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Cost and Management Accounting By Ns ZAD

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Author : N.S Zad
Publisher : Taxmann
Edition : For June 2018 Exam

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Cost & Management Accounting-Theory & Problem N S Zad

More than 2,500 MCQs
Coverage of Theory & Practical based MCQs at the end of each chapter
Hints for Practical MCQs
Latest OMR Based examination papers Including December 2017 with answers and hints



Contents

Chapter I Introduction To Cost Accounting

Chapter 2 Material Cost

Chapter 3 Labour Cost

Chapter 4 Overheads

Chapter 5 Job Costing & Batch Costing

Chapter 6 Reconciliation Of Cost & Financial Accounts

Chapter 7 Integrated & Non· Integrated Accounts

Chapter 8 Contract Costing

Chapter 9 Process Costing

Chapter 10 Joint & By·Products

Chapter Ii Activity Based Costing (Abc)

Chapter 12 Service/ Operating Costing

Chapter 13 Marginal Costing

Chapter 14 Budgets & Budgetary Control ,

Chapter 15 Standard Costing

Chapter 16 Ratio Analysis

Chapter 17 Fund Flow Statement

Chapter 18 Cash Flow Statement

Solved Paper Cs Executive · June 2017

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Shri N S Zad obtained his Commerce degree from Shivaji University of Kolhapur and cleared CS Final Exam in June 2005 held by Institute of Company Secretary of India. He is in teaching line from last 12 years and has vast teaching experience for various professional courses like CA, CS & CMA at IPCC/Executive/Inter & Final Level. He has practical experience for working with medium and large size organizations and firm of Practicing Company Secretaries.

He have diligence and immense ability to learn, relearn and unlearn. Inspite being India’s best faculty and accepted in whole country they are still far away from arrogance.He have been playing multiple roles since the time they are teachers. He is a teachers, motivators, friends, counselors and inspiration for many aspirants. He gives students a classroom where they can share their doubts and can receive maximum learning. He make students to imbibe all the knowledge given in the class so that they can retain it in the future as well.