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# 2010 Karnataka State Open University M.Com Commerce Previous Examination quetions papers of KSOU Mysore MCom(commerece) june 2010 Annual Question paper

 Course: M.Com Commerce University/board: Karnataka State Open University

MCO (P) 94
M.Com. (Previous) Examination, June 2010
COMMERCE (SIM)
Course – IV : Accounting Theory and Practice

Time : 3 Hours Max. Marks : 90
PART – A

Answer any three questions. Each question carries 15 marks. (15×3=45)
1. Define accounting. Explain in detail the need and scope of accounting.
2. What is Human Resource Accounting ? Discuss the various methods of valuation
of human resources in India.
3. What is financial statement analysis ? Explain the various tools of financial
statement analysis.
4. From the following information, you are required to prepare a Balance Sheet.
Current Ratio 1.75
Quick Ratio 1.25
Stock Turnover Ratio (Based on Closing Stock) 9 times
Gross Profit Ratio 25%
Average Collection Period (in months) 1.5
Ratio of Reserves to Capital 0.2
Turnover of Fixed Assets 1.2
Debt-Equity 0.6
Fixed Assets to Net Worth 1.25
Sales for the year Rs. 24,00,000

MCO (P) 94 -2-
5. From the following summarized Balance Sheets of Sri. Raghavendra Co. Ltd.,
as on 31-03-2008 and 31-03-2009, prepare
a) Statement showing changes in working capital
b) Funds flow statement.
Liabilities 31-03-2008 31-03-2009
Rs. Rs.
Share Capital 4,50,000 5,00,000
General Reserve 3,00,000 3,10,000
Profit and Loss Account 56,000 68,000
Creditors 1,68,000 1,34,000
Mortgage Loan – 2,20,000
Provision for taxation 75,000 10,000
10,49,000 12,42,000
Assets 31-03-2008 31-03-2009
Rs. Rs.
Fixed Assets 4,00,000 3,20,000
Investments 50,000 60,000
Stock 2,40,000 2,10,000
Debtors 2,10,000 4,55,000
Bank 1,49,000 1,97,000
10,49,000 12,42,000
a) Investments costing Rs. 8,000 were sold during the year for Rs. 8,500.
b) Provision for taxation made during the year amounted to Rs. 9,000.
c) During the year, a part of the fixed assets costing Rs. 10,000 were sold for
Rs. 12,000.
d) Dividend paid during the year amounted to Rs. 40,000.
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PART – B

Answer any three questions. Each question carries 10 marks. (10×3=30)
6. Give an account of procedures followed in government system of accounting in
India.
7. Discuss the various accounting conventions which influence the preparation of
financial statements.
8. Explain the concept of Responsibility Accounting.
9. The Balance Sheet of Aashish Ltd. revealed the following among other things.
31-3-2006 31-3-2007
Inventories 5,50,000 6,10,000
Book Debts 4,50,000 5,50,000
Cash at Bank 60,000 80,000
Advances for supply of materials 1,00,000 1,26,500
Due to suppliers 2,50,000 3,22,000
During 2006-07, material prices rose by 15% and those of finished goods by
10%. Calculate the monetary working capital adjustment to be made under current
cost accounting system.
10. The working capital of ABC Ltd. has deteriorated in recent years and now stands
as under.
Current Assets : Inventory 5,60,000; Debtors 3,50,000 and Cash 70,000
Current Liabilities : Creditors 4,90,000 and Bank Loan 2,10,000
a) Compute the current and quick ratios.
b) A further bank loan of Rs. 50,000 against debtors is under negotiation.
Assuming the loan is revised, calculate the revised current and quick ratios.

PART – C

Answer any three sub-questions. Each sub-question carries five marks. (5×3=15)
11. a) Give a brief account of Indian GAAP.
b) What is meant by inflation accounting ?
c) How are cash flows classified in a cash flow statement ?
d) Write a note on bench marking.
e) What are the limitations of ratio analysis ?
_________________

M.Com. (Previous) Examination, June 2010
( SIM)
COMMERCE
Paper – V : Human Resource Management
Time : 3 Hours Max. Marks : 90

PART – A

Answer any 3 questions. Each question carries 15 marks. (15×3=45)
1. Describe the nature and importance of employee selection. Explain briefly the
steps involved in selection process.
2. How can performance appraisal be made more effective ? Discuss.
3. Describe the scope and significance of human resource management.
4. What are the objectives of human resource planning ? Illustrate with examples
the process of man power planning at the enterprise level.
5. What is internal and external recruitment ? Explain with examples

