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MGT401  Today’s Paper on 20th July 2013

Total Questions     = 64                Total Marks = 88   Total 1 Mark MCQ = 56

Total 3 Marks Short Questions = 4     Total 5 Marks Long Questions = 4 

ksi ne paper share nai krna??

koi to share kro

total 60 questions
52 mcqs
3 number ky 3
5 number ky 5
mcqs mostly from past papers some were new!!!!!
surplus on value of fixed asset acoording to section 235 how will be treated 3
aik journal entry bnani thi , two firms thi, aik cotton ky badly fiber purchase krti hai doosri sy or cash payment bi krti hai thori !!!! 3
components of cash flow statement!!!!
lessee ki books mein entries krni thi a) financial lease ki entries B) operating lease ki entries 5
eps ka mathematical question 5
a oil company 20 million ka project kry gi 10 saal mein , or 2 million her saal provision krti hai , is ki accounting treatment ???
cash flow from operting ka mathematical question tha aik!!!!!

 + яנ мαяуαм ς੭ thanks for sharing ur paper 

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Total Questions: 60
Total Marks: 78
Total MCQs: 54 (Each of 1 Mark)
Total Short Questions: 3 (Each of 3 Mark)
Total Long Questions: 3 (Each of 5 Mark)

Question: 55
An asset, whose book value is Rs 89000 as discovered by fire after the balance sheetdate, Required:
• identify the types of event
• what will be the accounting treatment

Question: 56
What types of provision created to reduce the asset?

Question: 57
List down the items that should be included in Cash flow from financing activities?

Question: 58
Describe the basic terms for meaning the elements of Financial Statement with respect to the IASB’s framework.
• Historical cost
• Current cost
• Realizable cost

Question: 59
if account receivable at beginning Rs 250,000
Account receivable at end 190,000
Credit sale 30,000
Then calculate cash receipts from sale with the help of account receivable ledger account.

Question: 60
What do you know about the administrative cost? Give 3 examples

Q. 56: 

provision is a liability of uncertain timing or amount. For a provision following
points must be kept in mind:
Present obligation
Arising from the past event
Probable outflow of resources in future
Amount can be estimated reliably.
Provision is created for two motives:
One to reduce Assets
Second to create a liability against losses
Provision that is created for reduction in assets is of two types:
1. Provision against receivables (also known as contra to receivables ­
Provision for doubtful debts)
2. Provision against the expiry of economic benefits of fixed assets
(Provision for depreciation/amortization)

Q. No : 57

Cash Flow Statement:

1. Cash flow statement shows the movement in cash resources of the business.

2. This statement shows the sources from which business generated cash and its application.

Cash flow from investing activities includes cash receipts and payments that arise from Fixed and Long Term assets of the organization.

Examples of cash flows from investing activities are:

• Cash payments to acquire property plant and equipment. These also include payments made for self- constructed assets.

• Cash receipts from sale of property plant and equipment.

• Cash payments and receipts from acquisition and disposal other long term assets e.g. Shares, debentures, TFC, long term loans given etc.

• If assets are held for trading purposes or in normal course of business e.g. car / property dealers and loans given by banks, then cash flows from them are included in Operating Cash Flow.

Q. No: 58

Historical cost

Consideration paid (payable) or received (receivable) at the time of recording of transaction (no relation to current costs).

Current cost

The consideration that would have to be paid if a same or an equivalent asset is acquired. The undisclosed amount of cash or cash equivalents, that would be required to settle an obligation currently.

Realizable cost

The consideration that would be realized by selling an asset in an orderly disposal


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