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How is yashwant mangal book for idt?

Anuj Mehta (Assistant) (221 Points)

02 August 2013  

How is Yashwant Mangal Book for IDT?

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CA Kunal Mishra (Consultancy Service) (172 Points)
Replied 02 August 2013

It will be helpful only when you join his classes.
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rahul (Chartered Accountant and CS Prof.)   (5470 Points)
Replied 02 August 2013

It is short version of bangur. good for revision. Past exam ques. and Practice ques. are not given in the book. so you cant fully rely on it..

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Anuj Mehta (Assistant) (221 Points)
Replied 02 August 2013

bangur book is never ending... so i plan to do Yashwant mangal + PM..

that shld be ok?

Udit Gupta (CA Final Student) (352 Points)
Replied 02 August 2013

Yashwant Mangal is good only for revision purpose if u have read the subject once before from any other text book.


U may use Tharun Raj's text book or V S Datey.

Tharun Raj's book is comparitively smaller and covers everything from exam point of view.

Good for conceptual understanding but case laws are not included so we have to read institute's material in addition.

CA Hemang Shah (PRACTICE) (658 Points)
Replied 05 August 2013

Its very good.....vese bi the day b4 exam sylabus kaha khatam hota he....me and CA JAY BHATT TOO PASS LAST TIME BY REFERING THIS BOOK

Gaurav (Account Manager) (29 Points)
Replied 04 August 2014

it was easy material and good from exam point of view.

in exam each questions are asked hardly for 2-3 marks and in book their is enough content to cover this.

we have to prepare only for 45 marks in this because, paper style is as following :

25 marks - for practocal valuation

30 marks - for case study ( from P. Manual )

45 marks - for theory question ( from mangal)

Shailesh Arora (Student) (22 Points)
Replied 13 January 2018

this book is very helpful,very well described examples......i think this is the best book for gst .....every concept is clearly described..:)

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