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5th June 2018, 03:50 PM
Re: Model question paper for smu MBA

Hii sir, I Wants to get The Question Paper of the Management process and Organization Behaviour of the Subject of the MBA of the Sikkim Manipal University ?
5th June 2018, 03:51 PM
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Re: Model question paper for smu MBA

Sikkim Manipal University is a funded, co-educational, public-private university in Gangtok, Sikkim, India. Established in 1995, the university is credited as being the first P3 education and health care initiative in the region.

The Question Paper of the Management process and Organization Behaviour of the Subject of the MBA of the Sikkim Manipal University is given below

Management process and Organization Behaviour

Part A :

Q. 1_____ is a complex set of these beliefs, values and techniques for dealing with the environment, which are
shared among contemporaries and transmitted from one generation to the next

Q. 2Norming is the _____ stage in the Model of Group Development proposed by Bruce Tuckman

Q. 3_____ is the opposite of reinforcement
C)Negative Reinforcement
D)All of the above

Q. 4In _____ method, an individual or a group is given the role of critic
B)Devils Advocacy

Q. 5According to _____, a childs physical characteristics may be related to his approach to the social
environment, to the expectancies of others, and to their reactions to him
B)Gordon Allport
C)Paul H Mussen
D)H. A. Murray

Q. 6_____ is an individual difference that lends consistency to a persons behaviour

Q. 7_____ is an unhealthy, insecure pattern of behaviour that leads to separation in relationships with other
A)Over Dependence
B)Counter Dependence
D)Negative Affectivity

Q. 8The _____ technique can be used to improve the operations of the total organization
A)Team Building
B)Survey Feedback
C)Virtual Team

Q. 9_____ are-emotional activities the help members maintain their involvement in the group and raise their
personal commitment to the group
A)Maintenance Roles
B)Work roles
C)Informer roles

Q. 10_____ is the degree of worth and respects those other members of group accord with individual group

Part B

Q. 1Characteristics of Attitudes are:
i) An Attitude is the predisposition of the individual to
evaluate some objects in a favourable or an
unfavourable manner
ii) The most pervasive phenomenon is attitude
iii) Attitudes are similar to v
A)Except i)
B)Except ii)
C)Except iii)
D)Except iv)

Q. 2State the true points with respect to Identification:
i. Identification can be viewed as the difference of behaviour including feelings and attitudes between child
and model
ii. Identification can be looked at as the childs motives
A)Only I
B)i and ii
C)ii and iii
D)i, ii and iii

Q. 3In ERG,
A)E= Existence, R= Relatedness, G= Growth
B)E= Extra, R= Relatedness, G= Goal
C)E= Expert, R= Relatedness, G= Growth
D)E= Experience, R= Relatedness, G= Goal

Q. 4In perception, factors in the perceiver are:
A)Attitudes, Motives, and Proximity
B)Time, Work Setting and Social Setting
C)Novelty, Motion and Sound
D)Experience, Expectation and Interests

Q. 5_____ leads to uncertainty, a lack of predictability in a persons daily tasks and activities and may be
caused by job insecurity related to difficult economic times whereas _____ may be caused by inability to
influence the timing of task
A)Role Demands, Task Demands
B)Task Demands, Role Demands
C)Lack of Control, Change
D)Change, Lack of Control

Part C

Q. 1Principles of Social Learning Theory are:
1. People can learn by observing the behaviours of
others and the outcomes of those behaviours
2. Learning can occur without a change in behaviour
3. The consequences of behaviour play a role in le
A)1, 2 and 3
B)1, 3 and 4
C)2, 3 and 4
D)All of the above

Q. 2Erickson theory of Personality includes:
a. The ego is of utmost importance
b. Part of the superego is able to operate independently
of the id and the ego
c. The ego is a powerful agent that can adapt to
situations, thereby promoting m
A)Except a
B)Except b
C)Except c
D)Except d

Q. 3The Important Factors influencing Organizational
Effectiveness are:
1. Leadership style
2. Culture
3. Strategic planning
4. Environment
5. Technology
6. Human Resource Development
7. Coercion
8. Structural Design
A)Except 9
B)Except 7
C)Except 7 and 9
D)All of the above

Q. 4Attitude-Behaviour correspondence depends of
these things:
1. Attitude Specificity
2. Attitude Relevance
3. Degree of Influence
4. Personality Factors
5. Social Constraints
A)1, 2, 3 and 4
B)1, 2, 4 and 5
C)2, 3, 4 and 5
D)1, 2, 3, 4 and 5

Q. 5Match the Sets
Set A
1. Floyd L. Ruch
2. Gordon Allport
3. J.B Kolasa
4. Gluck
5. James D Thompson and Donald Van Houten
Set B
a. Personality is a pattern of stable states and
characteristics of a person that influence
A)1-a, 2-b, 3-c, 4-d, 5-e
B)1-d, 2-c, 3-b, 4-a, 5-e
C)1-a, 2-b, 3-d, 4-e, 5-c
D)1-d, 2-e, 3-a, 4-b, 5-c

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