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NEW SYLLABUS FOR B.COM.HONOURS, RAVENSHAW UNIVERSITY, w.e.f. A.S.

-2014-15

RAVENSHAW UNIVERSITY
SCHOOL OF COMMERCE & MANAGEMENT STUDIES

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (B.Com.)
(REVISED SEMESTER BASED COURSE STRUCTURE w.e.f. Academic Year
2014-15 onwards)

Department of Commerce, School of Commerce & Management Studies,
Cuttack, Odisha-753003
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NEW SYLLABUS FOR B.COM.HONOURS, RAVENSHAW UNIVERSITY, w.e.f. A.S. -2014-15

RAVENSHAW UNIVERSITY
BACHELOR OF COMMERCE SYLLABUS
COURSE STRUCTURE
FIRST SEMESTER
Each paper for Compulsory, Elective & Honours subjects carries 50 marks
Internal Assessment 10 marks and Semester 40 marks.
COMPULSORY COURSE (CC)- Common for all Honours
Paper- I (CC-1.1.1)- Communicative English-I
Paper-II (CC-1.1.2)-Business Economics-I
ELECTIVE COURSE (CE)- Common for all Honours
Paper- I (CE-1.1.1)-Business Environment-I
Paper-II (CE-1.1.2)-Statistics for Business Decisions-I
HONOURS SUBJECTS (CH)- (ACCOUNTANCY & FINANACE / MARKETING & HRM / BANKING & INSURANCE )
Paper-I (CH-1.1.1)- Financial Accounting -I
Paper- II (CH-1.1.2)- Emerging Business Laws-I
Paper- III (CH-1.1.3)-Cost Accounting-I
SECOND SEMESTER
COMPULSORY COURSE (CC) - Common for all Honours
Paper-III- (CC-1.2.3)-Communicative English-II
Paper-IV- (CC-1.2.4)-Business Economics-II
ELECTIVE COURSE (CE) - Common for all Honours
Paper-III (CE-1.2.3)-Business Environment-II
Paper-IV (CE-1.2.4)-Statistics for Business Decisions-II
HONOURS COURSE (CH)- (ACCOUNTANCY & FINANACE / MARKETING & HRM / BANKING & INSURANCE)
Paper-IV- (CH-1.2.4)-Financial Accounting-II
Paper-V- (CH-1.2.5)-Emerging Business Laws-II
Paper- VI (CH-1.2.6)-Cost Accounting-II
THIRD SEMESTER
COMPULSORY COURSE (CC) - Common for all Honours
Paper- V (CC-2.3.5)-Fundamental of Entrepreneurship-I
Paper- VI (CC- 2.3.6)-Banking, International Trade & Finance-I
ELECTIVE COURSE – (CE)- Common for all Honours
Papers- V – (CE-2.3.5)-Principles of Business Management-I
Paper-VI- (CE-2.3.6)-M.S.S.I (OR) Computerised Accounting-I

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HONOURS COURSE – (CH) (ACCOUNTANCY & FINANACE / MARKETING & HRM / BANKING & INSURANCE)
1. ACCOUNTANCY
Paper-VII (CH-2.3.7)-Quantitative technique for Business Decision-I
Paper-VIII (CH-2.3.8)-Corporate Accounting-I
Paper—IX (CH-2.3.9)-Financial Markets operations-I
FOURTH SEMESTER
COMPULSORY COURSE (CC) - Common for all Honours
Paper-VII (CC-2.4.7)-Fundamental of Entrepreneurship-II
Paper-VIII (CC-2.4.8)-Banking, International Trade & Finance-II
ELECTIVE COURSE (CE) - Common for all Honours
Paper-VII (CE-2.4.7)-Principles of Business Management-II
Paper-VIII (CE-2.4.8)-M.S.S.I (OR) Computerised Accounting-II
HONOURS COURSE – (CH) (ACCOUNTANCY & FINANACE / MARKETING & HRM / BANKING & INSURANCE)
1. ACCOUNTANCY
Paper-X-(CH-2.4.10) Quantitative Technique for Business Decision-II
Paper-XI (CH-2.4.11) Corporate Accounting-II
Paper-XII (CH-2.4.12) Financial Markets Operations-II
FIFTH SEMESTER
PAPERS- (HONOURS -CH) - Common for all Honours
Paper –XIII- (CH- 3.5.13)-Management Accounting-I
Paper- XIV (CH-3.5.14)-Financial Management-I
Paper-XV- (CH-3.5.15)-Business Ethics-I
1. ACCOUNTANCY & FINANCE
2. MARKETING & HRM
Paper-XVI (CH-3.5.16)-Income Tax-I
Paper-XVI (CH-3.5.16)-Principles of Marketing Mgt.-I
Paper-XVII (CH-3.5.17)-Auditing-I
Paper-XVII(CH-3.5.17)-Advertising & Sales Mgt.-I
Paper-XVIII (CH-3.5.18)-Indian Financial System-I
Paper-XVII(CH-3.5.18)-Human Resource Management-I

