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Post Graduate Diploma in Applied Statistics

(Specialisation in Industrial Statistics)

MST-001 to MSTL-002

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TUTOR MARKED ASSIGNMENT

 

MST-001: Foundation in Mathematics and Statistics

 

Course Code: MST-001

 

Assignment Code: MST-001/TMA/2018

 

Maximum Marks: 100

 

Note: All questions are compulsory. Answer in your own words.

 

  1. State whether the following statements are True or False. Give reason in support of your
answer: (5×2=10)

 

  • Which term of the A.P. 20, 19 12 , 19, 18 12 , 18, 17 12 , … is the first negative term ?

 

  • dxdy of the functions x = 5 + 3t 2 , y = log t is 6.

 

  • The rule f shown in the following figure is a function.

 

f
X Y
x1 y1
x2 y2
x3
x4 y3

 

 

  • Measurement of blood group comes under ordinal scale of measurement.

 

  • Pie diagram/chart is used when the change in the values of the components of one variable is important.

 

  • (a) A town has total population of 50,000. Out of it 28,000 read Hindustan times and 23,000 read Times of India while 4,000 read both the papers. Indicate how many read neither Hindustan times nor Times of India?

 

  • Find the number of terms required to make the sum equal to zero for the following series 80, 75, 70, …

 

(c)  Find A G.P. whose 3rd and 6th terms are 1 and – 1 respectively. (4+3+3)
8

 

  • (a) The question paper of MST-001 contains 5 questions. Question no. 1 has no choice but question no. 2 to 5 each having an internal choice. In how many ways can an examinee answer all the 5 questions?

 

  • In how many different ways can 8 players be arranged in a line so that the best and worst

 

players are never together? (5+5)
4. (a) Prove that lim 2 + x2 –  2 – x2 = 1
x2
x®0 2

  • The cost C of manufacturing a certain article is given by the formula

 

C = 5 + 48x + 3x2

 

Find minimum value of C. (5+5)

 

 

  1. Evaluate the following integrals:

 

i) ò 3x dx
(x 2 + k 2 )5
ìx 2 + 3, 0 £ x < 3
6 ï
ii) òf (x)dx where f (x) = í2 3 £ x < 4 (4+6)
x ,
0 ï -2 x – x 3/ 2 , 4 £ x £ 6
ïe
î

 

  1. (a) Show that

 

x – y 1 x x 1 y
y – z 1 y = y 1 z
z – x 1 z z 1 x
(b) Draw box plot for batting scores of the player given below: (5+5)
Player 102, 61, 82, 88, 90, 63, 69, 85, 105, 93, 65, 94, 107, 97, 67

 

  1. (a) The daily cost of operating a hospital C is a linear function of the number of in-patients I, out-patients P and a fixed cost a, i.e.,

 

C = a + bP + dI

 

Given the following data from 3 days, find the value of a, b and d by setting up a linear system of equations and using the matrix method.

 

Day Cost in Rs. No. of In-patients (I) No. of Out-patients ( P)
1 6,950 40 10
2 6,725 35 9
3 7,100 40 12
(Hint: 40I + 10P = 6950) (10)

 

  • A researcher collected the following data about different points of households. Determine whether the data thus obtained come under nominal, ordinal, interval or ratio scale. The caste of the family residing in a household

 

  1. Number of members in a household

 

  1. Age of the oldest person of a household

 

  • Highest education of the family members of a household

 

  1. Monthly income of a household

 

  1. Number of mobile phones in a household

 

  1. Length of the longest long-distance call made in a month

 

  • Whether there is a landline telephone in a household

 

  • Whether there is a high-speed internet connection in the household.

 

  1. Monthly mobile bill of a household

 

x)   Monthly Expenditure on the Medicines. (10×1=10)

 

  1. 8. The following table shows the life (in months) of a sample of eighty 7-watt LED bulbs produced by a manufacturer:

 

Life Time of LED

 

68 97 20 33 21
31 35 48 52 52
59 60 08 70 36
34 83 05 09 11
22 24 26 26 38
39 43 46 54 41
72 77 74 05 14
16 41 52 80 13
19 36 88 27 03
07 12 18 62 43
52 59 62 16 52
94 04 05 07 15
16 12 20 22 34
38 22 70 77 12
10 20 13 13 16
15 15 74 18 30

 

  1. Form a frequency distribution by taking suitable width,

 

  1. Construct histogram and stem-and-leaf diagram,

 

  • Form cumulative frequency curves (ogives) on one graph.

 

  1. Find the average (median) of the life of LED bulbs with the help of ogives.

 

(5+6+6+3)

 

TUTOR MARKED ASSIGNMENT

 

MST-002: Descriptive Statistics

 

Course Code: MST-002

 

Assignment Code: MST-002/TMA/2018

 

Maximum Marks: 100

 

Note: All questions are compulsory. Answer in your own words.

 

  1. State whether the following statements are true or false and also give the reason in support of
your answer: (5×2=10)

 

  1. The SD of 10 values of a data is 50. If each value is divided by 5, then the New SD will be 10.

 

  1. The values of regression on coefficient bxy and bxy are 101 and 20, respectively.

 

  1. If (AN) = x, (NB) = 2x and (NC) = 3x and (ABN) = (BCN) = (ACN) = y, then neither x nor y exceeds 1/4, if the data is consistent.

 

  1. If Y is proportional to X, then r(X, Y) = 1.

 

  1. The mean weight of 150 students in a class is 60 kg. The mean weight of boys in the class is 70 kg and that of girls is 55 kg. Then the ratio of boys and girls in the class is 3:2.

 

  1. a) A number of particular articles has been classified according to their weights. After drying for two weeks the same articles have again been weighted and similarly classified. It is known that median weight in the First Weighing was 20.83 gm, while in the Second Weighing it was 17.35 gm. Some frequencies a and b in the First Weighing and x and y
in the Second Weighing are missing. It is known that a = 1 x and b = 1 y. Find out the
2
3
values of the missing frequencies.
Class: 0-5 5-10 10-15 15-20   20-25 25-30
Ist Weighing: a b 11 52 75 22
IInd Weighing: x y 40 50 30 28

 

(06)

 

  1. An analysis of monthly wages paid to the workers of two firms A and B belonging to the same industry gives the following results:

 

Firm A Firm B
Number of Workers 500 600
Average daily wage Rs. 186 Rs. 175
Variance of Distribution of wages 81 100

 

  1. Which firm A or B has a larger wage bill?
  2. In which firm, A or B, is there greater variability in individual wages?

 

  • Calculate (a) the average daily wage, and (b) the variance of the distribution of wages of all the workers in the firms A and B taken together.

 

(08)

  1. For the following frequency distribution of scores in Statistics of 50 students selected at random from among those appearing in a certain examination, compute the first four moments about mean:

 

Score: 50-60 60-70 70-80 80-90 90-100 100-110 110-120 120-130 130-140
Frequency: 1 0 0 1 1 2 1 0 4
Score 140-150 150-160 160-170 170-180 180-190 190-200 200-210 210-220 220-230
Frequency: 4 2 5 10 11 4 1 1 2
Find also the corrected values of the moments after Sheppard’s corrections are applied.
Also obtain moment coefficients of skewness and kurtosis and comment on the nature of
the distribution. (10)

 

  1. a) Calculate Karl Pearson’s coefficient of correlation between X and Y for the following data:

 

  • = 12, åX =120, åY =130, å(X -8)2 = 50, å(y -10)2  = 200and
å(X -8)(Y -10)= 50. (07)

 

  1. Calculate the coefficient of rank correlation for the following data:

 

X: 48 33 40 09 16 16 65 24 16 57
Y: 13 13 24 06 15 04 20 09 06 19

(07)

 

  1. The following table gives frequency distribution of 45 clerks in a business office according to age and pay:

 

Pay 600-700 700-800 800-900 900-1000 1000-1100 Total
Age
20-30 4 3 1 8
30-40 2 5 2 1 10
40-50 1 2 3 2 1 9
50-60 1 3 5 2 11
60-70 1 1 5 7
Total 7 11 10 9 8 45
Calculate the correlation between Age and Pay for the above bivariate data. (10)

 

  1. In a statistical study related to the price (in of two shares X and Y, the following two regression lines were found:

 

Y = 4X – 35 and 9X = Y + 135

 

The standard deviation of the price of Share Y is  Rs12. You are required to calculate:

 

  1. Average Price of shares X and Y
  2. Standard deviation of the price of Share X and
  • Coefficient of correlation between the price of Shares X and Y.

 

(10)

7. (a) In a trivariate distribution:
s1 = 2, s2  = s3  = 3, r12  = 0.7, r23  = r31 = 0.5
Find (i) r23.1 ,  (ii) R1.23 , (iii) b12.3 , b13.2 and (iv) s1.23 (10)
(b) 800 candidates of both sexes appeared at an examination. The boys outnumbered the girls
by 15% of the total. The number of candidates who passed exceeds the number failed by
480. Equal number of boys and girls failed in examination. Prepare a 2´2 table and find
the coefficient of association. Also comment. (06)

 

  1. (a) Among the adult population of a certain town 50 percent are males, 60 percent are wage earners and 50 percent are 45 years of age or over, 10 percent of the males are not wage-

 

earners, and 40 per cent of the males are under 45 years. Make the best possible inference about the limits within which the percentage of persons (male or female) of 45 years or

 

over are wage earners. (06)

 

 

  • The following table gives the IQ values of 1000 students at a college according to the economic conditions of their parents:

 

Economic IQ Level Total
Condition High Low
Rich 460 140 600
Poor 240 160 400
Total 700 300 1000

 

Use the coefficient of contingency to determine the amount of Association between

 

economic condition of parents and IQ level of students. (10)

TUTOR MARKED ASSIGNMENT

 

MST-003: Probability Theory

 

Course Code: MST-003

 

Assignment Code: MST-003/TMA/2018

 

Maximum Marks: 100

 

Note: All questions are compulsory. Answer in your own words.

 

  1. State whether the following statements are True or False and also give the reason in

 

support of your answer. (5×2=10)

 

  • If odds in favour of an event A are 2:5 then probability of happening of the event A will be 2/7.

 

  • If two independent events A and B are such that P(A)= 2 / 3 and P(B)=1/ 3 , then events A and B are independent.
  • If X is a discrete random variable with probability mass function (pmf)

 

X 0 1 2
P[X=x] 1 1 a
4 2

 

then value of a will be 1.

 

  • An oil company conducts a geological study that indicates an exploratory oil well should have a 20% chance of striking oil. To find the probability that the third strike comes on the seventh well drilled, we use geometric distribution?

 

  • Suppose that you spin the dial shown in the figure so that it comes to rest at a random position.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The probability that the dial will land somewhere between 0° and 90° will be 1/4.

 

  1. The distribution function F of a continuous variable is given by

 

F(x) = 0,       if x < 0

 

  • x2 , if 0 £ x £ 12

 

  • 1 – 3(3 x)2 , if 1 £ x <3

252

 

  • 1, if x ³3

 

  • Find the pdf of X,

(ii)   Evaluate P[ X £1/ 2],  using distribution function F,
(iii) Evaluate P[ X £1/ 2], using pdf. (2+4+4)
3. (a)  The joint density function of random variables X and Y is given by
f (x, y) = 4xye(x2 +y2 ) , x ³ 0, y³ 0
Are X and Y independent? (6)

 

  • A bag contains 5 balls which are numbered from 1 to 5. Two balls are drawn without replacement from this. Find the expectation of the sum of the numbers on these balls. (4)

 

  • (a) X thinks that there is a 30% chance that her company will set up a branch office in New Delhi. If it is so, then she is 60% certain that she will be assigned the responsibilities

 

of a branch manager there. What is the probability that Ms. X will be branch manager at

 

the New Delhi office? (5)

 

  • A smoke-detector system uses two devices A and B. If smoke is present the probability

 

that it will be detected by device A is 0.95; by device B, 0.98 and by both devices, 0.94.

 

If smoke is present find the probability that it will be detected. (5)

 

  1. A taxi cab company has 12 Ambassadors and 8 Fiats. If 5 of these taxi cabs are in the

 

workshop for repair and an Ambassador is as likely to be in for repair as a Fiat, what is the probability that (i) 3 of them are Ambassadors and 2 are Fiats, (ii) at least 3 of them

 

are Ambassadors, and (iii) all 5 are of the same make? (2+4+4)

 

  1. (a) The probability that a newly designed electronic component will survive a given shock test

 

is 5/6. Find the probability that exactly 3 of the next 4 components tested survive. (5)

 

  • The probability that a person living in a certain city owns a dog is estimated to be 0.3.

 

Find the probability that the tenth person randomly interviewed in that city is the fifth one

 

to own a dog. (5)

 

  • (a) The metro trains on a certain section run every 10 minutes between 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. What is the probability that a commuter entering the station at a random time during this period will have to wait

 

  • at least five minutes?

 

  • zero minute?

 

(iii) 2 to 5 minutes? (10)

 

  • Three technicians X, Y and Z service respectively 20%, 30% and 50% breakdowns when occur on an automated production line. The technician X makes an incomplete repair 1 time in 20, Y makes an incomplete repair 1 time in 10 and Z makes an incomplete 1 time in 15. For the next breakdown a repair made was found to be incomplete, find the probability that this repair was made by technician

 

  • X,

 

  • Y, and

 

(iii) Z (10)

 

8.(a)      The daily consumption of milk in a city, in excess of 20,000 litres, is approximately distributed as a gamma variate with parameters r = 2 and λ = 1/10,000. The city has a daily stock of 30,000 litres. What is the probability that the stock is insufficient on a

 

particular day? (5)

 

  • A company has installed 10,000 electric lamps in a metro. If these lamps have an average life of 1,000 burning hours with a S.D. of 200 hours. Assuming normality, what number of lamps might be expected to fail.

 

  1. in the first 800 burning hours.

 

  1. between 800 and 1200 burning hours.

 

iii) more than 1000 burning hours (4+6+5)

 

TUTOR MARKED ASSIGNMENT

 

MST-004: Statistical Inference

 

Course Code: MST-004

 

Assignment Code: MST-004/TMA/2018

 

Maximum Marks: 100

 

Note: All questions are compulsory. Answer in your own words.

 

  1. State whether the following statements are True or False. Give reason in support of your
answer: (5×2=10)

 

  • If the probability density function of a random variable X follows F-distribution is

 

f (x) = 1 , x ³ 0
(1 + x)2

 

then degrees of freedom of the distribution will be (2,2).

 

  • The number of runs in the sequence HTTTHTHTTTHT will be 6.

 

 

  • A patient suffering from fever reaches to a doctor and suppose the doctor formulate the hypotheses as

 

H0 : The patient is a chikunguniya patient

 

H1 : The patient is not a chikunguniya patient

 

If the doctor rejects H0 when the patient is actually a chikunguniya patient, then the doctor commits type II error.

 

  • In a random sample of 525 families owning television set in the region of New Delhi, it is found that 370 subscribe to Star Plus. A 95% confidence interval for the actual proportion of such families in New Delhi which subscribe to Star Plus will be (0.66, 0.74).

 

  • For testing the pulse rate of one month old child is to be 120 per minute, a researcher measures (per minute) the pulse rate of 10 one month old children and applies sign test and Wilcoxon signed-rank test, then power of the Wilcoxon signed-rank test is more than the sign test.

 

  • The lifespan (in ‘000 hours) of five LED bulbs of 07 watts are as follows:

 

40,  46,  48, 50, 42

 

  • How many samples of size 2 are possible without replacement? Write them.

 

  • Compute mean of all samples of size 2 and set up the sampling distribution of the sample mean.

 

(iii)Compute the expected value and standard error of the sample mean. (2+4+4)

 

3(a)       An ambulance agency claims that the mean length of service times is 10 minutes. Investigator suspects that this claim is wrong. She takes a random sample of 20 services and finds the mean length of service times is 15 minutes. Assume that the service time of the ambulance follows normal distribution.

