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Accounting

হিসাববিজ্ঞান ১ম পত্র (২৫৩)

একাদশ শ্রেণি

 

পরীক্ষা অধ্যায় বিষয়বস্ত্ত ক্লাস
১ম সাময়িক ১ম হিসাববিজ্ঞান পরিচিতি ১৫
২য় হিসাবের বইসমূহ ২০
৩য়  ব্যাংক সমন্বয় বিবরণী ১০
৪র্থ রেওয়ামিল ০৬
৫ম হিসাববিজ্ঞানের নীতিমালা ০৭
বার্ষিক ১০ম একরতফা দাখিলা পদ্ধতি ১০
৬ষ্ঠ প্রাপ্য হিসাব সমূহের হিসাব রক্ষণ ০৭
৭ম কার্যপত্র ১৫
৮ম দৃশ্যমান ও অদৃশ্যমান সম্পদের হিসাব ১০
৯ম আর্থিক বিবরণী ২০
পুনরালোচনা (অর্ধ-বার্ষিকী পরীক্ষার অধ্যায়সমূহ)

 

 

হিসাববিজ্ঞান ২য় পত্র (২৫৪)

দ্বাদশ শ্রেণি

 

পরীক্ষা অধ্যায় বিষয়বস্ত্ত ক্লাস
প্রাক-নির্বাচনী ১ম অব্যবসায়ী প্রতিষ্ঠানের হিসাব ১৫
২য় অংশীদারী ব্যবসায়ের হিসাব ২০
৬ষ্ঠ আর্থিক বিবরণী বিশ্লেষক ০৭
৭ম উৎপাদন ব্যয় হিসাব ১৫
৮ম মজুদ পণ্যের হিসাব রক্ষণ পদ্ধতি ০৮
নির্বাচনী ৩য় নগদ প্রবাহ বিবরণী ১০
৪র্থ  যৌথ মূলধনী কোম্পানির মূলধন ১০
৯ম ব্যয় ও ব্যয়ের শ্রেণি বিভাগ ০৫
১০ম ব্যবস্থা হিসাববিজ্ঞান পরিচিতি ১৫
পুনরালোচনা (প্রাক-নির্বাচনী পরীক্ষার অধ্যায়সমূহ)

Syllabus

Department of Accounting

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Three Year B.B.S. Pass Course

Effective from the Session: 2013–2014

 

National University

Syllabus for 3 years B.B.S. Pass Course

Subject: Accounting

Session: 2013-2014

 

The Courses of Study for B.B.S. Pass in Accounting shall extend over a period of three academic years comprising Six papers with marks as indicated below:

 

 

Subject Code Paper Subject Title Marks Credits
First year:
  Paper-I Principles of Accounting 100 4
  Paper-II Auditing 100 4
Second year:
  Paper-III Intermediate Accounting 100 4
  Paper-IV Taxation in Bangladesh 100 4
Third year:
  Paper-V Advanced Accounting 100 4
  Paper-VI Cost Accounting 100 4
    Total= 600 24

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Detailed Syllabus

 

Course Code : Marks : 100 Credits : 4 Class Hours : 60
Course Title : PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING

 

