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    This Paper has 33 answerable questions with 0 answered.
    Syllabus 2008
    Time Allowed : 3 Hours Full Marks : 100
    The figures in the margin on the right side indicate full marks.
    Answer Question No. 1 which is compulsory and any five from the rest.
    1. (a) Match the statement in Column I with the appropriate statement in Column II:
    Column I Column II
    (v) Performance of Public Enterprises
    Residual Income
    Cost Driver
    Point Rating
    Relevant Cost (A)
    (E) Measures Divisional Performance
    Purchase Order Processed
    Future cost affected by decision making
    Shows profitability and capacity utilisation
    Job Evaluation
    1x5 (0)
    (b) State whether the following statements are TRUE or FALSE: 1x5
    (i) Incentive systems benefit only workers. (0)
    (ii) Service departments do not render services to each other. (0)
    (iii) Contract costing is only a variant of Job costing. (0)
    (iv) Differential costing and Marginal costing mean the same thing. (0)
    (v) Standards are arrived at based on past performance. (0)
    (c) Fill–up the blanks suitably: 1x5
    (i) In absorption costing _____________ cost is added to inventory. (0)
    (ii) ___________________ becomes more effective in a firm with the use of standard costing. (0)
    (iii) In ‘make or buy’ decision, it is profitable to buy from outside only when the supplier’s price is below the firm’s own ____________________. (0)
    (iv) A cost which does not involve any cash outflow is called_______________. (0)
    (v) __________________ costing reduces the possibility of under pricing. (0)
    (d) In the following cases, one out of four answers is correct. You are required to indicate the correct answer and give brief workings: 2x5
    (i) XYZ Co. Ltd. is having 400 workers at the beginning of the year and 500 workers at the end of the year. During the year 20 workers were discharged and 15 workers left the company. The Labour Turnover rate under ‘separation method’ is:
    d. 22.20%
    (ii) A factory operates a standard cost system, where 2000 kgs of raw materials @ Rs.12 per kg were used for a product, resulting in price variance of Rs. 6000 (F) and usage variance of Rs. 3000 (A). Then standard material cost of actual production was
    d. Rs. 20,000
    Rs. 30,000
    Rs. 25,000
    Rs. 27,000
    (iii) A company maintains a margin of safety of 25% on its current sales and earns a profit of Rs. 30 lakhs per annum. If the company has a p/v ratio of 40%, its current sales amount to
    d. Rs. 200 lakhs
    Rs. 300 lakhs
    Rs. 325 lakhs
    None of the above
    (iv) The annual demand of a certain product is 8000 units, ordering cost per order is Rs. 40, carrying cost is 10% of average inventory value and purchase cost is Rs. 10 per unit. The EOQ for the product is
    d. 1200
    (v) Sales for two consequtive months of a company are Rs. 3,80,000 and Rs. 4,20,000. The company’s net profits for these months amounted to Rs. 24,000 and Rs. 40,000 respectively. There is no change in P/V ratio or fixed costs. The P/V ratio of the company is
    d. 33⅓%
    none of the above
    2. (a) A company prepares a budget for a production of 200000 units. Variable cost per unit is Rs.15 and the fixed cost is Rs. 2 per unit. The company fixes its selling price to fetch a profit of 10% on cost.
    (i) What is the break–even point? (both in units and in Rs.)
    (ii) What is profit volume ratio?
    (iii) If it reduces its selling price by 5%, how does the revised selling price affect the break–even point and the profit volume ratio?
    (iv) If a profit increase of 10% is desired more than the budget, what should be the sales at the reduced price?
    3+2 (0)
    (b) State briefly the effect on profitability under marginal costing and absorption costing. 5 (0)
    3. (a) The following facts are extracted from the books of Alpha Radio Manufacturing Company for the year 2010.
    (i) It produces two types of radio— Type A and Type B and sells these in two markets—Kolkata and Siliguri.
    (ii) The budgeted and actual sales for the year 2010 are as follows:
    Kolkata Siliguri
    Type A—Budgeted
    Type B—Budgeted
    Actual 1000 units at Rs. 200 each
    900 units at Rs. 200 each
    800 units at Rs. 300 each
    1000 units at Rs. 300 each 800 units at Rs. 200 each
    750 units at Rs. 200 each
    600 units at Rs. 300 each
    750 units at Rs. 300 each
    Analysis of variance discloses that Type A is overpriced and Type B is underpriced. If the price of A Type radio set is reduced by 10% and price of B Type radio set is increased by 20% and if a modern and extensive advertisement campaign is introduced, then the following volume of sales could be made in the next year as expected by the Marketing Manager.

