The factors to be considered for production scheduling are

A. Component design

B. Route sheet

C. Time standards

D. All of these

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  2. Which of the following are the guidelines for the construction of a network diagram?
  3. What does symbol 'V' employ in work study
  4. Work sampling observations are taken on the basis of
  5. The production scheduling is simpler and high volume of output and high labour efficiency are achieved…
  6. In which of the following layouts, the lines need to the balanced
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  9. Work sampling is applied for
  10. Standard time as compared to normal time is
  11. Breakeven point is the point where
  12. The mathematical technique for finding the best use of limited resources in an optimum manner is known…
  13. Which one of the following chart gives simultaneously information about the progress of work and machine…
  14. CPM has following time estimate
  15. Which of the following plans motivates supervisors by paying a premium on time saved by workers?
  16. The artificial activity, which indicates that an activity following it cannot be started unless, the…
  17. A-B-C analysis
  18. Performance rating is equal to
  19. Probabilistic time for completion of any activity can be found out from
  20. Positive slack on a PERT indicates that project is
  21. In fixed position layout
  22. Which one of the following techniques is used for determining allowances in time study?
  23. The time of completing a project in network analysis is given by following time of the critical activity…
  24. Time study is carried out
  25. The value engineering technique in which experts of the same rank assemble for product development is…
  26. The product layout
  27. Routing
  28. The most suitable incentive plan for the maintenance section of an industry will be
  29. The linear programming techniques can be applied successfully to industries like
  30. F. W. Taylor introduced a system of organisation known as