  1. Accounting – The Language of Business: Definition and Scope of Accounting, Its role and Functions, History of Accounting, Purpose and Nature of Accounting Information-Users of Accounting Information. Branches of Accounting-Nature of Business and Accounting.
  2. Conceptual Framework for Financial Accounting: FASB Conceptual Frame for Financial Accounting-First Level: Basic Objectives (SFAC- 1); Second Level: Qualitative Characteristics of Accounting Information (SFAC-2); Third Level: Operational Guidelines.
  3. The Accounting Process: Double-Entry Accounting System. Accounting Equation – Effects of Transactions on the Accounting Equation. The Account-Classification of Accounts-Selection of Account titles-Chart of Accounts-Coding-Rules of Debit and Credit-Balancing and Normal Balance-Recording (Bookkeeping). Aspect of Accounting Cycle: Documentary Evidence and Identification, Analysis and Recording of Transactions and Other Events-Journalization-Posting to the Ledger-Preparation of Trial Balance-Limitations of Trial Balance, Errors and their Rectification.
  4. The Adjustment Process and Completing the Accounting Cycle: Key aspects of the Accrual basis accounting, Cash basis accounting Adjustments-Adjusted Trial Balance-Preparation of Work Sheet-Closing Entries-Post-Closing Trial Balance-Reversing Entries.
  5. Merchandising Operations and Accounting System: Merchandising Operations and Classifying Inventory-Purchases, Sales, Other Use or Loss and Returns of Merchandise Inventory-Periodic and Perpetual Inventory Systems and Journal Entries-Specific Identification Method and Inventory Cost Flow Assumption (FIFO, LIFO and Average Cost).
  6. Accounting Systems and Special Ledgers: Manual and Computerized Accounting Systems and their effectiveness-The Voucher System-General Ledgers and Subsidiary Ledgers: General Ledger Control Accounts and Subsidiary Ledger Individual Accounts. Special Journals: Advantages of Special Journals-Cash Receipts Journal-Sales Journals-Purchase Journal-Cash Payments Journal and General Journal.
  7. Control of Cash: Controlling cash, Internal control. Petty Cash, Bank Reconciliation Statement.
  8. Accounting for Receivable: Receivable-Types of Receivables valuing and disposing uncollectible accounts-Allowance for doubtful accounts.
  9. Financial Statements: Idea on a Complete Set of Financial Statement. Purpose and interrelationship of the Financial Statement. Importance, Limitations & Preparation of Financial Statements. Supplementary Statements/Schedules. Preparation of Financial Statements for Sole-proprietorship Organizations.
  10. Financial Statement Analysis: Ratio analysis-Basic Ratios of Liquidity, Activity, Profitability and Solvency.

 

Books Recommended :  (Latest Edition)

 

  1. Weygandt, Jerry J., Kimmel, Paul :     Accounting Principle , John  Wiley & Sons. Inc.
  2. and Kieso Donald

 

  1. Needles and Anderson :     Principles of Accounting

 

 

 


 

Course Code : Marks : 100 Credits : 4 Class Hours : 60
Course Title : AUDITING

 

  1. The Demand for Audit and Other Assurance Services: Definition of auditing, Nature of Auditing, Distinction Between Auditing and Accounting, Economic Demand for Auditing, Assurance Services, Types of Audits and Auditors.
  2. The Auditing Profession: Chartered Accountant (CA) Firms and their Activities, Structure of CA Firms, Role of BSEC in relation to auditing, BSEC’s Corporate Governance Guidelines and Audit vs. Non-audit Activities, ICAB, US GAAS, International Standards on Auditing (ISA) and Bangladesh Standards on Auditing (BSA), Statutory Cost Audit.
  3. Audit Reports: Parts of the Audit Report, Categories of Audit Reports, Report on Internal Control over Financial Reporting, Unqualified Audit Report with Explanatory Paragraph or Modified Wording, Conditions Requiring a Departure from Unqualified Opinion, Audit Reports other than Unqualified: Qualified Auditors’ Reports (Qualified, Adverse and Disclaimer) and Auditors’ Reports with emphasis on materiality.
  4. Legal Liability: The legal environment of audit profession, Auditors’ Liability to clients, Auditors’ Liability to third parties under common law, Auditors’ Civil liability, Auditors’ Criminal liability, Profession’s response to liability.
  5. The Audit Responsibilities and Objectives: Objective of Conducting an Audit of Financial Statements, Steps to Develop Audit Objectives, Management’s Responsibilities, Objectives of the Auditor, Auditor’s Responsibilities, Financial Statement Cycles, Setting Audit Objectives, Management Assertions, Transaction-Related Audit Objectives, Balance-Related Audit Objectives, Presentation and Disclosure-Related Audit Objectives, How Audit Objectives are met, Phases of a Financial Statement Audit.
  6. Audit Evidence: Definition of Evidence, Distinguishing among scientific, legal and audit evidence, Audit Evidence Decisions, Audit Program, Persuasiveness of Evidence, Types of Audit Evidence, Application of Types of evidence to the Evidence Decisions, Audit Documentation, Audit File Contents and Organization.
  7. Audit Planning and Analytical Procedures: Steps in Planning an Audit and Designing an Audit Approach, Initial Audit Planning, Obtaining an Understanding with the Client, Developing Overall Audit Strategy, Understanding of the Client’s Business and Industry, Assess Client Business Risk, Preliminary Analytical Procedures.
  8. Audits of Internal Control and Control Risk: Internal Control Objectives, Management’s Responsibilities for Establishing Internal Control, Management’s Assessment of Internal Controls, Auditor Responsibilities for Understanding Internal Control and Testing Internal Control, Components of Internal Control, Process for Understanding Internal Control and Assessing Control Risk, Obtain and Document Understanding of Internal Control.
  9. Overall Audit Plan and Audit Program: Audit Tests, Types of Audit Tests: Risk assessment procedures and Further audit procedures, Relationship Between Further Audit Procedures and Evidence, Audit Assurance at Different Levels of Internal Control Effectiveness, Impact of Information Technology on Audit Testing, Audit Program.
  10. Completing the Audit: Performing audit tests related to presentation and disclosure, Review for contingent liabilities, Post-balance-sheet review for subsequent events, issuing the Audit Report, Communicate with the audit committee and management.

