Cost and Management Accounting


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By MN Arora

About the Book:

Cost and Management Accounting

Special Features

Self Sufficient Complete Book on the Subject for BBM Bangalore Innovative

Comprehensive and Systematic Presentation of the Subject 300 + Solved Problems and Illustrations

200 + Unsolved Practical Questions with Answers

Hints 360 + Short Answer Questions 200 + Select Essay


Type Questions Contents:

1.Introduction to Cost and Management Accounting

2.Basic Cost Concepts

3.Material Cost-Accounting and Control

4.Employee (Labour) Cost-Accounting and Control

5.Overheads-Accounting and Control

6.Unit or Output Costing (Cost Sheet)

7.Contract Costing

8.Process Costing

9.Absorption Costing and Marginal (Variable) Costing

10.Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis

11.Marginal Costing and Decision Making

12.Budgetary Control

13.Standard Costing and Variance Analysis

14.Analysis and Interpretation of Financial Statements

15.Ratio Analysis

16.Funds Flow Statement

17.Cash Flow Statement

18.Recent Developments in Cost Management

About the Author:

M N Arora

M N Arora is Senior Reader in Hans Raj College, Delhi University. He did B.Com (Hons) and M.Com from Shri Ram College of Commerce and was position holder in Delhi University. He is also a Fellow Member of the Institute of Cost and Works Accountants of India.

M N Arora has over 35 years experience of teaching Cost Accounting and Management Accounting in graduate and postgraduate courses in Delhi University and also in other professional courses like MBA, MIB, MHROD, CA, CS, etc.

He has authored quite a few popular textbooks which have been widely prescribed by UGC, ICWAI, ICSI, Delhi University, Bangalore University and many other universities.


His Cost Accounting-Principle and Practice is in the list of Suggested Readings prescribed by UGC, The Institute of Company Secretaries of India, Delhi University and other universities.

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