 

  1. What is the probability that the mean length of service times is more than and equal to 10 minutes.

  1. ii) Find the 95% confidence interval for the standard deviation of the mean length of
service times. (3+3)

 

  • A sample of 500 shops was selected in a large metropolitan area to determine various information concerning the consumer behaviour. One question, among the questions,

 

asked, was “Do you enjoy shopping for clothing?” Out of 240 males,136 answered yes. Out of 260 females, 224 answered yes. Find 95% confidence interval for the difference of

 

the proportions for enjoys shopping for clothing. (4)

 

  1. An engineer conducted an experiment to compare two metals: iron and copper, as bonding agents for an alloy material. Components of the alloy were bonded using the metals as bonding agents, and the pressures required to break the bonds were measured. The data for the breaking pressures are given in the following table:

 

S. No. Breaking Pressure
Iron Copper
1 72.7 73
2 69.6 67.2
3 83.4 75.3
4 78.9 61.4
5 75 74
6 71.6 69.5
7 85.7 69.8
8 73.5 73.8
9 70.4 68
10 84.2 76.1

 

If the breaking pressures for both iron and copper are normally distributed, are the variances of the distributions of the breaking pressure of iron and copper equal at 5 % level of

 

significance? (10)

 

  1. Complete the following table, one is done for you:

 

S. Test For Name of   Test Statistic Assumptions for Test Type
No. the Test Applying the Test

 

1Population mean when Z-test – m 1.  Sample Parametric Test
X
population variance is known Z = observations should
s /
n
and population is normal be independent.
2. The  measurement
scale should be at
least interval
scale.

 

  • Population mean when population variance is unknown and population is normal

 

  • Population mean/median when the form of population is not known and sample size is small

 

  • Population mean/median when the form of population is not known and the data is in ordinal scale and sample

size is small

 

  • Population variance when the

 

population is normal distributed and sample size is small

 

  • Independence of Two Attributes

 

(10)

 

  1. To study whether or not the level of earning is affected by educational attainment, a social scientist randomly selected 100 people from each of three income categories ‘low’, middle’, ‘high’ and then recorded their educational attainment as in the following table:

 

Educational Income Categories Total
attainment Low Middle High
No college 32 20 23 75
UG 13 16 1 30
PG 43 51 60 154
Doctoral 12 13 15 41
Total 100 100 100 300

 

Do these data indicate that the level of earning is affected by educational attainment? Test at

 

α = 0.01.                                                                                                                                                                           (10)

 

  1. If the magnitude of the earthquakes recorded in a region of a country follows a distribution with parameter θ

 

f (x) = 1q ex / q , x ³ 0, q³ 0

 

then find

 

  1. maximum likelihood estimator of the parameter θ,

 

  1. maximum likelihood estimate of the parameter on the basis of the following data:

 

Magnitude of the Earthquakes 6.7 7.7 5.6 7.3 6.7 6.6 7.8 6.7 6.2 5.2
(on the Richter scale)

 

  • Show that maximum likelihood estimator is unbiased and sufficient for parameter θ.

 

(8+2+10)

 

  1. Results of a survey by the National Centre for Health Statistics indicated that people between 65 and 74 years of age contact a physician an average of 9.8 times per year. People 75 and older contact physicians an average of 12.9 times per year. Suppose you want to validate these results by taking your own samples and obtained the following data represent the number of annual contacts people make with a physician. The samples are independent.

 

Number of annual contacts people make

with a physician

 

65 to 74 75 and Older
12 16
13 15

8                                              10

 

11                                             17

 

9                                              13

 

6                                              12

 

11                                             14

 

9

 

13

 

  1. Formulate the hypotheses that average number of contacts with physician by people 75 and older is greater than the number by people 65 to 74 years old.

 

  1. What assumptions are necessary to apply the t-test.

 

  • Apply the t-test for testing the hypotheses formulated in (i) using α = 0.05.

 

  1. If assumptions in (ii) are not fulfilled, then which test is applied in this situation and

 

why?
v)  Apply the test for (iv) and compare the result with (iii). (2+2+8+2+6)

 

TUTOR MARKED ASSIGNMENT

 

MST-005: Statistical Techniques

 

Course Code: MST-005

 

Assignment Code: MST-005/TMA/2018

 

Maximum Marks: 100

 

Note: All questions are compulsory. Answer in your own words.

 

  1. State whether the following statements are true or false and also give the reason in support

 

of your answer: (2×5=10)
a) If the SSE in a two way ANOVA having 4 rows and 5 columns is given as 48, then the
MSSE will be 4.
b) If there is one missing value in RBD with 3 blocks and 4 treatments, then the total of
degrees of freedom will be 10.
c) In a sequence of random numbers, generated through LCG” xi  = (5 x (i1)  + 3) Mod(16),
with x0  = 5″ the x1 , x2 and x3 will be 11, 14, 13.
d) The probability of selection of a sample of n from the population by SRSWOR is 1/ Nn .
e) In 23 factorial design, there 2 factors each at 3 levels.
2.  Below are given the weights of 5 students:
S. No 1 2 3 4 5
Weights (Kg) 56 49 66 64 55
a) Calculate Population Mean, Population mean square and Population Variance.
b)   Enumerate all possible samples of size 2 without replacement and show that
i) Sample mean ( )is unbiased for Population mean
Y
y
ii) Sample mean square (s 2 ) is unbiased for the Population Mean Square (S2 )
iii) Var ( )= N – n . S2 (10)
y
n
N

 

  1. Given the following population, allocate a sample of size n = 10 by optimum allocation:

 

Stratum I  : 2 4 4 6 6 8
Stratum II : 8 8 12 16 16 18
Stratum III : 16 16 18 22 22 26

 

(6)

 

  1. Suppose from a total of 20 bearing trees of Guava in a village, 5 clusters of size 4 trees each were selected and Yield (in Kgs) is a given in the following table:

 

Cluster 1st Tree 2nd Tree 3rd Tree 4th Tree
1 5 4 1 15
2 11 1 4 7
3 36 10 19 11
4 7 15 12 10
5 2 22 8 6

  1. a) i) Yis (i = 1,2,…, 5) cluster totals

 

ii) s (i =1,2,…, -5) cluster Means
Y
i

 

  • YC Population Mean per Cluster and

 

  1. Y, i.e., Population Mean Per Unit

 

b) Select a sample of 3 cluster and calculate the sample cluster mean (08)
Yc

 

  1. The following data represent the number of units of production per day turned out by 5 different workers using four different types of machines:

 

Workers Machine Type
A B C D
1 54 48 57 46
2 56 50 62 53
3 44 46 54 42
4 53 48 56 43
5 48 52 59 49
  1. a) Test whether the mean productivity is the same for the different machine types.

 

b)  Test whether the 5 workers differ with respect to mean productivity. (12)

 

  1. The height of the plants are given in the table given below for an experiment involving six treatments in four randomised blocks. The treatments are indicated by numbers with brackets:
Blocks Heights of Plants (cms)
I (1) (3) (2) (4) (5) (6)
24.7 27.7 20.6 16.2 16.2 24.9
II (3) (2) (1) (4) (6) (5)
22.7 28.8 27.3 15 22.5 17
III (6) (4) (1) (3) (2) (5)
26.3 19.6 38.5 36.8 39.5 15.4
IV (5) (2) (1) (4) (3) (6)
17.7 31 28.5 14.1 34.9 22.6
Analysis the data using suitable design and draw the conclusion. (10)

 

7(a)   Below is given the plan and yields of 22 factorial experiment involving 2 factors A and B each at two levels 0 and 1:

 

Block I (1) b ab a
117 106 129 124
Block II ab (1) b a
124 120 117 124
Block III (1) a b ab
111 127 114 126
Block IV ab a b (1)
125 131 112 108
Block V ab b (1) a
95 97 73 128
Block VI a (1) ab b
158 81 125 117

 

Analyse the design. Does treatment effects A differ from treatment effect B significantly? (14)

  • An Investigator is interested in finding the level of knowledge about the history of India of 4 different schools in a city. A test is given to the 5, 6, 7, 6 students of 8th class of 4 schools, respectively. Their scores out of 10 are given as below:

 

School I: 8 6 7 5 9
School II: 6 4 6 5 6 7
School III: 6 5 5 6 7 8 5
School IV: 5 6 6 7 6 7

 

Test the equality of Average Scores of the 4 Schools at 5% level of significance. (08) 8 a) Generate a complete cycle for the LCG given xi = (12xi1 + 6) Mod 11 with x0 = 06 . A

man tosses an unbiased coin 10 times. Using the first 10 random numbers generated

 

above, obtain a sequence of heads and tails.                                                                                      (10)

 

  1. b) Following U(0,1) were generated by a random number generation method:

 

251 769 153 575 390 335 066 104 200 019
597 729 012 922 691 817 064 539 419 305
449 998 919 470 372 851 643 509 913 445
464 447 279 413 494 972 983 432 368 574
Apply chi-square test to test the fit of the distribution (12)

TUTOR MARKED ASSIGNMENT

 

MSTE-001: Industrial Statistics-I

 

Course Code: MSTE-001

 

Assignment Code: MSTE-001/TMA/2018

 

Maximum Marks: 100

 

Note: All questions are compulsory. Answer in your own words.

 

  1. State whether the following statements are True or False. Give reason in support of your
answer: (5×2=10)

 

  • The process capability of a manufacturing process of a certain type of bolt, with mean diameter 2 inches and standard deviation 0.05 inches, will be 0.30

 

  • If the probability of accepting a lot of satisfactory quality is 0.9401, then the producer’s risk will be 0.9401.

 

  • Hurwicz criterion is a method to solve the problems that involve decision-making under certainty.

 

  • Two independent components of a system are connected in series. If the reliability of these components are 0.8 and 0.6 respectively, then the reliability of the system will be 0.92.

 

  • For a two person zero sum game, the payoff matrix is given below:

 

Player B
B1 B2 B3 B4 B5
Player A A1 3 4 5 –2 3
A2 1 6 –3 3 7

 

Then second column will be dominated by the first column.

 

  1. (a) A glass manufacturer produces hand mirrors. Each mirror is supposed to meet company standards for such things as glass, color of handle, and so on. To control for these features, the company quality people randomly sample 40 mirrors in every shift and determine how many of the mirrors are out of compliance on at least one feature. Shown here are the data for 15 such samples.

 

Sample Number out Sample Number out
of of
Compliance Compliance
1 2 6 0
2 0 7 4
3 6 8 3
4 3 9 2
5 1 10 2

 

Use the data to construct a suitable chart. Observe the results and comment on the control

of the process as indicated by the chart. (7)

 

  • A process of manufacturing an item is in statistical control with X = 250 and R =5.

 

The specification limits of the process are 200 ±8 1.90. Calculate the process capability. Does it appear that the manufacturing process is capable of meeting the specification

 

requirements? (d2  = 2.059 ) (3)

 

  1. A leather bag manufacturing company supplies bags in lots of size 150 to a buyer. A single sampling plan with n = 10 and c = 1 is being used for the lot inspection. The company and the buyer decide that AQL = 0.08 and LTDD = 0.16. If there are 15 defective bags in each lit, compute the

 

  1. Probability of accepting the lot,

 

  1. Producer’s risk and consumer’s risk,

 

  • AOQ, if the rejected lots are screened and all defective bags are replaced by non-

 

defectives, and
iv) Average total inspection. (2+4+2+2)

 

  1. An office supply company ordered a lot of 4,000 pens. When the lot arrives the company inspector will randomly inspect 15 pens. If more than three pens in the sample are non-conforming, the lot will be rejected. If fewer than two pens are non-conforming, the lot will be accepted. If two, three pens are non-conforming, a second sample of size 10 will be taken. The value of c2 is 3. Suppose the inspector finds two nonconforming items in the first sample and two in the second sample. Also AQL and LTPD are 0.05 and 0.10 respectively. Let incoming quality be 4%.

 

  1. What type of acceptance plan is used here?

 

  1. What is the probability of accepting the lot at the first sample?

 

iii) What is the probability of accepting the lot at the second sample? (2+3+5)

 

 

  1. The manager of a Flower Shop promises its customers delivery within four hours on all flower orders. All flowers are purchased on the previous day and delivered to Parker by 8.00 AM the next morning. The daily demand for roses is as follows:

 

Dozens of roses 150 160 170 200
Probability 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.1

 

The manager purchases roses Rs 50 per dozen and sells them for Rs 150. All unsold roses are donated to a local hospital. How many dozens of roses should Parker order each evening to

 

maximize its profits? What is the optimum expected profit? (10)

 

  1. In a small town, there are only two stores, ABC and XYZ that handle sundry goods. The total number of customers is equally divided between the two, because price and quality of goods sold are equal. Both stores have good reputation in the community, and they render quality good customer run annual pre-New Year sales during the first week of January. Sales are advertised through a local newspaper, radio and television media. With the aid of an advertising firm store ABC constructed the game matrix given below.(Figures in the matrix represent a gain or loss of customers).

 

Strategy of XYZ
Strategy of ABC Newspaper Radio Television
Newspaper 30 40 – 80
Radio 0 15 – 20
Television 90 20 50
Determine optimal strategies for both ABC and XYZ. (10)

  1. (a) The system shown below is made up of ten components. Components 2, 3 and 4 are not identical and at least two component of this group must be available for system success.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What is the system reliability if R1 = R 5  = 0.85, R 6  = R 7  = R8  = 0.80 , R9  = R10  = 0.70
R 2 = 0.40, R3  = 0.50 and R 4  = 0.60. (10)
(b) A system having Weibull failure distribution with pdf as
f (t) = 1 t / q t ³ 0
e
q
i) Compute the reliability function of the system,
ii) find the reliability for a 100 days mission for θ = 2,
iii) show that the hazard rate is constant,
iv) find the MTTF, and
v) what is the life of the system if reliability of 0.90 is desired. (2+1+2+2+3)

 

  1. A factory producing dry-cells wanted to test the life of cells produced daily. The cells will be considered satisfactory if their life is 25 hours. For this, a sample of 4 cells was drawn on 7 consecutive days. The results are as follows:

 

Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 Day 7
24 16 20 26 20 25 26
20 23 25 18 22 23 24
25 23 24 28 24 25 20
20 20 21 20 22 20 25
i) Estimate the process mean.
ii) Determine the centre line and control limits of the control charts for controlling the
process mean and process variability.
iii) Plot the charts on the graph papers.
iv) What managerial decisions should be made on the basis of these charts?
v)  If necessary, compute revised control limits. (2+4 +6 +4+4)

 

TUTOR MARKED ASSIGNMENT

 

MSTE-002: Industrial Statistics-II

 

Course Code: MSTE-002

 

Assignment Code: MSTE-002/TMA/2018

 

Maximum Marks: 100

 

Note: All questions are compulsory. Answer in your own words.

 

  1. State whether the following statements are true or false and also give the reason in support

 

of your answer. (2×5=10)

 

  1. The number of possible basic solutions of an LPP of order 2 × 3 is 5.

 

  1. If there are 3 jobs to be performed one at a time on each of the 2 machines, then the possible number of sequences would be 36.

 

  • If the arrival rate is 6 per hour and service rate is 3 per hour then the probability of no customer in queue is 0.7

 

  1. The estimated value of ‘b’ in the regression line Y = a + bX + e in terms of variance-covariance is [cov(X, Y)/ s2X .s2Y ].
ˆ + 2.88X with 1980 as origin and yearly data from 1980
v)  Given the trend equation, Y =108

to 1982, the estimated value for 1985 is 119.52.

