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Inter urban commuter Bajaj feasibility study Mr. Chala had been overseas for 7 years. When he returned to his home town to live with his family, he decided it was time to go into business for him. His friends and relatives went into great detail about the problem they faced daily in their community, but when Chala looked around himself he saw opportunities everywhere. While away from his country he had studied small business management and felt confident he could be a successful entrepreneur in his own backyard. Using the opportunity study techniques he had learned, he looked around for the most promising opportunities and finally decided on an inter-urban commuter Bajaj business. He figured that the route between Yetebaberut and Tiwan could bear at least one more entrepreneur. The concept was pretty straightforward. His service would be targeted at the commuter, the person without a lot of baggage whose interest was speed, frequency and available space. He intended to keep his Bajaj constantly in motion-departing as soon as they are full. After doing this initial assessment, he had tentatively decided to go ahead with his concept. But he was a long way from putting his or other people’s money on the table. His first task was to evaluate whether the risk involved was worth all the work. There was a great deal of information to research. Instructions Conduct a feasibility study and give advice for Mr. Chala whether to go ahead with this business or reject it Add any other element or information you consider to be of a key importance to the preparation of a business plan. Organize your research team to go and gather information. Gather the information and prepare it in such a way as to present it to the class. The information gathered and your presentation will be judged according to the following criteria; Punctuality in submitting the report Quality and relevance of the information How is the information complete/scope Precision and exactitude of the information Usefulness of the information Presentation of the information Critical information for inter-urban commuter Bajaj business Pick time in each day of the week in which number of customers become high Expected number of people travel between the two stations daily Percentage of travelers without baggage Cost of used Bajaj Cost of new Bajaj Average repair and maintenance cost per year Expense of trade license Estimated expenses for tax; federal, regional (state), Bajaj association Driver salary Average fuel cost single travel between the two stations Average estimated cost needed for spare parts, mirrors and etc. Presence of access of loan for small transport business from banks, Micro finances From where the finance /money can be acquired and in what form?
4.1 Briefly describe the five purposes of assessment and give an example of each while indicating how the particular purpose is served in your example. (5 x 2 = 10) 4.2 What are the four types of assessment? List them, give the purpose of each, and one example of an assessment activity that is applicable in each case.(4 x 3 = 12) 4.3 CAPS recommends good practice in assessing learners across all grades. Certain principles of assessment should be adhered to when planning an assessment activity to ensure that it meets the criteria. Identify the five principles of assessment and justify their underlying purpose.(5 x 2 = 10) 4.4 Differentiate between the following assessment terminologies according to CAPS. 4.4.1Assessment for learning and assessment of learning. (4 x 1 = 4) 4.4.2Assessment in learning and assessment as learning. (4×1=4)