SP February 2019 Board Paper Solution.

SP February 2019 Board Paper Solution given below.


SP February 2019 Board Paper Solution given below.             Q. 1. A. Select the proper option from the options given below and rewrite the sentences:   (1) The _________ capital remains in business almost permanently.   (a) fixed  (b) working (c) borrowed  (2) A company must issue ________ shares.   (a) preference (b) bonus (c) equity  (3) If a share of Rs. 100 is issued at Rs. 110, it is to be issued at ________  (a) par (b) profit (c) premium  (4) The dividend is calculated and paid in ___________ capital.   (a) authorised (b) subscribed (c) paid-up   (5) An institution which regulates and controls the activities of the stock exchange is called _____________   (a) NSE (b) BSE (c) SEBI  (B) Match the correct pairs of words from group 'A' and group 'B'.    Group A Group B (a) Retained profits. (1) Share warrant holder (b) Small depositors (2) Borrowed capital  (c) Dividend coupon (3) Deposits less than Rs. 25000 (d) Returns on shares (4) Interest (e) Bear (5) Expects rise in price of security.   (6) Ploughing back of profit  (7) Expects fall in price of securities.   (8) Deposits less than Rs. 20,000.   (9) Share certificate holder  (10) Dividend   (C) Write a word / term/ phrase which can substitute each of the following statements. [5]  (1) The basic principles of business activities that aims at profit.   Ans. Profit maximization  (2) The 'Depository Receipt' traded in the country, other than U.S.A.   Ans. Global Depository Receipts. [GDR]  (3) The authority who can issue debentures.   Ans. Board of Directors.   (4) The organisation which acts as an intermediary between investors and depositories.   Ans. Depository Participant  (5) Instrument of payment of interest.   Ans. Interest Warrant.     Q. 2. Distinguish between the following (Any Three)   (1) Equity shares and Preference shares.   (2) Share certificate and Share warrant.  (3) Interim dividend and Final dividend.   (4) Primary market and Secondary Market.   (5) Jobber and Stock broker.    Q. 3. Write notes on the following. (Any Three)   (1) Importance of financial planning.   (2) Types of Bonds.   (3) Procedure of transfer of shares.   (4) Statutory conditions of valid allotment of shares.   (5) Need and importance of depository system.    Q. 4. State, with reasons, whether the following statements are True or False. (Any Three)   1. Financial management is essential for all types of business organisations.   2. The bond holders are the owners of the company.   3. A private company cannot accept deposits from public.   4. Handling demand shares is very time consuming.   5. Transfer of shares is initiated by the company.    Q. 5. Answer the following (Any Two)   (1) State the procedure of payment of dividend.   (2) Draft a letter to a debenture holder informing him about redemption of debentures.   (3) Draft a letter of thanks to a depositor of a company.   (4) State the points to be borne in mind while writing letters to depositors.    Q. 6.  Draft a notice of dividend.  OR  Define 'debenture' Explain various types of debentures.


SP February 2019 Board Paper Solution given below.             Q. 1. A. Select the proper option from the options given below and rewrite the sentences:   (1) The _________ capital remains in business almost permanently.   (a) fixed  (b) working (c) borrowed  (2) A company must issue ________ shares.   (a) preference (b) bonus (c) equity  (3) If a share of Rs. 100 is issued at Rs. 110, it is to be issued at ________  (a) par (b) profit (c) premium  (4) The dividend is calculated and paid in ___________ capital.   (a) authorised (b) subscribed (c) paid-up   (5) An institution which regulates and controls the activities of the stock exchange is called _____________   (a) NSE (b) BSE (c) SEBI  (B) Match the correct pairs of words from group 'A' and group 'B'.    Group A Group B (a) Retained profits. (1) Share warrant holder (b) Small depositors (2) Borrowed capital  (c) Dividend coupon (3) Deposits less than Rs. 25000 (d) Returns on shares (4) Interest (e) Bear (5) Expects rise in price of security.   (6) Ploughing back of profit  (7) Expects fall in price of securities.   (8) Deposits less than Rs. 20,000.   (9) Share certificate holder  (10) Dividend   (C) Write a word / term/ phrase which can substitute each of the following statements. [5]  (1) The basic principles of business activities that aims at profit.   Ans. Profit maximization  (2) The 'Depository Receipt' traded in the country, other than U.S.A.   Ans. Global Depository Receipts. [GDR]  (3) The authority who can issue debentures.   Ans. Board of Directors.   (4) The organisation which acts as an intermediary between investors and depositories.   Ans. Depository Participant  (5) Instrument of payment of interest.   Ans. Interest Warrant.     Q. 2. Distinguish between the following (Any Three)   (1) Equity shares and Preference shares.   (2) Share certificate and Share warrant.  (3) Interim dividend and Final dividend.   (4) Primary market and Secondary Market.   (5) Jobber and Stock broker.    Q. 3. Write notes on the following. (Any Three)   (1) Importance of financial planning.   (2) Types of Bonds.   (3) Procedure of transfer of shares.   (4) Statutory conditions of valid allotment of shares.   (5) Need and importance of depository system.    Q. 4. State, with reasons, whether the following statements are True or False. (Any Three)   1. Financial management is essential for all types of business organisations.   2. The bond holders are the owners of the company.   3. A private company cannot accept deposits from public.   4. Handling demand shares is very time consuming.   5. Transfer of shares is initiated by the company.    Q. 5. Answer the following (Any Two)   (1) State the procedure of payment of dividend.   (2) Draft a letter to a debenture holder informing him about redemption of debentures.   (3) Draft a letter of thanks to a depositor of a company.   (4) State the points to be borne in mind while writing letters to depositors.    Q. 6.  Draft a notice of dividend.  OR  Define 'debenture' Explain various types of debentures.

