CBSE Class 11 Business Studies Sample Paper Set I

CBSE Class 11 Business Studies Sample Paper Set I. 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 Oil refinery and sugar mills can be broadly classified under which type of industry?

2 The structure in which there is separation of ownership and management is called:

(a)Sole Proprietorship



(d)All business organization

3 Explain 'statement in lieu of prospectus'. 

4 What is 'centralised control' in case of MNCs? 

5 How does discounting of bills provided by commercial banks help businessmen?

6 This is not an application of e-business:

(a)Online bidding

(c)Online trading

(b)Online procurement

(d)Contract R&D

7 Define 'Social Responsibility'.

8 Name some international agencies which help in raising funds through international market. ·

9 What are the different parameters used to measure the size of business?

10 Explain the term 'Tax Holiday'.

11 'Promoter is neither the trustee nor agent of the company'. Comment. 

12 Differentiate between Departmental Undertaking and Government Company on the basis of

(a)Formation (b)Financing and (c)Ownership. 

13 Explain the risks to security and safety of e-transactions. 

14 "Today businessmen are more conscious of their social responsibilities." Explain why, by giving three reasons.

15 Cottage industries are characterized by certain features. State any three.

16 Identify and explain the activities that remove the hindrances of:- 

(a)Time (b)Place (c)Risk (d)Finance

17 Despite limitations of size and resources many people continue to prefer Sole Proprietorship over other forms of business organizations. Why?

18 "E-banking has added value to banking relationship". Comment. 

19 Explain trade credit and bank credit as sources of short term finance for business enterprises.

20 State the functions of NSIC. 


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