NMIMS SEMESTER 2 SOLVED ASSIGNMENTS SEPTEMBER 2019

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Course: Business Law
NMIMS SEMESTER 2 SOLVED ASSIGNMENTS SEPTEMBER 2019

1. Explain the mechanism of a Digital Signatures which is recognized under the Information Technology Act, 2000 and state at least two (2) of its applications (10 Marks)
2. Explain in details two (2) real-life instances of Anti-Competitive Agreements which have been prohibited by the Competition Commission of India. (10 Marks)

3. Abhay and Seema have entered into a commercial agreement to license content. However, Abhay did not deliver the content to the satisfaction of Seema. Hence, there are disputes arisen between Abhay and Seema. Abhay and Seema do not want to go through a protracted litigation process in Indian courts. Can you advise them on:

a. What should be done to conduct an arbitration between Abhay and Seema to resolve their disputes (5 Marks)
b. The difference between Arbitration, Conciliation and Mediation? What is the advantages and disadvantages of each of these (5 Marks)

Course: Business Statistics

1. What is sampling distribution? An automobile manufacturer claims that a particular model gets 28 KM per liter of petrol, but the Environmental Protection Agency, using a sample of 50 automobiles of this model, finds the sample mean to be 26.8 km/ltr. From previous studies, the population standard deviation is known to be 5 km/ltr. Could we reasonably expect (within 2 standard errors) that we could select such a sample if indeed the population mean is 28 km/ltr? Justify. (10 Marks)

2. Raj studios a Tollywood casting company, is selecting a group of extras for a movie. The ages of the first 30 men to be interviewed are. 50 56 55 54 55 61 49 52 57 60 51 59 56 57 56 62 52 54 55 49 52 61 60 51 57 56 59 52 54 49 The director of the movie wants men whose ages are grouped around 50 years. The director suggests that a standard deviation of 3 years would be acceptable. Does this group of extras qualify to the director’s requirement? (10 Marks)


3. Historically, diesel has mostly been cheaper than petrol in South Africa, though this has not always been the case, and not a trend seen around the world. One of the key differences in the pricing of diesel versus petrol, is that diesel prices reflect wholesale prices, not the price you would pay at the pumps. For example, the wholesale inland diesel price for August was at R10.96 at the beginning of the month, while Caltex’s retail version – Caltex 50 diesel with Techron – sells at R11.33 per litre. Over the past decade, both the petrol and diesel prices have seen some significant fluctuations, but petrol (95 grade) has seen the biggest overall increase, having jumped 75.4% since 2006.
The graph and table below show how the prices have changed year-on-year, between August 2006 and August 2016. Year PetrolUnleaded 93 PetrolUnleaded 95 Diesel 0.05% 2006 R6.92 R7.04 R6.54 2007 R6.88 R7.01 R6.51 2008 R10.20 R10.40 R11.27 2009 R7.52 R7.69 R6.65 2010 R8.02 R8.17 R7.38 2011 R9.91 R10.09 R9.30 2012 R10.83 R11.04 R10.25 2013 R13.32 R13.55 R12.48

The fuel price is affected by two major components: the global oil price, and the currency exchange rate between the rand and the dollar. Between 2014 and 2016, fuel prices (both diesel and petrol) have shown a year-on-year decline, boosted by a much lower global oil price, which has dropped below $50 a barrel, with little hope that it will balloon past that level in the near future. However, much of the benefit delivered by lower oil prices has been undone by weakness in the rand – brought about by a struggling economy, poor growth policies and a number of political scandals involving president Jacob Zuma. (Source: https://businesstech.co.za/news/energy/134400/petrol-vs-diesel-prices-in-southafrica-2006-2016/)

a. Explore the trend in the petrol price (for both unleaded 93 and unleaded 95) using regression trend analysis. Using the data, forecast the petrol price for 2017, 2018 and 2019. (5 Marks)

b. Explore the trend in the diesel price using regression trend analysis. Using the data, forecast the diesel price for 2017, 2018 and 2019. Out of the three regression models, which model is the strongest in predicting the fuel price? (5 Marks)


Course: Essentials of HRM
1. Discuss the process of induction (not a traditional one) being followed in any organisation. (It should not be the traditional way of induction, please cite only those which are different from traditional methods) (10 Marks)


