Questions of MSW (CD)

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Mannar Thirumalai Naicker College, Madurai
Department of Social Work Participatory Programme Planning and Management Class: II MSW (CD)
One Mark Questions 1. Participation implies a) Benefitting from welfare programmes b) Participation in a conference c) Involves in the decision making process d) None of the above 2. An example for passive participation is a) Being part of the mob b) Members in an association c) Watching news in television d) None 3. Answering questions in a survey is an example of a) Functional participation b) Passive participation c) Participation by information giving d) None 4. Participation by consultation implies a) Getting people or experts opinion about an issue b) Involving in decision making c) Sharing ideas in a meeting d) None 5. NREGA is an example for a) Functional Participation b) Participation for material incentive c) Interactive participation d) None

6. Functional Participation implies a) Forming an association b) Assisted by external agencies c) Participation in a rally d) None 7. The highest form of participation is a) Self mobilization b) Functional participation c) Interactive d) Participation e) None 8. The key principle of participation are a) Empowerment of people b) Sharing of power and responsibility c) Equality and Transparency d) All the above 9. The main criteria for defining a project is a) Defining aims and objectives b) Fixing the time period c) Laying out the Budget d) All the above 10. An example for a project is a) Construction of a house b) Producing a film c) Social welfare projects d) All the above 11. Generally, the participation of Communities is more at the stage of a) Need assessment b) Generating funds c) Monitoring and evaluation d) None 12. As per the target oriented approach of the project the goals and objectives are

a) Decided by the community b) Formulated in the planning phase c) Pre determined and assigned to the community d) None 13. The type of community participation in the target oriented approach is a) Functional participation b) Consullative participation c) Passive participation d) Done 14. In the target oriented approach, the decision making process lies with a) People in the community b) People in the target group c) Project manager d) Committees 15. The methodology used in the target oriented approach is a) Project management techniques b) Participatory Management techniques c) MBO techniques d) None 16. The main goal of process oriented approach to project is a) Fixing targets to the community b) Giving out welfare measures to the community c) To Promote change through people’s participation d) None 17. Advantages of people’s participation in a project ensures a) Sustainability b) Ownership of the project c) Transparency d) All the above 18. Who are the primary stackholder of the SSA project? a) Children b) Officials in the department

c) Parents d) Teachers 19. Objectives analysis of the project is concerned with a) Cause and effect b) Means and ends c) Problems d) Stake holder 20. Action plan of the project is concerned with a) Activity and time b) Activity c) Time d) Cost 21. LFA is a) Logical Frame work Activity b) Logical Framework Approach c) Local Framework Approach d) Logical Formulation of Action plan 22. What is CPM a) Critical path method b) Critical programme management c) Correct path method d) Common Programme monitoring 23. Income and Expenditure account is prepared during a) Year beginning b) Middle of the year c) End of the year d) None 24. To get donation from the public, the NGO should have a) 12A, b) FCRA account c) PAN d) Bank account

25. Right to information Act ensures a) Transparency b) Accountability of the people who are in power c) Empowerment of common people d) All the above 26. Output of the project explains a) The impact of the project b) Effect of the project c) Success of the project d) Challenges in the project 27. MBO in project Management implies a) Marketting Based organization b) Management By objectives c) Management by organizations d) None 28. ‘Goal Setting’ in project is in the phase of a) Conception b) Planning c) Implementation d) None 29. PRA stands for a) Population ratio analysis b) Participatory Ratio Analysis c) Participatory Rural Appraisal d) None 30. The refined form of ---------------- is PRA a) PPA b) RRA c) PLA d) None

31. PLC stands for a) People life cycle b) People’s learning council c) Project life cycle d) None 32. Stackholder means a) Project staff b) Beneficiaries c) Participants d) All the above 33. SWOT analysis aims at analyzing a) Strengths and weakness of organizations b) Strengths, weakness of projects c) Strengths, weakness , opportunities and threats of projects only d) Strengths, weakness, opportunities and threads of organizations and projects 34. PERT means a) Programme Evaluation and Review Technique b) Participatory Evaluation and Review Technique c) Programme Evaluation and Research Technique d) None 35. LFA is a tool mainly used in a) Project planning b) Implementation c) Monitoring d) None 36. FCRA is mainly concerned with a) Government donations b) Funding by international organizations c) Individual donations d) Donations by private organizations

