MCQ questions for class 12 Business Studies

MCQ questions for class 12 Business Studies


Q-1 Successful organisation do not achieve goals by chance but by a deliberate process known as….

(a) planning

(b) management 

(c) coordination

(d) controlling


Q-2 management is essential for the organisation which are…

(a) non-profit organisations

(b) service organisations

(c)socials organisations

(d) all of the above


Q-3 Rohan works as a production manager in global enterprises limited. He has been given the task of getting 1,000 units of hand woven table mats manufactured at the cost of rupees 150 per unit within 10 days in order to be acknowledged as an effective manager he must ensure that

(a) The cost of production does not exceed rupees 150 per unit.

(b) The work is completed within 10 days even at higher cost per unit.

(c) The the cost of production is less than rupees 150 per unit

(d) all of the above.


Q-4 Jay is working as a marketing manager in a company has been given the task of selling 100000 unit of product at a cost of rupees hundred per unit within 20 days he is able to sale all the units within the stipulated time but had to say last 1000 unit at 20% discount in order to complete the target in such a situation he will be considered to be

(a) an efficient manager

(b)an effective manager

(C) both effective and efficient manager

(d) None of the above


Q-5 Tarang enterprises limited is planning to increase its sales by 30% in the next quarter identify the feature of management being highlighted in the given statement.

(a) management is all pervasive

(b) management is a goal oriented process

(c) management is a continuous process

(d)All of the above


Q-6 management is a said to be poor if it is

(a) efficient but ineffective

(b) effective and inefficient

(c) both inefficient and ineffective

(d) All of the above


Q-7 Identify the process that provide the requisite amount, quality, timing and sequence of efforts which ensure that planned objectives are achieved with a minimum of conflict.

(a) Management

(b) planning

(c) coordination

(d) controlling


Q-8 Identify the feature of coordination being highlighted in the given statement “coordination is not a one time function it begins at the planning stage and continue till controlling.”

(a) co-ordination ensures unity of action

(b) coordination is an all pervasive function

(c) coordination is a continuous process

(d) coordination is a deliberate function.


Q-9 which of the following is true with reference to principles of management?

(a) The principles of management have evolved.

(b) The principles of management are yet to be evolved.

(c)The principles of management are in the continuous process of evolution.

(d)None of the above


Q-10 By profession,FW Taylor was a…

(a) Mechanical Engineer

(b) Mining Engineer

(c) psychologist

(d) Human resource officer


Q-11 The principles of pure science is  considered to be… nature.

(a) flexible

(b) Rigid

(c) Creative

(d) none of the above


Q-12 According to Taylor,even a small production activity like loading figures of iron into boxes can be scientifically plant and managed this can result in tremendous savings of human energy as well as wastage of time and materials.Identify the related principle of scientific management.

(a) Harmony not discord

(b) science not rule of thumb

(c) Development of each and every person to get his/her greatest efficiency and prosperity

(d) None of the above


Q-13 According to the principle of scientific management,” scientific management has for its foundation the form conviction that true interest of the management and workers are one and the same the prosperity for the employer cannot exist for a long time unless it is accompanied by prosperity for the employees and vice versa.”

(a) science not rule of thumb

(b) cooperation not individualism

(c) harmony not discord

(d) All of the above


Q-14 According to Taylor each specialist is to be assigned work according to his or her qualities the employees who possess technical mastery should be involved in planning work whereas those with energy and good health may be assigned execution work name the related principle of scientific management…

(a)Functional foremanship.

(b) science not rule of thumb

(c) Development of each and every person to his aur her greatest efficiency and prosperity.

(d) none of the above


Q-15 considering the fact that it is difficult to find one person single with all the needed qualities, taylor suggested appointment of a specialist through this technique of scientific management identify the technique.

(a) Standardisation and simplification of work

(b) method study

(c) Functional foremanship

(d) motion study


Q-16 According to the principle of general management ,”an organisation should save the world against abuse of managerial power but at the same time a manager should have the necessary authorities to carry out his responsibilities.” Name the principle of management being described in the given statement.

(a) Discipline

(b) Authority and responsibility

(c) unity of command

(d) unity of direction


Q-17 The application of this principle of management leads to higher production and better word for the same effort to identify the related principle of general management.

(a) Discipline


(c) Division of work

(d) order


Q-18 management should and ‘one best way’ to perform. which techniques of scientific management is defined in this sentence?

(a) Time study

(b) Motion study

(c) Fatigue study

(d) Method study


Q-19 which of the following statements is false about Taylor and fayol?

(a) Fayol was a mining whereas a Taylor was a mechanical engineer.

(b) Fayol’s principles are applicable in specialised situation where asTaylor’s principles have universal application.

(c) Fayol’s principles were formed through personal experience where as Taylor’s principles were formed through experimentation.

(d) Fayol’s principles are applicable at the top level of management where as Taylor’s principles are applicable at the shop floor.


Q-20 The following is not an objective of management

(a) earning profits.

(b) growth of the organisation

(c) providing employment

(d) policy making