Public Administration 2005-Solved MCQs Arunachal Pradesh PSC Set 2

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11-One of the following is not the function of the Cabinet Division of the Federal Government:

(a) Preparation of the agenda for Cabinet meeting.

(b) Recording Ihe decisions of (he Cabinet.

(c) Follow up 'of the implementation of Cabinet decisions.

(d) Provision of staff to Cabinet members.

(e) None of these.

Answer: (c)

(12) Which of the following is categorized as a strategic decision:

(a) An officer approving the application for driving license.

(b) An executive ordering the transfer of an employee in another department.

(c) A head of the department approving a financial sanction.

(d) A committee approving a new rule to meet the future public requirements.

(e) None of these.

Answer: (d)

(13) A budget is essentially a statement of:

(a) Identification of targets to be achieved.

(b) Surplus or deficit of the previous budget.

(c) Estimated revenue and expenditure over a period of time.

(d) Allocation of funds in various heads of expenditure.

(e) None of these.

Answer: (c)

14-The categorization of functions with reference to their direct or indirect concern with the achievement of organizational goals is called as:

(a) Primary and Secondary functions

(b) Line and Staff functions

(c) Major and Minor functions

(d) Central and Peripheral functions

(e) None of these

Answer: (a)

15-The introduction of the Section Officers Scheme in the Central (Federal) Secretariat in 1961, was made on the recommendation contained in:

(a) Farooqi Report

(b) Cornelius Report

(c) Shoib Report

(d) G. Ahmed Report

(e) None of these

Answer: (d)

16-"Leaders are born and not made" is perception based on:

(a) Contingency Theory of leadership

(b) Trait Theory of Leadership

(c) Fiedler's Model of Leadership

(d) Situational Leadership

(e) None of thesee

Answer: (b)