3. BANKING & INSURANCE
P-XVI-CH-3.5.16 – Commercial Bank Management – I
P-XVII-CH-3.5.17- Insurance Management – I
P-XVIII- CH-3.5.18- Merchant Banking and Financial Services –I
SIXTH SEMESTER
PAPERS- (HONOURS- CH) - Common for all HonoursPaper –XIX- (CH- 3.6.19)-Management Accounting-II
Paper- XX- (CH-3.6.20)-Financial Management-II
Paper-XXI- (CH-3.6.21)-Business Ethics-II

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NEW SYLLABUS FOR B.COM.HONOURS, RAVENSHAW UNIVERSITY, w.e.f. A.S. -2014-15
1. ACCOUNTANCY & FINANCE
Paper-XXII (CH-3.6.22)-Income Tax-II
Paper-XXIII (CH-3.6.23)-Auditing-II
Paper-XXIV (CH-3.6.24)-Indian Financial System-II

2. MARKETING & HRM
Paper-XXII (CH-3.6.22)-Principles of Marketing Mgt.-II
Paper-XXIII (CH-3.6.23)-Advertising & Sales Mgt.-II
Paper-XXIV (CH-3.6.24)-Human Resource Management-II

3. BANKING & INSURANCE
P-XXII-(CH-3.6.22) – Commercial Bank Management – II
P-XXIII-(CH-3.6.23) - Insurance Management – II
P-XXIV- (CH-3.6.24) - Merchant Banking and Financial Services –II

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NEW SYLLABUS FOR B.COM.HONOURS, RAVENSHAW UNIVERSITY, w.e.f. A.S. -2014-15

B.COM.HONOURS
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
FIRST SEMISTER
COMPULSORY COURSE (CC)
1. Communicative English:- I
Paper-I (CC-1.1.1)
2. Business Economics:- I
paper-I (CC-1.1.2)
ELECTIVE COURSES (CE)
1. Business Environment-I
Paper-I (CE-1.1.1)
2. Statistics for Business Decisions:-I
Paper-I( CE-1.1.2)
HONOURS COURSES (CH)
1. Financial Accounting:-I
Paper-I( CH-1.1.1)
2. Emerging Business Laws:-I
Paper-I(CH-1.1.2)
3. Cost Accounting- I
Paper-I(CH-1.1.3)
B.COM (Communicative English-I)
Semester-I
Paper-I (CC-1.1.1)
Full Marks: 10+40

Time- 2 hours

Unit-I Comprehension of an unseen passage (300 words)
10marks
This should imply
(a) An understanding of the passage in question;
(b) A grass of general language skills and issues with reference to words and
usage within the passage and
(c) Ability to produces short independent interpretation based on themes and
issues raised in the passage.
To be assessed by both objective /multiple –choice(4×1 marks) and short
answer type tests(3×2 marks)
Unit-II A: Basic language skills: grammar and usage
8marks
 The ability to fill in blanks, choose correct forms out of alternative choices,
join clauses, rewrite sentences as directed (time, tense, aspect,
prepositioning forms, relative clause, linking devices)
 Replace indicated sections with single words/opposites/synonyms, etc
To be assessed by objective/multiple-choice tests
(1×8 marks)

