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FCI Eng Mains Breakup

[SSC-FCI] Main Exam: English Language & Comprehension Previous Years Paper, Topicwise breakup

Based on the SSC-FCI Assistant Grade III mains exam held on April 2012. Topicwise Breakup Reading comprehension (15Qs) Passage with Blanks (20Qs) Sentence improvement (10Qs) Direct/Indirect Speech (10Qs) Active-Passive (10Qs) Idioms and Phrases (5Qs) Synonyms- Antonyms (10Qs) Fill in the blanks (5Q) Sentence Correction [...]

Explain the main contributors to productivity improvement. Or Write short note on ‘improving productivity’.

Ans. The main contributors to productivity improvement are as follows - (i) Proper Planning and Scheduling - It help to utilizes men, machines and materials to increase productivity. (ii) Measurement Skill- Good supervision and management avoids production inefficiency and inefficient purchasing, maintenance and incorrect specifications for [...]

What are the main features of input-output analysis ?

Ans. Main features of input-output analysis are given as follows (i) Input-output analysis deals with the problem of purely technological nature viz., production. The main objective of the analysis is to find the nature of output-mix, quantity of each final product in the output-mix and the quantity of [...]

Enlist the main characteristics of a decision.

Ans. Main characteristics of decisions are given as follows - (i) It is the choice of the best course among the available alternatives. (ii) It is the end process proceeded by deliberation and reasoning’s. (iii) It is associated with commitment. (iv) It is rational. (v) These relate the means [...]

Discuss main objectives of a project management. What are its limitations ?

Ans. The aim of project management is to reduce, contain or counter the risks and organize and direct the resources so that the project is finished in time, within budgeted costs and with the functional or other design objectives fulfilled. Following types of projects [...]

What are the main elements of rationalization ?

Ans. Main elements of rationalization are as follows- (i) Simplification - Rationalization simplifies the production processes because only a limited number of products are to be produced and there is specialization at various levels. (ii) Combination - Rationalization is concerned with the whole industry. Therefore, it [...]

What is meant by scientific management? Discuss briefly the main elements of scientific management.

Ans. Scientific Management- The term 'scientific management' was first used in U.S.A. in 1910 by Louis Brandies. As a process, it was first seen in U.K. in 1832 by Charles Babbage. Frederick W. Taylor was the first person who insisted on the introduction of [...]

What are the main objectives of rationalization ?

Ans. The World Economic Conference (at Geneva in 1.927) set the following objectives of rationalization- (i) To obtain the maximum efficiency of labour with minimum effort. (ii) To eliminate waste of raw materials and power. (iii) To simplify distribution of commodities by eliminating unnecessary transport, excessive financial [...]

Enlist the main features of rationalization.

Ans. The main features of rationalization are as follows - (i) Rationalization means a fundamental change in the purpose, structure, and control of the units in an industry. . (ii) Rationalization aims at elimination of wastes of all types through scientific methods. (iii) Rationalization maximizes production with [...]

What are main skills required to be a successful manager?

Ans. The main skills required to be successful manager can be classified as follows- (i) Human Relation Skills - The ability to work effectively with others and build cooperative work ·groups to obtain organizational goals, is referred to as human relation skill. (a) Leadership Skills -Leadership [...]

List the name of main skills required for a successful manager.

Ans. The main skills are the following- (i) Human relation skills (a) Leadership skills (b) Communication skills (c) Motivating skills. (ii) Technical skills (iii) Conceptual skills- (a) Organizational skills (b) Decision making skills.