JAIIB Sample Papers 2012- IIIMumbai

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  • CompanyIndian Institute of Banking & Finance - IIBF
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JAIIB Sample Papers 2012- III:-

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

(a) Demand Deposits - Compulsory deposits under excise rules

(b) rebate on bills discounted - unexpired discount

(c) Operating Expenses Schedule 14

(d) Other Income - Profit on sale of investments less loss on sale of investments


2. The name of the accounts with the coverage of various items in building that account is given below. One of the items covered in on of the accounts is wrong. Select this account

(a) Closing balance of provisions held towards NPA - Opening Balance plus provisions made during the year less write off of bad debts/write back of excess provisions

(b) Interest Earned - interest on advances plus income on investments plus interest on deposit with RBI plus income earned by way of dividends from subsidiaries plus discount on bills less unexpired discount

(c) Reserves & surplus - Opening balance plus additions during the year less deductions during the year

(d) Term deposits - from banks and from Others


3. Identify a pair which is mismatch from the following pairs in respect of Company Accounts

(a) Miscellaneous Expenditure – Preliminary Expenses

(b) Contingent Liabilities – footnote to balance sheet

(c) Debentures – Unsecured Loans

(d) Outstanding Expenses – Current Liabilities


4. Identify a pair which is mismatch from the following pairs in respect of Company Accounts

(a) Discount on issue of shares – Profit and Loss Account

(b) Bill discounted – contingent liabilities

(c) Interest accrued and due on debentures – Secured Loans

(d) Mortgage Loan – Secured Loans


5. Companies are required to transfer certain percentage of their profit after tax to reserves, to declare dividend. The various rates of transfer based on the rates of dividend are given below in pair. Select the wrong pair.

(a) Rate of dividend exceeds 10% but not 12.50- Transfer to reserve @ Nil%

(b) Rate of dividend exceeds 12.50% but not 15%- Transfer to reserve @ 5%

(c) Rate of dividend exceeds 15% but not 20%- Transfer to reserve @ 7.50%

(d) Rate of dividend exceeds 20% - Transfer to reserve @ 10%


6. While preparing the final accounts of the company, the adjustments [(i) to (iv)] are to be made by passing necessary entries. One of the entries passed is wrong entry. Select the wrong entry.(i) Depreciate plant ,WDV of which is Rs.3,30,000 at 15% (ii) Write off Rs.5,000 from Preliminary Expenses (iii) Half years debenture interest due (12% debentures of Rs. 3,00,000) (iv) a claim of Rs. 25,000 for workmen’s compensation is disputed by the company.

(a) Debit Depreciation on plant by Rs.49,500 credit plant by 49,500 AND Debit Profit & Loss Account by 49,500 and Credit Depreciation on plant by 49,500

(b) Debit Profit and Loss Account by Rs.5,000 and Credit Preliminary Expenses

(c) Debit Debenture Interest by Rs.18,000 & Outstanding Liability for Deb. Interest by 18,000 AND Debit Profit and Loss Account by Rs.18,000 and Credit Debenture Interest by Rs.18000

(d) Debit Wages by Rs.25,000 & Credit Outstanding Liability for Workers compensation AND Debit Profit and Loss Account by Rs.25,000 and Credit Wages by Rs.25,000


7. While preparing the final accounts of the company, the adjustments [(i) to (iv)] are to be made by passing necessary entries. One of the entries passed is wrong entry. Select the wrong entry.(i) Provide dividend 5% of paid up share capital (Share capital of Rs. 5,00,000 consisting of shares of Rs. 10 each fully paid) (ii) Insurance for unexpired period is Rs.2000 (iii) A provision of Rs. 25,000 is to be made for income tax (iv) a provision of Rs. 5000 is to be made for doubtful debts

(a) Debit Dividend by Rs.25000 & Credit Bank by Rs.25000

(b) Prepaid Insurance by Rs.2000 & Insurance by Rs.2000

(c) Debit Profit & Loss Account by Rs.25,000 & Credit Provision for Tax by Rs.25,000

(d) Debit Profit & Loss by Rs.5,000 & Credit Provision for doubtful debts by Rs.5,000



8. In respect of asset side of the balance sheet one of the items is presented in a proper order, rests are disorderly. Select the orderly presented item from the following.

