CBSE Class 11 Business Studies Sample Paper Set H

CBSE Class 11 Business Studies Sample Paper Set H. 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 Why is business considered an economic activity? 

2 How would you classify business activities? 

3 Name an enterprise formed by people desirous of getting housing facility at lower cost.

4 Name the Central Bank of our country. 

5 Explain the concept of public sector and private sector. 

6 Name the Board that takes up reconstruction of sick public sector units. 

7 Define the term 'e-banking'. 

8 Briefly explain the term 'Voluntary association'. 

9 If one starts a business which objective will be of utmost importance to you and why?

10 Explain the term 'Minimum Subscription'.  

11 'Insured must disclose the relevant facts related to subject matter.' Explain the underlying principle.

12 What is the role of Karta in Joint Hindu Family business? 

13 What is meant by 'partner by estoppel'? Explain. 

14 Why is the government company form of organisation preferred to other types in the public sector?

15 Explain the functions of commercial banks. 

16 What is business risk? What is its nature? 

17 How does the government maintain a regional balance in the country? 

18 Sandu insured his house for Rs.50,00,000 against fire. A fire took place and the amount of loss was assessed at Rs.30,00,000. Sandu is claiming Rs.50,00,000 from the insurance company. But the insurance company wants to pay only Rs.30,00,000. You have to assess the amount payable to Sandu. Also, explain the underlying principle of insurance.

19 What are the benefits of entering into joint ventures?

20 Kiran is a sole proprietor. Over the past decade, her business has grown :from operating a neighborhood comer shop selling accessories such as artificial jewellery, bags, hair clips and nail art to a retail chain with three branches in the city. Although she looks after the varied functions in all the branches, she is wondering whether she should form a company to better manage the business. She also has plans to open branches countrywide.

(a) Explain two benefits of remaining a sole proprietor.

(b) Explain two benefits of converting to a joint stock company.

(c) What role will her decision to go nationwide play in her choice of form of the organisation?

(d) What legal formalities will she have to undergo to operate business as a company?

21 Why does business need multiple objectives? Explain any five such objectives?

22 'Auxiliaries to business activities are indispensable.' Discuss.  

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