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MIBM GLOBAL
Examination Paper
Principles and Practices of Management
Section A: Objective Type & Short Questions (30 marks)






This section consists of multiples choice and short notes type questions 
Part one carries 1 mark each & part two carries 5 marks each. 
Attempt all questions 

Part One
Multiple Choices:
1. A plan is a trap laid to capture the ________
a. Future
b. Past
c. Policy
d. Procedure
2. Which of the following is the function for employing suitable person for the enterprise?
a. Organizing
b. Staffing
c. Directing
d. Controlling
3. ___________ means “ group of activities & employees into departments”:
a. Orientation
b. Standardization
c. Process
d. Departmentation
4. This theory states that authority is the power that is accepted by others:
a. Acceptance theory
b. Competence theory
c. Formal authority theory
d. Informal authority theory
5. Which of the following means dispersal of decision-making power to the lower levels of the organization? a. Decentralization
b. Centralization
c. Dispersion
d. Delegation
6. This chart is the basic document of the organizational structure:
a. Functional chart
b. Posts chart
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c. Master chart
d. Departmental chart
7. Communication which flow from the superiors to subordinates with the help of scalar chain is known as:
a. Informal communication
b. Downward communication
c. Upward communication
d. Oral communication
8. Needs for belongingness, friendship, love, affection, attention & social acceptance are comes under___________ a. Physiological needs
b. Safety needs
c. Ego needs
d. Social needs
9. A management function which ensures “jobs to be filled with the right people, with the right knowledge, skill & attitude” is comes under__________
a. Staffing defined
b. Job analysis
c. Manpower planning
d. Recruitment
10. It is a process that…...

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