Tamil Nadu State Board Accountancy Sample Paper for Class 12
Tamil Nadu Board of Higher Secondary Education Sample Paper / Model Paper for Class 12 Accountancy is given below.
Time : 3 Hrs
Class – XII
Max. Marks : 200
Section – A (30 x 1 = 30)
Answer ALL questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
I. Fill in the blanks:
1. Closing stock is valued at cost price or _________ price whichever is lower.
2. After providing provision for bad and doubtful debts, the remaining debtors are called as _________.
3. Trial Balance shows bank loan Rs.5,00,000 @ 10% on 1.4.02. Interest paid Rs.30,000. Interest outstanding is _________.
4. Statement of affairs method is also called as _________ method.
5. Tax authorities do not accept _________ method.
6. Under insurance policy method, cash is paid by way of ___________ every year.
7. Selling price of a plant is Rs.3,00,000, profit on sale was Rs.28,000. The Book value of plant is __________.
8. _________ Ratio measures the firm’s ability to pay off its current dues.
9. The relationship of net profit to sales is known as _________.
10. Cash budget is an useful tool for _________.
11. Mutual and _________ agency is the essence of partnership.
12. The credit balance of current account will be shown on the _________ side of balance sheet.
13. Undistributed loss will appear on the _________ side of Balance sheet.
14. Reserve capital can be issued only at the time of _________.
15. A Ltd. issued 60,000 shares of Rs.10 each, fully subscribed by public. Rs.7 per share has been called up, then _____________ will represent uncalled capital.
II. Choose the correct answer:
16. Accrued commission is ________.
a) Liability b) Asset c) Income
17. Trial Balance as on 31.03.04 shows Sundry Debtors Rs.80,500. Write off Rs.500 as Bad debts. The amount of provision for bad and doubtful debt at 5% will be ________.
a) Rs. 4,000 b) Rs. 5,000 c) Rs. 2,500
18. Under Incomplete Double Entry, Capital of a business is ascertained by preparing _________.
a) Trading A/c b) Statement of Profit or Loss
c) Statement of Affairs
19. Debtors on 1st April 2004 Rs.20,400 and on 31st March 2005 Rs.33,000. Cash received from debtors during the year Rs.60,800. Thus, Credit Sale made during the year is _______.
a) Rs. 73,400 b) Rs. 81,200 c) Rs. 48,200
20. If selling price is more than the book value of an asset on the date of sale, it is _______.
a) a loss b) an income c) a profit
21. Cost of an asset Rs.1,00,000. Rate of depreciation is 10% p.a. Depreciation is calculated under straight line method. Book value of asset at the end of second year is _________.
a) Rs. 90,000 b) Rs. 80,000 c) Rs. 70,000
22. Liquid Liabilities means __________.
a) Current Liabilities b) Current Liabilities minus Bank Overdraft
c) Current Liabilities + Bank Overdraft
23. _________ are those assets which are easily convertible into cash.
a) Current Assets b) Liquid Assets c) Fixed Assets
24. Budget is expressed in terms of
a) Money b) Physical Units
c) Money and Physical Units
25. The excess of average profit over normal profit is _________.
a) Goodwill b) Average Profit c) Super Profit
26. Under fixed capital method, the profits of partners will be transferred to their __________ accounts.
a) Current b) Drawings c) Capital
27. Under _________ method the new partner brings in cash for his share of goodwill.
a) Premium b) Revaluation c) Memorandum Revaluation
28. Calls in arrear is shown in Balance sheet as __________
a) deduction from called up capital
b) addition to paid up capital
c) addition to issued capital
29. When shares are forfeited the share capital of the company will _________.
a) remain the same b) Decrease c) increase
30. Capital reserve is shown on the _________ side of Balance sheet
a) Asset b) Liability c) Contingent liability
Section – B (10 x 5 = 50)
Answer any TEN questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
Answer to theory question not to exceed 50 words.
31. What is an adjusting entry?
32. Mention any two limitations of incomplete double entry.
33. What is Annuity method of depreciation?
34. What are the advantages of Ratio Analysis?
35. Write notes on Cash budget.
36. Mention any two differences between fixed capital method and fluctuating capital method.
37. What is forfeiture of shares?
38. Give adjusting entry and transfer entry for Depreciation on machinery Rs.5,000.
39. From the following information, find out total sales.
40. Tmt.Selvi & Company purchased an asset for Rs. 50,000. Depreciation is to be provided annually according to the straight line method. The useful life of asset is 10 years and residual value is Rs.5000. You are required to find out the rate of depreciation.
41. From the following particulars, calculate Debt-Equity ratio
42. J and K were partners sharing profits in the ratio of 3:2. J draws Rs.5,000 at the end of each quarter. K draws Rs.10,000 at the end of each half year. Calculate interest on their drawings at 10% p.a. for the year ending 31.3.2005.
