1 Ws 11 DE DISTANCE EDUCATION M.B.A. (HRM) DEGREE EXAMINATION, MAY 013 First Semester MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS (008 onwards) Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks SECTION A (5 8 = 40 marks) Answer any FIVE questions. 1. Define management and its scope in business.. Discuss the advantages of planning in industry. 3. Explain SPAN of control. 4. Differentiate centralization from decentralization. 5. Define Informal organization and its impact in industry. 6. Briefly explain the various sources of recruitment. 7. Give your comment on the problems in motivation. 8. Explain the prerequisite of an effective control system.
2 SECTION B (4 15 = 60 marks) Ws 11 Answer any FOUR questions. All questions carry equal marks. 9. Explain the contribution of F.W. Taylor to management thought. 10. Define decision tree and explain the different types of decision making. 11. Discuss the principles of organization. 1. Explain the various techniques of controlling. 13. Discuss Herzberg two factory theory in motivation. 14. Discuss the qualities of a good leadership. 15. Discuss the importance of total quality management. DE 634
3 ws 3 DE DISTANCE EDUCATION M.B.A.(HRM) DEGREE EXAMINATION, MAY 013. First Semester ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR (008 onwards) Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks PART A (5 8 = 40 marks) Answer any FIVE questions. 1. Explain any one model of organizational behaviour.. What are the determinants of personality? 3. Explain Synergy with an example. 4. Explain the principles of effective communication. 5. Explain political behaviour. 6. Explain how personal trait leads to stress. 7. What do you mean by orgsanisational Design? 8. Explain T-groups. PART B (4 15 = 60 marks) Answer any FOUR questions. 9. Explain the elements of organisational behaviour. 10. Explain Herzberg s two factor theory of motivation.
4 ws Draw and explain the work group behaviour model. 1. Explain about the barriers in communication and the methods to reduce the barriers. 13. Explain the sources and consequences of stress. 14. Explain various types of orgsanisational strucrture. 15. Saroopa is a higher level officer in electricity Board of India, placed in Tamil Nadu. She deviced new methods for the benefits of the consumers to avoid the need for bribe. Then new change in the existing method is resisted by the employees in EB. Explain how you will manage this change to make the EB employees accept? DE 635
5 Ws 18 DE DISTANCE EDUCATION M.B.A. (HRM) DEGREE EXAMINATION, MAY 013 First Semester MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS (008 onwards) Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks SECTION A (5 8 = 40 marks) Answer any FIVE questions. 1. Briefly state the concept of Managerial Economics.. Explain the need for Technological Change. 3. Explain the terms aggregate supply and economic growth. 4. What is price Elasticity of demand? How is it measured? 5. What is demand recession? 6. Explain the concept of production with two variable inputs? 7. What are the properties of Isoquants? 8. What are the economic consequences of public debt?
6 SECTION B (4 15 = 60 marks) Ws 18 Answer any FOUR questions. 9. Economics is a tool of decision making Discuss. 10. Explain graphically and the nature of short run average cost curve. 11. Explain the various cost concepts. 1. Discuss, how macro economic analysis is helpful for business decision making. 13. Explain the concept of Break-even point in profit planning. 14. Discuss critically the different methods of forecasting demand of established products. 15. Analyse the phases of business cycle. DE 636
7 wk 10 DE DISTANCE EDUCATION M.B.A. (HRM) DEGREE EXAMINATION, MAY 013. First Semester QUANTITATIVE METHODS (008 Onwards) Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks SECTION A (5 8 = 40 marks) Answer any FIVE questions. 1. Discuss and describe the role of linear programming in managerial decision-making. Bring out the limitations.. What is break-even analysis? Write its uses. 3. What do you mean by a L.P.P? What are its limitations? 4. Use dual simplex method to solve Max z = x1 x3 Subject to x x x x x, x, x x x An integer is chosen at random out of the integers from 1 to 100. What is the probability that it is (a) Multiple of 5 (b) Divisible by 7 (c) Greater than 70?
