2. Read the pasage given below and answer the questions that follow.
his worth sing something about the suc position of the beglass for when one has consorte
with them, and found that they are ordinary human beings one cannot help being stuek by the
curious attitude that society takes towards them. People seem to feel that there is some estial
diiterence behreen beggars and ordaan worang men. They are a race arart outcasts like
criminals and prostitutes. Working men 'werk beguers do not work they are pasites
wordless in their very nature. It is taken for granted that a beggar does not 'earn' his live as a
ocker or literary entics cam hisHe is a mere social excrescence tolerated because we live
in a munane age, but essentially despicable
Yet it one looks closely, one sees that there is no cuenta ditierence between a heggaris
livelihood and that of numberless respectable people Beggars do not work, it is said, but then
Wat is work? An accountant works by adding up tigures A begyar works by standing out of
doors in all weathers and getting Varicose veins chronic bronchitis etc. it is a trade like any
other quite uselas of coin but, thes, many reputable trades are quite useless. And as a social
ope a beggar compares well with a Sunday neitspaper proprietor, amiable compared with a hare
purchase tout-in short, a parasite, but a fairly harmles parasite. Ho seldom extracts more than a
bare living from the community, and what should justify him according to our ethical ideas, be
pays for it over and over in suffering. I do not think there is anything about a beggar that sets him
ma ditterent les from other people, or gives most modern men the right to despise hinn
To the question arises, why are beggars desmised? Actually, they are despised universally. I
believe it is for the simple reason that they all to eam a decent living. In practice nobody cares
whether work is u til or useless productive argarasitic: the sole thing demanded is that it shal
be profitable in all the modera talk about energy efficiency. social service and rest of it, what
meaning is there except per money. ger in legally, and get a lot of it"? Money has become the
and test of virtue. By this text beggars fail and for this they are despised If one could eam even
ter pounds a week ar begging, it would become a respectable profession immediately. A beggar,
looked at realistically, is simply a businesmen, gersing his living, like other businessmen in the
way bar comes to hand. He has not more than most modern people, sold his bonor, he has
merely made the mistake of choosing a trade at which it is impossible to grow nich.
(i) Oa the basis of your reading of the above pasage, make notes on it using heading and sub-
heading Use recognizable abbreviations whenever neaan (minimum +. Also suggest a
(RO) Write a summary of the above pacuage in about So words.
By this text beggar's yet pounds a week at begging.
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14 principles of management by Henri Fayol
1. Division of Work
In practice, employees are specialized in different areas and they have different skills. Different levels of expertise can be distinguished within the knowledge areas (from generalist to specialist). Personal and professional developments support this.
2. Authority and Responsibility
In order to get things done in an organization, management has the authority to give orders to the employees. Of course with this authority comes responsibility. According to Henri Fayol, the accompanying power or authority gives the management the right to give orders to the subordinates.
This third principle of the 14 principles of management is about obedience. It is often a part of the core values of a mission and vision in the form of good conduct and respectful interactions.
4. Unity of Command
The management principle ‘Unity of command’ means that an individual employee should receive orders from one manager and that the employee is answerable to that manager. If tasks and related responsibilities are given to the employee by more than one manager, this may lead to confusion which may lead to possible conflicts for employees.
5. Unity of Direction
This management principle of the 14 principles of management is all about focus and unity. All employees deliver the same activities that can be linked to the same objectives. All activities must be carried out by one group that forms a team. These activities must be described in a plan of action.
6. Subordination of Individual Interest
There are always all kinds of interests in an organization. In order to have an organization function well, Henri Fayol indicated that personal interests are subordinate to the interests of the organization (ethics).
Motivation and productivity are close to one another as far as the smooth running of an organization is concerned. This management principle of the 14 principles of management argues that the remuneration should be sufficient to keep employees motivated and productive.
8. The Degree of Centralization
Management and authority for decision-making process must be properly balanced in an organization.
Centralization implies the concentration of decision making authority at the top management (executive board).
9. Scalar Chain
Hierarchy presents itself in any given organization. This varies from senior management (executive board) to the lowest levels in the organization. Henri Fayol ’s “hierarchy” management principle states that there should be a clear line in the area of authority (from top to bottom and all managers at all levels). This can be seen as a type of management structure.
According to this principle of the 14 principles of management, employees in an organization must have the right resources at their disposal so that they can function properly in an organization.
The management principle of equity often occurs in the core values of an organization. According to Henri Fayol, employees must be treated kindly and equally.
12. Stability of Tenure of Personnel
This management principle of the 14 principles of management represents deployment and managing of personnel and this should be in balance with the service that is provided from the organization. Management strives to minimize employee turnover and to have the right staff in the right place.
Henri Fayol argued that with this management principle employees should be allowed to express new ideas. This encourages interest and involvement and creates added value for the company. Employee initiatives are a source of strength for the organization according to Henri Fayol.
14. Esprit de Corps
The management principle ‘esprit de corps’ of the 14 principles of management stands for striving for the involvement and unity of the employees. Managers are responsible for the development of morale in the workplace; individually and in the area of communication.
In conclusion on the 14 Principles of management
The 14 principles of management can be used to manage organizations and are useful tools for forecasting, planning, process management, organization management, decision-making, coordination and control.
Although they are obvious, many of these matters are still used based on common sense in current management practices in organizations. It remains a practical list with focus areas that are based on Henri Fayol ’s research which still applies today due to a number of logical principles.
The revenue recognition principle is a cornerstone of accrual accounting together with the matching principle. They both determine the accounting period in which revenues and expenses are recognized. According to the principle, revenues are recognized when they are realized or realizable, and are earned (usually when goods are transferred or services rendered), no matter when cash is received. There are some exceptions to this general rule of revenue recognition. In case of contracts like construction work, which take long time, say 2-3 years to complete, proportionate amount of revenue, based on the part of contract completed by the end of the period is treated as realised. Similarly, when goods are sold on hire purchase, the amount collected in installments is treated as realised.
answer:nonmetal (or non-metal) is a chemical element that mostly lacks the characteristics of a metal. Physically, a nonmetal tends to have a relatively low melting point, boiling point, and density. A nonmetal is typically brittle when solid and usually has poor thermal conductivity and electrical conductivity. Chemically, nonmetals tend to have relatively high ionization energy, electron affinity, and electronegativity. They gain or share electrons when they react with other elements and chemical compounds. Seventeen elements are generally classified as nonmetals: most are gases (hydrogen, helium, nitrogen, oxygen, fluorine, neon, chlorine, argon, krypton, xenon and radon); one is a liquid (bromine); and a few are solids (carbon, phosphorus, sulfur, selenium, and iodine). Metalloids such as boron, silicon, and germanium are sometimes counted as nonmetals.
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carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, chlorine
Summary of Common PropertiesHigh ionization energies.Highest electronegativities.Poor thermal conductors.Poor electrical conductors.
Are there exceptions to the general rule? Revenue should be recognised when sales take place either in cash or credit and/or right to receive income from any source is established. Revenue is not recognised, in case, if the income or payment is received in advance or the payment is actually received from the debtors.
Revenue should be recognised when sales take place either in cash or credit and/or right to receive income from any source is established. Revenue is not recognised, in case, if the income or payment is received in advance or the payment is actually received from the debtors.
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Revenue should be recognised when sales take place either in cash or credit and/or right to receive income from any source is established. ... Income is recognised on proportionate basis of work certified and not on the completion of contract.
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