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Y Yeats. The Fly III. Spoken English and Broken English II. RAVENSHAW UNIVERSITY. discussion and written work. To be assessed by writing long answer type questions (6marks). My Mother’s Death Anniversary. Books Prescribed: a. Dilip k.HONOURS.Alternatives shall be given. A Snake in Grass V. Padhi The following pieces are to be studied: I. On Umbrella Morals IV. Macmillan anthology of modern English prose.Lover. When you are old – W. Kshirod K . Anusuya Kumari.NEW SYLLABUS FOR B. There should be formal training in composition writing though instruction. Formal principles of literary criticism should not be taken up at this stage.e. (1 ×8marks) Unit-III:Texts (12marks) Students should be able to grasp the content of each piece. Bird Watcher-N.COM. To be assessed by one of alternatives questions shall be given. Das. Sharma ii. 6 . The Veil To be assessed by objective /multiple –choice tests(1×2marks)+ short answers(2×2marks) B i. iii.f. Poet. Death. and comment on general points of narrative or argument. w. explain specific words.be not proud-F Domme iv. -2014-15 Unit-II B: Composition: paragraph –writing (10marks) The students should not be left to conduct these exercises on the strength of their general reading and understanding of the language.Shiv K. Ezekiel.S. A. phrases and allusions.

e. Unit-II Production function-Distinction between short run and long-run production with one variable input –Relationship between total marginal and average production functions-Law of Variable proportions-production with two variable inputs-Isoquants-techniques of maximization of output. -2014-15 SEMESTER-I Business Economics-I Paper-I (CE-1. Economies and diseconomies of scale. Ahuja 4.M-10+40 Time-2 hours Unit-I Introduction: Basic problems of an economy. Demand function-determinants of demand and market demand-shift of demand vs. Business Economics H.1. AC and MC curves. Microeconomics Theory. AR.f.Murthy GK 7 .Gould and Lazear 2. Demand Meaning –Individual demand –law of demand. Chopra 5.NEW SYLLABUS FOR B.L. Business Economics with Lab works-DM Mithani .L. Reference 1. Nature and Scope of business EconomicsMicro and Macro economics-positive and normative –Inductive and deductive. Average revenue and Marginal revenue curves. Microeconomic Theory and Applications-Browining and Browning 3.COM. Unit-III Cost of production and revenue concepts: Cost concepts.1) F. movement curve-Elasticity of demand Supply: Law of supply-Determinants of supply market equilibrium concept of consumer surplus. Business Economics P. minimization of cost and maximization of profit scale of production. Nature of short run and Long run cost curves. U-shaped nature of average cost and marginal cost curves. RAVENSHAW UNIVERSITY. Utility: Law of diminishing marginal utility-law of Equi-marginal utility.S. w. MR and price elasticity of demand.HONOURS. A.

Dhar ( Kalyani Publishers) 3.I (CE-1. Nature of Culture .HONOURS. impact of culture on business.S.1. government responsibility to business.COM.K. Developments of statistics. Importance. Manifestations. Economic Environment & Growth: Nature of Economic Environment. Monetary.1) FM-10+40 Time. Business responsibility to government. w. Social and Cultural Environment: Three political Institutions-Legislative. -2014-15 ELECTIVE COURSE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT-I Paper. misuse of distrust of statistics. Scope and Characteristics.2 hours Unit –I Business and its Environment Indian Business Environment: Concept. Reference: 1. skewness. measurement of central tendency. Political. business participation in cultural affairs.f. Chand) 4. Strategies for going global. Aswathappa ( Himalaya Publishing House 2. Business Environment: P. A. 8 . The international Business Environment: Sundaram and Black ( Prentice Hall) FM-10+40 ELECTIVE COURSE STATISTICS FOR BUSINESS DECISIONS-I Paper. India WTO and trading blocks. Challenges of international business.1. Exim policy and industrial policy on Business (Latest Policy Measures) Unit-III Legal. Essentials of Business Environment: K. features of Indian Business Environment.NEW SYLLABUS FOR B. dispersion. Executive and Judiciary.e. Business and Society : Farooq Khan ( S. moments and kurtosis. limitations. importance and scope.I (CE-1. Economic Factors Unit-II Global Environment Nature of Globalization. Government Policies. RAVENSHAW UNIVERSITY. Ecology & Business. statistics in managerial decision making.Impact of fiscal.2) Time-2 hours UNIT-I BUSINESS STATISTICS AND MEASURES: Business Statistics: Meaning and definition.

