JAIIB Sample Papers 2012- IIMumbai

  • CategoryBanking
  • Sub CategoryPlacement Papers
  • LocationMumbai
  • CompanyIndian Institute of Banking & Finance - IIBF
  • Posted date on our Website15 October 2011

User Ratings

4 out of 5 based on 28 Ratings.
Here are the details of JAIIB Sample Papers 2012- II job in Indian Institute of Banking & Finance - IIBF. This job or placement paper has been sourced from either company website or newspaper or other media and from students who appeared for this job. User is requested to verify the data before applying for the job.

JAIIB Sample Papers 2012  with Answers, Solutions, JAIIB Question Papers, Sample Papers of JAIIB.

JAIIB Sample Papers 2012- II:-

1. Select from the following , a statement which speaks about liabilities of an entity.

(a) The liabilities consist of claims of the owners

(b) The liabilities consist of claims of the owners and outsiders

(c) The liabilities consist of claims of the outsiders

(d) None of the above


2. If the net worth of the business is Rs.500, fixed assets are Rs. 500, current assets Rs.300, investments Rs.300, current liabilities Rs. Nil, what is the amount of claim to outsiders?

(a) Rs. Nil

(b) Rs. 1100

(c) Rs.500

(d) Rs.600


3. Select from the following a sentence which is wrong

(a) If assets increase and liabilities do not , the capital will increase

(b) If assets increase and liabilities also increase by same sum , the capital will remain same

(c) A reduction in the amount of assets will amount to equivalent reduction in the net worth

(d) An increase in the amount of liabilities with no corresponding increase in liabilities will increase the amount of capital


4. The firm sells goods on credit for Rs.50000, the cost of the goods sold is Rs.30000.The effect of the transaction is that, the capital of the firm-----

(a) increases by Rs.50000

(b) reduces by Rs.40000

(c) increases by Rs. 20000

(d) reduces by Rs. 20000


5. Mr.Ghatge commenced his business on 1st April, 2006 with Capital of Rs.1,00,000. He did good business during the year and earned handsome profit. At the end of 31st March, 2007, his financial position was: Fixed Assets Rs.1, 20,000 and bank balance of Rs.33000 and Creditors Rs. 17000. What was his net profit for the year 05-06?

(a) Rs. 36000

(b) Rs.70000

(c) Rs.53000

(d) None of the above


6. One of the pairs given below is wrong. Select the wrong pair.

(a) Outstanding expenses - Nominal account

(b) Profit and Loss Account (Dr. balance) – Application of funds

(c) Net worth less reserves & surplus - Capital

(d) Balance sheet - Financial position


7. Choose the sentence which speak about illegal association

(a) The unregistered association of 10 persons to do banking business

(b) The unregistered association of 50 persons to do non banking business

(c) The unregistered association of 20 persons to do business other than banking

(d) The unregistered association of 10 persons to do business other than banking


8. From the following ,find a sentence which is false in respect of partnership

(a) If the partnership is following the “Fixed Capital Account Method” salary payable to a partner is credited to the partner’s current account

(b) Drawings made by partners are never entered in the Profit and Loss Appropriation Account.

(c) In the “Fluctuating Capital Account Method” the balance in the capital account always remains the same

(d) The capital account of a partner is required to be opened in both the Fixed Capital Account Method and Fluctuating Capital Account Method


9. From the account given below, select the account which is wrongly included in Profit & Loss Appropriation Account at the debit side

a. Drawings Account

b. Partners Salary Account

c. Interest on Loan Account

d. Commission to Partners Account


10. The average net profits expected are Rs.108000 per annum before charging remuneration of Rs. 18000 to partner . The capital employed in the business is Rs.6,00,000. The rate of return expected on capital employed of a firm is 10%. What is the value of goodwill on the basis of two years purchase of super profits.

a. Rs.108,000

b. Rs.60,000

c. Rs.78,000

d. None of the above


11. A and B are two partners in a firm sharing profits and losses as 2:1. they admitted C as a partner with 25% share in the profits of the firm. Hence , the new profit sharing ratio , after admission of C would be -----

(a) 15:15:10

(b) 20:10:10

(c) 3:1:1

(d) None of the above


12. Mr. Q and Mr. R were partners of a firm sharing profit and losses in the ratio of 3:2. They take S into partnership. It was agreed that S will pay Rs.1,00,000 as his share of goodwill which will be retained in business and also bring Rs.3,00,000 as capital for one fourth share in the future profits. The book value of the stock was 41,000 but was to be revalued at Rs.50,000, Accountant has passed following entries, but Mr. Q feels that one of the entry is wrong. Select the wrong entry from the following.

