CBSE Class 11 Business Studies Sample Paper Set V

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Q.1. Is a sole proprietor bound to publish his business accounts? 

Q.2. Mention the functions of e-business besides e-commerce. 

Q.3. Name any two types of partners who neither contribute capital nor share profits or losses. 

Q.4. Which program replicates itself on other computer systems and results in disruption of functioning, damage to target data files or complete destruction of the system? 

Q.5. What is the main function of BFIR? 

Q.6. How does a male person become member of a Joint Hindu Family business? 

Q.7. MOFA stands for ---------- 

Q.8. In whose name are the shares of the government company purchased? 

Q.9. What is visible trade? 

Q.10. Name the government banker which supervises, controls and regulates the activities of all the commercial banks in the country. 

Q.11. What is portfolio investment? 

Q.12. Name two savings scheme available in the post office.

Q.13. “An activity can be an economic activity in one situation and non economic in another situation”. Do you agree? Give an example to justify your statement. 

Q.14. State any three activities which can be suitably undertaken by cooperative societies. 

Q.15. Explain any three advantages of international business to firms. 

Q.16. Explain the concept of mutual agency in a partnership firm. 

Q.17. State any three benefits of e-banking to customers. 

Q.18. Discuss as to why nations trade. 

Q.19. What privileges are enjoyed by a private company over a public company? 

Q.20. Identify the functions of warehousing being performed in each of the following cases.

i) A wholesaler buys wheat and rice in large quantities from the market and gets it stored in his warehouse. In the warehouse, it is repacked in small quantities and then supplied to various retailers.

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