SP February 2019 Board Paper Solution given below.             Q. 1. A. Select the proper option from the options given below and rewrite the sentences:   (1) The _________ capital remains in business almost permanently.   (a) fixed  (b) working (c) borrowed  (2) A company must issue ________ shares.   (a) preference (b) bonus (c) equity  (3) If a share of Rs. 100 is issued at Rs. 110, it is to be issued at ________  (a) par (b) profit (c) premium  (4) The dividend is calculated and paid in ___________ capital.   (a) authorised (b) subscribed (c) paid-up   (5) An institution which regulates and controls the activities of the stock exchange is called _____________   (a) NSE (b) BSE (c) SEBI  (B) Match the correct pairs of words from group 'A' and group 'B'.    Group A Group B (a) Retained profits. (1) Share warrant holder (b) Small depositors (2) Borrowed capital  (c) Dividend coupon (3) Deposits less than Rs. 25000 (d) Returns on shares (4) Interest (e) Bear (5) Expects rise in price of security.   (6) Ploughing back of profit  (7) Expects fall in price of securities.   (8) Deposits less than Rs. 20,000.   (9) Share certificate holder  (10) Dividend   (C) Write a word / term/ phrase which can substitute each of the following statements. [5]  (1) The basic principles of business activities that aims at profit.   Ans. Profit maximization  (2) The 'Depository Receipt' traded in the country, other than U.S.A.   Ans. Global Depository Receipts. [GDR]  (3) The authority who can issue debentures.   Ans. Board of Directors.   (4) The organisation which acts as an intermediary between investors and depositories.   Ans. Depository Participant  (5) Instrument of payment of interest.   Ans. Interest Warrant.     Q. 2. Distinguish between the following (Any Three)   (1) Equity shares and Preference shares.   (2) Share certificate and Share warrant.  (3) Interim dividend and Final dividend.   (4) Primary market and Secondary Market.   (5) Jobber and Stock broker.    Q. 3. Write notes on the following. (Any Three)   (1) Importance of financial planning.   (2) Types of Bonds.   (3) Procedure of transfer of shares.   (4) Statutory conditions of valid allotment of shares.   (5) Need and importance of depository system.    Q. 4. State, with reasons, whether the following statements are True or False. (Any Three)   1. Financial management is essential for all types of business organisations.   2. The bond holders are the owners of the company.   3. A private company cannot accept deposits from public.   4. Handling demand shares is very time consuming.   5. Transfer of shares is initiated by the company.    Q. 5. Answer the following (Any Two)   (1) State the procedure of payment of dividend.   (2) Draft a letter to a debenture holder informing him about redemption of debentures.   (3) Draft a letter of thanks to a depositor of a company.   (4) State the points to be borne in mind while writing letters to depositors.    Q. 6.  Draft a notice of dividend.  OR  Define 'debenture' Explain various types of debentures.