 

 

 

Books Recommended:

  1. Alvin A. ArensRandal J. Elder :     Auditing and Assurance Services (Latest Edition)

and Mark S. Beasley                                    Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Prentice Hall

  1. ICAB (Institute of Chartered :     Assurance–Study Manual, CA Professional Stage

Accountants of Bangladesh)                       Knowledge Level (Latest Edition). Dhaka: ICAB

  1. ICAB :     Audit and Assurance–Study Manual CA Professional Stage Application Level (Latest Edition). Dhaka: ICAB


Second Year

 

Course Code : Marks : 100 Credits : 4 Class Hours : 60
Course Title : INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING

 

  1. Review of Accounting Process and Presentation of Financial Statements
  2. Plant Assets, Natural Resources, and Intangible Assets: Requirements under IAS 16 Property, Plant and Equipment, IAS 38 Intangible Assets, IFRS 6 Exploration for and Evaluation of Mineral Resources and IAS 36 Impairment of Assets. Acquisition and valuation of Plant Assets–The nature of Depreciation in Accounting–Cost allocation versus valuation, Depreciation and Cash Flows; Extension of Plant Assets and its effects on Depreciation. Depreciation Methods–Recording of depreciation; Disposition of Plant assets; Natural Resources–Acquisition cost, Depletion; Intangible Assets–Amortization of Intangibles;
  3. Accounting for Investments: Requirements under IAS 40 Investment Property, IFRS 9 Financial Instruments and IAS 39 Financial Instruments: Recognition and Measurement Investment in Debt Security- Held-to- Maturity Securities, Available-for-sale Securities, Trading Securities. Investment in Equity Securities-Fair Value Method, Equity Method. Other reporting Issues-financial Statement Presentation, Impairment of value, transfers between Categories, Fair Value Controversy.
  4. Current Liabilities and Contingencies: Different Types of Current Liabilities, Contingencies-Gain Contingencies-Loss Contingencies. Presentation of Current Liabilities and Contingencies. IAS 37 Provisions, Contingent liabilities and Contingent Assets
  5. Accounting for Long Term Liabilities: Bond: Nature, Recording at issue, Determining interest–Effective interest method, Zero-coupon bond, Bonds sold at premium or discount; Long-term Notes; Convertible Bonds; Other long-term liabilities; Requirements under IFRS 9 and IAS 39.
  6. Partnership Accounting: Basic features of Partnership Accounting–Changes in Partnership structure: Admission & Retirement: Treatment of goodwill, revaluation of assets and liabilities.
  7. Preparation of Cash Flow Statement: Purpose of Cash Flow Statement–Types of Cash Flows: Operating activities, Investing activities, and Financing activities–Preparation of Cash Flow Statement: Direct and Indirect methods–Analysis of Cash Flow Statement.
  8. Preparation of Value Added Statement: Purpose and format–Preparation of value added statement.
  9. Accounting aspect of VAT: Preparation of different statements (Purchase Account Book, Sales Account Book, Invoice Book and Account Current) under the VAT laws, Accounting Treatment of VAT at Purchase, Sales, Withholding, Treasury Deposit, Tax Credit and Tax Refund or Adjustment through Account Current.

