BCCA Bachelor of Commerce and Computer Applications Fifth Semester

University Syllabus Course and Classes For BCCA Fifth Semester New Pattern 2016 -17 onwards

Atlanta Computer Institute Nagpur conducts Tuition Classes for BCCA First Semester Second Semester Third Semester Fourth Sem Fifth Sem Sixth Semester for all universities in India . The Following syllabus is of Nagpur University. Final Year Projects Training is also given to BCCA Students. Practicals are also taken.

BCCA Part – 3  Semester - 5

Paper - I:   Computerized Accounting using Tally  ( 5T1)


Introduction to Tally.ERP 9- Features of Tally, Enhancement in Tally.ERP 9, Installation Procedure of Tally.ERP 9, Opening Tally.ERP 9, Components of the Tally.ERP 9 Window, Creating a Company., Stock and Godown in Tally- Stock Groups, Stock Categories, Stock Items, Units of Measure, Godowns.


Groups, Ledgers, Vouchers and Orders- Introducing Groups, Introducing Ledgers, Introducing Vouchers, Introducing Purchase Orders, Introducing a Sales Order, Introducing Invoices. Reports in Tally.ERP 9- Working with Balance Sheet, Working with Profit & Loss A/c Report, Working with Stock Summary Report, Understanding Ratio Analysis, Working with Trial Balance Report, Working with Day Book Report.


Exploring Payroll in Tally.ERP 9- Working with Payroll Vouchers, Defining Payroll Reports, Working with Statements of Payroll Report, Describing Salary Disbursement.Taxation-Indian Tax Structure, Tax Deducted at Source in Tally.ERP 9, Create a Tax Ledger, TDS Vouchers, Printing a TDS Challan, Tax Collected at Source in Tally.ERP 9, TCS Reports in Tally.ERP 9, Calculating VAT in Tally.ERP 9, VAT Classification, VAT Vouchers, VAT Reports in Tally.ERP 9, Service Tax. 


Important Features of Tally.ERP 9- Taking Backup in Tally.ERP 9, Restoring Data in Tally. ERP 9, Using E-mail in Tally.ERP 9, Migrating Data from Tally 7.2 to Tally.ERP 9, Tally.NET in Tally.ERP 9- Configuring the Tally.NET Feature, Assigning Security Levels, Creating Security Controls, Connecting a Company to the Tally.NET Server, Logging as a Remote User.

Text Book:

                1. DT Editorial Services, Tally.ERP 9 in Simple Steps, Dreamtech Press.

 Reference Books:

                1. Computerized Accounting using Tally ERP 9, Sahaj Enterprise, Tally Education Private Ltd (TEPL).

                2. Vikas Gupta, Business Accounting with MS Excel and Tally.ERP 9 Course Kit, Dreamtech Press.

                3. Vishnu Priya Singh, Tally 9.

                4. K. K. Nadhani, Accounting with Tally, BPB Publication.

                5. K. K. Nadhani and A.K. Nadhani, Tally Tutorial, BPB Publication.

Practical List of Computerised Accounting using Tally



                1. Create a company in Tally.Erp 9 with the following details: 


Name of company

Universal Company Ltd.


1804, world Tower, AB road, Baner, Pune _411080





Contact number


Mobile number




Books beginning from


Financial year Beginning from



                2. Create a company in Tally.Erp 9 with the following details: 


Name of company

Sambhav trading  Company 


a/512, palm court, girgaam chaupaty, charni road, Mumbai-400007





Contact number


Mobile number




Books beginning from


Financial year Beginning from



                3. Create the following ledgers in the books of universal company ltd.


Name of ledger

Under (group)

Bill wise details set to

Opening balance

Share capital

Capital account



Purchase account

Purchase account



Sales accounts

Sales accounts



Ultra tech cement ltd

Sundry creditors




Fixed assets




Fixed assets



Office furniture

Fixed assets



Cash in hand

Cash accounts



Civic centre association

Sundry debtors



Bank of india

Bank accounts



Petty cash

Cash in hand




                4. Create the following ledgers in the books of universal company ltd.


Name of ledger

Under (group)