Quantity index number. A. New Delhi 3. Agrawal B. value index numbers. degree of correlation. multiple regression equation.P. probable error.N. significance. Meaning.NEW SYLLABUS FOR B.f. variance of residuals. : Fundamentals of Statistics 9 .S. chain base index numbers. spearman’s rank correlation and concurrent deviation method. Business Statistics. Elahance D. Regression analysis:. -2014-15 UNIT-II CORRELATION AND REGRESSION: Correlation Analysis: Meaning.r. steps in construction of index number.COM. characteristics. Himalayas Publishing House 2. construction of Index numbers. standard errors of estimate.meaning significance. Ya Lun Chou: Statistical Analysis with Business and Economics. regression lines.C. Ltd 6. Regression coefficients. test of a good index number. uses.L. regression equation of Y on X and X on Y. Statistical Method. splicing and deflating consumer price index. & Others. Sultan Chand 4. Limitations of index numbers. classification. Statistics for Business decisions 7. correlation and causation. partial coefficient. properties of residuals . Graphic and Karl Pearson’s coefficient of correlation (including grouped data).K. RAVENSHAW UNIVERSITY. non-linear regression correlation vs regression and limitations. Gupta Indra: Business Statistics . importance of index numbers.HONOURS. Regression equations in case of correlation table. Basic Statistics New Age International Publishers 5. ApplicationHolt Rinehart and Winster. w. UNIT-III INDEX NUMBER Index Number: Relatives. base and current year.e. types. utility. Mittal P. Agarwal D. Gupta S. base shifting. multiple correlation coefficient and properties. types of correlation. Gupta S. Ref: 1. Multiple correlation and regression. Methods of construction of Index numbers. methods of determining correlation: scatter diagram. cost of living index number. Virnda Publication Pvt.

Jain and K. RAVENSHAW UNIVERSITY. Accounting process.B. disposal of assets. S. Sukla and Grawal. Chand and Co 5.Financial Accounting – Kalyani Publisher 4. change of depreciation methods. -2014-15 SEMESTER. Radhaswamy. M. UNIT-II Rectification of Errors: Final accounts of sole proprietorship organizations. Books 1.Com. capital and revenue expenditure and incomes. Narang.Financial Accounting HPH 10 . Branches of Accounting.e. Functions. advantages and Limitations of Accounting. Gupta R. recording of business transactions Journal and ledger and preparation of trial balance.HONOURS.S.L.1. Jawhar Lal & S. methods of charging depreciation.I HONOURS COURSE FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING-I Paper.f.I (CH-1. Preparation of financial statements from incomplete records.Financial Accounting sultan Chand and Sons New Delhi 2.N. Financial Accounting principles concepts and conventions and working rules. w. statement of affairs method and conversion method.Advanced Accounting I. Basic Accounting concepts and Accounting standards: Indian Accounting standards ( only outlines). Income and Expenditure Account and Balance sheet.1) FM-10+40 Time-2 hours UNIT-I Financial Accounting: Definition. Maheswari Advanced Accounting: Vikash New Delhi 3.COM. Account of Non commercial organization. Srivastav.NEW SYLLABUS FOR B. Standard relating to depreciation.P. salient features of Accounting. S. UNIT-III Depreciation Accounting: Definition of depreciation.S. preparation of Receipt and payments Account.L. A.

COM. Kapoor N. -Business Law. Sultan Chand & Sons New Delhi 2. Bulchandani KR. Law of Agency UNIT-III Sale of Goods Act & Consumer Protection Act. unpaid seller. Bailment and Pledge. suits for breach of the contract and sale by auction. Formation of Contract. RAVENSHAW UNIVERSITY. Contract of Sale.e. Pearson 11 .Business Law. proposal. Effects of the contract.Business Regulatory Frame work. -Business Law. void agreements.HONOURS.I (CH-1.C. Vikas Publishing House New Delhi 3. Ref: 1.D. performance of contract. Preliminary. Kuchhal M. w. Breach of Contract. UNIT-II Law of Agreement: Bailment and pledge and Law of Agency: Indemnity and Guarantee. acceptance.2) FM-10+40 Time-2 hours UNIT-I LAW OF CONTRACT: Essential elements of a contract.S. A. 1986. agreements and contract.1. consideration and legality. Purnakam. capacity to contract.f. free consent.Himalaya Publishing House 4. Consumer Protection Act. Das. communication.NEW SYLLABUS FOR B. -2014-15 SEMESTER-I HONOURS COURSE EMERGING BUSINESS LAWS-I Paper. Condition and warranties. contingent performance. discharge of contract.