 

Books Recommended :

 

  1. KIESO, DONALD E., WEYGANDT :    Intermediate Accounting, IFRS Edition (2011),

JerryjJ.WARFIELD, Terry D.                     John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

  1. GOB (Government of Bangladesh) :     Value Added Tax Act 1991 and Value Added Tax Rules 1991

 

Course Code : Marks : 100 Credits : 4 Class Hours : 60
Course Title : TAXATION IN BANGLADESH

 

  1. Theory of Taxation:

Taxation–An Introduction: Public Finance and Tax as a Source of Public Revenue, Other Sources of Public Revenue vs. Taxation, Public Finance vs. Private Finance, Importance of Public Finance, Definition of Tax, Characteristics of Tax, Objectives of taxation, Principles of taxation, Characteristics of a Good Tax.

Incidence of Taxes: Impact, Incidence and Effect of a Tax–Shifting of Tax Incidence–Demand and Supply Theory of Tax Shifting–Additional Factors Influencing Tax Shifting – General Effects of Taxation.

Classification and Choice of Taxes: Classification Taxes (on the basis of: Number of taxes, Impact and incidence of taxes, Structure of tax-rates, Subject-matter of taxes, Elasticity of taxes, Classification of tax-bases, Increase or decrease in public revenue, Single-point vs. Multiple-point taxes, and Collector of taxes); Choice of Taxes between Proportional and Progressive taxes, Choice of Taxes between Direct and Indirect taxes; Tax Structure in Bangladesh

 

  1. Business Taxation–An Introduction: Business Enterprises as a Taxpayer (Sole-proprietorship, Partnership, and Company), Pass-Through vs. Non-Pass-Through Entities, Legal Taxpayer vs. Real Taxpayer.

 

  1. Income Tax:

3.01    Introduction to Income Tax: Income Tax–Meaning, Nature, Importance in respect of Contribution to Internal Resource Mobilization–Historical Perspective of the Income Tax Ordinance, 1984 – Statutory Definitions of Important Terms.

3.02    Income Tax Authorities: Administrative and Judicial Authorities–appointment, organization structure, power and functions–Taxes Appellate Tribunal–Registered Income Tax practitioner.

3.03    Charge of Income Tax: Basic Principles, Systems (Conventional Exemption Limit versus Filing Threshold)–Sources of Income Tax Laws.

3.04    Computation of Total Income:  Types of Assesses–Scope of Total Income on the basis of Assessor’s Residential Status–Income deemed to accrue or arise in Bangladesh–Deemed Income (unexplained investment etc.)–Non-Assessable Income–Income under Specific Heads (Salaries, Interest on Securities, Income from House Property, Agricultural Income, Income from Business or Profession, Share of Income from Firms, Income of Spouse or Minor Child, Capital Gains, Income from Other Sources, and Foreign Income)–Set-off and carry-forward of losses.

3.05    Procedure of Assessment: Filing of return of income and Supporting Statements and Documents. Assessment of Tax: Provisional Assessment, Assessment on correct return, Universal Self-Assessment, Spot Assessment, Assessment after hearing, Assessment on the basis of a Chartered Accountant’s Report, Best-judgment Assessment, Presumptive Assessment–Other issues in assessment: Assessment in cases of discontinuation of or succession to business, Assessment for outgoing persons and deceased persons, Assessment of escaped income, Limitations for assessment–Tax audit.