Bill wise details set to 

Opening balance

Proprietors capital

Capital account



Purchase account

Purchase account



Sales accounts

Sales  accounts



Hindustan unilever  ltd

Sundry creditors



Land and Building

Fixed assets



Computers and peripheral

Fixed assets



Office furniture

Fixed assets



Cash in hand

Cash accounts



Tahuraa Traders Pvt. ltd

Sundry debtors



Bank of Baroda

Bank accounts





                5. Record the following vouchers in the books of Universal company ltd.

                a. 04-04-2014 withdrawn Rs. 20000 from bank of india and transferred to petty cash book.

                b. 08-04-2014 paid 2000 from petty cash for buying stationery for office.

                c. 15-04-2014 made purchase from ultra tech cement ltd. Worth Rs. 45000

                d. 19-04-2014 issued  cheque to ultra tech cement ltd for Rs. 45000

                e. 21-04-2014 sold goods worth of Rs. 75000 to civic centre association

                f. 25-04-2014 received a cheque from civic center association for Rs. 75000. The same was deposited in the bank on the same date.

                g. 30-04-2014 paid staff salary of Rs. 9800 from petty cash



                6. Record the following vouchers in the books of Sambhav Trading Co. Pvt. ltd.

                a. 02-04-2014 withdrawn RS. 10000 From bank of broadband transferred to petty cash book.

                b. 05-04-2014 paid 1000 from petty cash for office expenses.

                c. 11-04-2014 made purchase from Hindustan unilever ltd. Worth Rs. 33000

                d. 13-04-2014 Issued cheque to Hindustan Unilever Ltd. For Rs. 20000

                e. 14-04-2014 Made purchase from Hindustan Unilever Ltd. Worth Rs. 26000

                f. 18-04-2014 Issued cheque of Rs. 38000 to Hindustan Unilever Ltd.

                g. 21-04-2014 sold goods worth of Rs. 90000 to Tahuraa Traders Pvt Ltd.

                h. 22-04-2014 received a cheque from Tahuraa Traders Pvt Ltd. For Rs. 75000 . The same was deposited in the bank on the same date.

                i. 23-04-2014 sold goods worth of rs. 85000 to Tahuraa Traders Pvt Ltd.

                j. 25-04-2014 received cheque from Tahuraa Traders Pvt Ltd. From Rs.75000. The same was deposited in the bank on the same date.

                k. 30-04-2014 Paid staff salary of Rs. 7200 from petty cash.



                7. Journalize the following transaction in the books of Sanjay Poddar for the month of March 2012.


March 2012                              Particular             Amt  

         1   Sanjay commenced business with cash    40000

         2   Bought goods for cash      25000

         5   Deposit in Bank       50000

         7   Bought goods in credit from Anand               15000

        10  Sold goods to Prakash                 7000

        12  Purchase Machinery Payment made by Cheque   10000



                8. Journalize the following transaction in the books of Prashant for April 2011 prepare Balance sheet.



April 2011                            Particular                             Amt

     1  Start business with capital borrowed from his friend Satish           1,10,000

     3  Bought Machinery                                                              40,000

     5  Sold goods for cash to Satish                                                             25000

     7  Purchase goods from Somesh         30000

     9  Bought goods for cash from Nitin                  26000

    11  Cash sales            10000

    15  sold goods to Manish                                8000



                9.  Journalize the following transaction in the books of Rahul Thakur for the month of March 2012 and prepare profit and loss account.



March 2012                        Particulars                   Amt 

     1  Start Business with Furniture      15000

   And machinery       40000 

     2  Borrowed from central Bank      45000

     5  Bought goods        30000

     8  Sold goods to Manoj on credit                12000

    10  Paid Electricity Bill         1500

    13  Bought Stationary from Vikas        8500


                10.  Journalize the following transaction in the books of Rupesh for the year ended March 2012 and prepare Profit and loss account.



March  2012 Particulars                                                     Amt


     1  Rupesh commenced business with cash               80000

     2  Bought goods on credit from Ramesh                                    15000

     6  Paid into Bank          8000 

     8  Bough from Sanket on credit      15000

    10  Bought goods for cash      12000

    12  Received goods from Sukesh        7500

    15  Goods sold on credit to Chanda       9000


                11. Create cost centers Project A and Project B  under primary cost category and record the following transaction in the books of sambhav trading company

                a. On 07-09-2014, purchased Cement worth Rs. 1, 50,000/- from Ultratech cement Ltd. That will be shared equally between Project A and Project B. A credit period of 30 days was provided.

                b. Record transaction on 09-09-2014 for the purchase of Steel worth Rs. 4,50,000/- from Embee Enterprises. Allocate Rs. 50,000/- to Project A and the the rest to Project B. a credit period of 45 days was allowed.