37. The expansion for CSR is a) Community social Research b) Corporate Social Responsibility c) Company social research d) None 38. The drawback of participation in a project is a) Time- consuming b) Lack of consensus c) Delay in decision making d) All the above 39. The attributes of stack holder analysis are : a) The stackhodler’s position b) The level of influence c) Association in the group d) All the above 40. The stack holders are categorized into a) Promoters b) Defenders c) Latents & apathetics d) All the above 41. The best mode of participations is -------------------42. The two approaches to project are -------------------43. PLA stands for -------------------44. The section of law that example tax for individual funding is -----------------45. The kind of participation found in target oriented approach is -----------------46. The type of participation found in process – oriented approach is-----------------47. The initial step in project planning is ----------------------------------------48. The main criteria to define the project are -----------------------------------------49. The internal factors affecting projects are -------------------------------------------50. The external factors affecting project are -------------------------------------------51. The first stage in project life cycle is --------------------------------------------------52. Participatory methodologies are mainly used in phase ----------------------------

53. The two fundamental principles of PRA are ------------------------------------------54. The process of cross-checking information from atleast three sources is known as ----------------------------------------------------------------------------55. Optimal ignorance means ----------------------------------------------------56. The tool used in PRA are ----------------------------------------------------57. The short form of rapid rural Appraisal is ---------------------------------58. Customer Relationship Management (CRM) is an example of -------------------59. Force field analysis is developed by ------------------------------60. The two types of forces in FFA are ---------------------------------61. The FFA can be used to list ------------------------------------------62. SWOT Analysis in mainly found by --------------------------------63. As per the SWOT analysis, the external conditions are denoted by the terms ----------------------------------------------------64. As per the SWOT analysis, the internal factors are denoted by the terms ------------------------------65. Socio-cultural changes, markets, technical charges and legislation are known as ------------------------------- to an organization 66. PERT/CPM method is mainly concerned with the -------------------- of the project 67. LFA is a tool mainly used for -----------------------------------------68. The tools applied in LFA are -------------------- & -------------------69. Verificable indicators and Means of verifications are the components of -------------------70. OVI stands for -----------------------------------------------------------71. In LFA, the information or data required to assess progress of project against Indicators is known as -----------------------------------------------------------72. The matrix drawn in LFA is know as ----------------------------------------73. SMART in Project Management stands for ------------------------------74. QQT is the indicators of -----------------------------------------------------------75. An example for MOV is -----------------------------------------------------------76. RBM stands for -------------------------------------------------------------------77. The activity which aims to determine the impact, efficiency and sustainability of a project is known as --------------------------------------------------------------

78. The main objective of evaluation is to -------------------------------------------79. Evaluation is a periodic process, while monitoring is a -------------------- Process -----------------------------------------------------------------80. UNFPA stands for --------------------------------------------------81. The process of directing and checking permanence is known as -----------------82. The system which organizes and provides necessary information to management for decision making is known as ---------------------------------------83. Cost – Benefit ratio is a -------------------- tool 84. The technique which is used to asses the staff performance is -------------------85. Outcome is the expected results or purpose of the project, while the output is the -----------------------------------------------------------86. Conception Phase 87. Planning Phase 88. Implementation phase 89. Evaluation Phase 90. PRA / PLA 91. Stack holder Analysis 92. Force Field Analysis 93. SWOT Analysis 94. PERT / CPM 95. LFA 96. Problem Analysis 97. Objective Analysis 98. Risk Analysis 99. Cost- benefit Analysis 100. Environment impact Analysis - a) Execution & Monitoring - b) Participatory methodologies - c) Evaluation of projects - d) Initial contact & Rapport building - e) Specifying goals & Objectives - f) Analysis of forces - g) Network Analysis - h) Analysis of priorities & indicators - i) Analysis of people in the Project - j) Applied to both institutions & Projects - k) Analysis of threats - l) Analysis of impact upon the surroundings - m) Analysis of needs & problems - n) Analysis of alternatives - o) Analsis of finance to a project

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