CBSE Class 11 Business Studies Sample Paper Set 2 Solved

CBSE Class 11 Business Studies Sample Paper Set 2 Solved. It’s always recommended to practice as many sample papers as possible before the examinations. Students can download the sample papers and also question papers of previous years to practice and score better marks in examinations. Refer to other links too for more sample papers. 

1 Name the risk which involves both the possibility of loss as well as the possibility of profit.

2 Define „Multiple Option Deposit Account‟.

3 “Banks are both borrowers and lenders of funds”. Explain.

4 Small scale industries can be widely spread & the benefits of industrialization can be reaped by every region. How does this feature of SSIs contribute to the country?

5 Why financial institutions are called „Development Banks‟?

6 “Mail order houses do not extend credit facilities to their customers”. Which merit of mail order houses is being referred to in the above statement?

7 Mr. Rohan is an active partner of a partnership firm, Hi – tech Constructions. He applies for a loan from Easy Finance Co. He is accompanied by his friend, Mr. Swarn for a business meeting with Easy Finance Co. Mr. Swarn, though not a partner of Hi – tech Constructions, actively participates in the meeting and requests the financier to approve the loan. Which type of a partner is Mr. Swarn?

8 State any two areas in which Commerce and Industry Associations intervene.

9 Differentiate between Business & Profession on the basis of mode of establishment, nature of work and qualification.

10 A company took fire insurance policy for Rs. 5 lakh. After three months, due to fire, insured suffered a loss of Rs. 2 lakh. How much money will the company get and why? Name and explain the principle of insurance applicable here.

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