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Bcom 3rd Year Financial Management Previous Year Question Paper 2017

Bcom 3rd Year Financial Management Previous Year Question Paper 2017

Bcom 3rd Year Financial Management Previous Year Question Paper 2017

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Bcom 3rd Year Financial Management Previous Year Question Paper 2017
Bcom 3rd Year Financial Management Previous Year Question Paper 2017

 


    B.com. III Examination , 2017
    Commerce – V Financial Management
            Time : 2 Hour]                                   (C- 305)                                     [M.M : 100



  1. Excess working capital is evidence of :
    1. Advanced credit
    2. demand of the product
    3. Idle funds
    4. None of the above
  2. Which of the following is not included in cash ?
    1. Cash in hand
    2. Bank balance
    3. Debenture
    4. None of the above
  3. Level of cash in a business is affected by :
    1. Terms of purchase and sale
    2. Political situations
    3. Wishes of financial manager
    4. None of these
  4. Optimum working cash balance is one where :
    1. Transaction cost is lowest
    2. Opportunity cost is highest
    3. Total cost is minimum
    4. None of thes
  5. Normally debtors anre collected after 45 days ; investories have on average holding period of 75 days and creditors payment period on average is 30 days . How much is cash cycle ?
    1. 120 days
    2. 90 days
    3. 150 days
    4. None of the above
  6. Cash turnover 5 annual cash operating expenses rupee 180000 minimum cash balance required will be :
    1. 36000  rupee
    2. 40000  rupee
    3. 50000 rupee
    4. 15000 rupee
  7. Cost of maintaining receivables is /are :
    1. Capital costs
    2. Collection costs
    3. Defaulting cost
    4. All of the above
  8. Loss of interest on the payment due from customer for the delayed period is termed as :
    1. Defaulting cost
    2. Delinquency cost
    3. Administrative cost
    4. None of the avobe
  9. Which ratio is not useful for control and analysis of receivables ?
    1. Debtors turnover ratio
    2. Average collection  period
    3. Ageing sechedule of debtrs
    4. Average disbursement period
  10. Which factor does not affect the size of receivabless ?
    1. Volume of credit sales
    2. Credit period allowed
    3. Salesman commission
    4. Credit and collection policey
  11. As per modern approach to finance function the following decisions are taken :
    1. Investment decision
    2. Financing decision
    3. Dividend decision
    4. All of the above
  12. Basic objective of financial management is :
    1. Maximization of profit
    2. Maximizations of shareholder’s wealth
    3. Ensuring financial discipline in the organization
    4. All of the above
  13. Financial management helps in :
    1. The estimation of total requirement of funds and monitoring funds
    2. Long term planning of company’s activities
    3. Profit planning for the organization
    4. None of the above
  14. In traditional approach, finance manager is responsible for :
    1. Efficient utilization of funds
    2. Arrangement of financial resources
    3. Acquiring capital asset
    4. None of these
  15. Financial management is concerned :
    1. Arrangement of funds
    2. Efficient management
    3. All aspects of acquiring and utilization
    4. None of these
  16. The market value of a a firm is the result of :
    1. Divedend decision
    2. Working capital decision
    3. Capital budgeting decisions
    4. Trades off between risk and return
  17. Financial decisions insolve :
    1. Investment, financial and sales decisions
    2. Investment financial and dividend decisions
    3. Financing, dividend and sales decisions
    4. None of the above
  18. Financial management has been called sometimes before as :
    1. Business finance
    2. Corporation finance
    3. Institutional finance
    4. Both (a) and (b)
  19. Traditional approach to finance function was evolved :
    1. Before 1920
    2. Between 1920 and 1930
    3. In 1950
    4. None of the above
  20. Financial decision is related to :
    1. Capital structure
    2. Purchase of fixed assets
    3. Dividend distribution
    4. Maintenance of account
  21. Financial management is the application of planning and control function to the finance function. Whose statemen is this ?