 

  1. A private company has two bottling plants located in city I and City II. Each plant produces three cold drinks Drink A, Drink B and Drink C. The number of bottles produced per day are as follows:

 

Drink Plant at
City I City II
Drink A 1,500 1,500
Drink B 3,000 1,000
Drink C 2,000 5,000

 

A market survey indicates that during the month of May, there will be a demand of 20,000 bottles of Drink A, 40,000 bottles of Drink B and 44000 bottles of Drink C The operating cost per day for plants at city I and City II are Rs 600 and Rs 400. For how many days should each plant be run in May so to minimise the production cost, while till meeting the market

 

demand? Solve graphically. (6)

 

  1. A company makes two kinds of leather belts. Belt A is a high quality belt and Belt B is of lower quality. The respective profits are Rs 4 and Rs 3 per belt. The production of each of type A requires twice as much time as a belt of type B, and if all belts were of type B, the company could make 1000 per day. The supply of leather is sufficient for only 800 belts per day (Both A and B combined). Belt A requires a fancy buckle and only 400 per day are available. There are only 700 buckles a day available for Belt B. What should be the daily

 

production of each type of belt? Formulate this problem as an LP Model and solve it using

 

Simplex Method. (8)

  1. (a) A department has five employees with five jobs to be performed. The time (in hours) each man will take to perform each job is given in the effectiveness matrix:

 

Employees

 

Jobs I II III IV V
A 10 5 13 15 16
B 3 9 18 13 6
C 10 7 2 2 2
D 7 11 9 7 12
E 7 9 10 4 12

 

How should the Job be allocated, one per employee, so as to minimise the total man-hours? (08)

 

  • Find the sequence that minimizes the total elapsed time required to complete the following tasks on two machines:
Tasks: A B C D E F G H I
Machine I: 2 5 4 9 6 8 7 5 4
Machine II: 6 8 7 4 3 9 3 8 11

(06)

 

  1. A company has factories at F1 , F2 and F3 which supply to Ware houses at W1 , W2 and W3 . Weekly factory capacities are 200, 160 and 90 units, respectively. Weekly warehouse requirements are 180, 120 and 150 units, respectively. Unit shipping costs (in Rs) are as follows:

 

Warehouse
Factory w1 w 2 w 3 Capacity
F1 16 20 12 200
F2 14 8 18 160
F3 26 24 16 90
Demand 180 120 150 450

 

Obtain the Initial basic feasible solution using North-west Corner Rule and also determine the optimal distribution for this company to minimize total shipping cost.

 

(10)

 

  1. a) The production department for a company requires 3600 kg of raw material for manufacturing a particular item per year. It has been estimated that the cost of placing an order is Rs 36 and the cost of carrying inventory is 25 percent of the investment in the inventories. The price is Rs10 per kg. The purchase manager wishes to determine an ordering policy for raw material.

  1. Arrivals at telephone booth are considered to be Poisson with an average time of 10 minutes between are arrival and the next. The length of phone call is assumed to be distributed exponentially with mean 3 minutes.

 

  1. What is the probability that a person arriving at the booth will have to wait?

 

  1. The telephone department will install a second booth when convinced that an arrival

 

would expect waiting for at least 3 minutes for phone call. By how much should the flow of arrivals increases in order to justify a second booth?

 

  • What is the average length of the queen that forms from time to time?

 

  1. What is the probability that it will take him or her more than 10 minutes altogether to wait for the phone and complete his or her call?

 

(4+8)

 

  1. (a) The annual sales revenue (in lakhs of Rs) of a product as a function of sales force (number of salesmen) and annual adverting expenditure (in Thousands of Rs) for the past

 

10 years are summarised in following table:

 

Annual Sales Sales Force X1 Annual Advertising
Revenue Y(in (in Number) Expenditure X2 (in
Lakhs) Thousand)
100 40 140
115 65 115
125 40 190
135 90 80
105 115 100
145 80 140
110 50 115
120 60 150
135 70 130
175 100 160

 

Obtain a regression model to forecast the annual sales revenue of the product using Matrix

Method. (12)

 

  • A statistician collected data of 78 values with two independent variable X1 and X2 . The four models considered are: (a) Y = B0 + e, (b) Y = B0 + B1X1 + e (c)

 

  • = B0 + B1X1 + B2X2 + e and (d) Y = B0 + B2 X2 + e .

 

The results are

 

SS(B0 ) = 6524 .2, SS(B0 , B1 ) = 6793 .4 ,SS(B0 , B2 ) = 6540 .0,SS(B0 , B1 , B2 ) = 6877 .9 and

 

2  = 9.1. Find additional contribution of (i) X 2 over X and (ii) X over X 2 . Test whether their
1 1
inclusion in the model is justified. (08)

  1. (a) The demand (in thousands of units) of refrigerators manufactured by a company are summarised in the following table:

 

Year Quarter
I II III IV
2011 124 120 176 140
2012 104 128 148 132
2013 80 152 168 156
2014 116 156 184 180

 

Obtain the seasonal Indices by moving average method and also obtain the deseasonalized

values. (14)
(b) For the following Auto regressive model
Xt = 0.7Xt1 – 0.4 Xt2 + a t
i) Verify whether the series is Stationary
ii) Obtain rk : k =1, 2 ,3, 4 and 5
iii) Plot the Correlogram. (06)

TUTOR MARKED ASSIGNMENT

 

MSTL-001: Basic Statistics Lab

 

Course Code: MSTL-001

 

Assignment Code: MSTL-001/TMA/2018

 

Maximum Marks: 100

 

Note:

 

  1. All questions are compulsory.

 

  1. Solve the following questions in MS Excel 2007.

 

  1. Take the screenshots of the final output/spreadsheet.

 

  1. Paste all screenshots in the assignments booklets with all necessary hypotheses, interpretations, etc.

 

 

Q 1. A packaging process is supposed to fill small boxes of raisins and claimed to fill the boxes

 

with approximately 50 raisins. However, the number of raisins in each box will vary. Suppose 100 boxes of raisins are randomly sampled and the number of raisins in each box is counted. The data are given in the following table:

 

57 51 53 52 50 60 51 51 52 52
44 53 45 57 39 53 58 47 51 48
49 49 44 54 46 52 55 54 47 53
49 52 49 54 57 52 52 53 49 47
51 48 55 53 55 47 53 43 48 46
54 46 51 48 53 56 48 47 49 57
55 53 50 47 57 49 43 58 52 44
46 59 57 47 61 60 49 53 41 48
59 53 45 45 56 40 46 49 50 57
47 52 48 50 45 56 47 47 48 46

 

Answer the following:

 

  1. Compute the skewness and kurtosis for the given data and interpret the results.

 

  1. Compute suitable width of the class interval and construct continuous frequency distribution for the given data.

 

  • Also, construct histogram. What does the histogram reveal about the filled boxes?

 

  1. If the number of raisins in each box is normally distributed, then check whether there is a variation in the number of raisins in boxes at 5 % level of significance?

 

(6+6+5+8)

 

Q 2(i). In order to measure the effect of a storewide sales campaign on non-saleable items, the research director of a national supermarket chain took a random sample of 13 pairs of stores which were matched according to average weekly sales volume. One store of each

pair (the experimental group) was exposed to the sales campaign, while the other member of the pair (the control group) was not. The following data indicate the results over a weekly period:

 

Sales (in Rs. ’000)
Store With sales Without sales
campaign campaign
1 67.2 65.3
2 59.4 54.7
3 80.1 81.3
4 47.6 39.8
5 97.8 92.5
6 38.4 37.9
7 57.3 52.4
8 75.2 69.9
9 94.7 89
10 64.3 58.4
11 31.7 33
12 49.3 41.7
13 54 53.6

 

 

  1. What assumption is necessary to perform the parametric test to test that there is evidence that the sales campaign has increased the sales of the items?

 

  1. Perform the test at the 0.05 level of significance

 

  • Before increasing in the excise duty on tea, 800 people out of a sample of 1000 were the consumers of tea. After increasing in the excise duty, 800 people were the consumers of tea in a sample of 1200 persons. Check whether there is a significant decrease in the consumption of tea after increasing the excise duty.

 

(2+13+10)

 

Q 3(i). The ranks given to twenty branches of a bank on the basis of their deposit mobilisation and recovery of loans, are shown in the following table:

 

Deposit 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Mobilisation

 

 

Loan 4 2 9 1 7 10 8 13 5 3 11 6 12 15 14 12 12 14 15 15
Recovery
Compute the rank correlation coefficient and interpret the result.
(10)

 

  • A scientist wants to check the yield of wheat from different varieties of wheat. In this regards, the yields of wheat from 16 plots, all of approximately equal fertility, when 4

varieties of wheat (Say, A, B, C and D) were cultivated are recorded in the following table:

 

Plot No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Variety: A B D C B C A D
Yield: 32 34 29 31 33 34 34 26
Plot No.: 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Variety: B D A C B A B C
Yield: 36 30 33 35 37 35 35 32

 

Assuming that the yields of wheat are normally distributed in each variety with approximately equal variances, test the hypothesis that the average yields of wheat in all four varieties of wheat are the same at 1% level of significance.

 

(15)

 

Q 4.      A researcher wanted to study the effects of different types of cooling fans on the temperature of the different types of computers. The following table gives the observation on temperature of a computer chip when five different types of cooling fans were tried on each of the six different computers:

 

Cooling Computer
Fan A B C D E F
I 26 18 23 12 21 15
II 26 22 28 21 28 22
III 24 19 22 21 24 22
IV 24 21 23 18 19 20
V 25 19 24 15 22 18

 

Assuming that the effects of each cooling fan and computer are normally distributed with approximately equal variances, analyse the design at 5% level of significance. Test whether the effect on the temperature due to different types of (i) cooling fans and (ii) computers are significant or not at 5% level of significant. If significant, do the pair-wise comparison between them.

 

(25)

 

TUTOR MARKED ASSIGNMENT

 

MSTL-002: Industrial Statistics Lab

 

Course Code: MSTL-002

 

Assignment Code: MSTL-002/TMA/2018

 

Maximum Marks: 100

 

Note:

 

  1. All questions are compulsory.

 

  1. Solve the following questions in MS Excel 2007.

 

  1. Take the screenshots of the final output/spreadsheet.

 

  1. Paste all screenshots in the assignments booklets with all necessary hypotheses, interpretations, etc.

 

Q 1.      A manufacturing company produces bearings. The diameter specified for the bearings is 5 millimeters. Every 30 minutes, twelve bearings are sampled and their diameters are measured and recorded. In this way, forty samples of twelve bearings are selected and the data are displayed in the following table:

 

Sample 1 Sample 2 Sample 3 Sample 4 Sample 5 Sample 6
5.01 4.96 5.01 5.02 4.98 4.98
4.92 4.98 4.87 5.01 5.08 5.02
5.01 4.95 5.02 4.99 5.09 4.97
4.88 4.96 5.01 5.02 4.89 4.99
5.05 5.01 5.02 5.03 5.06 4.98
4.97 4.89 5.04 5.01 5.02 4.92
5.03 4.96 5.01 5.02 4.96 4.98
4.92 4.98 4.97 5.02 5.08 5.02
5.01 4.95 5.02 4.99 4.82 4.97
4.88 4.96 5.02 5.02 5.01 5.00
5.05 5.01 5.12 5.03 5.06 4.98
4.97 5.01 5.04 5.01 5.20 4.99
Sample 7 Sample 8 Sample 9 Sample 10 Sample 11 Sample 12
4.99 4.96 4.96 5.03 4.97 5.00
5.08 5.01 5.00 4.99 4.91 4.96
5.00 5.02 4.91 4.96 5.02 5.05
5.02 5.05 4.87 4.99 4.93 4.98
5.01 5.04 4.96 5.11 4.95 5.06
5.01 5.02 5.01 5.04 4.96 5.01
4.99 4.96 4.96 5.03 4.97 5.02
5.00 5.01 5.00 4.99 5.02 4.96
5.00 5.02 4.91 4.96 5.02 5.05
5.02 5.05 5.04 4.98 4.93 4.94
5.01 5.04 4.96 4.97 4.95 5.06

5.01 5.02 5.01 5.04 4.96 5.01
Sample 13 Sample 14 Sample 15 Sample 16 Sample 17 Sample 18
4.96 4.99 4.96 4.96 4.96 5.04
4.99 4.97 4.99 4.99 4.93 5.03
4.92 5.01 4.92 4.92 4.97 4.97
5.03 4.98 5.03 5.03 5.01 4.99
5.00 4.96 5.00 5.00 4.98 5.05
4.96 5.02 4.96 4.96 4.92 5.06
4.96 4.99 4.96 4.96 4.96 5.04
4.99 4.97 4.99 4.99 4.93 5.03
4.82 5.01 4.82 4.82 4.97 4.97
5.03 4.98 5.03 5.03 5.01 4.99
5.00 4.96 5.00 5.00 4.98 5.05
4.96 5.02 4.96 4.96 4.92 4.90
Sample 19 Sample 20 Sample 21 Sample 22 Sample 23 Sample 24
5.04 5.03 5.02 5.11 5.02 5.02
5.03 4.92 4.98 4.97 4.98 4.98
4.97 4.91 4.99 4.92 4.99 4.99
4.99 4.98 5.03 4.98 5.03 5.03
5.05 4.95 4.96 5.02 4.96 4.96
5.06 4.90 5.03 4.94 5.03 5.03
5.04 5.03 5.02 5.11 5.02 5.02
5.03 4.99 4.98 4.99 4.98 4.98
4.97 4.91 4.99 4.92 4.99 4.99
4.99 4.98 5.03 4.98 5.03 5.03
5.05 4.95 4.96 5.02 4.96 4.96
4.90 5.02 5.03 4.94 5.03 5.03
Sample 25 Sample 26 Sample 27 Sample 28 Sample 29 Sample 30
4.98 4.96 4.96 5.03 4.97 5.09
5.02 5.01 5.00 4.99 4.91 4.96
4.92 5.02 4.91 4.96 5.02 5.05
4.99 5.05 4.87 4.87 4.93 4.99
4.98 5.04 4.96 4.98 4.95 5.06
4.99 5.02 5.01 5.04 4.96 5.01
4.98 4.96 4.96 5.03 4.97 5.09
5.02 5.01 5.00 4.99 4.91 4.96
4.97 5.02 4.91 4.96 5.02 5.05
4.99 5.05 5.02 5.10 4.93 4.91
4.98 5.04 4.96 5.11 4.95 5.06
4.99 5.02 5.01 5.04 4.96 5.01
Sample 31 Sample 32 Sample 33 Sample 34 Sample 35 Sample 36

4.96 4.99 5.01 5.05 4.96 4.90
4.99 4.97 5.04 4.97 4.93 4.95
4.82 5.01 4.98 5.04 4.97 5.04
5.03 4.98 5.07 5.03 5.01 5.01
5.00 4.96 4.96 5.09 4.98 4.88
4.96 5.02 4.91 5.01 4.92 5.09
4.96 4.99 5.01 5.05 4.96 4.90
4.99 4.97 5.04 4.97 4.93 4.85
5.02 5.01 5.09 5.04 4.97 5.17
5.03 4.98 5.07 5.03 5.01 5.12
5.00 4.96 4.92 4.97 4.98 4.88
4.96 5.02 5.13 5.01 4.92 4.86
Sample 37 Sample 38 Sample 39 Sample 40
5.04 5.05 4.96 5.04
5.03 4.97 4.93 5.03
4.97 5.04 4.97 4.97
4.99 5.03 5.01 4.99
5.05 5.09 4.98 5.05
5.06 5.01 4.92 5.06
5.04 5.05 4.96 5.04
5.03 4.97 4.93 5.03
4.97 5.04 4.97 4.97
4.99 5.03 5.01 4.99
5.05 4.97 4.98 5.05
4.90 5.01 4.92 4.90

 

Construct the suitable control charts for variability as well as average to infer whether the diameter of the process is under control or not. If it is out-of-control, construct the revised control charts.

 

(25)

 

Q 2.      A manufacturer produces decorative wooden pieces. Each decorative wooden piece is supposed to meet company standard. To check and control the process of cutting, the company quality people randomly sampled wooden pieces varies in length from every shift and determined the number of defects on the wooden pieces. The data collected from 40 such samples are shown below:

 

Length of Wooden Piece
Sample Number of Defects
(in inches)
1 15 1
2 15 2
3 17 2
4 15 7
5 15 2
6 14 1
7 15 2
8 16 3

9 15 2
10 15 1
11 16 3
12 18 1
13 16 3
14 16 2
15 15 3
16 14 2
17 15 1
18 16 3
19 15 1
20 15 2
21 15 1
22 16 3
23 15 2
24 15 3
25 14 2
26 12 1
27 13 2
28 12 2
29 12 3
30 12 2
31 13 1
32 13 2
33 12 3
34 15 3
35 13 1
36 12 6
37 12 1
38 14 3
39 13 3
40 12 1

 

Construct a suitable control chart to check whether the process is said to be in a state of control or not using both approaches. Also construct the revised control charts, if necessary.

