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Demo video lecture on Standard Costing by CA. Parag Gupta

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Posted On 25 July 2010 at 16:27 Report Abuse

Demo video lecture on Standard Costing by CA. Parag Gupta. Just see and feel the difference.


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Posted On 25 July 2010 at 20:27

Bhai its gud but it can be elaborated in more easy way because no need to take 15 min to tell it

CA Alok Modak
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Posted On 25 July 2010 at 20:57

Dear Naveen,

obviously You havent been to a lecture by Rakesh Agrawal Sir. (In Nagpur or Pune)

If you get a chance make sure u dont miss it..Its like 5 times better than the trailer i saw above.


This is my personal Opinion (no offense Intended)

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Posted On 26 July 2010 at 11:39

Superb explanation

Good job Naveen

But yes I agree with Gaurav that this is a bit long & can be short. But honestly, I think I will never forgot this story & will never ever get confused between quantity purchased & quantity used.

No teacher in Delhi explains the diff between quantity purchased & quantity used in Standard Costing.


Dear KzN,

I have several friends in Pune who has taught from Rakesh sir. As per them he is a good teacher but even he don't teaches the concept about quantity purchased & quantity used (no offense Intended).

Rahul Bansal

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Posted On 26 July 2010 at 11:41





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