2. Indian accounting standards 2: inventories.
3. Indian accounting standards 7: statements of cash flows.
4. Indian accounting standards 8: accounting policies, changes in accounting estimates and errors.
5. Indian accounting standards 10: events after the reporting period.
6. Indian accounting standards 11: construction contracts.
7. Indian accounting standards 12: income taxes.
8. Indian accounting standards 16: property , plant and equipment.
9. Indian accounting standards 17 : leases.
10. Indian accounting standards 18: revenue.
11. Indian accounting standards 19: employee benefits.
12. Indian accounting standards 20 : accounting for government grants and disclosure of government assistance.
13. Indian accounting standards 21: the effects of changes in foreign exchange rates.
14. Indian accounting standards 23: borrowing costs.
15. Indian accounting standards 24 : related party disclosures.
16. Indian accounting standards 27: consolidated and separate financial statements.
17. Indian accounting standards 28 : investment in(less)
Accounting for commercial enterprises. 2.
Accounting methods for hotels. 3.
Accounting for professional. 4.
Financial statements of hospitals. 5.
Branch accounts. 6.
Foreign branches. 7.
Insolvency accounts. 8.
Deficiency account. 9.
Accounts of insurance companies. 10.
Examples of profit and loss appropriation account. 11.
Example of fire and marine accounts. 12.
Life insurance. 13.
Government system of accounting. 14.
The Comptroller and Auditor General of India. 15.
General structure of financial administration of India. 16.
Accounts of government departments. 17.
Classification of receipts and expenditure in government accounts. 18.
Annual financial statement of government. 19.
Accounts and audit in railways. 20.
Inspection and local audit. 21.
Audit report of government accounts. 22.
Pension accounts. Index.
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Dyes and pigments. ii.
Natural dyes. iii.
Fumitories and masticatories. 2.
History and overview of work on natural dyes, masticatories and fumitories. 3.
Enumeration of dye, masticatory and fumitory resources of India. 4.
Dye, masticatory and fumitory resources of India. 5.
Literature cited. 7.
Appendices. "The present treatise, the most comprehensive publication in the field so far providing up-to-date information on nomenclature, English, Hindi and Sanskrit names, distribution, reproductive cycle, part(s) used, folk use(s), active constituents, and biological activity of 686 species belonging to 439 genera and 153 families of dye, masticatory and fumitory resources of India, which has huge demand in domestic as well as in foreign market.
Over 31 photographs, 1 histogram and 12 appendices enhance the value of the compilation significantly. This invaluable treatise with its comprehensive coverage of the subject would help new entrepreneurs, technocrats, existing units, professionals, institutional libraries or those who(less)
South East Asian Zoological Parks' Association (SEAZA). 2.
Methods of assessing zoo animal welfare and ethics in South East Asia. 3.
Zoo animal welfare evaluations in Thailand (I). 4.
Zoo Animal welfare evaluations in Thailand (II). 5.
Zoo animal welfare evaluations in Malaysia. 6.
Zoo animal welfare evaluations in Java, Indonesia. 7.
Ethics and welfare problems in three small zoos in Sumatra, Indonesia. 8.
Animal welfare evaluations in selected zoos in the Philippines. 9.
Zoo animal welfare evaluations in Vietnam. 10.
Ethics and welfare evaluations in Singapore. 11.
Taiwan's wildlife conservation and animal protection laws: problems and prospects. 12.
Can orangutans be exhibited in social setting to enhance welfare? 13. Need for zoo assessments to improve animal welfare in China and India.
14. Use and abuse of nonhuman primates in entertainment in South East Asia.
15. Exhibiting primates in naturalistic exhibit to maximize welfare.
16. Rehabilitation and release of orangutans in the(less)
3 Control accounts. 4 Suspense accounts.
5 Incomplete records. 6 Accounts of non-profit making organisations.
7 Partnership accounting. 8 Partnership changes.
9 Account of limited companies. 10 Accounting standards.
11 Departmental accounts. 12 Manufacturing accounts.
13 Cash flow statements. 14 Valuation of stock.
15 Capital reconstruction redemption of shares and debentures. 16 Sale of business to limited companies.
17 Published company accounts. 18 Interpretation and analysis of accounts.
19 Absorption (Total) costing. 20 Job, unit and batch costing.
21 Marginal costing. 22 Process costing.
23 Budgets and budgetary control. 24 Standard costs and variance analysis.
25 Capital expenditure appraisal. "Accounting: AS Level and A Level meets the requirement of the University of Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) syllabuses for AS Level and A Level Accounting, and is endorsed by CIE for use with these examinations.
