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BSNL Junior Accounts Officers (JAO) 2009 Sample Question Paper

Posted By : Ravindra Gogekar Rating : +84, -23
Rs.     Rs.     Rs.     Rs.           Share capital     400     400     Fixed Assets     400     320           Reserves     300     310     Investment     100     80           P & L a/c     60     66     Stock     300     200

Creditors     100     66     Debtors     100     400           Provision for taxation     75     10     Investment     100     80           Bank Loan           148     Bank     35                 Total     935     1,000     Total     935     1,000
(a) Provision for tax made during the year was Rs.   9,000 p.a.
(b) Dividend paid during the year was   Rs. 4,000 p.a.
Prepare Funds Flow Statement.

9. From the following particulars, find
(a) P/V Ratio.
(b) BEP Sales (in rupees).
(c) Margin of Safety.
Rs.
Sales 1,00,000
(") Variable cost 60,000
Contribution 40,000
(") Fixed cost 20,000
Profit 20,000

10. From the data given below compute the value of   current asset, current liability and liquid ratio.
Working capital " Rs. 60,000.
Working capital ratio = 3.5.
Current ratio = 4.5.
Stock " Rs. 10,000.

11. Prepare trading account of Archana for the year ending 31.12.96 from the following information :
Opening stock : Rs. 80,000
Purchases : Rs. 8,60,000
Freight inward : Rs. 52,000
Wages : Rs. 24,000
Credit sales : Rs. 14,40,000
Purchase returns : Rs.10,000
Sales returns : Rs. 3,16,000
Closing stock : Rs. 1,00,000

(a) Outstanding wages Rs. 1,000.
(b) Unrecorded cash sales amounted to Rs. 6,000.

12. Compute working capital turnover ratio :
Current Assets : Rs.
Stock 60,000
Debtors 40,000
B/R 1,00,000
Cash in hand 40,000
Cash at bank 20,000
Interest accrued 10,000
Prepaid insurance 30,000
Current Liabilities : Rs.
B/P 40,000
Outstanding expenses 20,000
Creditors 40,000
Sales for the year 4,00,000
Sales return 40,000