(a) Investments, Fixed Assets, Current Assets & Loan Advances, Profit & Loss Account(Dr. balance), Miscellaneous Expenditure

(b) Fixed Assets, Investments, Current Assets & Loan Advances, Profit & Loss Account(Dr. balance) , Miscellaneous Expenditure

(c) Fixed Assets, Investments, Current Assets & Loan Advances, Miscellaneous Expenditure, Profit & Loss Account(Dr. balance)

(d) Fixed Assets, Current Assets & Loan Advances, Profit & Loss Account(Dr. balance), Miscellaneous Expenditure


9. One of the statements in respect of Profit & Loss Adjustment account is incorrect, rest are correct. Mark the incorrect sentence.

(a) The account is credited with closing balance of profit and loss account of last year

(b) The account is credited with current year’s net profit

(c) The account is debited with provision for taxes

(d) The account is debited with provision for dividend


10. The two portion of each pair relating to partnership accounts has got some relationship. However one of the pairs is a mismatch and has no relationship. Select this pair from the following

(a) Management of business - business may be run by one or some or all partner

(b) Treatment of losses - insolvency of a partner

(c) Loan from partners - No interest as partners are owners

(d) Goodwill - super profit method


11. The two portion of each pair relating to admission of a partner has got some relationship. However one of the pairs is mismatch and has no relationship. Select this pair from the following

(a) Admission of a partner - gain ratio

(b) Reserves & surplus - Old partners

(c) Goodwill - new partner

(d) Revaluation of assets & liabilities - Profit & Loss adjustment account


12. The two portion of each pair relating to retirement of a partner has got some relationship. However one of the pair is mismatch and has no relationship. Select this pair from the following

(a) Retirement - voluntary action

(b) Gain - retiring partner

(c) Share of goodwill - borne by continuing partners

(d) Reserve & surplus - belong to all partners


13. If the partners capital accounts are fixed, where will you record (either debit side or credit side of which account ) the following transactions (i) Salary payable to partner (ii) Fresh capital introduced by a partner (iii) Drawing made by a partner (iv) Share of profit earned by a partner. The effect to one of the journal entries is wrongly given. Identify that account from the following.

(a) Debit side of partner’s current account

(b) Credit side of partner’s capital account

(c) Debit side of partner’s current account

(d) Credit side of partner’s current account


14. L,K and P are partners. The following differences as listed at (i) to (iv) have arisen due to misunderstanding. The answer to each point is given at (a) to (d). One of the solutions is incorrect. Identify the wrong solution. (i) L used Rs.25,000 belonging to the firm and made a profit of Rs.4,000. K wants the amount to be given to the firm (ii) P used Rs.10,000 belonging to the firm and suffered a loss of Rs. 3000. He wants the firm to bear the loss (iii) L & K wishes to appoint S as new partner. P does not agree (iv) L has given loan of Rs. 50,000 to the firm, he wants interest at 6% ( there is no partnership deed)

(a) K is right .L must pay Rs.29,000 to the firm

(b) P is right . Firm should bear profit as well as losses.

(c) P is right. No new partner can be admitted without the consent of all.

(d) L is right. He is entitled for interest at 6% in the absence of partnership agreement.


15. Below are some statements about partnership. One of them is correct, identify that statement.

(a) Partnership arises from reputation

(b) A partnership is formed only for a legal business

(c) The liability of partners is limited

(d) The business of the firm is conducted by two partners


16. O and P are two partners sharing profits in the ratio of 7:3. They admit Q into partnership as a partner from 1st April 2006 on 3/7th share in the profit. What is the new profit sharing ratio

(a) 14: 6 : 15

(b) 7: 3: 3

(c) 2: 2: 3

(d) None of the above



17. A firm earns Rs.10,000 as its normal profits. The rate of normal return being 10%. The assets of the firm amount to Rs.72,000 and liabilities to Rs.24,000. Find out the value of goodwill.