This means that the book is suitable for one-year AS Level course(less)
Introduction to organic agriculture: 1. Organic agriculture: an overview.
2. Why organic farming? 3.
Organic farming verses conventional farming. 4.
Organic farming tactics. 5.
How to convert to organic farming? 6. Principles of organic farming.
8. Terminology used in organic farming.
II. Standards for organic agriculture: 1.
Definition and classification. 2.
Countries with a fully implemented, with finalized and with draft regulations with contact details. 4.
Countries with a finalized regulation--not yet fully implemented (8) with contact details. 5.
Countries in the process of drafting regulation (15) with contact details. 6.
Standards: Indian scenario. 7.
Key organizations working for promotion of organic agriculture in India. 8.
Guidelines of important standards. III.
Accreditation and organic agriculture: 1. Accreditation: an overview.
2. IFOAM accredited certification bodies.
3. The route to accreditation.
4. Group accreditation.
5. Accreditation: Indian scenario.
6. Accredited inspection / certifying agencies.
IV. Certification and inspection in organic agriculture: 1.
Executive Summary. 1.
An introduction to the Alpine vegetation and the Bugyals. 2.
The ecological expedition. 3.
Status of alpine meadows (Bugyals) and landuse practices. 4.
Status of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants. 5.
Wildlife and their habitats. 6.
The alpine grass cover of Uttaranchal. 7.
Conclusions and suggestions. References.
Appendices: 1. Major Bugyals in Uttaranchal their approximate size, number of livestock and landuse.
2. Location and general layout of transects used for Rapid Mapping Exercise (RME) in Alpine Region of Uttaranchal during ecological expedition.
3. List of MAPs recorded in the alpine region of Uttaranchal, altitudinal range and local uses.
4. Global and regional status of selected medicinal and aromatic plants found in the alpine region of Uttaranchal, their current local and commercial use and ranking according to distribution and use criteria.
5. List of local resource persons contacted for information on the MAP status and use(less)
1. The scope of advanced accounting.
2. Deferred debits.
3. deferred credits.
4. Profit determination.
5. Corporate dividends.
6. Accounting for dividends.
7. Surplus nature and sources.
8. Reserves and funds.
II: Bonds, Capital Stock and Depreciation. 9.
Bonds and bond investments. 10.
Accounting for bonds. 11.
Sinking funds and annuities. 12.
Depreciation problems. 13.
Depreciation on the books. 14.
Capital stock issues. 15.
Premiums and discounts, treasury and other stock. III: Valuation of assets liabilities.
16. Current Assets.
17. Fixed and wasting assets.
19. Intangible assets.
20. Fire loss adjustments.
IV: Financial statements form and arrangement. 21.
The Balance Sheet. 22.
Profit and Loss Statement. 23.
Statements of a manufacturing business. 24.
Statements of a mercantile business. 25.
Statement of affairs and deficiency statement. 26.
Methods of combinations. 27.
Holding Company Balance Sheet. 28.
Consolidated Balance Sheet and Income Statement. V: Verification and Testing of(less)
2. The accounting lab.
3. Harmonization of Indian accounting standards with international standards.
4. US GAAP and Indian accounting standards : a comparison.
5. Human resources accounting practices in public undertaking in India.
6. The balanced scorecard : an applied analysis.
7. Accounting and societal concept.
8. Mahajani system of accounting.
9. Existence of accounting in retrospect.
10. An accounting insight into treasury operations of buy-back of shares.
11. Financial statistics in national accounting.
12. Corporate governance the role of accounting professionals.
13. Financial performance analysis through MVA.
14. Managing NPAs in banks.
15. Transfer pricing and tax planning.
16. The theory of transaction costs : a frame of analysis.
17. Emerging issues in environmental accounting.
18. EVA as performance indicator : a case study of Infosys.
19. Accounting for electric power industry: the(less)
Concept of Accounting, Chapter 2. Accounting for Managers, Chapter 3.
Financial Accounting, Chapter 4. Understanding Financial Statements, Chapter 5.
Financial Statement Analysis, Chapter 6. Sources and Uses of Funds, Chapter 7.
Cost and Cost Accounting, Chapter 8. Job Costing, Chapter 9.
Process Costing, Chapter 10. Marginal Costing, Chapter 11.
Cost, Volume, Profit Analysis, Chapter 12. Standard Costing, Chapter 13.
Budgetary Control, Chapter 14. Capital Budgeting, Chapter 15.
Inflation Accounting, Chapter 16. On Intangible Assets, Chapter 17.
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