                12. Create cost centers Mumbai and Pune under primary cost category and record the following transaction in the books of Universal co. Limited

                a. On 05-10-2014, purchases done worth Rs. 2, 50,000/- from Hindustan Unilever Ltd. That will be shared equally between Mumbai and Pune. 


                b. Record transaction on 09-10-2014 for the purchase worth Rs. 6,00,000 /- from Hindustan Unilever Ltd. Allocate Rs. 2,50,000/- to Mumbai and the rest to Pune. A credit period of 45 days was allowed.

                c. On 18-10-2014 record a transaction for the sale on Super technologies for Rs. 15,75,000/- of which 1200000 would be allocated to Mumbai branch and the rest to Pune.

                d. On 22-10-2014 one more sales entry was made for Rs. 16,00,000/- to Super technologies of which Rs. 10,00,000/- was allocated to pune branch and the rest to Mumbai.

                 13. Record the following transaction in the books of Universal Co. Ltd.

                a. On May 11/2014 they received a bill no. May /005/2014 for a sum of Rs. 125000/- from M/s. Rajesh shah and Co., architects for consultancy towards designing their office and training centre.

                b. Universal company Ltd. Made the payment after deducting the TDS amount.

                c. On 27th May 2014, company received bill no May/015/2014 for a sum of Rs. 75000 from M/s Rajesh shah and co., architects for consultancy.

                d. On 28thMay, company made the payment after deducting TDS.


                14. Record the following transaction in the books of Raj enterprises.

                1. Goods purchase from ―Kirti sales‖ on credit Bill no. 115 Rs. 62000 

                a. Color tv (lg) 4% 3qty Rs. 30000

                b. Washing machine (Samsung) 4%  4 qty Rs. 32000

                2. Cash received from sangamenter prizes  Rs. 15000

                3. Goods purchase in cash bill no. 69 Rs. 35000

                a. B/W tv (Sony) 4% 4 qty Rs. 20000

                b. Audio (onida) 4% 5 qty Rs. 15000

                4. Goods sale on cash rs, 19000

                a. Color tv (Lg) 4% 1 qty Rs. 15500

                b. Audio  (Onida) 4% 1 qty Rs. 3500

                5. Goods purchase in cash from vikram enterprises bill no. 45 Rs. 40000

                a. Color tv (lg) 4% 2 qty Rs. 20000

                b. Refrigerator (Videocon) 4% 2qty Rs. 20000 

                6. Cheque no. received from ravi agency Rs. 10000 and deposited in state bank .

                7. Credit sale to vijay enterprises  bill no. 93 Rs.17200

                a. Washing machine (Samsung) 4% 1qty Rs. 8000

                b. B/W tv (Sony) 4%  1 Qty Rs. 5700

                c. Audio  (Onida) 4% 1 qty Rs. 3500

                8. Cash paid to ravi kulkarnirs. 1500

                9. Cheque no. 159 paid to central engineering co. Rs 15000

                10. Refrigerator purchase on cash Rs. 30000 fom k k agency 3 qty (Videocon)  4%

                11. Office rent paid in cash Rs. 1700

                12. Received cheque from vijay enterprises Rs. 10000 & deposited in canara bank.

                13. Bill received from lokmat Rs. 1500 bill no.5

                14. Amount received from vaishali agency in cash rs. 5000 & cheque no. 336791 Rs. 10000 only. Cheque deposited in state bank.

                15. Cash sale to Telco ltd. Rs. 29900


                a. Color tv (Lg) 4%  1 qty  Rs. 10000

                b. Washing machine (Samsung) 4%  1 qty Rs. 9100

                c. Refrigerator (Videocon) 4% 1qty Rs. 10800

                16. Cheque deposited in canara bank Rs.5000

                17. Cash withdrawn  from  bank Rs. 34000 


                15. Record the following transaction in the books of Maharashtra Traders.

                1. Opening stock for Wadi Godown

                a. Akai color TV 4% 10 qty Rs.10500 each.

                b. Refrigerator (Videocon) 7qty 12000 each.

                c. Washing machine (Samsung) 5 qty 8000 each

                d. Audio (Philips) 4%  2Qty 2000

                e. Onida color tv 4%  5 qty 12000     each

                f. B/W tv (akai) 4%   5 qty 18000 

                 2. Opening stock for nandanwangodown

                a. Akai color tv 2 qty 10500 each

                b. refrigerator (Videocon) 3qty  12000 each

                c. Audio (Philips) 3 qty 1000 each.

