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     Revise the syllabus covered in the class.

     Prepare an interesting PPT on any chapter from Flamingo or Vistas.

     Prepare an invitation card (formal) on the occasion of your parents’ 25th

    Wedding anniversary.

     Prepare at least eight ‘ Reference to the context’ based questions on the

    chapters ‘ The last lesson’, ‘Deep water’ and ‘Lost Spring’ in your notebook

     Prepare notes of the chapter ‘The Last lesson’ by Alphonse Daudet and ‘The

    Tiger king’ by Kalki, using headings and sub-headings in the notebook. Also

    write a summary of these lessons in about 100 words.

     Paste ten Classified advertisements (from newspaper) in the notebook.

     'India is a land of diversity‟. As the Head boy/girl of your school, write a

    speech to be delivered in the morning assembly highlighting the fact that we

    need to live in harmony despite our differences, and can achieve unity in


     'The policy of reservation of seats for admission to professional courses

    needs to be revisited.’ Write an article on the topic expressing your strong

    opinion on the statement. You are Shiny/ Sumit.

     You are Shaurya, staying at South Delhi. You bought a Laptop from “Elite

    Shop”. The laptop developed a problem within few days of the purchase.

    Write a letter to the Sales Manager of the showroom complaining about the

    defect and seeking the immediate replacement.




    Segment Analysis

    Guidelines for Students

    Segment Reporting Segments are (i) The products of a company like Alto, Dezire

    and Gypsy of Maruti. (ii) The area of operation of a company like Consumer Care

    Business, Food Business and Personal Care Business of Dabur and Passenger

    transport, Goods transport of a Transport Company. (iii) The Geographical areas

    served by a service company like Northern Railway, Eastern Railway and

    Western Railway, etc. of Indian Railways.

    It is mandatory for companies to report the progress of each segment as per

    AS-17 issued by the Council of The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India

    since April 1, 2001. It ensures full disclosure about the revenue from each

    segment, the profit from each segment and the amount of capital allocated to

    each segment. These reports are on quarterly, half yearly and annual basis.

    Thus, every segment gets full attention of the management and the

    shareholders also come to know the financial position of each segment. It is,

    required for true and fair disclosure as well.

    Segment reporting is only one area of business reports. The students should

    explore more such areas from the company reports for relevant specific

    projects. For the sake of practice and exercise the students should visit the

    company's websites and check the quarterly reports for segment performance.

    This will be the source material for the projects.

    ACTIVITY TO BE DONE BY STUDENTS: Students will take out Segment

    Report from the company’s website preferably of previous year and make

    Project on the basis of Revenue, Profit , Capital Employed and ROI. The

    Processing of company’s data will be explained to the students by the



    Project on Analysis of Cash Flow Statement

    Students will take out Summary of Cash Flow Statement from company’s

    website. They will analyse the performance of the company on the basis

    of :

    1. Operating Activities

    2. Investing Activities

    3. Financing Activities

    Teacher will explain to the students how to analyse the performance of

    the company on the basis of the above mentioned activities.



    Q1 Calculate Net value added at factor cost from the following

    S.NO ITEMS RS 1 Purchases of raw materials 300 2 Import duty 20 3 Excise Duty 30 4 Net addiyion to stocks 50 5 Value of output 500 6 Depriciation 10 Ans: rs 140

    Q2 Calculate Sales from the following S.NO ITEMS RS

    1 Net value added at factor cost 300 2 Intermediate Consumption 240 3 Indirect tax 30 4 Change in stock -60 6 Depriciation 40

    Ans Rs:670

    Q3Calculate Intermediate Consumption from the following S.NO ITEMS RS 1 Value of output 220

    2 Net Value added at factor cost 100

  • 3 Sales tax 15 4 Subsidy 5 6 Depriciation 20

    Ans :Rs.90

    Q4 Calculate Net Value Added at Market Price from the following

    S.NO ITEMS RS 1 Output 1000

    2 Price per unit of output 30 3 Excise 1600 4 Import duty 400 6 Depreciation -500 7 Net change in stock 2000 8 Intermediate cost 8000

    Ans: 19500

    Q5 Find Net National Product at Market Price


    1 Personal Taxes 200

    2 Wages and salaries 1200

    3 Undistributed Profit 50

    4 Rent 300

    5 Corporation Tax 200

    6 Interest 2000

    7 NIT 400

    8 Net factor income to abroad 300

    9 profit 20

    10 SSS by employer 500


    Q6 Find Net National Product at Market Price


    1 Private Final Consumption expenditure 500

  • 2 Net factor income to abroad 20

    3 Net exports -20

    4 NIT 120

    5 Net domestic fixed capital formation 80

    6 Govt. Final Consumption expenditure 100

    Ans: 640

    Q7 Find Gross National Product at Market Price


    1 Private Final Consumption expenditure 800

    2 Net factor income to abroad -10

    3 Net exports

    4 NIT 150

    5 Net domestic fixed capital formation 200

    6 Govt. Final Consumption expenditure 300

    7 depriciation 100

    8 Net imports 30


    Q8 Find Net Domestic Product at Factor Cost


    1 Rent 200

    2 Corporate tax 100

    3 COE 900

    4 Interest 400

    5 Undistributed Profit 50

    6 Dividend 250

    7 Net factor income to abroad -10

    Ans:1900 Q9 If real income is Rs.400 and Price index is 105, Calculate nominal income

    Q10 If Nominal income is Rs.500 and Price index is 125, Calculate real income.

    Q11 Zamindari system was introduced by the British to collect rent from peasants. How did it become

    an instrument of the peasants?

    Q12 What do you think, were the main features of economic backwardness in the Indian economy at

    the time of independence?

    Q13 How did discriminatory tariff policy help in destroying the domestic Indian industries?

  • Q14 In a mixed economy, the problem of resource allocation (and decision-making) is solved through

    the operation of the price mechanism just as in the case of a capitalist economy. How is it then

    different from a capitalist economy?

    Q15 “An equally strong case can be made in favour of and against agricultural subsidies.”Do you agree

    ?Give reasons for your answer

    Business Studies Assignment

    (Holiday Homework)

    Case Studies - (Chapter- 3) Business Environment

    Q. 1. Mr. Ajay after completing MBA from USA comes to India to start a new business under the banner

    Ecom Creations Ltd. He launches a new product in a e-learning for senior Secondary School students in

    Commerce stream, which already has n established market in UK and USA but not in India. His business

    starts flourishing in India. Now more Indian companies entered into the market with other subjects

    also. Identify and quote the lines from above para which highlight the significance of understanding

    business environment. (4 marks)

    Q. 2. Just after declaration of Lok Sabha Elections 2014 results, the Bombay stock exchange’s price

    index (Sensex) rose by 1000 points in a day. Identify the environmental factor which led to this rise

    giving reason. Also explain any two other dimensions of business environment. (5 marks) .

    Q. 3. The court passed an order that all schools must have water purifier for the school children as 1.

    Society in general is more concerned about quality of life. 2. Innovative techniques are being developed

    to manufacture water purifier at competitive rates. 3. Incomes are rising and children at home are also

    drinking purified water. The government is also showing positive attitude towards the water purifier

    business. Identify the different dimensions of business environment by quoting from the above details.

    (5 marks)

    Q. 4. ‘It is common now to see CD-ROM’s, computerized information kiosks, and Internet/Word Wide

    Web multimedia pages highlighting the virtues of products.’ Name the dimension of the business

    environment highlighted by this statement. (1 mark)