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Friday, January 18, 2013

MGT402 Assignment no 2 Due Date 22-01-2013


SEMESTER FALL 2012
COST AND MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING (MGT402)
ASSIGNMENT NO. 02
DUE DATE: 22nd JANUARY 2013
MARKS: 30
TOPIC TO BE TESTED:
• Process costing
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• To develop an understanding for the preparation of “Cost of Production report”.

ASSIGNMENT QUESTION:

Alec Ltd. is one of the largest electronic equipment producers in the country. It
undertakes the work according to the consumer tastes and preferences. Following data is
for the December 2012.
Cost from department - 1 Rs. 10,000
Cost added in department - 2:
Material Rs. 40,000
Labor Rs. 50,400
FOH Rs. 67,200

The quantity schedule shows that 20,000 units were received during the month from the

department - 1 and 12,000 units transferred to finished goods storeroom. 8,000 units in
process were 100% complete as to material and 60 % complete as to the conversion cost.
By using the above information, you are required to prepare/calculate:
1. Quantity schedule. 02 Marks
2. Cost accumulated in the department. 06 Marks
3. Accounting treatment / Cost apportionment. 09 Marks
4. Equivalent production units for material & conversion cost. 03 Marks
5. Per unit cost. 07 Marks

(NOTE: 03 MARKS FOR GOOD FORMATTING AND PRESENTATION)


IMPORTANT:

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IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS/ SOLUTION GUIDELINES/ SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
• Take help from internet for collecting the information.
• Carefully watch Lecture # 19 to 26 and consult the relevant material from handouts along with recommended/reference books books.
• Attempt the assignment by yourself and it will be entertained positively.
OTHER IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS:
DEADLINE:
• Make sure to upload the solution file before the due date on VULMS.
• Any submission made via email after the due date will not be accepted.
FORMATTING GUIDELINES:
• Use the font style “Times New Roman” or “Arial” and font size “12”.
• It is advised to compose your document in MS-Word format.
• You may also compose your assignment in Open Office format.
• Use black and blue font colors only.
REFERENCING GUIDELINES:
• Use APA style for referencing and citation. For guidance search “APA reference style” in Google and read various website containing
information for better understanding or visit
http://linguistics.byu.edu/faculty/henrichsenl/apa/APA01.html
RULES FOR MARKING
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• It is submitted after the due date.
• The file you uploaded does not open or is corrupt.
• It is in any format other than MS-Word or Open Office; e.g. Excel, PowerPoint, PDF etc.
• It is cheated or copied from other students, internet, books, journals etc.
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IDEA SOLUTION



My answers are:
Quantity schedule. 20,000
Cost accumulated in the department. Rs.167,000
Accounting treatment / Cost apportionment. 319,124
Equivalent production units for material & conversion cost.20000,20000,16800,16800 respectively
Per unit cost. 15.76, 2, 3 , 4 respectively n sum is 24.76

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1- QUANTITY SHEDULE
Units transferd 12000
in process 8000
2- cost accumulated
deprtmnt 1 10000
material 40000
labor 50400
FOH 67200 167600
3- accounting treatment
12000 x 9.5 114000
units in process
from dep 1 8000 x .5 4000
matrl 8000 x 2 16000
labor 4800 x 3 14400
foh 4800 x 4 19200
4- Equivalent units
material 12000 + 8000 20000
conversion cost 12000 + 4800 16800
unit cost
previous deprtmnt 10000/20000 0.5
material 40000/20000 2
labor 50400/16800 3
foh 67200/16800 4
per unit cost total 9.5
please share ur solution if this is incorrect.

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16 comments:

  1. Friends the solution of this question is available in your book you can solve this by seeing the lec # 20 in your handouts at page # 136...

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  2. per unit cost for total is calculated by this formula....
    so tell me if i did wrong because mine first answer is not matched with yours
    Total cost/ Number of Equivalent units produced = 157,600/10,000 = 15.76

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  3. please any one tell me when we calculate units in process than kya hum % ko per unit cost se multiply krty hn ya total amount ko....

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  4. unit cost
    previous deprtmnt 10000/20000 0.5
    material 40000/20000 2
    labor 50400/16800 3
    foh 67200/16800 4
    per unit cost total 9.5

    unit cost es trah calculate ho gi

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  5. total cost 167600 hi ap ne above 3 lac kahan se calculate kr li

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  6. (NOTE: 03 MARKS FOR GOOD FORMATTING AND PRESENTATION)
    as k lye kya keya jaye ????

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  7. BTW You did the mistake for that my answers were wrong i write 12800 instead of 12000

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