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Universities Exam Papers - Annamalai University, Annamalai Nagar

M.B.A. DEGREE EXAMINATION, JUNE 2010(1st Semester)

Time 3 hours                                      Maximum : 100 Marks

PART A — (10 × 2 = 20 Marks)

1. Explain GAAP.
2. Explain the Cost Concept.
3. Explain Capital Reserves.
4. What is Corporate Governance?
5. State the limitations of ratio analysis.
6. Give the three components of a cash flow statement.
7. Explain briefly product and period costs.
8. What is activity based management?
9. What is management reporting?
10. Distinguish between custom with per-packaged software.

PART B — (5 × 16 = 80 Marks)

11. (a) Explain the purpose and uses of management accounting systems. [Marks 16]
(b) Write an essay on inflation accounting. [Marks 16]

12. (a) The following balance has been extracted from the books of Mr. Ganges on 31.03.2010. [Marks 16]
                Rs.                          Rs.
Capital 8,00,000 Bad debts 5,000
Drawings 60,000 Sundry creditors 95,000
Machinery (1.4.2009) 2,00,000 Sales 12,00,000
Machinery additions (1/7/09) 50,000 Purchase returns 10,000
Stock on 1.4.2009 1,50,000 Provision for bad and doubtful
debts (1/4/09) 8,000
Purchases 8,20,000 Commission received 16,000
Carriage on purchases 20,000 Sundry debtors 52,000
Furniture and fixtures 2,00,000 Insurance charges 10,000
Carriage on sales 25,000 Salaries 2,10,000
Sundry expenses 8,000 Cash in hand 62,000
Printing and stationery 12,000 Cash at bank 2,05,000
Rent, rates and taxes 40,000
(i) Closing stock Rs. 1,40,000.
(ii) Create provision for bad and doubtful debts at 5% on sundry
(iii) Provide depreciation of 20% on plant and machinery and 10% on furniture and fixtures.
(iv) Insurance paid in advance is Rs. 1,000.
(v) Commission receivable in arrears is Rs. 5,000.
(vi) Salaries payable are Rs. 15,000.
Prepare trading account, profit and loss account and balance sheet for the year ending 31-3-2010. [Marks 16]
(b) Distinguish between
(i) Current assets and fixed assets
(ii) Tangible assets and intangible assets
(iii) Current liabilities and long-term liabilities
(iv) Gross profit and operating profit
(v) Nominal, real and personal accounts. [Marks 16]

13. (a) From the following summary of cash account of Y Ltd., prepare cash flow
statement for the year ended March 31 in accordance with AS-3 using direct method. The company does not have any cash equivalent.
Rs. in '000 Rs. in '000
Opening Balance 50 Payment to suppliers 2000
Issue of equity shares 300 Purchase of fixed assets 200
Receipts from customers 2800 Overhead expenses 200
Sale of fixed assets 100 Wages and salaries 100
Tax 250
Dividends 50
Repayment of bank loan 300
Closing balance 150
Total 3,250 Total 3,250
[Marks 16]

(b) Assume that there are two firms A and B, each having total assets amounting to Rs. 4,00,000 and average PAT of 10% on total assets. Firm A has sales of Rs. 4,00,000 whereas firm B has a sales of Rs. 40,00,000. Determine the Ros of firms A and B. Suppose firm A uses equity capital of Rs. 2 lake and B Rs. 2.5 lake in financing their total assets, what is their financial leverage? Calculate their Roe. [Marks 16]

14. (a) Discuss the following:
(i) Relevant costs
(ii) Incremental costs
(iii) Differential costs
(iv) Sunk costs
(v) Opportunity costs. [Marks 16]
(b) Explain the pros and cons of ABC system. [Marks 16]

15. (a) Explain the significance of computerized accounting system. [Marks 16]
(b) Explain the advantages of per-packaged accounting software. [Marks 16]