8 wk Describe the importance of relevant cost for managerial decision making. 7. Define simulation. Write the types of simulation. 8. Explain Maxi-Min and Mini-Max principle used in game theory. SECTION B (4 15 = 60 marks) Answer any FOUR questions. 9. The total cost function for the production of x units of an item is given by T = 10 4x + 3x find 3 4 (a) (b) (c) The average cost The marginal cost The marginal average cost. 10. For the demand function given by y = 100 6x find the marginal revenue and show that the marginal revenue satisfies the relation 11. Solve the LP problem Max z = 3x1 + 5x + 4x3 dr dx Subject to the constraints : x 1 x 3x 1 + 3x + 5x + x x and x, x, x = y 1 +. elasticity of demand DE 637
9 wk Solve the following transportation problem in which cell entries represent unit costs. To available From Required A candidate is selected for interview in 3 different posts. There are 3 candidate for the first post, 4 for the second post and for the third post. What is the probability that he will be selected for one of the posts? 14. A company manufactures around 00 mopeds. Depending upon the availability of raw materials and other conditions, the daily production has been varying from 196 mopeds to 04 mopeds, whose probability distribution is as given below. Production /day : Probability : The finished mopeds are transported in a specially designed three storied lorry that can accomodate only 00 mopeds. Use 15 random numbers 8, 89, 78, 4, 53, 61, 18, 45, 04, 3, 50, 77, 7, 54, 10, to simulate the process and find out. (a) (b) What will be the average number of mopeds waiting in the factory? What will be the average number of empty spaces on the lorry? 15. Solve the following game : Player B B1 B B3 Player A A1 3 A DE 637
10 wk ser DE DISTANCE EDUCATION M.B.A. (HRM)DEGREE EXAMINATION, MAY 013. First Semester FINANCIAL AND MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING (008 onwards) Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks PART A (5 8 = 40 marks) Answer any FIVE questions. 1. Explain the scope of Accounting.. What is a Trial Balance? Bring out the objectives of preparing a Trial Balance. 3. What are the objectives of budgetary control? 4. List out the limitations of financial statements. 5. The sales turnover and profit during two years are as follows : Year Sales Profit Rs. Rs ,40,000 15, ,60,000 0,000
11 wk ser You are required to calculate : (a) P/V ratio (b) Sales to earn a profit of Rs. 40,000 (c) Profit when sales is Rs. 1,0, The balance sheet of XY limited, for the two years was as follows : Liabilities Assets Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Share capital 1,50,000 1,75,000 Cash 15,000 30,000 Creditors 85,000 93,000 Debtors 85,000 80,000 Bills payable 50,000 40,000 Stock 40,000 30,000 Loan from bank 5,000 Goodwill 10,000 30,000 Debentures 0,000 10,000 Land 75,000 83,000 Machinery 80,000 90,000 3,05,000 3,43,000 3,05,000 3,43,000 Additional information : (a) Machinery was purchased for Rs. 15,000 (b) Dividends were paid totaling Rs. 5,000 You are required to prepare funds flow statement. DE 638
12 wk ser 7. From the following, calculate profit or loss during the year : Capital at the beginning Rs. 13,400, capital at the end Rs. 18,500, drawings during the period Rs. 300 p.m. and additions to capital during the year Rs. 00 p.m. 8. Journalise the following transactions 010 Jan. 1 Goods sold to Ram Rs. 6,000 3 Purchase goods from Raju Rs. 5,000 6 Cash purchase Rs. 4,000 9 Cash sales Rs. 5, Cash received from Ram Rs. 3, Cash paid to Raju Rs. 4, Withdraw cash from business Rs. 3,000 for Jan. personal use 5 Rent paid Rs. 1,000 PART B (4 15 = 60 marks) Answer any FOUR questions. 9. Explain the accounting concepts and conventions. 10. Differentiate between single entry system and Double entry system. 11. Describe the essential steps in budgetary control system. 1. The following is the trial balance of Mr. Rajan. Prepare trading and profit and loss a c for the year ended 31 March 010 and a balance sheet as on that date. 3 DE 638