                3. Cash sale to Bhagwandas Co. Rs. 41500 in wadi godown.

                a. Color tv (akai)  4%  2 qty Rs.21000.

                b. Refrigerator (Vedeocon) 4%  1qty Rs. 11300

                c. Washing Machine (samsung) 4% 1 qty Rs. 9200.

                4. Goods purchase in cash from national Trading co. & store Nandanwan godown.

                a.  Audio (Philips) 2qty  4%  Rs.6000

                b. W/M (Samsung) 1qty 4%  Rs. 10000

                5. Credit sales to Ravina traders Rs. 51800 wadi godown.

                a. Refrigerator (Videocon) 2qty 4% Rs. 22000.

                b. W/M (Samsung) 1qty  4%  Rs.8300

                c. Color tv (akai)   2qty 4% 21500

                6. Cheque received from vikas enterprises  Rs. 20000 & deposited  in state bank.

                7. Cash  withdrawn from state bank cheque no. 16 Rs. 15000/-

                8. Received loan from state bank Rs. 10,00,000/- invested in business, interest 10%.

                9. Cheque paid to kirti sales rs. 25000/-

                10. Goods purchase on credit from rama & sons Rs. 44000 store nandanwan.

                a. W/M  (Lg) 3 qty  4% Rs. 24000

                b. Refrigerator (Videocon) 1qty 4%  Rs. 10000.

                c. Color tv (onida) 1qty  45 Rs. 10000

                11. Akai color Tv purchase in cash Rs. 20000 2qty 4% Rao store in nandanwan.

                12. Paid salary Rs. 10000

                13. Paid bank loan  Rs. 8,00,000 

                14. Cash sale on wadi godown Rs      42000\

                a. Audio 2 qty 4% Rs.7000

                b. w/m (s.s.) 2qty 4% Rs. 17000

                c. b/w tv (akai) 3qty  4%  Rs. 18000

                15. Paid to rama & sons by cheque Rs. 18000 chq. No. 1152.

                16. Paid electric bill Rs. 10000

                17. Total cash sale after allowing discount Rs.  1000.


                18. Paid total balance loan  on state bank.

                19. Advertisement exp. Rs.10000

                20. Carriage exp.  Rs. 5000

                21. Purchase furniture for nandan wangodown Rs.28000 in cash.

                22. Withdrawn for personal use Rs, 10000.



                16. Record  the following transaction in the books of Rathore Traders.

                1. Goods purchase from sohan & sons Rs. 20000/-

                a. Gold 10gm  (12.5%)  Rs. 10000/-

                b. Silver 1kg (12.5%) Rs.10000/-

                2. Goods purchase from sagar computer Rs. 25000/-

                a. Monitor (Compaq) 1qty 5000/-   4%

                b. Cpu (Intel)               1qty  15000/- 4%

                c. Speaker (Logitec) 1qty 5000/- each

                3. Goods sold on cash Rs. 22000/-

                a. Gold (12.5%)  10gm 12000/-

                b. Silver(12.5%) 1kg 10000/-

                4. Withdrawn 400/- Rs. From canara bank.

                5. Cash given to sagar computers Rs. 24000/- in full settlement.

                6. Cheque given to mr.sohan& sons. Rs 20000.

                7. Salary given to mr.sahil Rs. 2000/-

                8. Withdrawn  Rs. 4000/-

                9. Paid insurance premium Rs. 200/-

                10. Purchase table without vat Rs.2000/-

Paper - II: VB.Net  ( 5T2 )


Welcome to Visual Basic.NET – Windows Versus DOS Programming, Installing Visual Basic.NET, The Visual Basic.NET IDE, Creating a Simple Application, Using the Help System. The Microsoft.NET Framework – Microsoft‘s Reliance on Windows, Writing Software for Windows, Common Language Runtime, The Common Type System and Common Language Specification. Writing Software – Information and Data, Variables, Comments and Whitespaces, Data Types, Sorting Variables, Methods. Controlling the Flow – Making Decisions, The if Statement, Select Case, Loops.