SP February 2019 Board Paper Solution given below.             Q. 1. A. Select the proper option from the options given below and rewrite the sentences:   (1) The _________ capital remains in business almost permanently.   (a) fixed  (b) working (c) borrowed  (2) A company must issue ________ shares.   (a) preference (b) bonus (c) equity  (3) If a share of Rs. 100 is issued at Rs. 110, it is to be issued at ________  (a) par (b) profit (c) premium  (4) The dividend is calculated and paid in ___________ capital.   (a) authorised (b) subscribed (c) paid-up   (5) An institution which regulates and controls the activities of the stock exchange is called _____________   (a) NSE (b) BSE (c) SEBI  (B) Match the correct pairs of words from group 'A' and group 'B'.    Group A Group B (a) Retained profits. (1) Share warrant holder (b) Small depositors (2) Borrowed capital  (c) Dividend coupon (3) Deposits less than Rs. 25000 (d) Returns on shares (4) Interest (e) Bear (5) Expects rise in price of security.   (6) Ploughing back of profit  (7) Expects fall in price of securities.   (8) Deposits less than Rs. 20,000.   (9) Share certificate holder  (10) Dividend   (C) Write a word / term/ phrase which can substitute each of the following statements. [5]  (1) The basic principles of business activities that aims at profit.   Ans. Profit maximization  (2) The 'Depository Receipt' traded in the country, other than U.S.A.   Ans. Global Depository Receipts. [GDR]  (3) The authority who can issue debentures.   Ans. Board of Directors.   (4) The organisation which acts as an intermediary between investors and depositories.   Ans. Depository Participant  (5) Instrument of payment of interest.   Ans. Interest Warrant.     Q. 2. Distinguish between the following (Any Three)   (1) Equity shares and Preference shares.   (2) Share certificate and Share warrant.  (3) Interim dividend and Final dividend.   (4) Primary market and Secondary Market.   (5) Jobber and Stock broker.    Q. 3. Write notes on the following. (Any Three)   (1) Importance of financial planning.   (2) Types of Bonds.   (3) Procedure of transfer of shares.   (4) Statutory conditions of valid allotment of shares.   (5) Need and importance of depository system.    Q. 4. State, with reasons, whether the following statements are True or False. (Any Three)   1. Financial management is essential for all types of business organisations.   2. The bond holders are the owners of the company.   3. A private company cannot accept deposits from public.   4. Handling demand shares is very time consuming.   5. Transfer of shares is initiated by the company.    Q. 5. Answer the following (Any Two)   (1) State the procedure of payment of dividend.   (2) Draft a letter to a debenture holder informing him about redemption of debentures.   (3) Draft a letter of thanks to a depositor of a company.   (4) State the points to be borne in mind while writing letters to depositors.    Q. 6.  Draft a notice of dividend.  OR  Define 'debenture' Explain various types of debentures.


Q. 1. A. Select the proper option from the options given below and rewrite the sentences:

(1) The _________ capital remains in business almost permanently.

(a) fixed
(b) working
(c) borrowed

(2) A company must issue ________ shares.

(a) preference
(b) bonus
(c) equity

(3) If a share of Rs. 100 is issued at Rs. 110, it is to be issued at ________

(a) par
(b) profit
(c) premium

(4) The dividend is calculated and paid in ___________ capital.

(a) authorised
(b) subscribed
(c) paid-up

(5) An institution which regulates and controls the activities of the stock exchange is called _____________

(a) NSE
(b) BSE
(c) SEBI

(B) Match the correct pairs of words from group 'A' and group 'B'.

Group A

Group B

(a) Retained profits.

(1) Share warrant holder

(b) Small depositors

(2) Borrowed capital

(c) Dividend coupon

(3) Deposits less than Rs. 25000

(d) Returns on shares

(4) Interest

(e) Bear

(5) Expects rise in price of security.


(6) Ploughing back of profit


(7) Expects fall in price of securities.


(8) Deposits less than Rs. 20,000.


(9) Share certificate holder


(10) Dividend



(C) Write a word / term/ phrase which can substitute each of the following statements. [5]

(1) The basic principles of business activities that aims at profit.

Ans. Profit maximization

(2) The 'Depository Receipt' traded in the country, other than U.S.A.

Ans. Global Depository Receipts. [GDR]

(3) The authority who can issue debentures.

Ans. Board of Directors.

(4) The organisation which acts as an intermediary between investors and depositories.

Ans. Depository Participant

(5) Instrument of payment of interest.

Ans. Interest Warrant.

Q. 2. Distinguish between the following (Any Three)






Q. 3. Write notes on the following. (Any Three)






Q. 4. State, with reasons, whether the following statements are True or False. (Any Three)






Q. 5. Answer the following (Any Two)






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