13 wk ser Rs. Rs. Drawings 6,000 Capital 5,000 Purchases 80,000 Sales 1,0,000 Return inwards 1,000 Return outwards 900 Carriage inwards,000 Sundry creditors 4,000 Carriage outwards 800 Duty on purchase,000 Stock 10,000 Van 5,000 Salaries 6,000 Rent,000 Taxes 500 Insurance 600 Sundry debtors 8,000 Cash in hand 500 Cash at bank,500 Furniture,000 Land 1,000 1,49,900 1,49,900 The following adjustments are to be effected : (a) Stock on 31 st March 010 Rs. 10,000 (b) Outstanding rent Rs. 500, Salaries Rs. 800 (c) Unexpired insurance Rs. 100 (d) Provide depreciation at 10% on land and 5% on Van. 4 DE 638
14 wk ser 13. Following are the summarised balance shees of Aarthy Ltd. of Tirunelveli as on December 31, 010 and 011. Liabilities Assets Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Share capital 1,30,000 1,00,000 Land and 95,000 1,00,000 Building General reserve 30,000 5,000 Machinery 84,500 75,000 Profit & loss a/c 15,400 15,00 Stock 37,000 50,000 Bank loan (long term) 35,000 Debtors 3,100 40,000 Creditors 67,500 75,000 Cash Prov. for tax 17,500 15,000 Bank 4,000 Additional Information : Goodwill 7,500,60,400,65,00,60,400,65,00 (a) (b) Dividend of Rs. 11,500 was paid. Assets of another company were purchased for a consideration of Rs. 30,000 payable in shares. The following assets were purchased : Stock Rs. 10,000; Machinery Rs. 1,500. (c) Machinery was further purchased for Rs. 4,000. (d) Depreciation written off machinery Rs. 6,000 (e) Income tax provided during the year Rs. 16,500. (f) Loss on sale of machine Rs. 100 was written off to General Reserve. You are required to prepare a cash flow statement for the year ended 31, December DE 638
15 wk ser 14. Prepare a production budget for three months ending 31 st March 010 for a factory producing four products, on the basis of the following information. Product Estimated stock Estimated sales Desired closing stock (units) on (units) Jan-March 10 (units) A 8,000 40,000 1,000 B 1,000 60,000 0,000 C 16,000 5,000 1,000 D 1,000 48,000 8, You are required calculate the following from the given information : (a) (b) (c) (d) P/V Ratio; Margin of Safety Sales and Variable cost Fixed cost Rs. 15,000 Profit Rs.,000 Break even sales Rs. 75,000 6 DE 638
16 WK 5 DE DISTANCE EDUCATION M.B.A. (HRM) DEGREE EXAMINATION, MAY 013. Second Semester BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT (008 onwards) Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks SECTION A (5 8 = 40 marks) Answer any FIVE questions. All questions carry equal marks. 1. Describe the various dynamic factors of environment.. What are the fundamental issues of business environment? 3. State the merits and demerits of liberalisation. 4. What do you mean by technology transfer? 5. Explain the role of Government in Indian Business Sectors. 6. What are the advantages of New EXIM Policy? 7. What are the limitations of monetary policy? 8. How would you evaluate the New Industrial Policy?
17 WK 5 SECTION B (4 15 = 60 marks) Answer any FOUR questions. All questions carry equal marks. 9. Indian Economy is a developing under developed economy Comment. 10. Examine the policy and procedure of Industrial Licencing. 11. Outline the automatic approval mechanism of FDI in India. 1. Do you agree with the view that planning in India has failed? Give reasons in support of your answers. 13. What are the various environments of Business? Explain in detail. 14. Examine the trends of privatization in other countries. 15. Explain the procedures for obtaining assistance from the Financial Institutions. DE 639
18 Wk 9 DE 6330 DISTANCE EDUCATION M.B.A. (HRM) DEGREE EXAMINATION, MAY 013. Second Semester RESEARCH METHODS (008 onwards) Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks SECTION A (5 8 = 40 marks) Answer any FIVE questions. All questions carry equal marks. 1. What do you mean by research? Explain its significance in modern times.. What is the necessity of defining a research problem? Explain. 3. Describe some of the important research designs used in experimental hypothesis testing research study. 4. Write down the essentials of good sampling. 5. Discuss Interview as a good technique of data collection. 6. Explain the merits and demerits of observation method in collecting data. 7. Describe the precautions the researcher should take while interpreting his findings. 8. What are the characteristics of a good research report?
