Welcome to our CA Inter EIS-SM Quiz page! Our quiz covers questions from the ICAI EIS/SM MCQ booklet Question No. 1-10 to help you prepare for your upcoming exam. Test your knowledge and see how well you perform. Good luck!


1. An Enterprise Information System (EIS) provides a technology platform that enables organizations to integrate and coordinate their business processes on a robust foundation. Identify the statement that does not fall under the list of objectives of EIS.

2. Depending on the size, nature of work and complexity involved in the processes of an organization; business processes are often broken up into different categories – Primary, Secondary and Management Processes. Which one of the following falls under the purview of Primary Processes?

3. A manufacturing company is facing an issue of not being able to provide timely supply of its products to the customers. Mr. Anil, an IS Auditor of this company identified that the delay is due to the manual processing of certain processes involved in the company. He suggested that the company should adopt _______ to overcome the problem.

4. Mr. X has setup his new business of manufacturing color pens. He is well known about various kinds of risks involved in his business; however, he unintentionally violated some industry regulations while setting up his business. Which category of the risk does this refer to?

5. Gigs and Gigs, the food court in a shopping mall wants to automate its manual cash counter into an automated card system. Same card can be used at various food outlets in the food court. This automation optimizes the information flow in service and billing. Identify from the following objectives of Business Process Automation that Gigs and Gigs is achieving by using this method.

6. Mr. Z is pursuing the course of MCA and is undergoing the practical training in an e-Commerce company. He has been given a task to prepare a flowchart describing the flow of transactions through various modes of payment used by customers to pay the bill to company. Identify the terminology that is irrelevant to the process of making of flowcharts.

7. Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) framework consists of interrelated components that are used to identify events that are relevant to organization’s objective. Identify which of the following is not a component of ERM Framework.

8. The objective of Internal Control is to enable an organization to manage its challenges or disruptions seamlessly. Identify which of the following is not an objective of Internal Control.

9. Which one of the following deals with Section 143 of the Companies Act, 2013?

10. ABC Corporative bank strictly follows the policy of Sensitive Personal Information. Choose the attribute that is not defined as Sensitive Personal Information.


1. Sanjivni Pharmaceuticals Limited manufacturers a cough syrup Zenus. It has modified Zenus syrup, claiming that the Zenus cough syrup is sugar-free, and the consumer will not feel drowsiness after consuming this cough syrup. Consumers found this product as unique. The sales of Zenus cough syrup have increased as expected. The price of this sugarfree syrup is higher by 20% than the earlier syrup. Identify the strategy adopted by Sanjivni Pharmaceuticals Limited.

2. Everyouth Beauty Products Limited, the makers of Feel-Fresh soaps have been suffering from low sales volume from the last six months due to stiff competition. To regain its position, Everyouth Beauty Products Limited launched various schemes such as ‘win a phone every hour’, scratch cards, buy 1 get 1 free and contest on social media. This resulted into increase in sales. Which type of promotional activity did Everyouth Beauty Products Limited adopted?

3. ABC Ltd. has identified that all three of its main products are at the maturity phase of the product life cycle. Which of the following is ABC Ltd. likely to be experiencing due to this?

4. Drishti Care is a not-for profit eye hospital and research centre. Which one of the following statements is likely to relate to Drishti Care’s vision, rather than its mission statement?

5. ABC is a marketing consultancy business. ABC’s most recent corporate analysis has identified that three new businesses have recently entered its market and started aggressively targeting ABC’s key client. As part of ABC’s corporate analysis, these three new businesses would be a

6. Trekking Poles is a small company based in the Himalayan ranges in India. It is known in the region for its hill walking sticks. Trekking Poles sell specialist walking equipment in their small shop at the foot of the mountains. They do not have a website yet have been able to sell their products at premium prices. Which of the following one of Porter’s generic strategies best fits Trekking Poles?

7. A Ltd. has recently decided to install a new IT system to improve the efficiency of its payroll function. A ltd. believes this will reduce the cost of running the payroll system by 20%. Which one of the following levels of strategy is the above IT system most closely linked to?

8. An organisation during its strategy planning envisaged entire situation and created a strategy framework. But in mean time after implementation, it realised that its framework is not effective in certain unique unplanned situations. What could be the reason for such ineffectiveness?

9. A beverage company has more than 500 soft drink brands, but none of them is anywhere close to its premium brand One Sip in awareness, revenue and profits. As per BCG's Matrix, One Sip brand for the beverage company is?

10. Davis and Lawrence have proposed three distinct phases for development of matrix structure. These phases are (1) Cross-functional task forces (2) Product/brand management and (3) ______.