Management Accounting

Management Accounting

According to New Revised Syllabus w.e.f. 2009 PUNE, Maharashtra (INDIA)

Text Book of Management Accounting

BBA (Pune) Sem-III

Author : Ramesh Mehtha

Book ID : 1195A

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1. Cost Accounting

1.1 Introduction

1.2 Meaning of management accounting

1.3 Definitions of management accounting

1.4 Objectives of management accounting

1.5 Need of management accounting

1.6 Evolution of management accounting

1.7 Scope of management accounting

1.8 Nature of management accounting

1.9 Essentials of management accounting

1.10 Functions of management accounting

1.11 Tools and techniques of management accounting

1.12 Advantages of management accounting

1.13 Limitations / disadvantages

1.14 Distinction between management accounting and financial accounting

1.15 Distinction between management accounting and cost accounting

2. Analysis and Interpretation of Financial Statement

2.1 Introduction

2.2 Ratio

2.3 Analysis

2.4 Ratio analysis

2.5 Nature of ratio analysis

2.6 Objectives of ratio analysis

2.7 Uses or utility

2.8 Limitations of ratio analysis

2.9 Types of ratio

2.10 Some important terms

2.11 Chart showing various ratios, formula and utility and interpretation of ratio

2.12 Important ratios from point of view of different parties relating to financial statements

2.13 How to remember formulas of ratios

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3. Fund Flow and Cash Flow Statement

3.1 Fund

3.2 Flow of fund

3.3 Fund flow statement


4. Working Capital

4.1 Introduction 

4.2 Types of working capital 

4.3 Factors affecting working capital 

4.4 Financing of working capital requirements 

4.5 Working capital cycle

4.6 Estimating working capital requirements 


5. Marginal Costing

5.1 Introduction

5.2 Meaning

5.3 Objectives of marginal costing

5.4 Advantage of marginal costing

5.5 Disadvantages / demerits / limitations of marginal costing

5.6 The break even point




Formulaes at a Glance 


6. Budget and Budgetary Control

6.1 Introduction

6.2 Meaning

6.3 Forecast Vs. budget

6.4 Requirement of a sound budgeting system

6.5 Objective of budgeting

6.6 Advantages of budgeting

6.7 Problems / limitations of budgeting

6.8 Budgeting process

6.9 Types of budgets



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