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BCCA Semester – V
Paper  I – Computerized Accounting using Tally

Introduction to Tally. ERP 9- Basics of Accounting-Types of accounts-Golden rules of accounting –Accounting principles –Features of Tally- Opening Tally. ERP 9, Components of the Tally. ERP 9 Window, Creating a Company. Accounting masters in Tally –F11: Features –F12 Configurations –Setting up of Account Heads.

Groups, Ledgers, Vouchers and Orders- Introducing Groups, Introducing Ledgers, Introducing Vouchers, Introducing Purchase Orders, Introducing a Sales Order, Introducing Invoices.. Stock and Godown in Tally- Stock Groups, Stock Categories, Stock Items, Units of Measure, Godowns.

Stock and Godown in Tally-Cost Centers and Cost Categories–Bank Reconciliation –Interest Calculations. Reports in Tally.ERP 9- Working with Balance Sheet, Working with Profit & Loss A/c Report, Working with Stock Summary Report, Understanding Ratio Analysis, Working with Trial Balance Report, Working with Day Book Report.

Taxation – Indian Tax Structure, Tax deducted at source in tally.ERP 9, Create a Tax Ledger, TDS Vouchers, Printing a TDS Challan, Tax collected at source in Tally.ERP 9, TCS reports in Tally.ERP 9, Calculating GST in Tally.ERP 9, GST Classification, GST Vouchers, GST Reports in Tally.ERP 9. Taking Backup in Tally.ERP 9, Restoring Data inTally. ERP 9,

Text Book:
1. DT Editorial Services, Tally.ERP 9 in Simple Steps, Dreamtech Press.

Reference Books:
1. Computerized Accounting using Tally ERP 9, Sahaj Enterprise,
Tally Education Private Ltd (TEPL).
2. Vikas Gupta, Business Accounting with MS Excel and Tally.ERP 9 Course
Kit, Dreamtech Press.
3. Vishnu Priya Singh, Tally 9.
4. K. K. Nadhani, Accounting with Tally, BPB Publication.
5. K. K. Nadhani and A.K. Nadhani, Tally Tutorial, BPB Publication.
6. Mr. Ravindra Parmar, Tally ERP 9 with GST – Paperback


BCCA Semester – V
Paper  II – VB.Net

Welcome to Visual Basic.NET – Windows Versus DOS Programming, Installing Visual Basic.NET, The Visual Basic.NET IDE, Creating a Simple Application, Using the Help System. The Microsoft.NET Framework – Microsoft‘s Reliance on Windows, Writing Software for Windows, Common Language Runtime, The Common Type System and Common Language Specification. Writing Software – Information and Data, Variables, Comments and Whitespaces, Data Types, Sorting Variables, Methods. Controlling the Flow – Making Decisions, The if Statement, Select Case, Loops.

Working with Data Structure – Understanding Array, Understanding Constants, Structures, Working with Collection and Lists, Advanced Array Manipulation. Building Windows Application – Responding to Events, Building a Simple
Application, Creating Complex Applications, Using Multiple Forms. Displaying Dialog Boxes – The MessageBox Dialog box, The OpenDialog Control, The SaveDialog Control, The FontDialog Control, The ColorDialog Control, The
PrintDialog Control.

Creating Menu – Understanding Menu Features, Creating Menu, Context Menu. Debugging and Error Handling – Major Error Types, Debugging, Error Handling. Building Objects – Understanding Objects, Reusability, Our First Object, Constructor, Inheritance, The Framework Classes.

Accessing Database – What is Database, SQL Select Statement, Queries in Access, Data Access Components, Data Binding. Database Programming with SQL Server and ADO.NET –ADO.NET, The ADO.NET Classes in Action, Data
Binding. Deploying Your Application – What is Deployment?, Creating a Visual Studio .NET Setup Application, Assemblies as Installers, The Core of Deployment, Deploying Different Solution.

Text Book
1. Jonathan, Richard Blair, Beginning VB.MET 2003, WILEY, Thearon Willis.

Reference Books
1. Thearon Willis, Jonathan Crossland, Richard Blair, Beginning CB.Net 2003, Dreamtech Press, Wiley.
2. Jeffry R. Shapiro, The Complete Reference, Visual Basic .NET, McGraw- Hill.
3. Francesco Balena, Programming Microsoft Visual Basic.net, Microsoft Press.
4. Jeffrey Kent, Visual basic.Net – A Beginner‘s Guide, McGraw- Hill.


SEC – I – Skill Enhancement Course
Elective – I
Paper – III
Course Name – Management Information System

Management Information Systems: An Overview – Introduction, Need for Management Information Systems, Management Information Systems: A Concept,MIS: A definition, Management Information System and Information Technology, Nature and Scope of MIS, MIS Characteristics, Structure of MIS, Types of MIS, Role of MIS in Global Business, Challenges of Managing Information Systems. Information, System and Organization Concepts – Introduction: A definition, Types of Information, Information Quality, Dimensions of Information, System: A
definition, Kinds of Systems, System -related Concepts, Elements of a System, Information System, Organization : A Concept, Impact of Information System on Organization.

