Business Ethics in Indian Social System solved MCQs

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1. The principles of scientific Management were more concerned with theproblems at the ………..levels

a. Higher levels

B. Middle

c. Operating

d. None

2. Father of Modern Management theory is ………………

a. Henry Fayol

B. F.W.Taylor

c. Henry Gantt

d. None

3. ………….suggests that each communication going up or coming down mustflow through each position in the line of authority

a. Communication Pattern

B. Horizontal communications

c. Scalar chain

d. None of these

4. Management can be considered as………………..

a. Exact science

B. Inexact science

c. Psuedo science

d. B or C

5. …………………..is that phase of business enterprise that concerns itself with the overall determination of institutional objectives and the policies necessary to be followed in achieving those objectives.

a. Management

B. administration

c. Both of these

d. None

6. ……….has defined the basic problem of managing as the art of “knowing exactly what you want men to do and then see that they do it in the best and cheapest way “

a. Henry Fayol

B. F.W. Taylor

c. Mary parker Follet

d. None of these

7. According to functional foremanship, the speed boss, Inspector, foreman andgang boss are entrusted with the …………………aspect of work.

a. Planning

B. Organizing

c. Doing

d. None of these

8. …………..is undertaken to find out the one best way of doing the thing

a. Job Analysis

B. Merit rating

c. Job enrichment

d. None

9. The principle of Unity of command is contrary to Taylors……………………..

a. Rule of thumb

B. Unity of Direction

c. Functional foremanship

d. None of these

10. According to …………..principle, each group of activities with the sameobjective must have one head and one plan

a. Unity of Direction

B. Unity of command

c. Either of these

d. None

11. Everything which goes to increase the importance of subordinates roleis……………….

a. Decentralization

B. Centralization

c. Either A or B

d. None

12. The Book “ Functions of Executive” was written by …………………..

a. P.F. Drucker

B. Chester Barnard

c. Herbert Simon

d. None

13. ………………..school of Management recognizes the existence of a centralized body of knowledge for the Management.

a. System approach

B. Empirical

c. Contingency

d. Operational

14. …………..school of thought has developed on the idea that there is no single best method to find solutions to Managerial problems

a. System approach

B. Empirical

c. Contingency

d. Operational

15. Koontz and O’Donnel are the advocates of ……………….approach tomanagement

a. System approach

B. Empirical

c. Contingency

d. Operational

16. According to …………… approach, management is a logical process and it can be expressed in terms of mathematical symbols and relationships.

a. Empirical

B. Management science

c. Contingency

d. Operational

17. ……………….approach of management heavily concentrates on ‘People’aspect of management.

a. Human relations

B. System

c. Empirical

d. Management science

18. ……………is the art of knowing exactly what you want men to do and thenseeing that how they do it in the best and cheapest way.

a. General management

B. Scientific Management

c. Administration

d. None

19. …………..is introduced to secure the benefits of division of labour orspecialization at the supervising level under scientific management

a. Operating management

B. Functional foremanship

c. Either a or b

d. None

20. ………………….helps to determine a fair days work and rest period tocomplete it

a. Work study

B. Time study

c. Motion study

d. All of these

21. The main objective of ……………..study is to determine and eliminateunnecessary and wasteful movements

a. Work study

B. Time study

c. Motion study

d. All of these

22. The author of the famous book “General and Industrial Management”is……………………

a. Henry Fayol

B. F.W. Taylor

c. Henry Gantt

d. None

23. According to Fayol , the principles of Management are……………….

a. Rigid

B. Flexible

c. A or b

d. None

24. ……………..is the right of a superior to give orders to subordinates, takedecisions etc.

a. Authority

B. Responsibility

c. Accountability

d. None

25. Authority and responsibility are …………….to each other

a. Supplementary

B. Complementary

c. Contradictory

d. None

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