Human Capital Formation in India test - 9

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  • Question 1
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    Organisation relies on the following sources of capital
    Solution
    An Organisation is a group of people who worked jointly in a systematic manner to accomplish one or more goals or objectives. To work jointly and efficiently in an organisation it is necessary that all have a strong relationship between all the individuals. Culture connects everyone strongly no matter from which department they are and a social human have sense to work in team spirit. In short, for a good organisation - Culture, Social and human capital are the key sources.
  • Question 2
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    The balanced scorecard proposes that organisational success depends on _______.
    Solution
    The balanced scorecard proposes that organisational success depends on an ability to develop a complete list of cause and effect relationships driving a firm's success.
  • Question 3
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    Which of the following involves strategic human resource management?
    Solution
    Human resource management involves maximizing employee performance in order to achieve an employers objectives. Human resource management includes attractions, selection, training, assessment and rewarding.
  • Question 4
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    Which of the following aptly describes the role of line manager and staff advisors, namely HR professionals?
    Solution
    Staff advisors focus more on developing HR programmes while line managers are more involved in the implementation of those programmes is the role of line manager and staff advisors, namely HR professionals.
  • Question 5
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    Kochan and Barocc's (1985) model of HRM has three elements. these are ________.
    Solution
    Kochan and Barocc's (1985) model of HRM has three elements. These are the external environment, human resource management and system effectiveness.
  • Question 6
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    What are the ideas underpinning 'soft', 'e-commitment', or 'high-road' HRM practices?
    Solution
    The ideas underpinning 'soft', 'e-commitment', or 'high-road' HRM practices is the labour needs to be treated as an asset to be invested in business.
  • Question 7
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    The human resource management function aims at ________.
    Solution
    Human resource management involves maximizing employee performance in order to achieve an employers objectives. Human resource management includes attractions, selection, training, assessment and rewarding.
  • Question 8
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    Which of the following is NOT an indicator of economic development?
    Solution
    Decreased women participation in job market is not an indicator of economic development. It is not an indicator of economic development as the decreasing percentage of women will generate lower level of national income, in turn national output of an economy will also get decreased. Thus, decreased women participation in job market does not signify economic development.
  • Question 9
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    Which of the following is a reference to manpower planning?
  • Question 10
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    Within the education sector the highest priority is given to which of the following govt schemes?
    Solution
    In education sector the highest priority is given to primary education. Primary education is the basic primary stage of education that is considered as a fundamental right for the age of 6-14 years of age. Hence, maximum importance is given. 
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