up.
(c). This involves starting on small details and working upward until a settlement is reached.
(d). It entails all aspects of interaction that a company has with its customer, whether it is sales or service-related.

Q15. Priya joined a Publication Company that publishes a monthly magazine “Lifestlye”. It covers articles related to fitness, clothing, gadgets, cooking etc., Priya had joined the clothing division of the magazine. Her divisional head explained her nature of work of the division. She also informed Priya that in addition to visits to local mall she would have to attend ‘Power lunches’ on the first Monday of every month. Out of the following identify the way of spotting trend, the divisional head is talking about? 
(a). Talk trends
(b). Read trends
(c). Watch trends
(d). Think trends

Q16. Varun, a student of class  XII, observed that a large number of students of the school were using mobile phones. He also observed that many parents of such students were worried about the content being viewed by their children on mobile phones and were not able to control them. Being a talented and an intelligent student he decided to develop an app that may help the parents to watch and control children regarding the content being viewed. From the following identify the “idea field” used by Varun to develop the app 
(a). Creative efforts
(b). Trading related ideas
(c). Market driven idea
(d). Natural resources

Q17. ABC Ltd., decided to raise funds by issuing shares. The finance department felt that the company should offer the shares to existing shareholders on a pro-rata basis. Out of the following, identify the method of raising the funds being suggested by the finance department? 
(a). Public Issue
(b). Rights Issue
(c). Private Placement
(d). Offer to Employees


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