IT Infrastructure and Emerging Technology – Data Resource Management – Introduction, Database Concepts, Files : The Traditional Approach, The Database Management Approach: The Modern Approach, Database Management System, Data Models, Data Warehousing and Data Mining, Application of DBMS using MSAccess. Telecommunication and Computer Networks – Introduction, Telecommunications, Types of Signals, Communication Channels, Characteristics of  Communication Channels, Communication Hardware, Communication Networks,
Computer Networks in India, Internet.

E-Commerce, e-Business and e-Governance – Introduction, e-Commerce, eCommerce Sales Life Cycle, e-Commerce Infrastructure, e-Commerce Applications , e-Commerce Challenges and Opportunities, E-Business, e-Governance. Enterprise Systems – Introduction, Enterprise Systems, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) System, Customer Relationship Management(CRM) System, Supply Chain Management(SCM) System. Decision Support Systems – Introduction, DecisionMaking :A Concept, Simon‘s Model of Decision Making ,Types of Decisions, Methods for Decision-Making, Decision Support Techniques ,Decision Making and Role of MIS, Decision Support Systems (DSSs),Business Intelligence ,Knowledge Management Systems.

Information Requirements Analysis & Systems Design – Introduction, Systems Analysis, Requirements Determination, Strategies for Requirements Determination, Structured Analysis Tools, System Design. Evolution and Maintenance of IS – Introduction Evaluation Approaches, Evaluation Classes, Product-Based MIS Evaluation, Cost/benefit –Based Evaluation, Models Used in Evaluation, Processbased Evaluation, System Maintenance.

Text Book
1. D. P. Goyal, Management Information System, Vikas Publishing House Pvt Ltd.

Reference Books
1. Waman S. Jawadekar, Management Information Systems, McGraw-Hill.
2. D. P. Nagpal, Management Information Systems, S. Chand.
3. Dr. SushilaMaden, Management Fundamental and Information System, Taxmann.
4. S. Sadagopan, Management Information Systems, PHI.
5. A. K. Gupta, Management Information Systems, S. Chand.
6. Mahesh Halale, Management Information Systems, Himalaya publishing house.


SEC – I – Skill Enhancement Course
Elective – II
Paper – III
Course Name – System Analysis & Design

System Concept And The Information Systems Environment- Introduction, The Systems Concept, Characteristics Of A System, Elements Of A System, Types Of A System. The System Development Life Cycle – Introduction, System Development Life Cycle, Considerations for the Candidate System, Prototyping. The Role Of System Analyst- Introduction, Definition, Historical Perspective, The Multifaceted Role Of The Analyst, The Place Of The Analyst In The MIS Organization, Rising Positions In System Development, Conclusions.

System Analysis- System Planning And The Initial Investigation- Introduction, Bases For Planning In System Analysis, Initial Investigation. Information Gathering- Introduction, What Kinds Of Information Do We Need?, Where Does Information Originate?, Information Gathering Tools. The Tools Of Structured Analysis- Introduction, What Is Structured Analysis?, The Tools Of Structured Analysis. Feasibility Study- Introduction, System Performance Definition, Feasibility Study.

System Design- The Process And Stages Of System Design- Introduction, The Process Of Design, Design Methodologies, Major Development Activities, Audit Consideration. Input/output And Forms Design- Introduction, Input Design, Output Design, Forms Design. File Organization And Data Base Design- Introduction, File Structure, File Organization, Data Base Design, The Role Of The Data Base Administrator.

System Implementation- System Testing And Quality Assurance- Introduction, Why System Testing?, What Do We Test For?, The Test Plan, Quality Assurance,  Trends In Testing, Role Of Data Processing Auditor. Implementation And Software Maintenance- Introduction, Conversion, Combating Resistance To Change, PostImplementation Review, Software Maintenance. Hardware/ Software Selection – Introduction, The Computer Industry, The Software Industry, A Procedure For Hardware/ Software Selection, Financial Considerations In Selection, The Used Computer, The Computer Contract.

Text Book
1. Elias Awad, System Analysis and Design, Galgotia.
2.C.S.V.Murthy Management Information System , Himalaya Publication .


