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Chinese enterprises are essentially passive players at the sharp end of CSR in China

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT   Chinese enterprises are essentially passive players at the sharp end of CSR in China (Marks 80) CASE 1 : (30 Marks) Trade Unions in the TNC Supply Chain and their relationship with the CSR Movement   Chinese enterprises are essentially passive players at the sharp end of CSR in China. They are…
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ICMIND – Industrial Management-To compare three sites, the various factors are listed

To compare three sites, the various Industrial Management   To compare three sites, the various factors are listed, as given below. Select the optimal location and give reasons for your choice:   Site ARs. Site BRs. Site CRs. Rent 20,000 10,000 10,000 Labour 1,35,000 1,30,000 1,60,000 Freight Charges 81,000 64,000 28,000 Taxes Nil 3,500 2,000…
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Industrial Management – What is the general impression about the Trade Union movement with reference to this case What do you know about changing role of Trade Union activities

What is the general impression  Industrial Management   Questions: Q1. What is the experience of China about Trade Union in the above mentioned case? Q2. How Trade Union resolved the dispute? By confrontation or by negotiations? Q3. What is the general impression about the Trade Union movement with reference to this case? Q4. Give your…
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Industrial Management 1- What is Delhi Method? What are the uses of this method in demand forecasting?What is law of diminishing marginal utility?Discuss different types of Monopoly

What is Delhi Method? What are the uses Industrial Management 1   Questions: Q1. Write short note on : a. Programmed instruction b. Computer-assisted instruction Q2. Explain the Ranking and Job grading methods of job evaluation. Q3. Define Accident. What you can do to prevent the causes of industrial accidents? Q4. Define job enrichment. Discuss…
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Industrial Relations & Labor Law – Define Industrial Relations? Explain in your words the dominant aspects of Industrial Relations?Q2. Explain in your words the cause of strikes and

Define Industrial Relations? Explain Industrial Relations & Labor Law   Questions: Q1. Define Industrial Relations? Explain in your words the dominant aspects of Industrial Relations? Q2. Explain in your words the cause of strikes and effects of strike on the society as whole? Q3. Explain in detail “Methods of settling Industrial Disputes?” Q4. Write comment…
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Industrial Relations-What is inflation? Compare its role with money and the real earning of the Industrial workers. Use appropriate data to justify your answer.

What is inflation? Compare Industrial Relations   Part One: True and False: Q1. Central Board of Workers Education (CBWE) was set up in 1986. Q2. The joint Departmental Councils are encouraged to hold annual meetings, a scheme which was initiated in 1970. Q3. The lockout of the pilots was lifted from 3rd November, 1974. Q4.…
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Industrial Safety Management-Write a short note on decontamination methods Discuss about Employee/Management Write methodology of In-depth Investigation

Write a short note on decontamination methods Industrial Safety Management   Questions: Q1. Write a short note on decontamination methods. Q2. Discuss about Employee/Management. Q3. Write methodology of In-depth Investigation Q4. Explain investigation procedures of the door safety swings Q5. Why do accidents occur? Q6. List out key safety measures for power tools. Q7. Explain…
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Industrial Security & Safety Management – System modification-is it required? Who will modify it ? When ? Q2. If an Employee is called upon to perform work that he or she considers hazardous

System modification-is it required Industrial Security & Safety Management   Questions: Q1. System modification-is  it  required? Who will modify it ? When ? Q2. If an Employee is called upon to perform work that he or she considers hazardous and the employee is not properly protected, what options does the employee have? Q3. Write process…
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Industrial Security & Safety Management- System modification-is it required? Who will modify it ? When ? Q2. If an Employee is called upon to perform work that he or she considers hazardous an

System modification-is it required? Industrial Security & Safety Management   Questions: Q1. System modification-is it  required? Who will modify it ? When ? Q2. If an Employee is called upon to perform work that he or she considers hazardous and the employee is not properly protected, what options does the employee have? Q3. Write process…
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KSBM – Industrial Managementn – Discuss the main functions, duties and responsibilities of a personnel manager in a modern industrial organization

Discuss the main functions,  Industrial Management   Questions: Q1. Why training of employees is essential? Also discuss the different instructional methods of training? Q2. What is product layout? Give its advantages and disadvantages over process layout. Q3. Discuss the main functions, duties and responsibilities of a personnel manager in a modern industrial organization. Q4. Planning…
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KSBM – Industrial Relation & Labour Law – Critically examine the role and relevance of trade union in India in the era of Globalization, liberalization and privatization.

Critically examine the role Industrial Relation & Labour Law Questions: Q1. What are the predominant causes of industrial disputes in India? Give suitable examples in support of your answer. Q2. Outline the method of computation of bonus as given in the Payment of Bonus Act, 1965. Explain with examples. Q3. Discuss the rights and liabilities…
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