WBUT Question Papers EE Financial Management And Account B Tech 6th Sem 2009-10

WBUT Question Papers EE

Financial Management And Account B Tech 6th Sem 2009-10

 

Time Allotted : 3 Hours

The figures in the margin indicate full marks.

Candidates are required to give their answers in their own words

as far as practicable.

GROUP – A ( Multiple Choice Type gueatlons )

  1. 1.       Choose the correct alternatives for any ten of the following :
  2. 1) Which of the following is considered as current asset ?

a)        Stock of Raw Meterials

b)        Stock of Finished Products

c)        Both of these

d)       None of these.

ii) Which of the following is called a Revenue Expenditure ? ■’

a)        Purchase of a Machine by cheque

b)        Purchase of Stationery items for office use on

credit

c)        Purchase of shares of another company through bank

d)       Purchase of Office Furniture by cash.

Hi) Which of the following expenses is not considered in Trading Account ?

a) Wages            b) Carriage inward

c) Trade expenses   d) Import duty.

iv)      On which of the following assets depreciation is not charged ?

a)       Building on a freehold land

b)       Freedhold land

c)       Books & periodicals

d)       Office vehicles.

v)        Purchase of trade items on credit for reselling should be recorded in

a)       Sales day book   b) Journal proper

c)       Cash book        d) none of these.

vi)      The adjustment to be made for income received in advance is     *

a)       add income received in advance to respective income and show it as a liability

b)       deduct income received in advance from respective income and show it as a liability

c)       add income received in advance to respective income and show it as asset

d)       deduct income received in advance from respective income and show it as a liability.

vll) The adjustment to be made for interest on drawings is

a)        debit profit and loss account and add interest to drawings

b)        credit profit and loss account and add interest to drawings

c)        debit profit and loss account and deduct interest from drawings

d)        credit profit and loss account and deduct interest from drawings.

viii)   Gross profit is equal to

a)        net profit minus expenses

b)        purchases plus stock minus net sales

c)        net sales plus selling price of stock minus purchases

d)        net sales minus cost price of sales.

ix)      The double entry in the books for the annual amount of

depreciation of an asset is

a)        debit the profit and loss account, credit the asset account

b)        credit the profit and loss account, debit the asset account

c)        debit the bank account, credit the asset account

d)        credit the bank account, debit the asset account.

x)       To the cost of production, we add the sales & distribution overheads to obtain

a)       full costs b) total costs

c)     cost of sales d) marginal costs.

xi)      Selling expenses are shown in

a)        Trading a/c

b)        Profit and loss a/c

c)        Profit and loss appropriation a/c

d)        Manufacturing a/c.

xii)             Current liabilities are such obligations which are to be satisfied within

a)        one calendar year b)

c)        three years      d)

GROUP – B ( Short Answer Type Questions)

Answer any three of the following. 3×5= 15

  1. 2.       Define working capital. Discuss the components of working capital with examples.
  2. 3.       A factory requires 1500 units of an item per month each costing Rs. 27. The cost per order is Rs. 150 and the inventory carrying charges work out to 20% of the average inventory. Find out the Economic Ordering Quantity and the number of orders per year.
    1. 4.       Discuss the objectives of financial management.
    2. 5.       What is ‘Double Entry System’ of accounting ? Why is it called ‘Accounting from complete books’ ?
    3. 6.       Discuss merits and demerits of ‘profit maximisation’ and ‘wealth maximisation’ as objectives of finanadal management.

GROUP – C (Long Answer Type Questions)

Answer any three of the following. 3 x 15 = 45

  1. 7.       You are given following estimates and are instructed to estimate working capital requirement after adding 10% to your computed figure to allow for contingencies :

Particulars                Amount for the year

(Rs.)

Average amount backed up for stocks :

■         Stock of finished product

■                      Stock of raw material Average credit given to customers :

■         Inland sale, 6 weeks credit

■         Export sales, 1-5 weeks credit Average time lag in payment of wages and other outgoings : ‘

■         Wages, 1-5 weeks

■         Raw materials, 1-5 months

■         Rent, 6 months

■         Salary of clerical staff, 0-5 month

■         Salary of manager, 0-5 month

■                      Miscl. Expenses, 1-5 months Payment in advance :

■         Sundry expenses, paid quarterly in

advance                  8,000

Consider a time period of 52 weeks/12 months for a year.

  1. 8.       a) Discuss the factors affectng Accounts Receivable.

b)        What do you understand by ‘Average Collection Period ?

c)        Discuss the different motives for holding cash.

6 + 3 + 6

9 . a) Explain the concept of CVP analysis with any simple example.

b)        Discuss the concept of budget. Write the advantages of budgetary control and its limitations.

  1. 10.    Write short notes on any three of the following :  3×5

a)        Break-even analysis

b)        Ratio analysis

c)        Margin of safety

d)       Time value of money

e)        Annuity.

  1. 11.    The following trial balance has been extracted from the books of M/s. Ronrim Ltd. as on 31.03.2009. You are required to prepare —

a) Trading and profit & loss account for the year ended 31.03.2009.

 

b) Balance sheet as on same date.

Trial Balance as on 31.03.2009

Particulars

Amount

(Rs.)

Amount

(Rs.)

Capital a/c (1.4.2008)  

30,000

Drawings

5.000

,

Furniture & fixture

2.600

 
Bank overdraft  

4,200

Creditors  

13,800

Business premises

20,000

 
Stock (1.4.2008)

22.000

 
Debtors

18.000

 
Rent received from tenants  

1,000

Purchases

1,10,000

 
Sales  

1,50,0001

Sales returns

2.000

 
Discount allowed

1,600

 
Discount received   to

o

o

3

Taxes & Insurances

2,000

 
General Expenses

4.000

 
Salaries

9,000

 
Commission paid

2,200

 
Cai i lage on purchase

1,800

 
Bad debt

800

 
———————————————————————————————– —————– ;———————————————– J _

2.01,000

2,01,0001

 

Stock in hand on 31st March. 2009 was Rs. 20,060

Depreciation — Business promises by Rs. 300 and furniture & fixture by Rs. 260.

5% on Debtors for doubtful debts.

Interest on capital @5%.

Unexplred Insurance Rs. 200.

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