PART – B

Answer any three questions. Each question carries 10 marks. (10×3=30)
6. Explain the important methods of on the job and off the job training programmes.
7. Discuss some important methods of employment interviews.
8. Explain some important employment tests.
9. Describe the essentials of a good wage incentive plan.
10. Describe the need and significance of HRD.
SECTION – A
Answer any three questions. Each question carries 15 marks : (15×3=45)
1. Describe the concept of marketing in the context of changing business
environment.
2. Discuss the various stages in the buying decision process.
3. Explain the procedure for setting the price for a new product.
4. Explain the basis employed to segment consumer markets.
5. Discuss the various sales promotion techniques for consumer durables.SECTION – B
Answer any three questions. Each question carries 10 marks : (10×3=30)
6. What are the factors affecting channel selections for shopping goods ?
7. Discuss the stages in marketing research process.
8. What marketing strategies are appropriate at each stage of the product life cycle ?
9. Explain the steps in designing an advertising copy.
10. Discuss any two models of consumer behaviour.

SECTION – C

Answer any three sub-questions. Each sub-question carries five marks : (5×3=15)
11. a) Selling concept
b) Marketing Mix
d) Promotional Strategy
e) Retail Marketing.
 M.Com. (Previous) Examination, June 2010
(SIM)
COMMERCE
Paper – II : Business Policy and Environment
Time : 3 Hours Max. Marks : 90

SECTION – A
Answer any three questions. Each question carries 15 marks : (3×15=45)
1. Discuss the internal and external factors affecting business.
2. Discuss the relevance of MRTP Act in today's business environment.
3. What is social responsibility of business ? Explain the arguments for and against
4. What is business policy ? Explain the essentials of business policy.
5. State the elements of economic environment and explain their influence on

SECTION – B
Answer any three questions. Each question carries 10 marks : (3×10=30)
6. Explain the factors influencing the process of setting business objectives.
7. Explain the principles, advantages and limitations of planning.
8. Define SWOT analysis. Explain its role in strategy formulation.
9. Explain the responsibility of Government towards business.
10. Explain the elements of personnel policy of an organisation.

SECTION – C

Answer any three sub-questions. Each sub-question carries 5 marks : (3×5=15)
11. a) Doctrine of Trusteeship.
b) Strategic Management.
c) Cultural environment.
d) Economic liberalization.
e) Marketing policy.

M.Com. (Previous) Examination, June 2010
(SIM)
COMMERCE

Principles of Management (Paper – I)

Time : 3 Hours Max. Marks: 90

SECTION – A
Note : Answer any three questions. Each question carries 15 marks. (15×3=45)
1. How the management differ from administration ? Explain the role and functions
of management.
2. What is MBO ? What are the advantages and limitations of MBO ?
3. Draw a chart of Matrix Organization and explain the merits and demerits of
matrix organization.
5. Define communication. What are the barriers of good communication and how
to overcome these ?
SECTION – B
Note : Answer any three questions. Each question carries 10 marks. (10×3=30)
6. Compare and contrast the contributions of F.W. Taylor and Henry Fayol.
7. "Forecasting is a systematic analysis of past and present conditions" Explain.
8. Define direction. Explain various principles of direction.
9. What do you mean job analysis ? Explain the characteristics of a good job
analysis.
10. Define the process involved in controlling. What are the requisites of effective
control system ?

SECTION – C
Note : Answer any three sub-questions. Each sub-question carries 5 marks. (5×3=(5×3=15)
11. a) The quantitative approach
b) Planning Techniques
c) Objectives and policies
d) Authority and accountability

M.Com. (Previous) Examination, June 2010
(SIM)
COMMERCE
Paper – III : Marketing Management

Time : 3 Hours Max. Marks : 90

SECTION – A
Answer any three questions. Each question carries 15 marks : (15×3=45)
1. Describe the concept of marketing in the context of changing business
environment.
2. Discuss the various stages in the buying decision process.
3. Explain the procedure for setting the price for a new product.
4. Explain the basis employed to segment consumer markets.
5. Discuss the various sales promotion techniques for consumer durables.

SECTION – B
Answer any three questions. Each question carries 10 marks : (10×3=30)
6. What are the factors affecting channel selections for shopping goods ?
7. Discuss the stages in marketing research process.
8. What marketing strategies are appropriate at each stage of the product life cycle ?
9. Explain the steps in designing an advertising copy.
10. Discuss any two models of consumer behaviour.

P SECTION – C
Answer any three sub-questions. Each sub-question carries five marks : (5×3=15)
11. a) Selling concept
b) Marketing Mix
d) Promotional Strategy
e) Retail Marketing._________________

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