19 Wk 9 SECTION B (4 15 = 60 marks) Answer any FOUR questions. All questions carry equal marks. 9. Briefly describe the different steps involved in a research process. 10. What is a hypothesis? State the characteristics of a good research hypothesis. 11. Enumerate the different types of sample designs. 1. Clearly explain the difference between collection of data through questionnaires and schedules. 13. Processing of data implies editing, coding, classification and tabulation. Describe these four operations in research study. 14. Explain in detail the different types of report. 15. Report writing is more an art that hinges upon practice and experience. Discuss. DE 6330
20 wk14 DE DISTANCE EDUCATION M.B.A. (HRM) DEGREE EXAMINATION, MAY 013. Second Semester MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (008 onwards) Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks SECTION A (5 8 = 40 marks) Answer any FIVE questions. 1. Give a short note on conversion strategies.. Discuss the capabilities of an executive support system. 3. Explain the pyramid structure of MIS. 4. Describe various operations of IT that affect the organizational growth by using MIS. 5. What is globalization? Describe in detail on about the online shopping. 6. Explain the following : (a) (b) (c) Voice mail Facsimile. 7. What are valueadded networks? Enlist the types of VAN. 8. What is E-market? Explain the impact of E-Commerce on direct marketing with real examples.
21 wk14 SECTION B (4 15 = 60 marks) Answer any FOUR questions. 9. Why do we give importance in designing a system? Briefly discuss the activities involved in system design. 10. Define the term MIS. Explain the various functions of MIS. 11. Describe the concept of information resource management. How it is useful in MIS? 1. Elaborately discuss on internet services. 13. Briefly explain the concept and advantages of EDI. 14. What is an internet? Explain the applications of an internet. 15. Briefly discuss on security of data and business opportunities on internet. DE 6331
22 wk 10 DE DISTANCE EDUCATION M.B.A. (HRM) DEGREE EXAMINATION, MAY 013. Second Semester STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT (008 onwards) Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks SECTION A (5 8 = 40 marks) Answer any FIVE questions. 1. Explain the objectives of business.. Briefly explain BCG matrix. 3. Explain the steps in strategic planning. 4. What is retrenchment strategy? State its characteristics. 5. Differentiate strategic alliance from joint venture. 6. How does leadership aspect affect strategic implementation? 7. Bring out the relationship between human resources and corporate resources. 8. List out the benefits of ERP. SECTION B (4 15 = 60 marks) Answer any FOUR questions. 9. What are the characteristics of a mission statement? 10. Discuss product life cycle analysis and its implications.
23 wk Write elaborately about different types of diversification. 1. Analyse the suitability of matrix structure in complex organizations and its disadvantages. 13. What are the techniques for effective implementation of strategy? 14. Elaborate the advantages and disadvantages of vertical integrations. 15. Explain the uses and importance of Marshall. DE 633
24 WK 4 DE DISTANCE EDUCATION M.B.A. (HRM) DEGREE EXAMINATION, MAY 013. Second Semester QUALITY MANAGEMENT (008 onwards) Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks SECTION A (5 8 = 40 marks) Answer any FIVE questions. 1. What are the basic functions of quality management?. Write and explain the dimensions of quality. 3. What is quality process? Write its benefits. 4. What are the benefits of pareto diagram in statistical process control? 5. How do you measure the quality cost? Explain. 6. List and explain the elements of TQC. 7. What are the barriers of TQM? 8. Describe the benefits of quality review. SECTION B (4 15 = 60 marks) Answer any FOUR questions. 9. Discuss the benefits and impact of 6 sigma. 10. Discuss about single sampling plan and double sampling plan.
