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CA INTER – CMA -MAY’18

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  • Faculty:Prof. Abhijit Sengupta
  • Duration:63 Hours
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  • Applicable to MAY’ 18  Exams
  • Use of most lucid language .
  • Numerous practical problems.
  • Most student friendly approach
  • Discussion of all the complications and interpretations.
  • In-depth understanding of the topics.

 

Prof.Abijit Sengupta

He is from Nagpur and has an overall teaching experience of 12 yrs. He takes Face to Face classes in Accounting Academy, One of the premier Academies of Professional coaching in Nagpur. His Students call him as The LOGICIAN because of his Innovative style of Clearing Concepts like a Magician. He has contributed towards the success of around 50 AIRs in CA/CS/CWA courses. He has provided guest lectures in ICAI, Nagpur Branch, C & AG Office, Nagpur and Many Colleges Affiliated to RTMNU.

He is popular for his Practical approach clubbed with a Friendly and fun loving style. In his Student life he was  awarded with the Best Paper Presenter Award and has won many Elocution Contests.

CA Intermediate – Costing Index
Sr.No. Topic Duration
Chapter 1 : Basics of Costing & Cost Concepts
Lecture 1 BASIC THEORY PART I 00.25.17
Lecture 2 BASIC THEORY PART II 00.15.01
Lecture 3 CLASSIFICATION OF COST PART I 00.40.03
Lecture 4 CLASSIFICATION OF COST PART II 00.27.17
Lecture 5 BASICS OTHER THEORY PART III 00.16.21
Lecture 6 COST SHEET BASIC 00.58.26
Lecture 7 Cost_Sheet_Q.5 00.12.43
Lecture 8 COST SHEET NOTES Q NO 6 00.19.32
Lecture 9 COST SHEET NOTES Q NO 7 00.21.31
Lecture 10 COST SHEET Q. 8 00.05.37
Chapter 2 : Material Cost Management
Lecture 1 MATERIAL- INTRODUCTION 00.27.57
Lecture 2 BASICS OF EOQ 00.40.54
Lecture 3 WILSONS FORMULA VERIFICATION 00.11.38
Lecture 4 WILSONS FORMULA OF EOQ LOGIC 00.15.01
Lecture 5 MATERIAL NOTES Q NO 1,2 & 3 00.17.38
Lecture 6 MATERIAL NOTES Q NO 4,5,6 00.23.59
Lecture 7 EOQ MODULE Q 3, 4 & 5 00.10.52
Lecture 8 EOQ Q 18 00.09.43
Lecture 9 EOQ Q 17 00.11.55
Lecture 10 EOQ Q 20 00.09.04
Lecture 11 EOQ Q 9 00.12.42
Lecture 12 MATERIAL MODULE Q NO 6 00.07.17
Lecture 13 MATERIAL NOTES Q NO 12 00.19.19
Lecture 14 MATERIAL NOTES Q NO 13 & 14 00.37.32
Lecture 15 INVENTORY LEVEL BASICS 00.31.58
Lecture 16 INVENTORY LEVEL FIRST QS. Q 25 & 26 00.08.38
Lecture 17 INV LEVEL MODULE Q 8 & 9 00.20.07
Lecture 18 INVENTORY LEVEL QS 00.10.30
Lecture 19 INV LEVEL LOGIC 00.24.25
Lecture 20 VALUATION OF MATERIAL RECEIPTS BASICS 00.25.27
Lecture 21 EG OF VALUATION OF MATERIAL RECEIPTS 00.10.36
Lecture 22 MATERIAL NORMAL ABNORMAL LOSS EXPLANATION 00.43.16
Lecture 23 VALUATION OF MATERIAL RECEIPTS MODULE Q 1 & 2 00.08.25
Lecture 24 MATERIAL ISSUE EXPLANATION 00.44.40
Lecture 25 FIFO LIFO Q 00.19.19
