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TYBAF Subjects Semester 5

TYBAF Subjects
(Semester 5)

(TYBAF means Third Year Bachelor of Accounting and finance)

Following are the list of TYBAF Subjects (Semester V):

1) Financial Accounting – V
2) Financial Accounting – VI
3) Cost Accounting – III
4) Financial Management – II
5) Indirect Taxes – I – GST
6) Management Applications – Management-II

TYBAF Subjects (Chapters)

Financial Accounting – Paper V

Chapter 1 – Underwriting of Shares and Debentures
Chapter 2 – Buy Back of Shares
Chapter 3 – AS – 14 – Amalgamation, Absorption and External Reconstruction (excluding inter–company holding)
Chapter 4- Internal Reconstruction
Chapter 5 – Liquidation of Companies

Financial Accounting – Paper VI

Chapter 1 – Final Accounts of Banking Company
Chapter 2 – Final Accounts of Insurance Company – Excl. Life Insurance
Chapter 3 – Non-Banking Financial Companies
Chapter 4 – Valuation of Goodwill and Shares
Chapter 5 – Accounting For Limited Liability Partnership

Cost Accounting – Paper III

Chapter 1- Uniform Costing and Inter-Firm Comparison
Chapter 2 – Integrated System and Non Integrated System of Accounts
Chapter 3 – Operating Costing
Chapter 4 – Process Costing – Equivalent Units of Production and Inter-Process Profit
Chapter 5 – Activity Based Costing System

Financial Management – Paper II

Chapter 1- Strategic Financial Managements
Chapter 2 – Capital Budgeting – Project Planning and Risk Analysis
Chapter 3 – Capital Structure Theories and Dividend Decisions
Chapter 4 – Mutual Fund and Bond Valuation
Chapter 5 – Credit Management

Indirect Taxes – I (GST)

Chapter 1 – Introduction to Indirect Taxation and GST
Chapter 2 – Levy and Collection of Tax
Chapter 3 – Concept of Supply
Chapter 4 – Documentation
Chapter 5 – Input Tax Credit and Computation of GST
Chapter 6 – Registration Under GST Law

Management Applications (Management-II)

Chapter 1 – Marketing Management
Chapter 2 – Production Management
Chapter 3 – Human Resource Management
Chapter 4 – Financial Management

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TYBAF Subjects
(Semester 6)

TYBAF Subjects
TYBAF Subjects Semester 6

Following are the list of TYBAF Subjects (Semester VI):

1) Financial Accounting
2) Cost Accounting
3) Financial Management
4) Indian Economy
5) Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
6) Indirect Taxes – III

TYBAF Subjects (Chapters)

Financial Accounting

Chapter 1 – Final Account For Electricity Company
Chapter 2 – Final Accounts For Co-Operative Society
Chapter 3 – Investment Accounting (w.r.t. Accounting Standard – 13)
Chapter 4 – Mutual Funds
Chapter 5 – Introduction to IFRS and Ind – AS

Cost Accounting

Chapter 1 – Budgeting and Budgetary Control
Chapter 2 – Absorption Costing and Marginal Costing, Cost Volume and Profit Analysis
Chapter 3 – Managerial Decision Making
Chapter 4 – Standard Costing and Variance Analysis

Financial Management

Chapter 1 – Business Valuation
Chapter 2 – Mergers and Acquisitions
Chapter 3 – Corporate Restructuring and Takeovers
Chapter 4 – Lease and Hire Purchase Financing
Chapter 5 – Working Capital Financing

Indian Economy

Chapter 1 – Introduction, Agricultural Sector
Chapter 2 – Industrial Sector
Chapter 3 – Service Sector, External Sector
Chapter 4 – Money and Banking

Security Analysis and Portfolio Management

Chapter 1 – Portfolio Management – An Introduction and Process
Chapter 2 – Portfolio Management – Valuation
Chapter 3 – Fundamental Analysis
Chapter 4 – Technical Analysis
Chapter 5 – Efficient Market Theory and CAPM

Indirect Taxes – III

Chapter 1 – Payment of Tax and Refunds
Chapter 2 – Returns
Chapter 3 – Accounts, Audit, Assessment and Records
Chapter 4 – Custom Act – I
Chapter 5 – Custom Act – II

Tips to score good marks in TYBAF Exam

  1. Don’t wait until the last minute to start studying: begin early. You’ll have more time to learn the topic and solve questions, the earlier you start.
  2. Remain arranged: Plan a study schedule and stick to it. Take time to rest and refresh during breaks.
  3. Regularly review your notes: Regularly reviewing back your notes will help you keep the content in your memory.
  4. Practice, practice, practice: By working through sample problems and completing sample tests, you can identify your areas of weakness and become familiar with the exam’s format.
  5. Ask for assistance if you need it: If you’re having trouble with the subject, don’t be shy to ask for assistance. You can seek advice from your teacher, a classmate, or a tutor.
  6. Get a good night’s sleep: The night before the exam, be sure to get lots of rest. A mind that has got enough sleep is better prepared to memorize and recall information.
  7. Arrive early on exam day: Arrive early on the day of the exam to give yourself time to settle your worries and mentally prepare.
  8. Stay focused during the exam: Avoid being distracted during the exam by remaining focused. Take a deep breath and return your attention to the activity at hand if you realize that your mind is roaming.
  9. Don’t waste too much time on any one question: keep an eye on the time. If you start to struggle, leave it and return to it later.
  10. Review your exam after you’re done: After you’re finished, review your paper for a while. By doing this, you’ll be able to correct any mistakes you may have made and provide any answers you’re not sure about.