    Expected increase/decrease
    over the current budget Kolkata
    Market Siliguri
    Product A: Due to change in pricing policy
    Due to introduction of modern advertisement campaign
    Product B: Due to change in pricing policy
    Due to introduction of modern advertisement campaign +20%
    +5% +15%
    On the basis of above you are required to prepare sale budget for the year 2011.
    10 (0)
    (b) State the different between Forecast and Budget. 5 (0)
    4. (a) Distinguish between "Incentives to indirect workers" and "Indirect incentives to direct workers". 5 (0)
    (b) Both direct and indirect employees of a department in a factory are entitled to production bonus in accordance with a Group Incentive Scheme, the outlines of which are as follows:
    (i) For any production in excess of standard rate fixed at 10,000 tonnes per month of 25 days, a general incentive of Rs. 10 per tonne is paid in aggregate. The total amount payable to each separate group is determined on the basis of an assumed percentage of such excess production being contributed by it, namely @70% by direct labour, @1O% by inspection staff, @12% by maintenance staff and @ 8% by supervisory staff.
    (ii) Moreover, if the excess production is more than 20% above the standard, direct labour also get a special bonus @ Rs.7 per tonne for all production in excess of 120% of standard.
    (iii) Inspection staff are penalised @ Rs. 20 per tonne for rejection by customers in excess of 1% of production (Actual).
    (iv) Maintenance staff are penalised @ Rs. 20 per hour of breakdown.
    From the following particulars for a month, workout the production bonus by each group:
    A. Production 13,000 tonnes (Actual)
    B. Rejection by customers—200 tonnes
    C. Machine breakdown—50 hours
    2+2 (0)
    5. (a) Budgets are classified according to Time. State how they are classified. 5 (0)
    (b) XYZ Ltd. manufactures four products A, B, C and D. Whose data are given below:
    A B C D
    Direct Materials (Rs.)
    Direct Labour (Rs.)
    Direct Labour Hours
    Machine Hours 3,000
    30 6,000
    15 9,000
    10 18,000
    You are required to prepare a statement showing the allocation of factory overheads (which amounted to Rs. 1,08,000) using the .basis of allocation as under:

    (i) Direct Material Cost
    (ii) Direct Labour Cost
    (iii) Direct Labour Hours
    (vi) Machine Hours
    Out of these four bases of allocation, which you prefer and why? 2+2+
    2+2+2 (0)
    6. (a) Following are the particulars given by the owner of a hotel. You, as a Cost & Management Accountant, are requested to advise him that what rent should he charge from his customers per day so that he is able to earn 25% on cost other than interest:
    (i) Staff salaries Rs. 80,0OO per annum.
    (ii) Room attendants salary Rs. 2 per day. The salary is paid on daily basis and services of room attendant are needed only when the room is occupied. There is one room attendant for one room.
    (iii) Lighting, heating and power. The normal lighting expenses for a room if it is occupied for the whole month is Rs. 50. Power is used only in winter and normal charge per month if occupied for a room is Rs.20.
    (iv) Repairs to Building– Rs. 10,O0O per annum
    (v) Linen, etc.– Rs. 4,800 per annum
    (vi) Sundries– Rs. 6,600 per annum
    (vii) Interior decoration, etc.– Rs. 10,000 per annum
    (viii) Cost of Building at Rs. 4,00,000 and its depreciation rate is 5%
    (ix) Other equipment at Rs. 1,00,000 and its depreciation rate is 10%
    (x) Interest @ 5% may be charged on its investment in the buildings and equipment.
    (xi) There are 100 rooms in the Hotel and 80% of the rooms are normally occupied in summer and 30% rooms are busy in winter.
    [You may assume that period of summer and winter is six months each. Normal days in a month may be assumed to be 30.]

    10 (0)
    (b) Explain the concept of ‘Joint Costs’ in joint products and by products. 5 (0)
    7. (a) M/s. Jupiter & Co. Ltd. manufactures a product in its factory which presently utilises 60% of its capacity.
    The cost details including selling price are given below:
    Sales 6000 units
    Direct Materials
    Direct Labour
    Direct Expenses
    Factory Overheads
    Administration Overheads
    Selling and Distribution Overheads 5,40,000
    Out of fixed overheads, 12.5% and 20% of selling and distribution overheads variable with production and sales. Administration overheads are wholly fixed.
    Now, it is revealed that existing product could not achieve budgeted level for two consecutive years, the management decides to introduce a new product with marginal investment but largely using present plant and machinery.
    The cost data of the new product is given below:

    Direct Materials
    Direct Labour
    Direct Expenses
    Variable Factory Overheads
    Variable Selling and Distribution Overheads 16 per unit
    15 per unit
    2 per unit
    2 per unit
    1.5 per unit
    Marketing Manager of the company is expecting to sell 2000 units of new product at a price of Rs. 60 per unit.
    The fixed factory overheads are expected to increase by 10% and fixed selling and distribution expenses will go up by Rs. 13,500 annually. Administration overheads will remain unchanged.
    You are advised to give your opinion. Should the new product be introduced?

    3+1 (0)
    (b) Distinguish between Job costing and Process costing. 5 (0)
    8. Write short notes on any three of the following: 5x3
    (a) Limitations of market–based transfer pricing; (0)
    (b) Inter–Locking Accounts; (0)
    (c) Cost–plus Contract; (0)
    (d) Principal Budget Factor; (0)
    (e) Perpetual Inventory System. (0)



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