           Rates of Taxes: Tax Rate on Capital gains and Income form winnings–Tax rate on other income

of individuals, firms and companies–Tax Rate on non-resident’s income, Imposition of Surcharge.

3.06    Investment Tax Credit, Tax Rebate and Tax Relief: Rate of investment tax credit, Investment allowance items and maximum limit–Tax credit on Small or Cottage Industries–Tax-free income and tax credit–Tax relief for avoiding double taxation.

3.07    Payment, Refund and Recovery: Four ways of Tax payment: Tax deducted at source (TDS), Advance payment, Payment on the basis of return and payment on notice of demand, Tax Recovery–TDS as the Final discharge of tax liability (sec. 82C).

3.08    Individual Assessment: Assessment covering all heads of income excluding share of firm’s income–Clubbing of Income.

3.09    Taxation of Partnership Firms: Set-off and carry-forward of losses by firm–Assessment of firms–Allocation firm’s income among partners–Partners’ total income including share of firm’s income–Assessment in case of change in firm’s constitution and in case of constitution of new successor firm.

3.10    Corporate Taxation: Definitions of Company and related terms–Determination of Total Income–Tax Rates and Tax Rebates.

3.11    Appeals And References: Appeal to Appellate Joint Commissioner of Taxes or Commissioner of Taxes (Appeals), Appeal to Taxes Appellate Tribunal, Reference to High Court Division and Appellate Division–Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR).

3.12    Miscellaneous Issues: Default and Penalty–Offence and Prosecution–Methods of Accounting–Filing of Return of Withholding Tax–Filing of Annual Information Return–Tax Avoidance–Bond Washing Transactions. Tax-holiday Scheme: Industrial undertakings, Physical infrastructural facility and Cooperative society.

 

  1.       Other Taxes in Bangladesh:

4.01    Value-Added-Tax (VAT): Important terms–Exempted Goods and Services–Output tax–Input Tax–Tax period–Taxable Goods–Invoice–Manufacturers–VAT Authorities. Imposition of VAT–Determination of Value for VAT–Methods and Time of VAT payment–Supplementary Duty–Turnover Tax–Tax Rebate–Registration of manufacturers Delegated powers–Appointment VAT officials-offence and penalties– Confiscation–Appeal-Revisions–Recovery of claims–Alternative Dispute Resolution.

4.02    Customs Duty: Nature–Scope and importance–Goods Dutiable–Goods Prohibited–Various Duties under the Customs Act–Rates of Duties–Tax Points and Valuation Bases for Customs Duty–Duty-Drawback and Exemptions–Pre-Shipment Inspection Authority –Assessment–Penalties and Offences–Customs Authority–Appeals and References–Alternative Dispute Resolution.

 

Books Recommended :

 

  1. Bala, S.K. and Others :     Tax Laws with Professional Practice
  2. H.L. Bhatia :     Public Finance, Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Ltd.
  3. Nikshil Chandra Shil & Others :     Bangladesh Income Tax-Theory & Practice, Shams Publications
  4. GOB (Government of Bangladesh) :     Income Tax Manual, Part I–Income Tax Ordinance, 1984 and Income Tax Manual, Part II–Income Tax Rules, 1984.
  5. GOB :     Value Added Tax Act 1991 and Value Added Tax Rules 1991
  6. GOB :     Customs Act 1969
  7. GOB :     Finance Acts/ Ordinances.
  8. MCCI (Metropolitan Chamber of :     Summary of Bangladesh Taxation Rules.

