CBSE Class 12 Accountancy Sample Paper SA2 2014 (4)

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CBSE Class 12 Accountancy Sample Paper SA2 2014 (4)

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Scoring Key Time allowed:3 hrs

CLASS : XII Max.Marks:80

General Instructions:

1. All the questions are compulsory

2. Attempt all the questions

3. Show your workings wherever necessary

4. All parts of a question should be attempted at one place.

1. No interest on capital is allowed. (1)

2.a.Efficient Management.

b. Favourable location (1)

3. Realisation a/c Dr

To Partner’s Capital. (1)

4. A= 4/7-3/7=1/7


A:B=1:2. (1)

5. The amount not received on allotment or on calls is called ‘Calls in arrear.’ (1)

6. The shares are said to be undersubscribed if the number of shares applied for is less than the number of shares offered to public for subscription. (1)

7. Irredeemable debentures are those debentures that are not repayable during the lifetime of the company and hence will be repaid only when the company goes into liquidation. (1)

8. Capitalised value of profit=60,000*100/10=6,00,000

Capital employed=4,80,000

Goodwill= 6,00,000-4,80,000=1,20,000 (3)

9. (i)Bank Dr 28,50,000

To Debenture application and allotment a/c 28,50,000

(Being debentures issued)

(ii)Deb.appli.&allotment a/c Dr 28,50,000

Discount on issue of debentures a/c Dr 1,50,000

To Debentures a/c 30,0000

(Being application money transferred ) (3)

10. (i) Assets Dr 7,00,000

Goodwill a/c Dr 20,000

To Liabilities 60,000

To W Ltd 6,60,000

(Being purchase of Business)

(ii) W Ltd Dr 6,60,000

To share Capital 6,00,000

To Securities Premium 60,000

(Being Purchase consideration given as shares

Issued at premium) (3)

11.(i) Realisation a/c Dr 34,000

To Bank a/c 34,000

(Being bank loan paid)

(ii) T’s capital a/c Dr 70,000

To Realisation 70,000

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