 

(25)

 

Q 3        A Personnel Manager of a company that produces an industrial product, is interested in analysing the salaries of workers involved in the production process. To accomplish this, she/he has decided to develop a multiple regression model to predict their weekly salaries. For this purpose, he/she has selected a random sample of 50 workers involved in the production process. The information on their current monthly salaries in hundreds (Y), lengths of employment (X1 ) , ages (X2 ) , sex (X3 ;0 for female and1 for male), and

 

job classifications (X4 ;0 for technical jobs and1 for clerical jobs) are summarised in the following table:

Employee Y X1 X2 X 3 X 4
1 395 69 47 1 0
2 306 46 40 0 0
3 467 125 39 1 0
4 423 20 45 1 0
5 475 173 56 1 0
6 337 37 25 0 0
7 564 237 48 1 0
8 391 52 28 1 0
9 372 67 46 0 0
10 307 124 30 1 0
11 278 12 20 1 0
12 625 313 46 1 0
13 500 291 47 0 0
14 340 34 23 0 0
15 562 275 48 1 0
16 423 111 56 1 0
17 328 14 27 1 0
18 435 89 29 1 0
19 433 188 58 0 0
20 428 44 34 1 0
21 346 21 24 0 0
22 428 35 26 1 0
23 398 46 21 1 0
24 378 43 25 1 0
25 407 27 22 0 0
26 378 19 24 1 0
27 545 229 58 1 0
28 477 276 58 0 0
29 454 330 52 1 0
30 554 331 60 1 0
31 466 72 41 1 0
32 333 85 27 0 0
33 366 84 47 1 0
34 265 25 21 0 1
35 577 220 39 0 1
36 373 31 25 1 1
37 544 300 55 1 1
38 585 311 50 1 1
39 256 6 32 0 1
40 344 18 44 1 1

41 378 89 46 0 1
42 308 76 40 0 1
43 356 53 47 0 1
44 309 17 53 0 1
45 591 354 58 0 1
46 363 64 42 0 1
47 336 88 34 0 1
48 313 11 21 1 1
49 634 407 53 0 1
50 363 64 42 0 1

 

  1. Prepare a scatter plots considering Y and (a) X1 and X3 , (b) X1 and X4 (c) X2 and X3 and (d) X2 and X4 to get an idea about the relationship among the variables.

 

  1. Develop the best fitted multiple regression model using stepwise regression procedure.

 

  • Does the fitted regression model satisfy the linearity and normality assumptions?

 

(8+9+8)

 

 

Q 4        An agricultural institute is interested in analysing the pattern of the employment in agriculture in a particular state in past years and then forecasting the expected number of employment for the upcoming years. The number of persons (in millions) employed in agriculture on a monthly basis from January 2008 through December 2017. The following monthly data are available for past 10 years:

 

Year

Month 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
January 2.877 2.869 2.955 3.197 2.888 2.853 2.672 2.868 2.762 2.782
February 2.846 2.909 2.956 3.283 2.89 2.802 2.709 2.771 2.796 2.836
March 3.042 3.094 3.131 3.334 2.988 2.897 2.804 2.913 2.925 2.962
April 3.505 3.287 3.295 3.437 3.171 3.273 3.14 3.151 3.074 3.081
May 3.598 3.531 3.467 3.604 3.622 3.415 3.478 3.369 3.309 3.436
June 3.92 3.976 4.053 3.895 3.869 3.78 3.82 3.983 3.785 3.737
July 3.971 4.061 4.165 4.024 4.09 3.931 3.79 3.997 3.857 3.853
August 3.764 4.031 3.826 3.851 3.886 3.842 3.682 3.856 3.795 3.636
September 3.444 3.658 3.436 3.563 3.626 3.396 3.326 3.549 3.545 3.635
October 3.47 3.721 3.525 3.536 3.524 3.447 3.408 3.553 3.467 3.501
November 3.262 3.363 3.419 3.224 3.156 3.081 3.181 3.1 3.257 3.214
December 2.948 3.163 3.202 2.959 2.856 2.85 2.914 2.99 2.995 3.057

 

  1. Compute the seasonal indices using ratio to moving average method.

 

  1. Obtain the deseasonalised values and then fit a linear trend line to the average annual employment using least squares method.

  1. Convert the annual least-squared trend equation to a monthly trend equation.

 

  1. Use the monthly trend equation and seasonal indices to forecast the number of persons employed in agriculture for all twelve months of 2018 and 2019.

 

  1. Plot the original data, deseasonalised data and trend values.

 

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TOPICS EXAMPLE

A STUDY TO IDENTIFY REASONS OF SCHOLASTIC BACKWARDNESS  IN CHILDREN

A STUDY OF ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AND PERSONALITY CHARACTERISTICS OF CHILDREN OF WORKING AND NON WORKING MOTHERS

SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF STUDENTS AT IGNOU

EFFECT OF COUNSELLING ON THE ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT, NEED-ACHIEVEMENT AND STUDY HABITS OF UNDERACHIEVERS

INFLUENCE OF GEOMETRICAL ABILITY AND STUDY HABIT ON THE ACHIEVEMENT IN MATHEMATICS AT SECONDARY STAGE

A STUDY OF RELATIONSHIP AMONG MENTAL HEALTH, EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

LEARNING STYLES OF 10TH CLASS STUDENTS OF ICSE BOARD

A STUDY OF SOCIETAL NEEDS OF ADOLESCENT GIRLS

OCCUPATIONAL STRESS AND ROLE COMMITMENT: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SCHOOL TEACHERS IN GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS

EGO STRENGTH, SELF-ACTUALIZATION AND THE LEVEL OF BURNOUT AMONG THE HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS

COGNITIVE ABILITIES OF STUDENTS PURSUING THEIR HIGHER EDUCATION

A STUDY OF ADJUSTMENT OF STUDENTS BASED ON PERSONALITY AND ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION

AN ANALYTICAL STUDY OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE, MENTAL HEALTH AND ACADEMIC ACHIVEMENT AMONG STANDARD 9 STUDENTS

STUDY OF PSYCHO-SOCIAL PROBLEMS OF ADOLESCENT GIRLS RELATED TO THEIR FAMILY LIFE, EDUCATIONAL LIFE AND EMOTIONAL BEHAVIOUR

A STUDY ABOUT MANAGEMENT EDUCATION IN SELECTED BUSINESS SCHOOLS

LEADERSHIP QUALITIES AND SELF-PERCEPTION OF STUDENTS PURSUING THEIR HIGHER EDUCATION

STUDY OF THE STATUS OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION IN GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS OF DELHI

THE EFFECT OF SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT, HOME ENVIRONMENT AND STUDY HABITS ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS OF SCHEDULED CASTE STUDENTS

THE STUDY OF RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DEPRESSION AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT IN GRADUATE AND POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS

USAGE AND IMPACT OF MOBILE PHONES UPON THE STUDENTS OF PROFESSIONAL COURSES

MANAGEMENT OF EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS’ IN SHAPING THE PERSONALITY OF STUDENTS

AN ANALYTICAL STUDY OF PERSONALITY STRUCTURE, CREATIVE POTENTIAL AND STUDY HABIT OF ACADEMICALLY GIFTED STUDENTS

MESP 1 (SYNOPSIS: 8-12 PAGES, REPORT: 100-120 PAGES)

 

IGNOU MP (MBA) (MS 100) PROJECT/REPORT

MBA(HR-FIN-OP-MKT)

TOPICS (EXAMPLE)

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (HRM)

RELATION BETWEEN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND CUSTOMER SERVICE

A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON OCCUPATIONAL STRESS AMONG EMPLOYEES FROM GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE SECTOR ORGANIZATIONS

TRAINING, DEVELOPMENT AND PERFORMANCE APPRAISSAL OF EMPLOYEES IN HOTEL INDUSTRY

IMPACT OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ON CUSTOMER SERVICES IN BANKING SECTOR

HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT (HRD) IN TELECOM INDUSTRY IN INDIA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR COMPANIES

PERCEPTION OF FACULTY MEMBERS IN THE MANAGEMENT INSTITUTES REGARDING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF TQM PRACTICES IN MANAGEMENT INSTITUTES

DESIGN OF HUMAN RESOURCE INFORMATION SYSTEM (HRIS) FOR AN ORGANIZATION

RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION PRACTICES: A CASE STUDY OF HOTEL INDUSTRY

PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL METHODS IN SELECTED PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR BANKS

SECURITY MEASURES ADOPTED FOR CALL CENTRE EMPLOYEES AND THEIR JOB SATISFACTION

KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES AND KNOWLEDGE SHARING: A STUDY OF HEALTH SECTOR

MARKETING (MKT)

MARKETING STRATEGIES FOR KITCHEN APPLIANCES: CUSTOMER PERSPECTIVE

CONSUMER BUYING BEHAVIOUR TOWARDS SELECTIVE

ELECTRONIC HOME APPLIANCES

CONSUMERS ATTITUDES TOWARDS CONSUMERISM, GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS AND CONSUMER RESPONSIBILITIES

A STUDY OF TOURIST’S SATISFACTION TOWARDS TOURISM PRODUCTS AND MARKET

A STUDY ON ATTITUDES & PERCEPTION OF THE CONSUMERS TOWARDS GREEN MARKETING WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO FERTILIZER INDUSTRY

A STUDY TO ANALYZE THE CUSTOMER PREFERENCES AND SELLING PRACTICES OF LIFE INSURANCE PRODUCTS

A STUDY ON CONSUMER ATTITUDES TOWARDS A MODEL OF MARUTI CAR

A STUDY ON IMPULSIVE BUYING BEHAVIOUR AND SATISFACTION TOWARDS RETAIL OUTLET IN BIG BAZAAR

CUSTOMER SATISFACTION REGARDING THE SERVICE QUALITY OF DEPARTMENTAL STORES

CUSTOMERS’ PERCEPTION & SATISFACTION IN SELECTED INDIAN UNIVERSAL BANKS

MARKETING OF HOME DELIVERY SYSTEM IN SUPER MARKET WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS

FINANCE (FIN)

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FINANCE CORPORATION LIMITED (HDFC) BANK

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES AND INVESTORS’ PREFERENCE IN NEW DELHI CITY

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF PUNJ LLOYD LTD & L&T LTD. INFRASTRUCTURE COMPANIES IN INDIA

A STUDY OF WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT OF LEADING HOTELS IN INDIA

A STUDY OF HOUSING FINANCE BY SUNDARAM HOME FINANCE LIMITED, NEW DELHI

A COMPARATIVE STUDY TO ANALYZE THE FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF SELECTED PUBLIC SECTOR AND PRIVATE SECTOR BANKS IN INDIA

PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT: A CASE STUDY OF INVESTORS

A STUDY TO ANALYZE THE WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT AT NATIONAL FERTILIZERS LTD. NOIDA, INDIA

A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF GOLD LOAN COMPANIES

A STUDY OF THE ATTITUDE OF INVESTORS AND BROKERS TOWARDS INVESTMENT IN MUTUAL FUNDS

A STUDY TO ANALYZE THE FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF SELECTED INFRASTRUCTURE COMPANIES IN INDIA

OPERATION (OR)

TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT PRACTICES: A STUDY OF MANAGEMENT INSTITUTES IN NEW DELHI

STUDY OF LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT IN AUTOMOBILE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM

A STUDY OF THE MANAGEMENT OF LOGISTICS ACTIVITIES IN BONDED  WAREHOUSES IN AIR CARGO TRAFFIC IN DELHI

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT IN FERTILIZER INDUSTRY

PERFORMACE OF LOGISTICS IN TRANSPORT CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD.

LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT IN RETAIL INDUSTRY

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN RETAILING: A CONSUMER PERCEPTION STUDY

MS 100 (SYNOPSIS: 8-12 PAGES, REPORT: 70-100 PAGES) SPECIALIZATIONS: HR (HUMAN RESOURCE), MARKETING (MKT), FINANCE (FIN), OPERATION (OR)

 

 

IGNOU MAPC (MA PSYCHOLOGY) PROJECT/REPORT

TOPICS (EXAMPLE)

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AND PERSONALITY CHARACTERISTICS OF CHILDREN OF WORKING AND NON WORKING MOTHERS

OCCUPATIONAL STRESS AMONG MALE AND FEMALE EMPLOYEES

AN ANALYTICAL STUDY OF THE CREATIVE POTENTIAL AND PERSONALITY STRUCTURE OF ACADEMICALLY GIFTED STUDENTS

TO STUDY THE ORGANISATIONAL ROLE STRESS, EGO STRENGTH AND THE LEVEL OF BURNOUT AMONG THE SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS

DIFFERENT DIMENSIONS OF GIRLS EMPOWERMENT AMONG GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL: A COMPARATIVE STUDY

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE, LEARNING STYLES AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF ADOLESCENT STUDENTS OF 10TH GRADE

ATTITUDES AND LEADERSHIP QUALITIES OF DELHI UNIVERSITY STUDENTS

TO STUDY THE IMPACT OF SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT AND HOME ENVIRONMENT ON THE ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF SCHEDULED CASTE STUDENTS

EFFECT OF ARITHMETICAL ABILITY AND STUDY HABIT ON THE ACHIEVEMENT IN MATHEMATICS AT SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

LEARNING STYLES OF ADOLESCENT STUDENTS: A COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS

A STUDY OF RELATIONSHIP AMONG MENTAL HEALTH, EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

RELEVANCE OF PERSONALITY OF STUDENTS IN THEIR ADJUSTMENTS TO SCHOOL LIFE

A STUDY ON THE INFLUENCE OF EXAMINATION ANXIETY ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

TO STUDY OF PSYCHO-SOCIAL PROBLEMS OF ADOLESCENT GIRLS RELATED TO THEIR FAMILY LIFE, EDUCATIONAL LIFE AND EMOTIONAL BEHAVIOUR

TO COMPARE THE OCCUPATIONAL/JOB STRESS LEVEL BETWEEN WORKING WOMEN AND WORKING MEN IN DELHI & NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION

EXAMINATION STRESS IN RELATION TO INTELLIGENCE, PERSONALITY AND ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION AMONG HIGH SCHOOL CHILDREN

JOB SATISFACTION & OCCUPATIONAL STRESS AMONG EMPLOYEES

EFFECT OF VIOLENT VIDEO GAMES AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

USAGE AND IMPACT OF MOBILE PHONES UPON THE STUDENTS OF PROFESSIONAL COURSES

TO STUDY THE EFFECT OF COUNSELLING ON THE ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT, NEED-ACHIEVEMENT AND STUDY HABITS OF UNDERACHIEVERS

PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTRESS OF MENOPAUSAL MARRIED AND UNMARRIED WOMEN IN RELATION TO

PHYSIOLOGICAL SYMPTOMS, LIFE EVENTS, AND SOCIAL SUPPORT

A STUDY TO ANALYZE SELF-ESTEEM IN CHILDREN OF SINGLE PARENT AND THAT OF TWO PARENTS

A STUDY ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF RELAPSE PREVENTION THERAPY IN SUBSTANCE ABUSERS

MPCE 16, MPCE 26, MPCE 36 (SYNOPSIS: 15- 20 PAGES, REPORT: 100-120 PAGES)

 

IGNOU DNHE (DIPLOMA IN NUTRITION AND HEALTH EDUCATION) DNHE 4 PROJECT/REPORT

DNHE-4

TOPICS (EXAMPLE)

NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF PRESCHOOL (1-3 YEARS) CHILDREN

NUTRITION KNOWLEDGE ATTITUDE AND PRACTICES AMONG STUDENTS OF DELHI

EFFECTS OF CHILDCARE PRACTICES ON THE NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF THE INFANTS OF WORKING MOTHERS ATTENDING DAYCARE CENTRES

KAP (KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE AND PRACTICE) AMONG NUTRITION AND NON- NUTRITION STUDENTS

A STUDY TO ANALYZE THE PREVALANCE OF OBESITY AMONG PRESCHOOL CHILDREN STUDYING IN GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS

TO STUDY OF THE FACTORS INFLUENCING THE CHOICE OF FAMILY PLANNING MEASURES AMONG COUPLES

TO STUDY THE FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH CHILD OBESITY AMONG PRESCHOOL CHILDREN (AGED 2 TO 5 YEARS)

