751. Which of the following is not a designation related to top level management?
A. President
B. Vice-President
C. Chairman
D. Production Manager

752. Which of the following is not a designation related to lower level management?
A. Plant Superintendent
B. Supervisors
C. Section officers
D. Marketing Manager

753. Which of the following statements does not pertain to middle level management?
A. They are responsible for all the activities of the operational managers.
B. They are responsible for the welfare and survival of the organisation.
C. The interpreter the policies made by top level managers
D. Co-operate with other departments for the smooth running of the organisation.

754. Identify the level of management which does not interact with the work force directly.
A. Supervisory management
B. Operational management
C. First line managers
D. Middle level management

755. This level of management serves as a link between top level managers and first line managers.
A. Supervisory level management
B. Operational management
C. Middle level management
D. None of the above

756. The function of management related to grouping of activities to be carried out into departments and creating management hierarchy is
A. Planning
B. Organising
C. Controlling
D. Directing

757. Supervision, communication, motivation and leadership are the key elements of this • function of management.
A. Directing
B. Controlling
C. Planning
D. Organising

758. It is a force that binds all the functions Of management.
A. Cooperation
B. Co-ordination
C. Planning
D. Management hierarchy

759. Co-ordination is considered to be the essence of management because
A. It is a common thread that runs through all the activities within the organisation
B. It is implicit and inherent in all functions of the organisation
C. It is a force that binds all the functions of management
D. All of the above

760. Identify the process that provides the requisite amount, quality, timing and sequence of efforts, which ensures that planned objectives are achieved with a minimum of conflict.
A. Management
B. Planning
C. Co-ordination
D. Controlling

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