(a) Rs.52,000

(b) Rs.1,00,000

(c) Rs.28,000

(d) Nil



18. When a new partner gives cash for goodwill, the amount is credited to-----

(a) Goodwill account

(b) Capital account of new partner

(c) Cash account

(d) None of the above


19. If the goodwill account is raised for Rs.50,000, the amount is debited to-----

(a) The capital accounts of partners

(b) Goodwill account

(c) Cash account

(d) None of the above


20. A and B sharing profits and losses in the ratio of 2:1. C is admitted as partner giving him ¼ share. The new profit sharing ratio will be-----

(a) 2:1:1

(b) 4: 4:3

(c) 3: 3: 2

(d) None of the above



21. If the adjustment in the values of assets at the time of the admission of a partner shows a profit, it should be credited to the capital accounts of-----

(a) The old partners in their new profit-sharing ratio

(b) All partners in their new profit sharing ratio

(c) The old partners in their old profit sharing ratio

(d) None of the above


22. A, B and C are three partner sharing profits in the ratio of 3:1:1. C retires and his share is purchased by B. the new profit sharing ratio shall be-----

(a) 3:1

(b) 7:3

(c) 3:2

(d) None of the above



23. On the retirement of the partner, the profits on revaluation of assets should be credited to the accounts of-----

(a) All the partners in their profit sharing ratio

(b) The remaining partners in their new profit sharing ratio

(c) The remaining partners in their old profit sharing ratio

(d) None of the above


24. A, B and C share profits as 3:2:1. C retires. Calculate the gain ratio of A and B

(a) 3:2

(b) 1:1

(c) 2:1

(d) None of the above



25. Choose the incorrect statement in case of dissolution of partnership from the following statements

(a) On the dissolution of the firm , first creditors like wages outstanding etc. will have to be paid

(b) Goodwill will be raised in the books when a firm is dissolved

(c) The loan from the spouse of a partner is treated just like a loan from outside parties

(d) After the books are closed, no account will show any balance.


26. Choose the incorrect statement from the following statement which are pertaining to company accounts

(a) The company is an artificial person

(b) A member of a company may bind the company by its actions.

(c) The shareholders are not liable for the acts of the company

(d) The premium received on shares may be distributed among shareholders.


27. A new company cannot issue shares-----

(a) at par

(b) at discount

(c) at premium

(d) none of the above


28. A company wishes to pay dividend on shares. State which of the following may be used for the purpose.

(a) Premium of shares

(b) Profit on re-issue of forfeited shares

(c) General Reserve

(d) None of the above


29. If Rs.10 share has been issued at a premium of Rs.5, on which entire amount has been called up, has been forfeited for non payment of Rs. 4, the ‘Share Capital Account’ will be debited by-----

(a) Rs.15

(b) Rs.10

(c) Rs.4

(d) Rs.6



30. Money received in advance from shareholder before it is actually called up by the company is -----

(a) Debited to Calls in arrears Account

(b) Debited to Calls in Advance Account

(c) Credited to Calls in Advance Account

(d) Credited to Share Capital Account


31. If a share of Rs.10 issued at a premium of Rs.1 on which Rs.9 ( including premium) have been called and Rs.7( including premium) paid is forfeited, the capital account should be debited by-----

(a) Rs.8

(b) Rs.10

(c) Rs.9

(d) Rs.7


32. Dividend are usually paid on

(a) Called up capital

(b) Paid up capital

(c) Authorised capital

(d) None of the above


33. Preliminary Expenses is-----

(a) Fictitious Asset

(b) Current liability

(c) Current asset

(d) None of the above


34. A and B are partners sharing profits in the ratio of 3:2. C is admitted as a partner. The new profit sharing ratio among A, B and C is 4:3:2. Find out the sacrificing ratio

(a) 7:3

(b) 4:3

(c) 1:1

(d) None of the above


35. Choose the correct treatment for premium paid on ‘Joint Life Policy’ when premium paid is treated as an expense.

(a) Premium amount is debited to P & L account every year and when claim becomes due then to be shared by all partners

(b) Every year amount debited to Joint Life Policy Account and balance is shown on asset side at surrender value . The difference between surrender value and premium paid is written off to Profit and Loss account

(c) Joint Life Policy and Joint Life reserve Account are adjusted to bring them down to surrender value of policy.

(d) None of the above.

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.
 

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INDIAN INSTITUTE OF BANKING & FINANCE
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MUMBAI - 400 070
Phone : 91 - 022 - 25039746 / 9604 / 9907
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