A STUDY TO ANALYZE THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MALNUTRITION AND INFECTION

MANAGEMENT OF INFECTIOUS DIARRHEA

PREVENTING AND CONTROLLING MICRONUTRIENT DEFICIENCIES

TRADITIONAL FOODS FOR PREGNANT & LACTATING WOMEN & THEIR NUTRITIONAL SIGNIFICANCE

A STUDY ABOUT MANAGEMENT OF DIABETES MELLITUS

DNHE 4 (SYNOPSIS: 4-6 PAGES, REPORT: 40-60 PAGES)

 

IGNOU PGDDM (POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN DISASTER MANAGEMENT) MPAP 1 PROJECT/REPORT

TOPICS (EXAMPLE)

DISASTER MANAGEMENT: A CASE STUDY OF FLOODS IN THE BRAHMAPUTRA VALLEY OF ASSAM
AN ANALYTICAL STUDY ON NATURAL DISASTERS
ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION AND HUMAN RIGHTS: A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK
TO STUDY OF DISASTER MANAGEMENT AT THE LOCAL LEVEL – ROLE OF LOCAL SELF GOVERNMENT
DROUGHT MANAGEMENT: A CASE STUDY OF DROUGHTS IN THE GUJARAT
A STUDY REPORT ON UNNATURAL, MAN-MADE TRAGEDY: UTTARAKHAND FLOOD DISASTER
AN ANALYTICAL STUDY ON NATURAL DISASTERS IN NORTHERN PART OF WEST BENGAL

 

 

IGNOU MPA (MA PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION) MPAP 2 PROJECT/REPORT

TOPICS (EXAMPLE)

STATUS OF SCHEDULED CASTES AND SCHEDULED TRIBES WOMEN: A CASE STUDY IN RURAL AREAS OF KARNAL, HARYANA

A STUDY OF HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATION IN POLICE CUSTODY: A CASE STUDY OF STATE DELHI
PUBLIC POLICY IN INDIA: ROLE OF BUREAUCRACY

AWARENESS ABOUT MICROFINANCE AMONG RURAL PEOPLE OF NORTH EAST DISTRICT IN THE STATE OF DELHI

A STUDY TO ANALYZE THE IMPACT OF 73RD CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ACT ON WOMEN EMPOWERMENT

ROLE OF SELF HELP GROUP IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF RURAL WOMEN

ROLE OF NON GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATIONS (NGOs) IN EDUCATING AND EMPOWERING WOMEN

IMPACT OF MAHATMA GANDHI NATIONAL RURAL EMPLOYMENT GUARANTEE ACT (MGNREGA) ON RURAL LIVELIHOODS

MPAP 2 (SYNOPSIS: 8-12 PAGES, REPORT: 100-120 PAGES)

 

 

 

 

IGNOU MARD (MA RURAL DEVELOPMENT) MRDP 1 PROJECT/REPORT

TOPICS (EXAMPLE)

ROLE OF RURAL BANKS IN THE EMPOWERMENT OF FARMERS

ROLE OF NON GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATIONS (NGOs) IN EDUCATING AND EMPOWERING WOMEN

ROLE OF COMMUNICATION FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF RURAL WOMEN WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO SELF HELP GROUP

A STUDY ON MAHATMA GANDHI NATIONAL RURAL EMPLOYMENT GUARANTEE ACT (MGNREGA) AND ITS IMPACT ON RURAL LIVELIHOODS

THE STATUS OF DALIT WOMEN IN RURAL AREA

IMPACT OF INTEGRATED CHILD DEVELOPMENT SERVICES WITH REGARD TO THE SOCIAL AND PHSYICAL DEVELOPMENT OF PRE-SCHOOLERS

A STUDY ON THE ROLE OF 73RD CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ACT ON WOMEN EMPOWERMENT

A STUDY OF MICRO FINANCE FACILITIES AND ANALYZING THE AWARENESS LEVEL OF RURAL PEOPLE ABOUT MICRO FINANCE

STATUS OF SCHEDULED TRIBES WOMEN

VIOLATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS OF WOMEN

WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT IN PANCHAYATI RAJ INSTITUTION

MRDP 1 (SYNOPSIS: 8-12 PAGES, REPORT: 100-120 PAGES)

 

 

 

IGNOU MTM (MA TOURISM MANAGEMENT) MTM 16 PROJECT/REPORT

TOPICS (EXAMPLE)

TOURIST SATISFACTION WITH PILGRIMAGE PLACES

A STUDY ABOUT MEDICAL TOURISM

A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF PILGRIMAGE TOURISM

MARKETING OF TOURISM DESTINATIONS

A STUDY OF TOURIST’S SATISFACTION TOWARDS TOURISM PRODUCTS AND MARKET

AN ANALYTICAL STUDY OF ITDC: ROLE, CONTRIBUTION AND TOURIST SATISFACTION OF ITS TOUR PACKAGES

EXPECTATIONS AND PERCEPTIONS OF TOURISTS VISITING DELHI

A STUDY OF CULTURE, ARTS AND CRAFTS IN MADHYA PRADESH, INDIA

ROLE OF TRAVEL AGENCY IN PROMOTION OF INDIAN TOURISM: A CASE STUDY OF THOMAS COOK (INDIA) LIMITED

A STUDY OF THE PILGRIMAGE TOURISM MANAGEMENT ISSUES AND CHALLENGESWITH REFERENCE TO DELHI

TO STUDY THE EFFECT OF INTERNET ON THE MARKETING OF HOTELS AND TOUR OPERATORS IN CITY NEW DELHI

PILGRIMAGE TOURISM MANAGEMENT IN DELHI: CHALLENGES AND ISSUES

THE ROLE AND IMPORTANCE OF THE INTERNET IN THE MARKETING OF TRAVEL AGENCIES BUSINESS

RELIGIOUS SITES AS A POTENTIAL TOURISM PRODUCT FOR INBOUND TOURISM

A STUDY OF THE PERCEPTIONS OF DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL TOURISTS VISITING JAMMU & KASHMIR USING SERVQUAL MODEL

A STUDY OF TOURISM INDUSTRY OF JAMMU WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO ECOTOURISM

A STUDY OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE TOURISM MARKET IN THE STATE JAMMU & KASHMIR

MTM 16 (SYNOPSIS: 8-12 PAGES, REPORT: 70-100 PAGES)

 

 

 

IGNOU M.ED. (MASTER IN EDUCATION) MESP 68 PROJECT/REPORT

TOPICS (EXAMPLE)

LEADERSHIP QUALITIES AND SELF-PERCEPTION OF STUDENTS PURSUING THEIR HIGHER EDUCATION

STUDY OF THE STATUS OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION IN GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS OF DELHI

THE EFFECT OF SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT, HOME ENVIRONMENT AND STUDY HABITS ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS OF SCHEDULED CASTE STUDENTS

THE STUDY OF RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DEPRESSION AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT IN GRADUATE AND POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS

USAGE AND IMPACT OF MOBILE PHONES UPON THE STUDENTS OF PROFESSIONAL COURSES

MANAGEMENT OF EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS’ IN SHAPING THE PERSONALITY OF STUDENTS

AN ANALYTICAL STUDY OF PERSONALITY STRUCTURE, CREATIVE POTENTIAL AND STUDY HABIT OF ACADEMICALLY GIFTED STUDENTS

A STUDY TO IDENTIFY REASONS OF SCHOLASTIC BACKWARDNESS IN CHILDREN

A STUDY OF ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AND PERSONALITY CHARACTERISTICS OF CHILDREN OF WORKING AND NON WORKING MOTHERS

SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF STUDENTS AT IGNOU

EFFECT OF COUNSELLING ON THE ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT, NEED-ACHIEVEMENT AND STUDY HABITS OF UNDERACHIEVERS

INFLUENCE OF GEOMETRICAL ABILITY AND STUDY HABIT ON THE ACHIEVEMENT IN MATHEMATICS AT SECONDARY STAGE

A STUDY OF RELATIONSHIP AMONG MENTAL HEALTH, EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

LEARNING STYLES OF 10TH CLASS STUDENTS OF ICSE BOARD

A STUDY OF SOCIETAL NEEDS OF ADOLESCENT GIRLS

OCCUPATIONAL STRESS AND ROLE COMMITMENT: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SCHOOL TEACHERS IN GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS

EGO STRENGTH, SELF-ACTUALIZATION AND THE LEVEL OF BURNOUT AMONG THE HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS

COGNITIVE ABILITIES OF STUDENTS PURSUING THEIR HIGHER EDUCATION

A STUDY OF ADJUSTMENT OF STUDENTS BASED ON PERSONALITY AND ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION

AN ANALYTICAL STUDY OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE, MENTAL HEALTH AND ACADEMIC ACHIVEMENT AMONG STANDARD 9 STUDENTS

STUDY OF PSYCHO-SOCIAL PROBLEMS OF ADOLESCENT GIRLS RELATED TO THEIR FAMILY LIFE, EDUCATIONAL LIFE AND EMOTIONAL BEHAVIOUR

A STUDY ABOUT MANAGEMENT EDUCATION IN SELECTED BUSINESS SCHOOLS

MESP 68 (SYNOPSIS: 8-12 PAGES, REPORT: 100-120 PAGES)

 

 IGNOU MCA(MCSP-60) PROJECT REPORT REPORT

 

Important Dates for Project & Synopsis SubmissionOnly for BCA and MCA Degree programmes :

Session Type of Submission Date
January
July
January
July
Synopsis
Synopsis
Project
Project
1st April to 30th June
1st October to 31st December
1st January to 31st March
1st July to 30th September

 

 

 

MCSP-60 PROJECT/REPORT

TOPICS EXAMPLE

Real Estate Management System

Inventory Management System

Hospital management System

Retail Management System

Online Education System

VOIP Based Predictive Dialer

Light & Sound Control System

College Management System

Hotel Management System

Tour & Travel Software

HR Payroll Management System

Time Table Management System

Attendance Management System

Restaurant Billing System

Shopping Mall Billing System

E-Shop Portal

Student Database Management System

Online Job Portal

Library Management System

Fee Management System

Car Parking Management System

Matrimonial Web Portal

Export/Import ERP Solution

Income Tax Software

Customer Enquiry Management System

 

 

POINTS TO REMEMBER WHILE PREPARING THE PROJECT PROPOSAL

Project Proposal Formulation

The project proposal should be prepared in consultation with your guide. The·

project proposal should clearly state the project objectives and the environment of the

proposed project to be undertaken. The project work should compulsorily include the

software development. The project proposal should contain complete details in the

following form:

Proforma for Approval of Project Proposal (see page no.5) duly filled and signed by both·

the student and the Project Guide with date.

Bio-data of the project guide with her/his signature and date.·

Synopsis of the project proposal (15-20 pages) covering the following aspects:·

(i) Title of the Project.

(ii) Introduction and Objectives of the Project.

(iii) Project Category (RDBMS/OOPS/Networking/Multimedia/Artificial

Intelligence/Expert Systems etc.).

(iv) Tools/Platform, Hardware and Software Requirement specifications.

(v) Problem Definition, Requirement Specifications (Detailed functional

Requirements and Technical Specifications), Project Planning and Scheduling

(Gantt chart and PERT chart).

(vi) Scope of the solution.

(vii) Analysis (Data Models like 0, 1 and 2 level DFDs, Complete ER Diagrams with

cardinality, Class Diagrams etc. as per the project requirements).

(viii) A complete Database and tables detail with Primary and Foreign keys, and proper

constraints in the fields (as per project requirements)

(ix) A complete structure which includes:

Number of modules and their description to provide an estimation of the·

student’s effort on the project. Along with process logic of each Module.

Data Structures as per the project requirements for all the modules.·

Process Logic of each module.·

Implementation methodology·

List of reports that are likely to be generated.·

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(x) Overall network architecture (if required for your project)

(xi) Implementation of security mechanisms at various levels

(xii) Future scope and further enhancement of the project.

(xiii) Bibliography

A self-addressed envelope with duly affixed postage stamps (to send it by ordinary post·

only) on it.

Project proposal completed in all aspects with necessary enclosures should be sent to the

Regional Director of the Regional Centre concerned. While posting your proposal to your

Regional Centre, on the top of the envelope you should mention “MCA Project Proposal

(MCSP-060)”. Under no circumstances, should the project proposal be sent to SOCIS,

IGNOU, New Delhi.

A project proposal, once approved, is valid for one year (two slots). In case, a student is

unable to submit her/his project report as per the slot, s/he may be given another chance for

submission of the project report in the subsequent slot. If s/he still does not submit the

project report, a fresh synopsis approval is needed.

All entries of the proforma of approval should be filled up with appropriate and complete

information. Incomplete approval-proforma in any respect will be summarily rejected.

A photocopy of the complete Project Proposal (along with Project Proforma, Project

Synopsis, Bio-data of the guide) submitted to your Regional Centre, should be retained by

the student for future reference.

The evaluated project proposal proforma along with the details of Approved/Disapproved

will be sent to the student within 4-6 weeks after the proposal is received at Regional Centre

concerned. In case if it is disapproved, the suggestions for reformulating the project will be

communicated to the student. Revised project proposal proforma, synopsis, bio-data of the

guide with her/his signature on it, should be sent along with the original copy/photocopy of

the non-approved proforma of the earlier project proposal, to the Regional Centre

Concerned.

The project is a part of your final semester (6th semesters) curriculum. Students are eligible

to submit the project proposals after entering the 5th semester of MCA as per the calendar.

In case the students require any project trainee letter from the University for doing a project

in any organization/software company, they can get a “Project Trainee letter” (Refer

page 21) attested by the Project Coordinator/Regional Director / Asst. Regional Director.

Please ensure that at any given point of time, a guide should not provide guidance for

more than 5 MCA students of IGNOU.

Violation of the project guidelines will lead to the rejection of the project at any stage.

POINTS TO REMEMBER WHILE PREPARING THE
PROJECT REPORT
1. Project Report Formulation:
The project report should contain the following:
(i) Original copy of the Approved Proforma and Project Proposal.
(ii) Bio-data of the guide with her/his signature and date.
(iii) Certificate of Originality (Format given on Page 23).
(iv) Project documentation.
(v) A CD consisting of the executable file(s) of the complete project should be attached
on the last page of the project report. In no case, it should be sent separately. The
student needs to retain the identical copy of the CD that should be carried while
appearing for the viva-voce along with the project report.
2. The project documentation may be about 100 to 125 pages (excluding coding). The
project documentation details should not be too generic in nature. Appropriate project report
documentation should be done, like, how you have done the analysis, design, coding, use
of testing techniques/strategies, etc., in respect of your project. To be more specific,
whatever the theory in respect of these topics is available in the reference books should be
avoided as far as possible. The project documentation should be in respect of your
project only. The project documentation should include the topics given below. Each and
every component shown below carries certain weightage in the project report evaluation.
Table of Contents/Index with page numbering¨
Introduction/Objectives¨
System Analysis¨
Identification of Need¨
Preliminary Investigation¨
Feasibility Study¨
Project Planning¨
Project Scheduling (PERT Chart and Gantt Chart both)¨
Software requirement specifications (SRS)¨
Software Engineering Paradigm applied¨
Data models (like DFD), Control Flow diagrams, State Diagrams/Sequence¨
diagrams, Entity Relationship Model, Class Diagrams/CRC Models/Collaboration
Diagrams/Use-case Diagrams/Activity Diagrams depending upon your project
requirements
System Design¨
Modularisation details¨
Data integrity and constraints¨
Database design, Procedural Design/Object Oriented Design¨
User Interface Design¨
Test Cases (Unit Test Cases and System Test Cases)¨
Coding¨
SQL commands for (i) database creation (along with constraints), (ii) data insertion¨
in tables and (iii) access rights for different users.
Complete Project Coding¨
Comments and Description of Coding segments¨
Standardization of the coding¨
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Code Efficiency¨
Error handling¨
Parameters calling/passing¨
Validation checks¨
Testing¨
Testing techniques and Testing strategies used¨
Testing Plan used¨
Test reports for Unit Test Cases and System Test Cases¨
Debugging and Code improvement¨
System Security measures (Implementation of security for the project developed)¨
Database/data security¨
Creation of User profiles and access rights¨
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side only). All the pages, tables and figures must be numbered. Tables and figures should
contain titles.
4. If any project report is received in the absence of the approved project proposal proforma
(in original), project synopsis, bio-data of the guide with her/his signature on it,
certificate of originality and CD it will be summarily rejected and returned to the student
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approved synopsis. Signature of the Project Guide in the Certificate of Originality should
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(containing the executable file(s) of the project should be enclosed in the last page) is to be
submitted to the Regional Director of the Regional Centre concerned through registered
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student, which should be produced before the examiner at the time of viva-voce.
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KERALA TOURISM – AYURVEDA

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MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL AWARENESS AMONG PEOPLES’ ABOUT THE GREEN CONSERVATION

ENVIRONMENTAL GLOBAL WARMING

FLORA AND FAUNA OF GIR FOREST NATIONAL PARK

FLOODS IN UTTRAKHAND

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CONSERVATION AND DEGRADATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES

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FLORA AND FAUNA OF GARHWAL

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TOURISM PROMOTION IN KULLU MANALI (HP) WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO DUSSEHRA FESTIVAL

IMPORTANCE OF THE INTERNET IN THE MARKETING OF TRAVEL AGENCIES BUSINESS IN CITY DEHRADUN

MARKETING STRATEGIES FOR SIKKIM

E-MARKETING OF HOTELS AND TOUR OPERATORS IN CITY KULLU, HIMACHAL PRADESH

TOURISM PROMOTION IN JAMMU AS A TOURIST DESTINATION

IMPORTANCE OF THE INTERNET IN THE MARKETING OF TRAVEL AGENCIES BUSINESS IN CITY MALAPPURAM

PERFORMANCE OF ANDHRA PRADESH TOURISM DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (APTDC)

MARKETING OF ADVENTURE AND NATURE TOURISM IN SIKKIM

TOURISM MARKETING IN KULLU MANALI

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A STUDY OF MAJOR TOURIST DESTINATIONS IN JAMMU AND KASHMIR

TOURISM MARKETING OF RAJASTHAN

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Course Code : MS-01

Course Title : Management Functions and Behavior

Assignment Code : MS-01/TMA/SEM-II/2018

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Note: Attempt all the questions and submit this assignment on or before 31st October, 2018 to the coordinator of your study centre.

