CBSE Class 11 Accountancy Sample Paper Set R

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Q.1 What is ‘Accounting’? 

Q.2 State one function of ‘Accounting’.

Q.3 “Every debit has a credit and every credit has a debit” is the main principle of….? 

Q.4 How does an accountant make sure about the correctness & authenticity of any business transaction before recording it into books. 

Q.5 Distinguish between ‘cash book’ and ‘cash account’ on the basis of any one point of difference.

Q.6 What is the prime objective of Trial Balance? 

Q.7 If the debit side of Trial Balance is not tallied with the credit side, where would you place the difference and at what side? 

Q.8 How is dishonor of Cheque received earlier from a customer recorded in cash book? 

Q.9 Distinguish between ‘Book-Keeping and Accounting’ only three point. 

Q.10 Name the terms used for the following:-

(i) Investment of ` 10,00,000 into business by raising Bank Loan.

(ii) The persons who still owes same amount to the business firm.

(iii) A discount which is allowed an cash as well as credit sale of goods.

Q.11 Distinguish between ‘capital expenditure’ and ‘Revenue’ expenditure on the basis of any there points.

Q.12 Explain in brief objectives of ‘Accounting’. 

Q.13 Point out suitable example for each of the following. 

i. Increase in assets results in increase in liability.

ii. Increase in liability results in decrease in capital.

iii. Increase in assets results in decrease in another assets.

iv. Decrease in assets result in decrease in liability.

Q.14 Classify the following accounts as per the British approach :-

(i) Goodwill

(ii) State Bank of India

(iii) Rent Received

(iv) Accrued commission

(v) Investments

(vi) Salaries due

(vii) Proprietor’s a/c

(viii) Stationery

Q.15 Name one source documents and vouchers to be prepare under following transactions:- 

i. Goods worth ` 20,000 sold to Brijesh at 25% profit.

ii. Cash ` 15,000 deposited into bank.

iii. Goods of ` 9,000 returned to Manoj.

iv. Purchased goods from Vimal for cash ` 12,000

v. Rent paid ` 8,000.

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