BBA Bookkeeping Basic Accounting Previous year Question paper 2017

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BBA Bookkeeping Basic Accounting Previous year Question paper 2017
BBA Bookkeeping Basic Accounting Previous year Question paper 2017


B.B.A Examination, Dec. 2017 Bookkeeping and Basic Accounting

[BBA- 104 (N)]

Time : Three Hours ]                                                                            [Maximum Marks : 75

Note : Attempt all the sections are per instructions.


(Very Short Answer Questions)

Note : Attempt all the five questions. Each question carries 3 marks. Very short answer is required not exceeding 75 words.

  1. Differentiate between bookkeeping and accounting.
  2. What are the basic concepts of accounting ?
  3. How are accounts classified? State the rules of journalizing with respect to each class of account.
  4. Define bank reconciliation statement.
  5. Differentiate between profit and loss account and balance sheet.


(Short Answer Questions)

Note : Attempt any two questions out of the following three questions. Each question carries 7.5 marks. Short answer is required not exceeding 200 words.

  1. What are subsidiary books? Explain with illustrations.
  2. Explain the different methods of preparing trial balance.
  3. State the meaning of the following :
    • Petty cash book.
    • Adjustment for closing stock in final accounts.
    • Issue of bonus shares.


(Detailed Answer Questions)

Note : Attempt any three questions out of the following five question. Each question carries 15 marks. Answer is required in detail.

  1. Prepare three columns cash book from the following transactions :


2012                                                                                                                    ₹

July 1     Balance of cash                                                                               800

July 1     Bank overdraft                                                                               1,000

July  4    Received from Ram and                                                              3,000

Discount allowed to him                                                                              50

July 5     Received for cash sales :

Cash ₹1,000 and Cheque ₹ 500                                                                  1,500

July 8     Paid to Dinesh cash                                                                      300

Cheque                                                                                                            200

July 10   Furniture bought for private use                                               500

July 15   withdraw for office use                                                                 500

July 18   Received cheque from Rakesh and deposited into the bank 5,000

July 20 Gupta paid directly into our bank account                                  3,000

July 25   Sales against bearer cheques                                                          500

July 31   Salary paid to clerk for cash                                                             400

Rent paid by cheque                                                                                           300

Insurance premium paid by cheque

  1. On 1st April, 2012, Satyapal was the holder of 500 shares of ₹ 10 each of Motor Cars Ltd. He has paid ₹ 2 on application and ₹ 2 on allotment but he could not pay ₹ 2 on first call and ₹ 4 on final call. At a meeting of the Directors held on that day his shares were forfeited for non-payment of the first and final calls of ₹ 2 and ₹ 4 per shares respectively. On 1st May, 2012, these shares were re-issued as fully paid to Satyavan for ₹ 4,500 Give the journal entries for recording these transactions in the books of Motor Cars Ltd.
  2. From the following balances, taken from accounting books of Sri Om Prakash, prepare trading and profit & loss account for the year ended as on 31st March, 2012 and a balance sheet as on that date :

Head of Account                                                              Amount (₹)

Capital                                                                                 80,000

Stock  (1st April 2011)                                                      16,000

Purchases                                                                           75,000

Sales                                                                                    2,00,000

Sales Return                                                                      5,000

Purchases return                                                             2,000

Carriages inward                                                             1,500

Plant and machinery                                                      40,000

Furniture and fixtures                                                   5,000

Freehold properties                                                       4 5,650

Cash in hand                                                                    5,000

Discount (Cr.)                                                                  500

Sundry Creditors                                                             10,000

Sundry debtors                                                                28,000

Carriage outward                                                            400

Wages                                                                                30,000

Salaries                                                                              18,000

Factory Lighting                                                              800

Travelling expenses                                                        1,200

Bills payables                                                                   1,500

Rent, taxes and insurance                                             5,250

Drawings                                                                          5,000

General expenses                                                            12,200

Adjustments :

  • Stock on 31st March, 2012 was valued at ₹ 30,000 (market value ₹ 20,000)
  • Prepaid insurance amounted to ₹ 150.
  • Wages and salaries are outstanding amounting to ₹ 2,000 and 1,500 respectively.
  • Provide depreciation on plant and machinery at 5% and on furniture and fixtures at 10%.
  1. What do you mean by rectification of errors ? How errors are rectified ? Explain with examples.
  2. What do you mean by depreciation? Discuss the different methods of depreciation.

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