Matching Type MCQs of Directing Business studies class 12

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Looking for Matching Type MCQs of Directing chapter with answers of Business studies class 12 CBSE, ISC and other state Board.

We have compiled important Multiple Choice Questions of Directing chapter with answers of Business studies class 12.

Matching Type Multiple Choice Questions of Directing chapter with answers of BST class 12

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From the set of statements given in Column I and Column II, choose the correct pair of statements:

Column – AColumn – B
A) Autocratic Leadershipi) Leader develops action plans and makes decisions in consultation with his subordinates
B) Formal Communicationii) It is less reliable and may create rumours.
C) Free Rein Leadershipiii) Leader does not believe in the use of power unless it is absolutely essential.
D) Security Needsiv) These needs include the need for affection, a sense of belongingness, acceptance, and friendship.

Options

a) A – i
b) B – ii
c) C – iii
d) D – iv

Ans – c)

Match the statements given under A with the correct options given under B.

Column – (A)Column – (B)
i) Informal CommunicationA) It aims at achieving organisational goals
B) It aims at achieving personal needs and interests

Options

a) i – A
b) i – B

Ans – b)

Match the ‘Financial and Non-Financial Incentives’ given under ‘A’ with the suitable statements under ‘B’.

Column – (A)Column – (B)
i) Co-partnershipA) Employees should be provided the opportunity to improve their skills and be promoted to higher-level jobs.
ii) Career Advancement OpportunityB) Employees are offered company shares at a price less than the market price.
iii) StatusC) Refers to the ranking of positions in the organisation.

Options

a) i – B, ii – A, iii – C
b) i – A, ii – B, iii – C
c) i – C, ii – A, iii – B
d) i – A, ii – C, iii – B

Ans – a)

Match the needs of ‘Maslow’s Need Hierarchy Theory’ given under ‘A’ with the suitable statements under ‘B’:

Column – AColumn – B
i) Basic Physiological NeedsA) Include factors such as growth, self-fulfillment, and achievement of goals.
ii) Self Actualisation NeedsB) Acceptance and friendship help to satisfy the need.
iii) Affiliation NeedsC) Basic salary helps to satisfy the need.
iv) Esteem NeedsD) Stability of income and Pension plans helps to satisfy the need.
v) Safety NeedsE) Include factors such as self respect, autonomy status, etc.

Options

a) i – C, ii – A, iii – B, iv – E, v – D
b) i – A, ii – B, iii – C, iv – D, v – E
c) i – B, ii – A, iii – D, iv – C, v – E
d) i – D, ii – B, iii – A, iv – C, v – E

Ans- a)

Match the ‘Financial and Non-Financial Incentives’ given under ‘A’ with the suitable statements under ‘B’

Column – AColumn – B
i) Pay and AllowancesA) Concerned with designing jobs that include a greater variety of work content, require a higher level of knowledge and skill, etc.
ii) Job EnrichmentB) Fringe benefits like car allowance, medical aid etc. are offered over and above the salary.
iii) PerquisitesC) It includes basic pay, dearness allowance, and other allowances

Options

a) i – C, ii – A, iii – B
b) i – A, ii – B, iii – C
c) i – B, ii – C, iii – A
d) i – A, ii – C, iii – B

An s- a)

Match the items given under ‘A’ with the suitable statements under ‘B’.

Column – (A)Column – (B)
i) Organisational BarriersA) Personal factors of both sender and receiver may exert influence on effective communication.
ii) Psychological BarriersB) Factors related to organisation structure, authority relationships, etc act as barriers to effective communication.
iii) Personal BarriersC) Concerned with obstructions in the process of encoding and decoding of the message into words.
iv) Semantic BarriersD) Emotional factors act as barriers to communicators.

Optoins

a) i – B, ii – D, iii – A, iv – C
b) i – A, ii – B, iii – C, iv – D
c) i – C, ii – A, iii – B, iv – D
d) i – D, ii – B, iii – A, iv – C

Ans – a)

Match the ‘Financial and Non-Financial Incentives’ given under ‘A’ with the suitable statements under ‘B’.

Column – (A)Column – (B)
i) Employee Recognition ProgrammesA) Individual autonomy, reward orientation, and consideration to employees are some of its examples
ii) Organisational ClimateB) Involving employees in the decision-making of the issues related to them.
iii) BonusC) Congratulating the employee for good performance.
iv) Employee ParticipationD) It is an incentive offered over and above the salary.

Options

a) i – C, ii – A, iii – D, iv – B
b) i – A, ii – B, iii – C, iv – D
c) i – B, ii – A, iii – D, iv – C
d) i – D, ii – C, iii – B, iv – A

Ans – a)

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