Working with Data Structure – Understanding Array, Understanding Enumerations, Understanding Constants, Structures, Working with Collection and Lists, Building Lookup Tables with Hashtable, Advanced Array Manipulation. Building Windows Application – Responding to Events, Building a Simple Application, Creating Complex Applications, Using Multiple Forms. Displaying Dialog Boxes – The MessageBox Dialog box, The Open Dialog Control, The Save Dialog Control, The FontDialog Control, The ColorDialog Control, The PrintDialog Control. UNIT- III

Creating Menu – Understanding Menu Features, Creating Menu, Context Menu. Debugging and Error Handling – Major Error Types, Debugging, Error Handling. Building Objects – Understanding Objects, Reusability, Our First Object, Constructor, Inheritance, The Framework Classes.


Accessing Database – What is Database, SQL Select Statement, Queries in Access, Data Access Components, Data Binding. Database Programming with SQL Server and ADO.NET –ADO.NET, The ADO.NET Classes in Action, Data Binding. Deploying Your Application – What is Deployment?, Creating a Visual Studio .NET Setup Application, Assemblies as Installers, The Core of Deployment, Deploying Different Solution,  Advance Deployment Option.  

Text Book

                1. Jonathan, Richard Blair, Beginning VB.MET 2003, WILEY, Thearon Willis.

 Reference Books

                1. Thearon Willis, Jonathan Crossland, Richard Blair, Beginning CB.Net 2003, Dreamtech Press, Wiley.

                2. Jeffry R. Shapiro, The Complete Reference, Visual Basic .NET, McGraw- Hill.

                3. Francesco Balena, Programming Microsoft Visual Basic.net, Microsoft Press.

                4. Jeffrey Kent, Visual basic.Net – A Beginner‘s Guide, McGraw- Hill.


Practical List of VB. Net


                1. Write an algorithm, draw a flowchart and develop a VB.NET console application t calculate the reverse of a number.

                  2. Write an algorithm, draw a flowchart and develop a VB.NET console application to implement the Cos series.

                 3. Write an algorithm, draw a flowchart and develop a VB.NET console application to find largest and second largest number from the array.

                 4. Write an algorithm, draw a flowchart and develop a VB.NET console application to create all possible sets from given set {1, 2, 3}.

                 5. Write an algorithm, draw a flowchart and develop a VB.NET console application to display the following pattern –  



* *

* * * *

* * * * * *

                6. Write an algorithm, draw a flowchart and develop a VB.NET console application to check a number is palindrome or not.

                  7. Write an algorithm, draw a flowchart and develop a VB.NET console application to calculate the binary number from decimal number.

                 8. Write an algorithm, draw a flowchart and develop a VB.NET console application to check a given number is prime or unprimed.

                 9. Write an algorithm, draw a flowchart and develop a VB.NET console application to calculate the reverse of a string and check the string is palindrome or not.

                 10. Write an algorithm, draw a flowchart and develop a VB.NET console application to Search an element from characters and as well as from numbers using linear search method.


                 11. Write an algorithm, draw a flowchart and develop a VB.NET console application to sort a given string in the order of alphabets, digits & symbol.

                 12. Write an algorithm, draw a flowchart and develop a VB.NET console application to input array element, sorting them using bubble sort method.

                  13. Write an algorithm, draw a flowchart and develop a VB.NET console application to create jagged array.

                 14. Write an algorithm, draw a flowchart and develop a VB.NET console application to demonstrate exception handling.

                 15. Write an algorithm, draw a flowchart and develop a VB.NETwindows application to check the user id and password is valid or not.

                 16. Write an algorithm, draw a flowchart and develop a VB.NETwindows application to create a calculator.

                 17. Write an algorithm, draw a flowchart and develop a VB.NETwindows application to create notepad.

                 18. Write an algorithm, draw a flowchart and develop a VB.NET windows application to demonstrate MDI form.

                 19. Write an algorithm, draw a flowchart and develop a VB.NET windows application to create a start menu using status bar.

                  20. Write an algorithm, draw a flowchart and develop a VB.NET windows application to create a menu and perform any operation.

                 21. Write an algorithm, draw a flowchart and develop a VB.NET windows application to create MDI and arrange all forms as tiles and cascade form.

                 22. Write an algorithm, draw a flowchart and develop a VB.NET windows application to create popup menu.

                 23. Write an algorithm, draw a flowchart and develop a VB.NET windows application to create data bound control for retrieving the data from database.

                 24. Write an algorithm, draw a flowchart and develop a VB.NET windows application to create different dialog box and perform any operation.


