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FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

  • Introduction to Accounting
  1. Introduction to Accounting
  2.  Accounting Concepts
  3. Important Terms Used in Accountancy
  4.  Branches of Accounting
  5.  Financial Accounting
  • Basic Records Maintained by a Business Concern
  • Revenue Recognition and Measurement
  • Preparation of Final Accounts
  1. Preparation of Final Accounts
  2. Recording of Business Transaction – Basic of Accounting
  3. Single Entry System of Book Keeping
  4. Double Entry System of Book Keeping
  5. Classification of Accounts
  6. Rules of Double Entry (or) Accounting Rules
  7. Accounting Cycle
  8. Journal
  9. Ledger
  10. Trial Balance
  11. Income
  12. Expenses
  13. Assets
  14. Liabilities
  15. Final Accounts
  16. Trading Account
  17. Profit and Loss Account
  18. Balance Sheet
  19. Adjustments in Financial Accounting
  • Fund Flow Statement
  1. Introduction
  2. Limitations of Fund Flow Statement
  3. Steps in Preparation of Fund Flow Statement
  4. Problems and Solutions - Fund Flow Statement
  • Cash Flow Statement
  1. Introduction
  2. Limitations of Cash Flow Analysis
  3. Difference Between Cash Flow Analysis and Flow Fund Analysis
  4. Steps in Preparation of Cash Flow Statement
  5. Problems and Solutions - Cash Flow Statement
  • Ratio Analysis
  1. Meaning
  2. Advantages of Ratio Analysis
  3. Limitations of Ratio Analysis
  4. Classification of Ratio
  5. Liquidity (Short-term Solvency} Ratios
  6. Long-term Solvency Ratios
  7. Profitability Ratios
  8. Activity or Turnover Ratios
  9. Leverage or Capital Structure Ratios
  10. Test Questions
  11. Problems and Solutions
  • Fixed Assets and Depredation

1. Fixed Assets
2. Meaning  of Depreciation
3. Causes Of Depreciation
4.Objectives OR Need for Providing Depreciation
5. Basic Factor for Calculating Depreciation
6. Methods for Providing  Depreciation
7. Test Questions 

  • COST ACCOUNTING

1.Introduction
2.Concept of Cost Accounting
3. Objectives of cost Accounting
4.Advantages of cost Accounting
5. Limitations of cost Accounting
6. General Principles of cost Accounting
7. Elements of Cost
8.Cost Sheet
9.Important Purposes of Cost Sheet

  • JOB COSTING
  1. Introduction
  2. Advantages of Job Order Costing
  3. Limitations of Job Order Costing
  4. Batch Costing
  5. Test Questions
  • Process Costing
  1. Introduction
  2. Application of Process Costing
  3. Elements of Production Cost
  4. Differences Between Process Costing and Job Costing
  5. Test Questions
  • Activity Based Costing
  1. Introduction
  2. Concept of Activity Based Costing
  3. Classification of Activities
  4. Test Questions
  • Inventory Pricing and Valuation
  1. Introduction
  2. Techniques of Inventory Control
  3. Methods of Valuation of Inventories
  4. Test Questions
  • Standard Costing
  1. Introduction
  2. Standard Cost Vs Budgetary Control
  3. Determination of Standards Costing
  4. Variance Analysis
  5. Test Questions
  • MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING
  1. Introduction
  2. Objectives of Management Accounting
  3. Limitations of Management Accounting
  4. Differences between financial accounting and management accounting
  5. Differences between financial accounting and cost accounting
  6. Differences between cost accounting and management accounting 
  7. Test Questions
  • Marginal Costing
  1. Marginal Costing
  2. Absorption Costing
  3. Cost Volume Profit Analysis
  4. Test Questions
  • Relevant Cost for Decision Making
  1. Relevant Cost for Decision Making
  2. Test Questions
  • Budget and Budgetary Control
  1. Budget and Budgetary Control
  2. Objectives of Budgeting
  3. Classification of Budget
  4. Test Questions
  • Inflation Accounting
  1.  Limitations  of  historical Accounting
  2.  Approaches to the price level Accounting
  3.  Disadvantages of inflation Accounting
  4.  test question inflation accounting
  5.  Problems and solution Inflation Accounting
  • Human Resources Accounting
  1. Origin of  human resources Accounting
  2. Importance of HRA
  3. Meaning of Human Resource Accounting
  4. Objectives of Human Resource Accounting
  5. Methods of valuation of Human Resource
  6. Human Resource Accounting in India
  • Responsibility Accounting
  • Dividend
  • Cost of Capital
  • Capital Structure
  • Working Capital
  • Capital Budgeting
  1. Concept of capital expenditure
  2. Procedure for Calculation
  3. Capital rationing
  4. Test Question of Capital Budgeting

CHAPTER-1  Introduction to Operations Research

  1. Learning Objectives
  2. Chapter Outline

                          I)     DIET-MIX MODELS.

                        II)    TRANSPORTATION MODELS

                        III)    CAPITAL BUDGETING MODELS

                        IV)    Blending Models

                        V)     Tipson Formulating Linear Programming Models

                        VI)  Graphical Solutions

k)   Review and Discussion Questions

CHAPTER-2  Linear Programming -

CHAPTER OUTLINE

  1. Introduction
  2. Formulation of LPP
  3. Assumptions for solving LPP
  4. Potential applications of LPP
  5. Formulation Of Lp Problem 
  6. Graphical method of solving LPP
  7. Corner Point Solution
  8. Alternative Optimal Solutions
  9. Computer Solution Method

CHAPTER-3  Learning Objectives

  1. INTRODUCTION
  2. VARIOUS STEPS IN SOLVING OR PROBLEM USING SIMPLEX METHOD
  3. Minimization problems
  4. MINIMISATION PROBLEMS (ALL CONSTRAINTS OF THE TYPE ≥ ) BIG ‘M’ METHOD
  5. MINIMISING CASE – CONSTRAINTS OF MIXED TYPE ( ≥ AND ≤ ) 
  6. LIMITATIONS OF LPP SIMPLEX METHOD
  7. Sensitivity Analysis

CHAPTER-4  Linear Programming -III.

  1. DUALITY
  2. DUALITY IN LPP
  3. DUAL PROBLEMS WHEN PRIMAL IS IN THE STANDARD FORM
  4. INTERPRETING PRIMAL-DUAL OPTIMAL SOLUTIONS
  5. DUAL SIMPLEX METHOD
  6. REVISED SIMPLEX METHOD

CHAPTER-6  Assignment Model

  1. Learning Objectives
  2. Chapter Outline

PROBLEMS 

Sequencing problem as assignment problem