Matching Type MCQs of Principles of Management (Business Studies Class 12)

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Looking for important Matching type MCQs with answers of Principles of Management chapter of Business studies class 12 CBSE, ISC and other state board.

We have compiled very important Matching type multiple choice questions of chapter 2 (Principles of Management) of BST class 12

Matching Type Multiple choice Questions (MCQs) with answers of chapter 2 Business studies 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 – IColumn – II
A – Unity of Commandi) One head and one plan
B – Fatigue Studyii) Aims to cut down unproductive movements
C – Unity of Directioniii) Subordinate receive orders and is accountable to only one superior
D – Method Studyiv) One best way of doing a job

Options

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

Ans – d)

Match the functional foreman in Column I, with their functions in Column II, and choose the correct alternative:

Column – IColumn – II
A – Speed Bossi) Keeps machine and tools ready for work.
B – Gang Bossii) Proper working conditions of machine and tools
C – Repair Bossiii) Checks quality of work
D – inspectoriv) Timely completion of work

Options

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

Ans – b)

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

Column – AColumn – B
i) Functional ForemanshipA – Extension of principle of unit of command.
B – Extension of the principle of Division of work.

Options

a) i) – A
b) i) – B

Ans – b)

Match the techniques of scientific management in Column I with their aims in Column II, and choose the correct alternative:

Column – IColumn – II
A – Fatigue Studyi) Finds out one best way of doing a job
B – Time Studyii) Eliminates unnecessary movements in doing a job
C – Motion Studyiii) Determines standards
D – Method Studyiv) Determines rest intervals

Options

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

Ans – a)

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

Column – AColumn – B
i) Henri FayolA – Father of the scientific Management
ii) F.W. TaylorB – Father of General Management

Options

a) i) – B), ii) – A
b) i) – A, ii) – B

Ans – a)

Match the functional foremen in Column I with the jobs assigned to them in Column II, and choose the correct alternative.

Column – IColumn – II
A – Instruction card clerki) Specifies route of production
B – Route clerkii) Eensures discipline
C – Time and Cost Clerkiii) Drafts instructions for workers
D – Disciplinarianiv) Prepares time and cost sheet

Options

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

Ans – c)

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

Column – AColumn – B
i) OrderA – Employee turnover should be minimised to maintain ogranisational efficiency.
ii) Stability of PersonnelB – Management should promote a team spirit of unit and harmony among employees.
C – There should be a place for everything and everyone.

Options

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

Ans – a)

Match the techniques of scientific management in Column I with their objectives in Column II, and choose the correct alternative:

Column – IColumn – II
A – Method Studyi) Elimination of unnecessary movements
B – Motions Studyii) Determination of standard time for a well defined job
C – Time Studyiii) Find out one best way of doing the job

Options

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

Ans – b)

Match the ‘Techniques of Scientific Management given under A with the suitable statements under B.

Column – AColumn – B
i) Fatigue StudyA – Aims to differentiate between efficient and inefficient workers.
ii) Differential Piece Wage SystemB – Each worker to take orders from eight foreman in the related process.
iii) Functional ForemanshipC – Aims to determine the standard time taken to perform a well defined job.
iv) Time StudyD – Aims to determice the amount and frequency of rest intervals in completing a task.

Options.

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

Ans – a)

Match the principles of management in Column I with their correct statements in Column II, and choose the correct alternative:

Column – IColumn – II
A – Orderi) Use of ‘We’ instead of ‘I’
B – Equityii) A place for everything and everything at its place
C – Espirit de corpsiii) Equal wages for similar jobs

Options

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

Ans- d)

Match the Techniques of Scientific Management given under A with the sutiable statements under B.

Column – AColumn – B
i) Motion StudyA – Aims at eliminating unnecessary diversity of products.
ii) Standardisation of workB – Aims to find out one best way of doing the job.
iii) Method studyC – Aims to eliminate unnecessary movements in doing a job
iv) Simplification of WorkD – Refers to process of setting standards for every business activity.

Options

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

Ans – a)

Match the concepts with their interpretation.

TechniquesStatements
A – Principles of Managementi) Flexible
B – Principles of scienceii) Moral connotation
C – Valuesiii) A way to carry a particular task.
D – Techniquesiv) Rigid

Options

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

Ans – b)

Match techniques of scientific management with the suitable statements.

TechniquesStatements
A – Standardisationi) One best way of doing the job
B – Method Studyii) To establish interchangeability of manufactured parts and products
C – Fatigue Studyiii) Separation of planning and execution.
D – Functional Foremanshipiv) To determine the amount and frequency of rest intervals.

Options

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

Ans – b)

Match the column I with Column II.

IndicatorsScientific Principles
A – Extensions of the principle of Harmony not Discordi) Science, not rule of thumb
B – Management should share gains of the company.ii) Development of each and every person with workers to his or her greatest efficiency.
C – Each person should be scientifically selectediii) Harmony, not discord.
C – The more sophisticated the processes, greater would be the savingsiv) Cooperation, not indiviudalism.

Options

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

Ans – b)

Match functions with the nature of specialists.

FunctionsName of Boss
A – Keep machines and tools ready.i) Speed Boss
B – Keep check on quality of workii) Inspector
C – Timely and accurate completion of workiii) Repair Boss
D – Ensure proper working condition of machinesiv) Gang Boss

Options

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

Ans – a)

Match the statements with their respective principles:

TechniquesStatements
A – Initiativei) To insure fairness to all employees through kindness and justice
B – Remunerationii) To implement good suggestion system
C – Equityiii) Clear and fair agreements
D – Disciplineiv) Fair wages for reasonable standard of living.

Options

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

Ans – c)

Match the technique of scientific management given uner B with the suitable statements under A

Column – IColumn – II
A – One best way of doing the jobi) Simplification
B – Eliminates unnecessary diversity of products.ii) Standardisation
C – Setting standards for business activitiesiii) Motion Study
D – Eliminates unnecessary movementsiv) Method Study

Options

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

Ans – a)

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

Column – IColumn – II
A – Scientific Principles of Managementi) Fatigue Study
B – General principles of managementii) Technique of Taylor
C – Funcitonal foremanshipiii) Fayol
D – Rest intervals in Jobiv) Taylor

Options

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

Ans – c)

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