Shuchita Solved Scanner CMA Inter Group-II (2016 Syllabus) Paper-12 Company Accounts and Audit By Arun Kumar and CS Himanshu Srivastava Applicable for June 2023 Exam

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Glossary Table Showing Sections of Companies Act, 2013.
Chapter-wise Classification.
Question with Complete Solutions.

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Shuchita Solved Scanner CMA Inter Syllabus Company Accounts Audit

Shuchita Solved Scanner CMA Inter Syllabus Company Accounts Audit

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Glossary Table Showing Sections of Companies Act, 2013.
Chapter-wise Classification.
Question with Complete Solutions.
Trend Analysis with Lot of Analysis, Graphs and Ratings.
Examination Trend Analysis – 5 attempts.
Repeatedly asked and compulsory questions listed.
Study Material Based Classifications.
Chapter at a Glance

Contents

Syllabus
Examination Trend Analysis
Line Chart showing relative importance of chapters
Frequency Table Showing Distribution of Marks
Frequency Table Showing Marks of Compulsory Questions
Legends for the Graphs
Section A : Accounts of Joint Stock Companies
1. Accounts of Shares and Debentures
2. Presentation of Financial Statements
3. Cash Flow Statement
4A. Accounts of Banking Company
4B. Accounts of Electricity Company
4C. Accounts of Insurance Company
5. Accounting Standards
5A. Object Questions
Section B : Auditing
6. Auditing Concepts
7. Types of Audit
8. Audit Engagement, Programme, Working Papers
9. Internal Check, Internal Control and Internal Audit
10. Vouching and Verification
11. Company Auditor
12. Cost audit and Secretarial Audit
13. Audit Report
14. Miscellaneous Audit
15. Objective Questions

About the Author:-

Arun Kumar:-

Designation:Retired Professor

Qualifications

Ph.D. (Economics), JNU.
M.Sc. (Physics) Delhi University and Princeton University, USA

Areas of Interest/Specialization

Public Finance, Growth Economics, Macroeconomics and Development Economics

Experience

Worked at NIPFP from 1982 to 1984
Teaching at JNU since August 1984.

Awards & Honours

Gold Medal in Delhi H.Sc. Board 1967
Gold Medal Delhi University B.Sc. (Physics) 1970.
Science Talent Scholar 1967-1972.
UGC Fellowship 1977-1982

International Collaboration/Consultancy

Visited Pavia University, Italy in May 2001
Leipzig University in May 2010
UNAM, Mexico 2012.

Best Peer Reviewed Publications (upto 5)

1. India?s Black Economy: The Macroeconomic Implications. South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies. Vol. 28, No.2. August 2005. Pp. 249-263.

2. Black Economy, Under Estimation of Employment and the Union Budget. Economic & Political Weekly. July 29, 2006. Vol. XLI No 30. Pp. 3315- 20.

3. Global Financial Crisis and Government Intervention: Surplus Generation, Gearing Ratio, Asymmetry of Financial Multiplier and Other Considerations. Accountancy, Business and the Public Interest. Vol. 8, No. 1. February 3, 2009. http://visar.csustan.edu/aaba/aabajourVol8-No1.html.

4. Black Economy in India and Trans-National Organized Crime: Undermining Democracy. In Schoenberg, R. and A. V. Schoenfeld (Ed.). 2013. Transnational Organized Crime and the Future of a Democratic World. Berlin: Heinrich Boell Foundation.

5. Illegal Flows in India?s BOP Accounts: Its Components and Impact on the Economy. In Dasgupta, B. (Ed.) 2013. Dimensions of Global Political Economy ? Non-Mainstream Perspectives. Volume in Honour of Prof. Sunanda Sen. Routledge.

Recent Peer Reviewed Journals/Books (upto 3)

1. The Black Economy in India. New Delhi: Penguin, India. August 1999.

2. The Black Economy in India. New Delhi: Penguin, India. August 2002. Revised Edition.

3. Indian Economy since Independence: Persisting Colonial Disruption. N Delhi.

They have diligence and immense ability to learn, relearn and unlearn. Inspite being India?s best faculty and accepted in whole country they are still far away from arrogance. They have been playing multiple roles since the time they are teachers. They are teachers, motivators, friends, counselors and inspiration for many aspirants. They give students a classroom where they can share their doubts and can receive maximum learning. They make students to imbibe all the knowledge given in the class so that they can retain it in the future as well.

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