CBSE Class 12 Business Studies - Planning

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CBSE Assignment  for Class XII Business Studies. Prepared by teachers of one of the best CBSE schools in Delhi. Based on CBSE and CCE guidelines. The students should practice these assignments to gain perfection which will help him to get more marks in CBSE examination.

1 Mark Questions

1. Define planning.

2. Explain Procedures.

3. Define Rules.

4. Write the meaning of Budgets.

5. Write one difference between Policies & Procedure.

6. One of the function of management is considered as base for all other function. Name that functions.

7. Name the types of plan in which the movement of competitors is considered.

8. No Smoking in the work shop This statement is related to which types of plan.

9. We do not sell on credit This statement is related to which types of plan.

10. Write the meaning of strategies.

3 and 4 Marks Question

11. Planning is the heart of management . How?

12. Control is blind without planning. How?

13. How planning proviide base to controlling?

14. Write the difference between rules and policies.

15. Write the difference between Policies & Procedures.

5 - 6 Marks Question :-

16. Explain any four types of planning.

17. In spite of best effort of managers sometime planning fails to achieve desired result due to its limitations. Explain.

18. Planning keeps the organisation on the right path. In this reference explain the importance of Planning.

19. Explain the features of Planning.

20. Explain the limitations of Planning.

21. Explain the process of Planning.


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