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Bachelor’s Preparatory Programme (B.P.P.)

(For Non 10+2)

Term-End Examination (T.E.E.)

 

June 2010

 

PCO-101 : Preparatory Course in Commerce

 

Time : 2 hours

Maximum Marks : 50

General instructions :

Preparatory course in Commerce (PCO – 101)

Questions 1 – 50. 

 (i) All questions are compulsory, each of which carries one mark.

(ii)  Each question has four alternatives, one of which is correct. Write the serial number of your correct alternatives/answers below the corresponding question number in the answer Sheet and then mark the rectangle for the same number in that column. If you find that none of the given alternatives is correct, then write 0 and mark in column 0.

(iii) Do not waste time in reading the whole question paper. Go on solving questions one by one. You may come back to the left out questions, if you have time at the end.

 

 

 

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1. The main function of Financial Accounting is to:

  1. Find out Gross Profit only
  2. Find out Net Profit only
  3. Record all the transactions
  4. Record, classify and summarize the business transactions in a significant and systematic manner

 

2. Purchases Book is meant for recording:

  1. All types of purchases
  2. Credit purchases of goods
  3. Cash purchases
  4. Both cash and credit purchases

 

3. An expenditure on Repairs of machinery was debited to machinery. What type of error is this?

  1. Errors of principle
  2. Errors of commission
  3. Errors of omission
  4. Compensatory error

 

4. Sales returns book is kept to record:

  1. Returns of goods sold
  2. Credit sales of goods
  3. Credit purchase of goods
  4. Returns of goods purchased

 

5. The balance of cash book is:

  1. An asset
  2. An expense
  3. An income
  4. A liability

 

6. ₹ 1,000 paid as wages for establishment of a machine should be debited to:

  1. Machine A/c
  2. Cash A/c
  3. Establishment A/c
  4. Wages A/c

 

7. Trading account shows the:

  1. Net profit only
  2. Gross profit only
  3. Total of expenses only
  4. Total of incomes only

 

8. Wages outstanding account is:

  1. Real account
  2. Representative personal account
  3. Nominal account
  4. Both real and nominal account

 

9. Rent paid in advance is treated as:

  1. A loss
  2. A gain
  3. An asset
  4. A liability

 

10. Credit balance of suspense A/c will be shown in:

  1. Debit side of trading A/c
  2. Credit side of trading A/c
  3. The asset side of balance sheet
  4. The liability side of balance sheet

 

11. Main objective of preparing a ‘Journal’ is:

  1. To ascertain the financial position of the business
  2. To journalise the cash transactions
  3. To make posting in ledger
  4. To prepare a primary record of business transactions

 

12. Personal accounts are related to:

  1. Assets only
  2. Liabilities only
  3. Expenses only
  4. Debtors, creditors etc.

 

13. Real accounts are related to:

  1. Assets
  2. Expenses, losses and incomes
  3. Liabilities
  4. Gains

 

14. Nominal accounts are related to:

  1. Assets
  2. Liabilities
  3. Debtors, creditors etc.
  4. Expenses, losses, incomes and gains

 

15. Goods given away as donation would be credited to:

  1. Purchase A/c
  2. Sales A/c
  3. Cash A/ c
  4. Donation A/c

 

16. What will be the amount of capital if cash is ₹ 5,000; furniture ₹ 12,000; stock, ₹ 30,000 and creditors ₹ 5,000?

  1. 42000
  2. 41000
  3. ₹ 52000
  4. ₹ 47000

 

17. ₹ 4,000 received from Y whose account was written off as bad debts should be credited to:

  1. Y’s A/c
  2. Cash A/c
  3. Bad-debts A/c
  4. Bad-debts recovered A/c

 

18. Which of the following is not a current asset?

  1. Prepaid expense
  2. Cash at bank
  3. Closing stock
  4. Goodwill

 

19. Pass Book is a copy of:

  1. Customer’s A/c in the bank’s books Cash
  2. Book relating to bank column
  3. Cash Book relating to cash column
  4. Firm’s receipts and payments

 

20. Bank reconciliation statement can be prepared with the balance of which of the following book (s) as a starting point?

  1. Cash Book only
  2. Pass Book only
  3. Either Cash Book or Pass Book
  4. Neither Cash Book nor Pass Book

 

21. Unfavourable bank balance refers to:

  1. Credit balance of the Cash Book
  2. Credit balance of the Pass Book
  3. Debit balance of the Cash Book
  4. Favourable balance of the Cash Book

 

22. Bank Reconciliation statement is prepared by:

  1. Auditor of the bank
  2. Creditors
  3. Bank
  4. Customers of the bank

 

23. Sale of typewriter that has been used in office should be credited to:

  1. Sales A/c
  2. Cash A/c
  3. Capital A/c
  4. Typewriter A/c

 

24. Rent paid to Landlord ₹ 500 was credited to Rent A/c with ₹ 5,000. In the rectifying entry, Rent A/c will be debited with:

  1. ₹ 5000
  2. ₹ 500
  3. ₹ 5500
  4. ₹ 4500

 

25. Purchased Goods from Y for ₹ 3,600 but it was credited to Y as ₹ 6300. In rectifying entry Y A/c will be debited with:

  1. ₹ 9900
  2. ₹ 2700
  3. ₹ 3600
  4. ₹ 6300

 

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26. Goods returned by Z for ₹ 4,200 was debited to Z as ₹ 2,400. In rectifying entry Z‘s A/c will be credited with:

  1. ₹ 1800
  2. ₹ 2400
  3. ₹ 4200
  4. ₹ 6600

 

27. Goods sold to Ram for ₹ 640 was debited to in his A/c as ₹ 460. In the rectifying entry Ram’s A/c will be debited with:

  1. ₹ 180
  2. ₹ 460
  3. ₹ 640
  4. ₹ 1100

 

28. All the direct expenses are shown in:

  1. Profit and loss A/c
  2. Trading A/c
  3. Profit and loss appropriation
  4. A/c Balance sheet

 

29. Building is a:

  1. Current Asset
  2. Tangible Fixed Asset
  3. Intangible Asset
  4. Liability

 

30. Bank overdraft is a:

  1. Current liability
  2. Long-term liability
  3. Current asset
  4. Fixed asset

 

31. Sales Returns Journal is also called:

  1. Day Book
  2. Primary Book
  3. Invoice Book
  4. Returns Inwards Journal

 

32. Profit and loss A/c is prepared to find out:

  1. Gross Profit
  2. Capital
  3. Cost of Goods Sold
  4. Net profit/Net loss

 

33. Trademarks are treated as a:

  1. Current asset
  2. Fictitious asset
  3. Tangible asset
  4. Intangible asset

 

34. Preliminary expenses are shown in balance sheet as a:

  1. Fixed asset
  2. Tangible asset
  3. Intangible asset
  4. Fictitious asset

 

35. Posting will be done in the:

  1. Trial Balance
  2. Ledger
  3. Journal
  4. Trading A/c

 

 

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36. Depreciation on building will be charged to:

  1. Trading A/c
  2. Profit and loss A/c
  3. Manufacturing A/c
  4. Profit and loss appropriation A/c

 

37. Balance sheet is a statement containing the assets and liabilities of a business:

  1. On a particular date
  2. On a particular period
  3. Both (1) and (2)
  4. None of the above

 

38. Revenue is said to be realized when:

  1. The sale is made
  2. Goods is manufactured
  3. Cash is received
  4. Both (1) and (2)

 

39. Underwriting commission is an example of:

  1. Capital expenditure
  2. Capital loss
  3. Revenue expenditure
  4. Deferred revenue expenditure

 

40. Sales is equal to:

  1. Cost of goods sold + gross profit
  2. Cost of goods sold – gross profit
  3. Gross profit – cost of goods sold
  4. Gross profit + closing stock

 

41. Which of the following account is prepared to find out the cost of production?

  1. Manufacturing A/c
  2. Trading A/c
  3. Profit and loss A/c
  4. Profit and loss appropriation A/c

 

42. Which of the following transactions shall not be recorded in the books of a business unit?

  1. The manager appointed Ganesh as an assistant
  2. Purchased a machine for the factory
  3. The proprietor took away same goods from his shop
  4. Paid wages to factory workers

 

43. If the profit is 1/3 of cost price, then it is:

  1. ¼ of the sale price
  2. 1/3 of the sale price
  3. ½ of the sale price
  4. 1/5 of the sale price

 

44. Interest on drawings is regarded as:

  1. Expenditure of the business
  2. Gain for the business
  3. Profit for the business
  4. Capital for the business

 

45. A firm pays its manager a commission @ 10% of profits arrived at after charging such commission. What will be the commission if the profits before charging such commission were ₹ 22,000?

  1. ₹ 2,000
  2. ₹ 2,200
  3. ₹ 2,445
  4. ₹ 1,100

 

46. Which of the following is deducted out of the current assets to arrive at the amount of liquid assets?

  1. Stock
  2. Debtors
  3. B / R
  4. Cash

 

47. Rent and taxes are shown on the:

  1. Debit side of trading A/c
  2. Credit side of trading A/c
  3. Debit side of profit and loss A/c
  4. Credit side of profit and loss A/c

 

48. Accrued income shown in Trial Balance will be shown in:

  1. Trading A/c
  2. Manufacturing A/c
  3. Profit and Loss A/c
  4. Balance Sheet

 

49. Under which concept the firm should be considered as a continuing unit and not as one closing down:

  1. Legal aspect concept
  2. Matching concept
  3. Going concern concept
  4. Materiality concept

 

50. Capital on 1st January, 2008 was ₹ 50,000 on October 1, 2008 proprietor introduced further capital of ₹ 10,000. The interest at 5% is to be allowed on capital. The interest on capital for the year 2008 will be:

  1. ₹ 2625
  2. ₹ 2750
  3. ₹ 2500
  4. ₹ 3000

 

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