III B.

Tech I Semester
16BT5HS03: COSTING AND FINANCE MANAGEMENT FOR CIVIL ENGINEERS
Internal Marks External Marks Total Marks L T P C
30 70 100 3 1 - 3

PRE-REQUISITE: Nil

COURSE DESCRIPTION: Cost Planning, Contract Costing, Budgeting, Capital Budgeting,
Estimation of Cash Flows, Working Capital Management

Course objectives:
CEO1: To impart basic Principles and concepts of Costing and Finance Management.
CEO2: To develop skills related to-
 Cost Analysis
 Financial Management
 Investment

Course Outcomes: On successful completion of this course the students will be able to:
CO1 : Acquire knowledge in
a) The basic concepts of finance
b) Basic principles of costing
c) Provides skills for effective utilization of costing concepts for quoting tenders
d) Framing budgets in relation to construction

CO2 : Develop skills in analyzing problems for
a) Quoting tenders in relation to civil engineering
b) Budgeting finance for construction industry
c) Enhancing ability in calculating working capital requirement
d) Improvising ability in estimating cash flows

CO3 : Develop effective communication in relation to costing and finance
CO4 : Design solutions for effective decisions in investment

Detailed Syllabus:
UNIIT – I
Cost Planning: Cost predication and estimating in civil engineering projects – Approximate
estimating – Preliminary estimating – Detailed estimating – Cost plan inclusions

UNIT – II
Contract Costing: Meaning – Definition – Simple Contract Accounts – Comparative
Contract Accounts – Contract Accounts with Balance Sheet – Estimation of Contracts
(Simple problems)

UNIT – III
Budgeting: Concept of Budget – Classifications of Budgets – Considerations in preparing
Budgets – Concept of Budgetary Control – Objectives and benefits of Budgetary Control –
Essentials of a good Budgetary Control

UNIT – IV
Capital Budgeting: Introduction – Nature of Capital Budgeting – Types of Capital
Budgeting Decisions – Investment Evaluation Criteria – NPV – IRR – PI (simple problems)
Estimation of Cash Flows: Introduction – Cash Flows – Incremental Cash Flows – Capital
and Depreciation for tax purpose

13th Edition. Cost and Management Study Material. ISBN. Fundamentals of Financial Management. ISBN: 9788127244774 2. I.L. 2008. 2.. Jain and K. Prentice-Hall of India/Pearson. 12th Edition. S. 2009 ISBN- 9780273713630 .M. 11th Edition. 2015. Ltd. UNIT – V Working Capital Management: Introduction – Concepts of Working Capital – Operating Cycle and Cash Conversions cycle – Determination of Working Capital – Sources of Working Capital Finance – Trade Credit – Accrued expenses and differed income – Bank Finance for Working Capital Text books: 1. Kalyani Publishers. Pandey. Financial Management. Narang: Cost Accounting.9789325982291 Books for Reference: 1. New Delhi. The Institute of Company Secretaries of India.P. James C Van Horne and John M Wachowicz. Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Ludhiana.

Definition. No. of Topic followe Topics for self study No. A. SREE VIDYANIKETHAN ENGINEERING COLLEGE (Autonomous) Sree Sainath Nagar.Tech I Semester Name(s) of the faculty Member(s):Dr. K. Simple Contract 1 T1 Accounts 13 Comparative Contract Accounts 1 T1 14 1 T1 Contract Accounts with Balance Sheet 1 15 1 T1 Contract Accounts with Balance Sheet 2 16 1 T1 Contract Accounts with Balance Sheet 3 17 1 T1 Tutorial 3 18 Estimation of Contracts 1 1 T1 19 Estimation of Contracts 2 1 T1 20 1 T1 Simple problems 1 21 Simple problems 2 1 T1 . Saradhi Book(s) S. periods d UNIT – I: COST PLANNING 1 T1 Cost and Cost predication 1 2 T1 Estimating in civil engineering projects 1 1 3 T1 Estimating in civil engineering projects 2 1 4 T1 Approximate estimating 1 1 5 T1 Tutorial 1 1 6 T1 Approximate estimating 2 1 7 Preliminary estimating 1 8 T1 Detailed estimating 1 1 9 T1 Detailed estimating 2 1 10 T1 Cost plan inclusions 1 11 Tutorial 2 1 Total periods required: 9+2 UNIT – II: CONTRACT COSTING 12 Meaning. Rangampet-517 102 Department of Basic Sciences and Humanities Lesson Plan Name of the Subject: COSTING AND FINANCE MANAGEMENT FOR CIVIL ENGINEERS Class & Semester: III B.

Book(s) S. of Topic followe Topics for self study No. No. periods d 22 Tutorial 4 1 T1 Total periods required: 9+2 UNIT -III: BUDGETING 23 1 T1 Concept of Budget 24 1 T1 Classifications of Budgets 25 1 T1 Considerations in preparing Budgets 1 26 1 T1 Considerations in preparing Budgets 2 27 1 T1 Tutorial 5 28 1 T1 Concept of Budgetary Control 29 Objectives of Budgetary Control 1 T1 30 1 T1 Benefits of Budgetary Control 31 Essentials of a good Budgetary Control 1 1 T1 32 1 T1 Essentials of a good Budgetary Control 2 33 Tutorial 6 1 T1 Total periods required: 9+2 .

12th Edition. Meaning and Definition 35 1 T2 Nature of Capital Budgeting 36 1 T2 Types of Capital Budgeting Decisions 37 1 T2 Investment Evaluation Criteria 38 1 T2 Net Present Value (NPV) 39 1 T2 Simple problems 40 Tutorial 7 1 T2 41 1 T2 Internal Rate Return (IRR) 42 1 T2 Simple problems 43 1 T2 Profit Index and Simple problems 44 Tutorial 8 1 T2 Total periods required: 9+2 UNIT – V: WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT 45 1 T2 Introduction. Kalyani Publishers..L.M. UNIT – IV: CAPITAL BUDGETING 34 1 T2 Introduction. Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Jain and K. Meaning and Definition 46 1 T2 Concepts of Working Capital 47 1 T2 Operating Cycle 48 1 T2 Cash Conversions cycle 49 1 T2 Determination of Working Capital 50 1 T2 Sources of Working Capital Finance 51 Tutorial 9 1 T2 52 1 T2 Trade Credit 53 1 T2 Accrued expenses and differed income 54 1 T2 Bank Finance for Working Capital 55 Tutorial 10 1 T2 Total periods required: 9+2 Grand total periods required: 45 + 10 = 55 Text books: 3.P. Pandey. 2015.9789325982291 . 2008. 11th Edition. ISBN: 9788127244774 4. I. S. Ludhiana. ISBN. Financial Management. Ltd. Narang: Cost Accounting.

2009 ISBN- 9780273713630 . Cost and Management Study Material. Prentice-Hall of India/Pearson. James C Van Horne and John M Wachowicz. Fundamentals of Financial Management. The Institute of Company Secretaries of India. New Delhi.Books for Reference: 3. 13th Edition. 4.