CBSE Class XII Business Studies - Staffing Notes 2

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CBSE Basic Concepts for Class 12 Business Studies -Staffing Notes 2 . Based on CBSE and CCE guidelines. The students should read these basic concepts to gain perfection which will help him to get more marks in CBSE examination.

One Marks Questions :-

1. Explain the meaning of ‘Staffing’.

2. Define ‘Placement’.

3. Why is selection considered to be a negative Process.

4. Give one advantage of Job Rotation training.

5. State one objective of Preliminary screening.

6. What is interview?

7. What do you mean by on the Job Training?

8. What do you mean by Recruitment?

3 or 4 Marks Questions :-

9. Explain any three types of selection Test.

10. Explain the meaning of selection and training.

11. “Internal sources of Recruitment are better than external sourcs of Recruitment”. Give reasons in support of your answer.

12. Write the difference between training and Development.

5 - 6 Marks Questions :-

13. Explain the importance of Staffing as the reference of Management function.

14. Describe briefly the steps involved in the process of staffing.

15. What do you mean by Training? What is their objective?

16. Explain in brief merits and limitation of external sources of recruitment.

17. “The process of selection starts where the process of recruitment ends.” In the light of this statement, explain the difference between recruitment and selection.

18. Explain the process of Selection.

19. Explain off the Job Training Method.

20. Explain the Advantages and Limitation of Internal Sources of Recruitment.


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