(a) Debit cash and credit Goodwill for Rs.1,00,000

(b) Debit cash and credit S’s Capital for Rs.3,00,000

(c) Debit Goodwill for Rs.1,00,000 and credit Q’s Capital by Rs. 60000 & R’s Capital by Rs. 40,000

(d) Debit Stock and credit Profit & Loss Adjustment A/c by Rs.9,000


13. Read the following four journal entries which are passed to consider revaluation of assets and liabilities at the time of admission of a partner. One of the journal entries is wrong, choose the entry which is wrong.

(a) For increase in the value of assets-Debit Asset Account and Credit Revaluation Account.

(b) For decrease in the value of liabilities- Debit Liabilities Account and Credit Revaluation Account.

(c) For Profit on revaluation of assets and liabilities – Debit Old Partners Capital Account in old profit sharing ratio and Credit Revaluation Account

(d) For decrease in the value of assets -Debit Revaluation Account and Credit Asset Account


14. Any facts, observations, occurrences are called -----

(a) data

(b) record

(c) file

(d) system


15. In the books of ABC Enterprises, a partnership firm, when Mr. C, a partner decided to resign from the firm, a revaluation of assets and liabilities was done and Revaluation account was prepared which showed the following position: At the credit side of Revaluation Account, Stock A/c Rs.25000, Premises A/c Rs.52000 and Creditors A/c Rs. 8000 were shown while at debit side of Revaluation Account Reserve for Doubtful Debts A/c. Rs.15000, A’s Capital A/c.Rs.20000, B’s Capital A/c. Rs.20,000 and C’s Capital A/c. Rs.20000 were shown. Accountant has interpreted the Revaluation Account as follows. One of the interpretations by him is incorrect. Select the incorrect sentence.

(a) Stock is revalued upwardly by Rs. 25000

(b) Creditors are revised upwardly by Rs.8000

(c) Premises are revised upwardly by Rs.52000

(d) A provision on debtors of Rs. 15,000 is made for doubtful debts



16. Select the True statement from the following

(a) Interest on drawing is an income to the partnership firm

(b) Joint Venture is a permanent partnership firm

(c) Goodwill is a tangible asset of the firm

(d) In the absence of partnership agreement , partners share profit and loss in proportion to the capital contributed by the partners.


17. Select the incorrect statement in respect of companies.

(a) A member of a company can enter into contract with a company

(b) It is compulsory to register a joint stock company

(c) If all but one member of a private company becomes insolvent ,it affects the existence of the organisation

(d) Shareholders are not liable for the acts of the company


18. Select the incorrect sentence

(a) Whenever, there is no profit or inadequate profit, dividend cannot be declared

(b) The right to claim dividend lapses when there is no profit in case of cumulative preference shares

(c) When the company makes profit , arrears of preference dividend are cleared first

(d) The Act prohibits the issue of any preference shares which are irredeemable


19. Select the incorrect statement

(a) Authorized capital is the capital with which the company is registered

(b) Issued capital is equal to its authorized capital

(c) Authorized capital, issued capital, subscribed capital, called up capital and paid up capital cannot be same

(d) The amount which the company has asked its shareholders to pay is called up capital of the company.


20. Following are the journal during the process of application to allotment stage . One of the entries is wrong. Select the wrong entry.