 

  1. Enumerating various roles/tasks of a manager in an organization, briefly describe and discuss any two roles/tasks which according to your experience are most important and crucial for the organisation. Substantiate your answer with suitable examples drawing from your own experience or the ones you are aware of. Briefly describe the organization/s and the situation/s you are referring to.

 

  1. Define and describe tenets and features of ‘decision making under certainty’, ‘decision making under-risk’, and ‘decision making under uncertainty’ with suitable organizational examples drawing from your own organizational experience or the ones you are aware of.  Briefly describe the organisation you are referring to.

 

  1. What are the characteristics, dimensions, and determinants of Organisational Culture and Climate? How do they affect the life, values, and ethos in any organizational set up. Explain with examples from your own experience or the ones you are aware of. Briefly describe the situation , and the organization you are referring to.

 

  1. What factors adversely affect the communication in an orgnisational set up? How to overcome such adverse effect for enhancing effectiveness and efficiency of the organization. Explain with examples from your own experience or the ones you are aware of.

 

 

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Course Code : MS – 2

Course Title : Management of Human Resources

Assignement Code : MS-2 /TMA/SEM – II/2018

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Q1. Explain how Human resource development evolved from traditional personnel functions. Why Human Resources Department has an important part to play in providing the backbone for talent management.

 

Q2.How Critical Incident technique is different from functional job analysis? How Subcultures Relevance for Gender and Minority Issues influences organisational socialisation?

 

Q3. Discuss problems a manager may encounter while doing performance appraisal. Explain how Assessment centers and development centers help in evaluating individual’s managerial potential.

 

Q4. Explain in your own words how effective coaching and performance management can develop conducive organisational culture.

 

Q5. Explain Benefits under Social Security Legislation in India of various industrial Acts. Why Mediation is preferred over Litigation in the recent dispute resolution mechanism.

 

 

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Course Code : MS-03

Course Title : Economic and Social Environment

Assignment Code : MS-03/TMA/SEM-II/2018

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  1. Examine the interaction between economic environment and business management, giving examples.
  2. Discuss the growth, problems and prospects of Small Scale Industry in the post reform period.
  3. Explain India’s economic growth experience and discuss how economic growth has brought about a structural change in the economy.
  4. Analyze the implications and short comings of India’s foreign trade growth.
  5. What are the basic objectives of fiscal policy? Highlight the major problems of fiscal policy.
  6. Write short notes
  7. a) The Environmental Movement
  8. b) Industrial Sickness
  9. c) Globalization
  10. d) Economic Reforms and Employment

 

 

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Course Code : MS-04

Course Title : Accounting and Finance for Managers

Assignment Code : MS-04/TMA/SEM-II/2018

Coverage : All Blocks

 

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  1. As a Finance Manager what are the kind of decisions that you have to make about your company and its activities ? How do these decisions differ form those which investors, regulatory agencies and others make about your company? Is the same kind of information needed by You and the outsiders of the company? If so what is that information ? If not, what are the essential differences?

 

 

  1. You are required to prepare the Statement of Sources and Application of Funds from the given Financial Statements of ABC Limited for the years 2016 & 2017. Also prepare the Statement showing in details the item-wise increase or decrease in the Net Working Capital.

 

31.12.2017 31.12.2016

Rs. Rs.

Assets

Cash at Bank 45,000 1,30,000

Sundry Debtors 1,40,000 90,700

Stock-in-Trade 1,96,000 1,42,000

Fixed Assets less Depreciation 6,00,000 3,60,000

Investments 10,000 11,250

Prepaid Expenses 21,000 14,000

Rs. 10,12,000 7,48,450

 

Liabilities Sundry Creditors

2,98,000 2,51,450
Provision for Taxation 1,72,000 65,000
Secured Loan from Bank 87,000
Reserves and Surplus 3,12,000 1,48,000
Share Capital:
Ordinary Shares of Rs. 100 each 2,30,000 1,97,000
Rs. 10,12,000 7,48,450

 

Further it is informed that:

The position in respect of Reserves and Surplus is :

Rs.

Balance as on 1st January, 2017 1,48,000

Net profit for the year 1,98,500

3,46,500

Less: Dividend 34,500

3,12,000

 

 

(i) On 31st December 2017 the accumulated depreciation on fixed assets was Rs. 1,80,000 and on 31st December 2016 Rs 1,60,000. Machinery costing Rs. 20,000 which was one-half depreciated was discarded and written off in 2017. Depreciation  for the year 2017 amounted to Rs. 30,000

 

(ii) Investments costing Rs. 5,000 were sold during the year 2017 for Rs. 4,800 and Government Securities of the face value of Rs. 4,000 were purchased during the  year for Rs. 3,750

 

 

  1. The data related to Company X, Company Y and Company Z is as given below.

Company X Company Y Company Z

Budgeted sales in units 10,000 10,000 10,000

Budgeted selling price per unit Rs. 2.00 Rs. 2.00 Rs. 2.00

Budgeted variable costs per unit Rs. 1.50 Rs. 1.25 Rs. 1.00

Budgeted fixed expenses

Total Rs. 3,000 Rs. 5,500 Rs. 8,000

Budgeted capacity 80% 80% 80%

From the information given above you are required to calculate for each company :

(a) The budgeted profit.

(b) The budgeted break-even point in unit sales.

(c) The budgeted margin between break-even point and budgeted sales expressed as a percentage of total capacity.

(d) The impact on profits of a ± 10% deviation in budgeted sales.

 

Comment briefly on the effect of this in relation to the distribution between the companies’ fixed and variable expenses.

 

  1. (a) Describe the characteristics of a flexible budget ?

 

(b) “For private sector” budgets are important in profit planning, but budget are costly for not-for-profit organization” Respond.

  1. Discuss your Role as a Finance Manager of your company. What will be the alternatives and factors that you would consider before finalizing your views on dividend policy?

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Course Code : MS-05

Course Title : Management of Machines and Materials

Assignment Code : MS- 05/TMA/SEM-II/2018

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  1. In the present age of modern management and improved technology, what are the major strategic and operational decisions of production and operations management?

 

  1. How can the relationships of different departments be considered in preparing a layout? Prepare a REL chart for the different departments of a typical hospital.

 

  1. What is work design? What are its constituents? Explain using a schematic diagram. What is job design? What are the behavioral aspects in job design?

 

  1. Service organizations usually have to be provided with a higher capacity than the estimated annual or monthly requirement. Why? Elaborate the statement.

 

  1. Write Short notes on the following:
  2. Exchange Curve and aggregate inventory planning
  3. I-O-W (Input-Output-Waste) Model

 

 

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Course Code : MS – 06

Course Title : Marketing for Managers

Assignment Code : MS-06/TMA/SEM – II/2018

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  1. (a) What do you understand by the term marketing? Taking two examples of your choice highlight the importance of “Transaction” in the whole process of marketing.

(b) Critically evaluate the significance of marketing function in the Indian economy post economic reforms of 1990’s. Prepare an essay highlighting the level of economic and social development, (you may access secondary data from various sources).

 

  1. (a) What are the constituents of marketing mix? Discuss each of them in strategy formulation. Pickup an example one each from an FMCG and consumer durable of your choice and explain their role in strategy formulation.

(b) Why and when marketers, evaluate, and monitor consumer behavior? Elaborate by taking a suitable example where consumer behavior has largely played a key role in the success of the product/brand.

 

  1. (a) Discuss segmenting targeting and positioning strategies. What are the advantages that a firm accrue from effective segmentation? Discuss the bases of segmentation for the following products.
  2. i) Food processors.
  3. ii) Perfume for women.

(b) Distinguish a product from a service offering. What are the distinguish characteristics of services that make them different from product /goods. Illustrate with an example.

 

  1. (a) Discuss the concept of Product Life Cycle(PLC). Develop suitable marketing strategies for the following products that may be used at the introduction and maturity stage of the PLC.
  2. i) Audio Music System
  3. ii) Packaged fruit juices.

(b) Discuss the major pricing methods that are available for the marketers to effectively price their product.

 

 

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Course Code : MS – 07

Course Title : Information Systems for Managers

Assignment Code : MS-07/TMA/SEM – II/2018

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  1. How do technological advances affect the spread and use of the Internet? What industries should pay close attention to efforts to regulate the Internet?
  2. Describe the role of functional information systems. Also, discuss the managerial and strategic applications in the Accounting and Finance area or Human Resources Management areas that are supported by IT.
  3. Is information technology as vital to modern global business as money? Why or why not? Describe the capabilities expected of information systems in modern organizations.
  4. Define data mining and list some of its typical characteristics. Discuss some ethical issues related to data mining.
  5. What are the major benefits of neural networks? Discuss some recent popular applications of Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs).

 

 

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Course Code : MS – 8

Course Title : Quantitative Analysis for Managerial Applications

Assignment Code : MS-8/SEM – II /2018

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  1. A manufacturer produces three products A, B and C which he sells in the market. Annual sale estimates (in units) are indicated as follows:
Markets Products
A B C
I

II

8,000

10,000

10,000

2,000

15,000

20,000

(i) If unit sale prices of A, B and C are Rs 2.25, Rs 1.50 and Rs. 1.75 respectively, find

the total revenue in each market with the help of matrices,

(ii) If the unit costs of the above three products are Rs 1.60, Rs. 1.20 and Re 0.90 respectively, find the gross profit with the help of matrices.

 

  1. Calculate the mean deviation from mean for the following table:
Marks 0-10 10-20 20-30 30-40 40-50
No. of students 5 8 15 16 6

 

 

  1. The incidence of a certain disease is such that on the average 20% of workers suffer from it. If 10 workers are selected at random, find the probability that (i) exactly two workers suffer from the disease (ii) not more than two workers suffer from the disease.

 

  1. A normal curve has μ = 20 and = 10. Find the area between x1 = 15 and x2 = 40.
  2. Explain the following concepts
  3. a) Null & alternative hypothesis
  4. b) One & two – tailed test
  5. c) Type 1 & type II error
  6. d) Level of significance.

 

 

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Course Code : MS-9

Course Title : Managerial Economics

Assignment Code : MS-9/TMA/SEM-II/2018

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  1. What is the scope of Managerial Economics? How does the study of Managerial Economics involves the analysis of certain major subjects? Explain citing examples.

 

  1. What is the Law of Demand? Explain increase and decrease of demand with the help of any example of your choice.

 

  1. What is Short- Run Cost Functions? Explain how Total Cost (TC), Total Fixed Cost (TFC) and Total Variable Cost (TVC) are calculated? Discuss with the help of a table and graph.

 

  1. Differentiate between First Degree and Second Degree Price Discrimination. Why is Second Degree Price Discrimination described as multipart pricing?

 

  1. Examine the kink demand curve for oligopolists? Explain the reasons for price rigidity.

 

  1. Write short notes on any two of the following:-

(a) Regression Equation

(b) Exponential Smoothing

(c) Functional Forms of Cost Functions

 

 

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Course Code : MS – 10

Course Title : Organisational Design, Development and Change

Assignment Code : MS-10/TMA/SEM-II/2018

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Q1. How organisation can be seen be seen as a political system, explain with the help of three different frames to understand political system. Explain to what extent technology can have impact on organisational design.

 

Q2. Why recent organisational structure is inclined more towards organic structure where there is no formalisation and unwritten norms which my lead to chaos in an organisation? Discuss your answer stating why organic structure is better than Mechanic organisation.

 

Q3. Why there is need of Human engineering? Explain the importance of work improvement and work measurement in organising and analysing work.

 

Q4. Discuss under what conditions Questionnaire is not a valid diagnostic tool. How interview overcomes the limitations of questionnaire?

 

Q5. Why T-Group training is beneficial for organisation as well as individual? Discuss in brief various phases of Planned Change.

 

 

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Course Code : MS – 11

Course Title : Strategic Management

Assignment Code : MS-11/TMA/SEM – II/2018

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  1. What is a ‘mission statement’? Explain why is it necessary to formulate a mission statement initially in the process of formulating a strategy?

 

  1. Write a brief case study showing the strategic development and its current strategic position of the company of your choice. Use the published information about the company.

 

  1. How is Cost Leadership helpful in determining the success of a business organization? Explain with the help of an example.

 

  1. Choose two companies from a specific sector which are following diversification strategies. Compare and contrast the diversification strategies followed by these companies.

 

  1. Identify a company which is on the verge of closing. Analyze the reasons for the decline of the company.

 

 

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Course Code : MS – 25

Course Title : Managing Change in Organisations

Assignment Code : MS-25/TMA/SEM – II/2018

Coverage : All Blocks

 

Note: Attempt all the questions and submit this assignment on or before 31st October, 2018 to the coordinator of your study center. All the answers should comprise of relevant examples.

Q1. Explain in detail process of Turnaround Management as propounded by Grinyer and McKiernan. Write down various triggers of Turnaround action at any Indian company.

 

Q2. Explain in detail the “Rational and Natural-System” model of organisational analysis related to change.

 

Q3. Differentiate between TQM and continues improvement. What role does organisational management system and Human Resource management system play in a successful TQM initiative?

 

Q4. What are the domains of Organisational diagnosis? How these dimensions help in getting meaningful comprehensive picture of a sick organisation?

 

Q5. Why do people have emotional resistance to change? What can be possible implications of resistance? Under what conditions coercion can be good method of handling resistance by citing an example to support your statement.

 

 

IGNOU MS – 26 SOLVED ASSIGNMENT JULY – DECEMBER 2018

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ASSIGNMENT

Course Code : MS – 26

Course Title : Organisational Dynamics

Assignment Code : MS-26/TMA/SEM – II/2018

Coverage : All Blocks

 

Note : Attempt all the questions and submit this assignment on or before 31st October, 2018 to the coordinator of your study centre.

 

  1. Describe the concept of Mapping Role Systems / Role Set and Role Space. Explain with example

taking your role and various other roles in the organization and draw the Role space and Role Set Maps in relation to your role and various organizational roles in the organization you have worked or aware of.  Briefly describe the organization structure of the organization you are referring to.

