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2010 University of Allahabad Commerce Allahabad University, B.Com. (Part-II) Examination, Business Finance University Question paper
B.Com. (Part-II) Examination, 2010
Time Allowed: Three Hours] [Maximum Marks: 100
Note: This paper is divided into two parts-'A' and 'B'. Answer all questions from part-
'A' and any three questions from part 'B'. Use of calculator is not allowed.
Note: Attempt all eight questions. Answer in not more than 100 words. Each question carries 5 marks.
1. Describe the nature of financial decision.
2. Critically examine 'profit maximization' as the objective of business.
3. Explain discounting technique for adjustment of time value of money.
4. Explain cost concept as relevant for constructing Balance Sheet.
5. Distinguish funds flow statement and income statement.
6. What are the characteristics of 'under-capitalization'?
7. Calculate Break-Even point in units and rupees and (ii)Profit-Volume Ratio from the following information:
Fixed Cost per year 10,500/=
Variable Cost per unit 3.50
Selling Price per unit 5.00
8. What is financial liverage? How is it measured?
Note: Attempt any three questions. The maximum word limit to answer each question
is 600 words. Each question carries 20 marks.
9. What is the importance of Ratio Analysis? Describe the main liquidity ratios. How are they computed?
10. Discus any one method of capital budgeting with the help of suitable example.
11. Explain the causes and effect of over-capitalization. What steps should be taken for its correction?
12. Explain the Walter Model for dividend decision. What are the shortcomings of this model?
13. Critically examine the assumptions and techniques of Break-Even Point Analysis.
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