25 WK Discuss the impact of service procurement and competition on quality and standards. 1. What is the functions of quality circles? How to conduct a quality circle activity. 13. Write the step by step procedure of quality circles in Japan and in India. 14. Discuss the different phases of business process reengineering cycles. 15. List the various Stumbling blocks while implementing a TQM programme. DE 6333
26 wss DE DISTANCE EDUCATION M.B.A. (HRM) DEGREE EXAMINATION, MAY 013. Third Semester HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (008 onwards) Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks SECTION A (5 8 = 40 marks) Answer any FIVE questions. All questions carry equal marks. 1. Explain the objectives and functions of human resource management.. Explain the need for Human Resource planning. 3. What is man power planning? How it is done? 4. Differentiate between job description and job specification. 5. Explain the term (a) (b) (c) Incentive Fringe benefits Bonus. 6. Define training. Explain the different methods of off the job training. 7. Define motivation. Why it is important for employees? 8. What are the objectives of HR Audit?
27 wss SECTION B (4 15 = 60 marks) Answer any FOUR questions. All questions carry equal marks. 9. Explain the importance of HRM in modern organizations. 10. Explain the various steps involved in human resource planning. 11. Explain the different process involved in selection. 1. What are the different methods of wage payment system? 13. Describe the different techniques available to motivate the employees. 14. What are the causes for accidents? Explain the ways to overcome such accidents. 15. What is HR audit? How it is conducted? DE 6334
28 WS4 DE DISTANCE EDUCATION M.B.A. (HRM) DEGREE EXAMINATION, MAY 013. Third Semester HUMAN RESOURCE ECONOMICS (008 Onwards) Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks SECTION A (5 8 = 40 marks) Answer any FIVE questions. All questions carry equal marks. 1. What is the scope of Human Resource Economics in India?. What is Full Employment Technology? 3. What are the problems in the Indian Labour Market? 4. Describe the Labour Force Participation in Human Resource Economics. 5. Explain the methods of Wage Payment. 6. Clearly state the concept of Cost of living. 7. Bring out the recent Trend in Labour Migrations. 8. How can you reduce the Labour absenteeism in an Industry?
29 WS4 SECTION B (4 15 = 60 marks) Answer any FOUR questions. All questions carry equal marks. 9. Explain the Evaluation of the Human Resource problems in Indian Labour Force. 10. Explain the theories of employment. 11. Explain the theories of wages. 1. Describe the causes for neutralization. 13. What are the theories of Employee migrations? 14. Explain the impact of Technology and Gender in Indian Labour Force. 15. In what ways the Labour Force become a reasons for Exit of Industries in India? Explain. DE 6335
30 ws 19 DE DISTANCE EDUCATION M.B.A. (HRM) DEGREE EXAMINATION, MAY 013. Third Semester INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS MANAGEMENT Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks SECTION A (5 8 = 40 marks) Answer any FIVE questions. All questions carry equal marks. 1. Bring out the essential features of constitution of India.. Why do workers organise into unions? 3. Explain in detail about the significance of Industrial Relations. 4. What are functions performed by conciliation officer? 5. Bring out the structure and benefits of collective bargaining. 6. What are the precautionery measures to be followed in Employee safety programme? 7. Explain in detail about the communication. 8. What are the factors to be considered while handling Grievance?
31 ws 19 SECTION B (4 15 = 60 marks) Answer any FOUR questions. All questions carry equal marks. 9. Examine the fundamental rights offered under constitution of India. 10. Describe the present trade union pattern in our country. What suggestion would you give to develop the movement on healthy lines? 11. Discuss the causes and effects of poor industrial relations. Give your suggestions to improve Industrial relations in our country. 1. Enumerate the role and limitations of collective bargaining in Indian Industries. 13. Analyse the social and economic importance of a health and safety programme in Industry. 14. Good organisation depends to a great extent upon a good communication Explain. 15. Briefly discuss the essentials of a good disciplinary system. DE 6336
32 Ws 17 DE DISTANCE EDUCATION M.B.A. (HRM) DEGREE EXAMINATION, MAY 013. Third Semester LABOUR LEGISLATIONS I (008 onwards) Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks SECTION A (5 8 = 40 marks) Answer any FIVE questions. All questions carry equal marks. 1. State the objectives of factories Act, State the scope of Workmen Compensation Act Make a brief note on Bonus Act State the objects of the Industrial Disputes Act, Make a short note on shops and establishments Act Differentiate strike and lockout. 7. State the objectives of ESI Act Bring out the role of provident fund in attaining social security.
