Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) conducts the examination which is a national level exam for the post of Junior Accounts Officer (JAO) so as to select the candidates which fit properly and are very talented. BSNL JAO Exam Pattern & Syllabus is the first step to check for the exam preparation. Junior Accounts Officer BSNL Syllabus with all details of topics is mentioned below so that it is convenient to study for the exam.
BSNL JAO Exam Pattern: The Written Exam will be objective type paper which will contain 2 papers for which 03:00 hours (180Minutes) time will be given to the candidates. The paper will contain the following sections along with marks ratio-
Paper-I: General English of 100 Marks
General Aptitude of 50 Marks
Paper-II: Financial Management/Cost Accounting/ Tax and Commercial Laws of 300 Marks
BSNL JAO Exam Syllabus: For PAPER-I, the syllabus constitutes-
General English: It will contain questions on Comprehension of given passage and Grammar, usage and vocabulary, antonyms, synonyms, idioms, phrases, verbs, adverbs, nouns.
General Aptitude/Awareness: Current events of national and international importance, Indian Polity & economy, Questions based on current affairs and knowledge of world, General Mental ability, reasoning questions both verbal & non- verbal, Quantitative Aptitude questions.
For PAPER-II, the syllabus will be-
Financial Statements: Basic concepts underlying accounting, Balance Sheet, Profit and Loss Accounts, Source and usage of final statements, Financial topics related to balances received and profit and loss accounts,. Analyzing financial performance, Financial ratios, Applications of financial analysis, Problems in financial statements and analysis, Break-even analysis and leverages
Advanced Accounting : Company Accounts introduction; shares & debentures etc, Company Accounts, final Accounts, Cash and fund flow statements
Financial Management : Goals of Financial Management, Key activities of Financial Management, Relationship of Finance to Accounting and Audit, Organisation of Finance Function
Financial Management in Public Sector Enterprises: Capital Budgeting, Long Term financing, Working Capital Management, Memorandum of Understanding, Financial Management & Control
Auditing : Nature, objective and basic principles of auditing, Techniques of auditing physical verification, examination of documents and vouching, direct confirmation, anlytical review, Planning and audit, audit programmes, working papers, audit process, Valuation of internal controls, Various types of Audit.
Bare Acts: Company’s Act 1956 (with amendments), Contract Act, Partnership Act, Payment of Gratuity Act, Consumer Protection Act