Lecture 26 MATERIAL ABC ANALYSIS 00.30.36
Lecture 27 MATERIAL STOCK OUT 00.24.58
Lecture 28 MATERIAL- COST BEP 00.33.05
Chapter 3 : Labour Cost Management
Lecture 1 01. LABOUR BASICS 00.40.40
Lecture 2 02. LABOUR TURNOVER BASICS 00.27.19
Lecture 3 03. LTR NOTES Q NO 1 00.03.54
Lecture 4 04. LTR NOTES Q 2,3,4 00.12.50
Lecture 5 05. LOSS DUE TO LTR Q 00.13.38
Lecture 6 06. labour remunertion part 1 00.21.30
Lecture 7 07. DIFFERENTIAL WAGES HALSEY, ROWAN 00.19.54
Lecture 8 08. HALSEY VS ROWAN 00616 00.12.13
Lecture 9 09. ANALYSIS OF HALSEY & ROWAN 00.21.58
Lecture 10 010. LABOUR Q NO 23 00.11.56
Lecture 11 011. LABOUR Q NO 24 00.10.07
Lecture 12 012. EFFICIENCY CALCULATION AND TIME RT PC RT CONVERSION 00.16.05
Lecture 13 013. TAYLOR & MERRICK 00.20.01
Lecture 14 014. LABOUR  GANTT TASK, EMERSON, BEDAUX 00.30.12
Lecture 15 015. IDLE TIME & OVERTIME 00.43.02
Chapter 4 : Overheads
Lecture 1 Basics 00.26.00
Lecture 2 Apportionment Part 1 00.07.05
Lecture 3 Apportionment Part 2 00.07.50
Lecture 4 Apportionment Ques 00.19.58
Lecture 5 Reapportionment 00.04.20
Lecture 6 Reapportionment Ques 3 00.06.17
Lecture 7 Ques on Reciprocal Method 00.27.52
Lecture 8 Overhead Recovery Rates 00.28.19
Lecture 9 Ques 13 00.18.25
Lecture 10 Ques 14 00.19.28
Lecture 11 Under or Over Absorption 00.30.09
Lecture 12 Ques on Under or Over Absorption 00.16.17
Lecture 13 Ques 17 00.10.00
Lecture 14 Notes Ques 18 & 19 00.16.17
Lecture 15 Mod Ques 1 & 2 00.11.49
Lecture 16 Mod Ques 3 00.12.14
Lecture 17 Mod Ques 4 00.07.07
Lecture 18 Mod Ques 5 & 6 00.14.47
Lecture 19 Mod Ques 7 00.20.10
Lecture 20 Machine Hour Rate 00.50.11
Chapter 5 : Methods of Costing
Lecture 1 Job Costing : Basics & Q1 00.23.51
Lecture 2 Job Costing Ques 2 00.15.47
Lecture 3 Job Costing Mod Ques 00.34.57
Lecture 4 Batch Costing : Explanations & Ques 00.35.17
Lecture 5 Batch Costing : Mod Ques 00.13.07
Chapter 6 : .Non-Integrated
Lecture 1 1.Non-Integrated Part 1 00.43.18
Lecture 2 2.Non-Integrated Part 2 00.27.23
Chapter 7: Contract
Lecture 1 Contract 1 00.32.52
Lecture 2 Contract 2 00.10.57
Lecture 3 Contract 3 00.29.44
Lecture 4 Contract 4 00.20.16
Lecture 5 Contract 5 00.30.51
Chapter 8 : Process Costing
Lecture 1 1.process-basics-1 00.26.55
Lecture 2 2.Process-Basic Acc & Mod Q 1 00.20.09
Lecture 3 3.process-normal & Abnormal Loss-1 00.24.48
Lecture 4 4.process-normal,abnormal Loss & Abnormal Gain-1 00.31.52
Lecture 5 5. Process-mod Q2 & Q3-1 00.55.20
Lecture 6 6. Process-concept Of Process Stock-1 00.37.14
Lecture 7 7. Process-wip Basics-1 01.19.13
Lecture 8 8.Process-WIP without Op.WIP Eg 00.12.44
Lecture 9 9.Process-WIP Eg2 without Op WIP 00.20.18
Lecture 10 10.Process-WIP with Op WIP 00.20.14
Lecture 11 11.Process-Mod Q4 Eqv Units 00.17.37
Lecture 12 12.Process-Mod Q5 Eqv units LIFO 00.13.56
Lecture 13 13.Process-Mod Q7 (Eqv units Avg) 00.16.46