(a) Debit bank account and credit share application account ( when application money is received)

(b) Debit share application account and credit share capital account (application transferred to share capital account)

(c) Debit share capital and credit share allotment account ( for recording allotment money being fallen due )

(d) Debit bank account and credit share allotment account ( for receipt of allotment money)



21. Select the incorrect statement in respect of calls in advance

(a) The company may accept from shareholders , the uncalled amount on shares even before it is fallen due

(b) The article of association must permit such acceptance of advance call money

(c) Interest on calls in advance can be paid but the maximum is upto 6%

(d) The amount of calls in advance is part of the paid up share capital



22. Select the incorrect statement in respect of utilization of share premium

(a) it is used for the purpose of buy back of shares

(b) it used for payment of dividend in case of inadequacy of profits

(c) it is used for writing off preliminary expenses

(d) it is used for issue of fully paid bonus shares


23. Mr. X was issued 100 shares of Rs.10 each. He failed to pay call money of Rs. 5 per share. The shares were forfeited and re-issued to Mr. Y at Rs.9. When the entry recording the re-issue of shares was passed in all, four accounts were affected. The debit and credit effect of these four accounts is given below. One of the accounts is given wrong effect. Select that account from the following.

(a) Debit bank account by Rs.900

(b) Debit forfeited shares by Rs.500

(c) Credit share capital by Rs.1000

(d) Credit forfeited shares by Rs.400


24. DT Ltd. issued shares of Rs.10 each at 10 % premium, payable on application Rs.2, on allotment Rs.3 (including premium), on first call Rs.2 and on final call Rs.4. One of the shareholders, applied for 100 shares but fail to pay allotment and first call money. At this stage, the said shares were forfeited. Select the account which was wrongly credited.

(a) Credit Forfeited shares Account by Rs.200

(b) Credit Share allotment Account by Rs.200

(c) Credit share premium Account by Rs.100

(d) Credit Share first call Account by Rs.200


25. Select the source which is not valid for issue of bonus shares

(a) Share premium

(b) Revaluation reserve created by revaluation of fixed assets

(c) Capital reserve

(d) Capital redemption reserve


26. The liability side of the balance sheet of ABC International Ltd. is showing following position: Paid up share capital Rs.25 Lakh ( 25,000 shares of Rs.100 each fully paid up)Share premium Rs.5 Lakh, Capital Reserve Rs. 3 Lakh, General Reserve Rs. 15 Lakh and Profit & Loss account Rs. 15 Lakh .It was decided to use minimum free reserve for issue of 1:1 bonus shares.. The accounts and the amount with which the account is debited are given below in sets. One of the set is correct. Select the same.

(a) Share Premium Account (Rs.5 Lakh), Capital Reserve Account ( Rs. 1 Lakh), General Reserve Account (15 Lakh) & Profit & Loss Account by Rs. 4 Lakh

(b) Share Premium Account (Rs. Nil Lakh), Capital Reserve Account ( Rs. Nil Lakh), General Reserve Account (10 Lakh) & Profit & Loss Account by Rs. 15 Lakh

(c) Share Premium Account (Rs.5 Lakh), Capital Reserve Account ( Rs. 3 Lakh), General Reserve Account (15 Lakh) & Profit & Loss Account by Rs. 2 Lakh

(d) Share Premium Account (Rs.5 Lakh), Capital Reserve Account ( Rs. 1 Lakh), General Reserve Account (4 Lakh) & Profit & Loss Account by Rs. 15 Lakh



27. Select the incorrect statement in case of Share Capital and Reserves and Surplus as shown in the balance sheet.

(a) Under share capital, the following order is maintained: Authorised capital, issued capital, subscribed capital

(b) The called up amount per share is indicated and in the amount column total amount i.e. number of shares multiplied by amount called up per share is shown

(c) The amount of unpaid calls is deducted from (b) above

(d) The amount of forfeited shares account is shown under Reserves & surplus


28. Select the incorrect statement in respect of form of balance sheet of companies(Liabilities side).

(a) sinking fund is shown under unsecured loans

(b) Loans and Advances from banks are grouped under the head Secured Loans

(c) Unclaimed Dividend is grouped under the head current liabilities

(d) Proposed dividend is grouped under provisions.


29. Select the incorrect statement in respect of form of balance sheet of companies ( Asset side).

(a) Live Stock is grouped under the head ‘current Asset’

(b) Balance of unutilized monies raised by issue is grouped under the head ‘Investments’

(c) Interest paid out of capital during construction is grouped under the head ‘Miscellaneous Expenditure’

(d) Vehicles are grouped under the head ‘Fixed Asset’


30. In case any sum has been written off on a reduction of capital or revaluation of assets, each balance sheet subsequent to such reduction or revaluation must show the reduced figures and date of reduction for a period of -----

(a) 1 year thereafter

(b) 2 years thereafter

(c) 3 years thereafter

(d) 5 year thereafter


31. One of the accounts is wrongly grouped under the head “Investments” while preparing the balance sheet of the company. Single out the wrong account.

