Managerial Economics - a Company Has 5,000 Shares of Rs 100 Each. It Goes for Capital Restructuring and Issues Debentures for Rs 2,00,000 to Buy Back the Shares. If the Interest Rate on Debentures Is 10% with No Tax

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Section – A (Marks – 25)

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1. How is Price Elasticity measured?

2. State and explain the ‘Law of variable proportions’

3. Define ‘Production Function’. Explain with diagram, the three stages of the Law of Variable Proportions.

4. Define production function. State and explain the ‘Law of Diminishing Marginal Returns’

5. What is ‘Cost benefit analyses? Justify its use in the implementation of developmental projects.

Section – B (Marks – 25)

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1. What is ‘Segmentation’? Explain Product segmentation and Market segmentation concept.

2. What is ‘Wholesaling’? Discuss various benefits of Wholesaling.

3. Explain different Features of Perfect Competition.

4. Cost Volume Profit Analysis.

5. What is Capital Rationing?

Section – C (Marks – 50)

Attempt any five questions –

1- Explain in detail the nature and scope of Managerial Economics. How Micro Economics differs from Managerial Economics?

2. What is Empirical Production Function? Explain the optimum combination of inputs with diagrams.

3. What is Cost of Capital? Explain its structure and role in inter- national competitiveness.

4. What is Elasticity of Demand? Explain Price, Cross and Income Elasticity of Demand used in managerial decision making process.

5. What do you mean by Monopoly? How price and output is determined in short and long run in Monopoly Competition?

6. Describe the Oligopoly Model in detail.

7. Explain management of foreign exchange with special reference to India

Financial Management

Section – A (Marks – 25)

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1. Write an important condition for the adjustment of the cost of debt.

2. What does the cost of equity capital indicate?

3. Explain Capital Budgeting? What is post...

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