A. Absorption of over head. –Cost Accounting. S. & Vashist C.Principles and PracticeKalyani Publishers 12 .N. ABC analysis. Contract Costing Features of contract costing. Power House Costing.D. methods of absorption of Production Over head. special points in contract costing.II Accounting for labour cost control procedure. overtime. UNIT-III Job Costing. cost unit. selling and distribution overhead. administrative. importance and limitations of cost accounting. pricing of materials issue treatment of material losses. Batch Costing. Saxena V.3) COST ACCOUNTING Unit-I Introduction: Meaning. departmentalization. Installation of a costing system. – Cost Accounting. VED analysis.1.COM.level setting. actual and predetermined rates. Perpetual Inventory System. Re-apportionment of service Department Costs. Service Costing. Accounting for material control: concept and technique. scope.f. labour turnover. Accounting for overheads: Classification.e. Escalation clause. w. Elements of cost. Himalaya Publishing House 3. transport costing.A Text Book sultan Chand & Sons 4. objectives. UNIT. Arora M. Production and service departments. Methods of costing. Allocation and Apportionment. RAVENSHAW UNIVERSITY. choice of an over head absorption rate. Under absorption and over absorption of over head. contract costing procedure. Jain.L. techniques of costing. profit on uncompleted contracts. cost classification.S. Blanket and multiple rates. cost sheet and concept of cost audit. Job costing procedure.K.P & Naranga K. Jawaharalal & SrimaSrivastav – Cost Accounting – Tata McGrawHill 2. Economic Order Quantity. -2014-15 SEMESTER-I HONOURS-(CH 1. Reference: 1. – Advanced Cost and Management Accounting. cost plus contracts. idle time.HONOURS. Techniques of material control.NEW SYLLABUS FOR B. Canteen Costing. Principles of cost accounting. cost concepts. methods absorption of production over head. Methods of wage payment: Remuneration and incentive.

phrases and allusions.2. HONOURS DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE SECOND SEMISTER COMPULSORY COURSE (CC) 1. Shakespeare iv) London. Communicative English:-II Paper-III (CC-1. Das. and comment on general points of narrative or argument.4) HONOURS COURSE (CH) 1. w.4) ELECTIVE COURSE (CE) 1. Emerging Business Laws-II Paper.Com (Communicative English)-II Semester-II Paper-III (CC-1.2.2.S.e. Anusuya Kumari. RAVENSHAW UNIVERSITY. Padhi i) The Night Train at Deoli ii) The Dog of Titwal iii) A Gandhian in Garwal : Chandi Prasad Bhatt iv) To be assessed by objective/multiple-choice tests (1 x 2 marks= 2 marks) + short answers (2 x 3 marks= 6 marks) Unit III B: 6 marks The following poems are to be studied: i) Vignette. Statistics for Business Decisions-II Paper-IV (CE-1.3) Full Marks: 10+40 Time-2 hours Unit I Note making 10 marks Unit II Correction of errors in a given passage (editing)( 8 errors) 8 marks Unit III A: 8 marks Students should be able to grasp the content of each piece. Business Economics:. Anthology of Modern English Prose.1. Naidu iii) Let me not to the marriage of true minds.2. K Daruwallah ii) The Sorrow of Love – S.II Paper-IV (CC-1.Kshirod K.6) B. Business Environment.COM.f.V (CH-1.3) 2.2. Financial Accounting-II Paper. explain specific words.2.W.IV (CH-1.III (CE-1.HONOURS.4) 2. COM.VI (CH.5) 3. A.NEW SYLLABUS FOR B. Cost Accounting – II Paper. -2014-15 B.K. Formal principles of literary criticism should not be taken up at this stage. Dilip K.W.2. Blake To be assessed by objective/multiple-choice tests (1 x 2 marks= 2 marks) + short answers (2 x 2 marks= 4 marks) Unit IV “Silence! The Court is In Session” by Vijay Tendulkar 8 marks To be assessed by short answers (2 x 2 marks = 4 marks) + long answer (1x 6 marks) 13 .2. Eds.II Paper.3) 2.

