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Business Communication & Etiquette – As far as internal organizational communication is concerned, which one do you think Preeti will practice – upward or downward and why

Business Communication & Etiquette In your opinion, which part of a presentation is most important and why? What steps do you take to ensure you truly make a mark when […]

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Business Communication & Etiquette – From your experience and of those around you, share how lack of trust, message complexity and difference in status impacts business communication.

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Business Communication & Etiquette – In Crystal Corp., managers are groomed to be leaders. The organization believes in investing in their own people instead of hiring externally. In the last appraisal cycle, Preeti and Saksham were promoted as leaders of their practices. Saksham is a people’s person while Preeti has a task oriented approach.

Business Communication & Etiquette In your opinion, which part of a presentation is most important and why? What steps do you take to ensure you truly make a mark when […]

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Business Communication & Etiquette – In your opinion, which part of a presentation is most important and why? What steps do you take to ensure you truly make a mark when you present to an audience

Business Communication & Etiquette In your opinion, which part of a presentation is most important and why? What steps do you take to ensure you truly make a mark when […]

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Business Communication & Etiquette – What would Saksham prefer given his leadership style? What are the disadvantages of being a people-oriented leader

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Business Economics – Different prices can be charged by the producer in the different market segments to maximize revenue.” Explain the statement by taking a case of aviation industry.

Business Economics What are the important characteristics of an indifference curve? Suppose a consumer’s disposable income is Rs. 5,000/- per week and she has a choice of spending the income […]

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Business Economics – Find below the data for price elasticity and income elasticity of demand for 5 different commodities. Interpret the values in the table in the light of

Business Economics What are the important characteristics of an indifference curve? Suppose a consumer’s disposable income is Rs. 5,000/- per week and she has a choice of spending the income […]

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Business Economics – Give example for each type of commodity. Commodity Price Elasticity of demand Income elasticity of demand 1 -0.3 +0.6 2 -1.45 +5.60 3 -5.09 -1.67 4 -0.7 +0.8 5 1.0 +1.0

Business Economics What are the important characteristics of an indifference curve? Suppose a consumer’s disposable income is Rs. 5,000/- per week and she has a choice of spending the income […]

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Business Economics – What are the important characteristics of an indifference curve? Suppose a consumer’s disposable income is Rs. 5,000/- per week and she has a choice of spending the income on concerts and meals.

Business Economics What are the important characteristics of an indifference curve? Suppose a consumer’s disposable income is Rs. 5,000/- per week and she has a choice of spending the income […]

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Business Economics – What are the types of random sample survey, in general What sampling method would you recommend in this case for your study and why

Business Economics What are the important characteristics of an indifference curve? Suppose a consumer’s disposable income is Rs. 5,000/- per week and she has a choice of spending the income […]

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Business Economics – What do you mean by negative income elastic demand in case of commodity

Business Economics What are the important characteristics of an indifference curve? Suppose a consumer’s disposable income is Rs. 5,000/- per week and she has a choice of spending the income […]

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Business Economics – What do you mean by price rigidity? Which type of market structure is characterized by the price rigidity? Explain your views taking an example of industry facing the problem of price rigidity.

Business Economics What are the important characteristics of an indifference curve? Suppose a consumer’s disposable income is Rs. 5,000/- per week and she has a choice of spending the income […]

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Business Economics – Whether the demand is elastic or inelastic for each of the commodities and why

Business Economics What are the important characteristics of an indifference curve? Suppose a consumer’s disposable income is Rs. 5,000/- per week and she has a choice of spending the income […]

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Business Law – After going through different types of business, they have taken a special interest in partnership firm with limited liability

Business Law Explain the difference between (i) express conditions and warranties; and (ii) implied conditions and warranties. List out, with distinct examples, the different implied conditions and warranties contained under […]

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Business Law – Arunima, Nishita, Shanaya and Komal are homemakers who decided to run a business of a homemade tiffin service in the city of Nagpur. The business has grown exponentially and there is a need to expand the business, which requires an investor.

Business Law Explain the difference between (i) express conditions and warranties; and (ii) implied conditions and warranties. List out, with distinct examples, the different implied conditions and warranties contained under […]

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Business Law – Can you explain the different forms of business entities prevalent in India

 Business Law Explain the difference between (i) express conditions and warranties; and (ii) implied conditions and warranties. List out, with distinct examples, the different implied conditions and warranties contained under […]

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Business Law – Explain the difference between (i) express conditions and warranties; and (ii) implied conditions and warranties. List out, with distinct examples, the different implied conditions and warranties contained under Sales of Goods Act, 1930

Business Law Explain the difference between (i) express conditions and warranties; and (ii) implied conditions and warranties. List out, with distinct examples, the different implied conditions and warranties contained under […]

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Business Law – List at least 2 (two) cases that have been decided by Competition Commission of India that has led to ensure that any adverse appreciable effects on competition or abuse of dominant position has been contained by Competition Commission of India

Business Law Explain the difference between (i) express conditions and warranties; and (ii) implied conditions and warranties. List out, with distinct examples, the different implied conditions and warranties contained under […]

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Business Statistics – Based on the data in question 1 above, suppose that in order to plan the area (square feet) of your new restaurant, you want to consider information about the area (square feet) of existing restaurants. What is more appropriate in this case – mean, median or mode? Calculate them and explain.

