Cost Accounting: (For BCom (Hons) Semester IV, University of Delhi), 3/e

Cost Accounting: (For BCom (Hons) Semester IV, University of Delhi), 3/e

Authors : M N Arora & Priyanka Katyal

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About the Author

M N Arora :-
He has teaching experience of more than four decades in Hans Raj College, University of Delhi. He is a Fellow Member of the Institute of Cost Accountants of India. His experience has been mostly in teaching of Cost Accounting and Management Accounting in various courses including professional courses like MCom, BCom, MIB, MHROD, MBA, BBA, CA, and CS. He has authored popular textbooks which have been widely prescribed by UGC, ICAI, ICSI, and various universities. He was a Special Invitee in the meetings of the Cost Accounting Standards Board of The Institute of Cost Accountants of India for finalization of draft Cost Accounting Standards.

Priyanka Katyal :-
She received her MCom and MPhil from Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi. She has more than fifteen years' experience of teaching BCom (Hons) classes in various colleges of the University of Delhi.

About the Book

Year after year, this book has immensely helped students in their comprehension of the subject and score good marks in examinations. It has been written specifically for the prescribed syllabus of Cost Accounting Paper of BCom (Hons) Semester IV of the University of Delhi and 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.
The book is bundled with all the teaching tools like Learning objectives, Summary of the chapter, Key terms, and a large number of questions for practice.
The Third edition is the updated version of the book as per the latest CBCS syllabus. 

Key Features

• Ideal for self-study, making learning a painless exercise
• Examination-oriented approach
• A total of 258 solved problems and illustrations accompanied by working notes, 156 Theoretical questions, 202 Practical questions 
• A large number of Objective Type Questions with answers that include True/ False, Fill in the Blanks, Match the following
• Past 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. Output or Unit Costing (Cost Sheet), 6. Job Costing, 7. Contract Costing, 8. Process Costing, 9. Operating Costing (Service Costing), 10. Integral and Non-Integral Systems, 11. Reconciliation of Cost and Financial Accounts • Past Question Papers with Answers