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Please provide me question paper for Tamil Nadu Open University-BBA 1st Year-Financial and Management Accounting Examination >??

Here I am giving you question paper for Tamil Nadu Open University-BBA 1st Year-Financial and Management Accounting Examination in PDF file attached with it so you can get it easily..

1. Define accounting and state any three of its objectives.
2. What is Management Accounting? Briefly explain its scope.
3. Journalise the following transactions :
(a) Raghu started business with capital –
Rs. 20,000.
(b) Purchased goods for cash – Rs. 10,000.
(c) Sold goods to Murugan for cash – Rs. 15,000.
(d) Paid wages – Rs. 3,000.
(e) Withdrew cash for private expenses –
Rs. 5,000.

4. Distinguish Funds Flow Statement from cash flow
statement.
5. What is meant by Break Even Analysis?

6. From the following details, find out
(a) Current assets
(b) Current liabilities
(c) Liquid assets and
(d) Stock.
Current Ratio – 2.5
Liquid Ratio – 1.5
Working capital – Rs. 90,000.

From the following information relating to
Sri Ram Ltd., Calculate :
(a) P/V Ratio.
(b) Break Even Point.
(c) Margin of safety.
Rs.
Total Fixed cost 45,000
Total variable cost 75,000

1. Define accounting and state any three of its
objectives.

2. What is Management Accounting? Briefly explain
its scope.

3. Journalise the following transactions :
(a) Raghu started business with capital –
Rs. 20,000.
(b) Purchased goods for cash – Rs. 10,000.
(c) Sold goods to Murugan for cash – Rs. 15,000.
(d) Paid wages – Rs. 3,000.
(e) Withdrew cash for private expenses –
Rs. 5,000.

4. Distinguish Funds Flow Statement from cash flow
statement.

5. What is meant by Break Even Analysis?

SECTION B — (4 15 = 60 marks)
Answer any FOUR questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
6. From the following details, find out
(a) Current assets
(b) Current liabilities
(c) Liquid assets and
(d) Stock.
Current Ratio – 2.5
Liquid Ratio – 1.5
Working capital – Rs. 90,000.

7. From the following Balance Sheets related to
A Ltd., Prepare Funds Flow Statement :
Liabilities 2007
Rs.
2008
Rs.
Assets 2007
Rs.
2008
Rs.
Share
capital 6,00,000 8,00,000
Cash
Accounts
60,000 1,80,000
Reserve 2,00,000 1,00,000Receivable 2,10,000 3,00,000
Retained
Earnings 60,000 1,20,000
Inventories
Fixed assets
3,00,000
3,80,000
3,90,000
4,20,000
Accounts
payable 90,000 2,70,000
9,50,000 12,90,00
0
9,50,000 12,90,00
0
Additional Information :
(a) The company issued bonus shares for
Rs. 1,00,000 and for cash Rs. 1,00,000.

(b) Depreciation written off during the year
Rs. 30,000.

8. From the following information relating to
Sri Ram Ltd., Calculate :
(a) P/V Ratio.
(b) Break Even Point.
(c) Margin of safety.
Rs.
Total Fixed cost 45,000
Total variable cost 75,000

9. From the following balances extracted from the
books of Srinivas on 31st March 2009, prepare the
Trading and Profit and Loss Account and the Balance
Sheet as on 31st March 2009.
Rs.
Stock on 1st April 2008 500
Machinery 2,250
Purchases 19,500
Wages 1,800
Insurance 2,675
Debtors 15,500
Stationery 225
Returns Inwards 650
Cash at Bank 2,375

Rs.
Cash in Hand 250
Sales 25,000
Bills payable 1,500
Creditors 9,825
Capital 8,950
Returns outwards 250
Commission (Cr) 200
The closing stock was valued at Rs. 12,500.

10. For the production of 10,000 units, the following
are the budgeted expenses :
Per Unit
Rs.
Materials 70
Labour 25
Variable overheads 20
Fixed overheads (Rs. 1,00,000) 10
Variable overheads (Direct) 5
Selling expenses (10% fixed) 13
Distribution expenses (20% fixed) 7
Administrative expenses (Rs. 50,000
fixed)

Total cost 155
Prepare a budget for the production of 8000 units.

11. Explain the following :
(a) Trial Balance.
(b) Profitability Ratios.
(c) Subsidiary Books.

12. Explain the various Accounting concepts with
suitable examples.
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As per your demanding, here I am providing you BBA 1st Year-Financial and Management Accounting Exam Paper of Tamil Nadu Open University……

PART A —
Answer any THREE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
1.Briefly explain any two accounting conventions.

2.State the differences between a Trial Balance and a Balance Sheet.

3.Pass Journal entries to rectify the following errors.
(a)Sold furniture for Rs. 3,000 passed through the sales book.
(b)Rs. 4,000 paid as salary to manager has been debited to his personal account.
(c)Goods purchased for Rs. 5,000 from Lal have been omitted to be recorded in the books.
(d)Sales book has been undercast by Rs. 210.

4.What is a Funds Flow Statement? Explain its managerial uses.

5.What is Management Accounting? State its importance.

6. Distinguish between Financial Accounting and Management Accounting.

7. Explain the objects and limitations of Accounting Ratio analysis.
8. From the following data calculate
(a) B.E.P in Rupees
(b) No of units that must be sold to earn a profit of Rs. 60,000 per year.

Variable cost per unit = Rs. 14
Fixed Expenses : Rs. 7,92,000 (p.a)



1. Briefly explain any two accounting conventions.
2. State the differences between a Trial Balance and a Balance Sheet.
3. Pass Journal entries to rectify the following errors.
(a) Sold furniture for Rs. 3,000 passed through the sales book.
(b) Rs. 4,000 paid as salary to manager has been debited to his personal account.
(c) Goods purchased for Rs. 5,000 from Lal have been omitted to be recorded in the books.
(d) Sales book has been undercast by Rs. 210.


4. What is a Funds Flow Statement? Explain its managerial uses.
5. What is Management Accounting? State its importance.

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