    1. Howard and upton
    2. J.f. Bradley
    3. J.l massie
    4. Western and Brigham
  22. In value maximization objective, value signifies :
    1. Value of net assets
    2. Market value of equity shares
    3. Both (a) and (b) above
    4. Social welfare
  23. The investment decisions should aim at investment in assets only when they are expected to earn a return greter than a minimum acceptable return is temed as :
    1. Interest rate
    2. Hurdle rate
    3. Growth rate
    4. Interest rate of return
  24. Which of the following activities is not included in financial planning ?
    1. Preparing capital structure
    2. Recruiting the clerks
    3. Selling the goods
    4. Preparing the accounts
  25. Which  of the following is not the main component of financial planning as per arthur s. Dewing ?
    1. Capitalization
    2. Capital structure
    3. Management of capital
    4. Developing financial procedures
  26. Financial management is the operational activity of a business that is responsible for obtaining and effectively utilishing the funds necessary for effectively utilizing the funds necessary for effective operations. “ definition is given by :
    1. J.e weston
    2. J.l massie
    3. E.f brigham
    4. Howard and upton
  27. What is ignored in profit maximization ?
    1. Time value of money
    2. Risk
    3. Net value
    4. Wealth
  28. Liquidity and profitability are …….. Goals for finance manager.
    1. Different
    2. Competing
    3. Separate
    4. Finance
  29. Financial management is :
    1. Administrative process
    2. Analytical process
    3. Centralized process
    4. All of the above
  30. Financial management is
    1. An art
    2. A science
    3. Boath art and science
    4. None of the above
  31. …… maximization objective onsiders the risk and time value of money.
    1. Profit
    2. Value
    3. Wealth
    4. Growth
  32. Adequate and timely financial planning helps the management in :
    1. Lowring cost of capital
    2. Maximizing the retrun to owners
    3. Elimination of waste of operations
    4. All of the above
  33. The meaning of capital structure is :
    1. ratio of long term sources of capital
    2. Equity and preference share capital
    3. Equity+ pref. Share capital + reserve
    4. None of the above
  34. Capital structure is affected  by :
    1. Nature and form of business
    2. Regularity of income
    3. Forms of control over business
    4. All of the above
  35. Trading on equity means :
    1. Less equity shares and more long term in capital structure
    2. More equiy share less long term loan
    3. Both are equal
    4. None of the above
  36. Capital structure is said to be ideal when :
    1. Cost of capital is minimum
    2. Profitability of the business is maximum
    3. Profitability and cost both are maximum
    4. Both (a) and (above)
  37. Financial structure means :
    1. Long term fund
    2. Long term fund + current liabilities
    3. Excess of liabilities over assets
    4. None of the above
  38. Capital gearing means :
    1. Ratio between equity shares and fixed cost bearing securities
    2. Ratio between equity shares and debentures
    3. Ratio between equity share and preference shares
    4. None of the above
  39. High gearing means :
    1. Equity share capital is less than fixed interest bearing capital
    2. Equity share capital is more
    3. Both are equal
    4. Gearing is not related to capital structure
  40. Anil ltd. And bhawna ltd. Have equity capital of rupee 5 lakh and rupee 2 lakh respectively . Each of them have earned a profit of rupee 60,000. Anil ltd. Has no preference shaes capital and debt capital. Whereas bhawna ltd. Has paid rupee 10,000 as interest on debentures and rupee 15,000 as preference share dividend. Earning per shae is respectively :
    1. 12 %  and  30%
    2. 12%  and  25%
    3. 12  and  17.5%
    4. 12% and 15 %
  41. If equity share capital is rupee 1,00,000 preference share capital rupee 25000 and debt capital rupee 25000 it is called as :