Commerce and Industry)

 

Third Year

Course Code : Marks : 100 Credits : 4 Class Hours : 60
Course Title : ADVANCED ACCOUNTING
  1. Accounting for Stockholders’ Equity: The Corporate Form of Organization, Corporate Capital: Issuance of Share/stock, Reacquisition of Shares, Preferred Stock, Accounting for and Reporting Preferred Stock, Dividend Distributions, Stock Split, Presentation of Stockholders’ Equity; Accounting for Share-based Payment (IFRS-2).
  2. Company’s Financial Statements: Provisions on Company’s financial statements in the Companies Act 1994 and the Securities and Exchange Rules 1987; Frequency of Financial Reporting (Interim vs. Annual); Preparation of a complete set of Financial Statements of a company as per IAS 1.
  3. Revenue Recognition (IAS 18): Guidelines for Revenue Recognition, Revenue Recognition at Point of Sale (Delivery): Sales with Discounts, Sales with Right of Return, Sales with Buybacks, Bill and Hold Sales, Principal-Agent Relationships, Trade Loading and Channel Stuffing, Multiple-Deliverable Arrangements; Revenue Recognition Before Delivery: Percentage-of-Completion Method, Completed-Contract Method, Long-Term Contract Losses, Completion-of-Production Basis; Revenue Recognition after Delivery: Installment-Sales Method, Cost-Recovery Method, Deposit Method; Revenue Recognition for Franchises.
  4. Accounting for Leases: The Leasing Environment, Off–Balance-Sheet Financing, Conceptual Nature of a Lease; Accounting by the Lessee: Capitalization Criteria, Asset and Liability Accounted for Capital Lease Method, Operating Lease Method; Comparison of Capital Lease with Operating Lease; Accounting by the Lessor: Economics of Leasing, Classification of Leases by the Lessor, Direct-Financing Method, Operating Method; Special Accounting Problems: Residual Values, Sales-Type Leases (Lessor), Bargain-Purchase Option (Lessee), Initial Direct Costs (Lessor).
  5. Accounting Changes and Error Analysis (IAS 8): Accounting Changes: Changes in Accounting Principle, Retrospective Accounting Change Approach; Changes in Accounting Estimate: Prospective Reporting; Change in Reporting Entity; Correction of Errors. Error Analysis: Balance Sheet Errors, Income Statement Errors, Balance Sheet and Income Statement Errors, Counterbalancing Errors, Non-counterbalancing Errors, Preparation of Financial Statements with Error Corrections.
  6. Accounting for Operating Segments (IFRS 8): Definition of operating segments, Reportable segments: Defined operating segments, Aggregation criteria, Quantitative thresholds.
  7. Accounting relating to Bankruptcy : Bankruptcy of Individual, Partnership Firms and Company under the Bankruptcy Act 1997.

 

Books Recommended :

 

  1. Donald E. Kieso, Jerry J. Weygandt :     Intermediate Accounting (Hoboken, New

and Terry D. Warfield (2012)                         Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.) Latest edition.

  1. IASB :     International Financial Reporting Standards (Latest edition)

 

  1. ICAB :     Financial Accounting Study Manual (Professional Stage Application Level)

 

 

Course Code : Marks : 100 Credits : 4 Class Hours : 60
Course Title : COST ACCOUNTING

 