2.Browining and Browning Business Economics H. Ricardian and Modern theories of rent. Kinked Demand Curve.Chopra SEMESTER . Puri – Himalaya Microeconomic Theory and Applications. Problems of developing countries. RTPs.4) FM-10+40 Time – 2 hours UNIT-I Market Structure: (I) Objectives of business firm. Classical and Keynesian theories of interest. Reference 1. Status of Technology.L. UTPs. World Bank. Determination of wage under perfect. Oligopoly: meaning and characteristics. competition. FEMA 14 .II ELECTIVE COURSE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT-II PAPER. Perfect Competition. International economic institution (WTO.f.N. RAVENSHAW UNIVERSITY. International economic grouping. A. Quasi rent . Ahuja Business Economics P. 3. and Human-side of Technology. The Competition Act 2002. Microeconomics Theory. concept and the theories of profit. w. UNCTAD) UNIT-III Trade Regulations: Regulation of Trade Practices. 4.Gould and Lazear Business Economics –II – Mishra.3) FM-10+40 Time – 2 hours UNIT-I Technological Environment: Features of Technology. IMF.e. FERA. Profit nature. Monopoly – Determination of price and output. comparison between perfect competition and monopoly equilibrium. Price and output determination. UNIT-II International Environment: Trends in World Trade.III (CE-1.2.HONOURS. 5.2. UNIT-II Market Structure (II): Monopolistic competition meaning and characteristics. price and output determination of a firm and the group.NEW SYLLABUS FOR B.COM. comparison with perfect competition. Impact of Technology Management of Technology. UNIT-III Factor Pricing: Marginal productivity theory of distribution. MTP.profit maximization and equilibrium of firm and industry. -2014-15 Semester – II Business Economics-II Paper-IV (CC-1.S.

sultan Chand Agarwal B. 3.2. and importance.Binomial. Ltd. 6. RAVENSHAW UNIVERSITY. baye’s theorem mathematical expectation.additive and multiplicative model. Computation of seasonal indices by simple averages. consistency of data. & Others. Gupta S. and Gupta Indra: Fundamentals of Statistics -Himalaya Publishing House Ya Lun Chou: Statistical Analysis with Business and Economics. types. Forecasting. w. Statistical methods. conditional probability. K. 2.Aswathappa (Himalaya Pub. Business Statistics.N. Difference between correlation and Association. UNIT-III Theory of Probability: Probability concept.C. Least square (including linear. Fundamentals Of Statistics 15 . parameters and application to business.COM.f. Business Environment: P. UNIT-II Time Series: Meaning. Addition and multiplication.K. Application HoltRinehart and Winster. their properties. causes of variations in time series data. 4. A. Statistics for Business Decisions Elahnce D.HONOURS. Association and disassociation. proportion method. definition. Components of a time series.Concept.Chand) 4. second degree and parabolic trend). 7. House) 2. : Basic Statistics.Dhar (Kalyani Publishers) 3. Yule’s Co-efficient of Association. ratio-totrend. Decomposition. ratio-to-moving average and link relative methods. types and importance. Essentials of Business Environment: K.S.L.P. New Age International Publishers Agarwal D. Virnda Publication Pvt.NEW SYLLABUS FOR B.e. Business and Society: Farooq Khan (S. The International Business Environment: Sundaram & Black(Prentice Hall. methods of studying association comparison of observed and expected frequency method.R. Reference: 1. Determination of trend moving average method. New Delhi Gupta S. 5. Co-efficient of colligation and co-efficient of contingency. Probability distribution. Mittal P.II STATISTICS FOR BUSINESS DECISIONS-II PAPER-IV (CE-1.4) FM-10+40 Time – 2 hours UNIT-I Association of Attributes: Concept. -2014-15 Reference: 1. Forecasting theories and methods of forecasting. Poisson and Normal distribution. New Delhi) SEMESTER. theorem. Business ForecastingConcept.