 

  1. How do you see decentralization as a structured mechanism of Empowerment? Why is there a need for integrating mechanisms with decentralization? How does it serve the objective of an organization? Explain with suitable examples. Briefly describe the context and the organization you are referring to.
  2. Define and describe the concept and mechanisms of Organizational Learning. Briefly explain the factors which facilitate and retard organizational learning.  Relate your answer with the organizational experience you have or the ones you are aware of. Briefly describe the organization you are referring to.

 

  1. Define Diversity and briefly describe the sources /dimensions of Diversity and also approaches to deal with them.  Explain with suitable examples drawing from your own experience or the ones you are aware of. Briefly describe the context you are referring to.

 

 

IGNOU MS – 27 SOLVED ASSIGNMENT JULY – DECEMBER 2018

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ASSIGNMENT

Course Code : MS – 27

Course Title : Compensation and Rewards Management

Assignment Code : MS-27/TMA/SEM – II/2018

Coverage : All Blocks

 

Note : Attempt all the questions and submit this assignment on or before 31st October, 2018 to the coordinator of your study centre.

 

  1. Explain the frame work for compensation policy at macro and micro levels. Discuss the practical difficulties in translating the policies into action.

 

  1. Explain the norms for fixation of wages. Discuss, whether the same principles of wage fixation apply to industries in public and private sector.

 

  1. Explain the concept of internal and external equity. Briefly describe the methods and systems of job evaluation.

 

  1. Discuss whether and why stock options are becoming popular? What are their advantages and disadvantages?

 

  1. Explain the concept of tax planning. What is the distinction between tax planning and tax avoidance?

 

 

IGNOU MS – 28 SOLVED ASSIGNMENT JULY – DECEMBER 2018

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ASSIGNMENT

Course Code : MS – 28

Course Title : Labour Laws

Assignment Code : MS-28/TMA/SEM – II/2018

Coverage : All Blocks

 

Note : Attempt all the questions and submit this assignment on or before 31st October, 2018 to the coordinator of your study centre.

 

  1. Discuss the sources of industrial jurisprudence in India. Describe the genesis, objective and classification of labour legislation in India.

 

  1. Explain the object and scope of the Delhi shops and establishments Act, 1954. Describe the procedure for registration of an establishment.

 

  1. Discuss the important definition under the Industrial disputes Act, 1947. Describe the provisions for investigation and settlement of industrial disputes under the Act.

 

  1. Explain the object, scope and coverage of the minimum wages Act, 1948. Discuss the functions and composition of advisory board and the central advisory board under the Act.

 

  1. Discuss, which are the establishments covered by the Employees’ provident funds and miscellaneous provision Act, 1952? What are the various modes in which the central provident fund commissioner can recover arrears of any amount due from any employer under section 8 of the Act?

 

 

IGNOU MS – 29 SOLVED ASSIGNMENT JULY – DECEMBER 2018

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ASSIGNMENT

Course Code : MS – 29

Course Title : International Human Resource Management

Assignment Code : MS-29/TMA/SEM – II/2018

Coverage : All Blocks

 

Note: Attempt all the questions and submit this assignment on or before 31st October, 2018 to the coordinator of your study center. All the answers should comprise of relevant examples.

 

Q1. What are the complexities associated with IHRM operating in different countries with different culture. Why cultural sensitivity is crucial when an organisation adopts international Human resource management system?

 

Q2.Briefly explain culture shock. Explain how Degree of adjustment varies with time with the help of examples from different cultures.

 

Q3. Explain cross cultural negotiation. Under globalised working environment how people from different culture go through negotiation process. Support your answer with the help of relevant examples.

 

Q4. Describe some IR practices adopted by France and United Kingdom. Why mergers and acquisition requires meaningful and careful evaluation of various factor under IHRM?

 

Q5. Discuss the relevance of organisational capability for global working environment. What are the key resources required to develop organisational capability.

 

 

IGNOU MS – 44 SOLVED ASSIGNMENT JULY – DECEMBER 2018

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ASSIGNMENT

Course Code : MS – 44

Course Title : Security Analysis and Portfolio Management

Assignment Code : MS-44/SEM – II /2018

Coverage : All Blocks

 

Note: Attempt all the questions and submit this assignment on or before 31st October, 2018 to the coordinator of your study centre.

 

  1. Define Investment. Discuss the effect of changes in investment environment on investment decisions.

 

  1. What are the objectives of listing of securities? Discuss the requirements for listing of securities on stock exchange.

 

  1. What is efficient market hypothesis? Explain the different forms and anomalies of efficient market hypothesis.

 

  1. How is Sharpe’s model an improvement over Markowitz model? Explain the procedure for portfolio risk measurement under Sharpe’s model.

 

  1. Critically examine the applicability of Jenson and Treynor’s measures of portfolio performance to Indian Mutual funds.

 

 

IGNOU MS – 45 SOLVED ASSIGNMENT JULY – DECEMBER 2018

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ASSIGNMENT

Course Code : MS – 45

Course Title : International Financial Management

Assignment Code : MS-45/SEM – II /2018

Coverage : All Blocks

 

Note: Attempt all the questions and submit this assignment on or before 31st October, 2018 to the coordinator of your study centre.

 

  1. Explain the various forms of international financial flows. Discuss the structure of balance of payments and explain the impact of various international financial flows on the structure of balance of payments.

 

  1. Explain the interest rate parity relationship, giving its application and reasons for deviation.

 

  1. What do you understand by exchange rate exposures? Describe different types of exchange rate exposures and the techniques used to manage them.

 

  1. Why is cost of capital important for a firm? Explain the reasons for variations in the cost of capital across different countries.

 

  1. What is meant by Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)? What forces stimulates FDI in a country? Discuss.

 

 

IGNOU MS – 46 SOLVED ASSIGNMENT JULY – DECEMBER 2018

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ASSIGNMENT

Course Code : MS – 46

Course Title : Management of Financial Services

Assignment Code : MS-46/TMA/SEM – II /2018

Coverage : All Blocks

 

Note: Attempt all the questions and submit this assignment on or before 31st October, 2018 to the coordinator of your study centre.

 

  1. Explain the meaning and concept of Financial Services. Discuss the different types of Fee Based and Fund Based Services that are being provided by Financial Institutions.
  2. Select any two Government Securities and discuss how these Securities are issued. Give your views on why investors should invest in these Securities.
  3. Explain the meaning and scope of ‘Corporate Advisory Service’. Discuss the different types of Corporate Advisory Services that are provided.
  4. What are the purposes for which Venture Capital Companies provide finance, Discuss the modes that it uses for providing these funds.
  5. Discuss the need for Insurance and describe any two Non-life Insurance policies of your choice in detail.

 

 

IGNOU MS – 55 SOLVED ASSIGNMENT JULY – DECEMBER 2018

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ASSIGNMENT

Course Code : MS – 55

Course Title : Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Assignment Code : MS-55/SEM – II /2018

Coverage : All Blocks

 

Note: Attempt all the questions and submit this assignment on or before 31st October, 2018 to the coordinator of your study centre.

 

  1. Why is it said the, “The new supply chain game is becoming a competition between effective supply networks rather than individual corporations”.
  2. Highlight the importance of location in supply chain network. What situations could result due to poor location?
  3. What are the essential differences in a B2C and a B2B supply chain? List the respective characteristics that necessitate such differences?
  4. What are pull and push strategies? Do you agree that a supply chain is usually a combination of both push and pull? Justify your answer.
  5. What are the various modules of SAP ERP? Briefly discuss the content of each module

 

 

IGNOU MS – 56 SOLVED ASSIGNMENT JULY – DECEMBER 2018

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ASSIGNMENT

Course Code : MS – 56

Course Title : Materials Management

Assignment Code : MS-56/TMA/SEM – II /2018

Coverage : All Blocks

 

Note: Attempt all the questions and submit this assignment on or before 31st October, 2018 to the coordinator of your study centre.

 

  1. Discuss, with suitable examples, how socioeconomic and cultural aspects may become the determining factor in the success of international purchasing.
  2. Define the various roles of materials management in the context of internal and external interfaces to materials management system.
  3. Describe the information systems in materials management and explain their importance in manufacturing process.
  4. MRP II is widely used in the batch production environment. However, it has some discernible limitations. What are these limitations? How they can be overcome these limitations by using mixed strategies?
  5. Which problems are unique to spare parts that other materials do not exhibit? Why do these problems occur?

 

 

IGNOU MS – 57 SOLVED ASSIGNMENT JULY – DECEMBER 2018

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ASSIGNMENT

Course Code : MS-57

Course Title : Maintenance Management

Assignment Code : MS- 57/TMA/SEM-II/2018

Coverage : All Blocks

 

Note: Attempt all the questions and submit this assignment on or before 31st October, 2018 to the coordinator of your study centre.

 

  1. What is reliability centred maintenance? What are the important steps involved in implementing it in any plant?
  2. Explain what is meant by cost absorption and cost apportionment? Illustrate each with two examples from maintenance department. Discuss the methods of cost absorption and state which method do you consider to be the best and why?
  3. Many organizations have standing conflicts amongst maintenance and production/operations employees. Describe the nature of these conflicts. What are the main causes?
  4. What is meant by reliability and explain how it is different from quality? „Availability is a more practical and appropriate measure of equipment performance‟. Discuss.
  5. “Under RCM methodology, the problem is not failure at all, it is the consequences of failure”. Discuss.
  6. Write the short notes on the following
  7. a) Life Cycle Cost
  8. b) Terotechnology
  9. c) Condition Based Maintenance (CBM)
  10. d) Spare Parts Inventory

 

 

IGNOU MS – 58 SOLVED ASSIGNMENT JULY – DECEMBER 2018

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ASSIGNMENT

Course Code : MS-58

Course Title : Management of R&D and Innovation

Assignment Code : MS-58/TMA/SEM-II/2018

Coverage : All Blocks

 

Note: Attempt all the questions and submit this assignment on or before 31st October, 2018 to the coordinator of your study centre.

 

  1. What is the role of Intellectual Property Protection (particularly Patents) on Technological Innovation? What is the present state of Intellectual Property Protection in India?
  2. What does the ‘creative process’ mean? Describe the comment upon the elements of the creative process. Is it necessary that the states in the creative process should occur in a certain order?
  3. How do partnerships in innovation and R & D activity come into being? Do partnerships happen by accident or by conscious planning? Give some examples of agencies in different countries which facilitate partnering in innovation and R & D.
  4. What are the four different leadership styles as reflected in the Blanchard model? How are the styles interrelated?
  5. Discuss the salient feature of the incentives and support measures provided by the following countries for promotion of R & D and technology development.
  6. Write short notes on the following:
  7. a) GATS
  8. b) Applied Research
  9. c) R & D Budgeting
  10. d) Total Quality Design (TQD)

 

 

IGNOU MS – 66 SOLVED ASSIGNMENT JULY – DECEMBER 2018

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ASSIGNMENT

Course Code : MS – 66

Course Title : Marketing Research

Assignment Code : MS-66/TMA/SEM – II/2018

Coverage : All Blocks

 

Note : Attempt all the questions and submit this assignment on or before 31st October, 2018 to the coordinator of your study centre.

 

  1. (a) Define Marketing Research. How and why marketing research assumes significance as an important link between the consumer and the marketer. Discuss

(b) Explain the various types of research designs that a marketer can consider in undertaking

marketing research activities for the marketing problems faced by the firm.

 

  1. (a) What is data in research? Why and when data collection becomes relevant in a research project? Discuss with a suitable example.

(b) Discuss the basic concepts in sampling and the steps involved in sampling process.

 

  1. (a) What is Qualitative research? Identity and discuss the areas where qualitative research

can be used in marketing.

(b) Elaborate the importance of editing, coding, classification tabulation and presentation

of data in the context of research studies. Elaborate

 

  1. (a) What is cluster analysis? What are its possible areas of application in marketing  situations?

(b) Koffee Enterprise was established with a presence across the entire coffee value chain from procuring, processing and roasting of coffee beans to retailing coffee products across various formats. The company has pioneered the coffee culture by launching coffee outlets in late 90’s. Today Koffee enterprise has the country’s largest footprint with multi format outlets enjoying a market share of around 45% in the organized café segment spread across 220 cities with 1540 outlets.  The introduction of the bean-to-cup format in the café segment at competitive prices has revolutionized the coffee drinking habits thus driving out-of-home consumption by installing 30,900 vending machines and 560 kiosks across the country.

 

Management has found that the vending machine and kiosk business contributed very little to the overall business and has remarkably declined in terms of consumption thus impacting a drop in the revenues.

You have been hired by the company to undertake research and offer your recommendations and future course of action to revive this line of business back on the track.

 

Question :

(a) Prepare a marketing research proposal to help Koffee enterprise.

(b) Develop questionnaire to undertake a personal survey for the following set of respondents:

(i) For consumers to capture personal information and their perception, patronage and satisfaction with various aspects of the format.

(ii) Owners of the vending machines/kiosks to get insights of the reasons for poor patronage, competition and consumer experience.

 

 

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ASSIGNMENT

Course Code : MS – 68

Course Title : Management of Marketing Communication and Advertising

Assignment Code : MS-68/TMA/SEM – II/2018

Coverage : All Blocks

 

Note : Attempt all the questions and submit this assignment on or before 31st October, 2018 to the coordinator of your study centre.

 

  1. (a) What is marketing communications? As a customer does the role of marketing communication helps in your buying decisions process? Discuss with suitable illustration.

What elements of promotion mix would you recommend for the following and why?

(i) Proposed electric car to be offered/launched

(ii) Public Transport services (Road ways) in your location.

(b) As one of the leading direct broadband satellite TV provider in the country, when and why it becomes necessary to plan promotional strategies. Explain.

Discuss the various steps involved in the planning process of promotional strategy by taking the above example.

 

  1. (a) Distinguish advertisement from advertising. What are the two major activities that contribute to the success of an advertisement? Discuss by picking up any two print advertisements of your choice and evaluate in terms of its impact on the target market.

 

  1. (a) What do you understand by the term “Media” in the context of advertising and communication?

As a media Head of a leading Ad agency what criteria would you adopt in media selection in the following situations.

(i) Pre-launch promotional strategy for a 250 motor cycle for urban youth

(ii) Initiative to educate ban on plastic bags

(iii) Creating awareness on the dangers of drunk driving.

 

(b) What are the major objectives of sales promotion? Discuss the different types of sales promotion available for the marketer to enhance the sales of the firm.

 

  1. (a) What is an advertising agency? Discuss the basic structure of an advertising agency. What are the major reasons that marketers seek services from these agencies? Justify.

(b) What is Internet Marketing? What are the major reasons for its remarkable growth in the last decade. Collect data / information from various sources for this growth and prepare an essay highlighting the scope, growth and challenges of this medium for the next five years.

 

 

IGNOU MS – 611 SOLVED ASSIGNMENT JULY – DECEMBER 2018

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ASSIGNMENT

Course Code : MS – 611

Course Title : Rural Marketing

Assignment Code : MS-611/TMA/SEM – II/2018

Coverage : All Blocks

 

Note : Attempt all the questions and submit your assignment latest by 31st October, 2018 to the coordinator of your study centre.

 

  1. What do you understand by the term ‘rural markets’? What are the implications for an FMCG company wanting to enter rural markets, in terms of
  2. a) its rural product mix
  3. b) its promotion mix.

 

  1. Highlight the major characteristics of the rural marketing environment which must be considered while developing marketing strategies for penetrating rural markets.

 

  1. Describe the factors that affect the ‘problem recognition’ and ‘information search behaviour’ for the rural markets. Illustrate your answer by taking suitable examples.

 

  1. Explain the concept of promotional pricing in the context of rural markets.

 

  1. Explain the relevance of symbols, pictures and music for designing rural promotion.

 

  1. With the help of suitable examples explain the behavioural aspects in rural distribution.

 

 

IGNOU MS – 612 SOLVED ASSIGNMENT JULY – DECEMBER 2018

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ASSIGNMENT

Course Code : MS – 612

Course Title : Retail Management

Assignment Code : MS-612/TMA/SEM – II/2018

Coverage : All Blocks

 

Note : Attempt all the questions and submit this assignment on or before 31st October, 2018 to the coordinator of your study centre.