    1. Low gearing
    2. High gearing
    3. Normal gearing
    4. None of the above
  42. Low gearing is justified:
    1. During inflation period
    2. During trade recession
    3. During depression period
    4. None of the above
  43. Capital structure determination is necessitated :
    1. Before financial planning
    2. Before capitalization
    3. After capitalization
    4. At the time of capitalization
  44. Which is not the principle of  capital structure planning ?
    1. Principle of cost
    2. Principle of control
    3. Principle of equity
    4. Principle of risk
  45. The net operating income eapproach to capital structure is based on the assumption that :
    1. The overall cost of capital is constant
    2. The cost of debt is constant
    3. The investors see the firm as a whole
    4. All of the above
  46. Factor that is irrelevant in determining the choice of debt equity mix is :
    1. Taxation
    2. Industry norm
    3. The nature of asset base
    4. Variability of cash flows
  47. Which is not rthe basis of selecting best alternative of additional finance ?
    1. Maximization of earning per share
    2. Maximization of market price per share
    3. Maximization of dividend per share
    4. All of the above
  48. Net income approach and net operating income approach both were at first suggested by :
    1. David durand
    2. J.e bradley
    3. J.s. Massie
    4. None of the above
  49. A company has 5% debentures of rupee 4,00000 , 8% preference shares of rupee 2,00,000 and the number of equity share is 6,000 tax rate is 40% earning before interest and tax is rupee 120000. The earning per share will be :
    1. Rupee 7
    2. Rupee 7.33
    3. Rupee 10
    4. Rupee 14
  50. Alankrita ltd has an ebit of rupe 10,00,000. The company has rupee 40,00,000 in 10% debentures. The overall capitalization rate is 12.5% . The equity capitalization rate is :
    1. 10%
    2. 15%
    3. 12.5%
    4. None of these
  51. The none productive project should be financed by :
    1. Debt and equity fund
    2. Euity fund
    3. Debt funds
    4. Retained earnings
  52. Market price per share is equal to :
    1. Eps x pre ratio
    2. Pe ratio / eps
    3. Eps x no. Equity shares
    4. Eps/ pe ratio
  53. A ltd. Has net operating income of rupee 2,00,000. The company has rupee 4,00,000 5% debentures outstanding. The cost of equity is 11% the average cost of capital of the company is :
    1. 10%
    2. 9.8%
    3. 11%
    4. None of the above
  54. Abc ltd. Has profit before interest and taxex of rupee 3,00,000. The applicable tax rate is 40% . Ths required rate of return on equity in the absence of personal taxes. The value of the company is an mm word with no leverage is :
    1. Rupee 10,00,000
    2. Rupee 11,60,000
    3. Rupee 12,60,000
    4. Rupee 75,00,000
  55. EBIT of firm rupee 12,00,000 , 6% debentures rupee 30,00,000 , equilty capitalization rate of firm 10% , corporate tax 50%  as per MM approach market value of the firm :
    1. rupee 1,20,00,000
    2. rupee 60,00,000
    3. rupee 90.00.000
    4. rupee 75,00,000
  56. Annual ebit rupee 10,00,000 , 10% debentures rupee 40,00,000, equity capitalization rate 12.5% overall cost of capital is :
    1. 10%
    2. 11%
    3. 11.36%
    4. None of the above
  57. Eps rupee 6
    • No. Of equity shares 6,000
    • Preference divedend rueps 16,000
    • Interest on debentuires rupee 20,000