Paper - III: Management Information Systems (5T3)


Management Information Systems: An Overview - Introduction, Need for Management Information Systems, Management Information Systems: A Concept, MIS: A definition, Management Information System and Information Technology, Nature and Scope of MIS, MIS Characteristics, Structure of MIS, Types of MIS, Role of MIS in Global Business, Challenges of Managing Information Systems. Information, System and Organization Concepts - Introduction:  A definition, Types of Information, Information Quality, Dimensions of Information, System: A definition, Kinds of Systems, System -related Concepts, Elements of a System, Information System, Organization : A Concept, Impact of Information System on Organization. Information System and Competitive Advantage - Introduction, Changing Role of IS, Competitive Advantage, Strategic Information System (SIS).


IT Infrastructure and Emerging Technology - 

Introduction , A computer System, Computer Categories, Computer Evolution, IT Infrastructure Components ,Emerging Technology. Data Resource Management - Introduction, Database Concepts, Files : The Traditional Approach, The Database Management Approach: The Modern Approach, Database Management System, Data Models, Data Warehousing and Data Mining, Application of DBMS using MS-Access. Telecommunication and Computer Networks - Introduction, Telecommunications, Types of Signals, Communication Channels, Characteristics of Communication Channels, Communication Hardware, Communication Networks, Computer Networks in India, Internet.  


E-Commerce, e-Business and e-Governance - Introduction, e-Commerce, e-Commerce Sales Life Cycle, e-Commerce Infrastructure, e-Commerce Applications , e-Commerce Challenges and Opportunities, E-Business, e-Governance. Enterprise Systems - Introduction, Enterprise Systems, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) System, Customer Relationship Management (CRM) System, Supply Chain Management (SCM) System. Decision Support Systems - Introduction, Decision-Making: A Concept, Simon‘s Model of Decision Making, Types of Decisions, Methods for Decision-Making, Decision Support Techniques, Decision Making and Role of MIS, Decision Support Systems (DSSs), Business Intelligence, Knowledge Management Systems.


Information System Planning - Introduction, Information System Planning, Creating an IS Plan (CRISP), Resource Allocation Project Planning, Organization Structure and Location of MIS Department. Is Choices and System Acquisition - , Introduction Is Choices, Acquisition of Hardware and Software. Is Development and Project Management - Introduction, System Development Models, Project Management. Information Requirements Analysis & Systems Design - Introduction, Systems Analysis, Requirements Determination, Strategies for Requirements Determination, Structured Analysis Tools, System Design. Evolution and Maintenance of  IS - Introduction Evaluation Approaches, Evaluation Classes, Product-Based MIS Evaluation, Cost/benefit –Based Evaluation, Models Used in Evaluation, Process-based Evaluation, System Maintenance.  

Text Book

                1. D. P. Goyal, Management Information System, Vikas Publishing House Pvt Ltd.  

Reference Books

                1. Waman S. Jawadekar, Management Information Systems, McGraw-Hill.  

                2. D. P. Nagpal, Management Information Systems, S. Chand.

                3. Dr. SushilaMaden, Management Fundamental and Information System, Taxmann.

                4. S. Sadagopan, Management Information Systems, PHI.

                5. A. K. Gupta, Management Information Systems, S. Chand.

 Mahesh Halale, Management Information Systems, Himalaya publishing house


Paper - III: System analysis & Design (5T3)


System Concept And The Information Systems Environment- Introduction, The Systems Concept, Characteristics Of A System, Elements Of A System, Types Of A System. The System Development Life Cycle - Introduction, System Development Life Cycle, Considerations forthe Candidate System, Prototyping.The Role Of System Analyst- Introduction, Definition, Historical Perspective, What Does It Take To Do Systems Analysis?, The Multifaceted Role Of The Analyst, The Analyst/User Interface, The Place Of The Analyst In The MIS Organization, Rising Positions In System Development, Conclusions.  


System Analysis- System Planning And The Initial Investigation- Introduction, Bases For Planning In System Analysis, Initial Investigation.Information Gathering- Introduction, What Kinds Of Information Do We Need?, Where Does Information Originate?, Information Gathering Tools. The Tools Of Structured Analysis- Introduction, What Is Structured Analysis?, The Tools Of Structured Analysis. Feasibility Study- Introduction, System Performance Definition, Feasibility Study.  


