Advanced Financial Accounting Syllabus 2022-23 B.com 5th sem As Per new CBCS Pettern | Gauhati University

Guahati University Advanced Financial Accounting Syllabus 2022-23 B.com 5th sem As Per new CBCS Pettern


COM-DSE-HC-5036(A): ADVANCED FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

Total Marks:100 

Credit: 6 

Lectures: 65

Objective: The course aims to impart advanced knowledge on financial accounting applicable in business of special nature and on Government accounting system.

Unit 1: Royalty 

Royalty accounts: Meaning of Royalty, Minimum Rent and Short working. Accounting Treatment and preparation of Royalty Account (manually and using appropriate accounting software) including impact of Strikes & Lockouts, excluding Sub-lease.

Unit 2: Departmental Accounts: Meaning and objectives; allocation of common expenses; System of preparation of departmental trading and profit and loss accounts (manually and using appropriate accounting software); inter-department transfer. 

Unit 3: Accounting for Amalgamation and Dissolution of Partnership Firms

Accounting for Dissolution of Partnership Firm including insolvency of partners, Sale to a limited company and piecemeal distribution. Accounting for Amalgamation of Partnership Firms


Unit 4: Insurance Claims

Insurance policy for a business firm – Procedure for taking up Insurance Policy for loss stock and loss of profit; Meaning of Insurance claims, procedure to lodge insurance claim; Average clause and indemnity period. Procedure of ascertaining loss of stock and loss of profit; Ascertainment of claims against loss of stock and loss of profit. 15 Lectures

Unit 5: Government Accounting

Meaning, features and Objectives of Government Accounting; difference between Commercial Accounting and Government Accounting; General Principles of Government Accounting; Demand for Grant, Appropriation Accounts, Re-appropriation; System of financial administration and financial control in India; Accounts keeping of the Government; Classification of Accounts – Consolidated Fund, Contingency Fund and Public Accounts; Government Accounting Standards Advisory Board.

Suggested Readings:

Anthony, R., Hawkins, D., & Merchant, K. A. (2010). Accounting: Text and Cases. New York: McGraw-Hill Education. 

Goyal, B. K., & Tiwari, H. N. (2019). Financial Accounting. New Delhi: Taxmann Publication.

Jain, S. P., & Narang, K. L. (2016). Advanced Accountancy. New Delhi: Kalyani Publishers.

Horngren, C. T., Sundem, G. L., Elliott, J. A., & Philbrick, D. (2013). Introduction to Financial Accounting. London: Pearson Education. 

Maheshwari, S. N., Maheshwari, S. K., & Maheshwari, S. K. (2018). Financial Accounting. New Delhi: 

Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Ltd.

Monga, J. R. (2017). Financial Accounting: Concepts and Applications. New Delhi: Mayur 

Godwin, N., Alderman, W., & Sanyal, D. (2016). Financial Accounting. Boston: Cengage Learning.

Shukla, M. C., Grewal, T. S., & Gupta, S. C. (2016). Advanced Accounts. Vol.-I. New Delhi: S. Chand Publishing.

Tulsian, P. C. (2007). Financial Accounting. New Delhi: Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. Ltd.

Dam, B. B., & Gautam, H. C. (2019). Advanced Accounting. Gayatri Publications, Guwahati   


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