33 Ws 17 SECTION B (4 15 = 60 marks) Answer any FOUR questions. All questions carry equal marks. 9. State the provisions of Factories Act 1948 with regard to health, safety and welfare. 10. Explain the procedure for calculating various compensations under the Workmen's Compensation Act State the types of strikes and lockouts that are prohibited by the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 and the penalties regarding strikes and lockouts. 1. Explain the powers of the authorities under shops and Establishments Act, Explain : (a) (b) Standing Committee, and Medical benefit council. as per ESI Act State the provisions under EPF and Misc. Provisions Act, 195 with regard to recovery of money due from employer. 15. State the provisions of Factories Act with regard to Holidays, employment of young persons and women. DE 6337
34 Ws 17 DE DISTANCE EDUCATION M.B.A. (HRM) DEGREE EXAMINATION, MAY 013. Third Semester TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT (008 onwards) Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks SECTION A (5 8 = 40 marks) Answer any FIVE questions. All questions carry equal marks. 1. Explain need for Training.. What are the methods of Training in lower level skilled employees? Explain. 3. How to evaluate Training effectiveness? 4. How will you design Management Development Programme? 5. Differentiate organisation development and management development. 6. Write the qualities of good trainer. 7. Explain Online Training. 8. What is Management Development Programme?
35 Ws 17 SECTION B (4 15 = 60 marks) Answer any FOUR questions. 9. Explain abut the training for different levels of employees. 10. List out the development programmes in public and private sector organisations. 11. How the effectiveness of the training be evaluated and improved? 1. Design the training programmes for a batch of Aeronautical engineering graduates. 13. What are the various training methods that are suitable for small manufacturing organisations? 14. List out the duties and responsibilities of Training Managers. 15. Write the causes of failure of Training Programme. DE 6338
36 Sp 3 DE DISTANCE EDUCATION M.B.A. (HRM) DEGREE EXAMINATION, MAY 013. Third Semester COMPENSATION MANAGEMENT ( 008 onwards ) Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks SECTION A (5 8 = 40 marks) Answer any FIVE questions. All questions carry equal marks. 1. Explain minimum wages. What are the methods adopted in India to pay minimum wages to the workers.. What are the various components of compensation? Briefly explain them. 3. What is Broad Banding? State the advantages of adopting banding system as explained in the Sixth Pay Commission. 4. Explain ESOP. How does it help companies? Is it popular in I.T.companies today? Give reasons for your answer. 5. State at least 15 authorized deductions permitted under Section 7 of the payment of Wages Act Suggest ways and means to control employee cost. 7. State the importance factors that decide executive compensation. 8. State briefly how MNCs decide the compensation for expatriate employees.
37 Sp 3 SECTION B (4 15 = 60 marks) Answer any FOUR questions. All questions carry equal marks. 9. Explain the Bargaining Theory of Wages. Experts feel that it is the only theory that is surviving in the wage scenario. Explain. 10. How do Trade Unions arrive at a wage settlement? Explain the steps or strategies adopted by them to achieve their desired levels. 11. What are fringe benefits? Explain their advantages and disadvantages. Can they be withdrawn? If not, why? 1. What is performance based salary? Explain the parameters that decide it. 13. Explain briefly the key provisions of the payment of Bonus Act State how the I.T.Companies fix their remuneration. Why do they fix high wage levels than other companies? 15. Explain any two group incentive plans which you consider as popular. Give reasons. DE 6339
38 Sp DE DISTANCE EDUCATION M.B.A. (HRM) DEGREE EXAMINATION, MAY 013. Fourth Semester GLOBAL HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT (008 onwards) Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks SECTION A (5 8 = 40 marks) Answer any FIVE questions. All questions carry equal marks. 1. What are the operative functions of HR managers in globalisation world?. Explain the terms Home country, Host country and Third country nations. 3. Differentiate cultural adoptability from Individuality. 4. What are the Indirect compensation paid to the Global HR s? 5. What is cultural assimilations? 6. State any two learning styles in training and development and explain its impact. 7. Explain the Japanese approaches to Labour relations. 8. How can we overcome the difference in pay among employees?