 

  1. (a) Define retailing and discuss its growing importance in the current market scenario. Who is a retail customer? Why it is becoming increasingly important for retailer to have enough knowledge of their clientele so as to develop the most ideal and best possible marketing mix strategy. Discuss with suitable illustration.

(b) Discuss the various retail formats you one familiar with and highlight the major characteristics that differentiates from each other.

 

  1. (a) Who is a retailer? Explain with suitable examples. What are the various tasks that a retailer ought to undertake to ensure for the growth of the business? Take an example of your choice list out all the tasks and explain each of them in contributing to its growth.

(b) What are the elements of strategic planning process? Explain in detail their significance..

 

  1. (a) Discuss the importance of retail mix. It is said that the success of retail business les in proper evaluation of merchandise on offer with the right pricing strategy. Elaborate the above statement by picking up any two examples you are familiar with.

(b) Discuss the concept of customer relationship marketing. Why it is increasingly becoming relevant for retailer to design loyalty programme on an ongoing basis? Explain with a suitable example.

 

  1. (a) Safety and security measures assume greater importance in retail business similar to any other sector/industry. Explain and justify with examples.

(b) What is non-store retailing? What are the major types of non-store retail formats available in Indian contest? Comment on the drawbacks of these formats.

 

IGNOU MS – 91 SOLVED ASSIGNMENT JULY – DECEMBER 2018

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ASSIGNMENT

Course Code : MS-91

Course Title : Advanced Strategic Management

Assignment Code : MS-91/TMA/SEM-II/2018

Coverage : All Blocks

 

Note: Attempt all the questions and submit this assignment on or before 31st October, 2018 to the coordinator of your study centre.

 

  1. Describe the scope of corporate policy and discuss policy formulation process in detail.
  2. Read the case study on corporate Governance at TISCO (Block – 2) and answer the questions given at the end.
  3. Select any service organization (name and describe the organization) and explain how information technology has enhanced the quality of service of this organization.
  4. Highlight the importance of R & D strategy to the competitiveness of a firm and discuss the steps involved in developing R & D strategy.
  5. Discuss the scope and objectives of social audit citing examples of companies driven by these objectives while pursuing their commercial activity of generating wealth.
  6. Write short notes:
  7. a) Need for Corporate Governance
  8. b) Joint Ventures
  9. c) Innovation and Creativity
  10. d) Corporate Philanthropy

 

 

 

IGNOU MS – 94 SOLVED ASSIGNMENT JULY – DECEMBER 2018

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ASSIGNMENT

Course Code : MS – 94

Course Title : Technology Management

Assignment Code : MS-94/TMA/SEM – II/2018

Coverage : All Blocks

 

Note : Attempt all the questions and submit this assignment on or before 31st October, 2018 to the coordinator of your study centre.

 

  1. How does Technology Forecasting help an organization in decision making? Explain with the help of examples.

 

  1. Identify an organization which has adopted a specific route of technology transfer for its product.. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of adopting a specific route by the organization for its product.

 

  1. List out different technology development approaches. Explain each approach with the help of an example.

 

  1. Write a brief not on ‘Science and Technology in India’ in the contemporary scenario.

 

  1. Explain the role of R & D in an organization. Illustrate with the help of examples

 

 

IGNOU MS – 95 SOLVED ASSIGNMENT JULY – DECEMBER 2018

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ASSIGNMENT

Course Code : MS – 95

Course Title : Research Methodology for Management Decisions

Assignment Code : MS-95/SEM – II /2018

Coverage : All Blocks

 

Note: Attempt all the questions and submit this assignment on or before 31st October, 2018 to the coordinator of your study centre.

 

  1. “The manager/ researcher is not equipped to arrive at a focused the precise research question, till he carries out a thorough inventory check of the problem area”. Examine the above statement and justify with examples why you agree/disagree with it.
  2. Distinguish between secondary and primary methods of data collection. Is it possible to use secondary data methods as substitutes of primary methods? Justify your answer with suitable illustrations.
  3. Explain an itemized rating scale. What are the various issues involved in constructing an itemized rating scale?
  4. What are non-parametric tests? How are they different from parametric tests? Explain the advantages and disadvantages of the non-parametric tests.
  5. What are the guidelines for effectively presenting the research results through oral presentation? How can a researcher make his presentation more effective? What are the audio-visual aids available for the purpose?

 

 

IGNOU MS – 96 SOLVED ASSIGNMENT JULY – DECEMBER 2018

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ASSIGNMENT

Course Code : MS – 96

Course Title : Total Quality Management

Assignment Code : MS-96/TMA/SEM – II/2018

Coverage : All Blocks

 

Note : Attempt all the questions and submit this assignment on or before 31st October, 2018 to the coordinator of your study centre.

 

  1. Discuss as to how Xerox fought back to regain its lost glory using the concept of Total Quality Management (TQM).

 

  1. Critically analyze the role of strategic planning in implementing TQM using an example from the business world.

 

  1. Explain how business organizations operate in a socially responsible way using ISO 26000. Use the published material for reference.

 

  1. What is the role of human factor in TQM? Illustrate with the help of example.

 

  1. Differentiate between ‘Award’ and ‘Certification’ giving examples.

 

 

IGNOU MS – 97 SOLVED ASSIGNMENT JULY – DECEMBER 2018

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ASSIGNMENT

Course Code : MS-97

Course Title : International Business

Assignment Code : MS- 97/TMA/SEM-II/2018

Coverage : All Blocks

 

Note: Attempt all the questions and submit this assignment on or before 31st October, 2018 to the coordinator of your study centre.

 

  1. Explain the evolution of globalization and discuss various stages of globalization with examples.
  2. Briefly explain the types of trade blocks and discuss the welfare impact of Preferential Trading Arrangements (PTAs).
  3. Discuss in detail volatility of environment and the impact of environmental factors on market entry with the help of examples.
  4. Examine various strategic issues involved in international operations management.
  5. Discuss the role of internet in transformation of business and the emergence of new business models in detail.
  6. Write short notes
  7. a) Corporate Values
  8. b) International Joint Ventures
  9. c) Transition Economies
  10. d) Need for Strategic Alliances

 

 

IGNOU MS – 422 SOLVED ASSIGNMENT JULY – DECEMBER 2018

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ASSIGNMENT

Course Code : MS-422

Course Title : Bank Financial Management

Assignment Code : MS- 422/TMA/SEM-II/2018

Coverage : All Blocks

 

Note: Attempt all the questions and submit this assignment on or before 31st October, 2018 to the coordinator of your study centre.

 

  1. Discuss the important issues, which the treasury departments of banks need to look into, in the management of its Assets and Liabilities?
  2. What do you understand by ‘Cost of Funds’? Discuss the factors that affect the Cost of Funds. Explain the reasons that are responsible for high rates of interest in India vis-à-vis those prevailing in other countries.
  3. Visit any bank of your choice and find out the process that it adopts for evaluating its Investment in Treasuries. Give a detailed Report of your Findings.
  4. Explain the meaning and scope of Credit Risk. Discuss the significance of Credit Risk Measurement and Management. Explain the different Approaches to Credit Risk Measurement.
  5. Choose Case Study of a Bank Merger and Discuss in details how the Restructuring of these Banks was done.

 

 

IGNOU MS – 494 SOLVED ASSIGNMENT JULY – DECEMBER 2018

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ASSIGNMENT

Course Code : MS-494 Course Title : Risk Management in Banks Assignment

Code : MS-494/TMA/SEM-II/2018

Coverage : All Blocks

 

Note: Attempt all the questions and submit this assignment on or before 31st October, 2018 to the coordinator of your study centre.

  1. Meet the Bank Manager of your choice and discuss with him the role of Treasury in managing different risks of a Bank.

 

  1. What is Credit Risk Derivative? Explain the various types of Credit Derivatives and discuss their features.

 

  1. Why is liquidity in banking operations important? What factors contribute to the liquidity risk? How is liquidity risk measured and managed?

 

  1. Discuss the need for effective operational risk management? Describe the organisational structure for operational risk management of a Bank of your choice.

 

  1. Discuss the elements and limits on eligibility of Tier-I and Tier-II capital.

 

 

IGNOU MS – 495 SOLVED ASSIGNMENT JULY – DECEMBER 2018

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ASSIGNMENT

Course Code : MS-495

Course Title : Ethics and Corporate Governance

in Banks

Assignment Code : MS-495/TMA/SEM-II/2018

Coverage : All Blocks

 

Note: Attempt all the questions and submit this assignment on or before 31st October, 2018 to the coordinator of your study centre.

 

  1. How are Organizational values nurtured? Discuss with the help of an example.

 

  1. Explain the role of stakeholders in maintaining ethics in business.

 

  1. Examine HSBC’s role in corporate governance.

 

  1. What is Social Audit? How is Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility practiced together by firms? Explain.

 

  1. Discuss the bank described as “poorest of the poor”? Explain the banks role in social upliftment and economic sustainability?

 

  1. Write short notes on any two of the following:

(a) Business Logic

(b) Cadbury Committee

(c) Employees’ Rights

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IGNOU SOLVED ASSIGNMENTS LIST 2017-2018 NEW

New Arrival of IGNOU Assignments 2017-18: (New Arrival)
1. BDP Assignments 2017-18
2. MAH Assignments 2017-18
3. MPS Assignments 2017-18
4. BCom Assignments 2017-18
5. ANC 01 Assignments 2017-18
6. ACC 01 Assignments 2017-18
7. BCA Assignments 2017-18
8. MAGPS Assignments 2017-18
9. MAAN Assignments 2017-18
10. MSW Assignments 2017-18
11. MSCDFSM Assignments 2017-18
12. MHD Assignments 2017-18
13. MEG Assignments 2017-18
14. MCA Assignments 2017-18
15. MSWC Assignments 2017-18
16. MADE Assignments 2017-18
17. MSO Assignments 2017-18
18. MARD Assignments 2017-18
19. MPA Assignments 2017-18
20. MAPC Assignments 2017-18
21. BLIS Assignments 2017-18
22. BSW Assignments 2017-18
23. MACS Assignments Jan – Dec 2017
24. MEd Assignments Jan – July 2017
25. Bed Assignments Jan 2017
26. PGDIBO Assignments Jan -July 2017
27. PGDRD Assignments 2017
28. PGDLAN Assignments 2017-18
29. PGDAE Assignments July 2017
30. PGDPSM Assignment Jan 2017
31. PGDEMA Assignments Jan – July 2017
32. PGDSWT Assignments Jan – July 2017
33. DNHE Assignments Jan – July 2017
34. DAQ Assignments Jan – Dec 2017
35. DBPOFA Assignments Jan – July 2017
36. DTG Assignments Jan – July 2017
37. PGDIS Assignments July 2017
38. MSCCFT Assignments 2017-18
39. MAAE Assignments 2017-18
40. BTME Assignments 2017
41. PGDHHM Assignments 2017
42. PGDAPP Assignments 2017
43. PGDCFT Assignments 2017
44. PGDBP Assignments 2017
45. PGDFSQM Assignments July 2017
46. PGDFCS Assignments 2017-18
47. PGDPM Assignments July 2017
48. DPLAD Assignments 2017-18
49. DFPT Assignments July 2017
50. DWM Assignments July 2017
51. DVAPFV Assignments July 2017
52. DMT Assignments July 2017
53. DDT Assignments July 2017
54. DCE Assignments 2017-18
55. PGDGPS Assignments 2017-18
56. CAFE Assignments Jan – July 2017
57. DAFE Assignments Jan – July 2017
58. CFN Assignments Jan – July 2017
59. CIS Assignments Jan – July 2017
60. COF Assignments Jan – July 2017
61. CRD Assignments Jan – July 2017
62. CTS Assignments Jan – July 2017
63. CCR Assignments Jan – July 2017
64. CWHM Assignments Jan – July 2017
65. CPF Assignments Jan – July 2017
66. CETM Assignments Jan – July 2017
67. CIB Assignments Jan – July 2017
68. CSWCJS Assignments Jan – July 2017
69. CAHT Assignments Jan – July 2017
70. PGCPP Assignments Jan – July 2017
71. CCITSK Assignments Jan – July 2017
72. BA Assignments 2017-18
73. CAL Assignments Jan – July 2017
74. CTE Assignments 2017-18
75. CFE Assignments 2017-18
76. CTPM Assignments 2017-18
77. CCP Assignments Jan – July 2017
78. ACPDM Assignments Jan – July 2017
79. CMCHN Assignments Jan – July 2017
80. CNIN Assignments 2017-18
81. PGCGPS Assignments 2017-18
82. ACISE Assignments July 2017
83. MCom Assignments 2017-18
84. MCom (BP&CG) Assignment 2017-18
85. MCom F&T Assignment 2017-18
86. MCom (MA & FS) Assignment 2017-18
87. BCom A&F Assignment 2017-18
88. BCom F&CA Assignments 2017-18
89. B.Com (CA & A) Assignments 2017
90. PGDFMP 2nd Sem Assignments 2017
91. MBA Banking & Finance 2nd Sem Assignments 2017
92. CUL Assignments 2017-18
93. DUL Assignments 2017-18
94. BAPC Assignments 2017-18
95. MEC Assignments 2017-18
96. MLIS Assignments 2017-18
97. MAPY Assignments 2017-18
98. BBAR Assignments 2017-18
99. BHM Assignments 2017-18
100. PGDUPDL Assignments 2017-18
101. PGJMC Assignments 2017-18
102. PGDHE Assignments 2017-18
103. CIT Assignments July 2017 – Jan 2018
104. DCCN Assignments Jan – July 2018
105. CFL Assignments July 2017- Jan 2018
106. MAGD Assignments 2017-18
107. DWED Assignments 2017-18
IGNOU Assignments Jan 2018 – July 2018: (New)
1. FST-01 Assignments Jan – Dec 2018
2. PGDCJ Assignments Jan – July 2018
3. CNM Assignments Jan – July 2018
4. PGDT Assignments Jan – July 2018
5. DECE Assignments Jan – July 2018
6. MATS Assignments Jan – July 2018
7. BSc Assignments Jan – Dec 2018
8. CHBHC Assignments Jan 2018
9. PGCAE Assignments Jan – July 2018
10. CPVE Assignments Jan – July 2018
11. CVAP Assignments January 2018
12. CIG Assignments Jan – July 2018
13. CDM Assignments Jan – July 2018
14. BPP Assignments Jan – July 2018
15. DELED Assignments Jan – July 2018
16. DNA Assignments Jan – July 2018
17. PGDESD Assignments Jan 2018 – July 2018
18. PGDDM Assignments Jan – July 2018
19. PGCAP Assignments Jan – July 2018
20. PGDHEM Assignments Jan – July 2018
21. PGDPPED Assignments Jan – July 2018
22. PGDAC Assignments Jan – Dec 2018
23. PGDET Assignments Jan 2018 – July 2018
24. Post Basic BSc Nursing Assignments 2018
25. PGCIATIVI Assignments Jan – July 2018
26. PGCCL Assignments Jan – July 2018
27. DIPP Assignments Jan – July 2018
28. PGDWGS Assignments Jan 2018
29. PGDAST Assignment Jan – Dec 2018
30. BTS Assignments Jan – July 2018
31. PGCEDS Assignments Jan – July 2018
32. PGCGI Assignments Jan – July 2018
33. CCLBL Assignments Jan – July 2018
34. CIHL Assignments Jan – July 2018
35. ACPSD Assignments Jan – July 2018
36. CHR Assignments Jan – July 2018
37. MAEDS Assignments Jan – July 2018
38. PGDEDS Assignments Jan – July 2018
39. MTM Assignment Jan – July 2018
40. MAEDU Assignments Jan – July 2018
41. MAWGS Assignments July 2018
42. CNCC Assignments Jan – July 2018
43. DTS Assignments Jan – July 2018
44. PGDIPR Assignments Jan – July 2018
45. PGDSLM Assignments Jan – July 2018
46. BA-IHA Assignments Jan – July 2018
List of Past session Assignments:
1. CBS Assignments 2016-17
2. PGCBHT Assignments Jan-July 2016
3. CPPDPT Assignment 2017
4. CHCWM Assignments 2017
5. CRUL Assignments Jan 2017