HRM-Module a few sample questions: (1) The primary purpose of 'Training' is: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) Learning related to present job* Learning
to prepare for a different but identified job Learning for growth of the individual not related to any specific job Motivating employees for better performance
(2) The compensation paid to the Clerical and Administrative employees is commonly referred to: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) Wages Salary* Perks Fees
(3) MBO process does not involve: (ii) Setting Goals (iii) Seeking Participation (iv) Exchanging Feedback (v) Appraisal of Employees * (4) Rational Economic View is referred to as: (i) Equity theory (ii) Scientific Management * (iii) Human Relations Model (iv) Need Hierarchy Theory (5) Information age refers to: (i) The era of development of computer systems (ii) The era of automated business operations (iii) The era of development of software systems (iv) The era of use of information for decision making * (6) The person with external locus of control: (i) Believes that the individuals can determine the events (ii) Believes that the events are determined by forces like luck, destiny, etc * (iii) Anticipate the events and does not wait for things to happen (iv) Looks for resources around him (7) Achievement Motivation Theory does not cover: (i) Need for Achievement (ii) Need for Power 1
fairness and perceived as unbiased in decision making * HRIS is useful only for taking decisions regarding training and placement 9. curiosity and reactions to others The Parent ego state mainly regulates behaviour and nurtures it* None of the above 11. Identify true statement from the following: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) Confidentiality cannot be maintained in computerized data as it can be accessed by any one from any location Computerised database can allow only one person to access it at a time Decisions based on computerized data can improve the objectivity. They may otherwise continue because of lack of alternate jobs Uniform wage structure helps in improving the performance 10. Identify true statement from the following: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) The Child ego state mainly collects information and processes it The Adult ego state is mainly responsible for creativity.(iii) Need for Security * (iv) Need for Affiliation Certain statements have been given. Identify false (not true) statements from the following: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) The role of the HR functionaries has undergone qualitative change HR functionaries have total responsibilities about the management of Human Resource in the organisation * HR functionaries are responsible for development of HR related systems HR professionals should have qualifications in HRM 12. Identify false (not true) statements from the following: (i) Human Resource System (HRS) is an independent function * 2 . Identify false (not true) statements from the following: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) Role ambiguity is caused due to personal inadequacy * Role integrates an individual with an organisation Each individual occupies and plays several roles Intra-role conflict leads to role isolation 13. Identify the statements which is true or false (not true) in each set of statement as required: 8. salary and remuneration all mean the same The reward linked to the performance generally improves the motivation level of employees * It is not necessary to give market-linked wages to employees. Identify true statement from the following: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) Wage.
(ii) The main task of HRS is to develop enabling capabilities (proactive role) (iii) The main emphasis of HRS is on developing people and their competencies (iv) All managers share the responsibility of human resource management 14. Identify false (not true) statements from the following: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) Personality is the sum total of all that a person has learnt People have the image of their own and their actions are consistent with their image Id is the foundation of unconscious People behaving in a forceful manner in most of the situations can be described as sentimental * 15. Identify false (not true) statements from the following: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) Psychoanalytical theory is primarily based on the Freudian concept Self concept theory believes that personality and behaviour are to a great extent determined by the individual himself Trait theory explains that most of the traits are common in people * Social learning theory believes that personality development is more a result of social variables than biological factors 3 .