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Lunatic .. 12 hours ago

Planning set objectives Planning is futuristic Planning provide basis to management Planning provide direction Gives framework
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Aman Talreja 19 hours ago

Because no rate of int is charged on it
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Nishtha Girdhar 3 days, 12 hours ago

1..Growth in size 2..Specialisation 3.Functional differentiation
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Yogita Ingle 5 days, 21 hours ago

<div>Bases</div> <div>Delegation of authority</div> <div>Decentralization of authority</div>
<div>Nature</div> <div>Process of transferring authority and creation of responsibility between superior and subordinates is called delegation. It can take place without decentralization</div> <div>Decentralization is delegation of and dispersion of authority. It is not possible without delegation of authority</div>
<div>   Purpose</div> <div>It minimizes the burden of managers of unit, departments or plant</div> <div>It prepares the organizational participants of the organization</div>
<div>   Relationship</div> <div>Relationship is between superior and immediate subordinates are indicated</div> <div>Relationship is between top level, management, departments and units</div>
<div>   Techniques</div> <div>It is technique of management used to get the things done through others</div> <div>It is both philosophy and technique of management</div>
<div>   Parties</div> <div>It is confined to manager and subordinates</div> <div>It involves all managers at all level and relates relationship between departments, sections and units.</div>
<div>    Responsibilities</div> <div>Authority is only delegated, not responsibilities</div> <div>Superior is relieved from responsibilities too</div>

    Necessity

<div>Very important to management process</div> <div>It is optional and situational as per the need</div>
<div>   Control</div>

  Control remains in hand of superior who supervise the activities of subordinates

<div>Control is delegated and decentralized to the departmental managers</div>
<div>   Withdrawal       of authority</div> <div>It can be withdrawn by delegator at any time</div> <div>Withdrawal of authority is not simple.</div>

Asad Ahmad 6 days, 9 hours ago

Delegation takes place between the two but decentralisation takes place between many
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Pankaj Garg 23 hours ago

40 to 50 marks

Sunilkumar Mehta 3 days, 21 hours ago

all questions will be case studies.
17. Explain the different types manufacturing industries with one example each (4) 18. Write two merits and two demerits of Departmental Undertaking. (4) 19. Explain the benefits of international business (any four points) (4) 20. Explain the steps involved in the Incorporation of a Company. (5) 21. “A Successful implementation of e-business requires some special facilities.” Explain (5) 22. a) A company imports edible oils and sells in the domestic market. But in order to maximize its profits, it indulges in adulteration of edible oil which are used for cooking. The management of the company justifies this act because of rising prices of imported edible oil and government pressure for not increasing prices in the domestic market. Comment on the act of the company. b) What are the major causes of environment pollution? 23. Explain any five features of small scale industry (5) 24. Explain: Consumers cooperative Society; Producers cooperative society and Marketing Cooperative society. (6) 25. Explain the following principles of insurance: a) Utmost good faith b) Principle of indemnity c) Principle of mitigation of loss. 26. Explain any four factors to be kept in mind while selecting suitable source of finance. (6) 27. Explain three merits and three demerits of departmental stores. (6)
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Aarya Ranpise 3 days, 20 hours ago

Ya it's related to class 11th

Aashu Shaikh 5 days, 13 hours ago

It is related to 11th class right?
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Kashish Madaan 6 days, 19 hours ago

Method-the way of doing things policy-flexible guidelines.for eg it is the firm policy to sell goods on credit
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Yogita Ingle 1 week, 1 day ago

(1) COORDINATION REFERS TO : Synchronization of various activities and efforts of
• all individuals,
• groups
• departments
in common direction to achieve the goals of the organization.

(2) LACK OF COORDINATION RESULTS IN :
• overlapping,
• duplication of efforts,
• delay in work and chaos.

(3) COORDINATION ENSURES THAT :

• right person is assigned right job,
• right job is performed at the right time,
• right product/service is delivered to the customer at the right time.

Jasmine Sharma 1 week, 1 day ago

Importance of coordination: 1.growth in size 2.specialisation 3.functional differentiation.
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Akanksha Srivastava 1 week, 1 day ago

1. Issue through prospectors 2. Offer for sale 3. Right Issue 4. Private Placement of shares 5. Electronic IPO's
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Karan Chopra 10 hours ago

Ya .. because decentralisation is the extension of delegation...if we multiply by 2 in delegation so we multiply it by many in decentralisation... In decentralisation ,manager distribute authority to the lowest level nd in delegation ,the manager delegate some of his authority to hi subordinate...
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Ronit More 1 week, 1 day ago

Fear of challenge to authority..

Priya Singla 1 week, 2 days ago

Poor listening is not a psycological barrier

Singh Rajput 1 week, 2 days ago

Fear of challenge of authority... it is personal barrier
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Yogita Ingle 1 week, 2 days ago

Trading procedure :

  1. Selection of a Broker: The first step is to select a broker, who will buy/sell securities on behalf of the speculator/investor. This is necessary because trading of securities can only be done through SEBI registered brokers, who are members of stock exchange. Brokers may be individuals, partnership firms and corporate bodies.
  2. Opening Demat Account with Depository: The next step is to open a demat account. Demat (Dematerialised) account refers to an account which an Indian citizen must open with the depository participant (banks and stock brokers) to trade in listed securities in "electronic form.
    The securities are held in the electronic form by a depository. ‘Depository’ is an institution/organisation which holds securities (e.g. shares, debentures, bonds, mutual funds, etc) in electronic form, in which trading is done.
  3. Placing the Order: The next step is to place the order with the broker. The order can be communicated to the broker either personally or through telephone, cell phone, e-mail, etc.
    The instructions should specify the securities to be bought or sold and the price range within which the order is to be executed. Only the securities of listed companies can be traded on the stock exchange.
  4. Executing the Order: According to the instructions of the investor, the broker buys or sells securities. The broker, then issues a contract note. A copy of the contract note contains the name and the price of securities, names of the parties, brokerage charges, etc. It is duly signed by the broker.
  5. Settlement: This is the last stage in the trading of securities done by the brokers on behalf of their clients. The mode of settlement depends upon the nature of the contract. Equity spot markets follow a T + 2 rolling settlement. This means that any trade taking place on Monday gets settled by Wednesday. Stock, exchange operates from Monday to Friday between 9:55am and 3:30pm. Each exchange has its own clearing house, which assumes all settlement risk.
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Neeti Aggarwal 1 week, 3 days ago

Planning is defined as the setting objectives for the given time period, formulating the various courses of action available and then selecting the best possible alternative from among the courses of action available.

Priyanshi Saini 1 week, 4 days ago

Deciding in advance the all course of action

Sameer Ahmad 1 week, 4 days ago

Khoob b.st padh rhe ho....Ncert book me dekho mil jayega... (sameer)
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Karan Chopra 10 hours ago

To match the actual performance with the planned performance...

Abhishek Jha 1 week, 3 days ago

Because without cotrolling organisation cannot run smoothly

Md.Shahid Ansari 1 week, 4 days ago

What is management

Pranjali Varshney 1 week, 4 days ago

Because if we are not check our planning in particular area or another key areas and also not compare actual performance with planned that's by controlling is needed.
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Aarya Ranpise 3 days, 20 hours ago

It refers to management of all the activities related to marketing or planning , organising , staffing , directing and controlling of activities which result in exchange of good and services

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