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Daily MCQs Series - 25 (in Hindi)
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  1. NTA NET 2018 COMMERCE DAILY MCQ SERIES BY - TALVIR SINGH


  2. ABOUT ME M.Com & MBA From PU CHANDIGARH JRF QUALIFIED IN COMMERCE WORKING AS ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 2 TIMES UNIVERSITY COLOR HOLDER BEST DEBATER OF PUNJAB (2017) BEST POET OF PU CHANDIGARH (2016) COMEDY ADDICT FREELANCE MOTIVATIONAL SPEAKER YOUTUBER unacademy


  3. MCQ SERIES 25


  4. 1. Supervisory appointments are: . (a) often made to placate employees when they do not receive internal promotion . (b) viewed as a training ground for specialist roles . (c) positions that have little authority and responsibility (d) seen as the first step on the management hierarchy .


  5. 2. Research has shown that many Australian managers have low aspirations. This has produced: . (a) poor general management skills (b) a lack of innovation and failure to develop long- term skills general management positions positions . (c) a decrease in university graduates aspiring to . (d) a lack of respect shown to those in management


  6. The training needs of managers operating internationally are influenced by: . 3. . (a) the cost of providing training across borders. . (b) the individual manager's level of education (c) cultural differences * (d) the different management styles used


  7. . 4. The selection of process methods and training technologies is affected by: . (a) the availability of suitable trainers . (b) the costs associated with the different methods and technologies . (c) the location of those to attend the training . (d) the trainability of employees


  8. 5. The core concepts of learning are: (a) relevance, reinforcement, transferability of training, activity versus passivity . . (b) orientation, relevance, transferability of training * (c) induction, systems approach to trainin relevance, activity versus passivity . (d) training needs analysis, distribution of learning, whole versus part learning


  9. 6. Transfer of learning can be reduced by: . (a) employees rejecting new ideas and practices . (b) not providing employees with the opportunity to use the new skills and knowledge (c) employee resistance to change (d) lack of recognition of emplovee achievements


  10. The process of spacing out training activities to produce more rapid learning and better retention is: 7. .(a) transfer of training (b) knowledge of results . (c) distribution of learning . (d) practice and learning