System Design- The Process And Stages Of System Design- Introduction, The Process Of Design, Design Methodologies, Major Development Activities, Audit Consideration. Input/output And Forms Design- Introduction, Input Design, Output Design, Forms Design. File Organization And Data Base Design- Introduction, File Structure, File Organization, Data Base Design, The Role Of The Data Base Administrator. 


System Implementation- System Testing And Quality Assurance- Introduction, Why System Testing?, What Do We Test For?, The Test Plan, Quality Assurance, Trends In Testing, Role Of Data  Processing Auditor. Implementation And Software Maintenance- Introduction, Conversion, Combating Resistance To Change, Post-Implementation Review, Software Maintenance. Hardware/ Software Selection And The Computer Contract- Introduction, The Computer Industry, The Software Industry, A Procedure For Hardware/ Software Selection, Financial Considerations In Selection, The Used Computer, The Computer Contract.  

Text Book

                1. Elias Awad, System Analysis and Design, Galgotia.  

Reference Books

                1. Jeffrey L Whitten, Lonnie D Bentley, System Analysis and Design Methods, McGraw-Hill.

                2. Edward, System analysis and Design, McGraw-Hill.

                3. Hawryszkiwyez, Fundamentals of System analysis and Design, PHI.

                4. Vinod Garg, Workbook on System analysis and Design, PHI.

Paper - IV: Cost & Management Accounting (5T4)



Introduction to Cost and Management Accounting: Accounting Framework And Taxonomy, From Cost Accounting To Cost Management, The Dimensions Of Management Accounting. Forces Shaping Business Environment And Their Effect On Cost And Management Accounting: Drivers Defining The Future Of Business And Accounting, Trends In Cost  And Management Accounting , Evolving Role Of Cost And Management Accountants, Profession Of Cost And Management Accountants.  


Strategic Management Accounting: Linking Strategy to Management Accounting Value Chain for Strategic Management Accounting, Life Cycle Costing, Target Costing, Kaizen Costing. Cost Measurement and Estimation: Definition and Measurement Of Cost, Costs On Financial Statements, The Statements Of Financial Position, The Income Statement, Cost Classification, Cost Estimation Methods. 


Costing Systems: Alternative Cost Accumulation Systems—Contingency  Based Approach To Accounting, Levels Of Costing Systems, Income Analysis Under Alternative Costing Systems, Reconciling Income Under Alternative Costing Systems, Impact Of Just In Time (JIT) Inventory System. Job Order Costing: An Overview Of Traditional Costing Systems, Job Order Costing System For Manufacturing Companies, Job Order Costing System For Service Companies, Job Order Costing For Planning Purposes.  


Process Costing: Product And Cost Flows Through Process Costing System, Calculating Unit Cost, Process Costing Methods, Production Cost Report, Operation Costing, Accounting For By-Products, Allocation Of Support Service Costs. Activity-Based Costing And Customer Profitability Analysis: Traditional Volume-Based Costing,  Activity Based Costing (abc),  Comparison Of Traditional Volume-Based With The Activity-Based  Costing, Advantage And Disadvantages Of Activity-Based Costing, Activity-Based Management(ABM), Scope And Advances In Activity Based Costing, Customer Profitability Analysis.  

Text Book

                1. Suveera Gill, Cost and Management Accounting, Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Ltd.  

Reference Books

                1. M. Hanif, Modern Cost and Management Accounting, McGraw-Hill.

                2. Ravi M. Kishor, Cost and Management Accounting, Taxmann.

                3. Puneet Bhatia, Cost and Management Accounting, Pooja Law publishing Co.

                4. N. S. Zad, Cost and Management Accounting.

5. T. K Basu, Deborshi Bhattacharya, Cost And Management Accounting, Platinum Publishers


Paper - IV: Corporate Accounting (5T4)



