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IMPORTANT QUESTIONS PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Project Management Important Questions

Q1). What do you mean by feasibility? Discuss different types of feasibility.
Q2). Discuss techniques for establishing cost.
Q3). How can project profitability be evaluated?
Q4). Discuss briefly various procedure in Project Implementation.
Q5). What is system characteristics of the system?
Q6). What are the contents of project procedure manual? Write in detail project execution plan.
Q7). Discuss technique Work breakdown structure.
Q8). Tools and techniques of Project Planning scheduling and monitoring. Q9).What are different types of system?
Q10). Discuss different stages of the project.


Q11). What are essential of cost control. How project manager ensures cost control.
Q12). What are different performance indicator and how performance of project can be improved / can be controlled.
Q13). What is project environment.
Q14). Discuss objectives of SRS.
Q15). Discuss SRS and its attributes.
Q16). Discuss SRS by explaining its structure.
Q17). Discuss concept of Software Development Life Cycle.
Q18). What are different software specification tools used for analysis and design. Q19). What is DFD. What are components of DFD, why it is important?
Q20). What is data dictionary. Explain components of data dictionary.

Q21). What is Mathematic Logic.
Q22). What are different decision support tools.
Q23). What do you mean by Report Writing. What are its characteristics,
Types of RW, Structure of RW, Importance of RW.
Q24). What is the procedure of Report Writing.
Q25). With the help of Specimen Report Give feature of Quality Report.
Q26). What are element of style in high quality report.
Q27). What are types of software tools.
Q28). What are different project management software tools.
Q29). Give advantages and disadvantages of software tools.
Q30). Difference between Proprietory or Open Source / License or Free Source.

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