Jain and K. Reference: 1. Preparation of consolidated profit and loss account and Balance sheet.e. Articles of Association. calculation of sacrificing ratio.B. v/ikash. prospects. accounting treatment on the admission.Com Financial Accouting. Definition of Negotiable Instruments. Srivastav.Financial Accounting Sultan Chand and Sons. Branch final account system.HONOURS. UNIT-II Hire Purchase and Installment transaction Repossession of assets. Bill of Exchange and Cheque(including the recent changes). Murray Decision. Resolution minutes. Holder and Holder in due course. 3. retirement and death of partners.S.5) FM-10+40 Time – 2 hours UNIT-I: Negotiable Instrument Act 1881. 4. New Delhi S.2. Unit-III Consumer Protection Act. Dissolution of Partnership: Insolvency of one Partner Gardner vs. Environment Protection Act. voting . Jawhar Lal & S. dishonor and discharge of negotiable instrument.4) FM-10+40 Time – 2 hours UNIT-I Accounting of Partnership Business: Change in profit sharing ratio.Narang. 5. Insolvency of all partners.P. w. RAVENSHAW UNIVERSITY. Unit-II Company Law: Promotion and incorporation of companies. treatment of goodwill. New Delhi S. types of crossing. Piece-Meal distribution.N. kinds of meetings. wholesale branch system.Chand and co SEMESTER-II EMERGING BUSINESS LAWS-II PAPER – II (CH-1. Sales of partnership firm.COM. -2014-15 HONOURS COURSE SEMESTER-II FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING-II PAPER. company meetings. A. quorum.Maheswari Advanced Accounting . Accounting Treatment in the books of Head Office.NEW SYLLABUS FOR B. Royalty ` Accounts UNIT-III Branch Accounting: Dependent branches. Independent branches.IV (CH-1.L. 16 .Financial Accounting.L and Radhamswamy M.f. HPH Gupta R. 2. memorandum of Association.2.Kalayani Publisher Sukla and Grawal – Advanced Accounting I – S. negotiation. Branches under debtors system. crossing of a cheque. stock and debtors system. Features of Promissory Note.

4. Concept. professional managers. Purkam. Srivastav – Cost Accounting – Tata Mc Graw Hill 2. Objectives.10+40 UNIT – I 1. entrepreneurs vs. Sultan Chand& sons. qualities of a successful entrepreneur. intraprenueur.Principles and Practice.P & Naranga K. Jain. S. w.3. Activity based management and activity based budgeting.COM. Target Costing: Meaning. –Cost Accounting. Arora M.D. Saxena V. entrepreneurial vision and mission. A. Characteristics. Process Losses and Wastages.f. Himalaya Publishing House 3. & Vashist C. New Delhi P Saravanavel. Vikas Publishing House.Kalyani Publishers SEMESTER-III +3 IInd Year Commerce COMPULSORYP-V (CC-2. Kapoor N.Business regulatory Frame work. Pearson. definitions and characteristics. entrepreneur vs. -2014-15 References: 1.NEW SYLLABUS FOR B. Property and Efficiency Audit.5) FUNDAMENTAL OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP-I Time. Cost Audit programmes. Senthilkumar – Legal Aspects of Business – Himalaya Publishing House Kuchhas M.S. entrepreneurial leadership.e. 17 . growth of entrepreneurship development in India. Uses and Problems of Target Costing. Business Law. – Advanced Cost and Management AccountingA Text Book sultan Chand & Sons 4. Advantages. 3.2.2 hours Entrepreneurship Meaning. 2. Activity Based Costing: Meaning. steps for the implementation of ABC system. types of entrepreneurship and entrepreneur. uses of ABC.L. Business Law. RAVENSHAW UNIVERSITY. Method of Reconciliation. UNIT-III Reference: FM.N. criticism of ABC system. Role of cost Accounting in an ABC system. process of Target Costing. Process Costing Procedure. Work in progress (equivalent production). UNIT-II Reconciliation of Cost and Financial Accounts: Need Reasons for disagreement in Profit/ Loss. Internal Process Profits. Jawaharalal & S. – Cost Accounting. Cost Audit in India. SEMESTER-II HONOURS-(CH 1.C. New Delhi Das. Cost Audit: Meaning Distinction between Cost Audit and Financial Audit.6) COST ACCOUNTING-II FM-10+40 Time – 2 hours UNIT-I Process Costing: Meaning.D.K.HONOURS.

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