    • Tax rate 50%  net operating profit is :
      1. Rupee 104000
      2. Rupee 124000
      3. Rupee 110000
      4. Rupee 132000
  58. Ebit of company rupee 5,00,000, 10% debentures of rupee 8,00,000, equity capitalization rate 16% using traditinongal method, the value of the firm is :
    1. Rupee 3125000
    2. Rupee 2625000
    3. Rupee 3425000
    4. None of the above
  59. The function of financial leverage is :
    1. Financial arrangement
    2. Debt redemption
    3. Analysis of effect of fixed charges bearing sources of capital on profits
    4. Effect of equity share capital on profits
  60. Leverages means :
    1. Gear box of car
    2. Capital structure
    3. Profit-loss
    4. Effectiveness
  61. Sales rupee 2,00,000
    • Variable cost rupee 1,40,000
    • Fixed cost rupee 40,000
    • Operating leverage will be :
      1. 5
      2. 3
      3. 2
      4. 2.5
  62. Variable cost as% of sales 66*2/3 interest rupee 200 operating leverage 5 financial leverage 3 amount of sales is :
    1. Rupee 6,000
    2. Rupee 4,500
    3. Rupee 3,000
    4. Rupee 5,000
  63. Operating leverage is affecting by:
    1. Fexed costs
    2. Variable costs
    3. Per unit selling price or sales volume
    4. All of the above
  64. The sales of a firm rupee 75 lakh variable costs 42 lakhs fixed cost rupee 6 lakh operating leverage is :
    1. 1.22
    2. 1.67
    3. 3.00
    4. 5.50
  65. Sales rupee 2,00,000 varible cost rupee 1,40,000 fixed cost rupee 40,000 , 10% interest on debt of rupee 1,00,000 combined leverage is :
    1. 4
    2. 3
    3. 6
    4. 2
  66. Operating leverage is 2 financial leverage is 1.5 if sales increases by 5% earnings before tax will rise by :
    1. 15%
    2. 7.5%
    3. 10%
    4. None of the above
  67. Leverage may be defined as percentage returne may be defined as percentage return on equity to percentage return on capitalization.  This definition is givey by :
    1. Solomon ezra
    2. J.e walter
    3. S.c kuchal
    4. J.v. Home
  68. If the firm employs a greater amount of fixed cost and a small amount of variable cost, the firm is said to have….. Degree of operating leverage.
    1. High
    2. Low
    3. Zero
    4. None of the above
  69. Which leverage can be calculated with the help of percentage change in operating profit and percentage change in sales?
    1. Degree of financial leverage
    2. Degree of operating leverage
    3. Degree of combined leverage
    4. None of the above
  70. Which leverage can be calculated with the help of percentage change in taxable profit and percentage change in  operating profit ?
    1. Degree ofd perating leverage
    2. Degree of composite leverage
    3. Degree of financial leverage
    4. None of the above
  71. The degree  ee of financial leverage will be maximum at neqrby :
    1. B.e.p.
    2. Contribution
    3. Margin of safety
    4. None of the above
  72. Financial leverage is calculated with the help of :
    1. Contribution and operating profit
    2. Operating profit and profit before tax
    3. Contribution and profit before tax
    4. None of the above
  73. Which leverage explain the relationship between contribution and earning before interest and tax ?
    1. Operating leverage
    2. financial leverage
    3. combined leverage
    4. none of the above
  74.  which leverage explains the relationship between contribution and earning before interest and tax ?