Business Statistics Question 1. Consider the following data of 26 restaurants serving in Mumbai. Restaurant Location Area (square feet) Number of items in menu Sales in crores  A Busy 2500 […]

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Business Statistics – Consider the following data of 26 restaurants serving in Mumbai. Restaurant Location Area (square feet) Number of items in menu Sales in crores

Business Statistics Question 1. Consider the following data of 26 restaurants serving in Mumbai. Restaurant Location Area (square feet) Number of items in menu Sales in crores  A Busy 2500 […]

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Business Statistics – Consider the scores from a multiple-choice test from a question bank (random), used for student assessment. Explain Central Limit Theorem and its applicability to this case.

Business Statistics Question 1. Consider the following data of 26 restaurants serving in Mumbai. Restaurant Location Area (square feet) Number of items in menu Sales in crores  A Busy 2500 […]

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Business Statistics – Is the Location variable – a nominal, an ordinal, an interval or a ratio variable How can we code it so that we can use it in analysis

Business Statistics Question 1. Consider the following data of 26 restaurants serving in Mumbai. Restaurant Location Area (square feet) Number of items in menu Sales in crores  A Busy 2500 […]

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Business Statistics – Is your regression model statistically significant? How is Adjusted R2 different from R2? Suppose, you want to open a new restaurant. Given that this new restaurant of 1000 square feet will be located in a busy location and will have 40 items in its menu – what would be the predicted sales

Business Statistics Question 1. Consider the following data of 26 restaurants serving in Mumbai. Restaurant Location Area (square feet) Number of items in menu Sales in crores  A Busy 2500 […]

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Business Statistics – Suppose you are a consultant hired to help NMIMS in understanding student perception of quality of study materials and student assessment process at NMIMS

Business Statistics Question 1. Consider the following data of 26 restaurants serving in Mumbai. Restaurant Location Area (square feet) Number of items in menu Sales in crores  A Busy 2500 […]

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Business Statistics – Which of the variables are determining Sales based on the above data? Take p < 0.05 for interpreting your multiple regression. You can use output from Ms-Excel or other software, but you are required to interpret it

Business Statistics Question 1. Consider the following data of 26 restaurants serving in Mumbai. Restaurant Location Area (square feet) Number of items in menu Sales in crores  A Busy 2500 35 […]

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Corporate Social Responsibility – Analyze and explain the impact/s and/or outcome/s of the chosen projects using the qualitative as well as quantitative information reported. You can also include data/ information about these projects/initiatives from the company’s website.

Corporate Social Responsibility Q1. Choose any ONE listed company from NSE top 500 and go through its CSR policy as well as its CSR Report (found in annual report under […]

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Corporate Social Responsibility – As the new CSR Head, explain what according to you are the five challenges that you will have to address now that the CSR policy has been drafted and projects/ initiatives worth 2 % of net profit finalized by the CSR Committee of the Board

Corporate Social Responsibility Q1. Choose any ONE listed company from NSE top 500 and go through its CSR policy as well as its CSR Report (found in annual report under […]

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Corporate Social Responsibility – Choose any ONE listed company from NSE top 500 and go through its CSR policy as well as its CSR Report (found in annual report under Director’s report) for 2015-16 or 2016-17, and answer the following

Choose any ONE listed company from NSE top 500 and go through its CSR policy as well as its CSR Report (found in annual report under Director’s report) for 2015-16 […]

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Corporate Social Responsibility – Choose any TWO projects/initiatives reported by the company and explain how they are connected to the CSR policy of the company

Corporate Social Responsibility Q1. Choose any ONE listed company from NSE top 500 and go through its CSR policy as well as its CSR Report (found in annual report under […]

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Corporate Social Responsibility – Go through the Sustainability Report of any ONE company of your choice or your competitor and identify ONE energy saving/ managing initiative OR ONE water saving/managing initiative that impresses you.

Corporate Social Responsibility Q1. Choose any ONE listed company from NSE top 500 and go through its CSR policy as well as its CSR Report (found in annual report under […]

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