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CA INTER – Cost & Management A/c – Prof. Abhijeet Sengupta

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  • Faculty:Prof. Abhijit Sengupta
  • Duration: 100 Hours
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  • Validity : 11/30/2018
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  • Applicable to MAY’19 & NOV’19  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.
  • Package contains Total No. of 185 lectures.

 

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.TopicDuration
Chapter 1 : Basics of Costing & Cost Concepts
Lecture 1BASIC THEORY PART I00.25.17
Lecture 2BASIC THEORY PART II00.15.01
Lecture 3CLASSIFICATION OF COST PART I00.40.03
Lecture 4CLASSIFICATION OF COST PART II00.27.17
Lecture 5BASICS OTHER THEORY PART III00.16.21
Lecture 6COST SHEET BASIC00.58.26
Lecture 7Cost_Sheet_Q.500.12.43
Lecture 8COST SHEET NOTES Q NO 600.19.32
Lecture 9COST SHEET NOTES Q NO 700.21.31
Lecture 10COST SHEET Q. 800.05.37
Chapter 2 : Material Cost Management
Lecture 1MATERIAL- INTRODUCTION00.27.57
Lecture 2BASICS OF EOQ00.40.54
Lecture 3WILSONS FORMULA VERIFICATION00.11.38
Lecture 4WILSONS FORMULA OF EOQ LOGIC00.15.01
Lecture 5MATERIAL NOTES Q NO 1,2 & 300.17.38
Lecture 6MATERIAL NOTES Q NO 4,5,600.23.59
Lecture 7EOQ MODULE Q 3, 4 & 500.10.52
Lecture 8EOQ Q 1800.09.43
Lecture 9EOQ Q 1700.11.55
Lecture 10EOQ Q 2000.09.04
Lecture 11EOQ Q 900.12.42
Lecture 12MATERIAL MODULE Q NO 600.07.17
Lecture 13MATERIAL NOTES Q NO 1200.19.19
Lecture 14MATERIAL NOTES Q NO 13 & 1400.37.32
Lecture 15INVENTORY LEVEL BASICS00.31.58
Lecture 16INVENTORY LEVEL FIRST QS. Q 25 & 2600.08.38
Lecture 17INV LEVEL MODULE Q 8 & 900.20.07
Lecture 18INVENTORY LEVEL QS00.10.30
Lecture 19INV LEVEL LOGIC00.24.25
Lecture 20VALUATION OF MATERIAL RECEIPTS BASICS00.25.27
Lecture 21EG OF VALUATION OF MATERIAL RECEIPTS00.10.36
Lecture 22MATERIAL NORMAL ABNORMAL LOSS EXPLANATION00.43.16
Lecture 23VALUATION OF MATERIAL RECEIPTS MODULE Q 1 & 200.08.25
Lecture 24MATERIAL ISSUE EXPLANATION00.44.40
Lecture 25FIFO LIFO Q00.19.19
Lecture 26MATERIAL ABC ANALYSIS00.30.36
Lecture 27MATERIAL STOCK OUT00.24.58
Lecture 28MATERIAL- COST BEP00.33.05
Chapter 3 : Labour Cost Management
Lecture 101. LABOUR BASICS00.40.40
Lecture 202. LABOUR TURNOVER BASICS00.27.19
Lecture 303. LTR NOTES Q NO 100.03.54
Lecture 404. LTR NOTES Q 2,3,400.12.50
Lecture 505. LOSS DUE TO LTR Q00.13.38
Lecture 606. labour remunertion part 100.21.30
Lecture 707. DIFFERENTIAL WAGES HALSEY, ROWAN00.19.54
Lecture 808. HALSEY VS ROWAN 0061600.12.13
Lecture 909. ANALYSIS OF HALSEY & ROWAN00.21.58
Lecture 10010. LABOUR Q NO 2300.11.56
Lecture 11011. LABOUR Q NO 2400.10.07
Lecture 12012. EFFICIENCY CALCULATION AND TIME RT PC RT CONVERSION00.16.05
Lecture 13013. TAYLOR & MERRICK00.20.01
Lecture 14014. LABOUR  GANTT TASK, EMERSON, BEDAUX00.30.12
Lecture 15015. IDLE TIME & OVERTIME00.43.02
Chapter 4 : Overheads
Lecture 1Basics00.26.00
Lecture 2Apportionment Part 100.07.05
Lecture 3Apportionment Part 200.07.50
Lecture 4Apportionment Ques00.19.58
Lecture 5Reapportionment00.04.20
Lecture 6Reapportionment Ques 300.06.17
Lecture 7Ques on Reciprocal Method00.27.52
Lecture 8Overhead Recovery Rates00.28.19
Lecture 9Ques 1300.18.25
Lecture 10Ques 1400.19.28
Lecture 11Under or Over Absorption00.30.09
Lecture 12Ques on Under or Over Absorption00.16.17
Lecture 13Ques 1700.10.00
Lecture 14Notes Ques 18 & 1900.16.17
Lecture 15Mod Ques 1 & 200.11.49
Lecture 16Mod Ques 300.12.14
Lecture 17Mod Ques 400.07.07
Lecture 18Mod Ques 5 & 600.14.47
Lecture 19Mod Ques 700.20.10
Lecture 20Machine Hour Rate00.50.11
Chapter 5 : Methods of Costing
Lecture 1Job Costing : Basics & Q100.23.51
Lecture 2Job Costing Ques 200.15.47
Lecture 3Job Costing Mod Ques00.34.57
