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BCom 1st Semester Question Papers

January 18, 2023 By techwithin 0

BCom 1st Semester Question Papers – NEP – Bangalore City University – 2021-2022 Kannada Question Paper : Vanijya Sourabha – 1 : Download Development Studies – Open Elective : Download Management Principles & Applications : Download Principles of Marketing : Download Financial Accounting : Download

Financial Accounting Question Paper NEP

November 29, 2022 By techwithin 0

I Semester B.Com./LSCM/A&F/TTM/IAS/DA.Degree Examination, May/June – 2022 COMMERCEFinancial Accounting (NEP CBCS Semester Scheme 2021-2022 Regular) Answer any Five sub questions. Each sub question carries Two marks. (5X2=10) Download the Bangalore City University Financial Accounting Question Paper NEP of 2022

Problem Solving Techniques QP

October 20, 2022 By techwithin 0

Problem Solving Techniques 2022 Question Paper – NEP – Bangalore City University PART – A I.          Answer any Four questions, each carries Two marks.                               (4×2=8) 1)         What is an Algorithm? Give one of its advantages. 2)         Define Asymptotic notation. List any two. 3)         Write-the basic…

Management Principles and Applications QP

October 12, 2022 By techwithin 0

Management Principles and Applications NEP Question Paper 2022 Bangalore City University I Semester B.Com/LSCM/IAS Degree Examination, May/June – 2022COMMERCEManagement Principles and Applications(NEP Semester Scheme – 2021-2022)Time: 2½ Hours Maximum Marks: 60 SECTION -AAnswer any five sub-questions, each question carries two marks. (5×2=10)1.a. Mention the levels…

Digital Fluency Question Paper 2022

September 12, 2022 By techwithin 0

Digital Fluency Question Paper May/June 2022 Bangalore City University I SEMESTER DEGREE EXAMINATION, MAY/JUNE 2022 DIGITAL FLUENCY (NEP SCHEME)                                                                                                                                       Maximum Marks: 30 Time: 11/2 Hours                Instructions to Candidates: Answer all Parts.                                                                                      PART – A Answer any Five questions. Each question carries 2 marks.                                           (5×2=10)…