Cost Accounting

Cost Accounting

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Product Specifications

Publisher Vikas Publishing All B.Com books by Vikas Publishing
ISBN 9789385879074
Author: Arora M.N., Katyal Priyanka
Number of Pages 193
Edition Second Revised Edition
Available in all digital devices
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Cost Accounting by Arora M.N., Katyal Priyanka
Book Summary:

This book has been written specifically for the students of BCom (Hons) of the University of Delhi in accordance with its prescribed syllabus and that of School of Open Learning. Its basic features are the same as the mother book Cost Accounting—Principles and Practice, which is a UGC recommended text for the last many years. Thus, it gives a thorough grounding in cost concepts, cost behaviour, and costing methods. The subject matter has been organized on ‘first things first’ basis to sustain the interest of the students. Every discussion involving conceptual difficulties is immediately followed by a numerical example.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for B.Com, BBA, MBA, MCA Students.
Key Features :

• Ideal for self-study, making learning a painless exercise

• Examination-oriented approach

• Around 260 solved problems and illustrations accompanied by ';working notes'

• Theoretical, Practical and Objective Type Questions selected mostly from the past examinations

• Recent question papers with answers included in the Appendix.

Table of Content:

1. Introduction

2. Material Cost

3. Labour Cost (Employee Cost)

4. Overhead Cost

5. Activity Based Costing

6. Output Or Unit Costing (Cost Sheet)

7. Job Costing

8. Contract Costing

9. Process Costing

10. Operating Costing (Service Costing)

11. Integral And Non-integral Systems

12. Reconciliation Of Cost And Financial Accounts