1. What is Business Environment?
Business environment is the
sum total of all external and internal factors that influence a business. You should keep in mind that
external factors and intern.al factors can influence each other and work together to affect a business.
2. List out the objectives of Entrepreneurial
reset the objectives of business
prepare for Accepting unforeseen risk
§ To take
3. What is Entrepreneurship Development?
Development Programme means the programme designed to help a person in
strengthening his entrepreneurial motive and in acquiring skills & capabilities
necessary for playing his Entrepreneurial role effectively.
4. List out the steps involved in Entrepreneurship
5. List out the contents of EDP.
• General Introduction
system & procedure
of project feasibility study
6. What is DIC?
• DIC were
established in May 1978 in order to cater to the needs of Small Units.
district has a DIC at its headquarters.
responsibility is to act as a chief coordinator in respect of various
Government departments and other agencies.
7. Mention the Nature of International
of Two countries
in Foreign Currency& Differ from Internal Business
8. Write a brief note on SISI.
Ø SISI was
Established in 1956. Small Industries Services Institute are setup one in each
state to provide consultancy and training to small & prospective
consultancy& advisory service
9. What is the role of the Entrepreneurship in
Improvement in per capita income
Generation of employment
Balanced regional development
Improvement in living standards
the objectives of EDPs?
Develop and strength their entrepreneurial quality.
Analysis environmental set up relating to small
industry and small business.
project for the product
Know pros and cons in becoming an entrepreneurs
Develop a broad vision about the business.
the phases of EDPs?
may be defined as any procedure initiated by an enterprise which intends to
foster and enhance learning among the employees working in the enterprise. So
far as the training in small-scale units is concerned, the owner himself takes
the responsibility for developing and conducting the training programmes.
the objectives of training?
improve job performance by enhancing employee‟s knowledge and skill
prepare employees well competent to discharge the new responsibilities.
3. To impart
skill how to operate the new machinery and equipments
4. To reduce
the wastage and accidents.
5. To build
a second line for more responsible positions at a later stage.
the methods of training?
1. on the
the characteristics of a successful Training programme?
1. Its objectives
and scope are clearly defined
training techniques are related directly to the needs and objectives of the
employs accepted principles of learning.
on the job training?
oldest and most commonly used training techniques in the small scale units is
the on the job training. It consists of the employees receiving training form
their supervisors or other departmental members while they perform their
17. What is Job Rotation?
training programmed, employees are moved from job to job for a few hours a day,
a few days at several weeks. Thus if one employee is absent, another employee
can be well fill in the absence.
18. What is Apprenticeship training?
combines both formal classroom learning and on the job experience. This kind of
training programmed is provided mainly in the technical cadres. Plumbers,
electricians and bankers are example or such training.
19. How training is given in the small scale
training opportunities for both skilled and unskilled employees.
(i) Fear that
the trained employees would demand for higher salaries
training will dislocate their schedule
training to employees involves sizeable expenses.
20. What is Development?
is concerned with the growth of an employee in all respects. The term
development is generally used for employees working in the managerial ladder.
21. Write any four financial institution names.
Loans available for starting Industrial venture in India.
· Industrial Development Bank of
India(IDBI) · Industrial Finance Corporation
of India (IFCI)