    1. Financial leverage
    2. Operating leverage
    3. Composite leverage
    4. None of these
  75. Financial leverage finds particular application in :
    1. Capital structure management
    2. Maximization of eps
    3. Measurement of financial risk
    4. All of the above
  76. Indifference point is that level of ebit at which eps are ……  regardless of leverage in alternative financial plans.
    1. The same
    2. Increasing
    3. Decreasing
    4. None of the above
  77. If composite leverage is 4, then by what percentage will taxable income increase if sales increase by 6% ?
    1. 4%
    2. 6%
    3. 24%
    4. None of the above
  78. Which of the following is an expression of operating leverage ?
    1. Contribution/ebit
    2. Ebt/contribution
    3. Quantity/eat
    4. Quantity/ebit
  79. If financial leverage is 2.14,  by what percentage will taxable income increase if ebit increase by 6% ?
    1. 0.36%
    2. 12.84%
    3. 21.4%
    4. None of the above
  80. In financial leverage is 2 and eps increase by 10% then ebit will increase by :
    1. 8%
    2. 5%
    3. 20%
    4. None of the above
  81. If operating leverage is  2 the sales increase by 20% , then the increase in income before interest and tax will be :
    1. 40%
    2. 10%
    3. 18%
    4. None of the above
  82. If operating leverage is 3.5; by what percentage will ebit increase if sales increase by 10%
    1. 0.35%
    2. 10%
    3. 35%
    4. Noen of the above
  83. Xyz ltd. Manufactured and sold 20,000 units with a variable cost of rupee 20 per unit and rupee 30 as selling price. The period was rupee 1,00,000. The operating leverage of the firm is :
    1. 1.0
    2. 1.5
    3. 2.5
    4. 2.5
  84. Neha limited is having sales of rupee 1,000 lakhs and its variable cost represent 30% of its sales the fixed cost for the year is rupee 400 lakhs and the interest on its term loan is rupee 100 lakhs . The total leverage of the company is :
    1. 2.33
    2. 3.45
    3. 1.50
    4. 3.50
  85. It the operating leverage is 2 and sales increases by 50% the percentage increase in ebit will be :
    1. 25%
    2. 100%
    3. 50%
    4. 75%
  86. Earning per share rupee 10 market capitalization rate 10% payout ratio 50% rates of return of internal investment 15% using walter formula , market value of share is :
    1. 125
    2. 100
    3. 115
    4. 135
  87. Cost of  capital 10% earning per share rupee 10 internal rates of return 10% retention ratio 30% using gordon model , market price of share is : in rupee
    1. 127
    2. 92
    3. 100
    4. 400
  88. Earning per share rupee 4 rates of return as desired by shareholders 15% return as desired by shareholders 15% return on investment 10% payout ratio 40% as per walter model price per share :
    1. 29.87
    2. 29.33
    3. 28.80
    4. 27.60
  89. Earning per share rupee 5 capitalized rate of earning 16% market price rupee 50 dividend payout 40% find return on investment :
    1. 10%
    2. 20%
    3. 15%
    4. 25%
  90. Cost of equity capital 12% current market value of the firm rupee 10,00,000 (@ rupee 10 per share  new investment rupee 3,40,000 earning rupee 2,75,000 dividend per share 2.50 price p1 will be as per mm approach when dividend not paid :
    1. Rupee 11.20
    2. Rupee 11.60
    3. Rupee 11.80
    4. Rupee 12.00
  91. Dividend means :
    1. Volums of profit
    2. Ratio of profit to capital
    3. Portion of profit for shareholders
    4. Portion of profit for debenture holders
  92. “dividend is not relevant in determining the value of the company who holds this opining ?
    1. J.e walter
    2. M.j. Gordon
    3. Ezra solomon
    4. Medigiliani miller
  93. The effect of plough back of profit will be
    1. Availability of fund for development
    2. Increase in value of shares
    3. Increase in earning per share and dividend per share
    4. All of the above
  94. Return on investment 15% rate of capitalization 10% earning per share rupee 8% dividend payout ratio 50% value of equity as per walter mode
    1. Rupee 10
    2. Rueps 80
    3. Rupee 60
    4. Rupee 68
  95. Sound dividend policy is based on :
    1. Symmetry between investment of profit and distribution of profit
    2. Attracting the investors
    3. Payment of bonus
    4. Keeping the dividend rate stable
  96. Cost of capital 10% earning per share rupee 10 internal rate of return 8% retention ratio 60% value per share as per gordon model :
    1. Rupee 90
    2. Rupee 87
    3. Rupee 77
    4. Rupee 70
  97. Which of the following is not walter’s model assumption ?
    1. The company has long life
    2. All earnings are either reinvested intermally or distributed as dividend
    3. There is no floating cost for the company
    4. None of the above
  98. Nature of seasonal working capital is :
    1. Short-term
    2. Long-term
    3. Medium-term
    4. Variable
  99. Fixed working capital is :
    1. Minimum stock of raw material
    2. Minimum balance of bank
    3. Salaries of workers
    4. All of the above
  100. Adequacy of working capital reqired :
    1. For prompt payment
    2. For increase in credit
    3. For convenience in raising loan
    4. All of the above




 


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