Part One: Multiple choices:
problem 1: This is a cultural attitude marked by the tendency to regard one’s own culture as superior to others:
problem 2: This is the systemic study of job requirements and those factors which influence the performance of such job requirements:
a) Job analysis.
b) Job rotation.
c) Job circulation.
d) Job description.
problem 3: This Act gives assistance for the minimum statutory wages for scheduled employment:
a) Payment of Wages Act, 1936
b) Minimum Wages Act, 1948
c) Factories Act, 1948
d) Payment of Gratuity act, 1972
problem 4: __________ is the actual posting of an employee to a particular job
problem 5: Broadening an individual’s knowledge, skills and abilities for future responsibilities is termed as:
problem 6: Change that is designed and implemented in an arranged and timely fashion in anticipation of future events:
a) Planned change.
b) Technology change.
c) Structural change.
problem 7: This is a process for setting goals and monitoring the progress towards achieving such goals:
a) Performance appraisal.
b) Performance gap.
c) Performance factor.
d) Performance management system.
problem 8: The method which needs the rates to give a subjective performance evaluation all along a scale from low to high:
a) Assessment centre.
c) Rating scale.
problem 9: This is the sum of knowledge, skills, attitudes, commitment, values and the liking of the people in an organization:
a) Human resources.
b) Personal management.
c) Human resource management.
problem 10: A learning exercise representing a real-life situation where trainees compete with one other to accomplish specific objectives:
a) Executive development.
b) Management game.
c) Programmed learning.
problem 1: Describe the significance of Career Planning in industry.
problem 2: prepare down the features of HRM.
problem 3: Briefly describe the concept of Performance Appraisal.
problem 4: Describe On-Job and Off Job Training.