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Schedule VI Revised

Schedule VI Revised

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Ministry of Corporate AffairsEXPLANATORY MEMORANDUMREVIEW OF SCHEDULE VI TO THE COMPANIES ACT, 19561. Schedule VI to the Companies Act, 1956 provides for the mannerin which every company shall prepare its balance sheet and profit andloss account.2. Various changes have taken place in the economic and regulatoryenvironment for companies across the world and in India.Internationally, the observance of universally accepted reporting normsin respect of financial information of companies is perceived as animportant measure for good corporate governance, enabling transparency with regard to financial position of the company and proper disclosure toshareholders. In pursuance of the policy adopted by the Government toenable convergence with International Financial Reporting Standards(IFRS), the Government of India notified Companies (AccountingStandards) Rules, 2006 under the Companies Act, 1956. It is feltnecessary not only to enable proper and adequate disclosures but also toresolve any ambiguity in application of various Rules etc. to be observedby companies in this regard. Therefore, it is essential to harmonize andsynchronize the general disclosure requirements under Schedule VI withthose prescribed in the Accounting Standards.3. This Ministry has also received suggestions for revision of thisSchedule for removing the requirements of disclosures no longerconsidered relevant in view of the changed economic and commercialenvironment for operation of companies in India and for enabling asimplified format for reporting of financial information by small andmedium companies. The other concepts taken into account in revision of 
 
the Schedule VI are annexed at“Part A”and the method adopted indetermining the form of balance sheet, profit and loss account and cashflow statement is annexed at“Part B “to this Memorandum (enclosed).4. The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) and NationalAdvisory Committee on Accounting Standards (NACAS) were consulted inthe matter. Based on such consultation, a draft revised Schedule VI (forcompanies other than Small and Medium Companies) is annexed at“Part C”and a draft new Saral Schedule VI (for Small and MediumCompanies) along with the concepts and the methodology applied isannexed at“Part D”to this Memorandum. This Memorandum alongwithits annexures is available at the Ministry’s website at www.mca.gov.in.
 
5. Suggestions/Comments on the these Schedules alongwith justification in brief may be addressed/sent latest by 22
nd
December,2008 to Shri B.N. Harish, Joint Director (Inspection) or Shri N.K. Dua,Assistant Director, M/o Corporate Affairs, 5
th
Floor, A Wing, ShastriBhavan, New Delhi. The suggestions/comments may also be sentthrough email at bn.harish@mca.gov.in or narendra.dua@mca.gov.in. It will be appreciated if the name and address of the sender is alsoindicated clearly at the time of sending suggestions/comments.****
 
“PART A”
CONCEPTS FOR REVISION OF THE SCHEDULE VI 
The Schedule VI’ to the Companies Act, 1956 has been prepared on the followingconcept:(a)
 
To have a
 ‘readable, useful, transparent and user friendly’ 
form of Schedule VI.(b)
 
To set out
minimum disclosure requirements
which are consideredessential to ensure true and fair presentation of the financial position andfinancial performance of the company and comparability both with thecompany’s previous periods and with other companies.(c)
 
The Balance Sheet and the Statement of Profit and Loss should
not beburdened with too many disclosure requirements.
 (d)
 
To remove the requirements of disclosures no longer considered relevant inview of the changed socio-economic structure and level of development of the economy.(e)
 
To remove disclosure requirements which are meant for statistical purposesonly e.g. Part IV of Schedule VI.(f)
 
To have inherent flexibility for amendments and industry/sector specificimprovements from time to time and to cater to industry/sector specificdisclosure requirements.(g)
 
To harmonize and synchronize the general disclosure requirements withthose prescribed in the Accounting Standards by removing the existinginherent anomalies.(h)
 
The specific disclosure requirements prescribed in the Accounting Standardsare not incorporated here so that amendment in the Accounting Standarddoes not necessitate an amendment in the form of Schedule VI.(i)
 
To attain
compatibility and convergence
with
 
the International Accounting Standards and practices
.
 

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