Corporate Accounting (Company Accounts)—Issue Of Share Capital- Definition, Characteristics Of A Company, Kinds Of Companies (Or) Types Of Companies, Privileges Of A Private Limited Company, Documents, Share Capital, Differences Between ―Capital Reserve‖ And ―Reserve Capital‖, Shares Of A Company, Equity Shares, Management Of Companies, General Meetings Of The Company, Quorum, Voting, Resolutions, Floating Of A Company (Forming A New Company), Minimum Subscription, Issue Of Shares, Accounting Treatment For Issue Of Shares For Cash, Over-Subscription, Under-Subscription, Calls-In-Arrears, Calls-In-Advance, Issue Of Shares From The Standpoint Of Issue Price, Cash Book, More Than One Type Of Shares, Shares Issued For Consideration Other Than Cash, Forfeiture Of Shares, Re-Issue Of Forfeited Shares, Employee Stock Option Plan, Issue Of Bonus Shares, Rights Issue, Sweat Equity, Underwriting, Buy-Back Of Shares, Escrow Account. Underwriting Of Shares And Debentures- Underwriting—Definition, Underwriting Commission And Payment, Sub-Underwriters, Brokers, Managers To The Issue, Applications—Marked, Unmarked And Firm-Underwriting Applications, Types Of Underwriting, Accounting Treatment. Redemption Of Preference Shares- Issue And Redemption Of Preference Shares, Determination Of The Amount Of New Issue Stages In Solving Problems.   


Issue And Redemption Of Debentures- Meaning And Definition Of Debenture, Meaning Of Some Terms, Types Of Debentures, Differences Between Shares And Debentures, Debenture Trust Deed, Coupon Rate, Accounting For Issue Of Debentures, Terms Of Issue Of Debentures, Interest On Debentures, Discount Or Loss On Issue Of Debentures, Loss On Issue Of Debentures, Redemption Of Debentures. Acquisition Of Business (Purchase Of Business)-Factors Associated With Acquisition Of Business, Determination Of Purchase Consideration, Accounting Entries. Profits Prior To Incorporation- Meaning, Accounting Treatment Of Profits/Losses Prior To Incorporation In The Books Of The Company, Methods Of Ascertaining Profit Or Loss Prior To Incorporation, Basis Of Apportionment Of Expenses, Advanced Problems—Professional Course Level, Accounting Standard AS-5 Revised. Final Accounts Of Companies- Meaning Of Final Accounts, Preparation Of Final Accounts.  


Valuation Of Goodwill And Shares- Valuation Of Goodwill, Need For Valuation Of Goodwill, Factors Affecting The Value Of Goodwill, Components Of Goodwill, Methods Of Valuation Of Goodwill, Valuation Of Goodwill Advanced Problems, Valuation Of Shares, Methods Of Valuation Of Shares, Different Categories Of Equity Shares, Methods Of Valuation Of Shares—Other Methods Illustrated, Price–Earnings Ratio—(PE Ratio)Amalgamation, Absorption And External Reconstruction- Meaning, Types Of Amalgamation, Accounting Treatment As Per AS–14, Absorption, External Reconstruction. Liquidation Of Companies- Meaning And Salient Features Of Liquidation, Order Of Payments, Statement Of Affairs, Statement Of Deficiency Or Surplus (List H), Liquidator‘s Final Statement Of Account, ―B‖ List Of Contributories, Receiver For Debentures. Internal Reconstruction-Need For Internal Reconstruction, Methods Of Internal Reconstruction, Handling Of Reconstruction Account, Balance Sheet After Reconstruction.  


Holding Company Accounts- Holding Company, Subsidiary Company, Legal Requirements For A Holding Company Consolidated Financial Statements.  Accounts Of Banking Companies- Definition And Meaning Of Bank, Banking And Banking Company, Forms Of Business Of Banking Companies, Classification Of Commercial Banks, Important Legal Provisions Of Banking Regulation Act 1949, Principal Books Of

Accounts, Registers, System Of Banking Accounting, Preparation And Presentation Of Final Accounts, Guidelines Of RBI For Profit And Loss Account, Special Transactions, Provision For Non-Performing Assets, Income Recognition, Guidelines Of RBI For Preparing Balance Sheet. Double Account System- Double Account System, Final Accounts. Cash Flow Statement- Cash Flow Statement, Cash Flow Statement—Preparation, Cash Inflow From Debtors, Cash Inflow From Trading Commission, Calculation Of Cash Outflow On Purchases—Purchases Include Both Cash And Credit Purchases, Cash Outflow On Expenses Incurred.  

Text Book

                1. Corporate Accounting,V. Rajasekaran, R. Lalitha, Pearson.  

Reference Books

                1. Corporate Accounting, V. K. Goyal, RuchiGoyal, PHI.

                2. Corporate Accounting, S N Maheshwari&Suneel K Maheshwari, Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Ltd..

                3. Corporate Financial Accounting, Dr. S.K. Singh, SBPD.


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