39 Sp SECTION B (4 15 = 60 marks) Answer any FOUR questions. All questions carry equal marks. 9. Explain the challenges and opportunities of globalising Human Resource. 10. Clearly explain the global HR recruitment and selection procedure. 11. Describe the cross-cultural diversities and multiculturalism. 1. Draw a optimum Compensation Structure for an MNCs related to Service Industry. 13. Discuss about the Global HR training and Development Practice. 14. Explain the role of Strategic management of international Labour Relations. 15. Pay for Performance is an effective motivational tool in global HR Discuss. DE 6340
40 WK 6 DE DISTANCE EDUCATION M.B.A. (HRM) DEGREE EXAMINATION, MAY 013. Fourth Semester EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE (008 onwards) Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks SECTION A (5 8 = 40 marks) Answer any FIVE questions. All questions carry equal marks. 1. Mention the types of emotional competencies and explain its significance.. Explain about Emotional Intelligence. 3. What are the guidelines for learning emotion? 4. Point out the importance of leadership. 5. What is meant by social competence? 6. What do you mean by commitment? 7. How would you recognise one s emotions and their effects? 8. Define self marketing. Explain its importance.
41 WK 6 SECTION B (4 15 = 60 marks) Answer any FOUR questions. 9. Discuss about emotional Intelligence in detail. 10. Explain about self marketing in detail. 11. Describe personal competence in a brief manner. 1. Discuss the various types of conflicts. 13. Write a note on (a) Leveraging diversity (b) Political awareness. 14. Illustrate the best practices in managing emotions. 15. Emotional intelligence leads to success Comment. DE 6341
42 WK13 DE DISTANCE EDUCATION M.B.A.(HRM) DEGREE EXAMINATION, MAY 013. Fourth Semester LABOUR LEGISLATIONS II (008 onwards) Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks SECTION A (5 8 = 40 marks) Answer any FIVE questions. All questions carry equal marks. 1. State the various deductions from bonus payable as per payment of bonus Act List out the excemptions from payment of Gratuity as per payment of Gratuity Act State the provisions with regard to fixation of wage periods and time of payment of wages as per payment of wages Act, State the powers as appropriate Government, with regard to offences and penalties as per minimum wages Act, Comment on the provisions with regard to operating of standing orders. 6. State the previleges of a registered trade union. 7. List and explain the various forms of wages. 8. State procedure for registering a trade union as per Trade union Act 196.
43 WK13 SECTION A (4 15 = 60 marks) Answer any FOUR questions. All questions carry equal marks. 9. State the procedure for determination of bonus formula as per payment of bonus Act, State the objects of payment of Gratuity Act, Explain the role of wage boards in development of a wage policy. 1. State the procedure for fixing and receiving minimum wages as per minimum wages Act, State the procedure for submission, certification and other provisions with regard to standing orders. 14. State the rules with regard to amalgamation and dissolution of trade union. 15. Explain the procedure for determination of available surplus and allocable surplus. DE 634
44 wk 11 DE DISTANCE EDUCATION M.B.A. (HRM) DEGREE EXAMINATION, MAY 013. Fourth Semester ORGANISATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (008 onwards) Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks SECTION A (5 8 = 40 marks) Answer any FIVE questions. All questions carry equal marks. 1. Define OD, and explain the characteristics of OD.. List out the values of OD in society. 3. How the OD is practically implemented in organisation? 4. How to use action research in OD? 5. What is organisational development interventions? 6. Explain quality circles. 7. Explain the strengths of OD. 8. What are the conditions involved in success of organisational development programme? SECTION B (4 15 = 60 marks) Answer any FOUR questions. All questions carry equal marks. 9. Explain the components of OD. 10. Describe the characteristics of interventions. 11. Is there future prospects for OD? Explain.
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