2. Kiara Enterprises is a very small organisation dealing with export rejected clothing. They are growing slowly but steadily. Kiara, the owner now wants to expand it a bit more and hence opts for Human Resource planning. It is advised to them to go for qualitative methods for demand forecasting as they have limited funds. Discuss all three qualitative methods of demand forecasting. Conclude by suggesting the best method suited for Kiara’s organisation. (10 Marks) 3. Swati and Prashant are both working as sales managers. Swati was chosen for Assessment Centre whereas Prashant for Development Centre, of which they were not clearly aware. Few months later Swati got promoted which agitated Prashant as he thought his performance was also good. Prashant went to the HR head to discuss the same. In context of the case answer these questions: a. Explain to Prashant why Swati got promoted. (5 Marks) b. Explain to Prashant what a Development Centre is. (5 Marks)

Course: Financial Accounting & Analysis

1. A dealer of Mobile TV has the following items in inventory as on March 31,2018

Item Quantity Cost Price per unit Market price per unit Nokia 50 100000 98000 Samsung 70 88000 90000 Sony 100 120000 115000 Motorola 80 75000 76000 Discuss the accounting standard which talks about inventory valuation. Also, find out and define the overall value of inventories as per the applicable accounting standard. (10 Marks)

2. Define and Discuss the concepts of prepaid expenses and outstanding expenses and their impact on the income statement and Balance Sheet of an Entity? In case of firm A which largely has the balance of prepaid expenses and another firm B which largely has the balance of outstanding expenses, what does this reflects? Discuss (10 Marks)

3. a. A logistics company sold a car of Rs 2.5 lacs. The company had purchased the car three years back for Rs 10 lacs and had depreciated the same using straight line method of depreciation, assuming its useful life to be five years and a residual value of Rs77760. Calculate the WDV after charging depreciation for third year, accumulated depreciation for three years and profit on sale, if any. (5 Marks)

b. Consider the following transaction pertaining Ammar’s business

started business with cash Rs 3 lacs 2. Purchased goods for cash Rs 1.2 lacs 3. purchased goods on credit Rs 60000 4. purchased furniture for cash Rs 20000 5. deposited RS 50000 in the bank Perform transaction analysis for each transaction undertaken and present accounting equation for these transactions. (5 Marks)
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Course: Marketing Management

M/s Tikhalal sells pickle and spices across the country and wants to enter into the international market. The company is known for their quality ingredients. The company sells the product at higher price but customers don’t hesitate to pay the price as the quality is premium. Their brands Mr. Tikha, Mr. Hara, Mr. Laal, which are various pickles and spices are a hit brand in the Indian Market. The company has decided to enter in US Market as it has a major market for Indian pickles and spices.
1. Explain various Micro and Macro environment factors that the company should analyze before entering into the international market. Explain the points with reason. (10 Marks)
2. The company is planning to take Mr. Tikhalal online in India. Explain various ways to promote the brands of pickles and spice on Social Media Platforms. (10 Marks)
3. M/s Tikhalal is also planning to sell paapads with the brand name Mr. Crisp. The company is planning to sell papads at a price higher than its competitors. The company also plans to launch various variety of papads with different shapes and sizes.
a. How should company segment the consumer market for Paapads? (5 Marks)
b. To introduce the product in the market what are the various sales promotion techniques that should be used for the brand Mr. Crisp? (5 Marks)
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Course: Strategic Management
M/s Swadeshi is planning to start up a new business for Indian traditional clothes. The product will be sold online and there will be few retail outlets in major metro cities. The founder Mr. Ashish is of the opinion to do a detail and through market scanning before entering into the market.
Mr. Ashish appoints you as a consultant for M/s Swadeshi that deals in manufacturing and selling clothes online and offline stores. The company plans to give competition to brands like Manyavar and Mohey. The company plans to provide quality product at lower price. The company plans to save lot of cost because of online selling. The website URL is www.swadeshi.com. The Company differentiates itself by selling only Indian Traditional clothes for all age groups.
1. As a consultant you have been asked to prepare a STEEP analysis report and present the findings to the top management. (10 Marks)
2. Analyze the business www.swadeshi.com from Porter’s approach to industry analysis perspective. (10 Marks)
3. Answer the below questions: a. Prepare a SWOT Analysis for www.swadeshi.com. (5 Marks) b. Explain any two types of forecasting techniques that company should use for analyzing future demand. Explain the same with reason. (5 Marks)

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