BCAF-05: ADVANCED AUDITING (MAJOR)
This course aims at imparting knowledge about the advanced methods of auditing and there applications.
Audit of Limited Companies:
Inspection of documents Books and Registers. Audit of Preliminary expanses, profit prior to incorporation, public deposits, managerial remunerations, share capital. The Visible profits and dividends- meaning, provisions of Companies act in regard to declaration and payment of dividend. Auditor’s duties as regards to divisible profits.
Special Audit and investigation:
Audit of Banking Companies and Audit of insurance Companies. Investigation-Meaning, types, Distingtion between investigation and Audit, investigation when fraud is suspected, investigation when running a business is proposed to be purchased, Investigation on behalf of a Bank intending to sanction a loan to a concern, investigation under Companies Act 1956. Unit-III:
Audit of public accounts and Government Accounts: Legislature and financial control over revenue and expenditure of Government: Consolidated fund-Public Accounts and Contingency funds: CAG of India-Appointment, Duties and powers, audit functions by CAG: public account Committee: estimate committee: Committee on public undertaking: provision relating to audit of public undertakings: provision of companies act with regards to audit of government companies. Audit of banking companies, Audit of Insurance companies, Audit of Educational
Institutions, Audit of co-operative societies.
Auditing in an EDP Environment
Approach to computer Auditing, types of computer system, characteristics of an EDP Environment, Approach to auditing in an EDP Environment, Internal controls in
an EDP Environment, Special techniques of Auditing in an EDP Environment, Special considerations in case of stand-alone personal computers, Special consideration in case of on – line systems/data...
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