  1. Cost Accounting and Cost Accountant: Cost Accounting: Definition, Differences with Financial Accounting, Management Accounting; Cost-Benefit Approach in Decision Making; Different Costs for Different Purposes, Organization Structure and the Cost Accountant; Cost Accounting as a Profession and Professional Ethics.
  2. An Introduction to Cost Terms and Purposes: Costs and Cost Terminology–Direct Costs and Indirect Costs, Factors Affecting Direct/Indirect Cost Classifications; Cost-Behavior Patterns: Variable Costs and Fixed Costs, Cost Drivers, Relevant Range; Relationships of Types of Costs, Total Costs and Unit Costs; Types of Inventory in Manufacturing, Merchandising-, and Service-Sector Companies; Commonly Used Classifications of Manufacturing Costs (Inventoriable Costs and Period Costs); Prime Costs and Conversion Costs, Different Meanings of Product Costs; A Framework for Cost Accounting and Cost Management; Calculating the Cost of Products, Services and Other Cost Objects.
  3. Cost Behaviour Analysis: Basic Assumptions and Examples of Cost Functions, Identifying Cost Drivers, Cost Estimation Methods: Industrial Engineering Method, Conference Method, Account Analysis Method, and Quantitative Analysis Method; Steps in Estimating a Cost Function Using Quantitative Analysis, High-Low Method, Regression Analysis Method, Evaluating Cost Drivers of the Estimated Cost Function, Nonlinear Cost Functions, Data Collection and Adjustment Issues.
  4. Materials: Direct and Indirect Materials, Procurements of Materials, Storage of Material. Materials Record, Methods of Valuing Material Issues, Planning Material Requirements, Stock levels, EOQ, Safety Stock, Materials Control, Stock Verification and Adjustment.
  5. Labor: Measuring Labor Costs, Overtime Premium and Idle Time, Labor Cost Control, Method of Remuneration, Incentive Plans, Calculation of labor cost, Recording of labor cost.
  6. Overhead: Planning and Control of Overhead, Predetermined Manufacturing Overhead, Methods of Determining Allocation Ratios, Applied Manufacturing Overhead, Over and Under Applied Manufacturing Overhead, Administrative, Selling and Distribution Overhead, Accounting for Overheads.
  7. Allocation of Support-Department Costs, Common Costs, and Revenues: Allocating Support Department Costs Using the Single-Rate and Dual-Rate Methods, Budgeted Versus Actual Costs, and the Choice of Allocation Base, Allocating Costs of Multiple Support Departments: Direct Method, Step-Down Method, and Reciprocal Method; Allocating Common Costs: Stand-Alone Cost-Allocation Method and Incremental Cost-Allocation Method; Cost Allocations and Contract Disputes, Bundled Products and Revenue Allocation Methods.
  8. Job Costing: Building-Block Concepts of Costing Systems, Job-Costing and Process-Costing Systems, Job Costing: Evaluation and Implementation, Time Period Used to Compute Indirect-Cost Rates, Normal Costing and Actual Costing, Normal Job-Costing System in Manufacturing, General Ledger and Subsidiary Ledgers, Batch Costing and Contract Costing.
  9. Process Costing: Process Costing, Physical Units and Equivalent Units, Calculation of Product Costs, Journal Entries; Weighted-Average (WA) Method and First-In, First-Out (FIFO) Method, Transferred-In Costs in Process Costing, Spoilage and Scrap, Normal and Abnormal Spoilages, Procedure for Process Costing with Spoilage and Scrap.
  10. Service Costing : Accounting Systems of Transport Company, Educational Institute & Hospital.

 

Books Recommended :

 

  1. Charles T. Horngren, Srikant M. Datar :     Cost Accounting: A Managerial Emphasis

Madhav V. Rajan                                            (Latest Edition). Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Prentice Hall Intermediate Accounting (Hoboken, New

 

  1. C. T. Horngren, G. L. Sundem, :     Introduction to Management Accounting (Latest
  2. W. Stratton, J. Schatzberg, Edition). Upper Saddle River, New Jersey:

and D. Burgstahler                                          Prentice Hall

 

  1. Ray H. Garrison, Eric W. Noreen, :     Managerial Accounting (Latest Edition)

and Peter C. Brewer                                       Boston: McGraw-Hill & Irwin.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

First Year

 

Paper Course Title Marks Credits
Paper-I Principles of Accounting 100 4
Paper-II Auditing 100 4

Paper- I:

 Principles of Accounting

Incourse Chapter Number of Class Teacher’s Name
First Incourse Accounting – The Language of Business 6 Maruf Kabir
Conceptual Framework for Financial Accounting 6
The Accounting Process 6
Merchandising Operations and Accounting System 6
The Adjustment Process and Completing the Accounting Cycle 6
Second Incourse Accounting Systems and Special Ledgers 6 Maruf Kabir
Financial Statement Analysis 6
Accounting for Receivable 6
Financial Statements 6
Control of Cash 6
Test Exam. Rivision of First and Second Incourse.

