Dr. B. R. AMBEDKAR OPEN UNIVERSITY ROAD NO. 46, ... Dr. B. R. AMBEDKAR OPEN UNIVERSITY ROAD NO. 46,

  • View
    0

  • Download
    0

Embed Size (px)

Text of Dr. B. R. AMBEDKAR OPEN UNIVERSITY ROAD NO. 46, ... Dr. B. R. AMBEDKAR OPEN UNIVERSITY ROAD NO. 46,

  • Dr. B. R. AMBEDKAR OPEN UNIVERSITY

    ROAD NO. 46, JUBILEE HILLS, HYDERABAD – 500 033

    Dear Student,

    We are enclosing two assignments in each course, for all the courses of M.Com. (2017-18 and 2018-19 Batches). Please note the following points while answering these assignments:

    1. Assignments are compulsory for M.Com. Programs. They have a weightage of 30% in each course.

    2. You have to submit both the assignments compulsorily. You will not be allowed to appear for the year-end examinations for any course, if you do not submit the specified number of assignments in time for that course.

    3. Each assignment carries a maximum of 15 marks and you have to get a minimum of 40% of marks, i.e., 6 out of 15, to qualify in that assignment. If you fail to get the minimum marks in any

    assignment, you have to resubmit that particular assignment along with the relevant batch.

    Repetition of the same assignment will not be allowed.

    4. The maximum marks for each course at the year-end examination are 70 and you have to get a minimum of 40% i.e., 28 out of 70.

    5. Division will be awarded on the basis of the aggregate marks obtained in assignments as well as

    in the year-end examinations.

    6. Dates of submission for the assignments are:

    FIRST ASSIGNMENT : 30.06.2019

    SECOND ASSIGNMENT : 04.08.2019

    [

    ASSIGNMENTS SUBMITTED AFTER THE DUE DATE WILL NOT BE

    ACCEPTED.

    7. If, under unavoidable circumstances, you fail to submit the assignments within the stipulated time, your results will be declared only after the submission and evaluation of all the assignments.

    8. If any student fails to submit all the assignments within the stipulated time, he/she has to answer

    the set of assignments that are sent to the batch in progress at that time.

    9. You have to submit your assignments in the Study Centre to which you are attached.

    10. The first page of your response sheet should be in the following format.

    Enrolment No. :

    Name of the Candidate :

    Address :

    Mobile No. :

    Email ID :

    Name of the Programme :

  • Course Code & Title :

    Assignment No. :

    Study Centre :

    Date of Submission :

    Signature :

    11. Please go through the relevant course units thoroughly before you answer

    assignments.

    12. If the assignment is of a problem model, you have to answer it in the proper

    format. You should give working notes also wherever necessary.

    13. Before submitting the assignment, check it up carefully to make sure that you have attempted all the main points of the question.

    14. You are required to use only foolscap size paper for your response. Allow some margin on the

    left in order to facilitate the evaluator to record his comments.

    15. You have to answer the assignments in your own words.

    16. Do not copy from the response sheets of other students. If copying is noticed, the assignments of all such students will be rejected.

    17. Start each assignment on separate sheets of paper. 18. You can consult your counsellors and get clarification on your doubts, if any, while answering the

    assignments.

    19. The assignments should be neatly hand written. Typed or Computerized assignments will not

    be accepted. 20. You have to prepare your responses in duplicate, submit the original at your study centre and file

    the second copy with you as a record.

    21. You can collect back the evaluated assignments from your study centre, if you want.

    22. In case you request for a change of study centre, you should submit your assignments only to the original study centre until the University effects the change of the study centre.

    23. Further correspondence should be made to the following address:

    The Director (SSB)

    Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Open University

    Prof. G. Ram Reddy Marg,

    Road No.46, Jubilee Hills,

    Hyderabad – 500 033.

    Sd/-

    HEAD

    DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

  • Dr. B. R. AMBEDKAR OPEN UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

    MASTER OF COMMERCE PROGRAMME

    M.Com (P) –1: ORGANISATION THEORY AND BEHAVIOUR

    (2018-19 Batch) I YEAR

    ASSIGNMENT – I

    Answer all questions

    Each question carries FIVE marks

    (Marks: 15)

    1. a) Explain the principles of Classical Organisation Theory.

    b) Define ‘System’ and explain the different subsystems.

    2. a) Explain the various approaches to study Organisational Behaviour.

    b) Discuss the similarities and dissimilarities among the four models of

    Organisational Behaviour.

    3. a) Explain the advantages and disadvantages of Self-actualising models of man.

    b) Define learning and explain the process, types and functions of learning.

    ASSIGNMENT – II

    Answer all questions

    Each question carries FIVE marks

    (Marks: 15)

    1. a) Define the term ‘group’ and explain the stages of group formation. Analyse why people

    join groups.

    b) What is resistance to change? As an individual, why would you resist change? How do

    you manage resistance to change?

    2. Define communication. Describe the process of communication. Analyse the barriers to

    organisational communication.

    3. a) “Leadership is the driving force which gets things done by others”. Illustrate.

    b) Explain the significance of Organisational Climate in the context of productivity,

    profitability and job satisfaction.

  • Dr. B. R. AMBEDKAR OPEN UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

    MASTER OF COMMERCE PROGRAMME

    M.Com (P) – 2: ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGEMENT

    (2018-19 Batch) I YEAR

    ASSIGNMENT – I

    Answer all questions

    Each question carries FIVE marks (Marks: 15)

    1. Who are the users of accounting data? What are their informational needs? Explain how

    accounting data helps various parties in taking rational decisions.

    2. You have been supplied data for a company and its industry averages.

    i) Determine the indicated ratios for the company; and

    ii) Indicate the company’s strengths and weaknesses in terms of liquidity, solvency and profitability, as revealed by your analysis.

    Balance Sheet as at March 31, 20018

    Liabilities Rs. Assets Rs.

    Equity share capital 1,00,00,000 Plant and equipment 1,51,00,000 10% Preference share capital 40,00,000 Cash 12,30,000

    Retained earnings 27,40,000 Drs. 36,00,000

    Long-term debt 34,00,000 Stock 60,80,000

    Sundry Crs. 31,50,000 Outstanding Exps. 1,20,000

    Other current liabilities 26,00,000

    --------------------- --------------------- 2,60,10,000 2,60,10,000

    ============= =============

    Statement of profit for the year ended March 31, 2018

    Rs. Rs.

    Sales-Net 2,25,00,000

    Less-cost of goods sold 1,52,50,000

    Selling expenses 29,50,000 Administrative expenses 14,80,000

    Research and development 6,50,000

    Interest 2,90,000 2,06,20,000

    ------------------- -------------------- Earnings before taxes 18,80,000

    Less: Income tax(0.35) 6,58,000

    -------------------- 12,22,000 --------------------

    Dividends paid to equity share holders 5,00,000

    =============

  • Financial Ratios of Industry

    i. Current ratio 2.2 ii. Stock turnover (lines) 2.8 iii. Collection period (days) 56 iv. Total debt/shareholders equity (%) 45 v. Internet coverage ratio (times) 10 vi. Turnover of assets (times) 1.35 vii. Income before tax/sales(%) 11.9 viii. Rate of return on shareholder’s equity (%) 10.9

    3. From the comparative balance sheets of MS Ltd., prepare a statemen

Recommended

View more >