43. Banu and Kala were sharing profits in the ratio of 4:3. Priya was admitted in the business as a partner with 3/7th share in the profits of the firm, which she takes 2/7th from Banu and 1/7th from Kala. Find out new profit ratio and the sacrificing ratio.
44. Z Ltd., forfeited 300 shares of Rs.10 each fully called up for non payment of final call money of Rs.4 per share. Out of these 250 shares were reissued for a total payment of Rs.2,000. Pass necessary journal entries.
Section – C (5 x 12 = 60)
Answer any FIVE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
Question No.45 is compulsory.
Answer to theory question not to exceed 150 words.
45.(a) The Trial Balance on 31.3.2002, shows Sundry Debtors Rs.1,25,000. Bad debts Rs.8,000.
1. Bad Debts to be written off Rs.5,000.
2. Provide @ 5% Provision for bad and doubtful debts and
3. Provide @ 2% Provision for discount on debtors.
Pass adjustment entries and also show how these items will appear in the final accounts.
(b) Mr. Sugan kept his books by incomplete double entry. He started business with Rs.3,00,000 on 1.4.02. On 31.3.03 his position was as under.
Additional capital Rs.10,000; and drawings Rs.5,000.
Ascertain the profit or loss made during the year 2002-03.
46. Explain the causes of depreciation
47. Explain the features and advantages of cash budget.
48. Explain the accounting rules applicable in the absence of partnership deed.
49. A company purchased a machinery for Rs.80,000 on 1.4.2001. On 1st October 2002, another machinery was purchased for Rs.48,000. On 30th September 2003, the first machinery was sold for Rs.48,000. Depreciation is to be provided at 10% p.a. on straight line method. The accounts are closed on 31st March every year.
Prepare machinery account and depreciation account for 3 years.
50. From the following calculate Gross Profit Ratio, Net Profit Ratio and Operating Profit Ratio.
51. Ravi and Arun are partners in a firm sharing Profits and Losses in the ratio of 3:2. Their capitals on 1.4.03 were Rs.1,60,000 and Rs.1,20,000 respectively. Drawings of the partners during the year were Ravi Rs.12,000 and Arun Rs.8,000. Following details are
a) Interest on Capital at and on drawings at 6% p.a.
b) Ravi and Arun to get a salary of Rs.10,000 p.a.
c) Ravi to get a commission of 10% on the net profit before charging such commission.
The net profit of the firm for the year ended 31.3.04 before making of the above adjustments was Rs.60,000. Show the Profit and Loss Appropriation account and Capital Accounts of the partners.
52. The directors of Ashok Ltd. forfeited 3000 shares of Rs.10 each fully called up, for nonpayment of first call Rs.3 and final call Rs.2 per share.
Out of these 2000 shares were reissued at Rs. 7 each as fully paid. Give necessary journal entries and prepare ledger account for forfeiture and capital reserve account.
Section – D (3 x 20 = 60)
Answer any THREE questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
Question No. 53 is compulsory.
53.(a) Mr.X maintains his books under incomplete double entry, you are required to prepare Trading and Profit and Loss A/c. and Balance Sheet as on 31.3.04.
(b) A and B were partners, sharing profits in the ratio of 3:2. They admit C as a new partner for 1/3 share on April 1st 2000 under the following terms:
a) C has to bring Rs.25,000 as Capital.
b) Goodwill is valued at Rs.26,000.
c) Land and Building be appreciated by 40%
d) Depreciate plant and machinery by 10%.
e) The provision for bad and doubtful debts was to be increased by Rs.800.
f) A liability of Rs.1,000 included in creditors is not necessary.
Pass journal entries. Prepare revaluation account, capital account and new Balance Sheet.
54. From the following Trial Balance, prepare Final Accounts for the year ending 31.3.2002
1. Closing Stock was valued at Rs.80,000.
2. Accrued Interest on investment Rs.500.
3. Commission received in advance Rs.4,000.
4. Depreciate Furniture at 5% p.a.
5. Provide Interest on Capital at 6% p.a.
55. From the following Balance Sheet calculate current ratio, liquid ratio, debt-equity ratio and proprietory ratio.
56. Prepare cash budget for the month of June, July and August 2004 from the following information:
a) Opening Balance of cash in June Rs.7,000.
b) Cash Sales for June Rs.20,000; July Rs.30,000 and August Rs.40,000.
c) Wages payable Rs.6,000 every month.
d) Interest receivable Rs.500 in the month of August.
e) Purchase of furniture for Rs.16,000 in July.
f) Cash purchase for June Rs.10,000; July Rs.9,000; and August Rs.14,000.
57. A Ltd. issued 20,000 shares Rs.100 each at Rs.120 payable as follows:
On application Rs. 25 On First Call Rs.20
On allotment Rs. 45 (including Premium) On Second Call Rs.30
The company’s shares were fully subscribed. Both the calls were made and all the money were duly received.
Pass journal entries. Prepare necessary ledger accounts and Balance Sheet.
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