Paper- II

Auditing

Incourse Chapter Number of Class Teacher’s Name
First Incourse Review of Accounting Process and Presentation of Financial Statements 6 Maruf Kabir
Accounting for Long Term Liabilities 6
Accounting for Investments 6
Current Liabilities and Contingencies 6
Plant Assets, Natural Resources, and Intangible Assets 6
Second Incourse Audit Evidence 6 Maruf Kabir
Completing the Audit 6
Audits of Internal Control and Control Risk 6
Overall Audit Plan and Audit Program 6
Audit Planning and Analytical Procedures 6
Test Examination Rivision of First and Second Incourse.

 

Examination Date

 

  1. First Incourse :  April 2015  
  2. Second Incourse :  July 2015
  3. Test Examination :  September 2015

 

Second Year

 

Paper Subject Title Marks

 

Paper-III Intermediate Accounting 100
Paper-IV Taxation In Bangladesh 100

Paper- III

Intermediate Accounting

Incourse Chapter Number of Class Teacher’s Name
First Incourse Review of Accounting Process and Presentation of Financial Statements 6 Maruf Kabir
Accounting for Long Term Liabilities 6
Plant Assets, Natural Resources, and Intangible Assets 6
Accounting for Investments 6
Current Liabilities and Contingencies 6
Second Incourse Accounting aspect of VAT 6 Maruf Kabir
Preparation of Cash Flow Statement 6
Preparation of Value Added Statement 6
Partnership Accounting 6
Test Examination Rivision of First and Second Incourse.

 

Paper- IV

Taxation In Bangladesh

 

Incourse Chapter Number of Class Teacher’s Name
First Incourse 1. Theory of Taxation 4 Maruf Kabir
2. Business Taxation-An Introduction 4
3. Income Tax:

3.01 Introduction to Income Tax

4
3.02 Income Tax Authorities 4
3.03 Charge of Income Tax 4
3.04 Computation of Total Income 4
3.05 Procedure of Assessment 4
  3.06 Investment Tax Credit, Tax Rebate and Tax Relief 4 Maruf Kabir
3.07 Payment, Refund and Recovery 4
3.08Individual Assessment 4
3.09 Taxation of Partnership Firms 4
3.10 Corporate Taxation 4
3.11 Appeals And References 4
3.12 Miscellaneous Issues 4
4. Other Taxes in Banglsadesh 4
Test Examination Rivision of First and Second Incourse.

Examination Date

 

  1. First Incourse :  April 2015  
  2. Second Incourse :  July 2015
  3. Test Examination :  September 2015

 

 

Third Year

 

Paper Subject Title Marks

 

Paper- V Advanced Accounting 100
Paper- VI Cost Accounting 100

Paper- V

Advanced Accounting

 

Incourse Chapter Number of Class Teacher’s Name
First Incourse Accounting for Stockholders’ Equity 10 Maruf Kabir
Company’s Financial Statements 10
Revenue Recognition (IAS 18) 10
Accounting for Leases 10
Second Incourse Accounting Changes and Error Analysis (IAS 8): 7 Maruf Kabir
Accounting relating to Bankruptcy 7
Accounting for Operating Segments (IFRS 8) 6
Test Examination Rivision of First and Second Incourse.

Paper- VI

Cost Accounting

Incourse Chapter Number of Class Teacher’s Name
First Incourse Cost Accounting and Cost Accountant 6 Maruf Kabir
An Introduction to Cost Terms and Purposes 6
Cost Behaviour Analysis 6
Materials 6
Labor 6
Second Incourse Overhead 6 Maruf Kabir
Service Costing 6
Job Costing 6
Process Costing  
Allocation of Support-Department Costs, Common Costs, and Revenues 6
Test Examination Rivision of First and Second Incourse.

 

Examination Date

 

  1. First Incourse :  April 2015  
  2. Second Incourse :  July 2015
  3. Test Examination :  September 2015