2. UBMSFSI.2 – Introduction to Financial Accounts

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[50 lectures: 3 Credit]

 

The objectives of the course are:

 

  • To understand and apply the theoretical aspects of accounting methods used for collecting, recording and reporting financial information.

 

  • To analyze and interpret the financial environment in which accounting information is used in managing a business;

 

  • To apply accounting and financial management decision-making techniques to practical situations that are likely to be encountered by a manager.

 

UNIT TITLE NO. OF
    LECTURES
     
Unit 1 Meaning and Scope of Accounting: Need and 10
  development, definition: Book-Keeping and accounting,  
  Persons interested in accounting, Branches of accounting,  
  Objectives of accounting.  
  Accounting principles: Introductions to Concepts and  
   

 

 

Introduction to Accounting Standards: (Meaning and Scope)

 

  • AS 1 : Disclosure to Accounting Policies

 

  • AS 6: Depreciation Accounting.

 

  • AS 9: Revenue Recognition.

 

  • AS 10: Accounting For Fixed Assets.

 

International Financial Reporting

 

Standards(IFRS):

 

  • Introduction to IFRS

 

 

  • IAS-2:Inventories (Introductory Knowledge)

 

  Accounting In Computerized Environment  
  (Introduction , Features and application in various areas of  
  Accounting)  
     
Unit 2
  •   Accounting transactions: Accounting cycle, Journal,
15
  Journal proper, Opening and closing entries,  
  Relationship between journal & ledger: Rules  
  regarding posting: Trial balance: Subsidiary books  
  (Purchase, Purchase Returns, Sales, Sales Returns &  
  cash book –Triple Column), Bank Reconciliation  
   
  .  
 
  •   Expenditure:
 
 
  • Classification of Expenditure- Capital, revenue and
 
  Deferred Revenue expenditure  
 
  • Distinction between capital expenditure and revenue
 
  expenses  
 
  • Unusual expenses: Effects of error: Criteria test.
 
 
  •   Receipts: Capital receipt, Revenue receipt, distinction
 
  between capital receipts and revenue receipts.  
 
  •   Profit or Loss: Revenue profit or loss, capital profit or
 
  Loss  
   
Unit 3 Depreciation accounting: Practical problem based on 10
  depreciation using SLM and RBM methods.(Where Provision  
  for depreciation Account not maintained).  
  Preparation of Trial Balance :  
  Introduction and Preparation of Trial Balance  
     

 

 

Unit 4 Final Accounts of a Sole Proprietor 15

 

  • Introduction toFinal Accounts of a Sole proprietor.
  • Rectification of errors.
  • Manufacturing Account, Trading Account, Profit and Loss Account and Balance Sheet.
  • Preparation and presentation of Final Accounts in horizontal format
  • Introduction to Schedule 6of Companies Act ,1956

 

 

 

 

 

 

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