JNTU Exam Papers,II B.Tech I Semester Supplimentary Examinations, February 2008 MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS AND FINANCIAL ANALYSIS

II B.Tech I Semester Supplimentary Examinations, February 2008
MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS AND FINANCIAL ANALYSIS
( Common to Civil Engineering and Metallurgy & Material Technology)

SET-3

 

 

1. State the Law of Demand. What are the various factors that determine the demand for a mobile phone?

 
2. What are the various methods of demand forecasting. Evaluate various survey  based demand forecasting methods.

 
3. (a) What do you understand by ‘Law of increasing Returns?’ What causes make increasing returns operate?
(b) When do you notice ‘constant returns’ arising?
(c) Do diminishing returns apply only for agriculture or any other fields?

 
4. (a) What are the circumstances under which monopoly situation can emerge?
(b) ‘The monopolist always enjoys economic profits, rather than normal profits. Substantiate.

 
5. What are the objectives behind starting public sector enterprises in the country? To what extent have they fulfilled these objectives.

 

6. Enumerate briefly the major steps in capital budgeting.
7. The trial balance of Bharat is given below. Prepare the Trading and Profit & Loss A/c for the year ending 31st December, 2005 and Balance sheet as on that date.

Debit. Rs                    Credit. Rs.
Drawings and Capital                                                         10,550 1,                  19,400
Plant & Machinery                                                                38,300
Sundry debtors and creditors                                         62,000                      59,360
Wages                                                                                          43,750
Purchases and Sales                                                            2,56,590                 3,56,430
Opening stock                                                                          95,300
Salaries                                                                                      12,880
Insurance                                                                                      930
Cash at bank                                                                           18,970
Interest on loan                                                                    14,370
Discounts allowed                                                                  4,870
Furniture                                                                                  12,590
Loan payable                                                                          79,630
Furniture                                                                                 43,990

Total                                                                                     6,15,090                     6,15,090

Closing stock was valued at Rs.90,000.

 
8. Discuss the importance of Ratio Analysis for inter firm and intra-firm comparison,
including circumstances responsible for its limitations, if any.

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