Shopping Cart
0 item(s) in cart
Ignou MBA Solved Assignments
Email or call us for IGNOU MBA Solved Assignments

MS-92 Solved Assignment

Rs. 400.00  Rs. 250.00
Save: 38% off

  • Version: 2018 Jan - June


Soft Copy: Yes
Downloadable File: Yes
University: IGNOU
Course: Master of Business Administration

Q&A of MS-92 Solved Assignment 2018 - Management of Public Enterprises

Q. How is Ownership and Management decided for Public Sector Enterprises? Why is coordination and control an important aspect of Public Enterprises? Explain.

Answer.........

Q. Describe the three phases of development of Public Sector Enterprises in India. Explain in detail the reasons for disinvestment of Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) with reference to any particular PSU of your choice.

Answer.........

Q. What are the distinct modes and services of India’s transport system. Explain the role of Ministry of Road Transport and Highways in the development of Road Transport and Highways.

Answer.........

Q. "Wage Policy is part of Compensation Management." Trace the evolution of Wage Policy in India from Payment of Wages Act 1936 to Pay Commissions keeping in mind the institutions related to compensation for private sector and public sector.

Answer.........

Q. What are the oldest and the traditional form of Public Enterprises and how does the government undertake and perform various economic and social strategic functions? Cite examples from any two of the PSUs. (a) Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) (b) Bharat Earth Movers Limited (BEML) (c) Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL)

Answer.........

Product Details: Mba MS-92 Solved Assignment 2018

Course: IGNOU MBA (Master of Business Administration)
Session: Jan - June 2018
Subject: Management of Public Enterprises

Ignou Mba MS-92 Assignments - Old Sample Answers

Q. What is industrial sickness?
Answer. Industrial bankruptcy is a global phenomenon. The phenomenon of industrial sickness, both in large and small industries has become alarming in recent years.......
The progressive increase in industrial sickness has been causing considerable concern not only to the governments, banks and financial institutions but also financial embarrassment to the industrial units by seriously threatening their......
Improper project handling, ineffective management, lack of adequate resources, lack of advance technology, day to day changing govt....... policies give birth to industrial sickness. Hence, the banks that finance those industries ultimately end up with a low recovery of their loans reducing their profit and liquidity......
Enterprises have to compete in the domestic market with multinational companies (MNCs) and large-scale corporation (LSCs) on all fronts viz. cost of production, quality, technology, marketing network, price wars and so on. Besides, liberalisation in imports of capital goods and related components have exerted further pressure on the existing market.......
The exogenous factors causing sickness relate to government policies pertaining to production, distribution and prices; change in the investment pattern following new priorities in the plans; shortage of power, transport, raw materials; deteriorating industrial relations. Such factors are likely to affect all units.......... Get Ignou Mba MS-92 Solved Assignment Management of Public Enterprises for 2018 Jan - June ....
The endogenous factors causing sickness are generally mismanagement, diversion of funds, wrong dividend policy, excessive overheads, lack of provision for depreciation of machinery and other equipment, over-estimation of demand...... Other major reasons for sickness are marketing problems, faulty management practices and product planning, scarce raw materials, labour trouble, absence of a defined regulated market, lack of credibility in terms of quality and standards, incompatibility of product range with market need, non-availability of adequate and timely credit facilities, pricing and taxation polices of the government, poor competitive edge in the market, and so on.........
Poor working conditions and inadequate efficient and skilled manpower are some of the causes for sickness. The other causes are diversion of funds for unproductive activities, dissension among partners, and overdependence on purchase by the government..........

Q. Write a note on Disinvestment.
Answer.Historically, the public sector in India had been assigned an important role in the industrial development of the country........ But, over the years, in the context of many PSUs incurring huge losses due to low productivity, unsatisfactory quality of goods, excessive manpower utilization, inadequate human resource development and low rate of return on capital, lost the justification for their existence, and in any case, the continued government support they have been enjoying with.........
Disinvestment is generally expected to achieve a greater inflow of private capital and the use of private management practices in PSUs, as well as enable more effective monitoring of management discipline by private shareholders. Disinvestment of government equity in public sector.......The government resorts to privatisation with multiple objectives. The major objectives sought by this exercise are as.......


About Us    Privacy Policy    Shipping/Cancellation/Refund Policy    Terms and Conditions    Site map

Copyright © 2018 Universal Teacher Publications - IGNOU MBA Assignments, IGNOU MBA Solved Papers, Question Bank, Notes, Case Studies