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Important TEE questions for MS 9 and MS 11

MS 9 and 11 are very interesting subjects.

Ms 09 contain small numericals also.

MS 09 has following chapters containing numericals :
  • Chapter 2         - The firm objectives and decision issues
  • Chapter 3         - Basic techniques of managerial economics
  • Chapter 4         - Demand concepts & analysis
  • Chapter 5        - Demand Elasticities
  • Chapter 7         - Production function
  • Chapter 8 & 9  - Cost concepts & analysis
  • Chapter 12       - Pricing under pure competition & pure monopoly
  • Chapter 14       - Pricing

So, first of all:
  1. Prepare the numericals part as those are very easy and would get you easily upto 30-40 marks in your exams.
  2. Prepare through previous years TEE solved papers & follow the pattern carefully.
  3. While studying topics of these subjects, strengthen up your understanding and co-relate with the live examples you know about business, jobs, corporates, small enterprises etc.
  4. Attempt any of the paper before your exam to check how much you can write and explain. This will improve your writing habits for exams.
  5. Pay attention to the diagrams & graphs related questions. Develop your understanding towards diagrams & graphs. In fact, learning with diagrams & graphs make you understand easily.

MS 04 TEE Suggestions - DEC 2010

Given below questions are important from exam point of view. Generally these questions have been asked in previous years papers. 

1. What is Accounting Standards? How do they differ from Accounting Concepts? Why should the accounting practices be standardized?

2. What do you understand by Zero Base Budgeting? Discuss the steps that
are involved in the preparation of Zero Base Budgeting and describe its advantages over a traditional budget.

3. What do you mean by DCF techniques of Capital Budgeting? Briefly
     explain the NPV method and IRR method. Which of the two would you
     rank better and why?

4. Distinguish between / Short notes:

a. Cash Budget and Cash Flow Statement
b. Right shares, Bonus shares and Preference shares.
c. Capitalization of Reserve and capital Reserve
d. Imputed costs, Opportunity costs, Sunk costs, and Shut Down costs
e. Gross Working Capital and Net Working Capital
f. Committed Fixed Cost and Discretionary Fixed Cost
g. Sales Price variance and Sales Volume variance
h. Internal Audit and External Audit
i. Absorption costing and marginal costing
j. Amortization and Appropriation
k. Business Entity, Accrual, Consistency and Materiality concept
l. Rolling Budget and Flexible Budget

5. Explain the following statements:

a. “An investor in shares considers not only its EPS but also PE ratio.”
b. “Higher profit margins need not necessarily lead to higher rate of return on investment.”
c. “A high operating leverage is not always desirable.”
d. “Dividend, Investment and Financing decisions are inter-dependent.”
e. “Weighted average cost of capital would always be higher, if the market value weights are used.”
f. “Accounting is closely connected with control.”
g. “The cost concept of accounting meets all the three basic criteria of relevance, objectivity and feasibility.”

6. How would you compare the actual performance of a business with the
     budgeted performance? Discuss the important ratios used for this

7. Discuss the relationship of financial leverage and operating leverage with 
     an example.  How would you appraise the technical feasibility and   
     financial viability of a project?

8. What do you understand by the term Pay-out ratio? What factors are 
     considered while determining pay-out ratio? Should a company follow a  
     fixed pay-out ratio policy?

9. What is composite cost of capital? How is it calculated? What is its role in 
     determining the optimal debt equity mix? Explain fully.

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How to write solutions for case studies in Exams?

 For solving a case study, you need to take care of following things:

1. Go through the case study very well and understand the concepts applied to it e.g. merger & acquisition etc.

2. Point out or underline those lines in the provided case study which remind you of the terminology you studied in the concerned chapter.

3. Analyse the situations asked in the questions.

4. Finally, answer them as per your drawn conclusions.

5. For better understanding, refer previous years solved TEE papers those contain solved case studies. It will let you understand the theories applied in such case studies

6. You need not to be too professional to write the solutions. Just write what you grasp, analyse and find the perfect solution for the provided case

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