(a) Investments in government or trust securities

(b) Investments in shares ,debentures or bonds

(c) Immovable properties

(d) Interest accrued on investments


32. One of the accounts is wrongly debited to “Profit and Loss Appropriation A/c” of a company. Name the wrong account debited

(a) Interim dividend

(b) Proposed dividend

(c) Provision for tax

(d) Capital redemption reserve



33. Select the false statement in respect of assets

(a) a banking company is allowed to acquire assets for its own use

(b) a banking company is allowed to grant loans against the security of assets belonging to its customers

(c) a banking company is allowed to take possession of such assets in case of default committed by the borrower

(d) a banking company is not allowed to sale the assets against the security of which it has granted loans


34. The scheduled banks are required by RBI to transfer at least ------ of their disclosed profit after adjustment/provision towards bonus to staff

a. 20%

b. 15%

c. 10%

d. None of the above


35. Select the incorrect statement in respect of “ financial Statements of Banks”

(a) a banking company is not required to prepare financial statements in accordance with Schedule VI of the Companies Act , 1956.

(b) The Act prescribes special forms of balance sheet and profit and loss account for the preparation of its final accounts

(c) These are set out in form A and form B of the first schedule to the Banking regulation Act, 1949

(d) Form A gives format of a balance sheet and form “B” gives the format of a profit and loss account


36. The financial statement of bank consists of ------- schedules

(a) 18 Schedules

(b) 16 Schedules

(c) 17 Schedules

(d) Schedules


37. Investments, Advances, Fixed Assets and other Assets are part of Schedule Nos.--respectively

a. 6,7,8,9

b. 7,8,9,10

c. 8,9,10,11

d. 9,10,11,12


38. Liability for partially paid investments in respect of banking companies is grouped under the head-----

(a) Investments

(b) Other assets

(c) Other liabilities and provisions

(d) Contingent liabilities



39. One of the items is a misfit in a group namely ‘other income’ of a banking company. Select this item from the following

(a) Income on Investments

(b) Profit on sale of investments

(c) Profit on revaluation of investments

(d) Profit on exchange transactions



40. In banking company, matured term deposit to be shown under-----

(a) demand deposits

(b) saving bank deposits

(c) term deposits

(d) other liabilities and provisions


41. Advances given to a staff by a bank as a employer should be included in-----

(a) other assets

(b) advances

(c) investments

(d) none of the above


42. 87.Depreciation on bank’s property is part of “Operating Expenses”. Some of the items included under this category are listed below. One of the expenses is wrongly included. Identify that item of expense.

(a) depreciation on motor cars

(b) depreciation on stationary and stamps

(c) depreciation on furniture

(d) depreciation on non-banking assets


43. Select the correct statement in respect of doubtful debts

(a) Which has remained NPA for a period not exceeding 18 months?

(b) Which has remained NPA for a period exceeding 18 months

(c) Which is considered uncollectible by bank/ internal auditor or RBI Inspection

(d) None of the above


44. The provisional requirement for standard asset is-----

(a) 0.40%(revised) of total outstanding

(b) 10%(revised) of total outstanding

(c) 40%(revised) of total outstanding

(d) 100%(revised) of total outstanding


45. The investment under “held to maturity” should not exceed -----of bank’s total investment.

(a) 25%

(b) 75%

(c) 5%

(d) None of the above


46. The list given below consists of various securities. Identify the security which is SLR security

(a) Securities issued by local authorities

(b) Shares

(c) Bonds

(d) subsidiaries


47. Acceptances, endorsements and guarantees are shown as-----

(a) other assets

(b) contingent liabilities

(c) advances

(d) other liabilities and provisions


48. Select the false statement in respect of banking

(a) A company accepting deposits for the purpose of lending or investment is a banking company

(b) A manufacturing company accepting deposits from the public and some portion of it is lending to its employees as home loans is a banking company

(c) A company besides accepting deposits and lending is dealing in goods in connection with the realisation of a security is a banking company

(d) A company besides accepting deposits and lending is in the business of collections or negotiating bills of exchange is a banking company.