Chapter 9 : Joint Product By Product
Lecture 1 1.JPBP Basics 00.30.40
Lecture 2 2.JPBP Joint Cost Allocation Method 00.16.37
Lecture 3 3.JPBP Joint Cost Allocation Method Part 2 00.29.24
Lecture 4 4. JPBPMod 1 2 3 00.17.21
Lecture 5 5.JPBP Mod Q4 00.26.42
Chapter 10 : Operating Costing
Lecture 1 1.oc-basics-1 00.24.55
Lecture 2 2. Composite Units Abs & Comm-1 00.58.08
Lecture 3 3.oc Operating Cost Sheet-1 00.19.43
Lecture 4 4. Oc Mod Q1 & Q2-1 00.28.15
Lecture 5 5. Oc Mod Q 3-1 00.17.54
Lecture 6 6.oc Mod Q4 & Q5-1 00.37.04
Chapter 11 : Standard Costing
Lecture 1 1. Standard Cost Basics 00.22.52
Lecture 2 2. Standard Cost Mat Var Basics-1 00.35.48
Lecture 3 3. Standard Cost Prac Ques 00.08.32
Lecture 4 4. Standard Cost Logic of Price & Usage of Variance 00.15.57
Lecture 5 5. Standard Cost Sub Usage-1 00.34.51
Lecture 6 6. Standard Cost Mod Q1,2,3 00.27.57
Lecture 7 7. Standard Cost Logic of sub usage & mix var 00.33.19
Lecture 8 8. Standard Cost Mod Q4 & Q5-1 00.39.51
Lecture 9 9. Standard Cost Labour Var 00.32.53
Lecture 10 10. Standard Cost Sub Efficiency & Gang Var 00.26.15
Lecture 11 11. Standard Cost Idle Time Var-1 00.46.38
Lecture 12 12. Standard Cost Mod Q6, 7, 8-1 00.47.03
Lecture 13 13. Standard Cost Var OH Var Basics 00.40.03
Lecture 14 14. Standard Cost Fixed OH 00.15.35
Lecture 15 15. Standard Cost OH Variance 00.08.31
Lecture 16 16. Standard Cost Variable OH 00.31.30
Lecture 17 17. Standard Cost Eg on Var and Fixed OH 00.26.21
Lecture 18 18. Standard Cost OH variance Mod Ques 00.32.48
Lecture 19 19. Standard Cost OH Variance Mod Ques 00.27.25
Lecture 20 20. Standard Cost OH Variance Ques 00.19.07
Lecture 21 21. Standard Cost Sales Var 00.15.43
Chapter  12: Budget
Lecture 1 1. Budget Basics-1 00.33.57
Lecture 2 2. Budget Flexible Budget Basics-1 00.36.28
Lecture 3 3. Budget Flexi Budget Semi Var-1 00.17.30
Lecture 4 4. Budget Flex Budget Mod Q1 & Q2-1 00.41.52
Lecture 5 5. Budget Flex Budget Q4 & Q5-1 00.37.05
Chapter : ABC
Lecture 1 Abc -1-1 00.28.29
Lecture 2 Abc -2-1 00.27.57
Lecture 3 Abc -3-1 00.38.54
Lecture 4 Abc -4-1 00.11.55
Lecture 5 Abc -5-1 00.30.55
Lecture 6 Abc -6-1 00.19.24
Lecture 7 Abc -7-1 00.29.42
Chapter  : Marginal Costing
Lecture 1 Marginal Costing -1-1 00.30.55
Lecture 2 Marginal Costing -2-1 00.50.33
Lecture 3 Marginal Costing -3-1 00.20.28
Lecture 4 Marginal Costing -4.0-1 00.35.20
Lecture 5 Marginal Costing -4.1-1 00.13.02
Lecture 6 Marginal Costing -4.2-1 00.29.38
Lecture 7 Marginal Costing -4.3-1 00.42.09
Lecture 8 Marginal Costing -5.0-1 00.17.07
Lecture 9 Marginal Costing -5.1-1 00.27.37
Lecture 10 Marginal Costing -6.0-1 00.19.42
Lecture 11 Marginal Costing -6.1-1 00.36.32
Lecture 12 Marginal Costing -7-1 00.16.26
Lecture 13 Marginal Costing -8-1 00.16.54
Lecture 14 Marginal Costing -9-1 00.19.26

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