DSE – I – Discipline Specific Elective (DSE) Course
Elective – I
Paper – IV
Course Name – Cost and Management Accounting

Unite-I :- Cost Accounting
Meaning, Scope, Objective, Importance, Features of cost accounting, Function of Cost Accounting, Advantage, Element of cost, Cost-Absorption, Allocation of overheads and Methods of costing, Type of Costing, Difference between cost Accounting and Financial Accounting. Problems on Cost Sheet, Tender and Quotations. (Theory and Numerical )

Unit-II :- Process Cost Accounting
Definition, Features of Process costing, Advantages of Process costing, Limitations of process costing, Wastage and By-products, Normal Loss, Abnormal Loss/Gain, Joint Products, Difference between Process cost and Job cost. Problems on Process costing

Unit-III :- Management Accounting
Meaning, Definitions, Characteristics and Nature of Management Accounting, Objective, Importance, Functions of Management Accounting, Advantage and Limitations of Management Accounting, Difference between management Accounting and Cost Accounting, Difference between Financial Accounting and Management Account. Break Even Point Analysis (Theory and Numerical)

Unit-IV :- Ratio Analysis
Meaning, Importance, Limitations of Ratio Analysis, Use and Significance of Ratio Analysis, Classification of Ratio, Computation of Profitability Ratio, Financial Ratio with special reference to Current Ratio, Liquid Ratio, Inventory turnover Ratio, Debtors and Creditors turnover Ratio, Fixed Assets turnover Ratio, Debt-Equity Ratio, Working Capital Ratio, earnings per share Ratio, Gross Profit Ratio, Net Profit Ratio, expenses Ratio, Operating Ratio. (Theory and Numerical)

Reference Books:
1. Lal, Jawahar and Seema Srivastava , Cost Accounting. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co., New Delhi.
2. Nigam, B.M. Lall and I.C. Jain. Cost Accounting: Principles and Practice. Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi.
3. Mittal, D.K. and Luv Mittal. Cost Accounting. Galgotia Publishing Co., New Delhi.
4. Arora, M.N. Cost Accounting – Principles and Practice. Vikas Publishing House, New Delhi.
5. Shukla, M.C., T.S. Grewal and M.P. Gupta. Cost Accounting: Text and Problems.
S.Chand & Co. Ltd., New Delhi.
6. Maheshwari, S.N. and S.N. Mittal. Cost Accounting: Theory and Problems. Shri Mahabir Book Depot, New Delhi.
7. Jain, S.P. and K.L. Narang. Cost Accounting: Principles and Methods. Kalyani Publishers, Jalandhar.
8. Horngreen, Charles T., George Foster and Srikant M. Dattar. Cost Accounting: A Managerial Emphasis. Prentice Hall of India Ltd., New Delhi.
9. H.V. Jhamb ,Fundamentals of Management Accounting, Ane Publishing.
10. Drury, Colin. Management and Cost Accounting. Thomson Learning.
11. Lal, Jawahar. Advanced Management Accounting- Text and Cases. S. Chand &
Co.,New Delhi.
12. Khan, M.Y. and P.K. Jain. Management Accounting. Tata McGraw Hill, Publishing
13. Dr. Vijay Bagde, Dr. Pramod Fating, Dr. Sarang Javkhedkar, Dr. Milind Gulhane
– Cost and Management Accounting – Sir Sahitya Kendra, Nagpur
Note: Latest edition of text books may be used.


DSE – I – Discipline Specific Elective (DSE) Course
Elective – II
Paper – IV
Course Name – Corporate Accounting

Unit-I :- Company Account- Issue of Share Capital and Capital Structure Meaning of a company, Characteristics, Kinds of companies, Formation of company, difference between partnership and company , Difference between Private Limited company and Public Limited company, Type of Share, Kinds of Share Capital, Accounting for issue
and forfeiture of shares, re-issue of forfeited shares, meaning and need of De-mating ofshares. (Theory and Numerical)

Unit-II :- Final Accounts of Companies
Preparation of Final Accounts of Joint Stock companies with reference to Companies Act
2013. (Theory and Numerical)

Unit-III : Amalgamation and Absorption
Meaning and Definitions of Amalgamation and Absorption, Types of Amalgamation,
characteristics, Difference between amalgamation and absorption, Purchase Consideration.
(Theory and Numerical)

Unit-IV : Valuation of Share
Meaning, Need for valuation of shares, factors influencing valuation of shares, Kinds of value
of shares, Methods of valuation of shares. : (Theory and Numerical)

(i) Net Assets Method (ii)Yield Method (iii) Fair value method

Text Book
1. Corporate Accounting,V. Rajasekaran, R. Lalitha, Pearson.

Reference Books
1. Corporate Accounting, V. K. Goyal, RuchiGoyal, PHI.
2. Corporate Accounting, S N Maheshwari&Suneel K Maheshwari, Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Ltd..
3. Corporate Financial Accounting, Dr. S.K. Singh, SBPD.
4. Dr. Vijay Bagde, Dr. Pramod Fating, Dr. Sarang Javkhedkar, Dr. Milind Gulhane – Corporate Accounting – Sir Sahitya Kendra, Nagpur