Lecture 4Batch Costing : Explanations & Ques00.35.17
Lecture 5Batch Costing : Mod Ques00.13.07
Chapter 6 : .Non-Integrated
Lecture 11.Non-Integrated Part 100.43.18
Lecture 22.Non-Integrated Part 200.27.23
Chapter 7: Contract
Lecture 1Contract 100.32.52
Lecture 2Contract 200.10.57
Lecture 3Contract 300.29.44
Lecture 4Contract 400.20.16
Lecture 5Contract 500.30.51
Chapter 8 : Process Costing
Lecture 11.process-basics-100.26.55
Lecture 22.Process-Basic Acc & Mod Q 100.20.09
Lecture 33.process-normal & Abnormal Loss-100.24.48
Lecture 44.process-normal,abnormal Loss & Abnormal Gain-100.31.52
Lecture 55. Process-mod Q2 & Q3-100.55.20
Lecture 66. Process-concept Of Process Stock-100.37.14
Lecture 77. Process-wip Basics-101.19.13
Lecture 88.Process-WIP without Op.WIP Eg00.12.44
Lecture 99.Process-WIP Eg2 without Op WIP00.20.18
Lecture 1010.Process-WIP with Op WIP00.20.14
Lecture 1111.Process-Mod Q4 Eqv Units00.17.37
Lecture 1212.Process-Mod Q5 Eqv units LIFO00.13.56
Lecture 1313.Process-Mod Q7 (Eqv units Avg)00.16.46
Chapter 9 : Joint Product By Product
Lecture 11.JPBP Basics00.30.40
Lecture 22.JPBP Joint Cost Allocation Method00.16.37
Lecture 33.JPBP Joint Cost Allocation Method Part 200.29.24
Lecture 44. JPBPMod 1 2 300.17.21
Lecture 55.JPBP Mod Q400.26.42
Chapter 10 : Operating Costing
Lecture 11.oc-basics-100.24.55
Lecture 22. Composite Units Abs & Comm-100.58.08
Lecture 33.oc Operating Cost Sheet-100.19.43
Lecture 44. Oc Mod Q1 & Q2-100.28.15
Lecture 55. Oc Mod Q 3-100.17.54
Lecture 66.oc Mod Q4 & Q5-100.37.04
Chapter 11 : Standard Costing
Lecture 11. Standard Cost Basics00.22.52
Lecture 22. Standard Cost Mat Var Basics-100.35.48
Lecture 33. Standard Cost Prac Ques00.08.32
Lecture 44. Standard Cost Logic of Price & Usage of Variance00.15.57
Lecture 55. Standard Cost Sub Usage-100.34.51
Lecture 66. Standard Cost Mod Q1,2,300.27.57
Lecture 77. Standard Cost Logic of sub usage & mix var00.33.19
Lecture 88. Standard Cost Mod Q4 & Q5-100.39.51
Lecture 99. Standard Cost Labour Var00.32.53
Lecture 1010. Standard Cost Sub Efficiency & Gang Var00.26.15
Lecture 1111. Standard Cost Idle Time Var-100.46.38
Lecture 1212. Standard Cost Mod Q6, 7, 8-100.47.03
Lecture 1313. Standard Cost Var OH Var Basics00.40.03
Lecture 1414. Standard Cost Fixed OH00.15.35
Lecture 1515. Standard Cost OH Variance00.08.31
Lecture 1616. Standard Cost Variable OH00.31.30
Lecture 1717. Standard Cost Eg on Var and Fixed OH00.26.21
Lecture 1818. Standard Cost OH variance Mod Ques00.32.48
Lecture 1919. Standard Cost OH Variance Mod Ques00.27.25
Lecture 2020. Standard Cost OH Variance Ques00.19.07
Lecture 2121. Standard Cost Sales Var00.15.43
Chapter  12: Budget
Lecture 11. Budget Basics-100.33.57
Lecture 22. Budget Flexible Budget Basics-100.36.28
Lecture 33. Budget Flexi Budget Semi Var-100.17.30
Lecture 44. Budget Flex Budget Mod Q1 & Q2-100.41.52
Lecture 55. Budget Flex Budget Q4 & Q5-100.37.05
Chapter : ABC
Lecture 1Abc -1-100.28.29
Lecture 2Abc -2-100.27.57
Lecture 3Abc -3-100.38.54
Lecture 4Abc -4-100.11.55
Lecture 5Abc -5-100.30.55
Lecture 6Abc -6-100.19.24
Lecture 7Abc -7-100.29.42
Chapter  : Marginal Costing
Lecture 1Marginal Costing -1-100.30.55
Lecture 2Marginal Costing -2-100.50.33
Lecture 3Marginal Costing -3-100.20.28
Lecture 4Marginal Costing -4.0-100.35.20
Lecture 5Marginal Costing -4.1-100.13.02
Lecture 6Marginal Costing -4.2-100.29.38
Lecture 7Marginal Costing -4.3-100.42.09
Lecture 8Marginal Costing -5.0-100.17.07
Lecture 9Marginal Costing -5.1-100.27.37
Lecture 10Marginal Costing -6.0-100.19.42
Lecture 11Marginal Costing -6.1-100.36.32
Lecture 12Marginal Costing -7-100.16.26
Lecture 13Marginal Costing -8-100.16.54
Lecture 14Marginal Costing -9-100.19.26

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