49. The list given below provides the close relationship between the items of each pair. One of the pairs has no such close relationship. Identify this pair.

(a) Banking company – trustees and executors

(b) Form B - Profit and Loss Account

(c) Ledger book - Letter of credit register

(d) Other liabilities and provisions - Schedule 5


50. Choose the wrong pair from the following. The information given in the pair is pertaining to banking companies

(a) Reserves & surplus - Share premium

(b) Time deposits - Matured time deposits

(c) Borrowings in India - Refinance from NABARD

(d) Other Liabilities & Provisions - Inter office/branch adjustments(net)

Established in 1928 as a Company under Section 25 of the Indian Companies Act, 1913, Indian Institute of Banking & Finance (IIBF), formerly known as The Indian Institute of Bankers (IIB), is a professional body of banks, financial institutions and their employees in India. With its membership of over 700 banks and financial institutions as institutional members and about 300000 of their employees as individual members, IIBF is the largest Institute of its kind in the world and is working with a Mission “to develop professionally qualified and competent bankers and finance professionals primarily through a process of education, training, examination, consultancy/counseling and continuing professional development programmes”.

IIBF has collaboration with (i) Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) for offering CAIIB-linked MBA in Banking & Finance; (ii) Punjab national bank institute of information technology (PNBIIT) for an Advanced Diploma in Banking Technology; and (iii) Commercial Bank of Ceylon Limited (CBCL) for customized Certificate and Diploma Courses in Banking Studies for the bankers in Sri Lanka.

The Institute is managed by a Governing Council comprising eminent persons from the banking and finance sector, academicians and professionals. The day-to-day management of the Institute vests in the hands of the Chief Executive Officer who in turn is supported by a Deputy CEO, Director of Academic Affairs, Director of Examinations and Director of Administration.
 

Contact Details:

INDIAN INSTITUTE OF BANKING & FINANCE
Kohinoor City
Commercial – II
Tower-I, 2nd & 3rd Floor
Kirol Road
Off-L.B.S Marg
Kurla- West
MUMBAI - 400 070
Phone : 91 - 022 - 25039746 / 9604 / 9907
Fax : 91 - 022- 25037332

(Disclaimer : This Job or placement paper has been sourced from various sources like print media, Job consultants, past candidates, our users and/ or Company website. The posted date above means the date on which the Job was posted on our site and not on the company site. Users are advised to check with the company for latest requirements before applying for the job. Our website will not be responsible for any loss to the company or the candidate. We have no relation with the company and are not responsible for the validity of this Job. We donot charge the company or candidate or any student anything. If the respective company has any issue with the data provided or they want this particular job or placement paper to be removed they can write into us at infinitecourses@gmail.com)

Comments / Reviews / Queries On

  • sir, i am pnb employee. i want to know that how can i apply for jiib exam. i want to know about jaiib syllebus and books .when will be hold the next exam of jaiib? dushyant tiwari, on 10-06-2012 Report Abuse

  • Very good work. Better if with answers. Hemanta Das, on 20-05-2012 Report Abuse

  • please provide answers dewanshu, on 16-05-2012 Report Abuse

  • Pl submit the answers in the site or pl provide it by email. Very good questions, expecting the same kind in exam. PYARI VISWAM, on 15-05-2012 Report Abuse

  • kindly give us with answers SANKAR, on 11-05-2012 Report Abuse

  • kindly give us with answers SANKAR, on 11-05-2012 Report Abuse

  • sir kindly send me questions and answers for jaiib exam saket bhushan, on 09-05-2012 Report Abuse

  • plz give sample question paper. which type of question will be asked in jaiib exam. help me bharati, on 29-04-2012 Report Abuse

  • give sample questions on modul A of Accountancy-JAIIB(BUSINESS MATHEMATICS) sachin vasant govilkar, on 22-04-2012 Report Abuse

  • thank you for provide this sample papers ravu kumar, on 17-12-2011 Report Abuse
Click to See more Comments